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Q 1. 2+2, then triple that answer. What do you get?
Q 2. Which word from the following is correctly spelt?
Q 3. Which one is a shape?
Q 4. What is the capital of Republic of the Congo?
Q 5. If 1=z,2=y,3=x,4=w , what is 5 equal to?
Q 6. What kind of animal is a kite?
Q 7. Which of the following words has a vowel?
Q 8. How many days are there in a Leap Year?
Q 9. In 78,543 in which place is the 8?
Q 10. The word “cerebral” has to do with?
being a celebrity
being a cereal eater
being nervous on stage
Q 11. Which of the following elements is not a heavy metal?
Q 12. Which of the family is the largest of the “big cat” family?
Q 13. The mountain lion, or cougar, of the Americas is also known as the
Q 14. Who piloted the command of the Apollo 11 module while Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin explored the surface of the Moon?
Q 15. Who assassinated Robert Kennedy in 1968?
John Wilkes Booth
Lee Harvey Oswald
Q 16. Which of the following broke up in real life with Adam Smith of “13 Reasons Why” fame?
Q 17. Who is the youngest contestant ever to be in the Top 10 of American Idol
Q 18. The Prado Museum is located in which city?
Q 19. The Tropic of Cancer passes through which of following latitudes?
23.5 degrees south latitude
26.5 degrees north latitude
26.5 degrees south latitude
23.5 degrees north latitude
Q 20. The Tenzing-Hilary Airport is in which country?
Q 21. What is the English equivalent of the German surname Fassbender/Fassbinder?
Q 22. Which British actor played the roles of Nikita Khrushchev, Beria, Manuel Noriega, Pope John XXIII, Mussolini, Winston Churchill and J. Edgar Hoover?
Sir Laurence Oliver
Q 23. Which of the following planets rotates clockwise?
Q 24. What is the groove in the space between one’s nose and top lip called?
Q 25. What is the art of growing and grooming one’s facial hair called?