100 Questions of Science

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What element has the highest melting point?
How do you say 1 x 10^-27 (0.000000000000000000000000001)?
E = MC^2: What is M?
What is the most abundant element in the universe?
What is the third most abundant element in the Earth's atmosphere?
What symbiotic relationship benefits both organisms?
What are the 3 kinds of heat transfer?
What are the 4 Galilean moons from largest to smallest?
How do you say 1x10^36 (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) in words?
How many seconds are in a degree?
What 2 tectonic plates border the Juan de Fuca plate?
What is the largest type of star?
What does an ampere (amp) measure?
A becquerel is a unit of _____.
? = distance/time
What is the circumference of a circle with a radius of 1 (use 3.14 for π)?
How do you say 1x10^45 (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) in words?
What color of visible light has the shortest wavelength?
Kinetic and _____ energy?
How many seconds are in a millisecond?
What are the antimatter equivalents of an electron, a neutron, and a proton, respectively?
E = MC^2: What is C?
What is the binomial nomenclature of a gorilla?
What kind of symmetry does a starfish have (as an adult)?
Solid, liquid, gas, _____?
? = mass/volume
What is a moon of Pluto?
What is the largest moon in the Solar System?
What 3 elements are named after planets/dwarf planets (not including cerium)?
Name the phases of mitosis in order (excluding interphase).
What is the least complex animal phylum?
Halophiles are grouped because they all need what to survive?
If a liquid is lower on the pH scale, it has a higher _______.
What kind of protein is your hair, nails, and outer skin made of?
What 2 elements are liquid at room temperature (no gallium)?
What phagocyte digests cellular debris and pathogens in the human body?
What is the point where and when an object orbiting the sun is closest to the sun?
What tissue in vascular plants transports water (and some nutrients) through the plant?
? = Mass * velocity
What is 150 in scientific notation (use x for multiply and ^ for an exponent)?
Name the parts of the life classification system from broadest to most specific.
What on the general electromagnetic spectrum has the third smallest wavelength?
What type of organism makes its own food?
What are the top 2 most abundant elements in the human body?
What is 'laser' an acronym for?
Name a simple machine.
What type of asexual reproduction do prokaryotes use?
How many sides does an enneadecagon have (type out the answer)?
What are the negatively charged particles of an atom?
Name the halogens from lowest to highest atomic number.
Hypotenuse/Adjacent side?
If a liquid is higher on the pH scale, it has a higher ________.
What on the general electromagnetic spectrum has the second largest wavelength?
What does DNA stand for?
What is the most geologically active object in the solar system?
What phylum is a sea star in?
What symbiotic relationships benefits one organism and harms the other?
What is the part of a comet that surrounds the nucleus?
Which element has the highest density?
What phylum is the jellyfish in?
In a 30° 60° 90° triangle, the ratios of the legs are: (Short leg = 1) (Long leg = ______?) (Hypotenuse = 2)
Name the noble gases, from lowest to highest atomic number.
What are the first 10 digits of pi?
Ytterbium, yttrium, terbium, and what other element are all named after Ytterby, Sweden?
What is the term for a gas turning into a liquid?
What element on the periodic table is directly below calcium?
'(2πr^2) + h(2πr)' is the surface area formula of what 3-dimensional figure?
4 letter long elements: Gold, iron, zinc, lead, ____?
A triangle has 2 1° angles. What is the measurement of the third angle?
Circumference/diameter =
The 3 major organelles a plant cell has that an animal cell doesn't are the cell wall, the chloroplasts, and the _______.
Microsecond, nanosecond, picosecond, ___________?
What symbiotic relationship benefits one organism and does not affect the other?
What is the formula 'A = √[s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)]' called?
What is a shape with only 1 side?
What is the largest dwarf planet?
Sedimentary, metamorphic, ___________?
How many bones do adults have? How many do children have?
How many degrees are in a heptagon?
What is the male reproductive organ of a flower?
What is the term for a solid turning directly into a gas?
Strawberries reproduce with both seeds and _______.
What 2 types of quarks are in protons?
A joule is a unit of _____.
How many minutes are in a day?
Up, down, top, bottom, strange, _______?
What is the only human tissue that doesn't require blood?
What instrument measures the force of an earthquake?
What is previously named 'unununium' now called?
What are the prime numbers from 0 to 30 (in order)?
Which object in our solar system has the most satellites?
What planet has the longest day? What planet has the longest year?
? = Force/area
What is the boiling point of water in Farenheit or Celsius?
E = MC^2: What is E?
What are the 4 bases of DNA (in alphabetical order)?
What is 25% of 80?
What is a 3 letter element?

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