Answers for test developed by Professor Cheryl Copeland of Camden County College

Here is the answer key -
1 Paradise
2 Poet
3 Poet
4 Many possible answers 
5 Composer
6 Mark Twain
7 Artist
8 Novel
9 Son of Zeus
10 Many possible answers 
11 King Lear, Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet and six other possibilities 
12 Cat-like 
13 Having mixed feelings 
14 Poet
15 Moral principles
16 Indifference
17 Author
18 Poet
19 Artist
20 Edgar Allan Poe 
21 Figure of speech
22 One-eyed giant
23 They
24 Need can be a source of inspiration
25 Water
26 Artist
27 Musician
28 Many possible answers
29 Soprano
30 Composer
31 Musician
32 It’s best to solve a problem immediately 
33 Using words to convey the opposite of their conventional meaning 
34 A mythological figure in love with his own beauty 
35 A mythological god 
36 Poetry written without rhyme or meter 
37 Actual events can be more unusual than fictional ones
38 Author
39) Seeking success by association with someone more successful 
40) Civil rights heroine
41) Civil rights hero
42) Founding father
43) Philosopher
44) Old Testament prophet
45) Pharaoh
46) Roman politician
47) 1920s
48) Philosopher
49) The Nazi attempt to exterminate the Jewish people  
50) Islam’s holy book
51) Prime Minister
52) Ocean liner
53) Many possible answers
54)   Queen of France
55) The mechanization of production 
56) Off the coast of NJ and NY; disembarkation point for millions of refugees
57) Civil rights pioneer
58) Greek temple
59) The period of European renewal that marked the end of the Middle Ages
60) Confederate army general 
61) Primaries are partisan; general elections are open to all
62) Nominated by the President, confirmed by the Senate, serve for life.
63) 100
64) Cory Booker, Robert Menendez
65) Chris Christie
66) Legislative, executive, judicial
67) Mike Pence
68) Tim Kaine
69) 21
70) Africa
71) US, Canada, Mexico
72) (Any 3 among) Superior, Huron, Michigan, Erie, Ontario 
73) California
74) Mostly Wyoming, but Montana and Idaho also are correct
75) Great Britain
76) Egypt, Sudan, Kenya are among 9 possibilities.
77) Rome
78) Latitude
79) Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina are among a dozen possibilities
80) Zimbabwe, South Africa and Botswana are among 54 possibilities
81 Michigan
82 First human being to walk on the moon
83 Inventor
84 Scientist
85 Scientist
86 Naturalist
87 1,000
88 1,000 
89 One-fifth, 20 percent
90 Ten
91 A whole number that can’t be divided by any other whole number
92 100 percent
93 = ;  -I
94 A triangle with at least two equal sides
95   90 degrees
96  Diameter is the distance across a circle through its center point; circumference is the distance
around the edge of a circle.
97) .4036
98) 1/53
99) 19th century
100) 92 million miles 

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