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- Q: How does solar power generate electricity?
A: From the Sun
Q: When did the Apple iPhone first become available?
Q: What does the term CPU stand for?
A: Central Processing Unit
Q: When was Nintendo founded?
A: Founded in 23 September, 1889
Q: Who is the Hubble Space Telescope named after?
A: Edwin Hubble, the American Astronomer.
Q. Give an example of a chemical element?
A. Water [H20]
Q: Why can’t humans see infrared light?
A: Because its wavelength is too long to be seen by humans.
Q: What are Opera, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome?
A: They are different types of web browsers.
Q: Is gold a good conductor of electricity?
Q: How is current is measured in?
Q. What is the study of plants known as?
Q: Which company makes the advanced humanoid robot ASIMO?
Q: Do atomic bombs work by atomic fission or fusion?
A: Atomic fission.
Q: What does CAD stand for?
A: Computer Aided Design.
Q: Which is the biggest planet in our solar system?
Q: What is the chemical symbol for Oxygen?
Q: What does the chemical symbol Au represent?
Q: Is Steel a chemical element?
A: No, it is an alloy.
Q: Which is the most common metal found on Earth?
Q: Is Sodium is a reactive metal?
Q: How is Bronze made?
A: From Copper and Tin.
Q. Which metal is a liquid at room temperature?
Q: What is the chemical symbol for Lead?
Q: What is the chemical symbol for Sodium?
Q: Give another name for a huge tidal wave?
A: A Tsunami
Q: Are dogs are herbivores?
A: No, they are omnivores
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