Call Yourself a Walking Encyclopedia? Can You Answer These 30 Questions?

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 Feb 22, 2020
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Question: 1/30Choose Your Answer:


The financial district of Wall Street is located in what city?
San Francisco
Los Angeles
New York City

Question: 2/30Choose Your Answer:


How many ounces are there in a pound?
32
16
64

Question: 3/30Choose Your Answer:


What color flag is the signal for surrender?
White
Red
Yellow

Question: 4/30Choose Your Answer:


Which U.S. President signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act establishing NASA?
John Kennedy
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Harry Truman

Question: 5/30Choose Your Answer:


What vitamin is sometimes referred to as the "sunshine vitamin"?
Vitamin A
Vitamin D
Vitamin K

Question: 6/30Choose Your Answer:


What large island is south of Melbourne, Australia?
Tazmania
New Zealand
Papua New Guinea

Question: 7/30Choose Your Answer:


How many compartments does the cow's stomach have?
10
4
8

Question: 8/30Choose Your Answer:


What were southerners who cooperated with the North after the Civil War known as?
Scalawags
Carpetbaggers
Redeemers

Question: 9/30Choose Your Answer:


Petroselinum crispum is the Latin name of which herb?
Parsley
Tumeric
Rosemary

Question: 10/30Choose Your Answer:


The majority of the Sierra Nevada Mountains are located in which state?
California
Nevada
Arizona

Question: 11/30Choose Your Answer:


What Cajun dish is a mixture of rice, sausage, chicken, shrimp, oysters, and spices?
Gumbo
Jambalaya
Boudin

Question: 12/30Choose Your Answer:


By what name is the island of Rapa Nui better known?
Fiji
Easter Island
Tahiti

Question: 13/30Choose Your Answer:


The majority of the World's real cinnamon comes from what island nation?
Sri Lanka
East Timor
Barbados

Question: 14/30Choose Your Answer:


What is the common name for the fruit known as "Citrus grandis"?
Orange
Grapefruit
Lemon

Question: 15/30Choose Your Answer:


The Battle of Lexington occurred at the start of what war?
The Revolution
The Civil War
The War of 1812

Question: 16/30Choose Your Answer:


What is the top layer of the Earth called?
Crust
Mantle
Core

Question: 17/30Choose Your Answer:


What is the capital of Spain?
Barcelona
Madrid
Seville

Question: 18/30Choose Your Answer:


What is a perfect score in bowling?
200
1000
300

Question: 19/30Choose Your Answer:


hat classic novel's subtitle is "The Modern Prometheus"?
Dracula
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Frankenstein

Question: 20/30Choose Your Answer:


Who was responsible for "conducting" the underground railroad rescuing slaves during the Civil War?
Frederick Douglass
Harriet Tubman
Nat Turner

Question: 21/30Choose Your Answer:


A scientist who studies reptiles and amphibians is known as a what?
Ichthyologist
Botanist
Herpetologist

Question: 22/30Choose Your Answer:


What Canadian Province is located between Saskatchewan and Ontario?
Alberta
Nova Scotia
Manitoba

Question: 23/30Choose Your Answer:


Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the world, is located in what country?
Chile
Venezuela
Peru

Question: 24/30Choose Your Answer:


What was banned in the US under the terms of the 18th Amendment?
Guns
Alcohol
Marijuana

Question: 25/30Choose Your Answer:


What nation was led by Peter the Great?
Ireland
France
Russia

Question: 26/30Choose Your Answer:


Which planet is named after the God of Love?
Venus
Mercury
Mars

Question: 27/30Choose Your Answer:


President Gerald Ford was a member of which political party?
Democrat
Republican
Indpendent

Question: 28/30Choose Your Answer:


The koala eats the leaves from this tree.
Palm
Jade
Eucalyptus

Question: 29/30Choose Your Answer:


What is the third sign of the Zodiac?
Gemini
Pisces
Leo

Question: 30/30Choose Your Answer:


What is added to copper to make bronze?
Gold
Silver
Tin
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