# 100 Math and Science General Knowledge Questions

## Math and Science General Knowledge Part 1

1. Do you know the number of land miles available in a league?

Answer: 3.

2. The measure of Pascal is what?

Answer: Pressure.

3. A slice’s two-dimensional image can be seen through an object which is three-dimensional. What is the name of that image?

Answer: Tomogram.

4. What is water’s boiling point?

Answer: 212 degrees.

5. What is the travel speed of light?

Answer: 186,000 miles per second.

6. A fluid can resist flow. What is the name of this ability?

Answer: Viscosity.

7. What is the way of a solvent which goes through a membrane from a weaker concentration to a stronger concentration until both these solutions come to the equivalent concentration?

Answer: Osmosis.

8. A Halophyte plant grows in a specific kind of solution. What is it?

Answer: Saline.

9. Do you know the number of the sides of a pentadecagon?

Answer: 15.

10. A snowflake has how many sides?

Answer: 6.

11. Aquamarine and emerald come from which gemstone?

Answer: Beryl.

12. If you do the square root of one quarter, what will you get?

Answer: One half.

13. If you want to measure lesser than 360 degrees but greater than 180 degrees, what type of angle will you use?

Answer: Reflex angle.

14. What is the name of that figure which is a polygon but has four unequal sides?

Answer: Quadrilateral.

15. What is the term of the space without matter?

Answer: Vacuum.

16. One ton consists of how many ounces?

Answer: 32,000.

17. Total how many colours are there in a rainbow?

Answer: 7.

18. A radioactive source activity has a unit measurement. What is it?

Answer: Becquerel.

19. One U.S. gallon has how many litters?

Answer: 3.78 litters.

20. Name the planet which has a cloud pattern in white in its atmosphere. The nickname of this planet is “Scooter.”

Answer: Neptune.

21. What is known as 1/100th of a gemstone’s carat weight?

Answer: Point.

22. Do you know which metal is the most abundant in the crust of the earth?

Answer: Aluminum.

23. What is the name of the metal that melts at 30°C?

Answer: Gallium.

24. 94. Which human-invented material is used the most in the world?

Answer: Concrete.

25. One kilometre has how many millimetres?

Answer: 1,000,000.

## Math and Science General Knowledge Part 2 (Questions 25-50)

26. Which element’s melting point is the highest?

Answer: Carbon.

27. A bright natural object shines at night. Do you know the name of that planet?

Answer: Venus.

28. What is the name of the floating rock?

Answer: Pumice.

29. One mile has how many inches?

Answer: 63,360.

30. At room temperature which metal becomes liquid?

Answer: Mercury.

31. What type of force draws away a rotating body from its rotation’s center?

Answer: Centrifugal Force.

32. If you do a half of a half of a half of a half, what will you get?

Answer: Sixteenth.

33. 1 to 100 has how many prime numbers?

Answer: 25.

34. An aqueous solution’s basicity or acidity should be specified with which numeric scale?

Answer: pH.

35. What compound comes with 1,000 kg/m³ density?

Answer: Water.

36. What is the name of the universe’s strongest magnet?

Answer: Magnetar.

37. One tablespoon is made of how many teaspoons?

Answer: 3.

38. A type of triangle has three different length sides. What are they?

Answer: Scalene.

39. A non-leap year has how many seconds?

Answer: 31,536,000.

40. One acre counts how many square feet?

Answer: 43,560 square feet.

41. One byte is made of how many bits?

Answer: 8.

42. One terabyte equals how many megabytes?

Answer: 1,048,576.

43. How many following hours prepares Nychthemeron?

Answer: 24.

44. According to the Earth calendar, the number of revolves the moon does around the earth in a year is?

Answer: 13.

45. What is the alcohol percentage of 70 proofs whiskey?

Answer: 35%.

46. What is the name of the solar system’s hottest planet?

Answer: Venus.

47. What is the name of the most overflowing protein found in mammals?

Answer: Collagen.

48. Atmospheric pressure is measured by which instrument?

Answer: Barometer.

49. A star, the Big Dipper is in which constellation?

Answer: Ursa Major.

50. Earth’s total surface has how many square miles?

Answer: 197 million square miles.

## Math and Science General Knowledge Part 3 (Questions 51-75)

51. Castor beans have a toxin. What is it?

Answer: Ricin.

52. One fathom consists of how many feet?

Answer: 6.

53. CCXVII is Roman numerals. It equals which number?

Answer: 109.

54. If you go at the bottom of the atmosphere of the earth till 9 miles what will you find?

Answer: Troposphere.

55. One week holds how many hours?

Answer: 168.

56. What is the name of the strongest natural fibre?

Answer: Limpet teeth.

57. Name the first element which was found through synthesis?

Answer: Technetium.

58. Albert Einstein won the Nobel Prize in Physics. What was the year?

Answer: 1921.

59. A score holds how many years?

Answer: 20.

60. Which element’s Periodic Table symbol is He?

Answer: Helium.

61. Follow Roman numeral format and write 531.

Answer: DXXXI.

62. Name that quadrilateral which has two unequal parallel sides.

Answer: Trapezium.

63. A cube has how many edges?

Answer: 12.

64. Which gas does not face any chemical reaction in different conditions?

Answer: Inert gas.

65. The number 225 has a square root. What is it?

Answer: 15.

66. Name the planet that does clockwise rotation.

Answer: Venus.

67. Do you know which pigment converts leaves into green?

Answer: Chlorophyll.

68. Do you know the name of the solar system’s largest moon?

Answer: Ganymede.

69. Earth’s every living species contain which element?

Answer: Carbon.

70. A square mile contains how many square feet?

Answer: 27,878,400.

71. What can be classified as the Koppen System?

Answer: Climate.

72. What is the circumference of the earth in miles?

Answer: 24,901 miles.

73. One hundred yards counts how many inches?

Answer: 3,600.

74. A sherardized object is coated with which metal?

Answer: Zinc.

75. What rock’s metamorphosis forms Marble?

Answer: Limestone.

## Math and Science General Knowledge Part 4 (Questions 76-100)

76. What is the name of that metal which holds the biggest melting point?

Answer: Tungsten.

77. One mile equals how many feet?

Answer: 5,280.

78. One square foot has how many square inches?

Answer: 144.

79. A decagon has how many sides?

Answer: 10.

80. The cube root of the number of 64 is what?

Answer: 4.

81. If you count from 1 to 100, what will get as the largest prime number?

Answer: 97.

82. What is the name of the planet that has Galilean Moons orbit?

Answer: Jupiter.

83. A dollar can be changed in how many ways?

Answer: 293.

84. Which vitamin is known as Ascorbic acid?

Answer: Vitamin C.

85. Steel is formed with the combination of iron and which element?

Answer: Carbon.

86. A hexagon has how many interior angles?

Answer: 720.

87. Which study is known as Dendrology?

Answer: Trees.

88. 5 litters equal to how many millilitres?

Answer: 5,000.

89. One furlong consists of how many yards?

Answer: 220.

90. A second’s 1/100th is known as what?

Answer: Jiffy.

91. What does a standard clock face when all the numbers are added up?

Answer: 78.

92. Which company has a registered trademark of Ethernet?

Answer: Xerox.

93. A rhombus has how many sides?

Answer: 4.

94. If you multiply 1089 with 9, what will be the result?

Answer: 9801.

95. The first artificial object was launched in the year 1972. It left the solar system. Do you know the name of that spacecraft?

Answer: Pioneer 10.

96. In January we see the full moon in the sky. What is the name of that full moon?

Answer: Wolf Moon.

97. What is the other name of Iron pyrite?

Answer: Fool’s gold.

98. There is only one number which has the same amount of letters in its spelling. What is it?

Answer: 4.

99. Name the radioactive element that comes from pitchblende and carnotite.

Answer: Uranium.

100. Which rock type is known as obsidian?

Answer: Igneous.

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