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Quiz about Scientists and Inventors  Course on Matching 101
Quiz about Scientists and Inventors  Course on Matching 101

Scientists and Inventors - Course on Matching 101 Quiz


Match the first name of scientist or inventor to their last name on the right. The words in parentheses form a phrase or item that should help you find the proper match.

A matching quiz by DizWiz. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
DizWiz
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
388,534
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Very Easy
Avg Score
10 / 10
Plays
1712
Awards
Top 35% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Guest 136 (10/10), ekim44 (10/10), Guest 104 (10/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. Alexander Graham (Door ____________)  
  Teller
2. Henry (_____________ Mustang)  
  Strauss
3. Clarence (__________ View)  
  Hertz
4. Rudolf (__________ Engine)  
  Nightingale
5. Francis (__________ and Eggs)  
  Ford
6. Edward (Bank __________)  
  Diesel
7. Robert (__________ Burner)  
  Birdseye
8. Florence (Ode to a __________)  
  Bunsen
9. Levi (__________ Waltzes)  
  Bell
10. Heinrich (__________ Rental Car)  
  Bacon





Select each answer

1. Alexander Graham (Door ____________)
2. Henry (_____________ Mustang)
3. Clarence (__________ View)
4. Rudolf (__________ Engine)
5. Francis (__________ and Eggs)
6. Edward (Bank __________)
7. Robert (__________ Burner)
8. Florence (Ode to a __________)
9. Levi (__________ Waltzes)
10. Heinrich (__________ Rental Car)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Alexander Graham (Door ____________)

Answer: Bell

Alexander Graham Bell was a Scottish born inventor and scientist who migrated to the Americas. He was a teacher of deaf students in Boston, Massachusetts. Both Bell's mother and wife were deaf, which probably influenced his work with voice machines. Bell received a patent for the telephone in 1876.
2. Henry (_____________ Mustang)

Answer: Ford

Henry Ford was the founder of the Ford Motor Company. He was the first automobile maker to employ the use of the assembly line to bring low-cost automobiles to the average American. The Model T car was a no-frills alternative to the hand-crafted cars of the day. Ford summed up his feelings about customization with the statement that "A customer can have a car painted any color he wants as long as it's black."
3. Clarence (__________ View)

Answer: Birdseye

Clarence Birdseye created a process for fast-freezing food. He froze fish in order to preserve it for longer periods of time so that his food would not spoil. Birdseye patented his technique and sold the patent in 1929 for $22 million to the company that eventually became General Mills.
4. Rudolf (__________ Engine)

Answer: Diesel

Rudolf Diesel invented the diesel engine and obtained the patent for it in late 1800s. Diesel disappeared from the steamship Dresden on September 29, 1913. The most accepted theory surrounding his death was suicide. Diesel was almost broke and had health issues.
5. Francis (__________ and Eggs)

Answer: Bacon

Francis Bacon (1st Viscount St.Albans) was a noted English philosopher, scientist and essayist who lived from 1561 to 1626. He was a proponent of using observation and probable or inductive reasoning. He has been called the father of the scientific method. Bacon shunned the medieval methods of his predecessors and based his scientific research on facts.
6. Edward (Bank __________)

Answer: Teller

Edward Teller was known as the father of the hydrogen bomb. He worked under Robert Oppenheimer on the Manhattan Project at the Los Alamos laboratory. The atomic bomb created under this project was used in World War II on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Teller then worked on the creation of the hydrogen bomb in the 1950s.
7. Robert (__________ Burner)

Answer: Bunsen

Robert Bunsen was a German chemist who, along with physicist Gustav Kirchhoff, discovered the elements cesium and rubidium. He was a professor of chemistry who shunned marriage in favor of his passion for teaching. He invented the zinc-carbon battery which bears his name.

He is also credited with participating in the invention of the Bunsen Burner which is still in use today. Bunsen let others manufacture the burner as he was not interested in profiting from his passion for science.
8. Florence (Ode to a __________)

Answer: Nightingale

One could say that Florence Nightingale invented modern nursing. During the Crimean War, she trained nurses to take care of the wounded soldiers. Florence realized that unsanitary conditions, poor diet, and lack of medical supplies were causing more deaths than the wounds themselves.

Her written reports brought awareness of the soldiers' plight to the attention of the public. Thanks to her diligence and reform, care for wounded soldiers greatly improved.
9. Levi (__________ Waltzes)

Answer: Strauss

Levi Strauss operated a dry goods store in California during the Gold Rush. Levi Strauss & Co. was the first business to manufacture blue jeans. Their riveted jeans were patented in 1873. The same logo that was placed on the leather patch of the jeans in 1886 is still being used today.

The 1906 San Francisco earthquake destroyed two factories and the company headquarters. Luckily, the disaster did not spell the demise for the company.
10. Heinrich (__________ Rental Car)

Answer: Hertz

Heinrich Hertz established that James Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism was correct. His experiments produced electromagnetic waves, which he measured for length and speed. He proved that heat and light are electromagnetic radiations. The frequency unit of cycles per second for these waves was named in his honor.
Source: Author DizWiz

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