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100

Who invented the lightbulb in 1879?

Thomas Edison

100

The plural of “moose” is ____.

Moose

100

In which country are the famous Pyramids of Giza?

EGYPT

100

What is the force that causes objects to fall to the ground?

Gravity

100

How many face cards are in a regular deck of playing cards?

12

200

What city in the world was the first to be attacked with an atomic bomb?

HIROSHIMA

200

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

Antonym

200

In what country is the famous Taj Mahal located?

India

200

What gas do plants "breathe in" that humans and animals breathe out?

Carbon Dioxide

200

Two dozen kittens and three dozen puppies get adopted from the shelter. How many animals were adopted?

60

300

Name the American president on the half-dollar coin who was assassinated in 1963.

John F. Kennedy

300

The main series of events in a story is called a what?

Plot

300

What is the longest river in the world?

Amazon River

300

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

Photosynthesis

300

How many grams are in a thousand kilograms?

One million grams

400

What was the ancient Egyptian writing system called?

Hieroglyphics

400

What is the main character in a story called?

Protagonist

400

The United States and Mexico are separated by which river?

The Rio Grande

400

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

The pupil

400

A hexagon has how many sides?

Six

500

What was the name of the last Queen of France?

Marie Antoinette

500

What is the name of the most famous English playwright? (Hamlet, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream)

William Shakespeare

500

Imaginary lines traversing the globe from pole to pole are called ____.

Meridians

500

The Earth has four layers, the thickest of which is the mantle. What is the thinnest layer called?

The Crust

500

a2 + b2 = c2 is known as the ____.

Pythagorean Theorem

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