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					                            Channel One News
                                          October 11-15

                                     WEEKLY QUIZ
October 11, 2010

1. What country produced this year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner?
a. Great Britain          b. United States                c. Russia             d. China
2. What state has changed Columbus Day to Native American Day?
a. South Dakota           b. South Carolina               c. New Mexico         d. Texas

October 12, 2010

3. How much does it cost to fly into outer space on a Virgin Galactic spaceship?
a. $50,000                b. $2,000,000                   c. $200,000           d. $500,000
4. Which group of miners will be taken to safety first?
a. The Weakest            b. The Strongest                c. The Youngest       d. The Oldest
October 13, 2010
5. Pop Quiz Review: How many teens report being bullied in school?
a. 1 in 3                 b. 1 in 5                       c. 1 in 10            d. 1 in 2
6. How many days were the Chilean miners trapped underground?
a. 36                     b. 33                           c. 69                 d. 84
October 14, 2010
7. According to the American Institute for Research, how much money do college dropouts cost
   American taxpayers?
a. $8 million             b. $9 billion                   c. $15 million        d. $1 billion

8. The federal government has decided not to lift the moratorium on drilling in the Gulf of Mexico
   because it is worried that the new rules will make it too difficult on oil companies to drill.
a. True                   b. False

October 15, 2010
9. What state is considered the birthplace of drive-though restaurants?
a. Florida                b. New York                     c. Texas              d. California
10. All fifty states have launched an investigation into the foreclosure practices of banks that lend people
   money to buy houses.
a. True                   b. False
                            Channel One News
                                          October 11-15

                                        ANSWERS
October 11, 2010

1. What country produced this year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner?
a. Great Britain          b. United States                c. Russia             d. China
2. What state has changed Columbus Day to Native American Day?
a. South Dakota               b. South Carolina              c. New Mexico          d. Texas

October 12, 2010

3. How much does it cost to fly into outer space on a Virgin Galactic spaceship?
a. $50,000                b. $2,000,000                   c. $200,000           d. $500,000
4. Which group of miners will be taken to safety first?
a. The Weakest            b. The Strongest                c. The Youngest       d. The Oldest
October 13, 2010
5. Pop Quiz Review: How many teens report being bullied in school?
a. 1 in 3                 b. 1 in 5                       c. 1 in 10            d. 1 in 2
6. How many days were the Chilean miners trapped underground?
a. 36                     b. 33                           c. 69                 d. 84
October 14, 2010
7. According to the American Institute for Research, how much money do college dropouts cost
   American taxpayers?
a. $8 million             b. $9 billion                   c. $15 million        d. $1 billion

8. The federal government has decided not to lift the moratorium on drilling in the Gulf of Mexico
   because it is worried that the new rules will make it too difficult on oil companies to drill.
a. True                   b. False

October 15, 2010
9. What state is considered the birthplace of drive-though restaurants?
a. Florida                b. New York                     c. Texas              d. California
10. All fifty states have launched an investigation into the foreclosure practices of banks that lend people
   money to buy houses.
a. True                   b. False

				
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