Weekly Quiz 1

What is the maximum number of times a normal piece of paper can be folded in half?

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Which country has played in every soccer World Cup?

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Brazil has played in every World Cup since it began in 1930. They have won 5 times: 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002.

Which uses less muscles: frowning or smiling?

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It takes less effort to smile!

How long did the Hundred Years' War last?

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The Hundred Years' War began in 1337 and ended in 1453 between England and France.

What is the coldest ocean on Earth?

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The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the 5 major oceans. It is also the coldest, with an average temperature of 38 degrees Farenheit (-2.22 degrees Celcius).

How many red balls are used in a game of snooker?

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There are 15 red balls, each worth 1 point. There is also a yellow ball (2 points), green ball (3 points), brown ball (4 points) blue ball (5 points), pink ball (6 points) and black ball (7 points).

How many months of the year have 28 days in them?

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All months have at least 28 days in them, with majority having more!

What is the name of the oldest university in the USA?

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Harvard University was established in 1636 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Yale was established in 1701 and University of Pennsylvania was established in 1740.

90 percent of us are using less than half of our breathing capacity. True or false?

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It is true. Yes, breathing is an involuntary process, however, with majority of us shallow breathing we don’t fuel our bodies efficiently so conscious breathing is important. You can read more about breathing in the following blog by our in-house experts: The secret weapon to optimal performance and wellness; Breathing

On average, how many days does it take to form a habit?

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On average, it takes 66 days to form a habit. However, individual times vary from 18 to 254 days (Lally et al., 1990).

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