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Tutti Frutti (a Game of Answers by Letters in Categories)

To win this game of Tutti Frutti, you need to find exactly one example beginning with each given letter in each category. Have fun!
*Scientific prefixes/units (both base and derived) are based on this quiz.
Quiz by Etanna
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Last updated: April 19, 2018
First submittedApril 18, 2018
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country
capital city
US President
chemical element
Oscar Best actor/actress
scientific unit/prefix
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level 64
Apr 18, 2018
Excellent idea! Although it appears a few things aren't working properly. The 'O' for capital didn't appear when I typed in Ottawa, but did when I typed in Oman. Also it didn't accept Kelvin as an answer
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level 60
Apr 18, 2018
thank you, it's fixed now :)
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level 48
Apr 18, 2018
Please add oganesson (Og, 118th element) for O. Kilogram doesn't work for me either. By the way, I think you should use a spreadsheet to list all your possible answers, and then import in later. This way, you will less likely to miss any type-ins, especially with this type of quizzes that can confuse you.
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level 60
Apr 18, 2018
thank you, especially for the spreadsheet suggestion!
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level 60
Apr 19, 2018
I don't think kilogram itself is the scientific unit. I believe it's just gram. kilo meaning that there is a thousand grams, Example: Milligram, Centigram. Same goes for ounces and meters if you want to include those as scientific units.
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level 60
Apr 19, 2018
Sorry, not ounces, but I still think ounces are a scientific unit.
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level 60
Apr 24, 2018
linguistically, it would make sense for grams to be the base unit. However, kilogram has been defined as the SI base unit - you can read more about it HERE, HERE or on some other site, there's plenty. I'm not an expert on this but ounces are a British thing that isn't universally acknowledged as a base unit. I'm afraid I cannot accept every specific unit/name, because that would be impossible - there's too many. I'll have to stick to the SI base units, sorry. But thank you for your comment!
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level 65
Apr 18, 2018
Great quiz!!
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level 60
Apr 19, 2018
thank you! :)
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level 71
Apr 19, 2018
Great quiz! Ruthenium doesn't work. I hadn't realized Prefixes could be used until I saw the answers.
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level 60
Apr 19, 2018
thank you, I fixed the ruthenium problem and added the word "prefix" to category description :)
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level 38
May 2, 2018
Great quiz! - Missed most, except for the countries and capitals. Shuld have gotten the oscar winners, but was concentrating too much on the elements. Practice... practice...practice!
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level 60
May 2, 2018
thank you so much! :)