How Genius You Are?

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Have you ever asked yourself, "How genius are you?" Be honest, you have. Well, today, with this quiz, we are going to test whether you are a genius or not. You will get different types of questions in this quiz with just one correct and sensible answer. If you pick that one, you score. If not, you fail. Let's see how many of these questions you are able to answer correctly. The more you score, the more genius you are. All the best!

• 1.

How many triangles are there in this picture?

• A.

9

• B.

6

• C.

12

• D.

More than 12

D. More than 12
Explanation
In this picture, we can see that there are 3 large triangles formed by the outer edges of the image. Additionally, there are smaller triangles formed by the intersecting lines within the larger triangles. By counting these smaller triangles, we can see that there are more than 12 triangles in total.

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• 2.

There were 15 flowers in the garden. A bee collected nectar from nine of them. How many flowers still have nectar?

• A.

6

• B.

14

• C.

15

• D.

7

C. 15
Explanation
Since the question states that the bee collected nectar from nine flowers, it implies that there are still flowers with nectar remaining. Therefore, the correct answer is 15, indicating that all 15 flowers still have nectar.

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• 3.

Can you outrun a lion who has been hungry for six months?

• A.

Yes, because the lion is dead.

• B.

Maybe

• C.

No

• D.

For a short time

A. Yes, because the lion is dead.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Yes, because the lion is dead." This answer implies that it is possible to outrun a lion who has been hungry for six months because the lion is no longer alive.

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• 4.

To find the sum of two numbers, you have to ______ the two numbers.

• A.

Minus

• B.

Divide

• C.

Multiply

• D.

Explanation
To find the sum of two numbers, you have to add the two numbers together. Adding involves combining the values of the two numbers to get a total or sum.

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• 5.

If you used the numbers 3 and 21 to get the answer of 7, you have to _______.

• A.

• B.

Minus

• C.

Divide

• D.

Multiply

C. Divide
Explanation
If you used the numbers 3 and 21 to get the answer of 7, you have to divide.

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• 6.

Which of these is the largest fish?

• A.

Blue whale

• B.

Elephant

• C.

Crocodile

• D.

None of these

D. None of these
Explanation
The question asks for the largest fish, but the options provided are not fish. The blue whale is a mammal, the elephant is a land animal, and the crocodile is a reptile. Therefore, none of these options can be considered the largest fish.

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• 7.

A blue house is made of blue bricks. A red house is made of red bricks. A yellow house is made of yellow bricks. A black house is made of black bricks. An orange house is made of orange bricks. What is a greenhouse made of?

• A.

Green bricks

• B.

Wood

• C.

Glass

• D.

Cinder blocks

C. Glass
Explanation
A greenhouse is made of glass because it is a structure that is primarily designed to allow sunlight to enter and trap heat, creating an ideal environment for plants to grow. Glass is used to construct the walls and roof of a greenhouse to maximize the amount of sunlight that can penetrate inside while also providing insulation to retain heat. This allows plants to thrive and grow in a controlled environment.

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• 8.

A hole is 6 feet wide and 12 feet around. How many cubic feet of dirt is in the hole?

• A.

65 ft

• B.

36 ft

• C.

50 ft

• D.

None

D. None
Explanation
The question states that the hole is 6 feet wide and 12 feet around. However, the circumference of a circle is calculated using the formula C = 2πr, where r is the radius. Since the question does not provide the radius, it is not possible to determine the correct answer. Therefore, the correct answer is "None".

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• 9.

If a person jumped 6 inches on Earth, how high would they be able to jump on the Moon? (The moon has 7 times less gravity)

• A.

2 1/2 ft

• B.

3 1/2 ft

• C.

4 1/2 ft

• D.

5 1/2 ft

B. 3 1/2 ft
Explanation
Due to the moon having 7 times less gravity than Earth, a person would be able to jump much higher on the moon. Since the person can jump 6 inches on Earth, they would be able to jump 7 times higher on the moon. 6 inches multiplied by 7 equals 42 inches, which is equivalent to 3 1/2 feet. Therefore, the person would be able to jump 3 1/2 feet on the moon.

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• 10.

What is 4564 x 36547/6709 + 3676 x 2356?

• A.

8,690,736

• B.

52,690,736

• C.

8,456,345

• D.

8,690,000

A. 8,690,736
Explanation
To solve this mathematical expression, you should follow the order of operations, which is typically remembered with the acronym PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, Addition and Subtraction).
Here's the step-by-step calculation:
Perform the multiplication and division from left to right: 4564 x 36547 = 166765948 166765948 / 6709 = 24880
Next, perform the multiplication: 3676 x 2356 = 8665856
Finally, add the results of the previous calculations: 24880 + 8665856 = 8690736
So, the result of the expression 4564 x 36547/6709 + 3676 x 2356 is 8,690,736.

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