How often does Halley’s comet orbit around the sun? Only 2 out of 5 answer this question correctly

How often does Halleys comet orbit around the sun?

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How often does Halley’s comet orbit around the sun? How much do you like science? Show in this challenge that your knowledge in science was not forgotten, good luck!

How often does Halley’s comet orbit around the sun? Only 2 out of 5 answer this question correctly


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  • Question /

    The chemical symbol of zirconium is …

    • Zr
    • Cr
    • Cn
  • Question /

    Select the element with the atomic number 8.

    • Carbon
    • Oxygen
    • Nitrogen
  • Question /

    How often does comet Halley orbit around the sun?

    • 55 years
    • 75 years
    • 95 years
  • Question /

    The intensity of the current is measured in …

    • Amps
    • Volts
    • Watts
  • Question /

    Select the neutral number on the Ph scale.

    • 5
    • 7
    • 10
  • Question /

    Breast milk has a neutral Ph of 7.

    • True
    • False
  • Question /

    A cow’s stomach has four cavities.

    • True.
    • False, it has 2.
  • Question /

    How many udders does a cow have?

    • One
    • Two
    • Four
  • Question /

    The brain is the first organ that develops an embryo.

    • True.
    • False, is the heart.
  • Question /

    “Parotitis” is also known as …

    • Chickenpox
    • Mumps
    • Rubella
  • Question /

    Latin meaning of the word “Virus”.

    • Poison
    • Infection
    • Disease
  • Question /

    If we divide the mass between the volume of a body, what do we get?

    • The pressure
    • The density
    • The gravity
  • Question /

    A coconut was what struck Newton in the head when he discovered the gravity.

    • True.
    • False, it was an apple.
  • Question /

    Vitello is the name given to the fertilized egg.

    • True.
    • False, its name is Cigoto.
  • Question /

    Gregor Mendel is the father of genetics.

    • True.
    • False, it’s Francis Crick.

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