1. People who are born on February 29th of a leap year celebrate their birthdays only once every four years. What fraction of the world population is born in a leap year, like them?

  2. On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell made the first telephone call. He called his assistant, Thomas Watson. Do you know the first words that Alexander Graham Bell said on that call?

  3. The Empire State building is 102 stories tall. If a man jumped from the very top of the Empire State building, how many stories would he fall before he made impact?

  4. The Hundred Mile Woods spans one hundred miles, from the ocean shore to the mountains, and it is rumored to be full of vampires and werewolves by night. What is the farthest one man could walk into the woods in a single day, and live to tell about it?

  5. How dumb are men as compared to women? Who scores dumber on this quiz? Enter your gender to test how dumb each gender is.

  6. At Springfield High School, the first day of school every year is September 3rd, and the last day of school is June 15th. On which of these dates is the average age of the students at that school the highest?

  7. What is the fewest number of times you can slice a cake in half in order to make 8 equally sized pieces?