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Letter Equations Quiz #2

Guess what the letters stand for in these "letter equations".
  • Example. Question = 365 D in a Y. Answer = Days in a Year
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Dec 02, 2014
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Equation
Answer
3 F in a Y
60 S in a M
360 D in a C
100 C in a D
867-5309 J
100 Y in a C
25 C in a Q
7 W of the W
9 J on the S C
12/7/1941: A D W W L in I
13 S on the A F
3 S to the W
Equation
Answer
40 D of L
40 A and a M
12 D of J
31 B R F
2001: A S O
99 B of B on the W
21 J S
1066: The B of H
9 L of a C
26.2 M in a M
3 S, Y O!
21 G S
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(44)
I don't think it's very fair to not accept "Days Lent" for 40 D of L, especially considering the same pattern was usable for all the other answers.
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Aug 8, 2012
That will work now.
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Aug 8, 2012
(51)
To be fair, Jesus had 12 Apostles, not 12 disciples. "Disciples" is the general term for the people who followed Jesus' teachings, of which there were very many. The 12 Apostles were the men (John, Peter, Matthew, etc.) that lived with Jesus and aided in his ministry. His entourage, if you will. There were thousands of disciples, but only 12 Apostles.
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Aug 8, 2012
(21)
Actually the 12 disciples of Jesus didn't become apostles until AFTER Jesus's resurrection when he commissioned them to go out into the world and preach. When they were following Jesus during his ministry they were indeed called the disciples of jesus (no one called them apostles during that time) so as this is the case then the quiz creator is still correct in saying "12 disciples of Jesus"
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Apr 19, 2014
(65)
No, Jesus designated the twelve as apostles earlier in his ministry (see Mark 3:13-19). However, in addition to those twelve, both Matthias and Paul are referred to as apostles later in the New Testament.
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Jan 14, 2015
(75)
I don't agree with using 12/7/1941 without the slashes (or hyphens). 1271941 is not a meaningful number without the punctuation, especially for Europeans that write dates as DD/MM/YYYY.
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Aug 8, 2012
(52)
agree
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May 22, 2014
Okay, I added slashes.
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Dec 2, 2014
(47)
Why not write it as 7 Dec 1941 to be completely clear. Most of the world uses Day/Month/Year.
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Feb 27, 2015
(69)
It's a direct quote from Roosevelt's speech to Congress: "Yesterday, December 7th, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy..."
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Mar 1, 2015
(58)
15 minutes is WAY too much time for this quiz. If you don't know the answers after 5 you aren't going to get them unless you're cheating.
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Aug 8, 2012
(65)
I don't think this true, I got all but one and could have used more time. By the way I never cheat :P
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Aug 8, 2012
(12)
I disagree. We had to do equations like this in school, and it took days to figure some out.
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Aug 8, 2012
(21)
i didnt know the bottles of beer one because in england its green bottles :L
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Aug 8, 2012
(14)
same! Beers.... really?!
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Jul 22, 2014
(69)
What does the color have to do with it??
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Feb 27, 2015
(7)
They're different songs. "99 bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles of beer, take one down, pass it around... etc." vs. "10 green bottles hanging on the wall, 10 green bottles hanging on the wall, and if one green bottle should accidentally fall..."
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Apr 6, 2015
(67)
But I think the former is more American whilst the latter is more English.
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Sep 21, 2015
(66)
Still can't believe I didn't see 6 D of K B
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Aug 8, 2012
(65)
Good one!
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Jun 24, 2015
(53)
Jenny who?
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Aug 9, 2012
(45)
You know Jenny, the one you call for a good time! It's part of a song.
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Aug 13, 2012
(44)
It's a reference to an 80's song - Tommy Tutone wrote it. The girl's phone number is 867-5309.
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Nov 17, 2012
(48)
Tried degrees in a compass. Didn't work
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Oct 2, 2013
(73)
Proud enough to figure out the 1941 thing was a date. Never mind the letters. A day world war landed in Italy? :)
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May 8, 2014
(19)
I read the Battle of Hastings as the Battle of Hashtags. Someone please shoot me.
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May 15, 2014
(63)
Actually, I kind of love you for that.
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Sep 25, 2016
(68)
Only scored 12, but still loved this one. Once I would get something in my head that was incorrect I couldn't seem to think of anything else that might work for that clue.
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Jun 13, 2014
(65)
I have the same problem, so I have discovered that, if I go ahead and start typing the wrong answer, I will often come up with the right answer. At the very least, it usually kicks the wrong answer out of my head.
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Feb 27, 2015
(71)
I kept trying "centiliters in a deciliter" for cents in a dollar until I realized there are only 10 centiliters in a deciliter.
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Jul 9, 2014
(4)
the answer is 5
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Feb 26, 2016
(46)
Ugh, you guys should seriously stop using the imperial system.
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Aug 18, 2016
(46)
Too American orientated
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Sep 29, 2016
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