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- The number of the highest FICO score a person can have
- The number of vowels in the names of all 50 states (Puerto Rico not included). For example, Alabama has four.
- The number of Superbowls won by the Atlanta Falcons
- The number of degrees in a right angle
- The number of times Woody Allen has been married

Answer: **1124** (1130 if you count “y” as a vowel)

- Entries:
**303** - Correct Answers:
**85**

- Total number of Academy Award Films that have won best picture AND have a numeric value in any word of their title. For example, "Million Dollar Baby" counts ... "Slumdog Millionaire" does NOT count. Millionaire is not a numeric value.
- Total number of touchdowns scored in the 1966 Rose Bowl between UCLA and Michigan State.
- The number of years a CHAPTER 7 bankruptcy will remain on your credit report.
- Total number of current countries in NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).
- The number of letters, in the day of the week the Declaration of Independence was signed. For example, if it was signed on a Sunday, the numeric answer would be 6 (Six letters in the word "Sunday")
- Total number of daily contestants on "Jeopardy" multiplied the total number of daily contestants on "Wheel of Fortune"

Answer: **63** Sixty three is the correct answer

- 6 (One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, Godfather Part Two, 12 Years a Slave, Million Dollar Baby, Around the World in 80 days, It Happened One Night) Grand is not a number, “thousand” would.
- 4
- 10
- 28
- 6 (Monday) [everyone thinks the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4th (Thursday = 8) ... but it wasn't. It was signed on August 2nd (Friday = 6)]
- 9

- Entries:
**506** - Correct Answers:
**67**

Answer: **"1; 301"**

- Entries:
**847** - Correct Answers:
**594**

- Total number of episodes of the comedy series "Friends"
- Total number of US presidents who have lived longer than 80 years.
- Total number of runs scored in the 1986 World Series.
- Total number of times Apple Stock has been split since its IPO
- Total number of countries that the equator passes through, which start with the letter "K"
- The year Compare Cards was started.

Answer: **2,317**

- Entries:
**846** - Correct Answers:
**212**

- Sum of interior angles in a stop sign.
- Number of protons in the element Sodium (Na).
- Total number of goals scored in the 1977 Stanley Cup Finals (Montreal v. Boston).
- The year Wells Fargo Bank was founded.
- The lowest possible FICO score you can have.
- Total number of current U.S. senators who are women.

Answer: **3,285**

- Entries:
**800** - Correct Answers:
**412**

- Number of points scored in the 1984 NBA Finals (Lakers, Celtics / 7 games).
- Number of spaces on a standard chess board.
- Number of square feet in an acre.
- Number of South American countries with a population greater than 5 million people.
- Number of letters in the universe's hottest planet (For example, if Jupiter is the hottest planet, the answer would be 7).
- The digit that all MasterCard credit card numbers must start with.

Answer: **45,271**

- Entries:
**678** - Correct Answers:
**266**

- The total number of dots on a pair of standard dice?
- Total number of 4th quarter touchdowns scored in the 1972 Superbowl between the Cowboys and Dolphins.
- Total number of seconds in a week. (Don't get smart and try to out think the question, just simple multiplication assuming a week is EXACTLY 7 days longs)
- The last day Americans can file their federal tax return, without penalty, in 2016, represented numerically. (for example, if the last day to file taxes is 5/19, the numeric value would be 519).
- The difference in years between the release of the movies Godfather 3 and Godfather 2, divided by the difference in years between the release of movies Godfather 2 and Godfather (1).
- Total number of state capitals that also rank as their state’s #1 most populous city, based on the 2010 census data.

Answer: **605,283**

- Entries:
**615** - Correct Answers:
**85**

- Of the 10 largest countries in the world (by surface area), how many of their names start with a vowel?
- Of the 50 highest grossing box-office movies ever created (US Sales ONLY), how many were made before 1980?
- What is the next number in the following sequence ... 100, 90, 91, 81, 82, 72, __.
- Total number of pitches thrown by both teams in game 7 of the 2014 World Series (San Francisco v. Kansas City).
- 2015’s top federal tax bracket tax percentage, without the decimal (so if the top tax percentage is 55.7%, the answer would simply be 557).
- 5% of 50% of 50% of 80% of 50% of 1,000,000.

Answer: **5,723**

- Entries:
**499** - Correct Answers:
**182**

- Total number of inches in a mile.
- The year the Gettysburg Address was written.
- Total number of vowels in this line.
- Number of World Series won by the Toronto Blue Jays, divided by the number of World Series won by the New York Mets.
- Tax Form number that reports self-employment earnings.
- Total number of gas elements on the periodic table of elements.

Answer: **66,345**

- Entries:
**929** - Correct Answers:
**141**

- How many stocks make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average?
- How many times did the Chicago Cubs lose the World Series?
- Sum of interior angles in a stop sign (a traditional stop sign)?
- What is the boiling point of ethanol (rounded to the nearest degree, in Fahrenheit)?
- Total number of episodes in the TV series, "All in the Family"?
- Number of U.S. states with at least 100 counties?

Answer: **1,504**

- Entries:
**2257** - Correct Answers:
**108**

- Ounces in a metric ton, rounded up to the nearest ounce.
- Total number of episodes Saul Goodman is credited for in the series "Breaking Bad."
- Number of outs ever recorded in a 9-inning baseball game that the away team won.
- Total number of modern day constellations recognized by the International Astronomical Union (IAU).
- Number of spaces on an original "Connect Four" gaming board.
- Number of Union states that allowed slavery in 1861.

Answer: **35,505**

- Entries:
**940** - Correct Answers:
**204**

- Total number of Santa’s Flying Reindeer names that include the letter "D."
- Roman Numeral MCMLXXIX
- In the movie "A Christmas Story", how many years did Ralphie say it has been since his mother made a hot meal for herself? (You might need to watch the movie!)
- Total number of Canadian municipalities (or cities) with a population of over 1 Million people that are located in the province of Alberta?
- Total number of tries in the 2015 Rugby World Cup final?
- How much will $1,000 deposited into a savings account earning a compounded annual interest of 6% be worth after five years? (No cents, rounded down)

Answer: **3,343**

- Entries:
**612** - Correct Answers:
**44**

- Total number of complete Symphonies written by Ludwig Van Beethoven?
- Total cost of admission, for adults, to visit the Museum of Natural History AND Air and Space Museum in Washington DC?
- Total number of cups in four gallons of Pepsi?
- Assume A=1, B=2, C=3 etc; what is the total sum of the word JANUARY?
- What is the total number of times Robert DeNiro has been nominated, but LOST an Academy Award?
- Total number of incomplete passes thrown by all QB's in Superbowl 40 (Seattle vs. Pittsburgh)?

Answer: **203**

- Entries:
**892** - Correct Answers:
**44**

- Total Number of Goals scored in the 2007 Stanley Cup Finals (5 games; Anaheim and Ottawa).
- (Original members only) Number of members in NSync plus the number of members in Backstreet Boys plus the number of members in 98 Degrees minus the number of members of the Spice Girls.
- Number of US States that have
**less than 10**Electoral votes for the 2016 Presidential election? (District of Columbia counts) - What is the PH level of pure water?
- Every Prime Number under 100 added together.
- Poor John Cusack: The year he tries to save the world from Armegeddon minus the hotel room number that Sam Jackson warned him not to stay in.

Answer: **1,737**

- Entries:
**665** - Correct Answers:
**100**

- What is the fewest number of points needed to win the Wimbledon Men's Tennis Final without retirement from the other player?
- Number of states in the 2012 Presidential election that had at least 10 Electoral Votes.
- Total age (at the time of their Oscar win) of the four best actor/actress categories in the 2016 Oscar Awards. (Best Actor/Actress, Best Supporting Actor/Actress)
- Number of vertebrae in the neck of a giraffe.
- Total number of years Calypso keeps Odysseus on her island plus the total number of books in the Odyseey.
- The last year someone from outside the Labor and Liberal parties held the office of Prime Minister in Australia.

Answer: **2,249**

- Entries:
**398** - Correct Answers:
**100**

- In "No Country for Old Men", what is the year stamped on the quarter that the general store owner correctly guesses lands on heads?
- If a Major League Pitcher has allowed 44 earned runs in 198 innings pitched, what is his ERA? (Round up to the nearest full integer)
- Total number of semimetals whose periodic table digits add up to a total of at least 8. (So if an element has a periodic number of 12, the total of its digits is only 3.)
- In what year did King Henry VI ban kissing to prevent the spread of disease?
- How many US States are listed on the back of a $5 bill?
- The total number of starting pieces (for a single player) on a chess board multiplied by the total number of dots on a standard pair of dice plus the number of rows of stars on the American flag?

Answer: **4,107**

- Entries:
**1,101** - Correct Answers:
**301**

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