Number of questions: 27
1 - Who is the chemical element Curium named after?
2 - What is the primary addictive substance found in tobacco?
3 - How many chromosomes are in your body cells?
4 - Which gas forms about 78% of the Earth’s atmosphere?
5 - What does the letter 'S' stand for in 'NASA'?
6 - An Astronomical Unit is the distance between Earth and the Moon.
7 - What is the powerhouse of the cell?
8 - What is the chemical makeup of water?
9 - What is the "powerhouse" of the Eukaryotic animal cell?
10 - Which of the following bones is not in the leg?
11 - Igneous rocks are formed by excessive heat and pressure.
12 - Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure on what part of the human body?
13 - An average human can go two weeks without water.
14 - Not including false teeth; A human has two sets of teeth in their lifetime.
15 - What does LASER stand for?
16 - 71% of the Earth's surface is made up of
17 - The element involved in making human blood red is which of the following?
18 - The asteroid belt is located between which two planets?
19 - An exothermic reaction is a chemical reaction that releases energy by radiating electricity.
20 - What is the standard SI unit for temperature?
21 - Which is the most abundant element in the universe?
22 - Which element has the highest melting point?
23 - How many planets make up our Solar System?
24 - What does DNA stand for?
25 - What is the elemental symbol for mercury?
26 - The human heart has how many chambers?
27 - Water always boils at 100°C, 212°F, 373.15K, no matter where you are.