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'C' in Science
This quiz title sounds like it belongs on a high school report card.
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Element Trivia by Numbers

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1 Minute Math (What's the Remainder?)
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What's left? Three rights of course.
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Quick Pic Click: Three Letter Animals (Hard)
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Years of doing crossword doesn't help you recognize these animals you see in the grids all the time.
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Periodic Table Letter Match (Picture Click)
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Get ready to click the starts of elements.
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SI Unit Scientists Picture Click
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Check out the unit on that guy.
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5x5 in 90: Mixed Science Minefield Blitz
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Get ready to have a lot of fun in 90 seconds.
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8-Letter Animals by Image
A 'Sporcler' is not considered an animal. But we know you're a unique breed.
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Science Groups Grab Bag
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Herd, Pod, Pride, Crash, no, wait, you don't mean that type of science groups.
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3 Science Threesomes
It's time to make your science teacher proud.
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Arithmetic Picture Click
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Math and pictures. What more could you want?
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Periodic Table by any 2 Letters (Map)
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Well, let's see just how many seconds you can have left on the clock....
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Who Am I? Scientists, Mathematicians, and Inventors
With all those ideas whizzing around in their heads, it's no wonder they can't keep track of their names.
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Animals That Start with 'D'
These creatures are the darlings of the animal kingdom.
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10 to 1: Animals
We would have put an animal pun in here, but we thought no bunny would laugh.
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Periodic Table Ladder
Alright, who left this ladder lying on the table?
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Beaded Mammals
Even with those beady little eyes, these animals are pretty cute.
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Periodic Table by First & Last Letters
You can take all your lame chemistry jokes and barium.
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Number crossword
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The only type of puzzle in which 19 across could actually be 19.
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Click the Simple Machines
It doesn't get more simple than this.
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Sporcle Clickable Biology
It's...ALIIIIIIIVE!
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Elements With 'TH'
We suggest never trusting atoms, they make everything up.
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Clickable Sort the Biological Compounds
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Pick your poison! Wait! These aren't poisonous.
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Types of Plague
You want to make sure you avoid any type of this infectious disease like...well, the plague.
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7-Letter Animals by Image
This quiz is for real animals only--our apologies to the unicorn community.
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Skull Bones
The are the 'brain helmet bones' for those keeping track at home.
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Quick Pick: Real 'U' to 'Z' Elements
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This series of quizzes is much more about enjoying the decoys.
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Mark a Mushroom (Picture Click)
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It takes a fun guy to make a quiz like this.
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Find the Primes and Perfect Squares!
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Click your way to mathematical happiness.
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Quick Pick: Math Theorems
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Mmmmm.... math theorems.
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Was it Nobel Prizeworthy?
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Maybe you can earn a trip to Sweden.
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Amino Acids by Structure
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An essential quiz for all biochemists.
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Recent popular comments in Science

  1. 3 Science Threesomes
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    @leesuhyo07 You are correct that those are the primary colours of *pigment* - however, the question specifically asks for the primary colours of *light*.
  2. 3 Science Threesomes
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    Is it particularly advisable to have a third of the answers given away in the quiz image?
  3. Animals That Start with 'D'
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    Anyone else try Djerbil for the last one? Hoping it might have been some sort of gerbil from Djibouti..?
  4. 3 Science Threesomes
    27
    @kazil: Actually, there is a hydrogen isotope--commonly known as "deuterium"--which has a neutron. Another isotope--commonly known as "tritium"--has 2 neutrons. Both isotopes are naturally-occurring though in incredibly small quantities (approximately 2 out of every 10000 hydrogen atoms floating around are either deuterium or tritium--with the former being the more common of the two by far).
  5. Who Am I? Scientists, Mathematicians, and Inventors
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    I really appreciate that the female scientists weren't singled out for being female, but just included in the list.
  6. 10 to 1: Animals
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    Wow, quite a bit harder than I was expecting. Well done.
  7. 3 Science Threesomes
    21
    @PsychoticAnomaly - and you were taught correctly as far as pigments are concerned. Light is a different animal. In light, it is red, blue, and green. If you ever find an older color TV set, get nice and close and you can see those three together in tight bunches. Of course, it is terrible for your eyes, but no doubt many of us noticed this as kids.
  8. 8-Letter Animals by Image
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    What I learned today is that "squirrel" has more letters than I thought it has.
  9. Who Am I? Scientists, Mathematicians, and Inventors
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    Love the Heisenberg clue. And poor Rosalind Franklin still not getting proper respect.
  10. 3 Science Threesomes
    19
    Honestly, why not expand this quiz? The concept isn't particularly innovative or anything, but would make a great quiz if it had a large series of topics.