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Quiz Competition to win telescopes - National Science & Engineering Week

Discussion in 'Science' started by ScienceWeekUK, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. To celebrate National Science & Engineering Week, we have 5 telescopes to give away this week.
    To be in with a chance of winning, you just need to answer the following 10 questions and send your answers in to our team. We'll be picking ONE...WINNER EVERYDAY this week.
    Today's questions are:
    1. The LHC at CERN is the world's largest particle accelerator. But what does LHC stand for?
    2. What is created when the loop of a meander from a river is cut off and the river diverted on a different course?
    3. If a person with high blood pressure is said to suffer from hypertension, what does a person with low blood pressure suffer from?
    4. Which of the major tectonic plates is the UK situated on?
    5. Which comet, visible with the naked eye, last flew by the Earth in 1986 and is expected to return in 2061?
    6. What is the longest canal in the world at 1,104 miles long?
    7. What is a Pascal the unit for?
    8. Which planet orbits the Sun the fastest?
    9. What is the movement of solvent molecules through a selectively permeable membrane known as?
    10. What maritime measure of speed is equal to one nautical mile per hour?

    For full details, visit our Facebook page

     
  2. To celebrate National Science & Engineering Week, we have 5 telescopes to give away this week.
    To be in with a chance of winning, you just need to answer the following 10 questions and send your answers in to our team. We'll be picking ONE...WINNER EVERYDAY this week.
    Today's questions are:
    1. The LHC at CERN is the world's largest particle accelerator. But what does LHC stand for?
    2. What is created when the loop of a meander from a river is cut off and the river diverted on a different course?
    3. If a person with high blood pressure is said to suffer from hypertension, what does a person with low blood pressure suffer from?
    4. Which of the major tectonic plates is the UK situated on?
    5. Which comet, visible with the naked eye, last flew by the Earth in 1986 and is expected to return in 2061?
    6. What is the longest canal in the world at 1,104 miles long?
    7. What is a Pascal the unit for?
    8. Which planet orbits the Sun the fastest?
    9. What is the movement of solvent molecules through a selectively permeable membrane known as?
    10. What maritime measure of speed is equal to one nautical mile per hour?

    For full details, visit our Facebook page

     

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