
1. We'll start with a bit of geology. What is the name of the area represented here?
A convergence zoneA subduction zoneA strikeslip zoneA zone of divergence 
2. In this crosssection of the Earth's structure, what is the area labeled with the number 5 called?
The asthenosphereThe lithosphereThe mesosphereThe earth's crust 
3. What type of rock does this appear to be?
GranitePeridotiteBasaltGabbro 
4. Here we have a mineral magnified with a microscope. The image on the left is in natural light, and the image on the right is polarized. What’s the mineral?
OlivinePlagioclaseQuartzPyroxene 
5. What’s the phase of mitosis in which a chromosome splits and its two chromatids migrate toward opposite poles of the cell?
ProphaseMetaphaseAnaphaseTelophase 
6. Which strand of RNA corresponds to this transcribed DNA strand?
C G U A C G UC G T A C G TA T G C A T GA U G C A U G 
7. What type of lymphocytes don't need antigenpresenting cells to be activated?
B cellsT CD4 cellsT CD8 cells 
8. On this diagram of a human eye, what’s the name of the area the arrow is pointing to?
The crystalline lensThe corneaThe aqueous humorThe iris 
9. Let's move on to math. What function corresponds to this curve?
f(x)=x^2exp(x)=e^xf(x)=ax^2+bx+cf(x)=√x 
10.
They are of the same length.They go in opposite directions.They go in the same direction.They are superimposed. 
11. What is the derivative of this function?
f'(x)= 1/x^2f'(x)=1/(2√x)f'(x)=n×x^(n1)f'(x)=cos(x) 
12.
The denominatorThe common differenceThe numeralThe function 
13.
√i=1i=x/0i^2= –1i^2=0 
14.
The square of the average.The square root of the variance.A set of possible outcomes.The value of the median. 
15. Now for some chemistry! What do these two letters symbolize?
SodiumNitrogenNeonNavium 
16. And in this notation of an atom, what is the number situated at the top left?
The number of neutronsThe number of nucleonsThe number of protons 
17.
Approximately 6.626070040(81)×10–34 J sApproximately 7.2973525664(17)×10–3Approximately 6.022140857(74)×1023 mol−1Approximately 10973731.568508(65) m−1 
18.
8121620 
19. What is this thing?
The structural formula for propaneThe structural formula for octaneThe structural formula for butaneThe structural formula for ethanol 
20. And finally, a physics question:
"If a solute X distributes itself between two nonmiscible solvents A & B at constant temperature & X is in the same molecular condition in both the solvents, then: concentration of X in A / Concentration of X in B = Kd.""If two systems are both in thermal equilibrium with a third system then they are in thermal equilibrium with each other.""The change of momentum of a body is proportional to the impulse impressed on the body, and happens along the straight line on which that impulse is impressed."
CORRECTION
Due to a translation error, a previous version of this quiz incorrectly labeled "peridotite" as "periditis."
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