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The Trivia Theory of Gravity

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
It's a general trivia quiz, but one of great gravity. Enjoy!

Question 1:


This unit of length, used mostly for maritime and aviation purposes, measures exactly 1.852 km (1.150779 miles).
Nautical mile
Furlong
Angstrom
Parsec

Question 2:

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This US state, whose name means ‘Good River’ in the local Native American language, is the only US state whose flag is not rectangular.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Iowa
Utah
Idaho
Ohio


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Question 3:


What do these five countries have in common: Nicaragua, the Philippines, Bolivia, Liechtenstein, Saudi Arabia?
They are all named after historic personalities
They all use the US dollar as their unit of currency
They are all located at an altitude above 1400 km.
They are the only producers of zirconium

Question 4:


This structure, built for a very practical purpose about 120 years ago, is the longest work of architecture on Earth.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Erie Canal
Dingo Fence
Bridge of Sighs
Great Wall of China

Question 5:


Which two of these major American cities have a common nickname?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Seattle, Washington and Wichita, Kansas
Erie, Pennsylvania and Syracuse, New York
San Diego, California and Syracuse, New York
Louisville, Kentucky and New Haven, Connecticut

Question 6:


This American writer and teacher became the first woman US Senator, although she occupied the position for only one day.
Jeanne Rankin
Rebecca Latimer Felton
Hatie Caraway
Nellie Taylor Rose

Question 7:


Which collective noun denotes a group of storks?
a mustering
a smack
a flight
a rafter

Question 8:


This is an uncommon English word deriving from the Yiddish word for "to drag" and means "to move something from one place to another with difficulties."
Glitch
Schlep
Kibbitz
Maven

Question 9:


What is the next number in the following sequence, having in mind that it is related to positive integers: 1, 0.5, 0.333, 0.25, 0.2, 0.166, 0.142?
0.125
0.314
0.100
0.190

Question 10:


The English language has quite a variety of words for the babies of different animals. What is the proper word for a baby swan?
Weaner
Chick
Keet
Sygnet

 


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