Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote

Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote (37 )

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If Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote (37 ) was a standard unit ...

  • Number of seats in the Arena in Verona, Italy (15,000 )...more would be 400 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Estimated world population of Wild Yak (15,000 individuals)...more would be 400 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Number of stars visible to the naked eye (of magnitude 6.5 or brighter) (9,100 )...more would be 250 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Number of rooms in the First World Hotel in Genting Highlands (Malaysia) (7,350 )...more would be 200 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Estimated world population of Sumatran Orangutan (7,300 individuals)...more would be 200 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Number of seats in Hammersmith Apollo music venue (London) (3,630 )...more would be 100 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Number of paintings that Picasso painted (1,885 )...more would be 50 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Number of passengers on a Boeing 777-300 airliner (typical configuration) (368 )...more would be 10 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Number of skyscrapers in Shanghai (>150m tall, 2021) (186 )...more would be 5 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Number of games played in longest-ever tennis match between Isner and Mahut (2010) (183 )...more would be 5 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote
  • Estimated population of Javan Rhino (74 individuals)...more would be 2 x Number of plays that Shakespeare wrote

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