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Going Fourth

written by: spaauw
 
Everyone remembers the first, second and third places... but what about the fourth? Test your knowledge of famous fourths.

Question 1:


China is the most populous nation in the world. India is second, and the USA is third. What is the fourth most populous nation in the world?
Japan
Indonesia
Pakistan
Russia

Question 2:


What book did author Douglas Adams describe as "the fourth book in the Hitchhiker trilogy"?
Life, the Universe and Everything
So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish
The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Question 3:


Who was the fourth US president?
James Madison
John Quincy Adams
James Monroe
Thomas Jefferson

Question 4:


What is referred to as the "fourth dimension"?
length
height
time
weight

Question 5:


What is the fourth estate?
the clergy
the press
the nobles
the commoners

Question 6:


What is referred to by the term "fourth world" (in contrast to the better-known terms "first world", "second world" and "third world"?
undiscovered societies
disenfranchised societies
interplanetary societies
global societies

Question 7:


What is the fourth amendment to the US Constitution?
The right to not be subject to the quartering of soldiers
The right to bear arms
The right to not be subject to unreasonable searches and seizures
The right to not be subject to self incrimination

Question 8:


What is the fourth largest nation in the world in area?
USA
Brazil
China
Australia

Question 9:


We all know that New York, Los Angeles and Chicago are the three largest cities in the USA. What is the fourth largest city in the USA, as measured by metropolitan area (SMSA) according to 2006 US Census Bureau estimates?
Philadelphia
Miami
Houston
Dallas-Fort Worth

Question 10:


What is the fourth largest city in Canada (after Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver), as measured by metropolitan area according to 2006 estimates?
Ottawa
Winnipeg
Calgary
Edmonton

Question 11:


Who was the fourth baseball player to hit 600 home runs in the US major leagues (Babe Ruth, of course, was the first)?
Ken Griffey, Jr.
Barry Bonds
Willie Mays
Sammy Sosa

Question 12:


What nation won the fourth World Cup (of football/soccer) in 1950?
England
France
Brazil
Uruguay

 


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