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100 Multiple choice questions

  1. As fast as you can go
  2. Area = ∏r2 (Pi times the square of the radius)
  3. Courbet
  4. O-c-c-a-s-i-o-n-a-l-l-y
  5. Rococo
  6. Eugene Debs
  7. Seurat
  8. Kristallnacht
  9. An octave
  10. This is a compound-complex sentence. (Two independent clauses, one dependent or subordinate clause.)
  11. Annabel Lee
  12. Baroque
  13. "Oath of the Horatii"
  14. The first African American Supreme Court Justice
  15. Metallic bond
  16. Woodwind
  17. 90˚
  18. Pointillism
  19. 180˚
  20. Noble Gases
  21. An oxidation-reduction reaction
  22. Separate the good and evil in man
  23. Find the common denominator.
  24. 2.13 x 102
  25. Covalent bond
  26. a2 + b2 = c2
  27. Charles Lindbergh
  28. To give
  29. Anthropomorphism
  30. Ionic bond
  31. The borrowed necklace turned out to be a fake.
  32. Direct object
  33. Niels Bohr
  34. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)
  35. Dimitri Mendeleev
  36. Plagiarism
  37. The Great Depression
  38. Chemical equation
  39. Influenza (flu)
  40. Huey Long
  41. Art Nouveau
  42. Realism
  43. An interlude
  44. An unacceptable or unwelcome person.
  45. Crescendo
  46. A salt and water.
  47. The Great Migration
  48. They have half the chromosomes of regular diploid cells.
  49. Fragonard
  50. People
  51. Table salt
  52. Cassatt
  53. El Greco
  54. It defines the difference between two pitches.
  55. Iamb: unstressed-stressed (or breve-stress)
  56. Although I really wanted to go to the play
  57. Post-Impressionism
  58. Gregor Mendel
  59. Bass
  60. Despite his bravery in other areas, he was afraid that he would be rejected, that he was too ugly to love.
  61. Homer
  62. 2∏r (2 Pi times the radius) or ∏d (Pi times the diameter)
  63. Add the exponents; the product is 1012.
  64. France
  65. A-n-a-l-y-s-i-s
  66. F A C E
  67. Emilio Aguinaldo
  68. 2.13 x 10-3
  69. Facio
  70. Blitzkrieg
  71. The Sinking of the Lusitania and The Zimmerman Note
  72. An angle greater than 90˚ and less than 180˚.
  73. "Speak softly and carry a big stick."
  74. Moscow
  75. 1
  76. Perimeter = 20 meters; Area = 21 square meters
  77. He hears the loud pounding of the heart, which symbolizes his conscience, and he assumes the detectives hear it also.
  78. 88
  79. Bitter taste, feel slimy, ph greater than 7, turn litmus blue, proton (H+) acceptors, form hydroxide (OH-) ions in water
  80. Copper, Iron, Potassium, Sodium, and Phosphorus
  81. Sour taste, ph less than 7, corrosive to metals, turn litmus red, proton (H+) donors, form hydrogen ions (H+) in water
  82. Hyperbole
  83. Mitosis and meiosis
  84. Something given or received in exchange for something else.
  85. A catalyst
  86. Reciprocal
  87. Open Door Policy
  88. Harlem Renaissance
  89. Scopes Trial (Scopes Monkey Trial)
  90. Presto
  91. Protons (positive); Neutrons (neutral/no charge); Electrons (negative)
  92. Impressionism
  93. Lavoisier
  94. Coda
  95. Neoclassical
  96. Lenin
  97. Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Add, Subtract
  98. The Dust Bowl
  99. Planned obsolescence
  100. Potsdam Conference