Tag: odd statistics

Interesting Question of the Day – 20 January 2017

According to the World Happiness Report of 2016, do the following countries rate higher or lower than Australia on happiness? New Zealand, the USA, and the UK. The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer

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Interesting Question of the Day – 30 December 2016

Statistically speaking, is the answer to a true or false question more likely to be true or false? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia

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Interesting Question of the Day – 13 October 2016

According to a 2011 estimate, how many people does the President of the United States meet in a year? The first new player to comment on the website within 10,000 of the correct answer wins a free drink at their

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Interesting Question of the Day – 19 July 2016

iQTrivia.com.au is two years old today. In the past two years we’ve hosted hundreds of quizzes for tens of thousands of Australia’s most interesting trivia players, and there are more Australians than ever turning up week after week at our

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Interesting Question of the Day – 27 May 2016

According to a 2015 study, what percentage of Australian dwellings had at least one surplus bedroom?  (i.e. A bedroom that nobody regularly occupied.) The first new player to comment on the website within 5% of the correct answer wins a

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Interesting Question of the Day – 4 May 2016

110 people all got the same 5 out of 6 numbers right on the Powerball lottery in America in 2005, leading to payout of $19 million.  Officials suspected cheating. What actually caused the unusual result? The first player to comment

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Interesting Question of the Day – 28 April 2016

What is the only country on earth that has more vehicles than people? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 11 March 2016

According to a 2015 survey, what percent of Australian shoppers broken the “12 items or less” rule?  37%, 47%, 57%, 67%, or 77%? Also, who was more likely to break the rules?  Men or women? The first new player to

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Interesting Question of the Day – 3 March 2016

The Dunbar Number is a theoretical limit to the number of social relationships a person can maintain.  In essence, it is the number of friends you can have. Within 20, what is the commonly cited value of the Dunbar Number?

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Interesting Question of the Day – 4 January 2016

In a 2014 survey that asked how willing people would be to fight for their country, in which of the following countries were people the most likely and the least likely to say yes?  Australia, Finland, Japan, Russia, and the

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