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Math Minefield Blitz: Easy as 123
The words 'minefield' and 'easy' don't seem like they belong together.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
This or That: Alphabetical Elements

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Earth or Space?
Sometimes Earth looks so otherworldly.
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Element Trivia by Numbers
It looks like chemistry and math go hand in hand.
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Animal Geography
Terrible Joke Alert! What do you get if you cross a farm animal with a map maker? A cow-tographer.
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Sunrise by Planet: East or West
You should probably know this, in case you have to navigate on another planet.
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An Elemental Sorting Blitz
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This is the sort of quiz that chemists like.
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Super Science Bunker III
We'd say you don't have to be Einstein to ace this quiz, but it is a science bunker...
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1-10 Multiplication Blitz
It's all about the patterns.
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Country by Nobel Chemistry Laureate
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Maybe someday Nauru will be on this list.
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Redefined Elements
Don't let this quiz LEAD you astray. It's still about elements.
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Click an Herbivore
These animals would fit right in with the vegetarian crowd.
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30 Second Simple Math Blitz
If you had a bad experience in elementary school math class, this may bring it all back.
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Scientist by Picture
One thing's for sure, none of these people invented the comb.
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Human Body Systems (Redux)
Your life depends on these.
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Label the Flower
A rose by any other name would still have the same parts.
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Weather Map Symbols (image map)
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Whether you like this quiz or not is up to the weather.
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Animals that Start with 'C'
Can you 'c' these animals?
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Magic Hexagon
More fun than a Magic 8 Ball.
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Challenger Disaster Crew
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A challenging quiz to honor the Challenger crew.
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Prime Numbers Through 100 (To Scale)
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I think this quiz was prime for an editor pick
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Air Force Museum (image)
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I hope you pass this quiz with flying colors.
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Mendeleev's Periodic Table (Map)
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O! How things have changed.
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Bones of the Face, Skull, & Ear
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You'll feel all heady if you do well on this quiz.
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Mini Word Games: Elements
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The Gamium is afoot!
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Animal Phylum By Picture (Slideshow)
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This quiz has class, oh wait, no...
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'S' Bones
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Will you have a bone to pick with this quiz?
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Which Letter Is Missing? (Element Symbols)
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Th s qui s ve y fu !
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Scientific Foursomes
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Four cheers for science!
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'T' Elements on a Map
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This quiz is perfect to a T for chemists.
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It Is Rocket Science.
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Well, this quiz isn't rocket science, oh no wait, it is!
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Element pairs by position of 'Y'
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Y oh Y are there so many elements.
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Recent popular comments in Science

  1. 1-10 Multiplication Blitz
    29
    That bl$$dy side panel advert screwed up the input box. Sporcle - time to get rid of it.
  2. 1-10 Multiplication Blitz
    28
    Some of those were extremely fun to type in at speed for some reason, like 9 18 27 36 45 54 63 72 81 90
  3. Earth or Space?
    27
    I was enjoying the pictures so much I didn't care about my score!
  4. Super Science Bunker III
    19
    "What is the gauge boson of the strong nuclear force?" Hey, I know some of those words!
  5. Sunrise by Planet: East or West
    18
    @BestLoser: Because Venus has a thick atmosphere consisting of mostly carbon dioxide and on top of that a bunch of clouds consisting of sulfuric acid and sulfur dioxide all around it. These clouds reflect almost all light in the visible part of the light spectrum, making it impossible for humans to see through them. Mind you, you wouldn't want to be on the surface of Venus, because 1) it is hot as hell (700+ K) 2) the pressure is so high, you'll be flat like a pancake. @Happ_Hazzard: Yes it does, very very slowly. The most common believe is that Venus had a collision with a very large asteroid like object in the beginning of the Solar System, and may have absorbed that object and therefore its mass, energy and angular momentum. The believe is that if the angular momentum of that object was big enough, it could have changed Venus' rotation from counterclockwise like the rest of them to clockwise. And now a general remark on Uranus: it is quite difficult to decide on the direction of the sunrise for a planet that has a rotational axis pointing almost directly to the sun >< That wacky planet rolls around the sun like a ball.
  6. Math Minefield Blitz: Easy as 123
    11
    If you're actually suggesting basic operations can't be maths because they look like hieroglyphics, you should have a look at some mathematical proofs to see what Maths look like. Mathematics has its own language.
  7. Math Minefield Blitz: Easy as 123
    11
    You better make sure you know absolute value!
  8. Sunrise by Planet: East or West
    11
    Guessing east payed off relatively well.
  9. Sunrise by Planet: East or West
    10
    @toddsnends - Jupiter spins so quickly that it bulges significantly in the middle - its equatorial radius is about 4500 km larger than its polar radius. That's about the diameter of Mercury! And speaking of Mercury, due to its slow rotation and highly eccentric orbit the Sun appears to stop at midday, reverse direction and start setting towards the east, before changing direction again and heading back west.
  10. 1-10 Multiplication Blitz
    10
    I was always good with the 7s because of the NFL...and 9s were certainly a joy to type on a the keyboard :)