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Five Biggest Economies by Continent

For each continent, guess the five countries that have the biggest economies.
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Africa
1.20 T
1.12 T
0.762 T
0.635 T
0.195 T
Asia
23.2 T
9.49 T
5.42 T
3.26 T
2.08 T
Europe
4.13 T
3.94 T
2.91 T
2.83 T
2.30 T
North America
19.4 T
2.41 T
1.75 T
0.255 T
0.174 T
Oceania
1.25 T
0.186 T
0.029 T
0.009 T
0.001 T
South America
3.22 T
0.912 T
0.720 T
0.456 T
0.430 T
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level 76
Feb 11, 2016
Almost didn't get the 4th in Asia, I thought it was going to be one of the middle eastern countries, like Saudi Arabia, Iran, or maybe Turkey.
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level 47
Feb 11, 2016
You should take my quiz, World Superpowers in 2050. It preps well for this. You'll see patterns.
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level 24
Aug 26, 2017
Same here, but Indonesia has a huge population
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level 58
Feb 11, 2016
Thanks :)
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level 57
Feb 19, 2016
Algeria surprised me.
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level 71
Feb 19, 2016
Aside from Europe and Asia, it doesn't take much to crack the top 5 of any of these lists.
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level 53
Feb 19, 2016
Other way around for me, Kalbahamut. It was easy to guess the main countries in Oceania and N. America, but the 4th and 5th nations were just me guessing countries in those continents. Whereas for Europe and Asia I got them all first time, as they're so dominant.
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level 71
Feb 19, 2016
I wasn't saying anything about how easy they are to guess... just that being top 5 on any of the other continents isn't very impressive. Algeria's economy is tiny compared to Italy's or South Korea's, to say nothing of Cuba or the Solomon Islands. And, actually, I think those countries are harder to guess for that very reason. So you got my comment backwards...

just as an aside, though, the top 5 in Europe and Asia aren't *that* dominant. Saudi Arabia trails South Korea by less than 200 million. Spain trails Italy by about 500 million.
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level 43
Feb 19, 2016
Oil and gas, I guess?
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level 56
Feb 23, 2016
Yes for both Algeria and Angola.
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level 19
Feb 19, 2016
I guessed Algeria and got it.
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level 59
Apr 18, 2017
Yes, that's how this website works.
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level 43
Feb 19, 2016
Only two points for 27 :-(
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level 57
Feb 19, 2016
22 correct--1 point. Seriously.
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level 19
Feb 19, 2016
I got 19/30. Some of them like Russia are really obvious.
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level 55
Feb 19, 2016
I am surprised to see Angola ahead of Kenya.
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level 59
Feb 19, 2016
Angola will fall back in 2015/16 with lower oil prices.
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level 22
Feb 19, 2016
Im going to admit: I aced the Countries of the world quiz so I just named the biggest countries....still worked though(untimed)
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level 39
Feb 19, 2016
Papua New Guinea is in Oceania, yet Indonesia is in Asia? Huh?
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level 43
Feb 19, 2016
Indonesia is in considered to be part of both Asia and Oceania; however, it is usually considered to be part of Asia because its capital Jakarta is located in Asia. This is similar to Russia being counted as Europe rather than Asia due to Moscow and Turkey being counted as Asia rather than Europe due to Ankara.
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level 43
Feb 19, 2016
In addition the vast majority of the populations and land areas of Indonesia and Turkey are located in Asia.
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level 68
Feb 19, 2016
It's more a cultural and economic association...PNG was administered by Australia until 1975. There is no universally accepted dividing line between these regions
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level 56
Nov 10, 2017
Politics, power and money tend to determine how these borders are drawn up, often with scant concern for the wishes of the indigenous peoples. There have been countless protests in Irian Jaya(West Papua) for independence, but they are always suppressed by the Indonesian military. A similar problem can be seen on Bougainville Island, which is culturally more akin to the Solomon Islands, but was made a part of Papua New Guinea so Australian mining companies could exploit it. Armed rebels took over an Australian mine there a few years back. East Timor is another example. They fought a war for independence largely ignored by Australia and the UN for 25 years. Easier to maintain the status quo, carve up the Timor Sea gas and oil reserves, and hope the problem goes away.
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level 72
Feb 19, 2016
I totally blanked on Dominican Republic. I knew it, and I could think of Hispaniola, Santo Domingo, and Haiti, but the correct name just wouldn't connect to my typing fingers. Grrrr!
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level 56
Feb 19, 2016
29/30. Ran out of time before I could type Nigeria.
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level 46
Feb 19, 2016
needed more time!!
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level 21
Feb 19, 2016
I'm surprised Germany was above Russia OG
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level 58
Sep 28, 2016
Well cars are more expensive than Vodka.
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level 20
Mar 23, 2016
How do 30℅ miss South Korea? :/
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level 34
May 18, 2017
I believe the UK actually has a larger economy than France by a majority of sources.
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level 55
Jun 9, 2017
Algeria was like the one north african country I didn't guess...argh
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level 78
Aug 25, 2017
I love that you've put together a "largest economy" quiz that includes both China and a country whose economy is 1/23,000th the size of China's.
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level 63
Aug 25, 2017
Egypt and Nigeria are mixed up.
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level 51
Aug 25, 2017
How Nigeria is above Egypt, when the GNP is lower?
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level ∞
Aug 26, 2017
Fixed the order
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level 66
Aug 27, 2017
It was a little short on time, even though I knew most of the answers and hardly did any guessing…
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level 46
Nov 10, 2017
I was about to guess Ethiopia but apparently, some part of my brain wanted me to believe Ethiopia was extremely poor when compared to other countries so I ignored it, completely forgetting its high population. Thanks, brain.
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level 53
Nov 10, 2017
0.01 left :D
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level 49
Nov 10, 2017
Would have thought that Venezuela wouldn't even be 5th in South America due to their turmoil.
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level 34
Nov 12, 2017
how do you make this kind of a quiz format?
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