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Daily Quiz #3922

General Knowledge Quiz for 14 October 2019

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1

Which of these is associated with boxing?

A
Frank Bruno
B
Nigel Mansell
C
John Mayer
D
David Cameron
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2

The pull of gravity on the earth is how many more times stronger than that on the moon?

A
25
B
12
C
18
D
6
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3

A proof of what major mathematics problem was given by Grigori Perelman in 2003, resulting in his being selected to receive the Fields Medal and being awarded the Millennium prize in March 2010?

A
Poincaré conjecture
B
P versus NP problem
C
Hodge's theorem
D
Riemann hypothesis
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4

Which is one of the most prominent landmarks of the city of Abuja in Nigeria?

A
Aso Rock
B
Aloba Arch
C
Uluru
D
Hand of Fatima
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5

Among animals, what is a cob?

A
An adult male swan
B
A small stocky horse
C
Any of these
D
A gull
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6

In the late 18th century, Pennsylvania built a presidential palace in a futile effort to have Philadelphia made the permanent national capital. What happened to it?

A
It was demolished
B
It was turned into a museum
C
It was bought by the University of Pennsylvania
D
It was used as the state Governor's mansion
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7

In the UK television serial drama, "The Singing Detective" (1986), what disease has put the writer who is the central character into hospital?

A
A broken toe
B
Prolonged hiccups
C
Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis
D
A nosebleed
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