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Daily Quiz #4119

General Knowledge Quiz for 28 April 2020

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1

Which of these countries has the largest land area?

A
Fiji
B
United Kingdom
C
Tonga
D
New Zealand
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2

"Integral" and "differential" are technical terms used in what?

A
Mathematics
B
Chess
C
Flower arranging
D
Philosophy
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3

In 1567 Queen Elizabeth I established England's first what?

A
National Lottery
B
National Museum
C
Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race on the Thames
D
University open to all academically qualified students from whatever race, religion, social class
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4

Who designed the British World War II fighter plane, the Spitfire?

A
Barnes Wallis
B
Christopher Cockerell
C
Reginald Mitchell
D
Clive Sinclair
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5

Irish, British and Welsh (respectively) comedians and television presenters, Dara O Briain, Rory McGrath and Griff Rhys Jones, rowed a wooden skiff in what BBC TV programme?

A
Three-Two-One Go
B
Three Men go to Scotland
C
Three Men Go For It
D
Three Men in a Boat
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6

The word "infant" is derived from Latin words meaning what?

A
No hair
B
Unable to walk
C
Not speaking
D
Toothless
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7

The present human footspeed record was set in 2009 by Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt. What speed did he reach?

A
48 km/h (30 mph)
B
37.578 km/h (23.35 mph)
C
44.725 km/h (27.79 mph)
D
27.79 kph (17.27 mph)
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