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In what year was electricity first installed in the White House?
Which metal is the best conductor of electricity?
How many volts is a typical home power outlet in a U.S. home?
How many volts of electricity can an electric eel generate in their shock?
How fast does electricity travel?
Just plain speedy
Speed of sound
Speed of light
President Herbert Hoover was the first president to install central air conditioning in the White House. In what year did that happen?
True or False: Summer vacation was originally implemented for schools because without heating and cooling systems the schools would become too uncomfortable for learning.
What percentage of the average American's energy consumption is used towards heating their home?
In 1903, what was the first public building to have air conditioning?
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Larkin Administration Building, Buffalo, New York
The New York Public Library
The New York Stock Exchange
The Armour Building in Kansas City, Missouri
What is the oldest plumbing system to have been discovered?
In what region of the world was this oldest plumbing system found?
Zhou Dynasty in China
Indus River Valley Civilizations
The Island of Crete
Which state had the first home powered by a hydroelectric station via the Edison System?
An A/C window unit cost $350 dollars in 1940. In today's dollars, how much is that?
The first air conditioning units designed for cars were large, expensive, and didn't have regulators on the airflow. In what year was the first car air conditioning system designed?
Which famous musician was a plumbing apprentice before becoming a lead singer in a rock band?
What is a volt?
Measurement of length
Measurement of distance
A German car brand
Measurement of electrical potential
In what year did air conditioning units make it into American homes?
The word "plumber" is derived from the Latin world "plumbum." What does "plumbum" mean?
While modern sewer and plumbing pipes are largely made of metals and PVC, they used to be made from hollowed-out logs. With the advent of steam-powered water pumps, new materials were necessary to handle the pressure. What was the first U.S.city to use cast iron pipes in 1804?
Lillian Baumbach is believed to be the first known female licensed master plumber in the United States. She accomplished this at age 21. In what year did this happen?
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