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Please comment your answers to these trivia questions.

Stay tuned, the correct answers will be posted Friday!

1) Wham-O still sells this hip-hugging plastic toy, though not 25 million in 4 months, like when it debuted in 1958.

2) These small glass or plastic dishes used to culture microorganisms are named for a German bacteriologist.

3) Alexander Parkes developed this synthetic plastic material in 1856.

4) You can draw & measure angles with this, often a semicircular piece of transparent plastic.

5) Many books offered step-by-step solutions to this 6-sided plastic puzzle.

Answers and questions from the "Jeopardy!" game show provided by J-Archive.com.

Written by Alex Bower — August 22, 2012

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Dennis Stacey:

1)Hula Hoop 2) Petri Dish 3) Celluloid 4) A Protractor 5) A Rubik’s Cube

August 22 2012 at 10:08 AM

Mr. Chain:

1. What is the hula hoop?

2. What is a Petri Dish?

3. What is I have no idea…

4. What is a protractor?

5. What is a Rubik’s cube?

August 22 2012 at 11:08 AM

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