During your latest trip to the Ultimate Bullseye field, you noticed a new target being tested. Or, well, that's what you surmise, anyway, because all you see is the trusty Turtum and a new, larger target.

**Using this new target, how many well-placed arrows would it take you to reach a score of 120 if you were also lucky enough to get a Fire Hoop?****Enter just the number.**

3?

ReplyDeletethat's my answer

ReplyDeleteonly 1

ReplyDeleteI said 2, 40 x 2 = 80 + 40 from a second shot.

ReplyDeletehow did you get 1?

ReplyDeleteI put two. If you were lucky enough to get the Fire Hoop and hit 40 with one arrow, then that is already 80 points, leaving you to only hit the bulls eye once more.

ReplyDelete17 23 and double on 40

ReplyDelete2? One 40 and one 40 with a fire hoop.

ReplyDeleteoo i didn't think of that- i'm wrong again!!

ReplyDeletevery easy questions last 2 weeks.. of course this is 2, only took a couple of seconds to solve, nothing to do with those tricky other numbers, just 40x2+40=120

ReplyDeleteI put 3.

ReplyDeleteIs there anywhere written that you just can use a number once??

ReplyDeleteIs there anywhere written that you just can use a number once??

ReplyDeleteI don't believe there is.

The answer is 1. Suppose it is the fire ring. Get lucky, have yellow balloon on the first shot. Hit yellow balloon, fire ring and bullseye. Balloon - 10 points, hit target after balloon - 25 points, hit bullseye - 40 points, fire ring - double the sum of 75 points to 150. One shot.

ReplyDeleteIt doesnt say anything about a yellow balloon though

ReplyDeleteIt is a fail round.

ReplyDeleteThey didn't say the lowest number to reach 120, and there is a plenty ways to reach 120

it doesnt say anything about the balloon but it does about the fire hoop so i dont think they meant to include the balloon so i believe its 2

ReplyDeleteIt's definitely 2 !!!

ReplyDeleteits fail wording of course they meant lowest what else would they mean

ReplyDeleteDon't forget about the balloons ;)

ReplyDeleteDon't forget about the balloons ;)

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It says nothing about balloons. It specifically mentions the Fire Hoop.

It also sounds as if you have to get exactly 120, so the 150 someone mentioned above wouldn't be correct, and that includes the balloon.

ReplyDeletebut if you make a bullseye dont you get to go again?

ReplyDeletebut if you make a bullseye dont you get to go again?

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Of course. But it's not asking for you to do it in one shot. It's asking mathematically how many shots would it take to make 120 points with a Fire Hoop.

but if you make a bullseye dont you get to go again?

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But that's only on the final shot you have in the game and that normally gives you three more shots.

2

ReplyDeleteobvious 2 is obvious

ReplyDelete2. End of debate.

ReplyDeleteThe Lenny Conundrum says "Well-placed" arrows, which to me means bullseyes. It takes 2 bullseyes, one with the fire ring, to get an exact score of 120, so it has to be 2.

ReplyDeleteYou don't get a firehoop twice in a row... often.

ReplyDeleteI put 3.

17 then 23 then 40+40 = 120 exactly.

Not over or less.

3 is correct,

2 or 3...

ReplyDeleteIt's definitely 2 , I put 3 ... but looking back onto it, it's blatantly 2 as most people don't think of re-using the same numbers again... 40 x 2 = 80 (with the Fire hoop) + 40 = 120

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2...stop arguing

ReplyDeleteJust got an e-mail for a correct answer. It's 2.

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