# Test your GQ (Geonomic Quotient) — Quiz 6

November 1, 2013 | Posted by Jeffery J. Smith under Quizzes |

Humanity’s Blind Spot toward Land

Discover startling statistics (data up to 2010)

in a quiz of 20 questions.

For more information on these figures and sources, please get in touch.

## Test your GQ (Geonomic Quotient) — Quiz 6

Congratulations - you have completed *Test your GQ (Geonomic Quotient) — Quiz 6*.

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Question 1 |

A | Zero |

Question 2 |

A | The sky’s the limit. |

Question 3 |

A | Stone Age |

B | Middle Ages |

C | Early Industrial Era |

D | Now |

Question 4 |

A | .6s |

B | .7s |

C | .8s |

D | .9s |

Question 5 |

A | 1/5th |

B | 1/6th |

C | 1/7th |

D | 1/8th |

Question 6 |

A | $2 |

B | $4 |

C | $6 |

D | $8 |

Question 7 |

A | 30% |

B | 55% |

C | 80% |

D | 100% |

Question 8 |

A | 20% |

B | 40% |

C | 60% |

D | 80) |

Question 9 |

A | 3 |

B | 15 |

C | 30 |

D | 45 |

Question 10 |

A | Harrisburg PA |

B | Harare Zimbabwe |

C | Hong Kong |

D | Melbourne Australia |

Question 11 |

A | 10% |

B | 20% |

C | 30% |

D | 40% |

Question 12 |

A | 0% |

B | 17% |

C | 34% |

D | 51% |

Question 13 |

A | 0% |

B | 17% |

C | 34% |

D | 51% |

Question 14 |

A | 90% |

B | 93% |

C | 96% |

D | 99% |

Question 15 |

A | -20% |

B | -10% |

C | 0% |

D | +10% |

Question 16 |

A | 25% less |

B | the same |

C | 25% more |

D | 50% more |

Question 17 |

A | 1/2 mile |

B | 1 mile |

C | 1.5 mile |

D | 2 mile |

Question 18 |

A | $30,000 |

B | $60,000 |

C | $90,000 |

D | $120,000 |

Question 19 |

A | $15k |

B | $30k |

C | $45k |

D | no limit |

Question 20 |

A | $100 |

B | $500 |

C | $1000 |

D | $1500 |

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### Jeffery J. Smith

Our editor published The Geonomist which won a Californian GreenLight Award, has appeared in both the popular press (e.g., TruthOut) and academic journals (e.g., USC’s Planning and Markets), been interviewed on radio and TV, lobbied officials, testified before the Russian Duma, conducted research (e.g., for Portland’s mass transit agency), and recruited activists and academics to the Forum on Geonomics. A member of the International Society for Ecological Economics and of Mensa, he lives in America’s Pacific Northwest.

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