Are You Smarter Than a College Student? VII

Can you name the answers to these general trivia questions intended for a college audience?

Who was the first president of the United States? 
How many Harry Potter movies were released? 
For light, the three primary colors are red, blue and what color? 
What shared fate do Abraham Lincoln, Anwar Sadat, and Yitzhak Rabin have in common? 
What is the capital of the state of New York? 
What was the first full-length feature movie made by Pixar Studios? 
What female pop singer's 40-year career has included hits 'Like a Virgin,' 'Like a Prayer,' and 'Material Girl?' 
In North America, there are 5 Great Lakes. Which lake is the largest in area of these? 
What CBS TV show picked up Ashton Kutcher to replace a character that Charlie Sheen used to play (and they killed off)? 
Which specific language is spoken by more people on the planet than any other, with about a billion speakers? 
The UK is made up of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. What are the three parts of Great Britain? 
What disease, caused by a lack of vitamin C, results in gum damage and loose teeth? It often happened to pirates and sailors on long sea voyages without citrus fruits. 
In economics, what two complementary factors are most commonly associated with causing changes in the price of a good? 
Which comic strip by Charles Schulz featured Linus van Pelt, Peppermint Patty, and Woodstock? 
Which two US States have the longest borders with Mexico? 
All of the Nobel Prizes are given out by one country, except for Peace which is given out by Norway. Who gives out the others? 
In Twilight, the main character Bella has two possible love interests, a vampire and a werewolf. Name either the werewolf or the vampire. 
A timpani is what kind of musical instrument? 
If an alcoholic beverage is 100 proof, what percent of the beverage is alcohol by volume? 
The city of Wellington is the southernmost national capital. What country is Wellington in? 
What is Frühling in German, primavera in Spanish, and printemps in French? 
The singer-songwriter Björk hails from what European country? 
The royal families of what two countries fought for power and control during the 100 Years War? 
How many outs will there be in a regulation professional baseball game if the home team loses? 
What do you call the three cards turned over in the middle of a game of Texas Hold 'Em? 
What country has Dutch speakers called the Flemish, French speakers called Walloons, and a small group of German speakers? 
Three of the top six Fortune 500 companies in the US in 2014 all were in the same business. What business were these companies in? 
The brain of a computer is called the CPU. What does CPU stand for? 
What dynasty ruled China from 1368 until the 1600's? 
In the UK, you might have to lift up the bonnet on your lorry if it is having trouble. What would a bonnet and a lorry be in American English? 
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