# Just For Fun / 1-100: Trivia

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## Can you name the 1-100: Trivia?

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Only number whose cube has 3 unique digits occuring twice (6 digits in total)
Occasionally a Jewish man this age will celebrate a second Bar Mitzvah
'_Puzzle', a game where the objective is to move tiles in correct order
Number of regular-season NFL games per team
Shot clock length in seconds in the NCAAB
Factorization: 3^2*5
Atomic number of Copper
Number of pounds in a stone
Degrees of a right angle
Number of human chromosomes
Number of regular season games in the NHL and NBA per team
6*9=
Significant number in Norse and Egyptian mythology; in Norse it was said to represent bravery, and egyptian pharaohs were often buried with this many statues of cat guardians
Only number with its letters in alphabetical order
Twice the third power of three
Approxamite number of weeks in a year
Games Joe DiMaggio's hit streak lasted
Roman numeral LXXXIX
'Let's split it __-__'
Number day of the year of April 3rd
Number of questions on this quiz
Number of years between signing of the Decliaration of Independence and the Battle of Gettysburg
Atomic number of silver
Number of basic states of matter
Only number that is the sum and the product of 3 consecutive numbers
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This number would be '111' in a base 5 system and '11111' in a base 2 system
2012 was the __th anniversary of the whopper
Company name: '__ Lumber'
Cardinal manager Tony LaRussa's number
Cats have __ lives
Number of flight that crashed into pentagon on 9-11-2001
Baker's dozen
In French, it is said 'Soixante-dix'
NBA courts are __ feet by 50 feet
__ Angry Men
Total number of gifts given in 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'
Considered lucky in Chinese culture
To be classified a hurricane/typhoon, a storm needs to sustain winds of __ MPH or higher
Freezing point of water in Fahrenhiet
__ Hills of rome
When the numbers' digits are added together, the sum it produces squared is the original number
Number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet
TV series on Fox
Common speed limit on US highways
Number of chromosomes in a sperm or unfertilzed egg cell
The number of pieces on a Rubik's Cube
Total pitches of Don Larsen's perfect game in the world series
Line of latitude that divides Canada and the USA roughly (__° N)
Year the Olympics were held in Barcelona: 19__
Sum of first four square numbers
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According to Wikipedia, number of plays Shakespeare wrote in total
Babylonians used a base __ system
One symbol of the KKK
Maximum number of games one team could play in the NHL or NBA playoffs
Number of kings at Jesus's birth
Popular girl's magazine
Only number retired leauge wide in the NHL
USS John F. Kennedy, CV-__
Number that has nothing interesting about it, type '53'
Number of Heinz Varieties
Normal body temperature: __.6° F
Last book of the Federalist papers: federalist No. __
Number of times Muslims pray to Allah per day
Movie '__ Miles To Go'
Total degrees of latitude in the temperate zones
It is divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32, 48, and itself.
Total number of books in the Catholic version of the bible
Number of squares on a chess board
Number of faces on an Icosahedron
Jersey number of baseball's Hank Aaron
Cents in a quarter (USD)
Only even prime number
Only impossible football score
Number of elements with at least one completely stable isotope
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Number of chromosomes in a mule
70-2*6+4*3-2
Steely Dan song 'Hey __'
Es Setenta y uno en espańol
Smallest integer that is equal to the sum of 6 squares (not including squares of decimals)
6:00 PM, military time
Baseball movie entitled __*
First odd-numbered perfect cube besides 1
Highest number from 1-100 with a line of symmetry
Current Century
Number of edges on a truncated cube and truncated octohedron(Archimedean solids)
Related to Ying-yang
5th smallest prime number
Area__, a supposed alien sighting and secret government base
This number is odd, ends in 9, is lower than 89, higher than 29, prime, and does not have a 5 in it.
Important in time because it represents the last minute on a clock before the hour changes
Year the Collesieum was built (Gregorian calendar, A.D.)
9th number in the Fibonacci sequence
Divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, and itself
Sum of first three powers of 3
Number of car named 'The King' in Pixar's 'Cars'
Roman numeral XLI
Number of counties in California

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