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100

From which country did Mexico gain its independence in the 19th century?

Spain

100

In the story about the boy who cried wolf, what is the lesson?

Always tell the truth

100

How many states are in the United States of America?

50


100

What is the largest internal organ in the human body?

The liver

100

The largest number that can be pronounced with a single syllable is

12

200

Who was Jackie Robinson?

The first African American baseball player.

200

Is "red" an adjective or a noun

Both

200

In what state is the Grand Canyon located?

Arizona

200

Bats are mammals. True or false?

True

200

What number is the Roman numeral XVI?

16

300

What did colonists dump in Boston Harbor?

Tea

300

Adding conjunctions such as "and" or "but" turns a simple sentence into what type of sentence?

Compound sentence

300

What is the longest river in the world?

The Amazon

300

The hardest naturally occurring mineral is

Diamond

300

If the first person takes 25% of the cake, and the second person takes 20% of the remainder, how much of the original cake remains?

60%

400

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

Francis Scott Key

400

What do you call a group of crows?

A murder

400

How many kingdoms are part of the United Kingdom?

Four—England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales

400

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

Pupil
400

The interior angles of a triangle always add up to

180 degrees

500

What was the name of the last Queen of France?

Marie Antoinette.

500

Who is the author of the 1960 novel about social and racial inequality To Kill a Mockingbird?

Harper Lee

500

The mountain range that includes Mount Everest is called

The Himalayas

500

The Earth is at least how many billion years old?

4 billion

500

Solve the following equation: (2 * 4)/(5 + 3 - 1)0 =

8

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