# Thread: Initials Quiz - Part 1

1. ## Initials Quiz - Part 1

Initials Quiz - Part 1

Each equation contains the initials of words
which will form a true statement.
Find the missing words.

Example:. 2000 = P in a T
Answer: .2000 Pounds in a Ton

1. 36 = I in a Y

2. 9 = I in a B G

3. 18 = H on a G C

4. 57 = H V

5. 12 = S of the Z

6. 9 = P in the S S

7. 7 = W of the A W

8. 25 = C in a Q

9. 60 = M in an H

10. 1 = W on a U

11. 90 = D in a R A

12. 88 = K on a P

13. 4 = H of the A

14. 13 = C in a S

15. 5 = D in a Z C

16. 24 = H in a D

17. 26 = L of the A

18. 6 = W of H the E

19. 4 = Q in a G

20. 12 = L of H

21. 31 = I C F at B-R

22. 40 = T (with A B)

23. 5280 = F in a M

24. 7 = H of R

2. 1) 36 Inches in a Yard
16) 24 Hours in a Day
23) 5280 Feet in a Mile
LOL stuck.

3. Wow, some were really hard, not sure if I'm right on a a few guesses and I have no idea about the others!

Spoiler:

3) Holes on a Golf Course
4) Heinz Varieties?
5)Signs of Zodiac
6)Planets in the Solar System
7) Wonders of the Ancient World
8) Cents in a Quarter
9) Mins in an Hour
10)
11) Degrees in a Right Angle
12) Keys on a Piano
13) Horsemen of the Apocalypse
14)
17) Letters of the alphabet
18) Wives of Henry VIII
19) Quarts in a Gallon
20) Labours of Herecles?
21)
22)Thieves, Ali Baba and the?
23) Feet in a Mile
24) Hills of Rome?

4. HAHA clever!
You inspired me --> #2 - 9 Innings in a Ball Game. LOL

5. Ahh yeh, I had a feeling some US based ones would be in there somewhere. So is 5 digits in a zip-code right?

6. Not sure, looks right to me!
#10. -> 1 Wheel on a Unicycle?? LOL haha!

7. oh AHAHAHA
#21 -> 31 Ice Cream Flavours at Baskin Robbins!

8. Hello, pomp!

Good job! . . . You, too, iSh4wtY!

They are fun, aren't they?

For so many of them, I sat there and mumbled to myself for several minutes
. . (sometimes hours) and suddenly it would hit me.

My reaction: .Of course! .*slap head*

Then it would seem so obvious, I'd wonder why it took me so long.

Here are the other two:

14. 13 = C in a S
Spoiler:
13 Cards in a Suit

16. 24 = H in a D
Spoiler:
24 Hours in a Day .(Of course!)