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2011 GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY NATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWL PRELIMINARY MATCH SAMPLE ROUND 1. 1 SOCIAL STUDIES. What is the name of the document that declared American independence from Great Britain ?. What is the name of the document that declared American independence from Great Britain?.

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2011GALLAUDET UNIVERSITYNATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWLPRELIMINARY MATCHSAMPLEROUND 1


1SOCIAL STUDIES


What is the name of the document that declared American independence from Great Britain?


What is the name of the document that declared American independence from Great Britain?


The Declaration of Independence

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2DEAF STUDIES


Who is the deaf person associated with the invention of the football huddle? a) Paul Danielsb) Paul Huddle c) Paul Robeson d) Paul Hubbard


Who is the deaf person associated with the invention of the football huddle? a) Paul Danielsb) Paul Huddle c) Paul Robeson d) Paul Hubbard


d) Paul Hubbard

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3SOCIAL STUDIES


This famous photograph entitled, “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima,” was taken during which war?


This famous photograph entitled, “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima,” was taken during which war?


World War II or WWIIorWW2

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4MATHEMATICS


Name the polygon that has eight sides.

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Name the polygon that has eight sides.


octagon

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5THE ARTS


What is the name of the artist who painted this?


What is the name of the artist who painted this?


René François-Ghislain Magritte

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6LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE


Which sentence demonstrates an example of onomatopoeia?A. The thief threw in the towel. B. The salutatorian is second best.C. The boy jumped into the water making a big splash.D. Even my dog thinks I’m a loser.


Which sentence demonstrates an example of onomatopoeia?A. The thief threw in the towel. B. The salutatorian is second best.C. The boy jumped into the water making a big splash.D. Even my dog thinks I’m a loser.


C. The boy jumped into the water making a big splash.

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7LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE


Who wrote the original book on which this 2010 movie based?


Who wrote the original book on which this 2010 movie is based?


Charles Lutwidge Dodgson orLewis Carroll (pseudonym)

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8POPULAR CULTURE,LEISURE, AND SPORTS


What film won the Oscar for Best Picture at the 83rd Academy Awards that took place on February 27, 2011?


What film won the Oscar for Best Picture at the 83rd Academy Awards that took place on February 27, 2011?


The King's Speech

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9SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


What is the scientific term for the study of plants?


What is the scientific term for the study of plants?


Botany

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10MATHEMATICS


An arithmetic sequence is one in which the difference (d) between any two consecutive numbers is constant. For example, in the sequence 2, 6, 10, 14, … d = 4 What is the value of (d) for the following sequence: 1, 11, 21, 31, 41, ... ?

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An arithmetic sequence is one in which the difference (d) between any two consecutive numbers is constant. For example, in the sequence 2, 6, 10, 14, … d = 4 What is the value of (d) for the following sequence: 1, 11, 21, 31, 41, ... ?


d = 10

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11SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


What is the axial tilt of the Earth? A. 34.5 degreesB. 17.5 degreesC. 12.7 degreesD. 23.5 degrees


What is the axial tilt of the Earth? A. 34.5 degreesB. 17.5 degreesC. 12.7 degreesD. 23.5 degrees


D. Or23.5 degrees

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12CURRENT EVENTS


When Osama Bin Laden was discovered and killed by U.S. armed forces on May 1, 2011, in what country was he living?


When Osama Bin Laden was discovered and killed by U.S. armed forces on May 1, 2011, in what country was he living?


Pakistan

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2011GALLAUDET UNIVERSITYNATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWLPRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATEROUND 2


QUESTION1


The artist Monet was known by his last name. What is his birth name? A. Claude Oliver MonetB. Oscar Claude MonetC. Oliver Claus MonetD. Claus Oscar Monet

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QUESTION2


Which fairy tale character had extremely long hair that helped her escape a tower where she was being held prisoner?

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Rapunzel

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QUESTION3


What sense is closest linked to memory?

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smell

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What day of the week did the Romans call dies solis?

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Sunday

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QUESTION5


“TRAIN GO SORRY" is one of the most widely-used ASL idioms and is similar to which English idiom? A. You are out of luckB. Don’t be late C. You missed the boatD. Sorry Charlie

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C. You missed the boat

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QUESTION6


Name the wife of Zeus who is known as the protector of marriage, children and the home. A. Aphrodite B. AthenaC. Hera D. Artemis

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C. or Hera

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QUESTION7


In 1985, teacher Christa McAuliffe was selected from more than 11,000 applicants to participate in the NASA Teacher in Space program. What was the name of the space shuttle she was on that faced a terrible disaster that killed all of the crew members?

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Space Shuttle Challenger

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QUESTION8


What is the meaning of the root word aqua. It is used in such words as aquatic, aquarium, and aqueduct.

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water

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QUESTION9


What element is used in a glass thermometer because it stays liquid at room temperature:A. nitrogenB. chlorine C. hydrogen D. mercury

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D. or mercury

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QUESTION10


What does the symbol ≠ represent?

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inequalityis not equal todoes not equal

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QUESTION11


Michael loves chocolate ice cream. He eats between two and six bowls of ice cream each week. What is the most he could consume in five weeks?

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30 bowls

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QUESTION12


What is the name of the last book in the Harry Potter series?A. Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsB. Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireC. Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsD. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

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A. or Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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2011GALLAUDET UNIVERSITYNATIONAL ACADEMIC BOWLPRELIMINARY MATCH TEMPLATEFINAL ROUND

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CATEGORY:Language and Literature


INSTRUCTIONS:Fill in the color that completes the English phrase.


1. Out of the _________: unexpected.

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10. _______ mail: to demand payment or action by means of a threat.

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1. blue

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2. _________ flag: the signal of a peaceful surrender.


2. White

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3. ________ heart: a medal awarded to a US solider wounded in battle.


3. Purple

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4. Tickled ________: to be happy.


4. pink

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5. red

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6. _________ area: caught between two differing views.


6. Gray or Grey

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7. ________ bagging: to bring a homemade packed lunch to work.


7. Brown

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8. _______ fever: a disease involving high fever and jaundice that is common in the tropics.


8. Yellow

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9. Green

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10. _______ mail: to demand payment or action by means of a threat.


10. Black

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