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Who Let the Cats Out? Trivia Quiz


Not really cats, just the letters C, A and T. All can be found in the forty answers, in that order, but not always consecutively. Talk about being CATegoricacally CATegorised. Let's hope you find all ten CATchwords.

A multiple-choice quiz by leith90. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
leith90
Time
3 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
400,603
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
468
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Question 1
1. Which one of the following movies starred Will Smith? Hint


Question 2
2. Which of the following was a 70s hit for Harry Chapin and charted again in the 90s when covered by Ugly Kid Joe? Hint


Question 3
3. Of the following, which is not an illness or disorder? Hint


Question 4
4. Which of the following words does NOT describe a religious entity? Hint


Question 5
5. Which one of the following bridges is the longest? Hint


Question 6
6. Which word best describes the part of the bagpipes containing the finger holes allowing the tune to be played? Hint


Question 7
7. Which of the following foods contains the highest amount of Vitamin A?
Hint


Question 8
8. Which of the following words best describes rocks composed of older, smaller rocks and rock fragments?
Hint


Question 9
9. According to longitude, which of the following cities, with a population greater than 250 000, is farthest east? Hint


Question 10
10. Many movies are adaptations from books, plays and even cartoons. Which of the following options was written specifically for the big screen? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Which one of the following movies starred Will Smith?

Answer: Collateral Beauty

David Frankel directed the 2016 American drama movie "Collateral Beauty". The film stars an ensemble cast including Edward Norton, Keira Knightley, Michael Pena. Kate Winslet, and Helen Mirren with Will Smith being the protagonist. The plot includes a man who copes with his grief over his daughter's death by writing letters to time, death, and love.
2. Which of the following was a 70s hit for Harry Chapin and charted again in the 90s when covered by Ugly Kid Joe?

Answer: Cat's in The Cradle

"Cat's In The Cradle" was originally a poem by Sandy Chapin whose husband set it to music; it became his first big hit in 1974 reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100.
In 1992, hard rock band Ugly Kid Joe covered the song as a ballad but left the apostrophe out of the title. It reached number six on the the Billboard Hot 100.
3. Of the following, which is not an illness or disorder?

Answer: Canthus

The canthus is the medical term for the corner of your eye and is further differentiated by its position. The inner canthus is the corner nearest your nose and the outer canthus is closest to the side of your face. A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye, leading to blindness. Surgery is performed to replace the lens with an artificial lens, and glasses are required for close work like reading after.

While they are mostly commonly associated with aging, cataracts can occur at any age, including in children. Cavities are dental caries, or holes in the teeth. Catalepsy is a disorder characterised by seizure -like states with unconsciousness and body rigidity.
4. Which of the following words does NOT describe a religious entity?

Answer: Chartist

The Chartists were a mid-19th century working class movement in Britain. The name came from their six point 'People's Charter' which included universal voting for all men over the age of 21, paid members of parliament and secret ballots. They presented three petitions to parliament, each of which was rejected. Demonstrations ensued and in 1839, 5000 Chartists marched into Newport (Monmouthshire) and tried to take over the town. Police opened fire and 22 were killed. Further rioting occurred in Preston in 1842, arising from very poor working conditions.

Although the Chartist's ideas were rejected at the time, a few decades later these same ideas were incorporated into the Reform Acts (1867 and 1884).
5. Which one of the following bridges is the longest?

Answer: Confederation Bridge, Canada

The Confederation Bridge is a box girder bridge connecting the Trans-Canada Highway from Prince Edward Island to New Brunswick on the mainland. The 12.9-kilometre bridge was Canada's longest bridge when built in 1997. Compare that with the segmental arch Castel Vecchio Bridge in Verona, which when built in 1356 had a span of 48.7m, the world's longest at the time, and an overall length of 120m.
6. Which word best describes the part of the bagpipes containing the finger holes allowing the tune to be played?

Answer: Chanter

When learning to play the bagpipes, beginners usually start just with the chanter, which is much like an oboe, and learn the fingering techniques. The full bagpipes comprise the chanter, the bag and the multiple pipes (drones) through which the sound is produced.

The origin of the bagpipes is a contentious subject with India, Egypt and the places of Gaelic heritage all being nominated as locations for the fore-runners of the modern instrument.
7. Which of the following foods contains the highest amount of Vitamin A?

Answer: Carrot

While all of these foods listed contain some Retinol, in a similar serving size, carrots have the most. A half cup serving of raw carrot yields 459mcg of Vitamin A- around 184% or the recommended daily intake. Cantaloupe melon (aka Rockmelon) contains 135micrograms (mcg) Vit A in a half-cup serving. Currants have around 2 to 3 mcg per half cup while chamomile tea has no Vitamin A.
8. Which of the following words best describes rocks composed of older, smaller rocks and rock fragments?

Answer: Clastic

Clastic rocks are formed from weathering processes of other rocks and are essentially conglomerates. The actual name depends on the size of the rock fragments involved from conglomerates (coarsest), through brescia, sandstone and shale (finest). Clastic rocks can contain air bubbles and sometimes even fossils.
9. According to longitude, which of the following cities, with a population greater than 250 000, is farthest east?

Answer: Cape Town

Cape town is situated at 35.55 degrees south and 18.25 degrees east. The other cities are situated between 35 and 80 degrees north and 79 to 86 degrees west.

Cape Town, famous for its Table Mountain backdrop is arguably one of the prettiest cities in the world is the only one of the four situated in both the eastern and Southern Hemisphere.
Charlotte, North Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina and Chattanooga, Tennessee are all within a day's drive of each other in the South East of America.
10. Many movies are adaptations from books, plays and even cartoons. Which of the following options was written specifically for the big screen?

Answer: Crazy, Stupid, Love

"Crazy, Stupid, Love'" was written for the cinema by Dan Fogelman and released in 2011. This romantic comedy starred Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone. The critics' reviews upon its release were more favourable for the cast than the plot, however it did score a handful of award nominations and wins, although none at the Academy Awards. "Charlotte's Web" (1973 and 2006) were animated versions of the children's book by E.B White. "Captain America" is a superhero from the Marvel Comics stable who has been portrayed in no less than five films. "Camelot" (1967), while being part of the legend of King Arthur, was based on an earlier musical starring Julie Andrews and Richard Burton.
Source: Author leith90

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