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100

Where was AA founded (city & state)?

Akron, OH

100

What is it called when a bowler makes 3 strikes in a row?

Turkey

100

What is the smallest planet in the solar system?  

Mercury

100

What is the perimeter of a circle called?

Circumference 

100

What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?

Mayflower

200

What edition of the Big Book do we use currently?

4th

200

In what game is “love” a score?

Tennis (0 points)

200

What is the largest organ in the human body?

Skin

200

What is five to the power of zero? (50)

1

200

What city was the Declaration of Independence signed?

Philadelphia, PA

300

What type of doctor was Dr. Bob?

Proctologist

300

Which sport uses a net, a racket, and a shuttlecock?

Badminton

300

What process do bats use to locate their prey?

Echolocation

300

What is the mathematical name for a pound sign (#)?

Octothorpe

300

Which constitutional amendment allowed the right to vote regardless of race?

15th Amendment

400

Which founding member had a pit bull and tattoos?

Dr. Bob

400

What NFL team was originally called the ‘New York Titans’?

Jets

400

What is the smallest unit of matter?

Atom

400

What is the only number that has the same number of letters as it’s meaning?

Four

400

What state is Mount Rushmore located in?

South Dakota

500

Which president received the millionth copy of the Big Book?

Nixon

500

What is the only team in the NFL to neither host nor play in the Super Bowl?

Cleveland Browns.

500

What does a “Geiger Counter” measure?

Radiation

500

8 ÷ 2(2+2) = 

 16

The expression can be simplified by the order of operations, often remembered by the acronyms PEMDAS/BODMAS.

First evaluate Parentheses/Brackets, then evaluate Exponents/Orders, then evaluate Multiplication-Division, and finally evaluate Addition-Subtraction.

Everyone is in agreement about the first step: simplify the addition inside the parentheses.

8÷2(2 + 2)
= 8÷2(4)

This is where the debate starts.

The answer is 16

500

Which is the only US state to have one syllable in its name

Maine

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