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Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers About The State of Nevada

Where does Nevada rank for population among the states?
A: 35th.

What is the Nevada State fossil?
A:  Ichthyosaur.

What does Nevada have by far the most of per capita in U.S.?
A: Hotel rooms.

What city is the capital of Nevada?
A:  Carson City.

Why is Nevada known as the "Battle Born State"?
A:  It achieved statehood during the Civil War.

What nationality were the first Europeans to explored the region?
A: The Spaniards.

What is the Nevada State flower?
A:  Sagebrush.


 Where did the name Nevada come from?
A: The Spanish explorers named it Nevada which means snowy.

Before the Europeans showed up, what is now Nevada was inhabited by what three Native American tribes?
A: The Paiute, Shoshone, and Washoe.

Nevada has a domestic partnership registry that enables gay couples to enjoy the same rights as who?
A: Married couples.

What is the Nevada State fish?
A:  Lahontan cutthroat trout.

On what date did Nevada become the 36th state?
A: On October 31, 1864.

What kind of laws is Nevada known for?
A: Its libertarian laws.

In Nevada prostitution employs roughly how many women?
A: Aproximatly300.


What turned Nevada into the popular tourist destination that it is today?
A: The establishment of legalized gambling and lenient marriage and divorce proceedings.

What is the Nevada State colors?
A: Silver and blue.

Nevada is the only state where prostitution is what?
A:  Legal, though it is illegal in Clark County and Washoe County which contain Las Vegas and Reno, respectively.

What is Nevada's largest employer?
A: The tourism industry.

Nevada is the world's fourth largest producer of what type of metal?
A:  Gold .

Nevada allows for use of "what" for medical reasons?
A:  Marijuana.

What is the highest recorded temperature for Nevada?
A: 125 °F in Laughlin on June 29, 1994.


What is the coldest recorded temperature for Nevada?
A:  −52 °F set in San Jacinto in 1972.

What is the Nevada State grass?
A:  Indian ricegrass.

The southern third of the state, where the Las Vegas area is located in the southern third of Nevada and is in what desert?
A: The Mojave Desert.

What is the average yearly rainfall for Nevada?
A: About 7 inches.

Nevada is well known for having the harshest penalties for what type of offenders in the US?
A: Non-alcohol drugs.

What is the Nevada State bird?
A:  Mountain Bluebird.

Nevada is divided into how many counties?
A: 17.


What county in Nevada has the most people?
A: Clark County.

What is the Nevada State march?
A:  "Silver State Fanfare" by Gerald G. Willis.

Las Vegas is Nevada's most populous city, has been the "what" since the county was created?
A: The county seat.

Nevada became the 36th U.S. State in the Union on what date?
A: October 3, 1864.

What is permitted in casinos, hotel rooms, tobacco shops, and brothels?
A: Smoking.

What is the Nevada State metal?
A:  Silver.

In Nevada gambling was outlawed in 1909 as part of a nation-wide anti-gambling crusade, but  Nevada again legalized gambling on what date?
A:  March 19, 1931.


How big is the Nevada Test Site, 65 miles northwest of the city of Las Vegas in square miles?
A: Approximately 1,350 square miles.

When was the last atmospheric test conducted at the Nevada test site?
A: On July 17, 1962.

What is the Nevada State precious gemstone?
A:  Virgin Valley black fire opal.

As far as crime is concerned, in 2008, Nevada had the third highest what in the country?
A: Murder rate.

When was the underground testing of weapons discontinued?
A:  September 23, 1992.

What is the Nevada State semiprecious gemstone?
A:  Nevada turquoise.

What percentage of Nevada's land is owned by the federal government?
A: Over eighty percent.


According to the  Census Bureau the population of Nevada was what on July 1, 2013?
A: 2,790,136.

The California Gold Rush of the 1850s brought thousands of Chinese miners to what county?
A:  Washoe county.

What is the Nevada State slogan?
A:  "The Battle Born State".

The 2000 Census revealed that 16.19% of the state's residents over 5 years old speak what language at home?
A: Spanish.

What is the Nevada State artifact?
A: Tule Duck Decoy.

In 2004, 6,800,000 ounces of gold were mined in the state, worth $2.84 billion, and it amounted to 8.7% of what?
A: The world gold production.

In 2008, the state had the highest rate of what in the country?
A: Robbery and motor vehicle theft.


What percentage of Nevada's 484,000 acres of cropland is used to grow hay, for feeding livestock ?
A: Over 90%.

What is the Nevada State song?
A:  "Home Means Nevada" by Bertha Raffetto.

In Nevada, the U.S. Route 50 is also known as what?
A: "The Loneliest Road in America".

Nevada does not have a continuous interstate highway linking its two major what?
A: Population centers.

Nevada is one of only a few states in the country that allows Semi trucks with what ?
A:  Three trailers.

What is the Nevada State reptile?
A: Desert Tortoise.

Where does a  4-mile long monorail provide public transportation?
A:  In the Las Vegas area.


What are the two major airports serving Nevada?
A: McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, and Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

As far as taxation goes, Nevada has no what?
A: Personal income tax or corporate income tax.

What is the Nevada State rock?
A:  Sandstone.

Interestingly enough, since Nevada does not collect income data it can't share the data with who?
A: The feds or the IRS.

Nevada voters enacted a smoking ban that outlaws smoking where?
A: In most workplaces and public places.

 Smoking is permitted in bars if the bar does not do what?
A: Serve food.

What is the Nevada State animal?
A:  Desert Bighorn Sheep.

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