Multiple-Choice General Knowledge Quiz and Study Guide for Homeschoolers (#5)
Yep, they are getting harder all the time!
Wow, who knew there would be so much information available! This is the fifth quiz in a series of many now, and more to come.
As I dig deeper into the subjects, I am finding the information to be more challenging. Even devising the questions gets harder because I have to first make sure I understand the data before I can create a logical question.
The questions for Quiz #6 are included at the end of this article, but you won't find the answers here. The questions are merely to aid in preparing for the next quiz if you are so inclined.
Science, history, geography, social studies are all included in this test.
Good luck folks!
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Questions on Quiz #6
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.
- What is the science called that studies the structure of the body?
- Which famous artist painted "Where Do We Come From What Are We Doing Where Are We Going?"
- Which great pioneering frontiersman died in 1820 in Missouri at the age of 86?
- What 1789 act established the Supreme Court of the United States?
- Who, in 1882, said: "I'll start with little things"?
- Which animal has the warmest pelt of any animal found in the arctic?
- What body system consists of the skin and the accessory structures derived from it (hair. nails, etc)?
- What is a more common name for nocturnal enuresis?
- What are radio frequencies between 300 and 3,000 mhz called?
- If you combined two parts hydrogen with one part oxygen, what would you have?
- What are antianxiety agents (or ataractics) better known as?
- What is the study of cells called?
- Who wrote "The Star Spangled Banner"?
- What is the protein called that makes up the rattle on a rattlesnake?
- What was the name of the treaty that ended World War I?
- In which of these places will you NOT find a tropical rainforest?
- Who was the leader of the Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux Indian tribe who led his people's resistance against the United States?
- Which President of the United States was referred to as "the Great Communicator"?
- What is the only bird that can fly backwards?
- What did the "scanning tunneling microscope", invented in 1981, allow humans to see?
- What develops as a hugh wave in the ocean as a result of an earthquake (usually underwater)?
- Where does rubber come from?
- Which battle is often referred to as the "death-knell of the confederacy" ?
- What are the biggest spiders in the world?
- What is a wrongful act, damage or injury NOT involving a breach of contract called?