Bet you can't get them all right without looking something up! (I'll post the correct answers on New Year's Day) (1) 4,014,489,600 is the number of [WHAT?] in a [WHAT?] (2) How many wives did Henry VIII have if you are (a) Roman Catholic, and (b) Anglican? (3) How many great great great great grandparents do I have in common with my third cousin? (4) 35,840 is the number of [WHAT?] in a [WHAT]? (5) You only go round widdershins, and once round is 15,840. What am I referring to, and what are my units? (6) on 14 February 1971 it was 12, but on 15 February 1971 it was 5, yet it hadn't changed in any way. What was it? (7) 31,622,400 is the number of [WHAT?] in a [WHAT?] (8) I have two English coins in my pocket. The face value of one of them is 672 times the face value of the other. What are they? (9) How many kings of England have been called Edward? (10) 5 + 7 = 11. Under what circumstances is this statement true?