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Category Elimination - Countries #2

In each group, name any answer which matches the first category to reveal the second category, then name any answer which applies to both categories to reveal a third, and so on.
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Last updated: May 14, 2019
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Category
151
Countries that are not landlocked
74
... in Asia or Africa
39
... with at least 15 million people
9
... and a maximum elevation over 5000m
1
... with more than one word in its name
D.R. Congo
 
 
 
#
Category
104
Countries with a land area over 100,000 km²
91
... which are one word
37
... end with the letter A
2
... contain the letter V
1
... whose Capital City lies south of the equator
Bolivia
#
Category
83
Countries starting with a letter from E to O
50
... with fewer than 10 million people
11
... which is landlocked
4
... lies entirely east of Istanbul
1
... and borders Russia
Mongolia
 
 
 
#
Category
98
Countries whose Capital City lies between
the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn
41
... and has a land area over 200,000 km²
15
... and a maximum elevation over 4000m
3
... with at most 6 letters in its name
1
... and fewer than 40 million people
Peru
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level 54
Apr 9, 2019
Nice quizzing my friend, please to arrive more!
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level 54
Apr 9, 2019
Thank you! They do take a long time to make though!
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level 65
Apr 9, 2019
The clue, "Countries starting with E to O" is a bit confusing. What if it said something like Countries starting with E-O. I originally read it as Countries starting with E or O, and couldn't understand why there were 11 landlocked countries with and E or O
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level 54
Apr 9, 2019
Thank you for your input, now that I read it again it does feel weird. I have updated the wording for additional clarity.
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level 65
Apr 11, 2019
Even after the rephrasing I still read it the way wheikes did. But this is my problem for flying over the clue. The phrasing is good now.
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level 51
May 26, 2019
It's still ambiguous. I originally thought it was a country's name that starts with E and ends with O. Or can also be confused as a country started with E followed by O. Consider phrasing it as 'Country starting with the letter between D and P'. This is a brilliant quiz though! Keep 'em coming! :D
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level 76
May 17, 2019
I misread it that way, too.
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level 55
May 17, 2019
Me too, maybe say between e and o?
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level 54
May 18, 2019
Eswatini is landlocked!
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level 46
May 18, 2019
Lol yeah I made it until Mongolia by saying Eswatini and when I saw Mongolia I got very confused
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level 70
May 19, 2019
But it appears even just from a map glance that Eswatiti is not east of Istanbul.
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level 46
May 24, 2019
It surprisingly is actually east of instanbul
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level 63
Apr 9, 2019
yes please make more of these, they are among my favorite quizzes!
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level 51
Apr 9, 2019
The maximum heights threw me... (they are basicly the minimum for the maximum....)
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level 58
Apr 10, 2019
Great quizzes ! Love them. Please make more !
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level 57
Apr 11, 2019
Got stuffed up by D.R. Congo, which I mentally consider to be a name of one word. The rest is legal junk. Yes, I know there are two Congoes, Is Russia two words (Russian Federation)? For me, two word countries are like Sri Lanka or even Viet Nam. Or with a compass direction, like South Korea.
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level 54
Apr 11, 2019
All names are the standard common english short form ones used on JetPunk, as determined by the Countries of the World quiz. Without a standard, each person would have their own idea of what each country is called.
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level 77
May 17, 2019
Just as you don't call South Korea simply Korea, the fact that there are two Congoes implies to use more precise names... I reckon you would prefer to call DRC "East Congo" but it's really not known as such ;).
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level 55
May 17, 2019
and even if it were, it would still be made up of two words :)
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level 41
Apr 11, 2019
Only missed Bolivia
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level 24
Apr 19, 2019
Awesome quiz, i love these elimination ones!
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level 54
May 18, 2019
Since Earth is round, would "entirely west of Istanbul" also count as "entirely east of Istanbul"?
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level 70
May 19, 2019
This is a joke, right?
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level 51
May 24, 2019
he is right though. west isnt a set place, you can go west from any point on the planet (ok poles maybe not) or east for that matter..
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level 54
May 24, 2019
Although he may be *technically* correct, practically we define "west of X" to mean the portion of the Earth west of X and east of the antimeridian. Primarily this stems from the definition of the Western Hemisphere, whereby "west" is defined to be anything west of the prime meridian and east of the antimeridian.
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level 71
May 18, 2019
You do great quizzes!
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level 22
May 18, 2019
You should put Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Dominican Republic and more to the “Countries with more than one word” And also, the D.R.C is mostly made for the difference of the name. You don’t say something like “The Federal Republic of Germany” everyday, right?
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level 54
May 18, 2019
None of those you mentioned satisfy the previous categories within the same group, thus are not valid. And we use the names featured on the Countries of the World quiz as standard.
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level 63
May 19, 2019
Fun and challenging. I brain farted on Bolivia, but got the rest. More of these, please!
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level 51
May 24, 2019
I lost a lot of time over the heights... it read it as "a maximum elevation of .....m" instead of; "over ....m" shouldnt it be a maximum elevation of over .... m anyway? or has my mind stopped working now and giving me silly suggestions haha. You say the room/elephant has a height of over 2m right? and not has a height over 2m?

it just feels weird to me the way it is written (the country has a maximum elevation over 5000m.....), but it could be just me.

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level 54
May 24, 2019
I think either works, to me at least. Both "he has a weight over 100 kilos" and "he has a weight of over 100 kilos" sound fine to me. Perhaps it's one of those informal omissions that some of society has taken upon? Looking at the stats at least, there does not seem to be any issues in understanding for the majority, and I was primarily trying to keep the categories fairly short as to not go over two lines (like Pink #1).
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level 40
May 31, 2019
This is a very fun quiz to take I got all of them on one and missed the timer for all of them on two more and then on one i got stumped. Please make more , friend I love them.
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level 40
May 31, 2019
You are an innovative quizmaker and my favorite!<3 :)
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