3. This is a complex 3-dimensional organism with inner, outer, and middle layers formed from a blastula. Identify these unsuccessful presidential candidates from American history FTPA.a. He resigned from the Supreme Court to run for President. He would later serve in the Cabinet and return to the Court.Answer: Charles Evans _HUGHES_b. He was known variously as the "continental liar from the state of Maine" and as the "Plumed Knight."c. This Coolidge opponent remains the only West Virginian nominated for President by a major party.Answer: John W. _DAVIS_BONUS 3Name the speakers of the following quotations, who may or may not have something in common, for the stated number of points.For 10, "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen,and philosophers and divines."ANSWER: Ralph Waldo _EMERSON_For 5, "Me fail English? That's unpossible."ANSWER: _R_alph _WIGGUM_ (prompt on partial answer)For 15, "All my life I had been looking for something, and everywhere I turned, someonetried to tell me what it was. I accepted their answers too, though they were often in contradiction and even self-contradictory -- I was naive."ANSWER: Ralph _ELLISON_BONUS 4Answer these questions about the geography of Indonesia, for the stated number of points.1. For five, the capital, Jakarta, lies on which island?2. For five, what is the largest island of Indonesia?3. For ten, what other country shares Borneo with Indonesia?
4. For ten, name this other part of Indonesia, which shares an islandwith Papua New Guinea.Identify the following classes of sea life, FTPE.1. This is the class of all floating autotrophic life that is the basis of most oceanic food chains. 2. These small floating animals and protists eat the largest amounts of phytoplankton.3. This is the name of all larger oceanic organisms making up the rest of the food chain, whose name comes from the Greek for "swimmer" or "swimming."Identify these heresies of the early Christian Church, FTPE.1. Named for the Bishop of Carthage, this heresy refused to acknowledge the ordination of any priest who had cooperated with the Persecution of Diocletian, and condemned as traitors Christians who gave up their Bible to be burned by the Romans.