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100

A hexagon has how many sides?

Six

100

The first atomic bomb attack was on which city?

Hiroshima

100

Who is the creator of the classic book characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn?

Mark Twain

100

What are the three states of matter?

Solid, liquid, and gas


100

Which country is closer to Asia: Canada or the United States?

The United States

200

What is 141x2

282

200

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

Abraham Lincoln

200

What is the name of the most famous English playwright?

William Shakespeare

200

What force pulls objects toward Earth’s core and keeps humans from floating in the sky?

Gravity

200

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

Mexico City

300

If you need 1/2 cup of flour and you only have a 1/4 measuring cup, how many times do you need to use it to get the right about of flour?

2

300

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

Wheat

300

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

Harper Lee

300

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

Light travels faster than sound

300

What measures distance north or south of the Equator: latitude or longitude?

Latitude

400

If a football field is 100 yards long, how many feet long is the football field?

300

400

Who commissioned the Lewis and Clark expedition?

Jefferson

400

What is an antonym for beautiful: pretty, gorgeous, ugly?

Ugly

400

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

Punnett Square

400

What’s the capital of New Hampshire?

Concord

500

34 x 20 =?

680

500

What was the name of the last Queen of France?

Marie Antoinette

500

Often seen at the end of a sentence, the three trailing dots that indicate the omission from speech or writing of a word (or words) that is superfluous or able to be understood from contextual clues are known as…?

An ellipsis

500

What species can live on both water and land?

Amphibians

500

How many countries are in North America?

23: Canada, the United States, Mexico, and all the sovereign states in the Caribbean and Central America.

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