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Can You Take On The Impossible Science Quiz Only 6% Of Americans Passed?

Are you ready for the hardest science quiz ever? Only 6% of Americans passed this tricky test. Do you think you can be one of them?

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What exactly does a light year measure?
Distance
Time
Weight

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Name the waves that are used to make and receive cellphone calls.
Light waves
Radio waves
Sound waves

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Which space object boasts an icy core and a tail of gas and dust that extends for millions of miles?
Comet
Asteroid
Star

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Which layer of the earth is the hottest?
The crust
The mantle
The core

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How are ocean tides are created?
By the rotation of the earth on its axis
Through the gravitational pull of the moon
Through the gravitational pull of the sun

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If Denver, CO is at a higher altitude than Los Angeles, CA, which statement would be true of Denver but not Los Angeles?
Water boils at a lower temperature in Denver
Water boils at a higher temperature in Denver
Water boils at the same temperature in both cities

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What happens when light passes through a magnifying glass?
It's refracted
It's contracted
Nothing changes

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What sound wave property determines the loudness of a sound?
Frequency
Wavelength
Amplitude

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Which of the following elements is needed to create nuclear energy?
Nitrogen
Uranium
Carbon dioxide

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Who developed the polio vaccine?
Marie Curie
Jonas Salk
Albert Einstein

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What is the study of how the positions of stars and planets effect human behaviors called?
Astrology
Alchemy
Meteorology

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What era did the dinosaurs live in?
Paleolithic era
Mesozoic era
Turkanic period

C+, Science Skills

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You've got science skills! Unfortunately, they didn't translate well on this quiz. Like a majority of Americans, you struggled to pass this tricky science quiz. But have no fear, there's always time to fix your mistakes and try again!

B+, Science Supernova

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You're a science supernova! Like 6% of American's, you passed this tricky science quiz. Believe us when we say, that's no small task. Give yourself a pat on the back for possessing superior science skills.

A+, Science Superb

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You are science superb! Congratulations, you are included in the 6% of American's who passed this tricky science quiz. Isn't it great being above average? We think so!
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1
What exactly does a light year measure?
Distance
Time
Weight
2
Name the waves that are used to make and receive cellphone calls.
Light waves
Radio waves
Sound waves
3
Which space object boasts an icy core and a tail of gas and dust that extends for millions of miles?
Comet
Asteroid
Star
4
Which layer of the earth is the hottest?
The crust
The mantle
The core
5
How are ocean tides are created?
By the rotation of the earth on its axis
Through the gravitational pull of the moon
Through the gravitational pull of the sun
6
If Denver, CO is at a higher altitude than Los Angeles, CA, which statement would be true of Denver but not Los Angeles?
Water boils at a lower temperature in Denver
Water boils at a higher temperature in Denver
Water boils at the same temperature in both cities
7
What happens when light passes through a magnifying glass?
It's refracted
It's contracted
Nothing changes
8
What sound wave property determines the loudness of a sound?
Frequency
Wavelength
Amplitude
9
Which of the following elements is needed to create nuclear energy?
Nitrogen
Uranium
Carbon dioxide
10
Who developed the polio vaccine?
Marie Curie
Jonas Salk
Albert Einstein
11
What is the study of how the positions of stars and planets effect human behaviors called?
Astrology
Alchemy
Meteorology
12
What era did the dinosaurs live in?
Paleolithic era
Mesozoic era
Turkanic period

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