I will give you a question on multiple categories where a number will be the answer.

**Easier**, 10 Qns, blake_aus_nsw, Jan 10 24

Various words and phrases associated with the number 7 have been mixed up with others relating to other numbers. Can you sort them out? **Average**, 10 Qns, LadyNym,
Oct 02 23

Each of the photos represents something associated with each of the numbers listed as questions. Sometimes the match will be straightforward, while some other matches may require more of an effort. Don't forget to click on the photos! **Average**, 10 Qns, LadyNym,
May 08 23

You don't have to be 18 or older to take this quiz but all the answers will be number 18 or higher. **Easier**, 10 Qns, Joepetz,
Apr 25 17

Ten numbers selected randomly are eagerly waiting to be revealed. The task is made a lot easier with the added help of photographic evidence. **Easier**, 10 Qns, gme24,
Feb 20 17

This quiz is about all kinds of different sizes (commodity = something of use, advantage, or value). An example of what I might ask is... Q: 'What commodity does the size 6.50 x 14 suggest?' Answer... Automobile tires. **Average**, 10 Qns, Mickey910,
Jul 01 23

Agent Prime enters the Amazing Race looking for his numbers. See if you can find them. **Average**, 10 Qns, pollucci19,
Aug 09 23

For each of ten random two-digit numbers, you get three written clues and a somewhat cryptic picture clue. Select the number that fits those clues from the four options. **Average**, 10 Qns, EnglishJedi,
Jun 27 18

Mathematically, an odd number is a whole number that isn't evenly divisible by two. This quiz proves that odd numbers have much, much more to offer. Do you like your odds? **Easier**, 10 Qns, CellarDoor,
Nov 11 12

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These questions from a variety of categories all have a connection with a one or two digit number and have a picture to give you a clue. **Average**, 10 Qns, bernie73,
Mar 02 17

Identify the number by the clues. Clues can be descriptive, from pop culture, etc. but they all relate to a common number in some way. A sequel to "Counting Up To Forty", this is numbers 41-60. **Easier**, 20 Qns, Sprink1234,
Feb 12 24

This quiz is all about numbers, but is not a mathematics quiz. It will include questions from many different categories. So, draw on your brain cells to come up with the correct answers. **Easier**, 10 Qns, dcpddc478,
Jun 19 23

See if you can find the number that is the answer to each of these questions. **Average**, 15 Qns, darksplash,
Jun 07 22

Can you put these numbers in the correct order? Wait, that's too easy! Let's have you solve a trivia question first before ordering the values. **Average**, 10 Qns, GBfan,
Jan 23 22

Numbers have always been a part of human history. This quiz will cover some meaningful numbers across various areas of history. Have fun, and good luck! **Easier**, 10 Qns, jddrsi_raven,
Mar 30 20

Match the "eight" numbers to the trivia. **Average**, 10 Qns, 480154st,
Oct 01 18

The first nine questions are all numerical in theme. If, by the tenth question, you have discovered a pattern, you should be able to figure out what number comes next in the sequence. Good luck, I'm counting on you. **Average**, 10 Qns, salami_swami,
Apr 14 22

All you have to do is choose the correct number. No math skills will be required! **Average**, 10 Qns, nyirene330,
Dec 05 23

See if you know numbers of different things that should be general knowledge. **Average**, 10 Qns, conniel,
Mar 04 22

The Fibonacci sequence starts with 0 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 8 - 13 - 21 - 34 - 55 - 89 - 144 - 233 - 377.
Here are fifteen questions about the fifteen aforesaid numbers. Have fun. **Average**, 15 Qns, JanIQ,
Dec 29 13

Starting with a number you identify from clues, add 11 to find a new number that relates to only one of the given answers. Good luck! **Average**, 10 Qns, austinnene,
Apr 05 24

Numbers are everywhere. Just imagine where they are used. See if you can crunch all these numbers! **Average**, 20 Qns, AISS,
Jun 23 22

If you took a number of something, added it to a number of something else, then subtracted the number of another thing, you'd end up with the number of what? Confusing? It's not as hard as it sounds. Or is it? **Tough**, 10 Qns, Wizzid,
Apr 01 22

Welcome to the "Expert Knowledge Show" show. We will answer any question you possibly have on any subject no matter how trivial--provided it starts with "How many men does it take." Let's get started. **Tough**, 10 Qns, deputygary,
Feb 15 11

Match the two items that have a number in common. **Average**, 10 Qns, nyirene330,
Apr 11 17

This is a quiz on different topics, and all the answers are numbers. **Average**, 10 Qns, Kabdanis,
Aug 14 10

Add the numbers associated with each item to get the correct total. **Average**, 10 Qns, nyirene330,
Aug 04 18

In honor of my 500th quiz, here is a quiz about some of my favorite things. Each answer is a number and all ten numbers, when added together, will equal 500. **Average**, 10 Qns, Joepetz,
Jul 05 19

Here is Part 2 of my number quizzes. Have fun! **Average**, 10 Qns, dg_dave,
Dec 23 21

For every question, I'll offer four facts about a number, and your job is to pick out the false statement. **Tough**, 10 Qns, George95,
Feb 13 24

Just a few interesting facts associated with the numbers from 1 to 20. You have to pick the answer that does NOT correspond to the given number. **Difficult**, 20 Qns, Leviathan,
Jan 12 24

This is my first number quiz. Have fun! **Average**, 10 Qns, dg_dave,
Jun 27 18

Over the years numbers have been a driving force in choosing the names of various works. This quiz will test your memory on some examples that you may remember. **Average**, 10 Qns, klinews,
Dec 09 12

Mixed questions. All of the answers are numbers. **Tough**, 10 Qns, bridget3,
Nov 06 21

Numbers are everywhere, not only in math class. Numbers can be found in nature as well as in our culture. Here are some numbers to challenge your counting skills, trivia knowledge and imagination. **Average**, 10 Qns, akg1486,
Oct 14 20

Match the four-digit number with the most appropriate person. **Average**, 10 Qns, bernie73,
Feb 26 17

Combine basic arithmetic and (hopefully) common knowledge and you get "Arithmetricky". An example: the number of US states (50) minus the numerical husband of Anne Boleyn (Henry the 8th) = 42. A pen and paper may come in handy; calculators permitted. **Average**, 10 Qns, barabaskid,
Aug 24 23

Something to test your pop culture knowledge AND your math skills. Figure out the equation using the pop culture references, then type the appropriate answer. ALL answers are WHOLE NUMBERS. Get a pen and paper, it will help. **Very Difficult**, 10 Qns, spaudrey,
Mar 27 11

Each question can be answered with a number from 1 to 20. Each number will be used once. Good luck! **Very Difficult**, 20 Qns, randejan,
Nov 25 22

Let's try another one. Enjoy. **Tough**, 10 Qns, steiny1,
Aug 18 23

All these answers are numbers. Good luck. **Difficult**, 10 Qns, steiny1,
Jan 30 21

Hope you know your numbers. **Tough**, 10 Qns, Ken1260,
Apr 08 13

My original Pop Culture Math quiz turned out to be harder to play than I thought. This time there will only be two numerical enigmas per question to decipher. Hope you enjoy this one a little more than the first. All answers are whole numbers. **Tough**, 10 Qns, Spaudrey,
Oct 21 23

The third of my pop culture math quizzes, this quiz takes numbers involved in pop culture and history and incorporates them into math problems. All answers will be whole numbers, please type in the number. Good luck. **Tough**, 10 Qns, Spaudrey,
Aug 28 11

Here's a quiz that will contain a number in either the question or the answer. Have fun and good luck! **Difficult**, 10 Qns, betben,
Jan 29 22

This quiz involves expressions of varying complexity, with numbers being replaced by statements which make the numbers.
Enjoy! **Difficult**, 10 Qns, dircashede,
Jun 09 21

All the questions start by asking How Many? So, the answers will all be a number. All you have to do is work out which number is the correct one. **Difficult**, 10 Qns, Little_Heaven,
Jun 16 16

You are sent to retrieve an extremely classified document from a password protected vault. Clues have been left to help you figure out the password. Can you figure out the password and complete your mission? Have fun! **Tough**, 10 Qns, triviaking162,
Feb 23 23

Topics range from music to sports to history. All answers are numbers. Good luck! **Tough**, 15 Qns, doublenothin00,
Mar 11 24

This is a potpourri quiz that centers around a number, either in the question or answer. Enjoy! **Tough**, 10 Qns, Bodyguard,
Apr 17 23

This is a quiz on random things that deal with numbers. You have to fill in the number that fits the answer. **Difficult**, 10 Qns, scasd,
Oct 17 18

This quiz takes well known 'facts' and performs mathematical calculations to get to an answer. Answers should be given in a numerical format. **Difficult**, 5 Qns, crispyspiders,
Jan 22 14

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1. What is the sum of the Korean parallel + Bruce Willis' monkeys?

Answer:

The 38th parallel represents a circle of latitude 38 degrees north of the Earth's equatorial plane, separating North and South Korea. "12 Monkeys" is a 1995 science fiction movie directed by Terry Gilliam, and starring Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt in a post-apocalyptic future which faces a deadly plague that could destroy the human race. 38 + 12 = 50.

2. Which number connects the diamond anniversary, a Nicholas Cage movie about car thieves and the highest dart score possible using only one dart?

Answer:

The 60th anniversary of something is traditionally called the diamond anniversary or the diamond jubilee. Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her diamond anniversary on the throne in 2012. "Gone in 60 Seconds" is a 2000 action film starring Nicholas Cage, Giovanni Ribisi and Angelina Jolie as car thieves who must steal 50 cars for a British gangster played by Christopher Eccleston. In darts, it is possible to score a 60 points with only one dart. This is called a treble-twenty. The sixty point spot is located in the triple ring right above the bullseye.

3. On the TV show "The Waltons", how many living children did Ma and Pa have?

Answer:

In case you are too young or you've forgotten "The Waltons" (1971-1981), John Walton Sr. (Ralph Waite) and Olivia Walton (Michael Learned) lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia during the Depression years. They had 7 children (that we know of): John-Boy, the oldest from whose point of view the story is told, Jason, Mary Ellen, Jim-Bob, Erin, Ben and Elizabeth.

4. A bit of mental arithmetic to get us started: Pick any number, add two and then multiply the sum with two. Deduct the number you picked and add three. What do you have left?

Answer:

Somehow, calculating sums and the like seems to be more difficult when we see words instead of numbers or an algebraic notation. The calculation we did was 2(x + 2) - x + 3 = 2x + 4 - x + 3 = x + 7, where x is the number you picked.

5. History. During the Second World War, Americans had quite a lot of trouble with the Japanese fighter plane nicknamed "Zero". Which company produced the feared "Zero" fighter plane?

Answer:

The Mitsubishi A6M was designed for operating from airplane carrier ships, and combined a long range with an excellent maneuverability. The "Zero" was equipped with two cannons (20mm) and two light machine guns. It could carry two light bombs (60 kg each), and later would carry one single fixed bomb for kamikaze attacks. As Mitsubishi tried to reduce the most weight possible, the "Zero" had no armour at all. Honda, Suzuki and Toyota are other Japanese car manufacturers. None of these produced any aircraft during World War II.

6. What is false about the number 52?

Answer:

DiMaggio's hitting streak lasted 56 games with the New York Yankees in 1941. A standard deck of cards (13 cards per suit x four suits) contains 52 cards. The B-52's are a New Wave band, and were formed in 1976 in Georgia. A piano contains both 52 white keys, and 36 black keys. Other "52s" include the famous B-52 bomber with eight jet engines. The bomber was first created to carry an atomic bomb as far as the Soviet Union after World War II. In New York City, 52nd Street was the jazz hub in the 1930's and 1940's. "52nd Street" was also Billy Joel's album that won the 1979 Album of the Year Grammy.

7. Weeks in a year; white keys on a modern standard piano; "Stratofortress" bomber; Billy Joel's "Street" album title. What number is related to these clues?

Answer:

There are 52 weeks per year on a Gregorian calendar. A modern standard piano has 52 white keys plus 36 black keys totaling 88. The B-52 Stratofortress long-range bomber was developed by Boeing for use in the U.S. Air Force. Billy Joel released the album "52nd Street" in 1978.

8. According to Agatha Christie, there were how many "Little Indians"?

Answer:

Christie's story is a murder mystery where the characters are lured to an island by an unknown host and subsequently murdered, one by one. It has been republished as "And Then There Were None".

9. "Oceans", "Alive", "Black", and "Once" were all popular Pearl Jam songs from the early 1990s. They all appeared on the same album; which one is it?

Answer:

"Ten" was released in 1991, and was Pearl Jam's debut album. The album had many singles, including "Even Flow", "Jeremy", and "Alive". The album reached number two on the "Billboard Hot 200" list (US) in 1992.

10. '19' is the debut album of British singer Adele and was released in 2008, but can you remember why she named it '19'?

Answer:

Adele named the album '19' after her age at the time of production, as she did similarly with '21', released in early 2011. Some of the more well-known songs on the recording include 'Chasing Pavements', 'Make You Feel My Love' and 'Hometown Glory'. A highly successful album, it has sold millions of copies for Adele and has also topped the UK album charts. Other than a cover of 'Make You Feel My Love' from Bob Dylan, Adele had writing impetus within all of her album songs in '19'. Question submitted by malik24

11. What is the Constitutional length of a United States senator's term (in years) multiplied by the number of canonical gospels in the Christian New Testament?

Answer:

In the upper house of the bicameral legislature of the United States, each state elects (at different times) two senators to serve for, as outlined in Article I, Section 3, Clause 2 of the Constitution of the United States, a period of six years. Though other "Gospels" (including those of Thomas, Peter and Judas) have existed since antiquity, by the 5th century CE the collective agreement of regional Synods (a council of a particular church formed to decide matters of dogma), namely the Council of Rome (382), the Synod of Hippo (393), and the two Synods of Carthage (397 and 419) prompted the Catholic Church to officially chose Matthew, Mark, Luke and John to appear in the New Testament. Ergo six multiplied by four equals twenty-four.

12. Take the number of "Brides" for the same number of "Brothers" (only use the number once). Multiply that by the number of countries that border the United States. The answer is:

Answer:

The 1954 movie musical "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers", which featured Howard Keel and Jane Powell gives us the first number, 7. And only Mexico and Canada border the United States, so our final equation is 2 * 7 = 14.

13. Doughnuts, cookies, apple slices: so many lovely things to buy in a baker's shop. How many would you get if you asked for "a baker's dozen"?

Answer:

The traditional explanation is that before accurate scales, bakers produced 13 of a product, such as loaves, so that they would not be underweight on selling a dozen, 12. In England in the 13th Century, bakers faced severe, and often violent punishment, for selling underweight products.

14. Take Ben Folds' Group number. Multiply that by the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy's "Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything". What is the final product?

Answer:

Ben Folds formed his group "Ben Folds Five" in the 1990's. And 42 is "The Answer to the Ultimate Question..." in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. This gives us (5 x 42 = 210).

15. Take Kim Basinger's "Weeks" and add them to Charlie Sheen's "Men". Now divide that total by the number of "Blind Mice". What is your grand total?

Answer:

(Kim Basinger's "Weeks" [9.5] + Charlie Sheen's "Men" [2.5]) / # of "Blind Mice" [3]= 4. Kim starred in a movie with Mickey Rourke titled "9 1/2 Weeks". Charlie Sheen has received Emmy nominations for his role on "Two and a Half Men". The last reference is the Nursery Rhyme "Three Blind Mice".

16. What is "The number of sides of a hexagon" plus "The number of sides of a pentagon"?

Answer:

A hexagon has six sides. A pentagon has five sides. 6 + 5 = 11

17. How many times did Red Rum win The Grand National?

Answer:

He won it in 1973, 1974 and 1977. Remarkably, he also came second in 1975 and 1976 as well. He is buried at the finishing line of the Aintree race course.

18. In the card game hearts, how many points is the Queen of Spades worth?

Answer:

All hearts are worth 1 point. However, if you collect all hearts as well as the Queen of Spades, you 'shoot the moon' and your score is 0.

19. How many castaways were there on Gilligan's Island?

Answer:

This lovable comedy now runs in syndication on TVLand starring Bob Denver as "Gilligan."

20. History: In what year did the Cuban missile crisis take place? 19_____

Answer:

Soviets installing missiles in Cuba, nuclear threat, and a crisis solved with a portion of negotiations and a portion of luck.

21. Who sang "96 Tears?"

Answer:

When it was first recorded only 750 copies were made on their manager's Pa-Go-Go label.

22. Multiply the number of colours in the rainbow by the number of seconds in a hour.

Answer:

7 (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet) x 3600 (seconds in a hour) = 25200.

23. How many talking animals are in the Bible (not including people)?

Answer:

The serpent in Genesis and Balaam's ass in Numbers.

24. What is the speed of sound in a vacuum in feet per second?

Answer:

Sound does not travel in a vacuum. Therefore the speed of sound in a vacuum is zero.

25. What number Downing Street is the official residence of the Chancellor of the Exchequer?

Answer:

Officially, the Chancellor lives at number 11.

27. There is a movie titled "______ Candles" (1984). What is the missing number?

Answer:

"Sixteen Candles" is about a teenage girl named Samantha, who is celebrating her sixteenth birthday, that everyone forgets because the house is full of carnage. After all, it is her sister's wedding the next day. When she gets home from school, her grandparents are there, and they also have forgotten her birthday. After dinner, Samantha goes to a school dance where she sees Jake, a senior she has a crush on, but can not bring herself to talk to him. Later, she is seen sitting alone when Farmer Ted approaches her. They both sit and talk for a little while, and it comes up that Farmer Ted was just talking to Jake, and Jake asked about Samantha, so Samantha goes to see Jake but still can not bring herself to talk to him. Later that night, Samantha's father comes downstairs to say he's sorry they forgot her birthday. After her sister's wedding, Jake was across the road from the church waiting for her, so instead of going to her sister's wedding reception, she went with Jake. At the end of the movie, you see Samantha and Jake sitting by the window at Jake's house with a birthday cake. Jake asks Samantha to make a wish, and she says, "It has already come true". Samantha is played by Molly Ringwald, Jake is played by Michael Schoeffling, and Farmer Ted/The Geek is played by Anthony Michael Hall.

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