A) The Chinese Jigsaw Puzzle (44%)

B) The Loculus of Archimedes (54%)

C) The Interlocking Rings of Babylon (21%)

**Answer : B**

2 of 19: What is the only 3-D puzzle made by the popular 3-D jigsaw puzzle company Wrebbit to be pulled from shelves for religious reasons?

A) 3D Taj Mahal (25%)

B) 3D First Temple in Jerusalem (40%)

C) 3D Mecca (55%)

**Answer : C**

3 of 19: How many 3-D puzzles was the 3-D puzzle company Wrebbit churning out every day at its single Canadian factory to keep up with the pre-holiday rush in the late 1990s?

A) 5,000 Puzzles a Day (28%)

B) 15,000 Puzzles a Day (41%)

C) 30,000 Puzzles a Day (51%)

**Answer : C**

4 of 19: How many possible color combinations can be made with a classic 3X3 Rubik's Cube?

A) 43 Million (26%)

B) 43 Billion (35%)

C) 43,000 Trillion (40%)

**Answer : C**

5 of 19: How many videos are there on YouTube featuring the Rubik's Cube?

A) 4,000 (18%)

B) 43,000 (50%)

C) 430,000 (33%)

**Answer : B**

6 of 19: The current world record for the fastest solve in an official speedcubing competition is how many seconds?

A) 8.4 Seconds (26%)

B) 5.6 Seconds (53%)

C) 4.5 Seconds (22%)

**Answer : B**

7 of 19: In a 2007 Rubik's world championship competition, how many times in a row did Hungary's Matyas Kuti solve a Rubik's Cube blindfolded?

A) 9 (25%)

B) 12 (50%)

C) 18 (55%)

**Answer : C**

8 of 19: What is the slowest recorded solve time for the Rubik's Cube?

A) 16 Days (27%)

B) 3 Years (37%)

C) 26 Years (56%)

**Answer : C**

9 of 19: Which of the following is NOT the name of a method for solving the Rubik's Cube?

A) Schmidt Method (53%)

B) Ortega Method (35%)

C) Fridrich Method (31%)

**Answer : A**

10 of 19: What is the maximum number of sequential moves required to open the world's most complicated puzzle box?

A) 48 (30%)

B) 125 (52%)

C) 258 (17%)

**Answer : B**

11 of 19: According to calculations by IBM researchers, how many possible combinations can be arranged with a seemingly simple six-piece Burr puzzle?

A) 350,000 (21%)

B) 35 Million (42%)

C) 35 Billion (57%)

**Answer : C**

12 of 19: True or False: There is a class of 3-D puzzles called "Impossible Puzzles."

A) True (60%)

B) False (40%)

**Answer : A**

13 of 19: The Puzzle of Fifteen, a sliding block puzzle in a box, sparked a worldwide obsession with puzzles in what year?

A) 1520 (31%)

B) 1880 (56%)

C) 1930 (13%)

**Answer : B**

14 of 19: When the Rubik's Cube was first released in Hungary, it was called Buvos Kocka, meaning what in English?

A) Magic Cube (44%)

B) Twisted Cube (38%)

C) Crazy Cube (19%)

**Answer : A**

15 of 19: The Rubik's Cube world championship features an event where contestants solve the cube using their feet.

A) True (61%)

B) False (39%)

**Answer : A**

16 of 19: What's the world record for the most Rubik's Cubes solved in a single day?

A) 548 Cubes (24%)

B) 2,869 Cubes (46%)

C) 4,786 Cubes (50%)

**Answer : C**

17 of 19: The "New York, New York" 3-D puzzle created by Wrebbit is the largest on record. How many pieces does it include?

A) 3,141 (40%)

B) 5,380 (40%)

C) 8,698 (20%)

**Answer : A**

18 of 19: In what city is the world's largest Rubik's Cube located?

A) Budapest, Hungary (18%)

B) Tokyo, Japan (47%)

C) Knoxville, Tennessee (55%)

**Answer : C**

19 of 19: The Pentamix is arguably the world's hardest variation on the Rubik's Cube. How many individual moving pieces does it hold?

A) 498 (26%)

B) 975 (52%)

C) 1,047 (22%)

**Answer : B**

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## All Answers in table

SNO | ANSWER |
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1 | B |

2 | C |

3 | C |

4 | C |

5 | B |

6 | B |

7 | C |

8 | C |

9 | A |

10 | B |

11 | C |

12 | A |

13 | B |

14 | A |

15 | A |

16 | C |

17 | A |

18 | C |

19 | B |

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