Number Puzzle Jumblers (Chapter 4, page 1 of 3)


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Chapter 4

ANSWER KEY

LEVEL I TOO SIMPLE, OR IS THAT TWO OR TO? 1. two
2. add
3. to
4. cite
5. site
6. phile
7. claws
8. Claus
9. too
10. mine
11. mind
12. ax
13. acts
14. ad
15. file CAR- "TWO" NY 1. Garfield
2. Odie
3. Bart
4. Homer
5. Maggie
6. Bobby
7. Hank
8. Flea
9. Dragonball Z
10. Goku
11. The Simpsons
12. Mucha Lucha
13. King of the Hill
14. Garfield and Friends
15. Krillin SATURDAY NIGHT "FIVE" 1. John Belushi
2. Chevy Chase
3. Eddie Murphy
4. Steve Martin
5. Cheri Oteri
6. Chris Farley
7. Tracy Morgan
8. Dennis Miller
9. Chris Kattan
10. Joe Piscopo
11. Chris Rock
12. Damon Wayans
13. Tim Meadows
14. Colin Quinn
15. David Spade CALENDAR BY TWELVE 1. Month
2. Second
3. Minute
4. Hour
5. Year
6. Bimonthly
7. Weekly
8. Ramadan
9. Yom Kippur
10. Century
11. Decade
12. Tuesday
13. Thor
14. Monday
15. Saturday NUMBER TIME 1. Third
2. First
3. Second
4. Fifth
5. Sixth
6. Primary
7. Tertiary
8. Secondary
9. Initial
10. Incessant
11. Even
12. Odd
13. Negative
14. Positive
15. Mendoza "BI" MONTHLY NAMES 1. February
2. June
3. Tishri
4. Muharram
5. December
6. Shebat
7. Shawwan
8. July
9. May
10. Safar
11. Heshvan
12. Kislev
13. Rajab
14. Sha'ban
15. Iyar "CAPITAL" -ISM 1. Boise
2. Moscow
3. Montgomery
4. Olympia
5. Paris
6. Edinburgh
7. Ottawa
8. London
9. Berlin
10. Bern
11. Tokyo
12. Sacramento
13. Dublin
14. Belfast
15. Cairo SIX" TINE CHAPEL 1. Christianity
2. Judaism
3. Islam
4. Voodoo
5. Norse
6. Egyptian
7. Wicca
8. Anglican
9. Catholicism
10. Quakers
11. Buddhism
12. Shintoism
13. Taoism
14. Hindu
15. Greek "PRIME" PARTS 1. Femur
2. Ulna
3. Radius
4. Carpal
5. Tarsal
6. Cranium
7. Hallux
8. Pollux
9. Humerus
10. Tibia
11. Fibula
12. Coccyx
13. Rib
14. Metatarsal
15. Metacarpal ODD "CAPITAL" -ISM 1. Albany
2. Raleigh
3. Salem
4. Beijing
5. Lagos
6. Algiers
7. Jakarta
8. Phoenix
9. Augusta
10. Austin
11. Prague
12. Tbilisi
13. Oslo
14. Copenhagen
15. Amsterdam NAME GAME 1. Redd Foxx
2. John Adams
3. Betsy Ross
4. Oliver Stone
5. Rosa Parks
6. Jacques Cousteau
7. Marilyn vos Savant
8. Santa Claus
9. Albert Einstein
10. Ronald Reagan
11. Andrew Jackson
12. Eleanor Roosevelt
13. Bill Gates
14. Jesse Owens
15. Barry Bonds GIVE ME "FIVE" EASY WORDS 1. eat
2. ate
3. tea
4. ton
5. not
6. rat
7. art
8. tab
9. bat
10. tar
11. pan
12. nap
13. ear
14. era
15. are

"BI" THE NUMBERS 1. quarter
2. hundred
3. thousand
4. tenth
5. nano
6. pico
7. femto
8. cent
9. nil
10. meter
11. inch
12. gram
13. foot
14. baker's dozen
15. great gross DO YOU HAVE CHARACTER? 1. Bobby Ewing
2. Bugs Bunny
3. Vito Corleone
4. Jean Valjean
5. Oliver Twist
6. Mary Poppins
7. Wonder Woman
8. Blossom
9. Bubbles
10. Buttercup
11. Superman
12. Lex Luthor
13. Black Scorpion
14. Flash Gordon
15. Lisa Simpson
16. CM Burns
17. Fox Mulder
18. Dana Scully
19. Hannibal Lecter
20. Louise Jefferson NO SPONGEBOB IN "SQUARE" PANTS 1. NICK
2. NBC
3. ABC
4. CBS
5. FOX
6. FX
7. MTV
8. CNN
9. MSNBC
10. USA
11. SCIFI
12. HBO
13. SHOWTIME
14. AE
15. SPIKE TV I MADE A MI-"STATE" 1. Idaho
2. Ohio
3. Hawaii
4. Alaska
5. Oregon
6. New York
7. Missouri
8. Maine
9. Florida
10. Montana
11. Indiana
12. Tennessee
13. Vermont
14. New Mexico
15. Virginia PRESIDENTIAL "LAST" 1. Adams
2. Madison
3. Monroe
4. Jackson
5. Pierce
6. Polk
7. Bush
8. Ford
9. Carter
10. Nixon
11. Reagan
12. Kennedy
13. Hoover
14. Grant
15. Lincoln COLLEGE THINGS 1. campus
2. opposite sex
3. pizza
4. dorm
5. lecture hall
6. dorm mate
7. curfew
8. beer
9. fraternity
10. sorority
11. pledge week
12. graduate students
13. professors
14. dean
15. honor system
16. midterms
17. finals
18. thesis
19. MAT
20. no parents MY NAME IS CAR 1. KITT
2. KARR
3. Ford
4. Miata
5. GM
6. Eagle
7. Toyota
8. Mazda
9. Town Car
10. truck
11. SUV
12. Pontiac
13. Cougar
14. Nissan
15. Datsun
16. Lynx
17. Kia
18. Metro
19. compact
20. sedan

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