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Number That List #4

In one view, statistics are numbers-in-use. John Boswell and Dan Starer published a book on "numerical lists you never knew or once knew or probably forgot." So, combining these two statements, let's see how well you do....

Insert the correct number for each list, using the answers provided below (with three numbers added as "statistical anomalies). In each case, an example of an item on that list is provided. Award yourself "bonus points" if you can name the other items on the list!

  • The ___ Blood Types (e.g. A)
  • The ___ Main Parts of a Tooth (e.g. Enamel)
  • The ___ Primary Tastes (e.g. Sweet)
  • The ___ Types of Headaches (e.g. Vascular)
  • The ___ Symptoms of Diabetes (e.g. Excessive Thirst)
  • The ___ Major Types of Diseases (e.g. Canver)
  • The ___ Parts of the Circulatory System (e.g. Heart)
  • The ___ Warning Signs of a Stroke (e.g. Double Vision)
  • The ___ Types of Bone Fractures (e.g. Compound)
  • The ___ Primary Types of Odors (e.g. Floral)
  • The ___ Warning Signs of Cancer (e.g. Hoarseness)
  • The Body's ___ Systems (e.g. Skeletal)
  • The ___ Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (e.g. Make Amends)
  • The ___ Essential Vitamins(e.g. Vitamin B1)
  • The ___ Sides of the Dreidel (e.g. Gimmel)
Answers in "ordered" order...with three "statistical anomalies:
4 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 7 7 8 9 10 12 13