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100

This molecule has the atomic number of 1

Hydrogen

100

Which four presidents are on Mount Rushmore?

George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, and Theodore Roosevelt

100

This is the most consumed beverage in the world

Tea


100

This is mecca is the smallest country on the earth

Vatican City

100

This American Football Team was the only team to go undeafeated in a season, including the super bowl

Miami Dolphins

200

Today, most commercial varieties of this antibiotic are produced by the mold P. chrysogenum

Penicillin

200

What was the name of the series of programs and projects President Franklin D. Roosevelt enacted during The Great Depression?

The New Deal

200

This is the only edible food that never expires

Honey

200

This country borders 14 nations and crosses 8 time zones

Russia

200

This country won the first ever World Cup in 1930

Uruguay 

300

The tallest grass on earth is named this

Bamboo

300

This is referred to as a "process by which Americans are quadrennially reminded of Iowa's existence"

The Iowa Caucusses

300

In the State of Georgia, it is illegal to eat this food with a fork

Fried Chicken

300

In France they have some called Grande Vitesse; in Japan, they have Shinkansen

Trains

300

In addition to being baseball's all-time hit king, he is also the games leader with 3,562

Pete Rose

400

This lobe of the brain deals with hearing and langauge

Temporal

400

What was the name of the battle in the Pacific fought between the U.S. Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy in June 1942?

Midway

400

For about 20 years after its invention, it had few practical uses; then suddenly it revolutionized grocery checkouts & home audio

The Laser

400

If you've just bought the book "Discovering Denali", you must be planning a trip to this state

Alaska

400

Larry Bird was called the "Hick from French Lick"--this state was his home

Indiana

500

Many of us believe that the average human has 5 senses, but that’s not actually true. What two other senses do we have that are often left unknown to most lay people?

Vestibular and Proprioception

500

Before George W. Bush, he was the last president to have both his parents attend his inauguration

John F Kennedy

500

This "stately" horse is the only breed capable of naturally overstriding

Tennesse Walker

500

The Arabic name of this Muslim nation in northwest Africa means "The Western Kingdom"

Morroco

500

This University has 8 College Basketball National Championships and is hailed at the "Greatest Tradition"

University of Kentucky

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