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General Quiz 1

1. To whom was the first patent for a technical invention awarded?
A. Leonardo da Vinci, Artist & Inventor B. Filippo Brunelleschi, Architect & Engineer
C. Sir Christopher Wren, Architect & Scientist D. Christiaan Huygens, Mathematician & Engineer

2. Alexander Graham Bell is best known for inventing the telephone, but he was a man of many interests. Another product for which he received patents was:
A. A cement-burning kiln B. A "magic lantern" projector
C. A vacuum cleaner D. A hydrofoil boat

3. "Misch metal" a substance that ignites when scratched, is widely used in the manufacture of what commonplace object?
A. Cigarette lighters B. Smoke detectors
C. Spark plugs D. Theatrical lights

4. Why is this animal famous in the field of Information Technology?
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A. Kindle B. Opera mini
C. Instagram D. Firefox

5. Which world-famous MNC has its research and development facility at Whitefield, Bangalore, spanning over an area of 20,000 sq.m with capacity of 1800 people, which is single largest R&D facility outside the company's home country germany?
A. BMW B. Toyota
C. Mercedes Benz D. Honda

6. The person on the right made a significant contribution to the company he was a part of. What significant non-monetary contribution did he make? some text
A. IBM original logo B. Microsoft original logo
C. Apple's Original Logo D. INTEL original logo

7. Name the top global executive search firm which dropped 'International' from its name in 2013 as a part of its rebranding exercise?
A. Korn/ferry B. Egon Zehnder
C. Odgers D. Glassford

8. In the 1960s, U.S. chemist Norman Stingley combined two substances - Butadiene and Sulphur - under heat and pressure to produce the material that made possible what well-known product?
A. Non-slip sole for athletic shoes B. Artificial Hairs
C. The soft contact lens D. The Super Ball

9. Name the person who founded the 'Free Software Movement'?
A. Peter H.Dukes B. Richard Stallman
C. Simone geberatty D. Hugh boatman

10. Which two companies developed the CD-ROM in the year 1984?
A. Sony and Philips B. Sony and Mouserbear
C. Philips and Samsung D. Compaq and Mouserbear

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