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Quiz Bowl Takedown

Two teams answer questions for points

1. Which state is home to the university whose teams are referred to as the ―Fighting Irish‖? ANSWER: Indiana
2. In what 2010 action movie did Russell Crowe star alongside Cate Blanchett? ANSWER: ―Robin Hood‖
3. (Math): Find the number of seconds in 1 hour and 15 minutes. ANSWER: 4500
4. On which two states’ borders is the Hoover Dam located? ANSWER: Nevada and Arizona
5. Identify the three methods by which heat is transferred from a higher temperature to a lower temperature. ANSWER: conduction, convection and radiation
6. Name the person who said, ―Yesterday—a date that will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the Naval and Air Forces of the Empire of Japan ANSWER: Franklin D. Roosevelt
7. Which body of water is the longest and most important river in England, and runs through the heart of London? ANSWER: Thames
Created by: DJ Dan