The Easiest Hard Quiz Ever!

15 Questions  I  By Friendsrulez on March 15, 2009
REMEMBER TO READ EACH QUESTION CAREFULLY! With a little logic, the answer is practically given. You should NOT miss a single question. Miss One and I'll consider it a brain fart. Miss Two and you can blame it on a bad day. Miss more than 2 and you are without a doubt an idiot.

  

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1.  What male author wrote "Encyclopedia Brown," the long-running series about a boy detective hired to solve the town's pettiest crimes?
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2.  What monarch of England reluctantly signed the 'Magna Carta'?
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3.  'Hypo' is the Greek prefix meaning 'beneath.' Which of the following brain structures is directly below the thalamus?
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4.  Sublimation is the direct phase change of a substance from solid to gas. What is the direct phase change of a gas to solid?
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5.  Galileo (1564-1642) published "The Starry Messenger" in what year?
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6.  In Genesis, God told Noah to build an arc and bring a pair of of each animal into the arc. Then God drowned the world. This story is very similar to...
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7.  During deep sleep, an EEG picks up the lowest frequency brain wave ranging 1-4 Hz known as the Delta wave. Put the following brain waves in order of increasing frequency.
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8.  A great civilization called Egypt blossomed in the fertile valleys of the Nile River. What does the name 'Egypt' stand for?
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9.  Madame Marie Sklodowska-Curie and her husband discovered radium in 1898. What was her husband's name?
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10.  You have 36 to the 1/2 power red flowers, four yellow flowers, and positive x number of purple flowers. Which of these do you have most of?
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11.  Who invented the assault rifle AK-47, and in what year was it patented?
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12.  Sherwood Anderson wrote his 1918 masterpiece "Winesburg, Ohio", inspired by his experience as a young man growing up in what small town?
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13.  Amendment 18 to the US Constitution prohibited the manufacture, sale, and transportation of intoxicating liquors. Which amendment later repealed Amendment 18?
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14.  The three largest countries that border Belgium are France, Germany, and the Dutch-speaking Netherlands. Which of the following is NOT an official language of Belgium?
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15.  Due to an extensive overcast, the pilots of Bockscar could not drop the atomic bomb 'Fat Man' at their original target in Kokura, and opted for their second choice in Nagasaki on August 9, 1945. What Japanese expression is now referred to someone who avoids something unpleasant without their knowing it?
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Quiz Comments (6)
confusing but interesting! i liked it a lot!
thnx crewislife...i'll fix it...even though i'd lose some data by doing so
I enjoyed taking this quiz. I do have one minor quibble however. Question number 14 says, "The three countries that border Belgium is France, Germany, and the Dutch-speaking Netherlands." First of all there are 4 counties that border Belgium, you forgot Luxembourg. Secondly, the grammar of the question is incorrect. It should say, "...border Belgium ARE..." Thanks, and sorry for being nit-picky.
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You made the questions???!!!
I hope you enjoyed taking this quiz, as I tried to make the questions as random and varied as possible. Also, hopefully, you learned something new and interesting!
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