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**Natalie LaRose GED 613 Spring 2009**

Disney by Numbers Natalie LaRose GED 613 Spring 2009

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**Q: How many more outfits does Minnie have than Mickey?**

Mickey Mouse has 175 different outfits in his wardrobe. Minnie Mouse has 200 different outfits in her wardrobe. Q: How many more outfits does Minnie have than Mickey?

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**15 million gallons of water are used each day at Walt Disney World.**

Q: How many gallons of water are used at Disney in one month (31 days)?

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**2,600,000 chocolate covered Mickey Mouse ice-cream bars are purchased each year.**

Q: On average how many chocolate covered Mickey Mouse ice-cream bars are sold in one month?

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**Q: How much did 1 acre of Walt Disney World cost to purchase?**

$5,018,770 was the buying price of Walt Disney World for 27,258 acres. Q: How much did 1 acre of Walt Disney World cost to purchase?

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**600 tons of steel and not one stone make up Cinderella's Castle.**

Q: 600 tons is 544,310 kilograms. What are three other ways of showing 544,310?

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**Q: What was the increase in average guests from 1983 to 1995?**

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**9 million pounds of French Fries, 1**

9 million pounds of French Fries, 1.2 million pounds of watermelon, and 38,000 pounds of white icing glace are consumed each year at Walt Disney World. Q: In total, how many pounds of French Fries, watermelon, and icing are used and consumed per year?

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11,000 firework performances per year makes Walt Disney World the highest consumer of fireworks in North America. Q: On average how many firework shows are held in one day at Walt Disney World? Hint: Disney is open every day each year.

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194,871 miles of toilet paper and 24,409 miles of paper towels are used each year at Walt Disney World. 1 mile = 1760 yards Q: How many yards of toilet tissue and paper towels are used each year in Walt Disney World?

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**1,500 Christmas trees are displayed throughout Walt Disney World.**

During Christmas 8 million lights on trees beautify 4 parks. Q: What is the average number of lights on Christmas trees at Walt Disney World?

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**3,421,399 “Mouse Ears” hats are purchased each year at Walt Disney World.**

Q: Karin has 4 bags of Mouse Ears. There are 6 Mouse Ears in each bag. How many Mouse Ears does Karin have all together?

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**20 minutes is the amount of time it takes to fill Splash Mountain, it takes only 5 minutes to drain.**

Q: If you fill Splash Mountain 5 times in one day, what is the amount of time it would take to fill and drain the Mountain?

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**5 million hotdogs and 7 million hamburgers are consumed in Walt Disney World Park each year.**

Q: Grace can put 6 hotdogs on her tray at one time. If she has 82 hot dogs how many trays will she need?

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**58,000 employees work at Walt Disney World. 1. 1**

58,000 employees work at Walt Disney World billion dollars are spent on payroll and 478 million dollars on benefits for employees each year. Q: On average how much money does Walt Disney World spend on one employee annually?

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**750 watercrafts make Walt Disney World the 5th leading fleet of watercraft in the world.**

Q: If Karin has 24 watercrafts and Bill had only 6. How many times as many watercrafts does Karin have as Bill?

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**Q: On average one bus can**

263 buses service Walt Disney World Q: On average one bus can hold 35 people, how many people can 263 busses transport?

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When 75,000 guests are in the park the parking lots close to allow hotel guests traveling by boats, buses, and monorail to arrive. Q: If Disney World is at 75% capacity at 75,000 guests, what is full capacity?

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**It costs $40 for a day ticket at Blizzard Beach and $75 for a day ticket at Epcot.**

Q: Which park is least expensive to attend for the day and by how much money?

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**6,000 different varieties of food are served at Walt Disney World.**

Q: If a family ate 10 different varieties of food each day, how many days would they need to go back to Disney before eating every variety if they never repeat a variety?

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**606,000 pounds of bananas are used yearly at WDW.**

Q: The price of 2 dozen bananas is $ Bridget wants to buy 5 bananas. What will she have to pay?

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**319,353 pounds of chocolate are used and consumed each year at Walt Disney World.**

1 pound (lb.) = ounces (oz.) Q: How many ounces of chocolate are used and consumed annually at Disney World?

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Blizzard Beach’s Summit Plummet is a thrilling, high-speed waterslide with a 360-foot long waterfall through a darkened tunnel at speeds from 50 to 60 mph. Q: At 50 mph a person covers 73 feet per second. At an average speed of 50 mph how many seconds would it take to cover the length of the slide?

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6 foot waves makes Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon one of the world’s largest wave pools. Every 90 seconds waves crash onto the shore of the pool which is the size of two football fields. Q: There are 365 swim days at Typhoon Lagoon of these swim days are in above 80 degree weather. How many swim days is it colder than 80 degrees?

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**Q: How many inches high is the Tower of Terror?**

At 199 feet high, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is the tallest attraction at the Walt Disney World. 1 foot = 12 inches Q: How many inches high is the Tower of Terror?

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**Theme Park Ticket Prices**

1 day $75.00 2 day $149.00 3 day $212.00 4 day $219.00 5 day $222.00 Q: How much does a four day ticket cost per day?

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Slide Answer 2 25 more outfits million galloons 4 220,000 chocolate covered Mickey Mouse ice-cream bars 5 $ for 1 acre 6 544,300+10, 54,431X10, 544,312-2 7 350,000 guests 8 10,238,000 pounds 9 30 shows per day ,932,800 yards 11 5,333 lights Mouse Ears minutes trays 15 $27,209 16 4 times people ,000 guests 19 Blizzard Beach, $35 days 21 $1.00 for 5 bananas 22 5,109,648 ounces seconds swim days 25 2, 388 inches 26 $54.75 for 4 days

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