Quiz 8 Questions
- A stroboscope is: (a) a device for measuring the speed of flashing lights (b) a telescope for viewing dark objects (c) a device that helps take photos of fast-moving objects.
- Which two Australian animals are the only living monotremes?
- We get seasick because of mixed messages from two of our organs. Which two?
- Fullerenes, graphite and diamonds are allotropes (distinct forms) of which element?
- Ethanol-blended petrol sold in Australia can contain up to what percentage of ethanol?
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Quiz 7 Questions
- What colour is a blue moon?
- Prions are a a) type of virus b) type of protein c) type of car.
- If the Sun became a black hole of equal mass, what would happen to Earth?
- If you injured your L3 vertabra, what might your doctor take an X-ray of?
- When was the first camel brought to Australia?
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Quiz 6 Questions
- What is phosphene? a. Seeing bright lights and stars when you rub your eyes b. the scientific name for native bird saliva c. a strong chemical which removes bath mould d. a flavouring in ice-cream
- How many times does the average human’s heart beat a day?
- Which one do we know more about; the surface of the moon or the bottom of the ocean?
- How many lenses do dragonflies have in each eye? a. 3 b. 3,000 c. 300,000
- What is Australia’s largest butterfly?
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