Almost Useless Trivia VI Quiz Stats

Quiz Updated Jan 25, 2017

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Trivia Question Answer % Correct
Which shape has 4 sides of identical length and four identically sized angles?square
97%
What is the largest US state in area?Alaska
88.3%
What food around the world is called käse, queso, fromage or paneer?cheese
85.3%
What does the B stand for in a BLT sandwich?bacon
85.1%
What is the past tense form of the verb 'to buy?'bought
83.8%
Which solar system planet is named for the Roman god of war?Mars
80.3%
In what city do football clubs West Ham United, Fulham, Chelsea and Arsenal play?London
77.5%
What animal, which comes in a 2-toed or 3-toed variety, is also the name of a deadly sin?sloth
77.4%
What word completes all these movies: Men in __, ___ Swan, ___ Hawk Down?Black
76.1%
Which band's lineup has included Keith Richards and Mick Jagger since 1962?The Rolling Stones
76.1%
What was the name of the spider that helped save the life of Wilbur the pig?Charlotte
75.3%
What is the arithmetic average of 10 and 100?55
72.1%
What is the formal name of the thighbone, the largest leg bone?femur
71.2%
What US president saw the Great Depression end and WWII begin on his watch?Franklin Roosevelt
71.1%
Which TV show has had judges in different countries including Adam Levine, Tom Jones, and Seal?The Voice
70.7%
Trivia Question Answer % Correct
Which part of the United Kingdom has its capital in Cardiff?Wales
69.9%
In which ocean will you find the country of Mauritius?Indian Ocean
67.4%
Which online auction website is pronounced the same way as Pig Latin for a buzzing insect?eBay
67.2%
What Shakespearean play is the story of a thane who kills the king of Scotland?Macbeth
65.9%
What country's main islands are Honshu and Hokkaido?Japan
65.4%
Dominica is the only country in the world to feature what color on its flag?purple
62.9%
Which author wrote Oliver Twist and Great Expectations?Charles Dickens
61.2%
What is the official language of Guinea?French
58%
Which Dutch painter's works include Sunflowers, Irises, and Starry Night?Vincent Van Gogh
54.9%
What woodwind, from the Italian for small, is half the size of a flute?piccolo
53.1%
Who is the brother of Nintendo's plumbing Mario?Luigi
52.7%
Which chemical element has the symbol Sn?tin
46.9%
What African country name ends with the letters 'li'?Mali
44.7%
In what city is the headquarters for the United Nations?New York
42.6%
In what country can two of the three holy sites of Islam, Mecca and Medina, be found?Saudi Arabia
33.9%

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