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1: What number and letter would continue this geographical and historical sequence: 50H, 49A, 48A, 47 NM, ?

2: What is the name of the ship on which Greenpeace members tried stop the French nuclear tests in the Pacific?

3: On August 9, 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy gave birth to a son, who died 2 days later. What was his name?

4: Which river with a colorful name flooded communities throughout Minnesota, North Dakota, and Canada in 1997?

5: This creature, which has more legs than any other, protects itself by spraying cyanide gas at its predators. What is it?

6: Protons and Neutrons are subatomic particles located where?

7: U.S. paper money has this formula: 75% of material A and 25% of material B. What are A and B?

8: The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a high of 380 points in August, 1929, then plummeted at the start of the Great Depression. How many years did it take for the Dow Jones Average to return to its 1929 high of 380?

9: A book has pages numbered from 1-200, inclusive. How many of these page numbers contain the digit 1 at least once?

10: When transatlantic telephone service was inaugurated in 1927, a 3-minute call between New York and London cost how much: $15, $35, or $75?

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