Bill Clinton signed the first pay raise for a president since 1969, and it became effective with his successor, George W Bush. as a result, what is the current annual taxable salary of the president of the United States?
This is the largest layer of the earth. What is this layer between the curst and outer core?
Two times a number is 24. What is the number?
This common medical device is used in many situations from neck injuries to small fractures. What is this object that tries to prevent further trauma when applied to an injured limb in order to immobilize?
Whose picture is on the twenty dollar bill?
Food is passed through this muscular tube by means of peristalsis. What is the scientific name for the ten inch tube that connects the pharynx to the stomach?
The value of this mathematical term is found by applying the formula 2 pie R. What is this distance around the outside of a circle called?
Da Vinci's "Last Supper" depicts 13 figures seated at a table in front of a three paneled window. What is the name of the figure seated directly in the middle of the center window panel?
This short word has a lot of meanings? As an adjective, it can mean "in new condition." As a noun, it can refer to an herb or a candy. What is this four letter word that can also be a verb meaning "to make coins out of metal?"
Te battle cry during this war was "Remember the Maine!" What was this 1898 war in which Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders captured Cuba's San Juan Hill?
This state of matter lacks a definite shape and volume, diffuses easily, and resists flowing when pressure is applied. What is this state of matter taken by a solid when it reaches its boiling point?
What is the mode in the following set of data?
325 520 436 520 190 520
the most frequent value of a random variable
Pigs (Hogs, Sows)
What type of animal is referred to as swine?
There's a way
Proverbs encourage us to develop good character qualities. Complete the following old proverb that teaches determination: Where there's a will, ...
This South American country is sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Andes Mountains on the east. What is this long, narrow country with Peru to its north and the Drake Passage on its southern tip?
The mammoth was one of the largest land animals during this geological time period. What is the geological name for the epoch, from 1.8 million to 10,000 years ago, this is commonly called the "ice age".
What is the product of 12/1 and 1/12?
(twelve over one and one over twelve).
Half Rest (minim rest)
This type of rest appears as a darkened rectangle that sits on the top of a line on the musical staff. In 4/4 time, what is this rest that tells a musician to pause for two counts?
What word is used as the indirect object in the following sentence? I gave my best friend the largest piece of pizza.
Punxsutawney Phil is the main star of this month and day, when folklore has it we can predict how soon spring will arrive. What is this date that is officially known as Groundhog Day?
This is the largest organ in your body. With what organ is the "dermis" most often associated?
x2 (or x times x)
A square measures x centimeters on each side. What algebraic expression describes the area of this square?
This animated movie character's name is Swahili for "lion" He eventually becomes the father of Kopa and Kiara. What is the name of the "Lion King" in the Disney movies of the same name?
This word is the Spanish name for a horse-like animal often used as a pack animal. What word has a double "r" and is the name for a small donkey?
He was Jefferson's Secretary of State and oversaw the Louisiana Purchase. Who was this man that became the fourth president of the United States, and who was also known as the "Father of the Constitution"?
This element has the atomic number tow, is the second lightest element, and the second most abundant element in the universe. What is this gas currently used in balloons and airships?
Every number of this type can be written as a product of two or more prime numbers. What do you call such a whole number that is greater than one and that is not a prime number?
This city contains the Louis Armstrong Park, which includes a National Historical Park honoring the origins of jazz. What is this southern city that was the birthplace of jazz?
This fictional dog created by Beverly Cleary got this name because he was so thin when his owner found him that his ribs were showing. What is the name of this stray dog that Henry adopts in the Henry Huggins books?
Nearly one fourth of the countries in the world have no ports or coastline that allows access to the sea. What geographical term describes any such country completely surrounded by land?