I'm off for Christmas. Here's wishing you all a happy holidays and a happy new year! And I hope to see you in a week or so. If you're in the holiday spirit, why not try answering some Christmas Trivia questions.

Like yesterday, can you figure out the phrases below?

12 = D of C (12 Days of Christmas)

1001= A. N.

88= P. K.

18= H. on the G. C.

90= D. in a R. A.

200= D. for P. G. in M.

8= S. on a S. S.

3= B. M. (S. H. T. R.)

4= Q. in a G.

1= W. on a U.

5= D. in a Z. C.

57= H. V.

5. 1001= A. N. 1001 Arabian Nights

ReplyDelete88= P. K. 88 piano keys

18= H. on the G. C. 18

90= D. in a R. A. 90 degrees in a right angle

200= D. for P. G. in M. 200

8= S. on a S. S. 8 sides on a stop sign

3= B. M. (S. H. T. R.) 3

4= Q. in a G. 4 quarters in a game

1= W. on a U. 1 wheel on a unicycle

5= D. in a Z. C. 5

57= H. V. 57 Heinz Varieties

1001 Arabian Nights

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18 holes on the golf course

90 degrees in a right angle

200 dollars for passing go in Monopoly

8 sides on a stop sign

3 blind mice (see how they run)

4 quarters in a game

1 wheel on a unicycle

5 digits in a zip code

57 Heinz Varieties

4 Quarts in a gallon

ReplyDeleteDoes anyone know what 3=S.Y.O.A.T.O.B.G. STAND FOR?

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3 = Strikes You're Out At The Old Ball Game

ReplyDeleteDoes any one know these

ReplyDelete24=B F in a P G P

10=W in a I of C

2= T, D and D

41= S of W A M

Hello anonymous. I posted your question here:

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Let's see if anyone can come up with the answers.

Does anyone know these 180= S of S.A.

ReplyDelete2= D of a Q

1= T in a M

2= T in a B

0= S of a H.L.

0.8= F.F. as a D

0= N of S of P.L.

4 = A.V. of N.F.

Hello anonymous, I've asked the group to help you out: http://statspuzzles.blogspot.com/2010/01/anonymous-letter-equations.html

ReplyDeleteWhat does 20= D on the L B stand for?

ReplyDeleteI have this paper from school with 25 letter equations, care for a couple of them?

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