Unknown Facts Trivia Knowledge Test: Can You Pass IT? Quiz

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This is an Unknown Facts Trivia Knowledge Test, Can You Pass It? How are you when it comes to the world around you, do you see just how the past and present things that have happened to shape the world as we know it? How about you take up the quiz and see if you can learn some new facts. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    According to some historians, what American car company supported the Nazis?
    • A. 

      Ford

    • B. 

      Pepsi

    • C. 

      Pizza Hut

    • D. 

      Disney

  • 2. 
    A king controls a kingdom. A count controls a county. In this sense, what does a prince control?
    • A. 

      Courtship

    • B. 

      Queendom

    • C. 

      Empire

    • D. 

      Principality

  • 3. 
    Homer wrote the story about Odysseus called the Odyssey. Virgil wrote a story about Aeneas. What is it called?
    • A. 

      The Iliad

    • B. 

      The Aeneid

    • C. 

      The Divine Comedy

    • D. 

      The Prince

  • 4. 
    God renamed Abram to Abraham. What did God rename Abraham's wife Sarai?
    • A. 

      Sarah

    • B. 

      Jezebel

    • C. 

      Hager

    • D. 

      Eve

  • 5. 
    My American Government textbook distinguishes 'rights' from 'liberties.' According to the author, the "Bill of Rights," the first ten amendments to the US constitution, would more accurately be classified as...
    • A. 

      Civil rights

    • B. 

      Civil liberties

    • C. 

      Cybill sheperb

    • D. 

      Cybill union

  • 6. 
    The myth is 1 in 10 people is gay. Due to a non-random sample population, Dr. Alfred Kinsey's famous report is now considered an overestimation. Today, researchers say that the actual percentage of Americans who identify themselves as gay is only...
    • A. 

      12-13%

    • B. 

      24-25%

    • C. 

      14-15%

    • D. 

      2-3%

  • 7. 
    In Nathaniel West's 1933 short novel "Miss Lonelyhearts," the title character is actually a male advice columnist who uses that pseudonym for his job. Most of the depressing, tragic letters he reads and responds to start out with...
    • A. 

      Dear Nathaniel West

    • B. 

      Dear Miss Lonelyhearts

    • C. 

      Dear Mister Lonelyhearts

    • D. 

      Deer in the headlights

  • 8. 
    The six naturally occurring noble gases are helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon. Though noble gases have very low chemical reactivity, xenon seems to be the most reactive of the bunch. Place the noble gases in order of decreasing reactivity.
    • A. 

      Xe > O > Ar

    • B. 

      Xe > Kr > Ar

    • C. 

      Ne > He > Xe

    • D. 

      Ar > Kr > Xe

  • 9. 
    Which of the following scenarios is NOT in accordance with Newton's Third Law of Motion: For every action force, there is a reaction force equal in magnitude and in the opposite direction.
    • A. 

      When you do a one-handed push-up, the force that your arm exerts down onto the floor is the SAME as the force the floor exerts up on you.

    • B. 

      Taking down the spare pin, the force that the bowling ball exerts on the pin is EQUAL in magnitude to the force the pin exerts on the ball.

    • C. 

      When you bite your tongue, the force of your teeth on your tongue is AS GREAT AS the force of your tongue against your teeth.

    • D. 

      When a semi-truck hits a motorcycle, the force that the semi-truck exerts on the motorcycle is GREATER than the force that the motorcycle exerts on the semi-truck.

  • 10. 
    Cellular metabolism can be complicated, but a good way to remember the reactions is to count the carbons. At the beginning of the Kreb's Cycle, Acetyl-CoA (2 C) reacts with Oxaloacetate (4 C) to produce CoA and what other product? Assume that the carbons of CoA are negligible.
    • A. 

      Pyruvate (3 C)

    • B. 

      Fumarate (4 C)

    • C. 

      Ketoglutate (5 C)

    • D. 

      Citrate (6 C)

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