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• 1.

### 12 × 3 = ?

• A.

36

• B.

48

• C.

26

• D.

24

A. 36
Explanation
The correct answer is 36 because when you multiply 12 by 3, you get the product of 36.

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• 2.

### 10 × 11 = ?

• A.

110

• B.

1000

• C.

1111

• D.

101

A. 110
Explanation
The correct answer is 110 because when you multiply 10 by 11, you get 110.

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• 3.

### What year was modern chewing gum patented in the United States?

• A.

1869

• B.

1879

• C.

1890

• D.

1896

A. 1869
Explanation
Chewing gum was patented in the United States in 1869. This means that the invention of modern chewing gum occurred in that year.

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• 4.

### 11 × 9 = ?

• A.

19

• B.

99

• C.

90

• D.

20

B. 99
Explanation
The correct answer is 99. This is because when you multiply 11 by 9, you get 99.

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• 5.

### 13 × 2 = ?

• A.

26

• B.

15

• C.

36

• D.

16

A. 26
Explanation
The correct answer is 26 because when you multiply 13 by 2, you get the product of 26.

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• 6.

### What job invented the modern chewing gum?

• A.

Orthodontist

• B.

Doctor

• C.

Nutritionist

• D.

Dentist

D. Dentist
Explanation
The correct answer is Dentist. Dentists played a significant role in inventing modern chewing gum. In the late 19th century, a dentist named William Semple developed the first commercial chewing gum made from a rubber-like substance. This invention paved the way for the modern chewing gum industry, which is now a multi-billion dollar industry worldwide. Dentists continue to play a crucial role in promoting oral health and recommending chewing gum as a way to improve dental hygiene.

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• 7.

### What is gum base made up of?

• A.

Glass and plastics

• B.

Plastics and rubbers

• C.

Wood and glass

• D.

Rubbers and plants

B. Plastics and rubbers
Explanation
Gum base is made up of a combination of plastics and rubbers. This mixture gives gum its chewy and elastic texture. Plastics provide durability and elasticity, while rubbers contribute to the flexibility and stretchiness of the gum.

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• 8.

### 14 × 2 = ?

• A.

48

• B.

54

• C.

28

• D.

17

C. 28
Explanation
The correct answer is 28 because when you multiply 14 by 2, you get the product of 28.

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• 9.

### What is one of the liquids that they pour into the mixer with the gum base to make the gum sweet?

• A.

Sugar

• B.

Honey

• C.

Glucose syrup

• D.

Vanilla

C. Glucose syrup
Explanation
Glucose syrup is one of the liquids that is poured into the mixer with the gum base to make the gum sweet. Glucose syrup is a sweetener made from corn starch and it helps to give the gum its desired sweetness.

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• 10.

### The gum is ready to be taken out of the mixer when it has the consistency of:

• A.

Pizza dough

• B.

• C.

Clay

• D.

Play-do

Explanation
The gum is ready to be taken out of the mixer when it has the consistency of bread dough. This means that the gum should be elastic, smooth, and pliable, similar to the texture of bread dough. It should be able to hold its shape and be easily manipulated without sticking to surfaces or crumbling. This consistency ensures that the gum is properly mixed and ready to be used or shaped as desired.

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• 11.

### 30 × 4 = ?

• A.

120

• B.

64

• C.

70

• D.

1200

A. 120
Explanation
The correct answer is 120 because when you multiply 30 by 4, you are essentially adding 30 four times. So, 30 + 30 + 30 + 30 equals 120.

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• 12.

### 20 × 10 = ?

• A.

200

• B.

20010

• C.

2120

• D.

1200

A. 200
Explanation
The multiplication of 20 and 10 is equal to 200.

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• 13.

### What do they seal the tub with bubble gum with when they are packaging?

• A.

Metal

• B.

Glass

• C.

Plastic

• D.

Paper

C. Plastic
Explanation
The correct answer is Plastic. When packaging, they seal the tub with bubble gum using plastic.

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• 14.

### 12 × 11 = ?

• A.

121

• B.

1211

• C.

132

• D.

136

C. 132
Explanation
The correct answer is 132. When you multiply 12 by 11, you get 132.

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• 15.

### Why is bubble gum pink?

• A.

Because that was the only color they had when they first made it and since then, the color just stuck.

• B.

Because they thought that pink was a good color for the gum because it made it look bright.

• C.

Because the gum was originally red but after they added the other ingredients, it became pink.

• D.

Because pink was favorite color of the person who made the gum.

A. Because that was the only color they had when they first made it and since then, the color just stuck.
Explanation
The correct answer is that bubble gum is pink because that was the only color they had when they first made it and since then, the color just stuck. This suggests that the initial production of bubble gum was limited to only one color, which happened to be pink. Over time, this color became associated with bubble gum, leading to its continued use in the industry.

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