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Quiz about One and Two Digit Numbers with Pictures
Quiz about One and Two Digit Numbers with Pictures

One and Two Digit Numbers with Pictures Quiz


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.

A photo quiz by bernie73. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
bernie73
Time
4 mins
Type
Photo Quiz
Quiz #
386,043
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
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629
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Question 1 of 10
1. Which group's cover of the Harry Nilsson song "One" went to Number Five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1969? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Which sport generally does not have 11 members of a team in play at the same time? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. In the Bible, the first five books are often grouped collectively as the Pentateuch. While Genesis is the first book, which of the other books is the fifth book? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. "The Magic of Xanth" is a long-running fantasy book series by Piers Anthony. When "Cube Route" was published in 2003, Anthony described it as the conclusion of the first "magical trilogy". What number was the book in the series? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. On the television show "Blossom", the titular character was played by Mayim Bialik. After which number was the character of her best friend, played by Jenna von Oy, named? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. In many children's stories, groups are identified by their number. Which group in a children's story is not matched with the proper number? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. In our solar system, which planet is the seventh one from the sun? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. A particularly large number is a "great gross". How many ordinary gross are in a great gross? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. Which 1956 film was directed by Cecil B. De Mille and starred Charlton Heston? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. As published by Parker Brothers in 1935, Monopoly's two cheapest properties were Baltic Avenue and Mediterranean Avenue. For how much could you buy these properties? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Which group's cover of the Harry Nilsson song "One" went to Number Five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1969?

Answer: Three Dog Night

The song has the opening line "One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do". Three Dog Night included the song on their self-titled debut album. Since songwriter Harry Nilsson's original recording in 1967, the song has been covered by many other artists.

I hope that the three crescent moons helped you to think about evening or night.
2. Which sport generally does not have 11 members of a team in play at the same time?

Answer: Basketball

In a basketball game, each team usually has five players on the court at one given time. Basketball was invented in 1891 by Canadian James Naismith. Actual peach baskets were used as the goals in the first game played.

I hope my drawing was not so crude that you couldn't tell it was supposed to be a basketball net.
3. In the Bible, the first five books are often grouped collectively as the Pentateuch. While Genesis is the first book, which of the other books is the fifth book?

Answer: Deuteronomy

The name Deuteronomy in Greek means "second law". Much of the book reinforces teachings from other parts of the Pentateuch. Like the other four books, Deuteronomy is traditionally described as authored by Moses.

This drawing is a bit more complex. I hoped that the scales would be seen as justice or "law". The red arrow is pointing to the second set of scales or "second law".
4. "The Magic of Xanth" is a long-running fantasy book series by Piers Anthony. When "Cube Route" was published in 2003, Anthony described it as the conclusion of the first "magical trilogy". What number was the book in the series?

Answer: Twenty-seventh

The series began with "A Spell for Chameleon" in 1977. Puns, such as the title "Cube Route" for the mathematical term cube root, play an important part in the series. "Cube Route" was the twenty-seventh book in the series (or 3 X 3 X 3).

I hope you saw the drawing was supposed to be a three-dimensional cube that was three sections long, three sections wide, and three sections high.
5. On the television show "Blossom", the titular character was played by Mayim Bialik. After which number was the character of her best friend, played by Jenna von Oy, named?

Answer: Six

The character's full name was Six Dorothy Lemeure. There are multiple in-show explanations of her first name with the most polite being that she was the sixth child in her family. "Blossom" (1990-1995) ran for five seasons and 114 episodes. Blossom was known for its "very special episodes"--episodes that dealt with a controversial social issue.

In this picture I included ten rectangles. I hope that you noticed that six of them were the same color--green.
6. In many children's stories, groups are identified by their number. Which group in a children's story is not matched with the proper number?

Answer: The Three Musicians of Bremen

The FOUR Musicians of Bremen tells the story of a donkey, dog, cat, and rooster who are all past their prime and expecting to be cast out by their human owners. The animals meet and decide to travel to the city of Bremen to become musicians. Although the animals never reach Bremen in the story, they do become friends who support each other and work together.
7. In our solar system, which planet is the seventh one from the sun?

Answer: Uranus

Uranus was first observed by William Herschel in 1781. It has an extreme tilt to its axis (about 98 degrees, compared to the about 23 degrees tilt to Earth's axis). Averaging over 19 times farther from the Sun than the Earth, Uranus takes about 84 earth years to complete one revolution around the Sun. Reaching your first birthday on Uranus would be quite an accomplishment. Also interestingly, Uranus's moons are named after Shakespearean characters rather than mythological figures.

In the picture, I tried to indicate Uranus's extreme axial tilt.
8. A particularly large number is a "great gross". How many ordinary gross are in a great gross?

Answer: Twelve

Twelve units make up one dozen. Twelve dozen make up one gross. Twelve gross make up one great gross. 12 X 12 X 12 = 1,728 in a great gross and 144 in a regular gross. Although I haven't found any references to a great gross in literature, in "The Fellowship of the Ring", Bilbo describes that the guests to his 111th birthday party are 144 in number, or one gross.

In the picture I had boxes labeled donuts and eggs, two items that are often (if not always) sold in dozens or twelves.
9. Which 1956 film was directed by Cecil B. De Mille and starred Charlton Heston?

Answer: The Ten Commandments

In the movie, Heston portrays Moses opposite Yul Brynner's Pharaoh. The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards in 1957, winning the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. The film is long by modern standards, running at nearly four hours. It is often shown in the United States during the Easter/Passover season.

In the picture I included a stick figure with a beard representing an old man, holding a stone tablet with an X (Roman numeral for ten).
10. As published by Parker Brothers in 1935, Monopoly's two cheapest properties were Baltic Avenue and Mediterranean Avenue. For how much could you buy these properties?

Answer: Sixty Dollars

The rent for Baltic Avenue in the 1935 game was only four dollars if the property was owned by a player without Mediterranean Avenue. Mediterranean Avenue was even cheaper at two dollars. The next cheapest properties, Oriental and Vermont Avenues, were one hundred dollars each.

I hoped the image of a clock might get you to think about sixty minutes or sixty seconds, either of which could leave you to sixty dollars.
Source: Author bernie73

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