12 Questions | Total Attempts: 47

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Find out whether you have a good grasp of large numbers by taking this short quiz. Each quantity is approximately one thousand, one million, one billion, or one trillion. Can you figure out which is which?

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• 1.
Weight of a polar bear, in pounds.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 2.
Number of seconds in 12 days.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 3.
Population of Vatican City.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 4.
Population of San Jose, California.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 5.
One-fifth of a light year, in miles.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 6.
Approximate cost of the U.S.-Iraq war, in US dollars.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 7.
Maximum take-off weight of a 747 jet aircraft, in pounds.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 8.
Distance from St. Paul, Minnesota to Dallas, Texas, in miles.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 9.
Weight of the Golden Gate bridge, in pounds.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 10.
World annual rice product, in pounds
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 11.
Distance to Saturn, in miles.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion

• 12.
Population of India.
• A.

Thousand

• B.

Million

• C.

Billion

• D.

Trillion