A Challenge of Common Knowledge II
The following are just a few examples of what is in store."br/>"br/> Round off four hundred twenty-four to the nearest ten. #40"br/>"br/> The Americas are named after which early explorer? #306 "br/>"br/> Which food is not a grain: millet, corn, celery, or rye? #361"br/>"br/>"br/>ENJOY THE CHALLENGE!"br/>
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