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Trivia Contest


Test your knowledge of facts and trivia. Here is a Trivia Quiz which will be challenging. Submit your answers to the Trivia Quiz, and those with the most correct answers will be inducted into the INTERNET TRIVIA HALL OF FAME.

There are 10 questions in the Trivia Contest. Good Luck!


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Internet Trivia Hall of Fame

These are the people who have demonstrated expertise in Trivia.

Alan Gould, Huntington Beach, California, USA

Donna Man, Dallas, Texas, USA

Torben Pedersen, Canyon Country, California, USA

Jonathan Lega, Westfield, New Jersey, USA

KM, Portland, Maine, USA

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Solutions to the Last Challenge

The last Trivia Quiz is shown below, first without answers and further down with answers. Try this one for fun. To be in the contest, try our Current Trivia Challenge.

LAST TRIVIA QUIZ

1. What did Cassius Clay first change his name to?

  • A. Cassius X
  • B. Mohammed Clay
  • C. Mohammed Ali
  • D. Cassius Ali
  • 2.What color is malachite?

  • A. Brown
  • B. Green
  • C. Black
  • D. Yellow
  • 3. How old was Joan of Arc when she first heard her voices?

  • A. 12
  • B. 16
  • C. 13
  • D. 14
  • 4. What color eggs are mentioned in the title of a Dr. Seuss bestseller?

  • A. Red
  • B. Yellow
  • C. Blue
  • D. Green
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  • 5. What's the capital of Kenya?

  • A. Nairobi
  • B. Lusaka
  • C. Dodoma
  • D. Addis Ababa
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  • 6. What Kentucky city calls itself The Horse Center of America?

  • A. Louisville
  • B. Lexington
  • C. Frankfort
  • D. Bowling Green
  • 7. What country contains the highest point in South America?

  • A. Venezuela
  • B. Brazil
  • C. Argentina
  • D. Chile
  • 8. What planet spins on its axis at a quarter-mile per second?

  • A. Moon
  • B. Mars
  • C. Jupiter
  • D. Earth
  • 9.What direction do most baseball pitchers pitch toward?

  • A. West
  • B. East
  • C. North
  • D. South
  • 10.What fell on the Sahara on February 18, 1979?

  • A. A satellite
  • B. Snow
  • C. Two 747's
  • D. Six inches of rain
  • Solutions to the Last Challenge

    TRIVIA QUIZ AND SOUTIONS

    1. What did Cassius Clay first change his name to?

  • A. Cassius X
  • B. Mohammed Clay
  • C. Mohammed Ali
  • D. Cassius Ali
  • A.

    2.What color is malachite?

  • A. Brown
  • B. Green
  • C. Black
  • D. Yellow
  • B.

    3. How old was Joan of Arc when she first heard her voices?

  • A. 12
  • B. 16
  • C. 13
  • D. 14
  • C.

    4. What color eggs are mentioned in the title of a Dr. Seuss bestseller?

  • A. Red
  • B. Yellow
  • C. Blue
  • D. Green
  •  
  • D.

    5. What's the capital of Kenya?

  • A. Nairobi
  • B. Lusaka
  • C. Dodoma
  • D. Addis Ababa
  •  
  • A.

    6. What Kentucky city calls itself The Horse Center of America?

  • A. Louisville
  • B. Lexington
  • C. Frankfort
  • D. Bowling Green
  • B.

    7. What country contains the highest point in South America?

  • A. Venezuela
  • B. Brazil
  • C. Argentina
  • D. Chile
  • C.

    8. What planet spins on its axis at a quarter-mile per second?

  • A. Moon
  • B. Mars
  • C. Jupiter
  • D. Earth
  • D.

    9.What direction do most baseball pitchers pitch toward?

  • A. West
  • B. East
  • C. North
  • D. South
  • A.

    10.What fell on the Sahara on February 18, 1979?

  • A. A satellite
  • B. Snow
  • C. Two 747's
  • D. Six inches of rain
  • B.

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    The New Trivia Challenges

    Submit your answers on the Trivia Puzzle Entry Form. If you include your e-mail address we will send you the contest results, or come back here at the end of the contest for correct answers and winners.

    Current Trivia Challenge

    1. Silver that contains 7.5 percent copper is called

  • A. cuprous argentum
  • B. platinum
  • C. silver oxide
  • D. sterling
  • 2. How many dozen columns grace the Lincoln Memorial?

  • A. one
  • B. two
  • C. three
  • D. four
  • 3. In what city does Romeo woo Juliet?

  • A. Venice
  • B. Verona
  • C. Rome
  • D. Lisbon
  • 4. What shape is the Blue Room of the White House?

  • A. oval
  • B. circle
  • C. square
  • D. rectangular
  • 5. Whose name was the last word Napoleon is said to have uttered?

  • A. Josephine's
  • B. Brutus'
  • C. Louis XII's
  • D. his own
  • 6. What beverage did Louis Pasteur first pasteurize in 1864?

  • A. beer
  • B. wine
  • C. milk
  • D. champagne
  • 7. How many funnels did the Lusitania have?

  • A. three
  • B. two
  • C. four
  • D. five
  • 8. What jockey won 17 Triple Crown races?

  • A. Bill Shoemaker
  • B. Johnny Langden
  • C. Pat Day
  • D. Eddie Arcaro
  • 9. How many strings are there on a mandolin?

  • A. four
  • B. five
  • C. six
  • D. eight
  • 10. What country is home to the most (amount) bald eagles?

  • A. USA
  • B. Mexico
  • C. Canada
  • D. Spain
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