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Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu are part of what Archipelago?



the term"prokaryote" means that a cell lacks what?



An electron carries what kind of charge?



On what do tectonic plates float?



A milligram works out to be 1/what of a gram?



What is a the term for a group of distinctive notes that ends a composition, section or phrase?



What is the scientific term for a complete absence of all matter?



In Music, if soft is piano, what word do we use for loud?


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Q: Which kingdom includes only multi-celled immobile sun-feeders?

A: Plantae


Q: What is the term for an area where tree growth is hampered due to a short growing season and low temperatures?

A: Tundra


Q: Which Phylum includes Lampreys and Archosaurs?

A: Chordata


Q: Which state refused to sign the Constitution until the Bill of Rights was added?

A: Massachusetts


Q: What is the solute of Salt Water?

A: Salt


Q: The movement of continents on top of the earth's mantle is called continental what?

A: Continental Drift


Q: Rene Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle, Travelled the length of what river?

A: Mississippi River


Q: Gaspar Corte Real and Vasco da GAma Sailed under the flag of which country?

A: Portugal


Q: What kind of nutrition are Epiphytes, Plants that root on trees, Trying to gain by growth high off the ground?

A: Sunlight


Q: Which Religious sect founded Pennsylvania?

A: Quaker


Q: What scientific term best describes the symmetry of a sea anemone?

A: Radial


Q: Which phylum includes octopi and oysters?

A: Mollusca


Q: What do we call it when the notes of a chord are played one note at a time,"in the manner of the harp"?

A: Arpeggio


Q: What is the scientific term for a volume of space where the gaseous pressure is far less that atmospheric pressure?

A: vacuum

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Q: What kingdom is made up primarily of slimes and molds?

A: Protista


Q: What territory originally included all of Idaho and Washington, as well as parts of Montana and Wyoming?

A: Oregon


Q: What 18th century art style first broke away from classical art, presenting people realistically, with all their flaws?

A: Baroque


Q: What part, at the end of the a book, wraps up loose threads left from the narrative, including the future of the characters?

A: Epilogue


Q: What is the Ohio River's largest tributary?

A: Tennessee


Q: Ferdinand Magellan and Chris Columbus sailed under the flag of which country?

A: Spain


Q: How many decimal places would you have if you multiplied .802 X 4.21?

A: 5


Q: Which large North American island is a province of Denmark?

A: Greenland


Q: What would seventy-two hundredths be in decimal form?

A: .72


Q: What planet has a year of only 88 days?

A: Mercury


Q: What famous papers, that argued for a strong centralized government, was written by Adams, Jay and Hamilton?

A: Federalist Papers

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Q: What do we call a sea animal, like a mussel or barnacle, that attaches itself to one spot and does not move around?

A: sessile


Q: In "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn", on what river did most of the adventures take place?

A: Mississippi


Q: What is the scientific term for a planet not composed mostly of silicate rocks?

A: Jovian


Q: In "The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe" and "Prince Caspian", where did the Pevensie family's adventures take place?

A: Narnia


Q: If Becky added 6 1/2 liters of syrup to 3 gallons of water, how many gallons of soda would she end up with (rounded up)?

A: 5


Q: What is the name of the maneuver people use to help those who are choking?

A: Heimlich


Q: A car weighing about 2 tons would be approximately how many kilograms (round up)?

A: 2000


Q: The first transatlantic telegraph cable went to Newfoundland from what european nation?

A: Ireland


Q: What kind of glass did native americans use as arrowheads, cutting tools and scalpels?

A: Obsidian

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