Quick Fire Quiz - 25 October 2022

Quick Fire Quiz - 25 October 2022

Oct 25, 2022

Quick Fire Quiz Round
These are easy to medium difficulty questions and should be answered as quickly as possible. Think of the cash builder round in game shows and this is the type of questions you will find.

Can you answer all 10 questions in less than 60 seconds?

QUESTIONS

1. What is the capital city of Malta?

2. Who was Simon and Garfunkel’s old friend who they said hello to in their famous song?

3. Which vegetable has varieties called, Purple Cauliflower, Sprouting and Calabrese?

4. Ypres, where you can find the Menin Gate, is in which country?

5. Banksy, the street artist, is thought to have started his murals in his home town of where?

6. The ancient Egyptians revered which type of beetle of the insect order, Coleoptera?

7. Which scientist is known for having a hypothetical cat in a box to illustrate the paradox it is both dead and alive until the box is opened to prove one or the other?)

8. What name is given to the Italian bread starter dish garnished with tomato, olive oil and garlic?

9. Which nuclear power station was damaged in the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and associated tsunami in Japan?

10. Which member of the medical profession will use Snellen and Logmar Charts to assess a patient?

 

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ANSWERS

1. What is the capital city of Malta?
VALETTA

2. Who was Simon and Garfunkel’s old friend who they said hello to in their famous song?
DARKNESS (Hello Darkness, my old friend)

3. Which vegetable has varieties called, Purple Cauliflower, Sprouting and Calabrese?
BROCCOLI

4. Ypres, where you can find the Menin Gate, is in which country?
BELGIUM

5. Banksy, the street artist, is thought to have started his murals in his home town of where?
BRISTOL

6. The ancient Egyptians revered which type of beetle of the insect order, Coleoptera?
SCARAB BEETLE

7. Which scientist is known for having a hypothetical cat in a box to illustrate the paradox it is both dead and alive until the box is opened to prove one or the other?
SCHRODINGER (First name Erwin)

8. What name is given to the Italian bread starter dish garnished with tomato, olive oil and garlic?
BRUSCHETTA

9. Which nuclear power station was damaged in the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and associated tsunami in Japan?
FUKUSHIMA

10. Which member of the medical profession will use Snellen and Logmar Charts to assess a patient?
OPTICIAN

 

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