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Time for a little change-up (or slider, as the case may be) to our normal trivia. In this week's numerical quiz, you have to make your best guess at the answer to the question. Adjust the slider to the appropriate spot on the scale. As long as the correct answer falls within the orange range of your arrow, you get it right!

The units on the scale, and the value of the full range of your pointer are given for each question, so good luck and get slidin'...

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1) Select the speed the Delorean had to achieve to hit time travel in the "Back to the Future" trilogy.

Scale units: mph
Your pointer range: 20 mph

2) Number of Rings of Power given by Sauron to Elves, Dwarves, and Men combined in "The Lord of the Rings".

Scale units: Rings of Power
Your pointer range: 5 Rings

3) Speed that John Hammond said they clocked their T-Rex at, in the original CG groundbreaker, "Jurassic Park".

Scale units: mph
Your pointer range: 5 mph



4) Millions of dollars worth of cocaine that Kobayashi told the "Usual Suspects" would be on board the ship, in the flawless 1995 suspense thriller.

Scale units: Millions of dollars
Your pointer range: 15 million

5) Approximate year Ash was sent back in time to, at the end of "Evil Dead II". 

Scale units: years
Your pointer range: 300 years

6) Number of James Bond movies released.

Scale units: Movies
Your pointer range: 3 movies

7) Number of "Steps" in the title of the 1935 Alfred Hitchcock spy thriller.

Scale units: Steps
Your pointer range: 10 steps

8) Number of feet that Quint estimated "Jaws" to be, upon seeing the great white for the first time in the 1977 Spielberg epic.

Scale units: feet
Your pointer range: 4 feet

9) Combined number of horror movies featuring Jason, Chucky, and Michael Meyers.

Scale units: Movies
Your pointer range: 3 movies

10) Millions of dollars that Sean William Scott suggested selling the golden idol for, at the end of the 2003 actioner "The Rundown". 

Scale units: Millions of dollars
Your pointer range: 10 million