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Q 1. ‘The City of Angels’ is New York City’s nickname.
Q 2. Disney World is in Florida.
Q 3. Los Angeles has hosted the most Super Bowls.
Q 4. Elvis Presley loved peanut butter.
Q 5. Texas is the second largest state in the United States, both by population and area.
- True, and it is twice as big as France
- False, it is the third most populous state
- False, it is the third largest state by area
- True, and it is twice as big as Japan and Germany
Q 6. If you encounter a black bear you should retreat calmly and slowly wave your arms.
- True, and if the bear attacks, fight back
- False, you should shout and run away
- False, you should stay where you are and try to scare the bear
- True, and if the bear attacks, play dead
Q 7. The Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom.
- True, and it was Fox’s second series to land in the Top 30 ratings in its debut season.
- False, but it was the first successful animated program in the U.S. since the 1970s
- True, and its creator has won thirteen Primetime Emmy Awards!
- False, it is the second-longest running American sitcom.
Q 8. ‘I Love Lucy’ stars Lucille Ball and her real-life husband Desi Arnaz.
- True, and it was the first show to feature an ensemble cast
- True, and it was the most watched show in the U.S. in all six of its seasons
- False, Desi Arnaz was only a close friend
- False, William Frawley was Lucille Ball’s real-life husband
Q 9. The Liberty Bell appeared on the Eisenhower dollar.
- True, and on the coin it appeared behind the eagle
- False, it appeared only on the Franklin half dollar
- True, and on the coin it was superimposed against the moon
- False, it appeared on the first Forever Stamp issued in 2002
Q 10. Cedar Point is located in the same state as the capital city shown below.
- True, and Cedar Point has eight roller coasters that are at least 200 feet in height
- False, the capital city is located in the same state as Hershey Park
- True, and Blue Streak is Cedar Point’s oldest operating roller coaster
- False, the city shown is not a state capital
Q 11. It takes 43 seconds to reach the top of the Space Needle by elevator.
- False, it takes 41 seconds
- True, and it takes 36 seconds to descend the Space Needle
- False, it takes 47 seconds
Q 12. Andy Warhol once worked as a hat designer.
- True, he was a hat designer for Israel Miller
- False, he designed clothes
- False, he drew shoe advertisements
- True, he designed hats and shoes
Q 13. The highest summit of the southern Front Range of the Rocky Mountains in North America is named after a band of Ute people.
- True, and their tradition states that they were created on the mountain
- False, it was named after a President
- True, and they lived on the mountain for 500 years
- False, it was named after an American explorer
Q 14. All these cities are in Florida.
- True, and three of them are found along the Gulf of Mexico
- False, only two of them are in Florida
Q 15. How many words can you find that make this a true statement: Bald eagles are _______ .