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100

English: How many letters are there in the English alphabet?

26

100

Science: Earth is located in which galaxy? 

The Milky Way

100

Science: What is the closest planet to the sun?

Mercury

100

History: From whom did the United State buy territory in the Louisiana Purchase?

France/ Napoleon 

100

Geography: Which country is both an island and a continent?

Australia

200

History: Who invented the lightbulb in 1879?

Thomas Edison

200

English: What is the term for a word that has the opposite meaning of another word?

Antonym

200

Math: If a shopping cart contains 1 apple, 2 bananas, 3 oranges, and 4 hot dogs, what percent of the cart’s total contents is fruit?

60%

200

Science: What is the part of the eye that controls how much light enters?

The pupil

200

History: What was the name of the last Queen of France?

Marie Antoinette

300

Geography: In which country are the famous Pyramids of Giza?

Egypt

300

History: What are the three branches of the United States government?

Legislative, judicial, and executive

300

Geography: What is the longest river in the world?

The Amazon River

300

Math: The interior angles of a triangle always add up to ____.

180 degrees

300

Science: What species can live both in water and on land?

Amphibians

400

Math: The first day of the 20th century was ____.

January 1, 1901

400

Geography: To travel from New York to London, one must fly over which ocean?

Atlantic Ocean

400

English: The person in a novel who tells the story from a third-person perspective is called a what?

The Narrator

400

Geography: The United States and Mexico are separated by which river?

The Rio Grande

400

Math: Solve the following equation: 

(2 x 4)/(5 + 3 - 1)^0

Undefined - you cannot divide by zero

500

Science: What is the largest internal organ in the human body? 

the liver

500

Math: What number is the Roman numeral XVI?

16

500

History: Julius Caesar was the emperor of what empire?

The Roman Empire

500

English: In this title, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, what is the last comma called?

The Oxford comma (or serial comma)

500

English: Often seen at the end of a sentence, the three trailing dots that indicate the omission from speech or writing of a word (or words) that is superfluous or able to be understood from contextual clues are known as ____. 

An ellipsis

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