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Welcome to the ultimate General Knowledge Quiz featuring a collection of questions from geography, math, chemistry, english and history.  Do you think you remember everything you were taught in school?  Try your luck and test your memory to see if you can pass!  Click START QUIZ to begin your journey through these general knowledge questions.  Let's Play!

How many seasons are there?
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4
3
2
5
What color do you get from mixing the colors red and blue?
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Purple
Brown
Yellow
Green
The sun rises in what cardinal direction?
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East
West
South
North
"And," "but," and "or" are examples of what?
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Preposition
Adverb
Conjunction
Contraction
The process of liquid turning into a gas is an example of what?
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Evaporation
Condensation
Precipitation
Transpiration
Who was John F. Kennedy's vice president?
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Lyndon B. Johnson
Richard Nixon
Gerald Ford
Dwight D. Eisenhower
How many stars are on the American Flag?
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50
49
51
48
Which of these animals is an herbivore?
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Sheep
Whale
Frog
Lion
The Earth revolves around the ______?
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Sun
Moon
Mars
Jupiter
The words, "Go," "Ask," and "Kick" are examples of what?
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Action verbs
Pronouns
Adjectives
Prepositions
A triangle with one 90 degree angle is called what?
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Right Triangle
Scalene Triangle
Isosceles Triangle
Equilateral Triangle
The distance around the outside of a circle is called what?
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Circumference
Diameter
Area
Radius
How many inches are in a foot?
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12 inches
10 inches
16 inches
22 inches
Which of these words should NOT always begin with a capital letter?
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December
Asia
Canada
Church
How many continents are there in the world?
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7
10
50
32
The sum of the angles of a Triangle are always _____ degrees?
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180
360
90
240
Humans are classified as what?
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Mammals
Mitochondria
Fungi
Marsupials
Aside from Hawaii, what is the only non-contiguous US state?
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Alaska
California
Florida
Oregon
How many legs does a spider typically have?
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8
4
6
12
Which ocean is on the west coast of the United States?
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Pacific
Atlantic
Indian
Arctic
How many weeks are in one year?
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52
56
54
58
What is the name of the planet that is closest to the sun in our galaxy?
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Mercury
Neptune
Earth
Mars
What is the fastest land animal?
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Cheetah
Coyote
Lion
Zebra
If you have 4 dollars, 3 quarters, 2 dimes and one nickel, how much money do you have?
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$5.00
$4.95
$5.05
$4.80
Magnets are attracted to items containing what?
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Metal
Glass
Rubber
Plastic
What bodily organ is pictured here?
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Stomach
Lungs
Heart
Kidney
The words "to," "under" and "over" are examples of what?
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Prepositions
Conjunctions
Verbs
Pronouns
What is the state abbreviation for Maine?
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MA
MS
MT
ME
What is the state capital of New York?
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New York
Albany
Manhattan
Syracuse
What was the 50th state of the United States?
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Hawaii
Alaska
Puerto Rico
Bahamas
Who was the first President of the United States?
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George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Alexander Hamilton
Thomas Jefferson
Uganda, Tanzania and Namibia are all countries located in which continent?
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Africa
Europe
South America
Asia
A collection of maps is called a what?
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Almanac
Atlas
Encyclopedia
Philatelist
An octopus has how many tentacles?
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8
10
12
6
The sculpture known as Mount Rushmore is comprised of what four President's faces?
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George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln
George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln
George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, John Adams, Andrew Jackson
George Washington, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton
The center of the Earth is called what?
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The Core
The Mantle
The Crust
The Basin
Which continent is the largest?
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Asia
Africa
Europe
North America
What chemical element does the symbol Fe stand for in the periodic table?
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Iron
Zinc
Sulfur
Phosphorus
What is the capital of Italy?
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Rome
Madrid
Florence
Paris
What is the name for a shape with six sides?
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Hexagon
Octagon
Pentagon
Heptagon
Where is the Golden Gate Bridge located?
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San Francisco
Los Angeles
Sacramento
San Diego
What part of an atom is located inside the nucleus?
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Protons
Electrons
Cloud
Carbon
Which of these plays did William Shakespeare write?
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Hamlet
Faust
The Spanish Tragedy
The Duchess of Malfi
Jane Austen wrote which of the following novels?
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The Catcher in the Rye
Little Women
Pride and Prejudice
Wuthering Heights
How many cups are in a quart?
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4
6
8
10
Which fruit is traditionally the primary ingredient in wine?
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Grapes
Blueberries
Peaches
Raspberries
What is on the national emblem of the United States?
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Bald Eagle
Sword
Statue of Liberty
Flag
Which dinosaur on the list was NOT a herbivore?
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Tyrannosaurus Rex
Triceratops
Stegosaurus
Brachiosaurus
What is the term Wall Street uses in a down-trending market?
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Bear
Bull
Dog
Sloth
Which civil rights activist was famous for refusing to give up her seat on a bus?
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Rosa Parks
Malcolm X
Martin Luther King Jr.
Ella Baker

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