With a question about square numbers, here’s a chance to get your brain in shape! Have a go and see if you can get 5/5.
Congratulations! You are a real science whiz!
Oh dear! Better brush up before the next quiz!
#1. Which of the following is not a square number?
A square number is the result of a number multiplied by itself. 125 is 5 x 5 x 5, making it a cube number but not a square.
#2. Sea anemones belong to which of these kingdoms of life?
Sea anemones are animals – some species even move like snails!
#3. Halite can be used to season your food, but what is it more commonly called?
Halite is the geological name for rock salt.
#4. How many atoms are in a water molecule?
A water molecule is two hydrogen (H) atoms plus one oxygen (O) atom, making H2O.
#5. Where is the Hubble space telescope?
Hubble orbits about 540 kilometres above Earth’s surface.
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