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    1. The mechanical unit of work is named for him, name this man who was the first to determine the relationship between mechanical and heat energy.
    2. She nevver titled her poems so they are now know by the first line of the poem. Name this poet who wrote "Because I could not stop for death" and "I felt a funeral in my brain."
    3. This American painter and engraver is best known for his paintings of large, quiet, urban, scenes. Name the creator of "Early Sunday Morning" and "Nighthawks."
    4. Tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and isocahedron are all known as what, a name given to regular polyhedra?
    5. Jean Louis Agassiz, a Swiss-American zoologist and geologist who first proposed the ice ages, had a pupil that wrote about him during his time at the Lawrence School of Science at Harvard. Name this pupil.
    6. This poem found in Book 6 of the Hindu epic is Sanskrit for "The Song of God" and centers around prince Arjuna and some of the main tenets of Hinduism.
    7. The Great Sphinx is located at the same site as one of the 7 wonders of the Ancient World. Where is it located?
    8. The name of this collection means "something outside an accepted canon. Name this collection that according to who you ask may include the books of Tobith, 1st and 2nd Maccabee, Wisdom, Sirah, and Baruch.
    9. The first and second English kings with this name were Plantagentes but the third was of the house of York. Give the name of the king found in a Shakespearean play and in the Robin Hood legends.
    10. This French speaking African country has it's capital at Libreville. Name this country.
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    7 = Cheops? Giza?
    10 = Gabon
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    6 - mahabarat
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    (Original post by elpollodiablouk)
    1 = Joule
    7 = Cheops? Giza?
    10 = Gabon
    1 and 10 are correct. 7 is one of them.
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    (Original post by moncal)
    1 and 10 are correct. 7 is one of them.
    I'll say Cheops then.
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    (Original post by kokopops1)
    6 - mahabarat
    No, not even close.
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    (Original post by moncal)
    No, not even close.
    isnt it?
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    (Original post by elpollodiablouk)
    I'll say Cheops then.
    Then you would be wrong.
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    (Original post by moncal)
    Then you would be wrong.
    Giza
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    oops...misread the q
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    (Original post by kokopops1)
    isnt it?
    Might be in the same ball park but that isn't the right answer.
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    yeh sorri....misread the question
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    4-polygons??
    7-Egypt
    9-King Richard
    some have already been answered
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    (Original post by 6 String)
    i can only get about half
    Just hope that somebody else gets the other half and then you can steal their answers.
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    (Original post by zazy)
    4-polygons??
    7-Egypt
    9-King Richard
    some have already been answered
    9 is correct, 7 must be specific, and 4 is wrong.
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    (Original post by moncal)
    9 is correct, 7 must be specific, and 4 is wrong.
    Ok, to be more specific Chepren's valley temple......
    4-Platonic solids???
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    4 - platonic solids
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    (Original post by zazy)
    Ok, to be more specific Chepren's valley temple......
    4-Platonic solids???
    7. uhm...NO
    platonic solid is correct.
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    2 is Emily Dickinson,
    unfortunately the only reason i know is because we finished off the school year studying her. i hate her poems.
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    (Original post by roxy potter)
    2 is Emily Dickinson,
    unfortunately the only reason i know is because we finished off the school year studying her. i hate her poems.
    yes, that is correct.
 
 
 
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