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Ancient Rome
The Global Ocean
Mathematical Formulas
200

A petty phrase for a heavy storm

What is "raining cats and dogs"?

200

This scientist created the three laws of motion and discovered gravity

Who is Issac Newton?

200

The first emperor of the Roman Empire

Who is Caesar Augustus?

200

Ocean water is referred to as "salty water", but in reality, the salinity is only this small percentage

What is 3.5%?

200

The equation for this straight figure is y=mx+b

What is a line?

400

A common prompt to keep a secret is not to spill this side dish usually used in Mexican food

What are beans?

400

This scientist's law of special relativity says that moving objects experience less passage of time

Who is Albert Einstein?

400
These two brothers, who fought each other, founded the territory of Rome, and one of them named the area after himself

Who are Romulus and Remus?

400

This technology to measure the depth of the ocean uses a sound wave's travel time as its source

What is sonar?

400

To find how much the bank gives you for your savings after a certain period of time, use I=Prt, where I stands for this

What is interest?

600

This common exaggeration involves working really hard that you break this body part

What is a leg?

600

This Russian scientist grouped the first elements to be found into a sort of Jeopardy! table

Who is Mendeleev?

600
This emperor is usually thought of as a threat, forming an empire centered around himself, and is known for causing a great fire

Who is Nero?

600

DAILY DOUBLE

The ocean is full of these coral rings, which form at the edge of a collapsed volcano

600

To find one side length of this type of triangle, use the squares of the two other side lengths you are given

What is a right triangle?
800

When you need some rest, catch some of this letter

What is Z?

800

This man, who improved the design of the telescope, is said to have conducted a gravitation experiment with two balls atop a famous tower

Who is Galileo?

800

This project was a huge attraction, and even without any action now, it is still one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World

What is the Colosseum?

800

This effect causes toilets to spin in a different direction in the Northern vs. the Southern Hemispheres

What is the Coriolis effect?

800

"Please Excuse my Dear Aunt Sally" represents this standardized procedure for solving math problems

What is the order of operations?

1000

Throw in this bathroom material to show that you've given up on something

What is a towel?

1000

This geologist first proposed the theory of a supercontinent forming millions of years ago

Who is Alfred Wegener?

1000

The empire fell after a figurehead "emperor" of this age surrendered to Germanic tribes

What is 15 years old?

1000

The ocean is divided into three sections: the abyssal plain, the mid-ocean ridge, and this "shoreline" area

What is the continental margin?

1000

To find the surface area of this solid, multiply the area of the circle inside by 4

What is a sphere?

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