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Question 1:
What is the motto of Australian National University?
Educating all for lifelong learning.
Viriliter Age
And Honor before all men
Naturam Primum Cognoscere Rerum

Question 2:
When was Australian National University established?
July, 1952

Question 3:
What state is Australian National University associated with?

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Question 5:
Where does Australian National University come from?

Question 6: The bill was passed on 1 August 1946 with support from the Opposition Leader ________.
Malcolm FraserGough WhitlamRobert MenziesHarold Holt

Question 7: The university also runs a coastal campus at Kioloa on the South Coast of ________ dedicated to field work training, and a North Australia Research Unit in Darwin in the Northern Territory.
New South WalesTasmaniaQueenslandVictoria (Australia)

Question 8: The campus covers 1.45 square kilometres (360 acres) adjoining native bushland, Black Mountain, ________, the suburb of Turner and the city centre.
Government House, CanberraLake Burley GriffinCanberraAlbert Hall, Canberra

Question 9: The Australian National University, commonly abbreviated to ANU, is a public teaching and research university located in Canberra, ________, the federal capital city.
BarbadosCanadaAustraliaUnited Kingdom

Question 10: Its notable staff and alumni include five ________.
List of Nobel laureatesList of Nobel laureates by university affiliationList of Nobel laureates by countryFrederick Sanger


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