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300+ Fun Middle School Trivia Questions (with Answers!)

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Trivia Questions For Middle School

Trivia Questions For Middle School

  1. Which ocean is located between North America and Europe?

The Atlantic Ocean

2. If you wanted to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa, where would you go?

Italy

  1. What is the cell’s “brain”?

The nucleus

  1. What is the largest rainforest in the world?

Amazon rainforest

  1. What do you call a baby goat?

A kid

Fun fact: A group of kids is called a tribe or a herd of kids. 

Did you know: The act of a mother goat giving birth is called kidding? 

6. The Disney film Ratatouille is based in which city?

Paris

  1. What is the hardest natural substance?

Diamond

  1. What is Humanism focused on?

A philosophy that emphasizes the value of the individual

  1. What city is known as the Windy City?

Chicago

  1. What is New York City’s nickname?

Big Apple

  1. What is the world’s longest river?

The Nile

  1. Who was the captain of the Titanic when it sank?

Edward Smith

  1. What is the largest ocean on Earth?

The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean on our planet.

  1. What do you call a baby lion?

A cub

  1. Who invented the light bulb?

Thomas Edison

  1. Who baptized Jesus?

John the Baptist

  1. What is the highest mountain above sea level in the Mahalangur Himalayan range?

Mount Everest

  1. What did Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin accomplish together as the first men in history?

Walk on the moon

  1. What kind of monuments are the Ancient Egyptians known for?

Pyramids

  1. What is a portrait a picture of?

A person

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6th Grade Trivia Questions And Answers

6th Grade Trivia Questions And Answers
  1. What is the postal abbreviation of Montana?

MT

  1. In ancient Greece, what did people believe was a cross between a tiger and a horse?

The zebra

  1. What are the names of the four presidents on Mount Rushmore?

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln

  1. Vermicomposting is the process of turning organic garbage into compost using what simple creatures?

Earthworms

  1. What is 756-39?

717

  1. The law of gravity was discovered by whom?

Sir Isaac Newton

  1. What is an adjective?

A word that describes or modifies a noun or pronoun.

  1. This process is how plants produce their food.

Photosynthesis

  1. What is the term for the beginning part of the word bio in biology?

A prefix meaning “life.

  1. Name the 7 continents

Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica.

  1. What is the force that attracts objects to the center of the Earth?

Gravity

  1. This vocabulary word we learned while studying Ancient China refers to a family that reigned over a country for a long period of time. What is it?

Dynasty

  1. Name 3 examples of precipitation

Rain, sleet, snow, or hail

  1. What do you call the study of stars, planets, and galaxies?

Astronomy

  1. What causes the leaves on trees to turn green?

Chlorophyll

  1. What is harder to catch the faster you run?

Your breath

  1. What is the capital of Massachusetts?

Boston

  1. How many inches are in one foot?

12

  1. Sweat is excreted from which part of the dog’s body?

Their paws

  1. What is the chemical formula for water?

H20

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7th Grade Trivia Questions And Answers

7th Grade Trivia Questions And Answers
  1. What is the thickest layer of the Earth?

Mantle

  1. There are 2 rabbits and 2 giraffes walking in the zoo. How many legs do they have in all?

16

  1. Identify the three types of thermal energy transfer.

Conduction, Convection, and Radiation?

  1. What do you call a book that describes a person’s entire life from beginning to end?

Biography

  1. What is the shape that has 4 congruent (equal) sides and 4 right angles?

Square

  1. What do you call the taxes put on imported goods?

Tariff

  1. In Zootopia, what animals work for the Department of Motor Vehicles?

Sloths

  1. What country is famous for making the first hamburger and its hotdogs (called Frankfurts)?

Germany

  1. A parallelogram has how many sides?

4

  1. Name the three branches of the U.S. Government

Legislative, Executive, and Judicial

  1. To which country does the United States share a border to the North?

Canada

  1. What do you call a literature piece based on imaginary people, events, and worlds?

Fiction

  1. In what area of the environment do living and nonliving things interact?

Ecosystem

  1. What is the formula to calculate speed?

Distance/Time

  1. How do you refer to a piece of your writing based on your own life?

Autobiography

  1. The story of the sinking of what ship in 1912 was later made into a famous movie?

Titanic

  1. This game lets you build in wood, brick, or metal and have maximum health and shield of 100 points.

Fortnite

  1. What do you call a short statement of the main points of a story?

Summary

  1. What does a chemical symbol represent?

Element

  1. What color belt in karate shows the highest degree of skill?

Black

 8th Grade Trivia Questions And Answers

8th Grade Trivia Questions And Answers
  1. How do you calculate an element’s atomic mass?

Add the number of neutrons and the number of protons together.

  1. What are synonyms?

Words that mean the same thing

  1. What is the square root of 144?

12

  1. Name the last president of the Soviet Union

Mikail Gorbachev

  1. An argumentative essay is made up of how many parts?

5

  1. Who was Abraham’s firstborn son?

Ishmael

  1. How does mass affect the amount of force required to move an object?

The greater the mass, the greater the amount of force needed to move it

  1. Name the five layers of Earth’s atmosphere

Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere, Exosphere

  1. What is a topic sentence?

The first sentence of a paragraph.

  1. Who invented the telephone?

Alexander Graham Bell

  1. What would the total measurement be if you added all the angles of a hexagon together?

720

  1. Warm-blooded vertebrates with hair or fur that secrete milk and give birth are called what?

Mammal

  1. Who was the first female vice President of the United States?

Kamala Harris

Fun Trivia Questions For Middle School

Fun Trivia Questions For Middle School
  1. What sweet snack is left for Santa?

Cookies are typically left out for Santa.

  1. What is the sweet edible substance made by bees?

Honey

  1. What is the most commonly used command to train dogs?

“Sit”

  1. Superman is also known as?

The Man of Steel

  1. On New Year’s Day, the Dutch believe eating what will bring them good fortune?

Donuts (Oliebollen – small deep-fried donuts with raisins)

  1. What is a female elephant called?

A cow

  1. Who is Donald Duck’s sister?

Della Duck, but she is also called Dumbella by Donald.

  1. Upon completing a level, Mario jumps on what?

A flagpole.

  1. SpongeBob lives in what fruit?

Pineapple

  1. Name the youngest Disney princess

Snow White. According to the story, Snow White is 14 years old.

  1. What holiday is the most popular for sending flowers in addition to Valentine’s Day?

Mother’s Day

  1. Who is Iron Man’s daughter?

Morgan Stark

  1. The popular nursery rhyme “Jack and Jill” is said to be about whom?

King Louis XVI of France and Marie Antoinette.

  1. What is a lucky object you can find in the grass?

A four-leaf clover

  1. In which show is there an ice cream parlor called Scoops Ahoy?

Stranger Things

  1. Which character’s catchphrase is “To infinity and beyond”?

Buzz Lightyear

  1. Who sat at a round table with his knights?

King Arthur

  1. What is Harry Potter’s middle name?

James

  1. Which country consumes the most chocolate per person?

Switzerland. They eat 20 pounds per person per year.

  1. Who lives in the trash can on Sesame Street?

Oscar, The Grouch

Health Trivia Questions For Middle School

Health Trivia Questions For Middle School
  1. What is the strongest muscle in the human body?

Heart

  1. Pirates would not have suffered from scurvy if they had known about this vitamin. What is it?

Vitamin C

  1. What is increased by aerobic exercise?

Heart Rate

  1. Which bone disease literally means ‘porous bones’?

Osteoporosis

  1. Foods that are high in saturated fats tend to raise what?

Blood Cholesterol

  1. What type of blood is known as the universal donor?

O Negative

  1. The function of antioxidants is to neutralize what?

Free Radicals

  1. What is the largest organ in the human body?

The Skin

  1. What is the correct term to refer to the inflammation of one’s gums?

Gingivitis

  1. Which side of your brain controls the left side of your body?

The right side of the brain

  1. What organ is primarily responsible for storing vitamin A?

Liver

  1. What is the function of white blood cells?

They protect you from illness and disease. These cells are also known as immunity cells.

  1. Which daily activity enhances flexibility?

Stretching Exercises

  1. What six-letter word means “red cells deficiency”?

Anemia

  1. Vitamin B5 is also known as?

Pantothenic Acid

  1. A person with diabetes produces insufficient amounts of what in their body?

Insulin

  1. Which foods are rich in vitamin D?

Milk, Fish Oil, Fortified Margarine

  1. What are those tiny spots that sometimes appear in your visual field called?

Floaters

  1. What part of the heart gets clogged and causes heart disease?

Arteries

  1. Sugar such as glucose or fructose, which provides instant energy, is called what?

Simple carbohydrates

  1. What is the best thing you can drink to stay hydrated?

Water

  1. Diabetes is a disease caused by a problem with which organ in the body?

Pancreas

Literature Trivia For Middle School

Literature Trivia For Middle School
  1. What is the name of Harry Potter’s best female friend?

Hermione

  1. In the film The Great Gatsby, who played the role of Jay Gatsby, adapted from the book by F. Scott Fitzgerald?

Leonardo DiCaprio

  1. In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, who is Tom Sawyer’s best friend?

Huckleberry Finn

  1. In the Dr. Seuss book The Cat in the Hat, what kind of hat does the cat wear?

A red and white striped top hat

  1. Who wrote the political satire Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, a beloved children’s book?

Lewis Carroll

  1. What is the best-selling novel of all time?

Don Quixote

  1. Don Quixote was written in what language?

Spanish

  1. Who wrote about a boy named Charlie visiting a chocolate factory after winning a golden ticket?

Roald Dahl

  1. From a chronological standpoint, it is the first book in C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia series.

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

  1. What Belgian book series spawned a long-running cartoon about blue people who were only three apples tall?

The Smurfs

  1. In Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, who were the four sisters?

Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy

  1. What Disney animated movie based on Victor Hugo novel was made in 1996?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

  1. What series of books for children was written by Michael Bond about a famous animal?

Paddington Bear

129. Who is the author of The Fellowship of the Ring, the first book in the popular fantasy trilogy?

J. R. R. Tolkien

  1. What was the name of the Darling family’s eldest child in Peter Pan?

Wendy

  1. The initials in J.K. Rowling’s name (the author of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) stand for?

Joanna Kathleen

132. The short story for the 2008 film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was written by which classic novelist?

Scott Fitzgerald

  1. Who is the popular author behind Willy Wonka, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

Roald Dahl

  1. Which state is the home of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn?

Missouri

  1. To whom did Helen Keller dedicate her autobiography ‘The Story of My Life’? (He was an inventor and considered himself a teacher of the deaf.)

Alexander Graham Bell

  1. Who wrote the autobiography about a girl hiding from the Nazis in her attic, The Diary of a Young Girl?

Anne Frank

  1. Who is John’s true love in Nicholas Sparks’ Dear John?

Savannah

  1. How did Romeo and Juliet die?

Romeo drinks poison as he thinks that Juliet is dead. When Juliet awakes and sees that Romeo is dead, she stabs herself with a dagger.

  1. Which famous American author wrote the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer?

Mark Twain

  1. How many girls attend Madeline’s school in Paris?

12

Random Middle School Trivia Questions

Random Middle School Trivia
  1. Which famous fast-food chain opened its doors in 1955?

McDonald’s

  1. What is Superman’s only weakness?

Kryptonite

  1. Which planet is the hottest in our solar system?

Venus

  1. How many minutes are there in a day?

1440

  1. According to a famous rhyme, who picked a peck of pickled peppers?

Peter Piper

  1. What animal is known as “man’s best friend”?

Dogs

  1. Who is the author who wrote the Harry Potter series?

JK Rowling

148. What Nintendo console functions essentially as a tablet?

The Nintendo Switch

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  1. What instrument do you play if you’re a “master of the ivory keys?”

The piano

  1. Who went to school with a Lamb?

Mary

  1. Who resides at Number 4 Privet Drive?

Harry Potter

  1. From which direction does the sun rise?

East

  1. A slam dunk is worth how many points?

Two

  1. Are worker bees female or male?

Female

  1. The Ark was built by whom?

Noah

  1. What was Justin Bieber’s age when he became famous?

13 years old

  1. Typically, what color do school buses have?

Yellow

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  1. What is a kakapo?

A parrot

  1. What is the dog’s most highly developed sense?

Smell

  1. What is the network that hosts The Teen Choice Awards?

Nickelodeon

  1. Which weapon are Jedi Knights in Starwars famous for using?

Light Saber

  1. Which is the largest U.S. state by land area?

Alaska

  1. What is the name of the villain in 101 Dalmatians?

Cruella De Ville

Middle School Math Trivia

Middle School Math Trivia
  1. In mathematics, what word is used to indicate the likelihood of something occurring?

Probability

  1. What is the fundamental metric unit of mass?

Kilogram

  1. In mathematics, what is the term for the perimeter of a circle?

Circumference

  1. Isaac Newton was how old when he developed integral calculus?

23 years old

  1. The longest side of a right-angled triangle is called what?

Hypotenuse

  1. What is the only prime number that is even?

2

  1. What is the square root of a quarter?

A half

  1. The number system that has a base of two is called what?

Binary

  1. The number 0 was originally known as?

Cipher

  1. In what shape is the mathematical symbol lemniscate?

Infinity

  1. The Rubik’s Cube can be solved with how many moves?

No more than 20 moves

  1. What type of number has no factors other than 1 and itself?

Prime Number

  1. Is Pi a rational or irrational number?

Pi is irrational. It cannot be written as a fraction.

  1. Which number does not have its own Roman numeral?

Zero

  1. What is the top number of a fraction?

Numerator

  1. Which numerical system are we using now?

Hindu-Arabic Numeral System

  1. Who invented paint by number?

Leonardo Da Vinci

  1. The improper fraction is always greater than which number?

One

  1. What is the next prime number after 3?

Five

  1. A greater than 90-degree angle is called what?

Obtuse.

Middle School Trivia Jeopardy

Middle School Trivia Jeopardy
  1. An alternative name for the season of fall.

What is autumn?

  1. In 1482, he discovered America.

Who is Christopher Columbus?

  1. It is the part of the brain that connects to the spinal cord.

What is the cerebellum?

  1. He wrote the Star-Spangled Banner in 1931.

Who is Francis Scott Key?

  1. It’s where your food mixes with other particles.

What is a stomach?

  1. The first person to walk on the moon.

Who is Neil Armstrong?

  1. The Disney Channel aired a show featuring a mother and her five children.

What is Good Luck Charlie?

  1. Prepositions,Nouns,Pronouns,Conjunctions,Verbs,Adverbs, Adjectives,Interjections.

What are the Eight Parts of Speech?

  1. Federal Bureau of Investigation

What do the letters FBI stand for?

  1. The band was popular between the 1960s and the 1970s. “I wanna hold your hand” and “Yellow Submarine” are among their songs.

Who are the Beatles?

  1. The world’s largest snake.

What is an anaconda?

  1. The colored part of a human’s eye.

What is an iris?

  1. This is the tallest living thing in the world (you can see one in Washington).

What is a giant redwood tree?

  1. The art of Japanese paper folding is called this.

What is origami?

  1. This 24-day calendar is usually found in chocolates.

What is an Advent calendar?

  1. The reason we celebrate Memorial Day.

What is “to honor those Americans who gave up their lives for their country.”?

  1. The faces of four past presidents are carved into this famous mountain.

What is Mt. Rushmore?

  1. Known as Planet Earth’s path around the sun.

What is an orbit?

  1. Animals of this type eat only plants.

What are herbivores?

  1. Also known as “milk punch,” it is a popular beverage during the holiday season.

What is eggnog?

Middle School Science Trivia

Middle School Science Trivia
  1. What is the distance between the moon and the Earth?

376, 600 Km.

  1. What is gold’s chemical symbol?

Au

  1. The human body has how many bones?

206

  1. What is the name of the center of an atom?

The nucleus

  1. What do we call the bones that make up the spine?

Vertebrae

  1. What is the name of the long pipe that carries food from the back of the throat to the stomach?

The esophagus

  1. The human heart has how many chambers?

Four

  1. What is the process by which pollen moves from a flower’s anthers to its stigma?

Pollination

  1. Pasteurization is named after which French microbiologist?

Louis Pasteur

  1. The medulla oblongata is located where on the human body?

In the brain

  1. What are the units of measurement of radioactive element activity?

The Becquerel

  1. What two elements make up water?

Hydrogen and oxygen

  1. What is the chemical symbol for table salt?

NaCl

  1. What does ‘E’ stand for in E=MC2?

Energy

  1. State the three states of matter.

Solid, liquid, and gas

  1. What part of a plant absorbs light, which provides nutrients for the plant?

The leaves

  1. Which animal group do frogs belong to?

Amphibians

  1. Which form of energy is visible to the naked eye?

Light

  1. After a rainstorm, what is a natural phenomenon that usually occurs?

A rainbow

  1. When a gas changes into a liquid, what is it called?

Condensation

World History Trivia For Middle School

World History Trivia For Middle School
  1. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet, and Macbeth were all written by which author?

William Shakespeare

  1. Where are the ancient pyramids located?

Egypt

  1. Who invented the telephone?

Alexander Graham Bell

  1. Who was the first Emperor of the Roman Empire?

Augustus Caesar

  1. Who was the first man to walk on the moon?

Neil Armstrong, in 1969

  1. What country is the origin of the Olympic Games?

Greece

  1. Who was the first African-American president of the United States?

Barack Obama

  1. Name the most famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci.

Mona Lisa

  1. What year did the Titanic sink?

1912

  1. Between 1945 and 1991, this ‘war’ was a conflict between communism and capitalism.

COLD WAR

  1. Which European country gave the United States of America its Statue of Liberty?

France

  1. What was the Reign of terror?

A time during the French Revolution when the king and queen were executed.

  1. Following the end of her relationship with Julius Caesar, who did Cleopatra marry?

Mark Anthony

  1. Who was the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?

Amelia Earhart

  1. Who painted the Notre Dame Cathedral?

Pablo Picasso

  1. Between the North and South regions in the United States, what war was fought over slavery and states’ rights?

The Civil War

  1. True or False: The Atlantic Slave trade began because most of the indigenous population had died & Europeans “needed” workers.

True

Easy Trivia Questions For Middle School

Easy Trivia Questions For Middle School
  1. Who is Charlie Brown’s dog in Charles Schulz’s famous peanuts strip?

Snoopy

  1. How many colors are there in a rainbow?

Seven

  1. The coach of Cinderella was made of what?

A pumpkin

  1. What instrument does a pianist play?

A piano

  1. What is the fastest land animal?

Cheetah

  1. What are the primary colors?

Red, Blue, Green

  1. Who was the first Disney princess?

Snow White

  1. What state is also known as Aloha State?

Hawaii

  1. According to myth, what can be found at the end of the rainbow?

Pot of gold

  1. What is the name of the Disney film about Rapunzel?

Tangled

  1. On a stoplight, what color indicates “GO”?

Green

  1. What does ‘mph’ stand for?

Miles per hour

  1. There were how many blind mice in the traditional rhyme?

Three

  1. Moses was given how many commandments?

Ten

  1. Who lives in Neverland?

Peter Pan

  1. Who is Barbie’s male companion?

Ken

  1. What does 24/7 mean?

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

  1. It is said that you will have good luck if this animal poop on you.

Bird

  1. What needs to be broken before it can be used?

An egg

  1. Where does Carl Fredricksen move his house in the Oscar-winning movie “Up”?

Paradise Falls

Science Trivia For Middle School

Science Trivia For Middle School
  1. The pigment that gives leaves their green color and absorbs light during photosynthesis.

Chlorophyll

  1. What is an inherited trait?

A trait that comes from your biological parent’s DNA

  1. What is the second most abundant mineral found in the human body?

Phosphorus

  1. Which molecule is the main structural component of hair and nails?

Keratin

  1. What is the freezing point of water?

32 degrees Fahrenheit

  1. What is a scientist who specializes in studies of cells called?

Cytologist

  1. What falling fruit that Sir Isaac Newton is said to have been inspired by led him to discover the law of gravity?

Apple

  1. What are the three types of rock?

Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic

  1. What is the scientific name for an organism’s function or role in its environment?

Niche

  1. What are the four primary precious metals?

Gold, silver, platinum, and palladium

  1. What is the only mammal that can fly?

The bat

  1. Who developed the theory of evolution in his book, The Origin of Species?

Charles Darwin

  1. What is the formula used to calculate density?

Density is mass divided by volume

  1. What is the name of precipitation that falls as drops of frozen rain?

Hail

  1. What is the quality of an object that allows it to float on water?

Buoyancy

  1. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth is between the moon and what else?

The sun

  1. Animals with a backbone are called what?

Vertebrates

  1. The periodic table contains how many elements?

118

  1. What part of the brain is responsible for hearing and language?

Temporal lobe

  1. What sense is most closely associated with memory?

Smell

  1. What is the name of the red pigment in vertebrates that helps transport oxygen?

Hemoglobin

English Trivia Questions For Middle School

English Trivia Questions For Middle School
  1. What is the first novel in English literature?

Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

  1. How old is the English language?

More than 1,400 years

  1. What is the reason that English is called the language of the sky?

Every pilot must identify themself in English when flying internationally. All air traffic controllers at international airports must be able to communicate with pilots in English.

  1. Who wrote the English grammar?

William Bullokar

  1. What words or phrases should not be used in a claim?

“I think”

“I believe”

“My opinion”

  1. How many countries have English as their official language?

It is the official language in 67 countries and 27 non-sovereign countries such as Hong Kong.

  1. What is the Plural form of the word alumnus?

Alumni

  1. How many new words are added to the English language each year?

About 4,000

Editors from the Oxford English Dictionary have estimated that about 4,000 new words are added to the dictionary every year.

  1. The firsthand description of a uniform American English became common in which century?

After the mid-18th century

  1. What does the prefix poly mean?

Many

  1. In English, which letter is most commonly used?

The letter ‘E.’ One out of 8 of all the letters written in English is ‘e.’

  1. In a book or story, the point of maximum tension and drama.

The climax of a story

  1. What is the study of grammatical meaning in language?

Semantics

  1. When a word form has multiple meanings that may be related, what does that mean in the traditional sense?

Polysemy

  1. Who said, “I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin.”?

Martin Luther King

  1. What is the study of meaning in context?

Pragmatics

  1. Name the person who said this famous American quote:

‘Mama always said: Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.’

Forrest Gump

  1. Give an example of the shortest grammatically correct phrase:

I am.

  1. The word “Goodbye” derives from which Old English phrase?

“God be with you.”

  1. Who was the American dictionary publisher who contributed most to American spelling differing from British spelling?

Webster. (In 1806, Noah Webster published the first American dictionary, A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language, which was full of laughable suggestions for streamlining American spelling).

  1. Traditionally, the English language is divided into three historical periods: Old English, Middle English, and Modern English. From which of these periods did Shakespeare write his plays?

Modern English

The period of Modern English extends from the 1500s to the present day. Shakespeare wrote his plays between 1590 and 1613.

  1. Collection of languages related through a common ancestral language that existed long before recorded history.

Language Families.

  1. What punctuation mark ends an imperative sentence?

A Period Or Exclamation Point

  1. The protagonist is often the hero of the story. What is the opposite force or character in a story called?

Antagonist

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