A photo quiz
by trident.
Estimated time: 15 mins.

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts

Answer:
**HNL**

For this key, we must find the correct combination of three letters. The correct combination will be listed on one of the business cards.

The poem lists a series of ELEMENTS with various letter abbreviations: aluminium (Al), titanium (Ti), gold x2 (Au, Au), nickel (Ni), oxygen (O), and vanadium (V). If you put these letters in the correct order, you will spell "Luau Aviation". The first key is HNL.

For this key, we must find the correct combination of three letters. The correct combination will be listed on one of the business cards.

The poem lists a series of ELEMENTS with various letter abbreviations: aluminium (Al), titanium (Ti), gold x2 (Au, Au), nickel (Ni), oxygen (O), and vanadium (V). If you put these letters in the correct order, you will spell "Luau Aviation". The first key is HNL.

Answer:
**008 **

For this key, we must find the correct three-number combination. The correct number combination will be listed on one of the three endings.

Using the previous key "HNL", we can fill in the blank letters to discover that this piece of music was written by Handel. This clue is tough because we must figure out which of Handel's works this piece of music represents. However, I have chosen the very famous HALLELUJAH Chorus from his work "Messiah". The line shown is from the soprano section. It really helps to sing the song in your head or out loud to find the correct ending.

The correct ending of the soprano part is the first option, so the second key is 008.

For this key, we must find the correct three-number combination. The correct number combination will be listed on one of the three endings.

Using the previous key "HNL", we can fill in the blank letters to discover that this piece of music was written by Handel. This clue is tough because we must figure out which of Handel's works this piece of music represents. However, I have chosen the very famous HALLELUJAH Chorus from his work "Messiah". The line shown is from the soprano section. It really helps to sing the song in your head or out loud to find the correct ending.

The correct ending of the soprano part is the first option, so the second key is 008.

Answer:
**TEAL**

For this key, we need to find a color. The correct color was one of the six stated colors in the question text.

The previous key was the three-digit number "008". We now must match that number with one of the three-digit numbers pinned to the mannequins to make a HEX triplet, which is a six-digit hexadecimal number used on the web (especially HTML) to represent colors. When combining the previous key (008) with the three-digit numbers pinned to the mannequins' chests, only one number matches its correct hexdecimal number: teal. The hexadecimal number for teal is 008080.

Because the previous key and the new number correctly match, the third key is the four-letter word "teal".

For this key, we need to find a color. The correct color was one of the six stated colors in the question text.

The previous key was the three-digit number "008". We now must match that number with one of the three-digit numbers pinned to the mannequins to make a HEX triplet, which is a six-digit hexadecimal number used on the web (especially HTML) to represent colors. When combining the previous key (008) with the three-digit numbers pinned to the mannequins' chests, only one number matches its correct hexdecimal number: teal. The hexadecimal number for teal is 008080.

Because the previous key and the new number correctly match, the third key is the four-letter word "teal".

Answer:
**5532 **

For this key, we need to find four numbers as displayed on one of the four poker hands.

The previous key was "TEAL", and we must use that key here to find the correct hand. To find the correct hand, we must SPELL each SUIT. We then use the corresponding number on each playing card to find the correct letter. The correct hand is the one that SPELLS "teal".

Let's take a look at each of the hands:

The first hand is the four of clubs (cluBs), three of clubs (clUbs), the two of clubs (cLubs) and the two of hearts (hEarts). This spells BULE.

The second hand is the six of diamonds (N), the four of spades (D), the three of hearts (A), and the two of diamonds (I). This spells NDIA.

The third hand is the seven of diamonds (D), the seven of clubs (no possible answer), the two of hearts (E), and the two of spades (P). This spells D*EP.

The fourth hand is the five of hearts (T), the five of spades (E), the three of diamonds (A), and the two of clubs (L). This spells TEAL.

The fourth hand correctly matches with the previous clue, so this combination of numbers is the correct one. The fourth key is 5532.

For this key, we need to find four numbers as displayed on one of the four poker hands.

The previous key was "TEAL", and we must use that key here to find the correct hand. To find the correct hand, we must SPELL each SUIT. We then use the corresponding number on each playing card to find the correct letter. The correct hand is the one that SPELLS "teal".

Let's take a look at each of the hands:

The first hand is the four of clubs (cluBs), three of clubs (clUbs), the two of clubs (cLubs) and the two of hearts (hEarts). This spells BULE.

The second hand is the six of diamonds (N), the four of spades (D), the three of hearts (A), and the two of diamonds (I). This spells NDIA.

The third hand is the seven of diamonds (D), the seven of clubs (no possible answer), the two of hearts (E), and the two of spades (P). This spells D*EP.

The fourth hand is the five of hearts (T), the five of spades (E), the three of diamonds (A), and the two of clubs (L). This spells TEAL.

The fourth hand correctly matches with the previous clue, so this combination of numbers is the correct one. The fourth key is 5532.

Answer:
**BELL**

For this key, we need to use the number from the last room: 5532. But these numbers don't spell anything on the shelf. Instead, we need to put those numbers BACKWARDS in order to find the thing we should grab: 2355. If we use the letters on the telephone's keypad in coordination with the numbers, we can spell the word BELL. We should grab the bell from the shelf.

For this key, we need to use the number from the last room: 5532. But these numbers don't spell anything on the shelf. Instead, we need to put those numbers BACKWARDS in order to find the thing we should grab: 2355. If we use the letters on the telephone's keypad in coordination with the numbers, we can spell the word BELL. We should grab the bell from the shelf.

Answer:
**1889**

To find the correct year, we must use the item that we took from the previous room (BELL). In this clue, the FIRST letter of the word "bell" must move TO THE END OF THE LINE. Here we have ELLB.

If we take a look at the first letter of each line on the eye chart, it corresponds with a number at the end of the line. So, the numbers for ELLB are 1889.

To find the correct year, we must use the item that we took from the previous room (BELL). In this clue, the FIRST letter of the word "bell" must move TO THE END OF THE LINE. Here we have ELLB.

If we take a look at the first letter of each line on the eye chart, it corresponds with a number at the end of the line. So, the numbers for ELLB are 1889.

Answer:
**New York **

Since we have the YEAR 1889, all we need to do to solve this puzzle is figure out which year each painting was made. The only painting that matches the year 1889 is "The Starry Night". The correct door to go through is the one labeled "New York".

"Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper was painted in 1942.

"A Bar at the Folies-Bergère" by Édouard Manet was painted in 1882.

"Impression, Sunrise" by Claude Monet was painted in 1872.

"The Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli was painted in the 1480s.

Since we have the YEAR 1889, all we need to do to solve this puzzle is figure out which year each painting was made. The only painting that matches the year 1889 is "The Starry Night". The correct door to go through is the one labeled "New York".

"Nighthawks" by Edward Hopper was painted in 1942.

"A Bar at the Folies-Bergère" by Édouard Manet was painted in 1882.

"Impression, Sunrise" by Claude Monet was painted in 1872.

"The Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli was painted in the 1480s.

Answer:
**200**

Since we came through the door for the CITY of New York, it is pretty easy to figure out that we should use the latitude for the Statue of Liberty to solve the puzzle. The math equation suggests that we add AB + CD + EF. If we take the Statue of Liberty's latitude and add the numbers together in the proper order, the equation will look like this: 40 + 68 + 92. The answer adds up to 200.

Since we came through the door for the CITY of New York, it is pretty easy to figure out that we should use the latitude for the Statue of Liberty to solve the puzzle. The math equation suggests that we add AB + CD + EF. If we take the Statue of Liberty's latitude and add the numbers together in the proper order, the equation will look like this: 40 + 68 + 92. The answer adds up to 200.

Answer:
**MIX**

To solve this puzzle, we must start with our previous key, the number 200. Our first conversion is to take the number 200 and convert it to ROMAN NUMERALS. That gives us the Roman number "CC". As you can see, the company Chemours Co. has the stock ticker symbol of CC. We can see that the stock price of the Chemours Co. is 10.09. Removing the decimal, the number becomes 1009.

As 1009 is a number instead of a three-letter word, we must do one more conversion. This time from Arabic numerals to ROMAN NUMERALS. The number 1009 converts to MIX, or the word "mix".

To solve this puzzle, we must start with our previous key, the number 200. Our first conversion is to take the number 200 and convert it to ROMAN NUMERALS. That gives us the Roman number "CC". As you can see, the company Chemours Co. has the stock ticker symbol of CC. We can see that the stock price of the Chemours Co. is 10.09. Removing the decimal, the number becomes 1009.

As 1009 is a number instead of a three-letter word, we must do one more conversion. This time from Arabic numerals to ROMAN NUMERALS. The number 1009 converts to MIX, or the word "mix".

Answer:
**BETA**

The hint for this key is obvious, if you hadn't worked that out yourself already. We must use BINARY code to find the correct Greek letter. Our previous key was the word "mix", so we will convert that word to binary. The correct option is the number combination above the letter BETA.

ALPHA spells "FUN".

GAMMA spells "KEY".

DELTA spells "NKE".

EPSILON spells "MAD".

ZETA spells "WHY".

Congratulations on your escape! Well done!

The hint for this key is obvious, if you hadn't worked that out yourself already. We must use BINARY code to find the correct Greek letter. Our previous key was the word "mix", so we will convert that word to binary. The correct option is the number combination above the letter BETA.

ALPHA spells "FUN".

GAMMA spells "KEY".

DELTA spells "NKE".

EPSILON spells "MAD".

ZETA spells "WHY".

Congratulations on your escape! Well done!

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