The Economics Championship Pre-lims

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Global Economy Quizzes & Trivia

Dear Participant(s), Welcome to the Preliminary Round of our event "The Economics Championship, 2019". Kindly refer to the following details :- Enter your name in the space provided below exactly as mentioned by you in the Google Form submitted earlier. The time limit of this round is 30 minutes. This round consists of 15 questions which include riddles, pictorial and mystery questions. While it is compulsory to attempt the last 5 questions, you are required to answer minimum 6 out of the first 10 questions. If you desire to skip a question, fill in "NA" in the provided blanks. In the subsequent betting question, fill in "NA" in the provided space as well. You have an initial budget of Rs. 3,00,000.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    You have successfully viewed the first 10 questions which were in the form of open bets. The following 5 questions will be in the form of blind bets, as mentioned earlier. All the best. Note: You do not receive any new endowment of funds/coins. Whatever is left with you will have to be used now.
  • 2. 
    Everything was pretty normal in the CID Headquarters until you, i.e., Commissioner Gaetonde received an unknown email containing a link from a killer, threatening to kill a person. He has given an ultimatum and has threatened CID that if they don’t find the person before the deadline, he/she shall kill him/her without any mercy. Tight up your belt and be a ready for an adventurous battle to find out the information provided in the coded letter and ultimately find the person.
  • 3. 
    What is the smallest number that increases by 12 when it is flipped and turned upside down? (ODDS: 1.5 : 1)
  • 4. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet  on the previous question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
  • 5. 
    Throughout history, I have documented thousands of cases of four footed mammals with hooves, mane and a tail jumping over towers and landing on clergy and small men, forcing their removal. What am I? (ODDS: 1.5 : 1)
  • 6. 
    Guess the company based on its tagline, the hint for which is provided in the image below. (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 7. 
    Guess the similar item INDIA has on the basis of hint provided in the image below. (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 8. 
    What is common between them? (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 9. 
    Connect the following to find a category of websites. (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 10. 
    Connect the following to find a phrase. (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 11. 
    What economic term do the following, collectively represent? (ODDS: 1.5 : 1)
    • Itanagar
    • Dispur
    • Patna
    • Raipur
    • Dehradun
    • Lucknow
    • Agartala
    • Chennai
    • Gangtok
    • Mumbai
    • Bangalore
    • Thiruvananthapuram
  • 12. 
    If a hen and a half lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how many eggs will half a dozen hens lay in half a dozen days? (ODDS: 1.5 : 1)
  • 13. 
    My 1st brother is in aerodynamics, 2nd brother builds different engines, my 3rd brother is an illustrator and 4th is a wise owl. About me, I am unanimous to whatever you say. Find us all. (ODDS: 1.5 : 1)
  • 14. 
    The 1st name of the victim was the name of the 2nd woman in one of the most popular detergent ads of India and the last name of the woman was of a person who was born in Santiniketan and contributed to welfare economics. Find the name. (ODDS: 2 : 1)  
  • 15. 
    In order to find the place where she lives he has given following clues
    1. The number of her house was the one where the greatest detectives of all time has lived.
    2. The street name was the one where you can find flags of almost all countries.
    3. The name of city was where the king of heaven resides
    Find the Address. (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 16. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet on the following question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
  • 17. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet on the following question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
  • 18. 
    Identify the date on which this is going to happen?
    1. The date World trade centre fell to grounds
    2. Old 500 Rupee Note
    3. The year is sum of these costly colours pink + orange (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 19. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet on the following question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
  • 20. 
    Intelligence agencies claim this letter was received from a place which has following characteristics: Find the address of the place.
    1. The version of broom stick which Harry Potter hoped to buy was the house number
    2. An area flooded with milky white colour which is guarded below an honoured article to which citizens hold the most value (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 21. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet on the following question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
  • 22. 
    The clues given by the agency people for identifying the person are as below:
    1. The 1st name of was of the father of a game which is not played in a field nor inside a house/auditorium.
    2. Last name: (refer to the image below); Hint: MacroEconomics. (ODDS: 2 : 1)
  • 23. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet  on the previous question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
  • 24. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet  on the previous question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
  • 25. 
    How many Gold Coins and Silver Coins would you like to bet  on the previous question? (Mention the quantities for both the coins, respectively, separated with a single comma. Example: 2,5  This will imply that you refer to 2 GOLD Coins and 5 SILVER Coins)
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