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100

What causes ocean tides

The Moon

100

How many syllables are in the word Rhinoceros?

Four

100

A E I O U and sometimes Y

Vowels 

100

Which U.S state is the largest?

Alaska

100

Which world famous female artist is also known as Queen B?

Beyoncé

100

In what year was America founded?

1776

200

What is the largest organ of your body?

the skin

200

If you need 1/2 cup of flour and you only have a 1/4 measuring cup, how many times do you need to use it to get the right about of flour?

Twice

200

A letter that is not a vowel is called ?

A Consonant 

200

Which continent is the largest (in the world?)

Asia

200

Which band wrote "I Saw Her Standing There?"

The Beatles 

200

Who commissioned the Lewis and Clark expedition?

Jefferson

300

What is the closest planet to the sun?

Mercury

300

How many grams are in a thousand kilograms?

1 million

300

What are a, an, the in English grammar?

Articles 

300

What is the capital of Washington State?

Olympia

300

What was the name of the group Justin Timberlake used to part of?

N'Sync

300

Who was the president of the Confederate states during the United States Civil War?

Abraham Lincoln.

400

What is the freezing point of water?

32°F or 0°C

400

What number is the Roman numeral XVI?

16

400

The plural of “moose” is ____.

Moose

400

What is the only state in the U.S that does not have a rectangular flag with straight sides?

Ohio

400

Which British girl group had a member by name Mel B?

Spice Girls

400

Mongolian warrior-ruler, one of the most famous conquerors of history. Who am I describing?

Genghis Khan

500

Animals without backbones are known as ____.

Invertebrates

500

Ron saves $32 every day. How much will he save in a year of 365 days?

$11,680

500

What is the main character in a story called?

The protagonist

500

Which country is both an island and a continent?

Australia

500

Who was the lead singer of the iconic 80's band Culture Club?

Boy George

500

Paul Revere is famous for this phrase " the British are coming " what was this event called?

The midnight ride

600

What species can live both in water and on land?

Amphibians

600

If a football field is 100 yards long, how many feet long is the football field?

300 Feet

600

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

600

What year is written on the flag of Wisconsin?

1848

600

Which artist is married to Orlando Bloom?

Katy Perry

600

Name four of the six British monarchs from the 20th century.

Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, George V, Edward VIII, George VI, Queen Elizabeth II

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