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Warship: Quiz


Question 1: ________ - A large, heavily-armoured and heavily-gunned warship.
Pre-dreadnought battleshipIronclad warshipBattleshipDreadnought

Question 2: Warships usually belong to a ________, though they have sometimes been operated by individuals or companies.
United States NavyRoyal NavyNavyNaval warfare

Question 3: However, it must be noted that the once distinct roles and appearances of cruisers, destroyers, frigates, and ________ have blurred.
CatamaranTall shipSloop-of-warCorvette

Question 4: Only the deactivated American ________ still exist as potential combatants, and battleships in general are unlikely to re-emerge as a ship class without redefinition.
North Carolina class battleshipColorado class battleshipIowa class battleshipMontana class battleship

Question 5: ________ - A ship with battleship level armament and cruiser level armor; typically faster than a battleship because the reduction in armor allowed mounting of heavier propulsion machinery.
BattlecruiserInvincible class battlecruiserIndefatigable class battlecruiserDreadnought

Question 6: ________ - An ancient warship propelled by three banks of oars.
ThemistoclesTriremeAncient GreeceGreco-Persian Wars

Question 7: ________ - A wooden warship with external iron plating.
Ironclad warshipBattleshipPre-dreadnought battleshipDreadnought

Question 8: ________ - An ancient warship propelled by three banks of oars.
Roman RepublicHellenistic-era warshipsAlexander the GreatRoman Navy

Question 9: ________ - A fast and highly maneuverable warship, traditionally incapable of independent action (originally developed to counter the threat of torpedo boats) but now the largest independent warship generally seen on the ocean.
DestroyerTribal class destroyer (1936)V and W class destroyerFletcher class destroyer

Question 10: Powered by ________, she was bigger, faster and more heavily gunned than all existing battleships, which she immediately rendered obsolete.
Power stationSteam engineSteam turbineThermal power station


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