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 Mar 26, 2020
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Question: 1/40Choose Your Answer!


Which of the following animals are nocturnal?
Owls
Squirrels
Foxes

Question: 2/40Answer Explanation!


Out of owls, foxes and squirrels, the owl is the only animal who is nocturnal. Nocturnal meaning that the animal sleeps during the daytime and is most active at the nighttime.
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Question: 3/40Choose Your Answer!


Who was known for creatively inventing the telephone?
Benjamin Franklin
Thomas Edison
Alexander Graham Bell

Question: 4/40Answer Explanation!


Alexander Graham Bell was best known for his invention of the telephone in 1885. Due to his creation, he received his first patent in 1876.
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Question: 5/40Choose Your Answer!


A golf course contains how many holes?
4
18
9

Question: 6/40Answer Explanation!


A standard golf course is known to contain 18 holes due to the Royal and Ancient Golf Club (R&A) reducing the amount of holes from 22 to 18 in 1764.
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Question: 7/40Choose Your Answer!


If you are in California, you will swim in the ___ Ocean.
Pacific
Indian
Atlantic

Question: 8/40Answer Explanation!


California residents swim in the Pacific Ocean because the Pacific ocean extends from the Arctic Ocean to the Southern Ocean. Unlike the rest, the Pacific Ocean is known to be the deepest and largest ocean on planet Earth.
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Question: 9/40Choose Your Answer!


There are ___ years in a century.
1000
10
100

Question: 10/40Answer Explanation!


A decade is a period of 10 years, a century is a period of 100 years and a millennium is a period of 1000 years.
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Question: 11/40Choose Your Answer!


True or False: When you are looking at the stars, you are actually seeing balls of gas.
True
False

Question: 12/40Answer Explanation!


The answer is true! Being primarily made of hydrogen and helium, stars are actually known for being a luminous spheroid of plasma. Aka: Large balls of gas held together by gravity.
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Question: 13/40Choose Your Answer!


Leonardo da Vinci's painting, "The Mona Lisa" can be found in which museum?
National Gallery
The Louvre
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Question: 14/40Answer Explanation!


The Mona Lisa was acquired by the Louvre in 1804. It was hung in the Grand Galley until August 1911, when Leonardo's famous painting was stolen. Fortunately, the Louvre recovered the painting 2 years later.
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Question: 15/40Choose Your Answer!


Winnie the Pooh wouldn't be the same without his good friend, ____.
Eeyore
Minnie
Penelope

Question: 16/40Answer Explanation!


Written by A. A. Milne, the beloved story of Winnie The Pooh features a fictional teddy bear named Pooh. The wonderful stories tell grand adventures of Pooh with his friends Tigger, Kanga, Piglet, Rabbit, Roo, and Eeyore.
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Question: 17/40Choose Your Answer!


If you want your diet to include more potassium eat a(n) ___.
Apple
Pear
Banana

Question: 18/40Answer Explanation!


Bananas are known for containing a high amount of potassium. If you were to eat a medium sized banana (7" to 7/8") you would consume 422 mg of potassium.
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Question: 19/40Choose Your Answer!


True or False: Dinosaurs and humans coexisted.
True
False

Question: 20/40Answer Explanation!


The answer is false! Dinosaurs were extinct for nearly 65 million years before humans appeared on Earth.
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Question: 21/40Choose Your Answer!


True or False: The Olympic flag has seven rings.
True
False

Question: 22/40Answer Explanation!


The answer is false! There are five Olympic rings. In 1913, de Coubertin designed the symbol to represent the five continents: Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania, and the Americas.
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Question: 23/40Choose Your Answer!


In The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, who wanted a heart?
Tin Woodman
Scarecrow
Lion

Question: 24/40Answer Explanation!


Throughout Dorothy's route to go home, she crosses paths with a scarecrow who wanted a brain, a cowardly lion who wanted courage, and a Tin Man who wanted a heart.
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Question: 25/40Choose Your Answer!


President ___ was known for serving the shortest time in office.
Richard Nixon
William Henry Harrison
Andrew Johnson

Question: 26/40Answer Explanation!


William Henry Harrison, the 9th president, is known for being the shortest-serving president in the USA. After just one month in office, Harrison passed away on April 4, 1841 from Typhoid fever.
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Question: 27/40Choose Your Answer!


Which of the answers below is NOT a prime number?
23
1
17
4

Question: 28/40Answer Explanation!


A prime number is a number greater than 1 that cannot be created by multiplying two smaller numbers. The only number that can be equaled by multiplying two smaller numbers is 4.
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Question: 29/40Choose Your Answer!


What is the most populate state in the USA?
South Dakota
Pennsylvania
California

Question: 30/40Answer Explanation!


California contains a population of 39,536,653 making it the most populated state in the US.
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Question: 31/40Choose Your Answer!


Peter Pan wouldn't be the same with his magical fairy, ___.
Puck
Tinker Bell
Thistledown

Question: 32/40Answer Explanation!


Tinker Bell is a fictional character from the 1904 play, Peter Pan. In 1953, she appeared in the Walt Disney's animated picture Peter Pan.
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Question: 33/40Choose Your Answer!


True or False: There are six planets in the solar system.
True
False

Question: 34/40Answer Explanation!


The answer is false! There are eight planets in the solar system. They are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
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Question: 35/40Choose Your Answer!


Red, Yellow, and Blue are ___ colors.
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary

Question: 36/40Answer Explanation!


Red, yellow, and blue are primary colors because they are able to create all other colors by simply being mixed.
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Question: 37/40Choose Your Answer!


What does the "B" stand for in BLT?
Bread
Beef
Bananas
Bacon

Question: 38/40Answer Explanation!


"BLT" stands for bacon, lettuce, and tomato.
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Question: 39/40Choose Your Answer!


True or False: Madonna is famously known for singing, "Girls Just Want To Have Fun".
True
False

Question: 40/40Answer Explanation!


The answer is false! Cyndi Lauper is famously known for her single of "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" which was released in 1979.
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