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100

How many states made up the United States before Alaska and Hawaii joined?

48

100

(5 x 9) + (2 x 5)

55

100

How many minutes are in a half-hour?

30

100

What planet is nicknamed the “Red Planet?"

Mars

100

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

Wheat

200

Which language is the most widely spoken in South America?

Spanish

200

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from where?

France

200

What continent is the country of France located in?

Europe

200

What is the largest country by size?

Russia

200

What is the name of the most famous English playwright?

William Shakespear

300

How many syllables are in the word Rhinoceros?

4

300

These collect energy from the movement of air:

Windmill

300

How many oceans are there?

5

300

What do you call a scientist who studies rocks?

Geologist

300

Which tool is used to estimate the likelihood of certain genetic outcomes?

Punnet Squares

400

What causes tides?

Moon
400

What number is the Roman numeral XVI?

16

400

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

Numerator and denominator

400

Why do you see often see lightning before you hear the thunder?

Light travels faster than sound

400

What’s the capital of New Hampshire?

Concord

500

What country did Mexico gain its independence from in the 1800s?

Spain

500

If you cut a quarter into thirds, how many pieces would you have?

3

500

The first fireworks were invented in what country during the seventh century?

China

500

The first atomic bomb attack was on which city?

Hiroshima

500

Which animal needs to eat upside down?

Flamingos

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