Multiple-Choice General Knowledge Quiz and Study Guide for Students and Homeschoolers (#4)
You Might Have to Start Thinking a Little Bit Harder Now
This is the fourth quiz in a series of many, and you can bet that as we go along, the questions are going to get tougher.
At the end of this article, you will find the list of questions for the next quiz, but you won't find the possible answers. The questions are there simply to help you prepare for the questions in general.
I hope you are enjoying the quizzes as I look forward to creating more.
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Questions on Quiz #5
Just in case you want to do a little studying before you take the next test, these are the questions (without the possible answers, of course) that you'll be facing. Look them over and do a little bit of research on the ones that you can't answer immediately. You won't always be able to answer immediately because you don't know what the four multiple-choice answers will be, but you can brush up on the subject in general.
- Where is a shrimp's heart located?
- What do you call a group of geese on the ground?
- Which of these documents announced the intention of the 13 American colonies to separate from Great Britain?
- Which country has the smallest population?
- How many eyes does a tarantula have?
- What is the principal of fairness and ideal of moral equity called?
- What was enacted in response to the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on 9/11/2001?
- What are the written, organized and compiled form of the criminal laws of a jurisdiction called?
- What was the first food eaten in space by an American Astronaut?
- How many different ways can you make change from a United States $1 bill?
- Approximately how tall is the Statue of Liberty (give or take a foot or so)?
- Who was America's first female African-American astronaut?
- What United States President had a pet raccoon named Rebecca that he walked on a leash?
- A "Beluga" is a type of what?
- Who was the first English baby born in the Americas?
- Who was the first woman in America to lead a military expedition?
- What is the 60-foot-tall sculpture of U.S. Presidents Washington, Jefferson, T. Roosevelt and Lincoln called?
- By what name was William Bonney better known?
- Which U.S. President authorized The Manhattan Project?
- On September 19, 1995 the Washington Post published a 35,000-word manifesto written by whom?
- Where did the "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" take place?
- Who was the real life person referred to as "Scarface?"
- Which one of the United States first ladies was known as "The First Lady of the World"?
- What was the name of the first canine cosmonaut to orbit the earth?
- During which century did the Black Death occur?