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Intelligence Quiz #3

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 submittedJuly 10, 2021
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1. Level 1 Geography: What is the largest city in Japan by population?
Osaka
Fukuoka
Tokyo
Nagoya
2. Level 2 Geography: Which is a bordering country of Egypt?
Ethiopia
Chad
Lebanon
Libya
3. Level 3 Geography: What is the legislative capital of Sri Lanka?
Columbo
Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
Colombo
Kelani
4. Level 1 Anatomy: Which body system is directly responsible for breathing?
Respiratory
Nervous
Digestive
Circulatory
5. Level 2 Anatomy: About how many bones are in human legs?
5
20
60
140
6. Level 3 Anatomy: What is the largest organ according to scientists?
Liver
Brain
Heart
Skin
7. Level 1 Math: What is 8 - 17?
-25
-9
-15
-11
8. Level 2 Math: Of the given choices, which is the closest number to pi multiplied by two?
9
30
6
3
9. Level 3 Math: What is 90 divided by 9, multiplied by 5, divided by 2, divided by 10, divided by 2.5000?
10
100
0
1
10. Level 1 History: From which country did South Sudan secede in 2011?
Egypt
Ethiopia
Sudan
Iran
11. Level 2 History: Which document ended World War One?
The Treaty of Berlin
The Treaty of Versailles
The Monroe Doctrine
The Northern Atlantic Treaty Organization
12. Level 3 History: Who first colonized Taiwan?
Spain
China
Japan
Netherlands
13. Level 1 Science: Which element is known to make one's voice higher pitched?
Hydrogen
Helium
Chlorine
Silicon
14. Level 2 Science: What directly makes plants green?
Carbon Dioxide
Chlorophyll
The stem
Glucose
15. Level 3 Science: What is the atomic number of an atom?
The total number of electrons, protons, and neutrons in a nucleus
The number of electrons surrounding the nucleus
The number of protons in a nucleus
The number of protons and neutrons in a nucleus
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