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1. 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?
2. Take Kevin Spacey's 2008 MIT-inspired movie title. Divide that by the number of "Coins in the Fountain". What is the final quotient in this problem?
3. Start out with the Route Number you "get your kicks on". Subtract the number that is a triskaidekaphobian's worst nightmare. What is the final answer?
4. Take Joseph Heller's "Catch" number. Add to that number the number of times Lionel Richie's girlfriend is a "Lady". What is the sum here?
5. Let's start out with Nick Lachey's number of "Degrees". Subtract from that a perfect TOTAL score on "Dancing With the Stars". What is the final difference?
6. Time for a question on years: Take the year Johnny Carson retired from the "Tonight Show" and the Olympics were in Barcelona. Subtract from that the year that Richard Nixon resigned from the Presidency and the Ali/Foreman "Rumble in the Jungle" boxing match took place in Zaire. What do you get for a final difference?
7. Take Bruce Springsteen's number of "Avenue Freezeout". Subtract from that the title of Pearl Jam's first album. What is the final result, or difference?
8. Start out with Nevada's forbidden "Area". Add to that the number of face cards in a standard deck of cards, jokers not included. What is the final sum?
9. Start out with Nena's number of "Luftballons". Divide that by the number that Spinal Tap's amplifiers "go up to". What is the quotient you are left with?
10. Let's start out with the movie "Short Circuit" and its Robot "number" (Number ____ is alive!). Multiply that by the number of continents on Earth. What is the final product?
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