Statistics for AK’s General Knowledge A-Z #31

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General Stats

  • This quiz has been taken 147 times
  • The average score is 18 of 26

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
B – German composer whose Symphony No. 5 (5 is "V" in Latin numerals) starts with the Morse code for “V” ( ··· – )Ludwig van Beethoven
97%
T – Norse god who loves his hammer (a chemical element has been named after him)Thor
94%
L – all’s fair in this and warLove
92%
D – a genre of modern music characterised by sampled beats and repetitive rhythms, or what Kevin Costner did with wolvesDance
90%
Q – central religious text of Islam and the most memorised book in the worldQuran
89%
M – a small rodent, or a pointing deviceMouse
88%
J – first name used by boxer Louis and baseball legend DiMaggioJoe
86%
V – Madonna’s 1990 hit, or a U.S. fashion and lifestyle magazineVogue
86%
Y – long-haired domesticated cattle found throughout the Himalayan regionYak
80%
A – country where the second largest city is GrazAustria
79%
Z – ethnic group and language in southern AfricaZulu
79%
E – another name for aubergine and brinjalEggplant
78%
N – Jack who stars in the movie with German title Einer flog über das KuckucksnestNicholson
69%
R – to lift up, or Hitchcock’s film ____WindowRear
65%
K – first name of actor Sutherland (24, Designated Survivor)Kiefer
64%
F – Germanic tribes that gave their name to the homeland of Audrey Tautou and Emmanuel MacronFranks
61%
P – official name of Monaco is the _________ of MonacoPrincipality
60%
S – Brawl _____, Supercell’s most popular app in 2020, or reality TV series Pawn ____Stars
59%
I – country where the highest peak is Mount Damavand, a potentially active stratovolcanoIran
57%
O – aged and wise (or know-it-all) character in Winnie-the-PoohOwl
56%
W – how daylight saving time was called when U.S. Congress implemented a law for it during WWII (___ Time)War
52%
G – Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus or Neptune (term referring to composition and size)Gas Giant
46%
U – very long-distance endurance events, ranging from greater than Marathon distance to several daysUltramarathon
45%
H – is “hamre” in Danish, or Mike in Mickey Spillane’s crime novelsHammer
40%
X – an emoticon used to symbolize dying from laughterXD
34%
C – the Four Great Inventions from ancient China are gunpowder, papermaking, printing and the _______Compass
30%

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