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Random U.S. Presidents by Picture

In this quiz the answers change every time you play! Can you name the U.S. Presidents shown in each of these pictures?
Answer must correspond to the yellow highlighted box!
Quiz by Stewart
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Last updated: January 20, 2021
First submittedAugust 5, 2019
Times taken29,752
Average score66.7%
Rating4.29
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Level 59
Aug 5, 2019
Randomized picture quizzes! This changes everything! Edit: there isn't a option to do this in the menu, how did you do it?
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Level 68
Aug 5, 2019
Not technically native though. I did a lot of CSS and HTML work to get this to work with normal text randomised quizzes.

Glad you like it though!

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Level 51
Jun 6, 2020
What are the odds, I got 2 Adamses in a row!
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Level 84
Jun 17, 2020
1 in 43? Actually better than that since they could appear in either order.
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Level 52
Jun 17, 2020
Assuming Grover Cleveland is only in there once, the odds of either Adams coming up is 1/44 - since there have been 44 individuals as president. Having the next Adams come up back-to-back would be 1/43 (the remaining pool of candidates after the first Adams is removed). So the odds of them coming up in a row (not just both being in the nine, but actually being in a row) are 1/44 x 1/43, or 1/1,892...quite a feat.
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Level 84
Jun 17, 2020
I mean if you have one of them show up, then the odds of the next picture being another one would be 1 in 44. Of course those odds change if you consider it could be before or after the first picture, and also if you consider one might not be on the quiz at all. Anyway, not that unlikely.
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Level 52
Jun 22, 2020
Sorry, I should have been more descriptive. I was just ansering Neil's question of "What are the odds of getting two Adams's in a row?". The answer to that specific question is 1 in 1,892. Kal, you are correct about the odds being 1 in 44 for a single event.
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Level 87
Jun 12, 2020
Hey there! I made a quiz based on this about historical figures over here. I gave you credit in the caveats. Hope you don't mind, but if you do I'll be glad to take it down.
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Level 68
Jun 12, 2020
No worries Jack, looks like a good quiz I probably wouldn't've made myself anyway! :)
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Level 67
Jun 17, 2020
I love the randomized picture quiz. It's a nice change up.
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Level 76
Jun 17, 2020
The 19th century presidents are the hardest to remember for me!
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Level 77
Jun 17, 2020
I love the idea of the quiz but for some reason the boxes kept going in random order and it took too much time to click on the side and scroll back up only to have the next one jump across or to the bottom. The arrow and tab keys weren't helping. I must have gremlins in my computer.
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Level 66
Jun 18, 2020
Great quiz, funny how a Brit made this before an American tho Stewart XD
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Level 62
Jun 21, 2020
0:09 !
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Level 38
Jul 12, 2020
Did it in 22 seconds
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Level 38
Jul 12, 2020
18 seconds
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Level 50
Dec 30, 2020
Wow I had to do that a bunch of times until I could get 100% lol
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Level 34
Jun 8, 2021
What are the odds of getting the same president 5 times (or more) in a row, I got Ford 5 times in a row!
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Level 68
May 19, 2022
Okay so there's 45 people, and we choose 9 each time.

If you don't care which one you get multiple times, then we can choose any of the first 9 selected.

Firstly, the chance that any one of those 9 appears again when refreshing is 89.38%.

That means the chance you get any president 5 times in a row is this^4, which is 63.8%.

So, actually because we have a small sample set (45) the number we select each time results in a lot of repeats!

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Level 17
May 19, 2022
I kind of liked it. Only problem: can't you add more presidents? No offense:)
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Level 68
May 19, 2022
If I added more, people would complain about getting too many repeats :)
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Level 56
Aug 25, 2022
it’s time for “spot the Obama”