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  • Geography Extreme Hodge Podge Entertainment Science and Tech 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
  • Questions
    • What country produces and uses the most energy?
  • Answer
    • The United States
    • Pg. 72
    • What famous explorer worked for China Emperor Kublai Khan and even governed a Chinese city?
    • Marco Polo
    • pg.87
    • What continental drift occurred 200 million years ago?
    • Triassic
    • pg. 91
    • What state is called the Land of 10,000 Lakes?
    • Minnesota
    • pg. 299
    • What year did the Chinese begin building the Great Wall?
    • 221 BC
    • pg. 322
    • What country’s flag is yellowish + orange with a dragon in the middle on the line?
    • Bhutan
    • pg.158
    • What two states recorded their lowest temperature on record on the date Jan.30, 1966?
    • Alabama and Mississippi
    • pg.313
    • What is the tallest free-standing structure?
    • CN TOWER in Toronto
    • pg.48
    • Who was the youngest person ever to climbed to the top of Mount Everest on May 24,2003?
    • Ming Kipa Sherpa
    • pg.202
    • Where is the world cow chip throwing contest held every year?
    • Beaver, Oklahoma
    • pg.201
    • What is the name (and country) of the 3 rd longest river in the world?
    • Chang River – China
    • pg.84
    • What day in 2008 does the Jewish holiday Hanukkah begin?
    • December 22, 2008
    • pg.206
    • The didgeridoo musical instrument was invented by _______ ?
    • Australian Aborigines
    • pg.138
    • What strange holiday is celebrated on June 13?
    • Blame Someone Else Day
    • pg.101
    • What year was the toy, LEGO, invented and by whom ?
    • 1949, Ole Kirk Christiansen
    • pg.80
    • What is the name of the cave in France that contains some of the earliest known cave art?
    • Lascaux
    • pg.33
    • Name the inventor and the country where s/he is from that invent the cellular telephone.
    • Ericsson Company (Sweden)
    • pg.111
    • How many copies of of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince sold per hour on the first day of its release in the U.S. which made it the fastest-selling book in history?
    • 287,000 per hour
    • pg.46
    • In the IM Dictionary what does “ROFL” mean?
    • Rolling on the floor laughing
    • pg.250
    • What book won the Caldecott Medal (for the artist of the best children’s picture book) in 2007?
    • Flotsam
    • by David Wiesner
    • pg.42
    • What do you call a female ferret?
    • Jill
    • pg.25
    • What percentage of US garage was recycled in 2005?
    • About one-third
    • pg.68
    • The average U.S. kid produces how many pounds of trash each year?
    • 1,657 pounds
    • pg.69
    • What planet is the hottest one?
    • Venus
    • pg.221
    • Where were XO laptops sent in 2007?
    • Developing countries
    • pg.251