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How deep is one fathom of water?
How is the constellation Ursa Major more commonly known?
What part of the human body is the clavicle?
What name is given to the apparent force felt by an object moving in a curved path that acts outwards from the center of rotation?
What is the chemical symbol for sodium?
What level on the Beaufort Scale indicates storm force winds?
Which organ of the human body produces bile?
What color does an alkali turn litmus?
Which is the lowest layer of the Earth's atmosphere?
Which law of physics states that the force needed to extend or compress a spring by a distance scales linearly with that distance?
What name is given to particles that transmit light?
What is measured by the Richter Scale?
Who is the only person to have won a Nobel Prize in two different scientific fields?
In which part of the human body would you find the hypothalamus?
The particles from which type of nuclear radiation consist of two protons and two neutrons?
What is the boiling point of water on the Fahrenheit scale?
To which part of the human body do the carotid arteries carry blood?
Which of the following is not a noble gas?
What name is given to the white outer layer of the eyeball?
Which type of rock is formed from particles of sand, shells and pebbles?
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