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Quiz: Science In General

It is rather interesting that many people say that they hate science, yet nearly all of us use science on a daily basis, whether we think about it or not. For this reason, most people have a lot more knowledge about science than they think they do. Of course, there is always room for more information. A quiz is a fun way to test your knowledge and the subject this time around is general science.

  • Question of

    This term is used to describe an indistinct medical condition that involves stiffness that results in sore muscles and joints.

    • arthritis
    • bursitis
    • rheumatism
  • Question of

    A nonagon is an object with how many sides?

    • 9
    • 11
    • 100
  • Question of

    Vulcanized rubber is rubber that has had what substance added to it?

    • water
    • magnesium
    • sulfur
  • Question of

    Which space mission was the first to land a manned spacecraft on the moon?

    • Gemini I
    • Apollo 11
    • Apollo 13
  • Question of

    The Schmidt Index is a measurement of what?

    • the pain of insect bites
    • distance at the bottom of the ocean
    • the sound of digestion
  • Question of

    What country did Alfred Nobel, for which the Nobel Peace Prize was named, come from?

    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • England
  • Question of

    What is the largest fish in the world?

    • blue whale
    • whale shark
    • giant marlin
  • Question of

    Astronaut Ken Mattingly was unable to be on the crew of Apollo 13, as planned, because of what illness?

    • Flu
    • Measles
    • Pneumonia
  • Question of

    Millibars are a measurement of what?

    • pressure
    • gold
    • humidity
  • Question of

    In 1994, a comet named Shoemaker-Levy 9 collided with a planet. What planet did it collide with?

    • Mars
    • Neptune
    • Jupiter
    • Jupiter


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Written by Rex Trulove

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  1. I don’t believe that millibars is accepted as pressure’s unit, not at least to IS. It’s Pascal.

    And, the last question. Why did you put Jupiter for two times and marking as the second, actually, the 4th one as correct (they are spelled the same)?

    • Millibars are still used for pressure, as is the pascal and inches of mercury. They all are measurements of pressure, but for different purposes. From the University of Illinois, “In aviation and television weather reports, pressure is given in inches of mercury (“Hg), while meteorologists use millibars (mb), the unit of pressure found on weather maps.”

      As for the last question, even after saving the draft and making sure that it was correct, the site software changed it when I clicked “publish”. That happens from time to time, and I do apologize, though it was correct when I published this quiz.

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