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How many zeros are in the numeral for one million?

Six

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Second President of the United States of America.

Who was John Adams?

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What’s a person, place, or thing?

A noun.

50

What causes ocean tides?

The moon

50

This state is known for its potato production.

Idaho


50

An insect has six legs. How many legs does a spider have?

Eight

100

How‌ ‌many‌ ‌minutes‌ ‌are in seven half‌ ‌‌hours?‌

210 minutes

100

What did colonists dump in Boston Harbor?

Tea

100

What type of literature features magical creatures, such as giants, gnomes, and goblins?

Fairy tales.

100

What is the fourth planet from the sun?

Mars

100

What country is Paris the capital of?

France

100

What is a single strand of spaghetti called?

Spaghetto
150

How many grams are in a thousand kilograms?

One million

150

Since the late 1930s, what calendar date has been designated for the inauguration of a United States president?

January 20

150

What do you call the part of the story with all the action or the big twist?

The Climax.

150

The process by which plants "eat" and make energy is called ____.

Photosynthesis

150

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

The Atlantic Ocean

150

What year did MTV launch?

1981

200

The interior angles of a triangle always sum to what degree?

180 degrees

200

Who wrote the national anthem of the United States of America?

Francis Scott Key.

200

What is the name of the most famous English playwright?

William Shakespeare.

200

How long does it take Earth to orbit once around the sun?

365 days

200

What is the name for a body of land that is completely surrounded by water?

An Island

200

Which number does every Major League Baseball player wear on April 15?

42

250

A farmer notices that every day for the past 10 days, the number of pigeons in his field has doubled. There are 1,024 pigeons in the field today, and there were two pigeons there the first day. How many pigeons were there yesterday?

512

250

What was the most widely grown crop in the middle colonies?

Wheat

250

What do you call a group of crows?

A murder

250

What type of animal can live on both water and land?

Amphibians

250

Which North American city has a bigger population: Los Angeles or Mexico City?

Mexico City

250

What was Sabrina’s cat’s name in "Sabrina the Teenage Witch"?

Salem

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