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Intelligence Quiz #2

Try with family and friends! This quiz doesn't exactly determine intelligence but it's a fun way to waste time and test yourself. Comment your score below if you'd like!
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Last updated: July 10, 2021
First submittedJune 22, 2021
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1. Level 1 Geography: Which U.S. State is known for potatoes?
Montana
Iowa
Idaho
Kansas
2. Level 2 Geography: Which city is Mount Fuji near?
Osaka
Tokyo
Shanghai
Jakarta
3. Level 3 Geography: Which is a world capital in South America?
Georgetown
Johannesburg
Manila
Lagos
4. Level 1 Anatomy: Which of the five senses do we use to observe color?
Sound
Sight
Smell
Touch
5. Level 2 Anatomy: What material are ears made of?
Bone
Jelly
Hair
Cartilage
6. Level 3 Anatomy: What is the name for the bones in toes?
Phalanges
Skulls
Nails
Metacarpals
7. Level 1 Math: 13 ÷ 2
6.5
7
6
7.5
8. Level 2 Math: 6² +6³
144
36
12
252
9. Level 3 Math: What is the formula for the volume of a sphere?
V = (L)(W)(H)
V = (4/3)(π)(r³)
V = (π)(r ²)(H)
V = (D)(C)
10. Level 1 History: Which U.S. State was once a country?
Florida
California
Texas
Maine
11. Level 2 History: Which country first discovered Brazil?
Spain
United Kingdom
Netherlands
Portugal
12. Level 3 History: What was the city Guangzhou, China originally called?
Peking
Canton
Bombay
New Rotterdam
13. Level 1 Science: Which process directly causes cloud formation?
Precipitation
Congestion
Evaporation
Condensation
14. Level 2 Science: What is the second full moon in a month called?
Blood Moon
Blue Moon
Red moon
New Moon
15. Level 3 Science: Which best explains Nuclear Fission?
A process in which an atomic nucleus becomes unstable
Any form of energy release on Earth
A process in which atoms are joined together
A large explosion
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