April 10, 2012

Titanic Trivia Quiz

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The RMS Titanic, the unsinkable ship. April 15 will mark the 100th anniversary of the tragic sinking of the Titanic on its maiden voyage. The largest ship to sail the seas at that time, the cruise liner's first ever trip across the Atlantic Ocean was met with tragedy when the boat struck an iceberg, and sank. To commemorate the anniversary of that tragic night, we bring you a Titanic-themed quiz on this Trivia Tuesday.  The Titanic facts here will give you some of the answers, but that's your only hint!

  1. What was the starting price for a first-class ticket on the Titanic?
    A) $3,550
    B) $4,350
    C) $5,250
  2. What was the starting price for a third-class ticket on the Titanic?
    A) $35
    B) $40
    C) $45
  3. How many lifeboats did the Titanic have?
    A) 10
    B) 15
    C) 20
  4. What was the temperature of the water when the Titanic sank?
    A) 28°F
    B) 30°F
    C) 32°F
  5. How long was the Titanic?
    A) 800 feet
    B) 882.5 feet
    C) 950 feet
  6. Who was the captain of the Titanic?
    A) Edward Smith
    B) Brendon Brown
    C) Seymour Carroll
  7. How many passengers could the Titanic accommodate?
    A) 1,998
    B) 2,107
    C) 2,566
  8. What day did the Titanic leave on its maiden voyage?
    A) April 9
    B) April 10
    C) April 11
  9. How long did it take the Titanic to sink?
    A) 2 hours, 40 minutes
    B) 3 hours, 5 minutes
    C) 4 hours, 10 minutes

Post your answers in the Comments below and then check your answers!

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  1. nicholas

    1. B) $4,350
    2. A) $35
    3. C) 20
    4. A) 28°F
    5. B) 882.5 feet
    6. A) Edward Smith
    7. C) 2,566
    8. B) April 10
    9. A) 2 hours, 40 minutes

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  2. Lynn

    God bless the families and survivors. “Let the Titanic rest in peace as a memorial to the arrogance of man…” quoted from Eva Hart, survivor.

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  3. Lynn

    Why is the quiz concerned about miner details. What is important are the facts about the people involved in every aspect of building and the survivors. Knowing the time period is important to understand the out come of the Rich,Famous and unfortunate.

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  4. angel

    1.b
    2.c
    3.c
    4.b
    5.b
    6.a
    7.c
    8.b
    9.a
    I hope one day they can raise the Titanic up from the ocean & put it in a museum!

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  5. blackaqua196

    I think it is
    1.b??
    2.a??
    3.c??
    4.a??
    5.b??
    6.a??
    7.c??
    8.b??
    9.a??
    lets see the write anwers pleace hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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  6. Starrninjarawr

    1. B) $4,350
    2. A) $35
    3. C) 20
    4. A) 28°F
    5. B) 882.5 feet
    6. A) Edward Smith
    7. C) 2,566
    8. B) April 10
    9. A) 2 hours, 40 minutes

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  7. Lindsey4evamor

    1=b
    2=a
    3=c
    4=a
    5=b
    6=a
    7=none… true answer-2,228
    8=b… if thy r talking about what day it left port 4 the 1st time 2 pick up passengers
    9=a
    cool fact…we studied this in my GT class and there was also a Turkish bath and a handball court. the captain went down with the ship.

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  8. Fairyemerald31

    Alright. Here goes:
    1. B
    2. A
    3. C
    4. 28 DEGREES
    5. B
    6. A
    7. A???????
    8. B
    9. A
    Thanks. Now I AM GOING TO SEE THE ANSWERS O THE WORD SCRAMBLE I POSTED : )

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  9. Calleigh

    8 doesnt make sense because it didnt leave in 2012 it left in 1912 and so that make s question c make no sense because it is only the 10th

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  10. Calleigh

    1.b?
    2.b?
    3.c
    4.28f
    5.a
    6.a
    7.b
    8.um it didnt leave in 2012 wasn’t it 1912?and if it didn’t a wait it isnt even April 11th 2012 yet what the hey
    9.c

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  11. no1chocolategateau

    Every time I think about the Titanic I can’t help thinking thank God we weren’t in that time.

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