How Much Science Do You Know?

 Science is one of the most important things to learn about. It's not knowledge exactly, but the system with which we acquire knowledge and test hypotheses. We have learned so much using science, and we'd like to ask you a little bit about that. How much science trivia can you answer?
 
 
Which element has the atomic number 2?
Helium
Hydrogen
Fluorine
Oxygen
 
 
Which part of the body would be affected by myalgia?
Muscles
Blood
Feet
Bones
 
 
What element was named after the Greek verb meaning ‘to smell’, from the peculiar odor in lightning storms?
Ozone
Methane
Oxygen
Hydrogen
 
 
Which planet is the smallest?
Mercury
Earth
Mars
Saturn
 
 
Which scientist devised the periodic table in the 1860s?
Dmitri Mendeleev
Ernest Rutherford
Albert Einstein
Antoine Lavoisier
 
 
Which test determines whether or not a computer can be said to think like a human brain?
Turing Test
Harvey Test
Einstein Test
Darwin Test
 
 
Which two colors are most often confused in color blindness?
Red and green
Blue and Red
Purple and brown
Black and Blue
 
 
Which of the following elements has a lower atomic mass than the others?
Zinc
Gold
Copper
Selenium
 
 
Who is best known for predicting the orbit of the comet that was later named after him?
Edmond Halley
Joseph John
Antoine Lavoisier
Carl Gustav
 
 
Adenology is a study of what?
Glands
Atmosphere
Air Pressure
Grass
 
 
Brass is an alloy of which element?
Copper
Gold
Aluminum
Lead
 
 
Copernicus believed that the size of each planet's orbit depended on its distance from what?
The Sun
The Earth
God
A black hole
 
 
Cystitis affects which part of the human body?
Bladder
Skin
Brain
Bowels
 
 
Histology is an area of medical specialism that focus on what part of the body?
Cells
Brain
Eyes
Teeth
Oops! Try Again...
You got a third or less of the answers right and that means it may be time to renew your basic science knowledge. After all, this is knowledge about how the world works, who knows when it might come in handy? Everyone should remember their science classes, so have a look at our answers to learn what you missed and learn some extra facts.
Well Done!
Not bad at all. You definitely remember most of your science lessons. However, due to the time that has passed since school, you may have forgotten some facts and that explains why you missed some answers as well. Have a look at our answers by clicking on 'show answers' and learn some new facts!
Scientist Potential!
Well, you obviously remember a LOT of your science lessons! Good for you! Not only do you have a really good memory, but you have an attention to detail and probably a will to keep this information alive in your head and your understanding of the world. You aced it!
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