300 5th Grade Trivia Questions and Answers

Have you encountered a 5th grader who is well informed that you were left mind blown at how smart they are at a younger age? Well, these days kids and especially middles school learners are presented with immense learning opportunities on various platforms, thus making them very smart.

Maybe you’re wondering how could your kid grasp schoolwork content in a more fun learning environment. There are lots of exciting kids trivia questions for 5th graders that will help your kid learn at ease without getting confused or have fear of not hitting the threshold.

5th Grade Trivia Questions and Answers

Are you aware that the current school curriculum in most of the developed countries has incorporated the aspect of chronological thinking, point of view, and interpretation skills? Learners get imparted with these skills from as early as the elementary school level. Therefore, a 5th-grade student is able to expand his/her vocabulary, interpret basic numerical expressions and have a clear understanding of elementary science and geography e.t.c.

There are numerous ways to boost your child’s academic performance thus engaging in trivia exercises has proved to work. This list of 5th grade trivia questions and answers will test the knowledge and skills of your child and eventually help him/ her keep up with that Jaw-dropping genius kid across the street!

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1. Which is the largest country in the world?

Russia

 

2. How many legs does a spider have?

Eight

 

3. What was the name of the last Queen of France?

Marie Antoinette

 

4. How larger in size is Russia than the United States?

Twice

 

5. What is something you hit with a hammer?

Nail

 

6. Who founded the Red Cross?

Clara Barton

 

7. How many states are in the United States?

Fifty

 

8. What’s the name of a place you go to see lots of animals?

Zoo

 

9. Who commissioned the Lewis and Clark expedition?

Jefferson

 

10.  Which is the only continent where spiders don’t exist?

Antarctica

 

11. Where does the President of the United States live while in office?

The White House

 

12. The modern-day city of Istanbul was known by what name in the 13th century?

Constantinople

 

13. Why are spiders extremely diverse?

Because some of the spiders are very dangerous while some are completely harmless

 

14. Which ocean is off the California coast?

The Pacific

 

15. What was the most widely grown crop in the middle colonies?

Wheat

 

16. What are the four great inventions of ancient China?

Gunpowder, Papermaking, Printing and the Compass

 

17. Which state is famous for Hollywood?

California

 

18. Where was the region known as the Fertile Crescent located?

The Middle East

 

19.  Which invention is used to invent Fireworks?

Gunpowder

 

20. Where is the Great Pyramid of Giza?

Egypt

 

21. In what decade did Hong Kong revert to China from British rule?

The 1990s, specifically 1997

 

22. Who invents the phonographs?

Thomas Edison

 

23. What is a doe?

A female deer

 

24. Who is the creator of the classic book characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn?

Mark Twain

 

25. What does protagonist mean?

The main character of any story, play, fim etc.

 

26. What do bees make?

Honey

 

27. What is the name of the most famous English playwright?

William Shakespeare

 

28. Which is the second most populous city in the United States?

Los Angeles

 

29. “Stars and Stripes” is the nickname of the flag of which country?

United States of America

 

30. Which planet in our Solar System is known for having a ring?

Saturn

 

31. Which word means to radiate?

Glow

 

32. When was the five-ringed symbol of Olympics was designed?

In 1912

 

33. Why do things fall when you drop them?

Because of gravity

 

34. Who is the author of the 1960 novel about social and racial inequality To Kill a Mockingbird?

Harper Lee

 

35. Which months in the Georgian calendar have 30 days?

April, June, September and November

 

36. How many colors are in a rainbow?

Seven

 

37. What are the three most populous countries in Europe?

Spain, France, Germany

 

38. Who is the patron saint of Ireland?

St. Patrick

 

39. What are the three states of matter?

Solid, liquid, and gas

 

40. Which U.S state is located outside North America?

Hawaii

 

41. Which singing voice is the highest pitch? Soprano, tenor or baritone?

Soprano

 

42. Which is the smallest and most densely populated state in the U.S?

Rhode Island

 

43. A scientist who studies rocks is called a what?

A geologist

 

44. Why do you see often see lightning before you hear the thunder?

Light travels faster than sound

 

45.  What are the three largest countries in North America?

The United States, Canada and Mexico

 

46. Who was the first man to step on the moon?

Neil Armstrong

 

47. Which tool is used to estimate the likelihood of certain genetic outcomes?

Punnett Square

 

48. Which is the largest international border between two countries?

The Canada-United States border

 

49. What food do pandas eat?

Bamboo

 

50. What species can live on both water and land?

Amphibians


51. What is the Bill of Rights in the context of the United States?

The first ten amendments to the Constitution

 

52. What is the part of the human eye that controls the amount of light that passes through the pupil?

The iris

 

53. Which writing system is called Hieroglyphics?

The Ancient Egyptian

 

54. Can you name the closest star to Earth?

The sun

 

55. In what state will you find the Windy City?

Illinois

 

56.  Which is the largest U.S state?

Alaska

 

57. In what country were the Olympic Games invented?

Greece

 

58. Which American Civil War battle had the largest number of casualties?

The Battle of Gettysburg

 

59. What continent is the country of Brazil part of?

South America

 

60. What is the capital of the United States of America?

Washington D.C.

 

61. Who invented the telephone?

Alexander Graham Bell

 

62. What is the largest continent?

Africa

 

63. What are synonyms?

A word which has the same meaning as another word.

 

64. Which famous ocean liner sank on her first voyage in 1912?

The Titanic

 

65. What is the capital of Florida?

Tallahassee

 

66. What are the human’s five senses?

Taste, Smell, Hearing, Sight, and Touch

 

67. What do you get when you boil water?

Steam

 

68. How many great lakes are there in the United States?

Four: Michigan-Huron, Superior, Ontario, and Erie.

 

69. Which is the strongest and biggest bone in the human body?

Femur/ Thigh bone

 

70. What is the tallest mountain in the world?

Mount Everest

 

71. What is the longest river in the world?

Amazon

 

72. What are carnivores?

These are the organisms that eat meat or flesh of animals.

 

73. How many Great Lakes are there?

Five

 

74. When did Thomas Edison invented the bulb?

In 1879

 

75. What is the imaginary line called that connects the north and south pole?

Prime Meridian

 

76. What measures distance north or south of the Equator?

Latitude

 

77. Which is the largest human organ?

Skin

 

78. What is the hardest natural substance?

Diamond

 

79. What’s the capital of New Hampshire?

Concord

 

80. Which gas is necessary for breathing?

Oxygen

 

81. What is the only number that has the same number of letters as it’s meaning?

Four

 

82. How many syllables are in the word “animalistic”?

Five

 

83. Which animals group is known as a murder?

Crows

 

84. What number doesn’t have its own Roman numeral?

Zero

 

85.  What are invertebrates?

Animals without backbone

 

86. What is the smallest perfect number?

Six

 

87. In the sentence “Sally is a very good drummer,” what part of speech is the word “very”?

Adverb

 

88. Which animal is mostly found in Australia?

Kangaroo

 

89. What is our current numerical system based on?

Hindu-Arabic numeral system

 

90. What is the prefix in disassociate?

Dis

 

91. Which is the smallest planet in the solar system?

Mercury

 

92. Which number is considered a “magic number?”

9

 

93. What does the prefix re mean?

Again

 

94. What is the plural of sheep?

Sheep

 

95. What is the most popular two-digit number?

13

 

96. What is the past tense of put?

Put

 

97. Which animal’s group is called a pack?

Wolves

 

98. An improper fraction is always greater than what number?

One

 

99. Which type of story is called fable?

A story which conveys a moral lesson

 

100. What is 16 minus 8?

Eight


101. If‌ ‌you‌ ‌have‌ ‌ten‌ ‌mangos‌ ‌and‌ ‌your‌ ‌friend’s‌ ‌mother‌ ‌buys ‌you‌ ‌twelve‌ ‌more,‌ ‌how‌ ‌many‌ ‌mangos‌ ‌will‌ ‌you‌ ‌have‌ ‌in‌ ‌total?‌ ‌

22

 

102. What are the Articles in English grammar?

A, an, the

 

103. What is 91 divided by 7?

13

 

104. Which‌ ‌geometrical‌ ‌shape‌ ‌has‌ ‌no‌ ‌vertices?‌

A‌ ‌sphere

 

105. Which river separates the United States and Mexico?

The Rio Grande

 

106. What is three squared?

9

 

107. Quebec is the province in which country?

Canada

 

108. What is the least common multiple of 6, 8, and 12?

24

 

109. How‌ ‌many‌ ‌wheels‌ ‌will‌ 99 ‌bicycles‌ ‌and‌ one‌ ‌tricycle‌ ‌have‌ ‌in total?‌ ‌

201

 

110. Which continent is an island as well?

Australia

 

111. What is 12 times 5?

60

 

112. How many ‌days‌ ‌are‌ ‌there‌ ‌in‌ ‌a‌ ‌leap‌ ‌year?‌

366 days

 

113. Which famous statue has a torch in her hand?

Statue of Liberty

 

114. How many milliliters are in one liter?

1,000 milliliters

 

115. What‌ ‌is ‌a‌ ‌quarter?‌ ‌

One‌ ‌out‌ ‌of‌ ‌four‌ ‌equal‌ ‌parts‌

 

116. How many players are there in a baseball team?

Nine

 

117. If there are 8 students in Ms. Collin’s class and 11 students in Ms. Andrew’s class, how many students are there altogether?

19 students

 

118. Mexico got independence from which country?

Spain

 

119. What is the nearest whole number to 206.86?

207

 

120. How‌ ‌many‌ ‌minutes‌ ‌are in seven half‌ ‌‌hours?‌ ‌

210 minutes

 

121. Who was the Emperor of Roman Empire?

Julius Caesar

 

122. Jamie reads 14 pages in her 38-page book. How many pages are left?

24 pages

 

123. What‌ ‌is‌ (‌510 ‌+‌ ‌68)‌ / 2‌ ‌?‌

289

 

124. Which American President was assassinated in 1963?

John F. Kennedy

 

125. What is the Pythagoras’ Constant, discovered by the first mathematician around 500 BC?

The square root of two

 

126. If‌ ‌a‌ ‌train‌ ‌is‌ ‌supposed‌ ‌to‌ ‌reach‌ ‌the‌ ‌station‌ ‌at‌ ‌4:10‌ ‌a.m‌.  but‌ ‌it‌ ‌is ‌35‌ ‌minutes‌ late,‌ ‌at‌ ‌what‌ ‌time‌ ‌will ‌the‌ ‌train‌ ‌reach‌ ‌the‌ ‌station?‌

4:45‌ ‌a.m.‌

 

127. Which city was first attacked by an atomic bomb?

Hiroshima

 

128. Who is the fastest human calculator?

Scott Flansburg won the Guinness World Record in 2001

 

129. How‌ many sides ‌does‌ ‌a‌ ‌trapezium ‌have?‌ ‌

Four‌ ‌sides

 

130. What is the plural of Moose?

Moose

 

131. What is the fastest land animal?

The cheetah

 

132. What are the five question words?

What, Why, Where, When, Who

 

133. Who is the current US President?

Joe Biden

 

134. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌number‌ ‌on‌ ‌the‌ ‌top‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌vinculum‌ ‌in‌ ‌a‌ ‌fraction‌ ‌called?‌ ‌

Numerator

 

135. When did the 20th century start?

On 1 January 1901

 

136. Which of the Earth four layers are liquid?

The outer core

 

137. Where is the Giant Panda found?

China

 

138. What minimum age is required to become the president of the United States?

Thirty Five

 

139. Who was the first African American president of the United States?

Barack Obama

 

140. What is kinetic energy in science?

The energy of a moving object

 

141. What‌ does VBODMAS stand for?‌

Vinculum‌ ‌Bracket‌ ‌Of‌ ‌Division‌ ‌Multiplication‌ ‌Addition‌ ‌Subtraction‌

 

142. What’s the biggest farm animal?

The Cow

 

143. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌only‌ ‌temperature‌ ‌which‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌same‌ ‌in‌ ‌Fahrenheit‌ ‌as‌ ‌well‌ ‌as‌ ‌Celcius?‌ ‌

– 40‌ ‌degrees

 

144. Which is the hottest desert in the world?

The Sahara Desert

 

145. What shape is the stop sign?

Octagon

 

146. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌a‌ ‌triangle‌ ‌with‌ ‌equal‌ ‌sides‌ ‌called?‌ ‌

Equilateral‌ ‌triangle

 

147. How many countries are there in the world?

195

 

148. What is the coldest place on Earth?

Antarctica

 

149. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌square‌ ‌of‌ ‌25?‌ ‌

625

 

150. What is the other name famous for Mars?

Red panet


151. Besides Spanish, what language is largely spoken in South America?

Portuguese

 

152. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌superlative‌ ‌‌of‌ ‌many?‌

Most

 

153. What is the capital of Canada?

Ottawa

 

154. In what city is the famous Golden Gate Bridge located?

San Francisco

 

155. What‌ ‌are‌ ‌similar‌ ‌ sounding words‌ ‌called?‌

Homonyms

 

156. Which essential gas is provided by plants?

Oxygen

 

157. What was the first James Bond movie?

Dr. No.

 

158. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌meaning of the word ‘thine’?‌ ‌

Yours

 

159. Which two lines never touch each other?

Parallel lines

 

‌160. What is the tallest building in the United States?

The World Trade Center, built in 2006.

 

161. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌past‌ ‌tense‌ ‌of‌ ‌cut?‌ ‌

Cut

 

162. Which color is formed by mixing blue and yellow?

Green

 

163. What’s the fastest muscle in the body?

The human eye

 

164. What’s the main ingredient in chocolate?

Cocoa beans

 

165. What is it called when birds fly to warmer climates for the winter?

Migration

 

166. When was the first email address created?

1971

 

167. What‌ ‌tense‌ ‌is‌ ‌this sentence:‌ ‌’We‌ ‌will‌ ‌eat‌ ‌pizza‌ ‌tomorrow’?

Future‌ ‌tense

 

168. How many teeth does a human have?

32

 

169. How many wheels does a school bus have?

6

 

170. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌common‌ ‌name‌ ‌for‌ ‌any‌ ‌name,‌ ‌place,‌ ‌animal‌, or‌ ‌thing‌ ‌called?‌ ‌

A Noun

 

171. How many toes does a human have?

Ten

 

172. What sacred text do Christians abide by?

The New Testament

 

173. What‌’s‌ ‌the‌ ‌collective‌ ‌noun‌ ‌for‌ ‌a‌ ‌group‌ ‌of‌ ‌fish?‌

A‌ ‌shoal or a school

 

174. What do you call a baby goat?

Kid

 

175.  What country first used paper money?

China

 

176. What is the meaning of the word ‘thee’? ‌

You

 

177. Name a mammal that can’t jump?

Elephant, sloth, hippo, & rhino

 

178. Who is the Nobel prize named after?

Alfred Nobel

 

179. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌word‌ ‌used‌ ‌to describe a‌ ‌noun‌ ‌called?‌ ‌

An Adjective

 

180. What temperature does water freeze at?

32 degrees Fahrenheit

 

181. Which U.S. president was known for his conservation efforts?

Theodore Roosevelt

 

182. Who‌ ‌first wrote‌ ‌the‌ ‌book‌ ‌’The‌ ‌Little‌ ‌Mermaid’?‌

Hans‌ ‌Christian‌ ‌Anderson‌

 

183. What is a human’s average temperature?

98.6 degrees Fahrenheit

 

184. What is the largest spider in the world?

The Goliath Birdeater

 

185. Fill‌ ‌in‌ ‌the‌ ‌blank with‌ ‌the‌ ‌correct‌ ‌verb‌ ‌form:‌ “‘Yesterday,‌ ‌she‌ ‌was‌ ‌_______‌ ‌us‌ ‌a‌ ‌question’?

Asking

 

186. How many inches are in a foot?

12

 

187. What is the most popular sport in Indonesia?

Badminton

 

188. What‌ ‌is the‌ ‌comparative‌ ‌degree‌ ‌and‌ ‌superlative‌ ‌degree‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌word‌ ‌’beautiful’?‌

‘More‌ ‌beautiful’ and ‘‌most‌ ‌beautiful’

 

189. How many feet are in a yard?

Three

 

190. What is the family dog’s name in Peter Pan?

Nana

 

191. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the ; ‌punctuation‌ ‌called?‌ ‌

Semi-colon

 

192. What comes after a million, billion, & trillion?

Quadrillion

 

193. Which dwarf from Snow White mixes up his words?

Doc

 

194. Fill‌ ‌in‌ ‌the blank with ‌the‌ ‌missing‌ ‌article:‌ ‌’She‌ ‌will‌ ‌arrive‌ ‌in‌ ‌___‌ ‌hour’?

An

 

195. Where does our food collect after we chew and swallow it?

Stomach

 

196. If a car is traveling at 65 mph, how many miles would it travel in 6 hours?

390

 

197. What part of the skeletal system protects the brain?

Skull

 

198. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌… punctuation‌ ‌called?‌ ‌

Ellipsis

 

199. What kind of mollusk holds a pearl in its shell?

An oyster

 

200. What is the name of a frog’s young one?

Tadpole


201. How‌ ‌many‌ ‌verbs‌ ‌are‌ ‌present‌ ‌in‌ ‌this‌ ‌sentence:‌ ‌’We‌ ‌slept‌ ‌while‌ ‌they‌ ‌danced‌ ‌and‌ ‌cooked‌ ‌us‌ ‌meals’?

Three

 

202. What largely creates the Earth’s ties through gravitational pull?

The Moon

 

203. Which nutrient plays an essential role in muscle-building?

Protein

 

204. How many bones are in the human body?

206

 

205. Plants need which gas to perform photosynthesis?

Carbon dioxide

 

206. What‌ ‌are‌ ‌oxymorons?‌ ‌

Antonyms‌ ‌used‌ ‌together‌ ‌to form a sentence or description

 

207. What is the smallest bone in the human body?

The stapes, located in the inner ear

 

208. Similar body cells group together to form a?

Tissue

 

209. ‘Work‌ ‌hard‌ ‌___‌ ‌get‌ ‌success’?

‘‌to‌’

 

210. What are the phases of the Moon?

New Moon, Waxing Crescent, First Quarter, Waxing Gibbous, Full Moon, Waning Gibbous, Third Quarter, & Waning Crescent

 

211. Which is the strongest sense in a dog?

Smell

 

212. What word can be‌ ‌the‌ ‌shortest‌ ‌sentence‌ ‌in‌ ‌the English‌ ‌language?‌ ‌

Go

 

213. How often does the Moon orbit the Earth?

Approximately every 27 days

 

214. The standard unit of measurement for energy is?

Joule

 

215. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌dot‌ ‌over‌ the lowercase letter I in ‌the‌ ‌English‌ ‌alphabet ‌called?‌

Tittle‌

 

216. What is the name for the holes on the Moon’s surface?

Craters

 

217. What type of energy eventually depletes?

Non-renewable energy

 

218. What‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌collective‌ ‌noun‌ ‌for‌ ‌a‌ ‌group‌ ‌of‌ ‌puppies?‌ ‌

Litter

 

219. Which bird can learn to mimic human speech?

Parrots

 

220. A single piece of coiled DNA is called?

Chromosome

 

221. Name‌ ‌the‌ ‌famous‌ ‌activist‌ ‌from ‌North America ‌who‌ ‌‌protested‌ ‌against‌ ‌racism‌ ‌by‌ sitting‌ ‌on ‌a‌ ‌‌bus?

Rosa‌ ‌Parks‌

 

222. What bird lives in Antarctica and cannot fly?

Penguin

 

223. Yeast is a type of?

Fungus

 

224. Who‌ ‌made‌ ‌the‌ famous ‌’I‌ ‌Have A‌ ‌Dream’‌ ‌speech?‌

Martin‌ ‌Luther‌ ‌King‌ ‌Jr

 

225. The left side of your body is controlled by which side of your brain?

Right side of your brain

 

226. In‌ ‌which‌ ‌country‌ ‌of‌ ‌South America ‌is one of‌ ‌the‌ Seven‌ Wonders‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌World,‌ ‌Machu‌ ‌Picchu‌, located?‌

Peru

 

227. Which cell organelle is also called powerhouse of the cell?

Mitochondria

 

228. What‌ ‌does‌ ‌the‌ ‌DC‌ ‌in‌ ‌Washington‌ ‌DC‌ ‌stand‌ ‌for?‌

District‌ ‌of‌ ‌Columbia‌

 

229. Which cat is the largest member of the cat family?

Tiger

 

230. The bending of light through a glass prism is called?

Refraction

 

231. In‌ ‌which‌ ‌North‌ ‌American‌ ‌state‌ ‌is‌ ‌the‌ ‌Liberty‌ ‌Bell‌ ‌located?‌ ‌

Pennsylvania‌

 

232. Do snakes have eyelids?

No

 

233. Newtons is the unit of force or energy?

Force

 

234. Can you name‌ ‌the‌ ‌longest‌ ‌river‌ ‌flowing‌ ‌in‌ ‌the United States?‌

The‌ ‌‌Missouri‌ ‌River

 

235. What do snakes smell with?

Tongues

 

236. Diabetes happens because of problems in which organ of the body?

Pancreas

 

237. Name‌ ‌the‌ ‌first‌ ‌satellite‌ ‌pulled‌ ‌into‌ ‌orbit‌ ‌by‌ ‌the‌ ‌United‌ ‌States?

Explorer‌ 1

 

238. How many Earths could fit inside the sun?

1 Million

 

239. Sweet potato is an example of a modified?

Root

 

240. What company makes iPads and iPhones?

Apple

 

241. Medicine that is given to fight bacteria but not viruses?

Antibiotics

 

242. Who‌ ‌was‌ ‌the‌ ‌16th‌ ‌president‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌United‌ ‌States?‌

Abraham‌ ‌Lincoln

 

243. Whose catchphrase is “to infinity and beyond”?

Buzz Lightyear

 

244. Earthquakes are caused due to movements of ?

Tectonic plates

 

245. The first Thanksgiving was celebrated by Native Americans and what other group of people?

Pilgrims

 

246. Which shape is a round?

Circle

 

247. Which is the main gas that makes up the Earth’s atmosphere?

Nitrogen

 

248. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first two men in the entire world to do what?

Walk on the moon

 

249. What is the young one of a cow called?

Calf

 

250. Humans and chimpanzees share roughly how much DNA?

98%


251. What are the three branches of the United States government?

Legislative, judicial, and executive

 

252. Your hands have four fingers and a?

Thumb

 

253. Which war was fought between the North and South regions in the United States?

Civil War

 

254. Which part of the bird lets it fly high in the sky?

Wings

 

255. Which famous British physicist wrote A Brief History of Time?

Stephen Hawking

 

256. Who wrote the national anthem of the United States of America?

Francis Scott Key

 

257. Animals that suckle their young ones are called?

Mammals

 

258. What modern-day country was Marie Curie born in?

Poland

 

259. What is the boiling point of water?

100 Degrees Celsius

 

260. How many vertebrae does the average human possess?

33

 

261. In which decade did Hong Kong revert from British rule?

1990s

 

262. Which organ helps pump blood through the entire body?

Heart

 

263. What was the name of the first man-made satellite launched by the Soviet Union in 1957?

Sputnik 1

 

264. How many letters are there in the English alphabet?

26

 

265. How does a dog express happiness?

Wagging its tail

 

266. Which oath of ethics taken by doctors is named after an Ancient Greek physician?

Hippocratic Oath

 

267. In the story about the boy who cried wolf, what is the lesson?

Always tell the truth

 

268. When you push something, you apply?

Force

 

269. What type of words should always be capitalized?

Proper nouns

 

270. What is a material that will not carry an electrical charge called?

Insulator

 

271. What type of literature features magical creatures such as giants, gnomes, and goblins?

Fairy tales

 

272. Which group of animals have scales?

Reptiles

 

273. Which Apollo moon mission was the first to carry a lunar rover?

Apollo 15

 

274. Is “red” an adjective or a noun?

Both

 

275. Which animal is best adapted to the desert?

Camel

 

276. What is the study of mushrooms called?

Mycology

 

277. The person in a novel who tells the story from a third-person perspective is called a what?

The narrator

 

278. Which pigment gives the leaves its green color?

Chlorophyll

 

279. What is the name of the book about a friendship between a spider and a pig named Wilbur

Charlotte’s Web

 

280. An acidic liquid will have a ___ pH?

Low


281. Adding conjunctions such as “and” or “but” turns a simple sentence into what type of sentence?

Compound sentence

 

282. Which is the lightest element in the periodic table?

Hydrogen

 

283. Who is the author of James and the Giant Peach?

Roald Dahl

 

284. The main series of events in a story is called a what?

A Plot

 

285. What elements are the most common in the human body?

Oxygen, carbon, hydrogen

 

286. In this title, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobewhat is the last comma called?

An Oxford Comma

 

287. Which state is called the Lone Star state?

Texas

 

288. What is the capital of New York?

Albany

 

289. The south pole of a magnet and the north pole of another magnet do what?

Stick together

 

290. What is the largest internal organ in the human body?

The Liver

 

291. The Earth is at least how many billion years old?

4 Billion

 

292. How many face cards are in a regular deck of playing cards?

12

 

293. You peer through a window into a classroom and count 20 eyes. If each person has a normal number of eyes, how many people are in the room?

10

 

294. Although it is acceptable to refer to peanut as a nut, it is more accurately described as a?

Legume

 

295. Opposite angles in a parallelogram are called?

Complementary

 

296. a2 + b2 = c2 is known as the?

Pythagorean Theorem

 

297. How many months in the calendar year have exactly 30 days?

Four

 

298. When an item’s copyright expires, the right to reproduce it passes into the?

Public Domain

 

299. The most important article in a newspaper is usually found above the?

Fold

 

300. What is the primary difference between ocean water and tap water?

Salt

 

 



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