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Trivia Question: What vitamin does the sun’s ultraviolet rays help the skin produce?



Vitamin D

100

Trivia Question: What is the hardest rock?

Diamond

100

Trivia Question: What blood type qualifies as a universal donor?

O negative

100

Trivia Question: Botany is the scientific study of what?


plants

100

Trivia Question: The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country?


France

100

Trivia Question: Where is the driest place on Earth?

Antartica

100

Trivia Question: What is the longest side of the right-angle triangle called? 

The Hypotenuse

100

What is the category with the highest value on this graph, and what is that value?


Sleep at 8 hours

200

David’s parents have three sons: Snap, Crackle, and what’s the name of the third son?

David

200

What can you catch, but not throw?

A Cold

200

Trivia Question:  Quebec is a province in Canada. What language do they speak there?


French

200

Trivia Question:How many compartments do cows have in their stomach?

Four

200

Trivia Question: How many eyes does a bee have?

Five

200

Trivia Question: What is chalk made of?

Limestone

200

Trivia Question: What does a Scoville unit measure?

Spiciness

200

If a car travels 600km in 10 hours, at what rate is it moving?

60km/h
300

Trivia Question: What sport is "love" a score in?

Tennis

300

Trivia Question: When something is going to occur, which mathematical term is used to express the likelihood of the event? 

Probability 

300
Trivia Question: What law is V=IR? 

Ohm's Law

300

Trivia Question:  Who wrote "To Kill a Mockingbird"? 

Harper Lee

300

Trivia Question: Which mammal has no vocal cords?

Giraffe

300

Trivia Question: What species of bird can fly backward? 

The hummingbird 

300

Trivia Question: What does SPF in sunscreen stand for?

Sun Protection Factor

300

What is 25% of 2000?

500

400

Trivia Question: What is a group of crows called?

murder

400

Trivia Question: DNA stands for?

Deoxyribonucleic Acid

400

Trivia Question: Osmosis is where the water goes from a ______ concentration to a _____ concentration area.

high,low

400

Trivia Question: Which globally-dreaded disease did the World Health Organization declared eradicated in 1980? 

Smallpox

400

Trivia Question: What color is a giraffe's tongue? 

Black

400

Where do kiwi fruits originally come from?



China

400

Trivia Question: How many bones do sharks have?

Zero
400

Estimate this answer (exact calculation not needed):
38 people are sharing 1634 cents. How many cents will each person get?

A. About 40 cents

B. About 35 cents 

C. About 55 cents 

D. About 50 cents 

A

500

Trivia Question: What geometric shape is generally used for stop signs?

Octagon

500

Trivia Question: Is a tomato a fruit or a vegetable? 

A fruit. 

500

When did World War II begin?

September 1, 1939

500

Trivia Question: What part of the human body can regrow itself in three weeks? 

Liver

500

Trivia Question: What color is Absinthe? 

Green

500

What does a camel store in its hump?

Fat

500

Trivia Question: Where are 75% of the world's pineapples grown? 

Hawaii

500

An object is thrown into the air. After a while, it falls back to the Earth. The flight path of the object traces what shape?

A Parabola

600

What can’t talk but will reply when spoken to?

An Echo

600

Which mammal is known to have the most powerful bite in the world?



Hippo

600

A dog sweats through which part of its body?



Its paws

600

Which animal can stand on its tail?



Kangaroo
600

Who is often credited with creating the world’s first car?

Karl Benz
600

 How many eyes do caterpillars have?



12

600

What is the name of the largest ocean on Earth?

Pacific Ocean

600

What is the solution to the system of equations below?

 Equation 1: 5x + 2y = 8 Equation 2: 3x - y = 1

x = 10/11

 y = 19/11.

700

Who was the famous nurse known for her work during the Crimean War and is considered the founder of modern nursing?

Florence Nightingale 

700

Which desert is the largest in the world? It's NOT JUST the Sahara!

Antarctica

700

Which European nation was said to invent hot dogs?

Germany

700

Which popular soft drink was originally created as a medicine in the 19th century?

Coca-Cola

700

Trivia Question: Which athlete has won the most Olympic medals? 

Michael Phelps

700

Which company owns Bugatti, Lamborghini. Audi, Porsche, and Ducati?

Volkswagen

700

Trivia Question: What is the only metal that is a liquid at normal atmospheric pressure and temperature?

Mercury

700

A car is traveling at the rate of 75 kilometers per hour. How many meters is the car traveling in one minute?

1250 meters per minute.

800

How many notes are there on a standard grand piano?



88

800

How many times does blood pass through the heart during one complete circulation of the body?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

B

800

True or False? The vein is a thin wall of muscle and can hold high pressure.

False. It's true the vein is a thin wall of muscle but it can hold low pressure, not high pressure. 

800

What is the only planet that rotates on its side?

Uranus

800

Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)?

Marie Curie
800

What is the rarest blood type among humans?

AB - negative

800

Who invented scissors?

Leonardo Da Vinci

800

 I am an odd number. Take away a letter and I become even. What number am I?

Seven

900

What is Cynophobia the fear of?



Dogs
900

What were clocks missing before 1577?



Minute

900

What is the world record for the longest hiccupping spree?
A. 68 years
B. 50 years
C. 82 years 

D. 42 years

A

900

In the context of sending an email, what does “CC” stand for?

Carbon Copy

900

Explain the Brønsted-Lowry theory. 

Any compound that can transfer a proton to any other compound is an acid, and the compound that accepts the proton is a base.

900

Trivia Question: What substance are nails made out of?

Keratin

900

What is Anthropology the study of? 



Humans

900

What is the value of Pi to four individual decimal places?

3.1416

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