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How many rings come together to form the emblem of the Olympic Games?

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Answer: 5
More information: The Olympic symbol is made up of 5 rings. These rings, which are called the Olympic rings, connect to one another and are colored blue, red, green, black and yellow.

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Can a flying squirrel really fly?

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Answer: No
More information: Despite their name, flying squirrels cannot fly.

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What do you fear if you suffer from claustrophobia?

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Answer: Being in an enclosed space
More information: If you have an extreme fear of being in enclosed spaces, you suffer from claustrophobia.

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A triangle consists of how many sides?

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Answer: Three
More information: All triangles have three sides and angles/corners.

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Which country won the first FIFA World Cup?

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Answer: Uruguay
More information: Uruguay hosted and won the 1930 FIFA World Cup (which was the inaugural FIFA World Cup). They beat Argentina with a score line of 4-2 to win the tournament

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What is the capital city of the U.S. state of Hawaii?

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Answer: Honolulu
More information: Honolulu is the largest city in Hawaii with a population of over 1 million people.

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What is the most spoken language in the whole world?

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Answer: Mandarin Chinese
More information: Chinese Mandarin is currently the most spoken language in the entire world. It is spoken by over a billion people.

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Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was once governor of which American state?

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Answer: California
More information: Arnold Schwarzenegger was the 38th Governor of California. He occupied that post from 2003 to 2011.

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Which country invented chopsticks?

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Answer: China
More information: Chopsticks were invented in China more than 4,000 years ago.

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How many years is a millennium?

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Answer: 1000
More information: A millennium is a period of a thousand years. It got its name from the word "mille", which is Latin for one thousand.



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