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# Numbers Part 1 Trivia Quiz

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A multiple-choice quiz by dg_dave. Estimated time: 4 mins.

Author
dg_dave
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
30,473
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
6 / 10
Plays
4585
Last 3 plays: ddanohimm (7/10), federererer (7/10), mulder52 (6/10).
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1. A standard deck of playing cards has how many cards? Hint

52
56
50
58

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2. How many wins set a new record in the 1995-96 NBA season? Hint

70
69
72
67

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3. How many months are in a US calendar year? Hint

13
12
11
10

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4. In 2007 the New England Patriots finished the NFL regular season by winning every game. The last undefeated regular season record before that was ____ wins and zero losses in 1972.

Answer: (A number between 10 and 20)

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5. How many sides are on a US stop sign? Hint

3
6
4
8

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6. What is the only interstate highway that splits more than once? Hint

I-45
I-25
I-35
I-15

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7. What is the highest number of one or two digit interstate highways completely within ONE state? Hint

5
1
0
3

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8. How many miles were sung about in a song in the 1960s by Peter, Paul, and Mary? Hint

500
600
550
450

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9. How many states are in the U.S.? Hint

52
48
50
51

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10. What is a perfect score for 10 pin bowling?

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. A standard deck of playing cards has how many cards?

Don't count the jokers!
2. How many wins set a new record in the 1995-96 NBA season?

The Chicago Bulls won 72 games in 1995-1996 en route to their first of their second threepeat.
3. How many months are in a US calendar year?

There are 12 months in a year.
4. In 2007 the New England Patriots finished the NFL regular season by winning every game. The last undefeated regular season record before that was ____ wins and zero losses in 1972.

The 1972 Miami Dolphins were the last undefeated team at 14-0. The Patriots went 16-0 in 2007.
5. How many sides are on a US stop sign?

A yield sign has three, most signs have four, but a stop sign has eight.
6. What is the only interstate highway that splits more than once?

Interstate 35 splits in Dallas and also in the Twin Cities.
7. What is the highest number of one or two digit interstate highways completely within ONE state?

Texas has five intrastate Interstates: I-2, I-14, I-27, I-37, and I-45. Arizona has two: I-17 and I-19, Georgia has one with I-16, and Florida has one with I-4.
8. How many miles were sung about in a song in the 1960s by Peter, Paul, and Mary?

Peter, Paul, and Mary sang a song named '500 Miles', and a song from the 'Benny and Joon' movie soundtrack is about 500 miles, performed by The Proclaimers, Craig and Charlie Reid. There is a new one by Vanessa Carlton about 1,000 miles also.
9. How many states are in the U.S.?

Puerto Rico is not a state, but Alaska and Hawaii are!
10. What is a perfect score for 10 pin bowling?

A perfect bowling score is 300. A whole episode of 'The Simpsons' was built around Homer getting a 300 score.
Source: Author dg_dave

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