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## Nine Nations

Trivia brain teasers have some element of trivia in them, but they are not just pure trivia questions.

 Puzzle ID: #32289 Fun: (2.3) Difficulty: (2.27) Category: Trivia Submitted By: cnmne

You are given a set of six nations that have something in common. You are also given five groups of three nations each. Your task is to determine which one of those five groups can be added to the set. All three nations in the selected group will share the same characteristic as the six nations in the set. None of the nations in the remaining four groups will have that characteristic.

Set) Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Romania

Group A) Albania, Germany, Thailand
Group B) Chile, Portugal, Spain
Group C) Denmark, Egypt, Norway
Group D) Kuwait, Laos, Zaire
Group E) Mexico, United States, Venezuela

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 OldChinaHand Aug 04, 2006 Good teaser, this one burned a few braincells until I remembered WWII. GebbieRose Aug 04, 2006 I thought this was a good teaser, too. icecube23 Aug 04, 2006 Me too. scallio Aug 06, 2006 Bummer... didn't get it. I am good at geography so felt I should have been able to get this. SPUTNIK2 Aug 06, 2006 I got it only because I'm a WWII nut, good teaser Phalanx Oct 26, 2006 Studying history was very helpful indeed! ;) soonitwillend Dec 01, 2006 Hm. I got "a", but only because I figured out something with the letter "a" in each word. I'm not quite sure. Here's how I saw it;; The pattern went "A" once, "a" once, "a" twice, "a" once, "a" once. And in set "a", [ besides it being "a", ] I got it because it was a shortened version of it;; "a" once, "a" twice, "a" once. [ The "a" once or twice refers to how many times the letter show up in each word, by the way. ] soonitwillend Dec 01, 2006 Ohsnap :] I got that confused. But basically, the code was "a" a certain amount of times to form a pattern, then set "a" was a shortened version of it. soonitwillend Dec 01, 2006 Argh. Just forget what I said completely;; I re-read it again and realised that teh already highly confusing thing I wrote was incorrect, no matter what.