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Answer & Name
1.What dose oct in october mean?Vivian
The eighth month in the old Roman calendar, October retained its name (from the Latin "octo" meaning "eight") Bella
2.What do solders do?
Soldiers doing what Soldiers do | Article | The United States Army
Bella
3.How do energy drinks have energy in them .Mya.
http://www.gatorade.com/default.aspx#product?s=prime Vivian it has vitemen B in it.
4.How many eggs does a chicken lay in a day? Bella.(Bella's mom!)
A Ckicken lays two eggs per day.
Jackson
Read more:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Can_a_chicken_lay_two_eggs_in_a_day#ixzz1m8FACbcP
5.How does the sun gets its energy?
The sun makes its own energy through a lot of pressure called gravity. Anneka
6.Why is Halloween in October?-Jackson
Halloween is celebrated on October 31st because the Celtic people believed that it is the end of "season of the sun" and the start of "season of darkness and cold" due to winter. They believe that it is the time when evil spirits are most likely to roam the earth.ainsley
http://www.prettygreatanswers.com/launch/01-10-2006Why-is-Halloween-celebrated-on-October-31st.htm
7.Who was the first person to make a word?
Adam made the first word. Sara
Who Created the First Word
8.Why do spiders build webs? Why can't they build anthills or something? Sara
to catch their prey. (insects) ants build anthills
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_long_can_a_dog_live&isLookUp=1
Jackson
9.How big is the universe?
It's always expanding.Mya
10.How many oceans/seas are there?
5 Oceans & 85 Seas.Mya5 Oceans85 Seas
11.What is the longest word?
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis:
an obscure term ostensibly referring to a lung disease caused by silica dust, sometimes cited as one of the longest words in the English language. The longest word that can be prnounce. Jackson
www.dictionary.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
12.How deep is the ocean?
The marina trench in the pacific ocean is the deepest.(it`s almost 7 miles deep at the challenger deep!)
Lilly R.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariana_trench
13.What is the tallest building?
It is the Burj khalifa. Breann B.
14.why is the moon perfectly round? Lilly R.
There are two versions that i have ever played. the first is that just befor they say the moon is round... the moon is round. Breann B.
15.What word has the most syllables?
It is PnuemonouItramicroscopicsilicovoIcno ...It has 19. It's the one that you can actually pronounce.
Bella
Wiki Answers
16.How old is the oldest person who EVER lived/lives.
Bella
jeanne calmat lived 122 years and 164 days. Jackson
17.What is the longest Oshan called? Vivian
pacific ocean Jackson
18.How did dinasors get exstinct?(dead)Mya
The most accepted theory for the sudden extinction of dinosaurs is an impact event (otherwise known as the asteroid collision theory). Approximately 65 million years ago, at the end of the Cretaceous period, an increase in iridium levels (a chemical, platinum element) was direct evidence of this impact, which is said to have caused the extinction of not only dinosaurs, but also many other groups of animals. Jackson
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_did_dinosaurs_die#ixzz1acTFRiDr
19.Since clouds are made of water, what happens when it's a sunny day with no clouds? Bella
The first weather maps in the 19th century were drawn well after the fact to help ... have special symbols that show frontal systems, cloud cover, precipitation, or other ... The development of a telegraph network by 1845 made it possible to gather ..... on sunny days when the landmass warms up above the water temperature. ... www.answers.com/topic/surface-weather-analysis. Jackson
Read more: http://www.answers.com/search?q=since+clouds+are+made+of+water+what+happens+on+a+sunny+day#ixzz1acTgomXz
20.Why do we call the Ashans inins?Vivian
I'm not sure about the ones in Asia, but if you mean the American ones, Christopher Columbus wanted to sail to India by going around the world. He knew the world was round, but not that America was in between, so he tried to go from Europe west to Asia rather than going around the tip of Africa, which has really bad turbulence. When he came to America, he thought he was at India, so he called the natives Indians and returned, telling his sponsors the rulers of Spain that he had went to India. As such, the term 'Indians' for Native Americans stuck in Europe and went west with them when they decided to settle America. Hopefully this helped =D
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_do_you_call_them_Indians#ixzz1m8GkwUv2
Jackson
21.Why are clouds white? Abby
No all clouds are pure white, however, for those that are white, it is due their altitude and the reflection of sunlight. The ice crystals reflect sunlight.When flying above clouds during the day,they are always bright white. When we get dark clouds,they are so thick that they suck up most of the sunlight or reflects upwards, and so things weren't as bright below. Storm clouds are the thickest clouds, and look the darkest from down below. wiki answers
Bella
22. Why do Elephants run faster than humans.Greta

23.what the biggest number
joseph?
there is no such thing the amount of numbers is infinate ( which means there is no end) just like the universe
The number that has been calculated to most decimal places is pi. Jackson
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_longest_number#ixzz1khgch6Lj
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how come hot pepper is not hot when you touch it but it's hot when you eat it?
anaya
hot pepper can add a dilightful zingit google
25. how do we know when to trick or treat when halloween is on a week night? who decides?
Halloween times are decided by the community and city where you live. In Beverly Hills, we had trick or treat from 6pm-8pm. The city council decided that. Joseph
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What U.S.A president's didn't have a spouse while they were in office?
Bella
There were 4 presidents without a spouse. Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren and James Buchanan. Kaylee.
27.is the galaxy in the universe or is the universe in the galaxy? jackson
different galaxy's are in the universe
http://www.google.com
Kaylee
28.why is a mealworm called a WORM but is a incect? Vivian
Because mealworms turn into beetles. and beetles are insects so that's why there insects.
kaylee
http://www.google.com
29.What is the longest word
Breann
Jackson[[@/topic/pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis|Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis]] and thats the longest word!!!!!!!!!!!!
30.How do people make electricity??? Greta
You rub two pieces of metal together really fast. Carter

Rub two pieces of metal together.

Electricity is the motion of electrons. The electrons of certain substances, particularly metals, are easier to move from one atom to another, and are considered good conductors. In order to get the electrons to move (make electricity) you need to apply some impetus to get the electons to do this. this is usually in the form of a magnet force. The movement of a metal in relation to a magnet, or a magnet in relation to the metal will cause the already easily displaced electrons to begin moving from one atom to another. If one were to go to a hydroelectric power plant, (i.e. niagara falls) you would see that the falling water is used to turn a turbine. The turnbine is attached to a rotor. The rotor is the device that produces a rotating magnetic field. The magnet field induces movement of electrons in the surrounding stator, which is a set of electrical conductors (wires) wound around an iron core. There are many different ways to get the rotor to move in relationship to the stator. This can take place with wind power where the moving fan provides the circular motion. this can be done in a nuclear power plant which basically uses the power of nuclear fusion to create heat to boil water to produce steam which turns the turbines, of the electrical generator. Basically, that is how it is produced, by moving a magnet in relationship to an electric conductor.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_make_electricity#ixzz1gbMKxNfV
31.What is the MOST popular car???
Bella

Most popular cars!

The first one is the Honda Civic Hybrid 2011.
Greta!
32.Is
S U P E R C A L I F R A G I L I S T I C E X P I A L O D O C I O U S in the diconary??? Greta.
I don't know but I found this...
It said it is an adjective.
Bella
Dictionary.com

http://app.reference.com/click/yg487x?clksite=dict&clkquery=40CF63AF3A1DF9EA6011B5040FCF1D16&clkpage=dic&clkimpr=TvSPlEzc1SF1hcx4&clkld=0&clkref=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ask.com%2Fweb%3Fq%3DIs%2Bsupercalifragilistic%2Bin%2Bthe%2Bdictionary%253F%253F%253F%253F%26qsrc%3D19%26o%3D0%26l%3Ddir&clken=dkscr&clkord=0&clkblk=dtop&clktemp=hdr&clkmod=dkscr&clkitem=&clkdest=http%3A%2F%2Fdictionary.reference.com%2F
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When Adam made the first word \ What exsacally was the first word?
The book of Genesis doesn't share with us Adam's and Eve's first words. All we know are the first words that are recorded. For example, Adam's first recorded words regard Eve [2:23]. He explains that Eve will be known as 'woman', because of being made from 'man'. Eve's first recorded words regard her explanation to the sinister serpent about God's commandment against eating the forbidden fruit [3:2-3]. She says that God told the couple that their death would be the result of eating the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Jackson
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_were_Adam's_and_Eve's_first_words#ixzz1khdKoqmT
34.What is the Cimate of the Potwatomi tribe?
warm, hot, cold jackson..
35.Why is the sky blue?
Well, the sunlight enters the atmosphere and hits with the oxygen and different nitrogen atoms, and the colors blue and violet are the colors with the shortest wavelength so the sky seams as it is violet/blue! But, because our eyes are more attracted or sensitive to blue the sky appears as blue instead of violet. http://www.why-is-the-sky-blue.tv/why-is-the-sky-blue.htm
And the sky isn't blue in outer space! It's not actually blue, it just looks blue but it's really black or really dark purple! But as I said our eyes are more sensitive or attracted to blue!
Kaylee.
36.what is the logest word in the dictonary?
PNEUMONOULTRAMICROSCOPICSILICOVOLCANO... = a lung disease caused by breathing in particles of siliceous volcanic dust. This is the longest word in any English dictionary. However, it was coined by Everett Smith, the President of The National Puzzlers' League, in 1935 purely for the purpose of inventing a new "longest word". The Oxford English Dictionary described the word as factitious. Nevertheless it also appears in the Webster's, Random House, andChambers dictionaries. Jack$on!!!!!!!!!!!!
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_biggest_word_in_the_dictionary#ixzz1m5DnymZZ
37.How old can a dog live to be? Sara
8 to 16 years of age and if they are lucky possibly they live until 20, It depends on the dog. Small breeds of dog generally live longer than large breeds of dog.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_long_can_a_dog_live#ixzz1m8DRnu6N
38.why is there diffrent lanuages in the world? why don't they just go with german or English? Greta.
Because we just started creating new languages. We started breaking up into groups and started practicing their traits and beliefs.

Bella
http://thetruth-blog.blogspot.com/
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