Random Knowledge(Are you smart?)

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10 Questions - Developed by: Kate M. - Developed on: - 13.887 taken

  • 1
    What state is the largest in the U.S?
  • 2
    This Middle Eastern Country was created in 1948 to make up for a group of people harmed in WWII. These people share a common religion and its creation has sparked many conflicts in the Middle East.
  • 3
    This author is well known for her middle school targeted books such as So B. It and Pie. She has another series, the Guy series, which is soon to be a feature film for Disney. Which author?
  • 4
    This artist created the songs "Crybaby", "Alphabet Boy", "Sippy Cup', and "Mrs. Potato Head". Which musical artist wrote these child themed pieces with symbolic meanings?
  • 5
    In bowling, this term is used to represent the occurrence of all pins being knocked down of the first try. What term is being described in the previous sentence?
  • 6
    This artist cut off his ear in order to please his girlfriend. He also painted Starry Night, a famous piece to this day as well as a self-portrait and many others. Which artist is being described?
  • 7
    This fast food chain features a redhead in braids for their mascot and serves hamburgers, fries, chicken nuggets, and ice cream as well as other items. In the blue collar of the girl, it subtly spells "Mom". Which restaurant is this?
  • 8
    When working this problem, what would you do first?

    (6+8)^2*4/8+9-2
  • 9
    This color is made when mixing any of the complimentary pairs together, such as orange and blue, or red and green. (Only when using the Pigment Theory of Colors)
  • 10
    This 16th president of the United States was known for being honest and was president from 1861- until his death on April 15th, 1865. Born in Kentucky, this president greatly influenced the civil war. Who is this?

Comments (1)

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Bob (70045)
256 days ago
In actuality those answers were the ones I chose. Perhaps a look at the test algorithm would be instructional?