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# One to a Hundred Clues Quiz Stats

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Clue # % Correct
James Bond is 'Double 0 __'7
87.5%
'Half-past twelve' on a clock: '12:___'30
86.9%
It takes this many to tango2
86.7%
Olympic rings5
86.6%
Days in February, 201229
86.5%
Four weeks = ____ days28
86.5%
Number of hours in three days72
86.4%
A right angle equals ___ degrees90
86.2%
House-building little pigs 3
85.8%
1901 occurred in the ___th century20
85.7%
A person born on January 3, 2000 would be ___ on January 1, 205453
85.6%
Sides of a hexagon6
85.4%
Holes on most golf courses18
85.1%
Rapper '___ Cent' or a U.S. coin denomination50
85.1%
Written numerically, U.S. Presidents fly on Air Force ___1
84.4%
'Blackjack'21
83.8%
Everyone voted 'aye' or 'nay'. If 8% voted 'aye', then ___% voted 'nay'.92
83.6%
The Square of 981
82.9%
Red cards in a deck26
82.8%
Joseph Heller's Novel 'Catch ___'22
82.7%
Jules Verne’s novel “Around the World in ___ Days”80
82.4%
On a calculator, it's (10*8)+282
81.2%
Billiard ball colored mostly black8
81.1%
Gold Rush or S.F. '____ers'49
80.7%
The Kalashnikov assault rifle 'AK-___' introduced just after WWII 47
78.9%
Kiefer Sutherland's TV show '___' covered an hour in each episode24
78.8%
The first two repeating digits for '1/3' as a decimal are ___33
78.4%
'Big Brother' was watching you in Orwell's Novel '19___'84
77.9%
Inches in a yard36
77.6%
'How come there is no elevator button numbered ___?'13
76.7%
'Normal' human body temperature: '___.6 Degrees F98
76.4%
“O!” “I knew that was the ___th letter of the English alphabet!”15
76.3%
Ordinary freezing point of H2O in Fahrenheit32
75.9%
Minimum age for U.S. President35
75.6%
Clue # % Correct
Practical joke card game '___ Pick Up'52
74.7%
First Apollo on the Moon11
74.2%
Pennies in a quarter; the London Orbital Motorway M___25
73.9%
Horsemen of the Apocalypse4
73.8%
Days in a fortnight14
73.4%
Roman Numeral LXXIX79
73.3%
Spots on a pair of dice42
72%
Xmas movie 'Miracle on ___th Street'34
71.9%
George H.W. Bush was U.S. President # ___41
71.7%
Digits on most Visa bank cards16
70.7%
Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court9
70.7%
Original Woodstock Festival 19___69
70.4%
U.S. max. speed limit on highways 1974 to 1986 was ___mph55
70.2%
'Phillips ___' gas was tested on Route ___ by a car going ___ mph!66
69.4%
Heinz: '___ Varieties'57
68.9%
Lincoln's 'Four score and seven years...' amounts to this87
68.9%
Area ___ Nevada Airforce test facility51
68.4%
'Lower' or 'Contiguous' U.S. States48
67.6%
If you have one U.S. coin of each denomination under a dollar, you have ___ cents.91
67.2%
To type '___', press the number keys above and left of 'U' and 'Q' (on a 'QWERTYUIOP' keyboard)71
65.1%
Baseball batters faced by a nine-inning perfect-game pitcher27
62.9%
'Non-stoppage-time' minutes per half of adult soccer matches45
62.3%
Total number of squares on a chessboard (which can be landed on when unoccupied)64
61.8%
King Arthur's Round Table knights12
59.9%
The 47th odd number93
58.9%
58.9%
Syllables in a haiku17
58.1%
The UK Prime Minister's office is at ___ Downing Street10
57.5%
April 7, 2013 was the ___th day of the year97
57.1%
This three-digit Number is the sum of the first nine prime numbers100
57%
Sugar Ray's album title '14:___' implied that their '15 minutes of fame' had not ended59
56.5%
'Diamond' wedding anniversary, US (15 higher than in the UK)75
56.2%
Number of thieves encountered by Ali Baba in the 'Arabian Nights' tale40
53.7%
53.4%
Clue # % Correct
Microsoft's 'Windows ___' was released after Windows 3.1; and preceded Windows 9895
53.4%
It's the third number whose 2nd digit is exactly half of its 1st Digit63
52.5%
Washington was inaugurated U.S. President on April 30, 17___89
51.9%
70's discotheque 'Studio ___'54
50.6%
The Beatles had 'Help!' and received MBEs from the Queen in 19___65
50.2%
In 'The Music Man', ___ trombones led the big parade76
50%
Keys on a piano88
49.6%
On March 24, 19___, Elvis became a U.S. Army Private58
47.7%
Highest single-throw dart score60
45.8%
19___: Sally Ride -- first American woman in space83
45.2%
The 'Tet Offensive', and the invasion of Czechoslovakia: 19___68
42.9%
Someone 'taken out' by a 'Hit Man', (or removed from a bar), has been '___ed'86
42.7%
Normal human cells contain ___ chromosomes46
42.5%
Smith & Wesson '.___Special' revolver38
42%
Maxwell's wife, on 'Get Smart,' was Agent '___'99
42%
20 kilograms is just over ____ pounds44
40.6%
In 19___ Lillehammer, Norway hosted the Winter Olympics94
40%
Maris home-run record; Dylan album 'Highway ____ Revisited'61
39%
An old teenager might still enjoy Kellogg's cereal, 'Product ___'19
38%
Chicago's song 'Questions ___ & 68'67
36.9%
Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak; Atomic number of Barium56
34.6%
David's 'Shepherd Psalm'23
34%
In 1926, standard “wax” phonograph records revolved at ___RPM78
32.5%
Jesus told Peter to forgive a brother not seven times, but 'until ___ times seven'70
31.9%
The song '___ Tears' was a #1 hit. (Its original title, '69 Tears,' was considered too risqué)96
31.6%
John Wayne won an Oscar at age ____ (in his 13th year of AARP eligibility)62
31.3%
Jack Benny's never-changing 'age' on stage39
30.2%
Popular NY top-40, then talk-radio station '___WABC'; or '___ Sunset Strip' TV show77
30.1%
At the age of ___, NASCAR driver Richard Petty won his final championship, in car #____43
26.8%
Number of slots on most European roulette wheels (which have no '00')37
25.6%
Cat. 1 hurricanes have sustained winds 'from ___ to 95 mph'74
22.5%
In binary, ___ is the palindrome '1001001'73
21.2%

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