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Who Wants To Be A Billionaire?: 

Who Wants To Be A Billionaire?

You Will Have To Go To College Then!!!!: 

You Will Have To Go To College Then!!!! Let’s Play The Game Anyways

For $100: 

For $100 What do the stars on the flag represent? A) 13 Colonies B) The 50 people that signed the constitution of the U.S. C) The 50 States

For $100: 

For $100 What do the stars on the flag represent? A) B) The 50 people that signed the constitution of the U.S. C) The 50 States

For $100: 

For $100 What do the stars on the flag represent? A) 13 Colonies B) The 50 people that signed the constitution of the U.S. C) The 50 States

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Wrong

Wrong: 

Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $200: 

For $200 Who was the first person to step on the moon? A) Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin B) Neil Armstrong C) John Glenn

For $200: 

For $200 Who was the first person to step on the moon? A) Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin B) Neil Armstrong C)

For $200: 

For $200 Who was the first person to step on the moon? A) Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin B) Neil Armstrong C) John Glenn

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Wrong

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Wrong

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Correct

For $500: 

For $500 What is the name of this Animal? A. Ring-Tailed Possum B. Raccoon C. Lemur

For $500: 

For $500 What is the name of this Animal? A. Ring-Tailed Possum B. C. Lemur

For $500: 

For $500 What is the name of this Animal? A. Ring-Tailed Possum B. Raccoon C. Lemur

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Wrong

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Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $1,000: 

For $1,000 What is name of this historical landmark? A. Trojan Horse B. Sphinx C. King Tut

For $1,000: 

For $1,000 What is name of this historical landmark? A. B. Sphinx C. King Tut

For $1,000: 

For $1,000 What is name of this historical landmark? A. Trojan Horse B. Sphinx C. King Tut

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Wrong

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Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $5,000: 

For $5,000 What is the name of this famous cartoon character? A. Smokey C. Yogi B. BooBoo

For $5,000: 

For $5,000 What is the name of this famous cartoon character? A. C. Yogi B. BooBoo

For $5,000: 

For $5,000 What is the name of this famous cartoon character? A. Smokey C. Yogi B. BooBoo

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Wrong

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Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $10,000: 

For $10,000 What year was Art City Elementary Built? A. 1978 B. 1995 C. 1969

For $10,000: 

For $10,000 What year was Art City Elementary Built? A. 1978 B. C. 1969

For $10,000: 

For $10,000 What year was Art City Elementary Built? A. 1978 B. 1995 C. 1969

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Wrong

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Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $50,000: 

For $50,000 What did the Pioneers use cow pies or buffalo chips for? Food Firewood Frisbees

For $50,000: 

For $50,000 What did the Pioneers use cow pies or buffalo chips for? Food Firewood

For $50,000: 

For $50,000 What did the Pioneers use cow pies or buffalo chips for? Food Firewood Frisbees

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Wrong

Wrong: 

Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $100,000 : 

For $100,000 Name the Planet closest to the Sun? A. Sol B. Mercury C. Venus

For $100,000 : 

For $100,000 Name the Planet closest to the Sun? A. B. Mercury C. Venus

For $100,000 : 

For $100,000 Name the Planet closest to the Sun? A. Sol B. Mercury C. Venus

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Wrong

Wrong: 

Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $250,000: 

For $250,000 What is the name of this Arch? A. South Window Arch B. Sand Dune Arch C. Rainbow Bridge Arch

For $250,000: 

For $250,000 What is the name of this Arch? A. South Window Arch B. C. Rainbow Bridge Arch

For $250,000: 

For $250,000 What is the name of this Arch? A. South Window Arch B. Sand Dune Arch C. Rainbow Bridge Arch

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Wrong

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Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $500,000: 

For $500,000 How big is a rain drop? A. 1/25 inch to 1/4 inch B. 1/1000 inch to 1/3 inch C. 1/100 inch to 1/4 inch

For $500,000: 

For $500,000 How big is a rain drop? A. B. 1/1000 inch to 1/3 inch C. 1/100 inch to 1/4 inch

For $500,000: 

For $500,000 How big is a rain drop? A. 1/25 inch to 1/4 inch B. 1/1000 inch to 1/3 inch C. 1/100 inch to 1/4 inch

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Wrong

Wrong: 

Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

For $1,000,000,000: 

For $1,000,000,000 Who was the Inventor of Coca-Cola? A. Dr. Asa G. Candler B. Dr. John Stith Pemberton C. Dr. Frank M. Robinson

For $1,000,000,000: 

For $1,000,000,000 Who was the Inventor of Coca-Cola? A. Dr. Asa G. Candler B. Dr. John Stith Pemberton C.

For $1,000,000,000: 

For $1,000,000,000 Who was the Inventor of Coca-Cola? A. Dr. Asa G. Candler B. Dr. John Stith Pemberton C. Dr. Frank M. Robinson

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Wrong

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Wrong

Correct: 

Correct

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