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Day of the Triviatrids

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
More general trivia questions. I hope you like them.

Question 1:


Which of these words means "dealing with charity" or "aided by charity?"
Nescient
Parvenu
Eleemosynary
Thaumaturgh

Question 2:


U.S. President Harding's administration was rocked by this scandal, involving oil.
Credit Mobilier
Teapot Dome
Skull Island
Livingston-Heathcote

Question 3:


Hammer v. Dagenhart was an important Supreme Court case, which dealt what topic?
The right to privacy
Child labor vis-a-vis interstate commerce
Segragation
Abortion rights

Question 4:


The terms "ahimsa" and "satyagraha " are generally associated with whom?
Mahatma Gandhi
Indira Gandhi
Buddha
Angelina Jolie

Question 5:


This friend of Vincent Van Gogh and once-successful stockbroker produced the famous work, "The Yellow Christ."
Gauguin
Matisse
Pisarro
Cezanne

Question 6:


Which English coin represented one-twentieth of a pound?
Shilling
Pence
Crown
Farthing

Question 7:


The states of Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado form an exception to what important mathematical theorem?
Fermat's Last Theorem
Four Color Theorem
Continuum Theorem
Goldbach's Theorem

Question 8:


Which of the following types of music are not generally associated with Jamaica?
Reggae
Mento
Ska
Calypso

Question 9:


The Golden State Warriors of the NBA once traded a player and a draft choice for center, Billy Joel Carroll. Who were the two players they traded?
Cliff Hagan and "Easy" Ed MCCauley
Robert Parrish and Kevin McHale
Dennis Johnson and JoJo White
Rick Barry and Fred Hetzel

Question 10:


Three of these people were competitors and / or critics of Newton. Can you spot the odd one?
Christian Huygens
Robert Hooke
Gottfried Leibnitz
Issac Barrow

 


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