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Answers are Numbers Quiz

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Famous Beverly Hills zip code
Leagues under the sea
# of Dalmatians
Time to make a wish
Police code for homicide
Pennsylvania Avenue address
Equal split
One gross
Hours in a week
Largest Boeing jet
Boiling point of water in Fahrenheit
Indianapolis race distance
Feet in a mile
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Year of the predicted Mayan apocalypse
Tonight I'm gonna party like it's
Book burning temperature (according to Bradbury)
Ways to die in the West
Model number of HAL
Degrees in a complete rotation
Cost of the bionic man (in dollars)
Countries in the world (according to JetPunk)
Highest possible bowling score
"Leet" in hacker speak
Telephone area code of fictional characters
Emergency phone # (US)
Emergency phone # (Europe)
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JFK
(0)
This needs to be updated. The new Boeing Dreamliner is the largest.
Apr 9, 2012
AliFrog
(30)
No, the Dreamliner carries fewer passengers than the old 747s (up to 330 vs 400-600+).
Sep 10, 2013
(66)
Can you also accept 999 for emergency phone number in Europe? UK, Ireland and I think Poland use that.
Jun 18, 2014
(65)
Yes, but none of the other countries do. All of Europe (or at least all of the EU) uses 112.
Jun 19, 2014
(55)
well if you say all of eu uses 112 then why do poland, uk, ireland use 999? last time i checked, they were part of the eu
Jun 24, 2014
RogerM
(62)
UK, Ireland and Poland are part of EU and Europe, so obviously ALL of Europe doesn't use 112 but use 999 instead.
Jun 24, 2014
hardster
(45)
The question is "Emergency phone # (Europe)". Im in Europe and my emergency phone number is 999. 112 also works but few people in England know that. Were always taught to dial 999
Jun 24, 2014
fizzure
(38)
Poland and Ireland don't use it at all. In the UK 112 is the number for non-emergencies.
Jun 25, 2014
(65)
112 is the EU-wide emergency number. It works everywhere in the EU, even in countries that have their own number(s) as well. We need a universal number because of the free movement of people, but it would be silly to get rid of the numbers that people in each country are used to, so there are two numbers in some countries, the one that they have always used, and the EU-wide number. For example, Poland uses 112 for all emergency services, but it also retains 999 for ambulance, 998 for fire brigade and 997 for police.
Sep 15, 2014
(65)
The non-emergency number in the UK is 101. 112 is the emergency number, alongside 999.
Sep 15, 2014
jriddycuz
(55)
I thought the UK emergency number was 0118 999 881 999 119 7253???
Jun 24, 2014
(44)
great song to it too
Jun 26, 2014
linus
(20)
No that's only the fire squad. You can send them an email too.
Jul 1, 2014
(66)
Just tried it and the quiz does not accept it. I would have given it five stars if it worked!
Jul 24, 2014
(44)
Ireland uses 112. As an Irish citizen I can confirm this.
Jun 26, 2014
(68)
555 isn't the area code, it's the prefix. The 555 area code is actually a real one that's reserved for directory assistance applications.
Jun 23, 2014
(57)
Or the exchange. And you ought to accept KL5 for that as well.
Jun 24, 2014
(62)
But the answers are numbers, so KL5 shouldn't work. :D
Jun 24, 2014
ivyhooligan
(33)
isn't KL5 old? when I heard that on seinfeld I had to look up what it meant.
Jun 24, 2014
(57)
KL5 and 555 are the same thing on an old phone.
Jun 25, 2014
cranbeckh
(51)
Was definitely expecting the Question "Jenny's phone number"
Jun 24, 2014
(62)
Noice! :D
Jun 24, 2014
(57)
My friend's passport number was only off by a single digit.
Jun 25, 2014
(57)
I suppose this is as good a place as any to promote my Movies With Numbers as Titles quiz. It goes to 11.
Jun 24, 2014
(60)
This would also be a good place for "Wilson Pickett's phone number" = 634-5789. Of course only us boomer geezers would remember that. (Not to be confused with "Beechwood 4-5789" by the Marvelettes.)
Jun 24, 2014
Erikthev
(53)
For the sake of completeness, and the fact you are allowing 'numbers' which have multiple parts (e.g. 50-50, 11:11) then the largest Boeing airliner is the 747-8.
Jun 24, 2014
(27)
999 in the UK. Last I checked, that was Europe.
Jun 25, 2014
(57)
I tried that. It's also the emergency number in Saudi.
Jun 28, 2014
domm
(33)
I thought "tonight I'm gonna party like it's" was "3012" from Beauty and a Beat by Justin Bieber hahhahaha
Aug 24, 2014
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