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Are You Secretly A Prodigy?

Have you always had an inkling that you may be smarter than most? Do you often feel like the most intelligent person in any room you enter? You might just be a prodigy! Are you a secret genius disguised as as a normal person? Take this quiz and find out!
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Two men, starting at the same point, walk in opposite directions for 4 feet, turn left and walk another 3 feet. What is the distance between them?
3 Feet
6 Feet
10 Feet

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Which number should come next in this series: 1 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 8 - 13?
20
21
23

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What is the only US state that only borders one other?
Rhode Island
Maine
Washington

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Name the number that is three more than one-fifth of one-tenth of one-half of 5,000.
503
103
53

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What's the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world?
Athens, Greece
Damascus, Syria
Istanbul, Turkey

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In which country did the ‘sauna’ originate?
Finland
Morocco
France

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What is the only US state with a Spanish motto?
Idaho
California
Montana

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Divide 30 by 1/2 and add ten. What do you get?
35
35
70

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Mary, who is sixteen years old, is four times as old as her brother. How old will Mary be when she is twice as old as her brother?
20
22
24

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In a pie-eating contest, Alice was neither first nor last, but she beat Evan. Ben beat Alice. Carol beat Dan who beat Ben. Who was last?
Alice
Evan
Ben

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The United States animal is a bald eagle, but in this context, “bald” doesn’t mean “hairless.” The “bald” part of the name comes from an old word meaning what?
Beautiful
Sweeping
White

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What is the definition of "zedonk"?
The offspring of a zebra and donkey
To defeat an opponent through trickery
A machine used to harvest zucchini

C+, Not A Prodigy

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Unfortunately, you're not a prodigy disguised as a normal person! While you may be bright and intelligent, you're not quite at genius level. Worry not, we can't all be Einstein like prodigies!

B+, Almost A Prodigy

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Okay, so you're not a full on prodigy just yet, but you're almost there! It's obvious that you're brighter than most, with a great knack for problem solving and logic. Unfortunately, you're not quite a full on genius. Keep learning and never stop building your knowledge base!

A+, A Total Prodigy

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Whoa, you might just be an actual prodigy! Solving this quiz was a walk in the park for a prodigy like you. It's clear that you're brighter than most with a genius level intelligence that simply can't be touched. Try being more impressive, we dare you!
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1
Two men, starting at the same point, walk in opposite directions for 4 feet, turn left and walk another 3 feet. What is the distance between them?
3 Feet
6 Feet
10 Feet
2
Which number should come next in this series: 1 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 8 - 13?
20
21
23
3
What is the only US state that only borders one other?
Rhode Island
Maine
Washington
4
Name the number that is three more than one-fifth of one-tenth of one-half of 5,000.
503
103
53
5
What's the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world?
Athens, Greece
Damascus, Syria
Istanbul, Turkey
6
In which country did the ‘sauna’ originate?
Finland
Morocco
France
7
What is the only US state with a Spanish motto?
Idaho
California
Montana
8
Divide 30 by 1/2 and add ten. What do you get?
35
35
70
9
Mary, who is sixteen years old, is four times as old as her brother. How old will Mary be when she is twice as old as her brother?
20
22
24
10
In a pie-eating contest, Alice was neither first nor last, but she beat Evan. Ben beat Alice. Carol beat Dan who beat Ben. Who was last?
Alice
Evan
Ben
11
The United States animal is a bald eagle, but in this context, “bald” doesn’t mean “hairless.” The “bald” part of the name comes from an old word meaning what?
Beautiful
Sweeping
White
12
What is the definition of "zedonk"?
The offspring of a zebra and donkey
To defeat an opponent through trickery
A machine used to harvest zucchini

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