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Part 2

20 Questions

1. What is 2.1 times ten to the sixth power, written in standard form?
2. A rooster is on a pointed roof. If it lays an egg, which way will it fall?
*None of these
*It will balance on the top
3. In the world of genetics, what is the term for the physical appearance of a trait?
Answer: (One Word)
4. Who is the creator of Napster?
Answer: (Two Words)
5. Which of the following doesn't belong?
6. What is the English translation of the German word Hausaufgaben?
*Verb for the term of giving a test
*I just made it up!!!!
7. All scholars agree that there are seven continents.
* True *False
8. What percent of people that use Personal Ads for dating are already married?
*12 *35
*48 *70
9. The sentence 'The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog' is a strange, yet unique sentence. Why is that?
*Used in Top Secret Spy Missions
*Largest complete sentence
*Sentence created by 10 year old boy, used in a game of tag
*It contains all letters of the alphabet
10. The largest word that is typed with only the left hand is ______.
*Retarded *Uncopyrightable
*Werewolf *Stewardesses
11. What substance do pearls melt in?
*Lemon Juice
*Sugar Water
12. What are the only primates that don't have pigment in the palms of their hands?
*Humans *Gorillas
*Apes *Chimpanzees
13. What is 111,111,111 x 111,111,111?
14. What household spice is extremely poisonous if injected intravaneously?
*Pepper *Cinnamon
*Nutmeg *Sugar
15. If a raisin was put into a glass of Champagne, what would it repeatedly do?
*Turn on it's side on the surface
*Rise to the surface and sink to the bottom
*Just sit on the bottom and spin
*Float on the surface and bob under a bit
16. What animal has virtually the same fingerprints as a human?
*Koalas *Kangaroos
*Apes *Dingoes
17. How many possible ways is there to make change for a dollar?
*109 *76
*432 *293
18. Which is further North?
*Tropic of Capricorn
*Tropic of Cancer
*0 degrees latitude
19. In which hemisphere do penguins live?
Answer: (One Word Southern or Northern)
20. Which of these elements did Marie Curie discover?
*Cesium *Francium
*Polonium *Sulphur

1. 2100000
2. None of these.
Roosters don't lay eggs.
3. phenotype
4. Shawn Fanning and Shawn and Fanning
5. Bytosine
Guanine, Thymine and Cytosine are three of the four bases that make up DNA. The other is adenine. Bytosine is not a word!
6. Homework
7. False
North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and Antarctica are the seven continents as traditionally taught in North America up to the 1960s. Other schools of thought sat that there are five: the Americas, Eurasia, Oceania (Australia), Africa and Antarctica OR Europe and Asia separate, and Antarctica not counted at all. Yet others count six, with North and South America separate plus Eurasia, Oceania, Africa and Antarctica.
8. 35
9. It contains all letters of the alphabet.
That sentence was developed by Western Union to test communications.
10. Stewardess
Uncopyrightable is the longest word in the English language without repeating a letter.
11. Vinegar
12. Humans
13. 12,345,678,987,654,321
14. Nutmeg
15. Rise to the surface and sink to the bottom.
16. Koala
17. 293
18. Tropic of Cancer
19. Southern and southern and south and south
They live as far North as the Galapagos Islands.
20. Polonium
Source: Funtrivia.com

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