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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 4:50 pm 
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Genevieve Wulf
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Whiz Kids Week

$500 :
Which of the following does NOT appear on the Huffington Post's recent list of "10 Superfoods Healthier Than Kale"?
A: Watercress B: Glazed doughnuts
C: Spinach D: Parsley


[Reveal] Spoiler:
Genevieve ruled out that it could be B and said it could be any of A, C, D.
Chris had her re-read, which does NOT appear.
Genevieve said she misread the question and then answered correctly.
Afterwards Chris said "That's going around today, what's going on?"


B: Glazed doughnuts



$1000 :
While Louis XIV was known as "The Sun King," all of these were nicknames of later French kings named Louis, except for which?
A: The Well-Beloved B: The Restorer of French Liberty
C: The Desired D: Skeeter

[Reveal] Spoiler:
D: Skeeter



$2000 :
It's "Millionaire Math" Time! Jane Austin novel heroine + building material used for a prehistoric UK monolith = what A-list actress?
A: Pride Cement B: Sensibility Brick
C: Emma Stone D: Mansfield Styrofoam

[Reveal] Spoiler:
C: Emma Stone



Second break

$3000 :
What worldwide campaign encourages students to spend a little time studying HTML, CSS and SQL, among other related topics?
A: European History Week B: Biology Day
C: Hour of Code D: 15 Minutes of Money Sense

[Reveal] Spoiler:
C: Hour of Code



$5000 :
Of all the letters that make up the numbers on a standard Roman numerical clock face, which letter appears the most times?
A: I B: V
C: X D: L

[Reveal] Spoiler:
A: I



$7000 :
Feat. the names of three U.S. states that all border each other, which of these are the three red avenues on the classic Monopoly game board?
A: Tennessee, Missouri & Wisconsin Ave. B: Kentucky, Indiana & Illinois Ave.
C: Pennsylvania, New York & New Hampshire Ave. D: North Carolina, Virginia & Delaware Ave.

[Reveal] Spoiler: 50/50
B or D


[Reveal] Spoiler:
B: Kentucky, Indiana & Illinois Ave.


Third break

QotD
While once required at many American colleges, Cornell is now one of the few that still makes students pass a test in what to graduate?
A: Cooking B: Typing
C: Etiquette D: Swimming

[Reveal] Spoiler:
D: Swimming



$10K :
Erebus, Llullaillaco, Grimsvotn, Wrangell and Fuego are all names of what?
A: Moons of Jupiter B: Active volcanoes
C: Famous villains in literature D: Norse gods

[Reveal] Spoiler:
special lifeline "Cut the Question" used, this replaces it with a different question for the same value


[Reveal] Spoiler:
B: Active volcanoes



Replacement $10K :
If something is operated "pneumatically," by definition what causes it to move?
A: Gravity B: Propane
C: Compressed air D: Horses


[Reveal] Spoiler:
C: Compressed air



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7K: Pretty sure its B from geo, not Monopoly knowledge.


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Genevieve Wulf
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