10 Hard General Knowledge Trivia Questions (Multiple Choice With Rounds)

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  1. The atomic weight of Polonium is what?
    • 238.029
    • 209
    • 244
    • 251
    The correct answer is 209.
    Polonium is a chemical element with an atomic weight of 209, which is the average mass of an atom of the element.
  2. Sego Lily flower and American Elk are both symbols of which U.S. states?
    • Utah
    • Georgia
    • Arkansas
    • Minnesota
    The correct answer is Utah.
    The Sego Lily flower and American Elk are both recognized as state symbols of Utah, representing the unique beauty and wildlife of the state.
  3. The atomic weight of Nitrogen is what?
    • 232.038
    • 126.905
    • 83.8
    • 14.007
    The correct answer is 14.007.
    The atomic weight of Nitrogen is the sum of the masses of the protons, neutrons, and electrons in a single atom of Nitrogen. It is equal to 14.007 atomic mass units.
  4. In what year did Roger Bannister run the 4 minute mile?
    • 1952
    • 1940
    • 1968
    • 1954
    The correct answer is 1954.
    In 1954, Roger Bannister became the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, breaking a barrier that had been thought impossible to break.

  1. The distant celestial body “Bode’s Galaxy (M81)” is approximately how far away from Earth?
    • 11.7 million light-years
    • 45 billion light-years
    • 45 thousand light-years
    • 17 million light-years
    The correct answer is “11.7 million light-years.
    Bode’s Galaxy is 11.7 million light-years away from Earth, meaning that the light from the galaxy takes 11.7 million years to reach us.
  2. In which Welsh county is the town of Caernarfon located?
    • North Ayrshire
    • Gwynedd
    • Mid Glamorgan
    • Pembrokeshire
    The correct answer is Gwynedd.
    Caernarfon is a town located in the Welsh county of Gwynedd, which is located in the northwest of Wales.
  3. The Roman emperor Vespasian reigned during which years?
    • 27 BC – AD 14
    • AD 218 – 222
    • AD 180 – 192
    • AD 69 – 79
    The correct answer is AD 69 – 79.
    Vespasian was the Roman emperor from AD 69 to 79, a period of 10 years in which he brought stability and prosperity to the Roman Empire.
  4. What is the currency code of Switzerland?
    • XCD
    • LSL
    • CHF
    • FOX
    The correct currency code is “CHF”.
    This is the abbreviation for the Swiss Franc, the official currency of Switzerland.
  5. In which year did the Hindenburg explode and crash?
    • 1928
    • 1935
    • 1933
    • 1937
    The correct answer is 1937.
    The Hindenburg disaster occurred in 1937 when the German airship ignited and crashed in Lakehurst, New Jersey.
  6. Which English monarch reigned 1272-1307 and died 1307?
    • Henry II
    • Stephen
    • Henry VI
    • Edward I
    The correcr answer is Edward I.
    Edward I was an English monarch who reigned from 1272 to 1307 and died in 1307. He was known for his administrative and legislative reforms, including the issuing of the 1297 Confirmation of the Charters, which established the basis of modern English law.
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