Do you consider yourself a science enthusiast? Can you differentiate between mitosis and meiosis, or explain the theory of relativity? If you think you’ve got what it takes, we invite you to test your knowledge with our ‘General Science Quiz’. It’s a fun way to explore the depths of your knowledge, challenge your understanding, and learn something new. So, are you ready to put your scientific prowess to the test? Let’s see if you’re a true science whiz!

What is the atomic number of carbon?

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  • a 6
  • b 12
  • c 8
  • d 14
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Who is known as the father of modern biology?

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  • a Alexander Fleming
  • b Charles Darwin
  • c Louis Pasteur
  • d Gregor Mendel
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What is the longest river in the world?

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  • a Nile River
  • b Mississippi River
  • c Yangtze River
  • d Amazon River
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What is the scientific name for the study of insects?

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  • a Entomology
  • b Ornithology
  • c Herpetology
  • d Ichthyology
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Which scientist is known for the theory of relativity?

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  • a Galileo Galilei
  • b Isaac Newton
  • c Nikola Tesla
  • d Albert Einstein
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Which planet is known as the Red Planet?

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  • a Saturn
  • b Mars
  • c Jupiter
  • d Venus
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What is the chemical symbol for Helium?

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  • a Ho
  • b Ha
  • c H
  • d He
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What is the longest river in the world?

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  • a Mississippi River
  • b Nile River
  • c Amazon River
  • d Yangtze River
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What is the study of fossils called?

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  • a Astronomy
  • b Geology
  • c Biology
  • d Paleontology
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What is the study of the stars and space called?

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  • a Meteorology
  • b Oceanography
  • c Astronomy
  • d Geology
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What is the basic unit of life?

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  • a Molecule
  • b Cell
  • c Atom
  • d Organism
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Which planet is known as the 'Blue Planet'?

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  • a Mars
  • b Saturn
  • c Earth
  • d Jupiter
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What is the chemical symbol for Hydrogen?

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  • a Hy
  • b He
  • c Ho
  • d H
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What is the capital of Australia?

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  • a Sydney
  • b Melbourne
  • c Canberra
  • d Perth
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Which animal has the highest blood pressure?

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  • a Giraffe
  • b Elephant
  • c Blue Whale
  • d Hippopotamus
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What is the smallest planet in our solar system?

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  • a Mars
  • b Venus
  • c Mercury
  • d Earth
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Who discovered the law of gravity?

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  • a Johannes Kepler
  • b Johannes Kepler
  • c Isaac Newton
  • d Galileo Galilei
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What is the largest planet in our solar system?

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  • a Earth
  • b Jupiter
  • c Saturn
  • d Uranus
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Which planet is known as the Morning Star or the Evening Star?

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  • a Venus
  • b Saturn
  • c Jupiter
  • d Mars
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What is the scientific name for the study of insects?

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  • a Herpetology
  • b Ichthyology
  • c Ornithology
  • d Entomology
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What is the capital of Canada?

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  • a Toronto
  • b Vancouver
  • c Montreal
  • d Ottawa
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What is the most common element in the universe?

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  • a Oxygen
  • b Hydrogen
  • c Carbon
  • d Helium
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What is the study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment?

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  • a Biology
  • b Chemistry
  • c Physics
  • d Science
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What is the name of the largest desert in the world?

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  • a Arctic
  • b Kalahari
  • c Sahara
  • d Gobi
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What is the largest type of shark?

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  • a Tiger Shark
  • b Whale Shark
  • c Hammerhead Shark
  • d Great White Shark
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What is the most common element in the Earth's crust?

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  • a Oxygen
  • b Iron
  • c Silicon
  • d Aluminum
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What is the scientific name for the study of birds?

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  • a Herpetology
  • b Entomology
  • c Ornithology
  • d Ichthyology
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What is the process by which plants make food called?

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  • a Photosynthesis
  • b Digestion
  • c Osmosis
  • d Respiration
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What is the scientific name for the fear of spiders?

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  • a Claustrophobia
  • b Acrophobia
  • c Arachnophobia
  • d Agoraphobia
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What is the smallest unit of matter?

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  • a Proton
  • b Electron
  • c Atom
  • d Molecule
  • e Somthing else
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Which planet has the most moons?

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  • a Mars
  • b Jupiter
  • c Earth
  • d Saturn
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What is the scientific name for the process plants use to convert sunlight into food?

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  • a Digestion
  • b Photosynthesis
  • c Respiration
  • d Fermentation
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What is the study of the weather called?

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  • a Geology
  • b Hydrology
  • c Astronomy
  • d Meteorology
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What is the largest gland in the human body?

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  • a Pancreas
  • b Thyroid
  • c Liver
  • d Adrenal
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What is the study of earthquakes called?

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  • a Seismology
  • b Meteorology
  • c Volcanology
  • d Geology
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What is the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust?

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  • a Copper
  • b Iron
  • c Aluminum
  • d Silver
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What is the chemical symbol for gold?

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  • a Go
  • b G
  • c Ag
  • d Au
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What is the hardest natural substance on Earth?

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  • a Gold
  • b Iron
  • c Diamond
  • d Graphite
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What is the study of the stars and space called?

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  • a Astronomy
  • b Meteorology
  • c Oceanography
  • d Geology
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Which blood type is known as the universal donor?

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  • a A
  • b B
  • c O
  • d AB
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What is the smallest country in the world?

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  • a San Marino
  • b Vatican City
  • c Monaco
  • d Liechtenstein
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What gas do plants absorb from the atmosphere?

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  • a Nitrogen
  • b Carbon Dioxide
  • c Helium
  • d Oxygen
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What is the tallest mountain in the world?

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  • a Mount Fuji
  • b Kilimanjaro
  • c Mount Everest
  • d K2
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What is the largest ocean on Earth?

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  • a Pacific Ocean
  • b Arctic Ocean
  • c Atlantic Ocean
  • d Indian Ocean
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What is the densest planet in our solar system?

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  • a Jupiter
  • b Mars
  • c Saturn
  • d Earth
  • e Other
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What is the chemical symbol for silver?

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  • a Au
  • b Si
  • c Ag
  • d S
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What is the largest mammal in the world?

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  • a Giraffe
  • b Blue Whale
  • c Elephant
  • d Hippopotamus
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What is the hottest planet in our solar system?

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  • a Venus
  • b Jupiter
  • c Mercury
  • d Mars
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What is the largest moon in the Solar System?

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  • a Io
  • b Titan
  • c Ganymede
  • d Callisto
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What is the scientific study of plants called?

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  • a Zoology
  • b Botany
  • c Ecology
  • d Geology
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What is the largest organ in the human body?

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  • a Heart
  • b Skin
  • c Liver
  • d Brain
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Which animal has the longest lifespan?

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  • a Tortoise
  • b Elephant
  • c Bowhead Whale
  • d Greenland Shark
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What is the smallest bone in the human body?

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  • a Cuboid
  • b Talus
  • c Stapes
  • d Hamate
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Who proposed the three laws of motion?

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  • a Isaac Newton
  • b Galileo Galilei
  • c Nikola Tesla
  • d Albert Einstein
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What is the tallest tree in the world?

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  • a Douglas Fir
  • b Sequoia
  • c Coast Redwood
  • d Mountain Ash
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What is the fastest land animal?

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  • a Elephant
  • b Cheetah
  • c Lion
  • d Giraffe
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What is the largest continent on Earth?

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  • a Asia
  • b Africa
  • c Europe
  • d North America
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Who is known as the father of modern chemistry?

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  • a John Dalton
  • b Marie Curie
  • c Dmitri Mendeleev
  • d Antoine Lavoisier
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What is the human body's largest internal organ?

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  • a Lungs
  • b Liver
  • c Brain
  • d Heart
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Who is known as the father of modern physics?

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  • a Galileo Galilei
  • b Isaac Newton
  • c Albert Einstein
  • d Nikola Tesla
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What is the human body's largest organ by weight?

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  • a Brain
  • b Liver
  • c Heart
  • d Skin
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What is the chemical symbol for silver?

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  • a Si
  • b Au
  • c Ag
  • d S
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What is the nearest star to the Earth?

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  • a Alpha Centauri
  • b Sun
  • c Betelgeuse
  • d Polaris
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What is the hardest natural substance on Earth?

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  • a Graphite
  • b Gold
  • c Iron
  • d Diamond
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What is the largest ocean on Earth?

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  • a Arctic Ocean
  • b Pacific Ocean
  • c Atlantic Ocean
  • d Indian Ocean
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What is the chemical symbol for Iron?

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  • a Fe
  • b In
  • c Ir
  • d I
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Which element has the atomic number 1?

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  • a Nitrogen
  • b Hydrogen
  • c Oxygen
  • d Helium
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What is the tallest mountain in the world?

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  • a K2
  • b Kilimanjaro
  • c Mount Fuji
  • d Mount Everest
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What is the scientific study of plants called?

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  • a Zoology
  • b Botany
  • c Ecology
  • d Geology
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In what organ of the body is insulin produced?

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  • a Spleen
  • b Liver
  • c Pancreas
  • d Kidney
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What is the boiling point of water at sea level?

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  • a 80 degrees Celsius
  • b 100 degrees Celsius
  • c 90 degrees Celsius
  • d 120 degrees Celsius
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What is the highest waterfall in the world?

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  • a Victoria Falls
  • b Niagara Falls
  • c Iguazu Falls
  • d Angel Falls
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Which planet has the most moons?

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  • a Jupiter
  • b Mars
  • c Earth
  • d Saturn
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What is the deepest part of the world's oceans?

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  • a Puerto Rico Trench
  • b Kuril–Kamchatka Trench
  • c Mariana Trench
  • d Java Trench
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What is the largest bird in the world?

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  • a Penguin
  • b Eagle
  • c Ostrich
  • d Albatross
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What is the longest bone in the human body?

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  • a Humerus
  • b Femur
  • c Tibia
  • d Fibula
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What is the brightest star in the night sky?

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  • a Betelgeuse
  • b Polaris
  • c Vega
  • d Sirius
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Which element is represented by the symbol 'O' on the periodic table?

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  • a Oganesson
  • b Oxygen
  • c Osmium
  • d Oxide
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What is the speed of light?

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  • a 670 million miles per hour
  • b 1,080 million kilometers per hour
  • c 186,282 miles per hour
  • d 299,792 km per second
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What is the name of the galaxy we live in?

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  • a Whirlpool
  • b Andromeda
  • c Milky Way
  • d Triangulum
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