HQ Trivia Questions and Answers (September 4, 2018)

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HQ Trivia September 4 (3:00 pm) ($2,500 Prize)

(1) The network of computers that spans the globe is commonly known as what?

  • Internet (Correct)
  • Outerbag
  • Innertube

(2) In tech, the acronym “AR” typically refers to what?

  • Athletic Romanians
  • Augmented reality (Correct)
  • Affectionate robocops

(3) What game was bundled with the Nintendo Game Boy for its US launch?

  • Super Meat Boy
  • Metal Gear Solid
  • Tetris (Correct)

(4) The numbers and letters of Tesla car models were selected to resemble what word?

  • SEXY (Correct)
  • STEM
  • ELON

(5) Which company had a third co-founder who sold all his shares for less than $1000?

  • Apple (Correct)
  • Google
  • Facebook

(6) The first known webcam was set up to monitor what?

  • Coffee pot (Correct)
  • Bird feeder
  • Traffic intersection

(7) According to Akamai Technologies, which place currently enjoys the fastest internet service?

  • United States
  • Norway
  • South Korea (Correct)

(8) Which of these celebrities is known for fronting computer coding programs for girls?

  • Karlie Kloss (Correct)
  • Chrissy Teigen
  • Gigi Hadid

(9) $2100 was the asking price of the first commercially available what?

  • Electric car
  • Portable music player
  • Electronic digital watch (Correct)

(10) A ’90s release of what software product contained a flight simulator as an Easter egg?

  • Mac OS 8
  • Microsoft Excel (Correct)
  • Lotus Notes

(11) Google had to state that Google Maps should not be used for military actions after a tense border dispute where?

  • China
  • Jordan
  • Costa Rica (Correct)

(12) When Apple infamously code-named a ’90s computer model BHA, what did the “B” stand for?

  • Bamboozle
  • Bluff
  • Butt (Correct)
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HQ Trivia September 4 (9:00 pm) ($5,000 Prize)

(1) Which of these actors currently plays Iron Man?

  • Cuba Gooding Jr.
  • Robert Downey Jr. (Correct)
  • Harry Connick Jr.

(2) The little bumps on the tongue are called “taste” what?

  • Friends
  • Classmates
  • Buds (Correct)

(3) The undergarment nickname “bra” is short for what?

  • Braggadocio
  • Bravo
  • Brassiere (Correct)

(4) Which word would you use to describe a baby porcupine?

  • Porcupette (Correct)
  • Porculina
  • Porkpie

(5) Which of these US states currently issues standard license plates depicting fruit?

  • Florida (Correct)
  • California
  • Hawaii

(6) Wasabi served in the United States is usually made from what?

  • Horseradish (Correct)
  • Wasabi root
  • Neither

(7) Which of these music acts would most likely be included in the radio format “Quiet Storm”?

  • Boyz II Men (Correct)
  • Spice Girls
  • Fall Out Boy

(8) In the “Star Trek” universe, which of these is NOT a typical Vulcan characteristic?

  • Ridged forehead (Correct)
  • Green blood
  • Pointy ears

(9) Which of these Meg Ryan rom-coms started as a ’30s play, which became a ’40s film, then a ’60s musical?

  • When Harry Met Sally
  • Sleepless in Seattle
  • You’ve Got Mail (Correct)

(10) What is NOT one of the words spun into Charlotte’s web in the classic children’s book?

  • RADIANT
  • JUST (Correct)
  • TERRIFIC

(11) Which country is it possible to walk to from Russia without passing through another country?

  • Uzbekistan
  • USA (Correct)
  • Sweden

(12) Which of these US symbols is named in part for its coloration?

  • National tree
  • National bird (Correct)
  • National mammal
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