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100

What are the three states of matter?

 Solid, liquid, and gas.

100

What is the main character in a story called? 

 A protagonist.

100

How many minutes are in a half-hour? 

30

100

What is the past tense word for run? 

Ran

100

What is the term for a word that is similar in meaning to another word? 

Synonym

200

Which country is closer to Asia? United States or Canada

The United States

200

How long does it take the moon to orbit Earth: 24 hours, 365 days, or one month?

One month.

200

What’s 25 x 3?

75

200

What is H2O also known as? 

Water

200

What’s a person, place, or thing? 

A noun
300

A hexagon has how many sides? 

6

300
  1. What is the largest country by size? 

Russia

300

What phenomenon might be felt on the surface when two tectonic plates rub against each other? 

Earthquake

300

If your mom buys 52 grapes and your dad brings home 34 grapes, how many grapes does your family have?

86

300

The sun is a: Planet, star, mystery? 

Star
400
  1. 34 x 20 =

680

400

Which is a type of poem: Graph, Sonnet, Essay? 

Sonnet

400

What is the longest river in the world? 

Amazon.

400

Who made the “I have a dream” speech? 

Martin Luther King
400

How many syllables are in the word “animalistic”? 

5
500

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

Abraham Lincoln.

500

The interior angles of a triangle always sum to… 

180 degrees.

500

When writing out a fraction, the numbers above and below the vinculum are called the… 

Numerator and denominator.

500

You have two quarters, a nickel, three dimes, and four pennies. How much money do you have? 

89 cents

500

Which language is the most widely spoken in South America? 

Spanish

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