Back to School: 6th Day

Was school as hard as you remember? This quiz might be the last edition of this series. Please enjoy, and thanks for playing. 10 Questions.

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DOUBLE MATHEMATICS: Lesson 1. Factorise; 12y+6

• 6y (2 + 1)
• (6y + 2) (2y + 3)
• 6 (2y +1)

2

DOUBLE MATHEMATICS: Lesson 2. What is a surd?

• A function representing the gradient of a line
• An irrational number written as a square root
• The maximum point on a curve

3

DOUBLE GEOGRAPHY: Lesson 1. Match these US states with their capitals.

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• Alabama
• Illinois
• Washington

• Juneau
• Olympia
• Springfield
• Montgomery

4

• Serbia
• Croatia
• Austria

5

SINGLE HISTORY. Match these various conflicts with the year in which they started.

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Left

• The Suez Crisis
• The Falklands War
• The Korean War
• The Bay of Pigs Invasion

• 1961
• 1982
• 1956
• 1950

6

SINGLE PHYSICS. From top to bottom, arrange these planets in order from least to most moons (natural satellites).

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• Mars
• Saturn
• Neptune
• Uranus

7

SINGLE ENGLISH LITERATURE. Match these famous poems with the poets that wrote them.

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Left

• Strange Meeting (1918)
• Jabberwocky (1872)
• The Tyger (1794)
• The Raven (1845)

Right

• Wilfred Owen
• Lewis Carroll
• Edgar Allan Poe
• William Blake

8

SINGLE FRENCH. Pair together the French clothes with the English translation.

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Left

• Une chemise
• Une jupe
• Un pantalon
• Des chaussures

Right

• Shoes
• A skirt
• A pair of trousers
• A shirt

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DOUBLE CHEMISTRY: Lesson 1. Arrange these metals as they appear on the Reactivity Series, with the most reactive at the top and least reactive at the bottom.

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• Sodium
• Potassium
• Iron
• Platinum

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DOUBLE CHEMISTRY: Lesson 2. Match these different rocks with their type.

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• Limestone
• Slate
• Granite
• Pumice

Right

• Sedimentary
• Intrusive Igneous
• Metamorphic
• Extrusive Igneous