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Amazon Quiz For 4 April: These Correct Answers Could Have Won You Ray Ban Sunglasses

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Published:

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  • The 4 April Amazon Quiz offers Ray Ban Sunglasses as reward
  • Do you think you answered the Amazon Quiz questions correctly?

The Amazon Quiz for 4 April also took place like that of 3 April, the reward for the winners of today’s quiz is Ray Ban Sunglasses. Now, if you have participated in the 4 April Amazon Quiz through the Amazon app within your smartphone,s then it is worth checking out the correct answers to the questions asked in the quiz.

4 April Amazon Quiz - for the Ray Ban Sunglasses

Q. Which Indian state is also known as the ‘Land of the rising sun’ because it gets the first sunrise in the country?

A. Arunachal Pradesh

Q. Bramley, Granny Smith, and Russet are all types of which fruit?

A. Apple

Q. Which theory made famous by Albert Einstein explains why all ‘observers’ have their own separate measure of time because of the finite speed of light?

A. Theory of Relativity

Q. Hibernia was the classical Latin name for which region?

A. Ireland

Q. Who recently won the men’s singles title at the 2019 Miami Open Tennis tournament?

A. Roger Federer.

Here, yesterday’s Amazon Quiz rewarded winners with a Vivo V15 Pro that is roughly priced at Rs 27000. Now, the Ray Ban Sunglasses may not be as premium priced as the Vivo V15 Pro but they hold their own as far as being rewards/prizes for the Amazon Quiz is concerned.

Participating in the Amazon Quiz

Entering and participation is easy, all you need is the Amazon app and sign-in with your Amazon India credentials. The quiz runs daily between 8 AM till 12 PM IST. Winners would be announced on 30 April in a lucky draw; hence you need a fair bit of luck to get lucky in the “lucky draw”.

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