 School Time Trivia -
This quiz will take you back to stuffy classrooms and playing hangman in your text books instead of listening to the teacher. Ah, the good old days.

QUESTIONS

1. What is the most abundant gas in the Earth’s atmosphere?

2. Which ocean is on the West coast of the USA?

3. If a person walks 70cm with each step, how many steps are needed to walk 2,100m?

4. What is a triangle with three unequal sides called?

5. Magnesium and which other mineral are the main problematic minerals to produce hard water?

6. Who was the wife of William Shakespeare?

7. If 4x + 3y = 19, what are the two possible values of x and y using only whole positive numbers?

8. What are the three closest planets to the sun in our Solar System? (Only ONE point for getting all three)

9. With which country did Scotland form the Auld Alliance with in 1295?

10. Precisely how many bytes are in 1 Kilobyte of computer storage? 1. What is the most abundant gas in the Earth’s atmosphere?
NITROGEN

2. Which ocean is on the West coast of the USA?
PACIFIC OCEAN

3. If a person walks 70cm with each step, how many steps are needed to walk 2,100m?
3000 STEPS

4. What is a triangle with three unequal sides called?
SCALENE TRIANGLE

5. Magnesium and which other mineral are the main problematic minerals to produce hard water?
CALCIUM

6. Who was the wife of William Shakespeare?
ANNE HATHAWAY

7. If 4x + 3y = 19, what are the two possible values of x and y using only whole positive numbers?
x = 1 y = 5  (4x1) + (3x5) = 19
x = 4 y = 1  (4x4) + (3x1) = 19

8. What are the three closest planets to the sun in our Solar System? (Only ONE point for getting all three)
MERCURY, VENUS, EARTH

9. With which country did Scotland form the Auld Alliance with in 1295?
FRANCE

10. Precisely how many bytes are in 1 Kilobyte of computer storage?
1024 BYTES (This is because computer systems use binary logic to determine storage size and the nearest whole binary number to 1000 is 1024) If you enjoy the quizzes why not buy Ian a coffee using the Paypal Donate button above?