Quiz Questions and Answers
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 1
Quiz Questions 1 – 10
1) Which was the book written by Zoroaster?
2) What was the important event which took place in 1665?
Answer: The Discovery of Newton’s law of universal gravitation.
3) A short-sighted person uses spectacles fitted with _?
Answer: Concave lenses.
4) What is the science of colors?
5) Which force done by the system will increase the potential energy of the system?
Answer: A conservative force.
6) Who invented the microwave?
Answer: Dr. Percy Lebaron Spencer.
7) The atmosphere is held to the earth by _?
8) The band width of fringes is independent of what?
Answer: Order of the fringes.
9) What is the function of ‘Tendril’ in plants?
10) What is the phenomenon that makes light to propagate through optical fibre?
Answer: Total Internal Reflection (TIR).
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 2
Quiz Questions 11 – 20
11) If the physical properties of a solid do not depend on the direction, the solid is known as?
12) Who founded the branch of science known as spectroscopy?
Answer: Anders Jonas Angstrom.
13) What is the name of the chemical with formula KCNS?
Answer: Potassium thiocyanate.
14) Which type of fish covers the sea for miles together and is a wonderful sight to see?
Answer: Jelly Fish.
15) The use of grid in a triode valve is?
Answer: It controls plate to cathode current.
16) What is the ring of bones at the hip called?
Answer: Pelvic girdle.
17) An extra or redundant bit used to detect transmission errors is called?
Answer: Parity bit.
18) When was the ‘Four color theorem’ every map on flat surface or a sphere can be colored without using more than four different colors proved?
19) A thermo flask is polished well. Why?
Answer: To reflect all radiation from outside.
20) Who was known as the ‘Man of thousand faces’?
Answer: Lon Chaney.
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 3
Quiz Questions 21 – 30
21) What is the harmful material left in a sugarcane after its juice has been extracted?
22) Who was the inventor of Rh-factor?
Answer: Karl Landsteiner.
23) Mathematical study of oscillatory motion began with the basic aim to improve the method of _?
Answer: Telling time.
24) When sound waves travel from air to water which of these remains constant?
25) What was the name of the ship in which Captain Scott and his expedition sailed to Antarctica in 1900?
26) Who was the first to study the solar system?
Answer: Isaac Newton.
27) Which source is associated with a line emission spectrum?
Answer: Neon signs.
Quiz Question 28) Who proposed the idea of debt for nature swap, which is now catching up fast all over the world?
Answer: Thomas E. Lovejoy.
29) Which is the most unreadable mathematical classic?
Answer: Principia Mathematica.
30) HTML stands for?
Answer: Hypertext Markup Language.
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 4
Quiz Questions 31 – 40
31) What is aphonia?
Answer: Total loss of voice.
32) Where does the US Congress meet?
Answer: Capitol in Washington.
33) Who was the stamp distributor who became a great poet?
Answer: William Wordsworth.
34) Which country was known previously as Indo China?
35) In which sea does Malta lie?
Answer: The Mediterranean.
36) Where is the Statue of Liberty situated?
Answer: New York City in US.
37) Which is the world’s most visited site?
Answer: Eiffel Tower.
38) Who was the promoter of paperback?
Answer: Sir Allen Lane.
39) What did the Dutch scientist Leeuwenhoek invent?
40) Golden Pagoda in Yangon belongs to?
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 5
Quiz Questions 41 – 50
41) Who said “A thing of beauty a joy forever”?
Answer: John Keats.
42) “Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven”
Who said this?
43) The peculiar bird found in Antarctica is?
44) Which country uses zloty as its currency?
45) ‘The Year of the Dragon’ was celebrated by?
46) “All for each and each for all” is the motto of?
47) New York City stands on?
Answer: Manhattan Island.
48) The river Brahmaputra rises in?
49) What is the Roman symbol for number 50?
50) River Volga goes to?
Answer: Caspian Sea.
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 6
Quiz Questions 51 – 60
51) Where can you find “Golden Gate” bridge?
Answer: San Francisco, US.
52) Which animal is called the ‘old man of the sea’?
Answer: The otter.
52) What are marsupials?
Answer: Animal with pouches to carry their young ones.
53) Through which organ do humans produce sound?
Answer: The Larynx.
54) Where is the driest place in the world?
Answer: The Atacama Desert, South America.
55) Which is the largest palace in the world?
Answer: The Vatican Palace.
56) Which is the world’s largest concrete dam?
Answer: The Grand Coulee Dam, USA.
57) Which country has the same flag as of USA?
58) Blue revolution refers to the production of what?
59) What is the name of Parliament of Norway?
60) What is the name of the Parliament of Netherlands?
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 7
Quiz Questions 61 – 70
61) What is the name of the Parliament of Malaysia?
Answer: Diwan Raquat.
62) Who discovered New Zeland?
Answer: Abel Tasman.
63) Which place is known as Venice of East?
64) Who abolished slavery in America?
Answer: Abraham Lincoln.
65) Where was the first Asian Games held?
Answer: New Delhi, India.
66) Which country conducted the first civil service examination of the world?
67) One planet in the night sky is easily identifiable because of its reddish hue. Which planet?
68) Who devised the carbon transmitter or microphone for the telephone?
Answer: Prof. Hughes.
69) The oldest inhabited capital city in the world?
70) America’s Statue of Liberty located in?
Answer: Liberty Island.
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 8
Quiz Questions 71 – 80
71) Lawrence Durrell a novel called Justine. Who had written a book with the same name much earlier?
Answer: Marquis de Sade.
72) What is ambivalent mean?
Answer: Simultaneous existence of two conflicting attitudes.
73) Name the pigment in carrot?
74) What is rubella?
Answer: German measles.
75) Which football player is known as ‘Black Pearl’?
76) What is the superiority of Arabic numerals over Roman numerals?
Answer: Arabic numerals have the zero.
77) Name the ‘unsinkable ship’ sank on its maiden voyage?
78) In whose books is Miss. Marple, the amateur detective?
Answer: Agatha Christie.
79) Who were the first to notice that a snowflake has six sides?
Answer: The Chinese.
80) Write a word which connects cook, atmosphere and blood?
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 9
Quiz Questions 81 – 90
81) Name the largest water lake in the world?
Answer: Lake Superior, USA.
82) Name the main character of classic Jungle Book?
83) In which year Denmark have adopted a national flag?
Answer: A.D. 1219.
84) Which is the first country to have adopted a national flag?
85) In which European city can you ride in a gondola, a type of boat?
86) Name Britain‘s most luxurious ocean liner?
Answer: Queen Elizabeth.
87) Where would you be if you were actually walking on the ‘way of sorrows’ the path along which Jesus is said to have carried the cross?
88) Which is the largest volcano in the world?
Answer: Mount Kilimanjaro.
89) Which explorer made the largest number of expeditions to Antarctica?
Answer: Richard E. Byrd.
90) Which is Nepal’s best known camping style trekking destination?
Answer: Lake Rara National Park.
Quiz Questions and Answers Part 10
Quiz Questions 91 – 100
91) Which milk pudding is made from starch extracted from the pith of the palm tree?
92) Which vegetable is a green variety of banana, used as a staple food in the tropics?
93) What type of flowers produce vanilla pods?
94) Where was India’s first ship-building yard established?
95) Which disease in children is caused by the intensive use of nitrate fertilizers?
96) Which Scottish waterway links the North Sea with the Atlantic Ocean?
Answer: Caledonian Canal.
97) What is the other name of vitamin A?
98) Which one of the five Great Lakes lies totally within the United States?
Answer: Lake Michigan.
99) What is ichthyology?
Answer: The study of the natural history of fishes.
100) What is the expansion of M.B.B.S?
Answer: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
101) Only one astrological sign is not named after a living creature. Which one?
Answer: Libra (The Scales).