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Can you figure out the numerical answers by using either the given trivia facts or the mathematical equations? (See More Info)

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Trivia HintAnswerMath Hint
(A) Number of Ancient Wonders located outside of AfricaA = D - T
(B) Total number of years that a Bush was president of the USB = O + 3Y
(C) Number of provinces and territories of CanadaC = X / H
(D) René Descartes was born in the __th centuryD = (W - J) / 5
(E) Number of elevators in the Empire State BuildingE = AC + 8
(F) Number of countries that border France (including French Guiana)F = (Z - I) / 29
(G) Year the Gettysburg Address was deliveredG = I + L + A
(H) Total number of wives of all of England's King HenrysH = M - D
(I) Leonhard Euler's year of birthI = 4(S + T) + 3
(J) Lyndon B. Johnson was the __th President of the USJ = K - Y
(K) Number of points on the sun on Kyrgyzstan's flagK = YF
(L) Height of the Statue of Liberty, rounded to the nearest footL = AM - 4
(M) Number of states that are part of the Mississippi River drainage basinM = 2^A - 2^O
Trivia HintAnswerMath Hint
(N) Year that the three-division system of the NCAA was createdN = Q + X - 18
(O) Number of landlocked countries in OceaniaO = R - (P + 10)
(P) Number of people who signed the US Declaration of IndependenceP = 2(C + H)
(Q) Year the first quarter was minted in the USQ = K^2 + (H - 1)^2
(R) Number of a famous 'Route' from Chicago to Santa MonicaR = T(Y + 2)
(S) Phone area code for San FranciscoS = A(E + F)
(T) Number of time zones that Russia is part ofT = E - 2M
(U) Year the United Nations Headquarters building was completedU = V + E - 10
(V) Year that Vincent Van Gogh painted The Starry NightV = BL + 77
(W) Actual number of years that the Hundred Years War lastedW = N - G + 6
(X) Number of countries not containing X in their namesX = (U - 2) / F
(Y) Number of national capitals beginning with YY = (F / A)^2
(Z) Year that Zaire changed its name back to the DRCZ = RM - 49
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  • Start by answering the trivia questions. Some are easy, some may be a bit harder.
  • Then, once you've answered as many questions as you can, you may use the equations to solve the ones you didn't fill in yet.
  • Note: You don't necessarily need to use the math hint associated with a letter to solve that letter! For example, if you knew A and T, you could use the hint for A to solve for D.
  • Exponents are represented by '^' symbol, so K^2 is K2
Classic: Type in answers that appear in a list
Forced Order: Answers have to be entered in order
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