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Mind Benders Trivia Quiz


See if you can solve the puzzle by finishing the sentences! Example: 7 D in a W Answer: Days in a Week. Don't include the numbers. Have fun and stretch your imagination!
This is a renovated/adopted version of an old quiz by author o2bamaiden

A photo quiz by Buddy1. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
Buddy1
Time
5 mins
Type
Photo Quiz
Quiz #
14,031
Updated
Mar 24 23
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
537
Last 3 plays: Reveler (8/10), Guest 75 (9/10), SanjBand (8/10).
Author's Note: In addition to not including the numbers, you also have the option of not including any words that are already given in the question, so in the above example, either "days in a week" or "days week" would work.
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1. 4 C of the H

Answer: (Two or Four Words)
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2. 13 O A C

Answer: (Three Words)
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3. 200 D for P G in M

Answer: (Four or Six Words)
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4. 3 H on a C

Answer: (Two or Four Words)
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5. 206 B in the H B

Answer: (Three or Five Words)
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6. 5 F on a H

Answer: (Two or Four Words)
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7. 11 P on a S T

Answer: (Three or Five Words)
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8. 39 B of the O T

Answer: (Three or Five Words)
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9. 4 Q in a D

Answer: (Two or Four Words)
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10. 3 S of a T

Answer: (Two or Four Words)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. 4 C of the H

Answer: chambers of the heart

C of the H = chambers of the heart

The human heart has four chambers: two upper chambers (left atrium and right atrium) and two lower chambers (left ventricle and right ventricle). The left ventricle is responsible for pumping blood to the heart which is why it is the strongest of the four chambers. The right ventricle pumps blood to the lungs, the left atrium receives blood that gets pumped into the left ventricle, and the right atrium receives blood that gets pumped into the right ventricle.
2. 13 O A C

Answer: original American colonies

13 O A C = original American colonies

During the American War for Independence, there were 13 colonies. These colonies were established from the early 1600s (like Virginia) to 1730s (like Georgia). When they won the war, they would eventually ratify the United States Constitution becoming 13 states. The 13 colonies look different than what they look like on a 50-state map, because state boundaries have changed. For example, Massachusetts included what would eventually become Maine, and Virginia also contained what would become West Virginia and even parts of Kentucky.
The 13 colonies are Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, and Rhode Island.
3. 200 D for P G in M

Answer: dollars for passing Go in Monopoly

D for P G in M = dollars for passing Go in Monopoly

In the game of Monopoly, it does not matter whether you pass Go or land on Go, a player still collects $200. Sometimes, players may change the rule to say that if you land on Go, then you collect $400, but the official rules don't make a distinction. In many international versions, the amount stays the same, so in the United Kingdom version, the amount of money a player receives is 200 pounds, even though 200 pounds doesn't equal $200.
4. 3 H on a C

Answer: hands on a clock

H on a C = hands on a clock

The three hands are an hour hand, minute hand, and second hand. Some clocks do not have a second hand, so there would only be two hands on a clock. The type of clocks that have hands are called analog clocks. The shortest hand is the hour hand, the long thick hand is the minute hand, and the long thin hand is the second hand. The time on the clock in the picture is 8:08 and 12 seconds. Because analog clocks do not distinguish between AM and PM, it is impossible to tell whether the time is in the morning or afternoon just by looking at the clock.
5. 206 B in the H B

Answer: bones in the human body

B in the H B = bones in the human body

Although people are usually born with more than 206 bones, they usually end up with 206 bones due to the fusing of some bones. The reason bones fuse is because people are born with a softer substance called cartilage. As a person grows, the cartilage hardens and becomes a bone. At 27 bones, the hand is the part of the body with the most bones, with most of these bones being called phalanges.
6. 5 F on a H

Answer: fingers on a hand

F on a H = fingers on a hand

This is, of course, assuming that a person has not had an accident or condition that caused there to be more than or less than five fingers and that the thumb is included as a finger. A person who has polydactyly has more than five fingers on a hand. The hand in the picture is a left hand and the names of the fingers, from right to left, are pinky, ring, middle, index, and thumb.
7. 11 P on a S T

Answer: players on a soccer team

P on a S T = players on a soccer team

There are two teams in a soccer match: each with eleven players, for a total of 22 players during a game. These positions include goalkeeper, strikers, and midfielders, although the positions and number of players in each position can change. Goalkeepers prevent the opposing team from scoring a goal and are the only people who can use their hands (but only if they are within a certain distance of their team's goal). A striker's primary job is to kick the soccer ball into the goal. A midfielder is the player most likely to kick the ball down the field.
8. 39 B of the O T

Answer: books of the Old Testament

B of the O T = books of the Old Testament

More specifically, it is the Protestant Bible that has 39 chapters in the Old Testament. In the Catholic Bible, there are 46 books with the additional books including Tobit, Judith, 1 Maccabees, and 2 Maccabees.

The books of the Old Testament are divided into four sections: Pentateuch, History, Poetry, and Prophecy, with some even going further and dividing Prophecy into Major Prophets and Minor Prophets.
9. 4 Q in a D

Answer: quarters in a dollar

Q in a D = quarters in a dollar

One quarter equals $0.25, so one dollar equals $1.00, so since .25 times four equals 1, then that means there are four quarters in a dollar. Similar phrases would be 10 D in a D (10 dimes in a dollar), 20 N in a D (20 nickels in a dollar), and 100 P in a D (100 pennies in a dollar).

George Washington can be found on the front of the one dollar bill and the Great Seal of the United States can be found on its back.
10. 3 S of a T

Answer: sides of a triangle

S of a T = sides of a triangle

The word tri means three, so it makes sense that a triangle would have three sides. No matter what kind of triangle it is, the interior angles always add up to 180 degrees. Types of triangles based on length of sides are equilateral (all three sides the same length), isosceles (two sides the same length), and scalene (no sides the same length). Types of triangles based on angles are obtuse (one angle greater than 90 degrees), right (one angle equal to 90 degrees), and acute (one angle less than 90 degrees). The triangle in the picture is a obtuse scalene triangle.
Source: Author Buddy1

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