Science Quiz / Over/Under: Science

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Can you name the correct answers to these over/under questions (please read game note)?

 Plays Quiz Updated Feb 21, 2019

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Question and NumberActual is Over or UnderActual Number
Known chemical elements: 103
Min. wind speed for EF5 tornado: 195 MPH
Natural (proteinogenic) amino acids: 35
U.S. Patents held by Thomas Edison: 506
Celsius boiling point of water: 212°
Transition metals: 22
Human chromosome pairs: 46
Time, in months, of elephant gestation: 18
Stars in the Big Dipper: 11
Speed of sound (in 20° C dry air): 2,000 km/h
Basic Trigonometric functions: 9
% volume of air that is oxygen: 36.7%
Question and NumberActual is Over or UnderActual Number
Age of oldest confirmed human ever: 114
Avg. distance from Earth to Moon: 114,000 mi.
Bones in the adult human skeleton: 148
Ounces in a pound (US): 24
Permanent human teeth: 24
Mean radius of the Earth: 2,822 miles
Atomic number of Hydrogen: 7
% of Earth's surface that is water: 78%
Simple machines: 8
Prime numbers lower than 20: 9
# of the final Apollo mission: 13
Pints in a gallon (US): 6
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