You win this type of quiz, invented by my friend Paul English, if you come within an order of magnitude of the right answer.
1. In Boston, the going rate for a dental crown seems to be $1,200-$1,600. That’s just for the crown, not for the labor. What is the dentist’s markup on the crown? That is, how much does the dentist pay the lab for it?
2. How much does the New York Times pay the creator of one of their daily crossword puzzles?
The answers are in the first comment. So is the prize for winning, i.e., nothing but the answer.
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