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Q 1. Which of the following is a keyboard layout?
- Dutch standard
- A-ZQ layout
- Plus-3 keyboard
Q Alt 1. Which city is currently home to this ancient Egyptian bust?
Q 2. Can you name the capital of the country highlighted in white on the map?
Q Alt 2. Where in the eastern hemisphere will you find Mount Fuji? Select the letter that corresponds to the country.
Q Alt 2-2. Technically speaking, how many brains does this sea creature have? Type your answer below.
Q 3. Which factoid is not true about the insect seen here?
- They catch prey 90-95% of the time
- They’ve been on Earth for over 400 million years
- Fossils from Paleozoic period show ancestors with 2ft. wingspans
- They can eat around 30-100 mosquitos a day
Q Alt 3. Which of the following animals is considered critically endangered?
Q 4. What is this building called?
- Angkor Wat
- Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre
- Chichén Itzá
- Taj Mahal
Q Alt 4. In which city is this building located?
Q Alt 4-2. Which of the following countries is NOT in the British commonwealth?
- New Zealand
Q 5. Can you figure out this chocolate equation? Enter the solution below.
Q Alt 5. Can you figure out this chocolate equation? Enter the solution below.
Q 6. What’s the name of the artist who painted this piece of art? Type the name below.
Q Alt 6. In which country was the artist who painted this piece of art born? Type the country name below.
Q 7. Look closely at the list of four planets below. Can you tell us which one is the odd one out?
Q Alt 7. Can you tell us the company based on the font and slogan seen here?
Q Alt 7-2. Which of the countries linked to these capital cities comes last alphabetically?
Q 8. Which type of nut is used to flavor the chocolate spread ‘Nutella’?
Q Alt 8. To which island or island chain are these cuties native?
Q Alt 8-2. What will this piece of paper look like folded when it is cut in such a way?
Q 9. Which atomic symbol represents the element found in the very first thermometers developed by Daniel Fahrenheit?
Q Alt 9. Which element shares its atomic number with the number of teeth adults have?
Q Alt 9-2. The chemical symbols of which three elements combine to make the word CuTe?
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