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Unformatted text preview: B & R QUESTKDNS (”anew Qiflfiigifi , robim‘ggeygeeamsm gr; $313325; i: {Zest 6—163 FIRST HALF 1. If 3 consecutive numbers have a sum of 120, what is the smaliest of the 3? 39 L 2. Identify the author of such chiidren’s classics as Tales of a Founh Grade Nothing, Blabber, and Supeifldge. (JUDY) BLUME ‘ , 3. Poetry that is not mitten in any special form and doesn’t require rhyme or rhythm is known as what? FREE VERSE 4. Containiog the blood vessels, nerves} oil, and sweat glands, identify the skin layer located betow the epidermis. DERMIS 5. What is the abstract sculpture that has movable parts simiiar to a mobile but that is attached to a solid, unmovabie base rather than suspended? - STABILE 6. His refusal to give the colonies representation in Parliament and his support ofParIiament’s taxing of the colonies were key causes of the American Revoiution. Identify this ruler of Great Britain during both the French and Indian War and the American Revoiutionary War. (KING) GEORGE 111 7. Give the number of days in February when it occurs during .a leap year, 29 (DAYS) 8. What is 66 28% of9? 6 9. In baseball give the meaning of the acronym DH; DESIGNATED HITTER 10. Give the number of lines found in a Haiku. 3 (Lime) ll. Name this explorer who sailed for Spain from 1492 —— 1504. He explored the islancls of the Caribbean Sea with his ships the Nina, the Pinto, and the Santa Maria. ' (cmsrosires) COLUMBUS 12. Presented with the Congressional Medal of Honor, which American composer is known for such songs as “You’re a Grand Cid Flag” and “Over There?” (GEORGE MICHAEL) COHAN 13. What is the name of an angle that measures exactiy 96°? EIGHT (ANGLE) 14. The first representative assembly createri in America was the House ofBurgesses. In which colony was it formed? XERGINIA 15. What is the term for the sudden, rapid movement of snow and ice down a slope? AVALANCHE 16. Identify the musical which features such characters as the beautiful Belle and the domineering Gaston? BEAUTY AN}? THE BEAST 17. What was the first document providing for self-government in the New World? MAYFLOWER COMPACT 18. This question requires a multiple answer. Identify the 3 stages in incomplete metamorphosis. EGG, NYMPH, ADULT 19. Give the correct spelling of the plural form of humty. B U N N I E S 20. If the perimeter of an octagon is 96 feet, give the length of one of its sides. 12 FEET 21. Which canal connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea? SUEZ (CANAL) 22. What is the protective outer covering of the eye that reflects light? CORNEA 23. What is the brightness or duliness of a hoe or color? INTENSITY 24. 30% ofthe first 80 people in line at the zoo all had discount coupons for $5.00 off each ticket. How many of the first 80 people did not have these discount coupons? 56 y 25. Give the computer term referring to a disastrous stoppage of a computer. CRASH 26. The Badlands National Park and Wind Cave National Park are both located in which U. 8. state havingra lone white star on the left and 2 horizontal bars of white and red on the right? It has as its capital, Austin. TEXAS 27. Chronicling the life of the fiontiersman who blazed the way to Kentucky through the Cumberland Gap is which 1940 Newbery Medal winner written by James Daugherty? DANIEL BOONE 28. What is the median of the 5 scores 89, 86, 90, 94, and 91? 9O 29. Which structure located on the Champ de Mars was built for the 1889 World’s Fair known as the Paris International Exposition? EIFFEL TOWER 30. What is known as the point on Earth’s surface directly above an earthquake? EPICENTER 31. What is the least common multiple of 5 and 6? 30 32. Identify the Roman god ofthe sky and personification of the heavens. URANUS 33. What. is the term for the artificial watering of farmland? IRRIGATION 34. Which literary term refers to the repetition of vowel sounds? AS SONANCE 35. Convert 1 mile into yards. 3,760 (YARDS) SECOND HALF 1. Identify the part of the stage farthest from the audience. UPSTAGE 2. Give the number of counties located in the state of Kentucky. L 120 3, Located in New York, which team has won more World Series than any other baseball team? (NEW YORK) YANKEES 4. Identify the Greek goddess of women, marriage, and childbirth, the queen of the gods. HERA 5. Which branch of the government makes the laws? LEGISLATIVE 6. What is 313398 rounded to the nearest 10? 313,300 7. Most garden vegetables including potatoes are examples of which type of plant that completes its life cycle in one growing season? ANNUAL 8. As what past of speech is the word jumped used in the following sentence: Laurence and I jumped over the fence yesterday afternoon. VERB 9. What is the term for melted rock under Earth’s surface? MAGMA 10. There are five basic parts in a standard friendly letter. Which is the main part of the friendly letter in which the writer presents his information and ideas? BODY l 1. Before the euro, its currency was the lira. Name this country famous for its exports of automobiles, shoes, and citrus fruits and has as its capital, Rome. ITALY 12. What is the greatest common factor of 6 and 8? 2 13. After the British defeat at Saratoga, which general surrendered his army to the Americans? , (GENERAL JOHN) BURGOYNE 14. Give the name for the male voice between bass and tenor. BARITONE 15. While typing on the keyboard, with which finger should one type the letter Q? LEFT PMY (LEFT 5TH BNGER , WC: SMAR) 16. What term refers to precipitation in which water carries large amounts of chemicals, especially sulfuric acid? ACE) RAIN or ACID PRECIPITATION 17. in the sentence, “Her shoulder ached from all of the lifting,” identify the correct spelling of shoulder. S H 0 U L D E R 18. What religion is callecl a religion of submission because its followers are those who commit themselves in surrender to the will of God? This religion was founded by Muhammad. ISLAM 19‘ What is the slowest moving land mammal? SLOTH 20. What is a special oven or furnace that can reach very high temperatures and is used to bake clay? 1(1le 21. The metric system of measurement is based on powers often; What is the meaning of the prefix delta? TEN 22. The new kid, Roy, joins forces with tough Beatrice and the elusive Mullet Fingers to defeat a bully, thwart a corporation, and save a colony of burrowing owls in which 2003 Newbery Medal honor book by Cari Hiaasen? BOOT 23. Identify the British zoologist who spent many years living in close proximity to the chimpanzees of East Africa. (JANE) GOODALL 24. Identify the type of balance in which things on each side of a center are identical. SYNIMETRICAL or FORMAL '25. What is the Roman Numeral for 1,230? MCCm 26. What is the past tense of see? SAW 27. The 1922 Nowhery Medal winner like Story ofMankind was actually the first of its kind —— Newbery Medal Winner. Identify the author of this trendsetting book. (HENDRICK WELEM) VAN LOON 28. Identify the only U. S. President who became Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court. (WELIAM HOWARD) TAF T 29. What is the colored part of the eye? IRIS 30. What is a picture or design made by fitting into plaster or cement tiny pieces of colored paper, glass, tile, stone, or other similar materials? MOSAIC 31. ifx = 6 and y = ’7, simplify the following: 2xy + l. 85 r 32. Which continent receives the greatest amount of rainfall per square mile? SOUTH AMERICA 33. Which Ill)1h century Russian composer is known for such works as the opera War and Peace, 20m Anniversary of the October Revolution, and Peter and the Worm (SERGEY) PROKOFIEV 34. What is the term for the regular rise and fall of the water level in the ocean caused by the gravitational attraction of the sun and moon? ‘ TEE 35. Identify the property illustrated by the following example: (a + b) = (b + a). COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY OF ADDITION EXTRA QUESTIONS 1. What term refers to the elliptical path that a planet follows in revolving around the sun? ORBIT 2. Which writing term refers to the time and place of the story? SETTING 3. Name the social worker and reformer who was the founder of Hull. House in Chicago. (JANE) ADDAMS 4. Identify this classic form of dance growing out of the French nobility. BALLET 5. What is x5 divided by 7?? X2 ...
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