Free Science Quiz

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Multiple Choice Science Quiz

How deep is one fathom of water?

A. 6 feet

B. 8 feet

C. 4 feet

D. 10 feet

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A. 6 feet.

How is the constellation Ursa Major more commonly known?

A. The Great Bear

B. The Great Pig

C. The Great Dog

D. The Great Whale

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A. The Great Bear.

What part of the human body is the clavicle?

A. The shoulder blade

B. The wrist

C. The collarbone

D. The knee

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C. The collarbone.

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?

A. Centrifugal force

B. Gravitational force

C. Centripetal force

D. Frictional force

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A. Centrifugal force.

What is the chemical symbol for sodium?

A. Sm

B. Na

C. S

D. Ne

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B. Na.

What level on the Beaufort Scale indicates storm force winds?

A. 6

B. 8

C. 10

D. 12

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C. 10.

Which organ of the human body produces bile?

A. Kidney

B. Stomach

C. Gallbladder

D. Liver

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D. Liver.

What color does an alkali turn litmus?

A. Blue

B. Green

C. Red

D. Yellow

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A. Blue.

Which is the lowest layer of the Earth’s atmosphere?

A. Troposphere

B. Thermosphere

C. Exosphere

D. Stratosphere

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A. Troposphere.

Which law of physics states that the force needed to extend or compress a spring by a distance scales linearly with that distance?

A. Newton’s Second Law

B. Plank’s Law

C. Hooke’s Law

D. Boyle’s Law

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C. Hooke’s Law.

What name is given to particles that transmit light?

A. Gluons

B. Neutrinos

C. Muons

D. Photons

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D. Photons.

What is measured by the Richter Scale?

A. Wind speed

B. Earthquakes

C. Nuclear radiation

D. Tides

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B. Earthquakes.

Who is the only person to have won a Nobel Prize in two different scientific fields?

A. Albert Einstein

B. Marie Curie

C. Niels Bohr

D. Isaac Newton

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B. Marie Curie.

In which part of the human body would you find the hypothalamus?

A. The brain

B. The eye

C. The ear

D. The stomach

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A. The brain.

The particles from which type of nuclear radiation consist of two protons and two neutrons?

A. Beta radiation

B. Gamma radiation

C. Alpha radiation

D. X radiation

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C. Alpha radiation.

What is the boiling point of water on the Fahrenheit scale?

A. 215 degrees

B. 220 degrees

C. 200 degrees

D. 212 degrees

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D. 212 degrees.

To which part of the human body do the carotid arteries carry blood?

A. The heart

B. The head

C. The lungs

D. The legs

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B. The head.

Which of the following is not a noble gas?

A. Radon

B. Neon

C. Argon

D. Hydrogen

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D. Hydrogen.

What name is given to the white outer layer of the eyeball?

A. The sclera

B. The lens

C. The cornea

D. The retina

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A. The sclera.

Which type of rock is formed from particles of sand, shells and pebbles?

A. Sedimentary

B. Igneous

C. Metamorphic

D. Crystalline

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A. Sedimentary.

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