Weekly Quiz 15

What are the three imaginary planes of movement?

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The Sagittal plae divides the body into left and right halves, the Frontal (Coronal) plane divides the body into front and back halves and the Transverse plane divides the body into top and bottom halves.

What is the driest place on Earth?

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The Dry Valleys have had no rainfall for nearly 2 million years. The region receives no rain due to Katabatic winds. Katabatic winds come from the mountains are so heavy with moisture that gravity pulls them down and away from the Valleys.

What day of the week do most heart attacks occur?

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Research conducted on more than 45,000 heart patients at 11 public hospital emergency departments showed the number of people presenting heart conditions was 27% higher on a Monday than a Saturday or Sunday.

What does the word hieroglyphics mean?

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No one was able to understand hieroglyphics until the Rosetta Stone was discovered in 1799, which contained a message from Pharaoh Ptolemy V.

Mount Everest is in which country?

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Mount Everest is the highest mountain above sea level at a height of 8, 848m. The international border between China and Nepal runs across the summit.

What is the maximum time limit allowed to look for a lost golf ball?

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New Rules of Golf in 2019 have reduced the time from 5 minutes to 3 minutes, which is more consistent with the fundamental notion that golf is played promptly and continuously.

Which instrument has forty-seven strings and seven pedals?

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The pedal harp has a range of six and a half octaves (47 strings), weighs approximately 36kg and stands at 1.85 metres tall.

What is the maximum capacity of the MCG?

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With a capacity of 100,024, the MCG is Australia's largest sporting stadium. That many seats means there is a lot of stairs.

How many categories of kissing did the ancient Romans come up with?

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The three categories were: Osculum – a kiss on the cheek, Basium – a kiss on the lips and Savolium – a deep kiss.

If you were running a race and passed the person in second place, what position would you be in now?

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The person you passed would now be in third place and you would be in second place. If you passed the person in first place, then you would be first.

Are you happy with your knowledge of your body and wellness?

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