GAME NAME:

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (20)

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Explanation

GENERAL MATH

GENERAL

MATH

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

LIFE SCIENCE

LIFE

SCIENCE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

SCIENCE

SCIENCE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

LITERATURE

LITERA-

TURE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

MUSIC

MUSIC

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

FIND THE SURFACE AREA OF A

RECTANGULAR SOLID THAT

HAS A LENGTH OF 5, A HEIGHT

OF 3 AND A WIDTH OF 2

62

THE TUBE IN HUMANS WHICH

CARRIES FOOD FROM THE

MOUTH TO THE STOMACH

ESOPHAGUS

THE WORD THAT REFERS TO

SPACE THAT CONTAINS NO

MATTER

VACUUM

A BRIEF FOLK TALE TOLD TO

TEACH A MORAL OR LESSON

FABLE

THE AMERICAN COMPOSER

WHO WROTE THE SONG

"WHITE CHRISTMAS"

IRVING BERLIN

HE WAS THE FIRST U.S.

ASTRONAUT TO GO INTO

SPACE

ALAN SHEPARD

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

IF AN ITEM CAN BE PURCHASED

FOR $150.00 WITHOUT TAX,

AND THE TAX RATE IS 5

PERCENT, THIS IS THE TOTAL

COST OF THE ITEM.

$157.50

THE WORD THAT REFERS TO

GROUPS OF SIMILAR CELLS, IN

HUMANS, THAT PERFORM THE

SAME FUNCTION.

TISSUE

THE SYSTEM USED IN

LIBRARIES FOR THE

CLASSIFICATION OF

PUBLICATIONS THAT USES THE

NUMBERS 000 TO 999 TO

COVER THE GENERAL FIELDS

OF KNOWLEDGE

THE DEWEY DECIMAL

SYSTEM

THE LITERARY TERM THAT

REFERS TO THE USE OF A

WORD OR PHRASE THAT

IMITATES OR SUGGESTS THE

SOUND OF WHAT IT DESCRIBES

ONOMATOPOEIA

THE EARLY TWENTIETH

CENTURY AMERICAN

COMPOSER AND BANDMASTER

WHO WAS CALLED THE

"MARCH KING"

JOHN PHILIP SOUSA

THE AMERICAN GENERAL WHO,

IN HIS FAREWELL SPEECH,

QUOTED THE FOLLOWING

PROVERB: "OLD SOLDIERS

NEVER DIE; THEY JUST FADE

AWAY"

GENERAL DOUGLAS

MACARTHUR

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

COMPUTE (5/8 TIMES 1/4) + (1/2

TIMES 3/4)

17/32

A MUSHROOM IS THIS TYPE OF

PLANT LIFE

FUNGUS

HE PROVED THAT A THUNDER

CLOUD GENERATES

ELECTRICITY

BEN FRANKLIN

THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

FRENCH AUTHOR WHO WROTE

"JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF

THE EARTH"

JULES VERNE

HE WROTE THE WORDS TO

THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER

FRANCIS SCOTT KEY

NAME THE TWENTIETH

CENTURY COMEDIAN WHO

WAS FOND OF THE

PROVERBIAL SAYING: "NEVER

GIVE A SUCKER AN EVEN

BREAK."

W. C. FIELDS

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

CHANGE 1589 TO A ROMAN

NUMERAL

MDLXXXIX

THE TRANSFER OF POLLEN

FROM A STAMEN TO THE

PISTOL IN FLOWERS

POLLINATION

THE TWO MOONS OF MARS

PHOBOS AND DEIMOS

THE AUTHOR WHO WROTE THE

NOVEL "CAPTAINS

COURAGEOUS"

RUDYARD KIPLING

THE AUSTRIAN COMPOSER

WHO WAS SOMETIMES

CALLED THE "WALTZ KING"

JOHANN STRAUSS

THE PREFIX IN THE WORD

"BICYCLE" MEANS THIS

TWO

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

MRS. SMITH PURCHASED A

HOME FOR A TOTAL PRICE,

INCLUDING INTEREST OF

$300,000.00. AT NO MONEY

DOWN AND WITH 20 YEARS TO

PAY, FIGURE HER PAYMENT

$1250.00

THE PART OF A PLANT

CONTAINING AN EMBRYO THAT

MAY FORM INTO A NEW PLANT

THE SEED

THE HARDEST OF ALL

MINERALS

DIAMOND

A HUMOROUS FIVE LINE POEM

IN WHICH THREE LONG LINES 1,

2, AND 5 RHYME AND TWO

SHORT LINES, 3 AND 4, RHYME

LIMERICK

MUSIC TERM THAT REFERS TO

THE GROUPING OF BEATS INTO

UNITS OF MEASURE

METER

THE PREFIXES "PERI" AND

"CIRCUM" BOTH MEAN THIS

AROUND

 CATEGORY:   

LIFE SCIENCE  

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THE PART OF A PLANTCONTAINING AN EMBRYO THATMAY FORM INTO A NEW PLANT

 Response:   

SEED

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GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (20)

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

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CATEGORY

Explanation

HISTORY

HISTORY

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

EARTH SCIENCE

EARTH

SCIENCE

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

GRAMMAR

GRAMMAR

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

GOVERNMENT

GOVERN-

MENT

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

ALGEBRA

ALGEBRA

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

GEOGRAPHY

GEO

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THE DICTATOR OF ANCIENT

ROME WHO WAS

ASSASSINATED ON THE IDES

OF MARCH 44 B.C.

JULIUS CAESAR

THE SCIENTIFIC NAME FOR THE

NORTHERN LIGHTS

AURORA BOREALIS

THE OBJECTIVE FORM OF THE

PRONOUN "WHO"

WHOM

THE PROCESS OF EXCHANGING

CRIMINALS OR PERSONS

ACCUSED OF CRIMES FROM

ONE STATE OR NATION TO

ANOTHER

EXTRADITION PROCESS

COMPUTE THE FOLLOWING

WHEN X = 4: 25X + 10 - 6X

86

THE GULF THAT IS AN

EXTENSION OF THE INDIAN

OCEAN LOCATED BETWEEN

ARABIA AND IRAN

THE PERSIAN GULF

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE MAN WHO SERVED AS

PRIME MINISTER OF GREAT

BRITAIN DURING MOST OF THE

SECOND WORLD WAR

WINSTON CHURCHILL

THE SCIENCE TERM THAT

REFERS TO A BREAK IN THE

ROCKS OF THE CRUST OF THE

EARTH

FAULT

THE PHRASE THAT REFERS TO

A PARTICIPLE THAT IS SET IN

THE WRONG PLACE IN A

SENTENCE OR LACKS A WORD

TO MODIFY.

DANGLING PARTICIPLE

THIS SECTION OF ARTICLE I OF

THE U.S. CONSTITUTION DEALS

WITH THE POWERS OF

CONGRESS

SECTION 8

FACTOR THE FOLLOWING

EXPRESSION: 2X SQUARED Y +

14X - 6X SQUARED Z

2X(XY - 3X SQUARED Z

+ 7)

THE SEASONAL WINDS THAT

BRING A WET SEASON DURING

THE SUMMER, TO INDIA, AND

DRY SEASON DURING THE

WINTER

MONSOON WINDS

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

NAME THE FOURTH CENTURY

B.C. RULER AND CONQUEROR

WHO EXTENDED GREEK

CIVILIZATION EAST INTO INDIA

ALEXANDER THE GREAT

THE SCIENTIFIC NAME FOR

CLOUDS THAT ARE OFTEN

CALLED "THUNDERHEADS"

CUMULONIMBUS CLOUDS

THE FIGURE OF SPEECH THAT

USES THE WORDS "LIKE" OR

"AS" TO DIRECTLY COMPARE

TWO SEEMINGLY UNLIKE

THINGS

SIMILE

THIS PHRASE DESCRIBES HOW

THE SETTLEMENT OF

DISPUTES BETWEEN LABOR

AND MANAGEMENT IS DONE

COLLECTIVE

BARGAINING

SOLVE THE FOLLOWING FOR X:

4X - 7 = 13 - 6X

X = 2

THE CITY OF TORONTO IS

LOCATED IN THIS PROVINCE OF

CANADA

ONTARIO PROVINCE

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THE ANCIENT CITY IN THE

MIDDLE EAST WHERE ONE OF

THE SEVEN WONDERS OF THE

ANCIENT WORLD, THE HANGING

GARDENS, WAS LOCATED

BABYLON

THE TYPE OF PRECIPITATION

FORMED WHEN RAIN FALLS

THROUGH A LAYER OF COLD

AIR WHERE THE TEMPERATURE

IS BELOW FREEZING

SLEET OR HAIL

THE REPETITION OF

CONSONANT SOUNDS MOST

OFTEN AT THE BEGINNING OF

WORDS

ALLITERATION

NAME THE FIRST CITY IN THE

U.S. TO DEVELOP THE

COMMISSION FORM OF CITY

GOVERNMENT

GALVESTON, TEXAS

SOLVE THE FOLLOWING FOR X:

15X - 7XY = 75 - 10X - 7XY

X = 3

NAME THE TWO COUNTRIES

LOCATED ON THE ISLAND OF

HISPANIOLA

HAITI AND THE

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

JOHN MARSHALL DISCOVERED

THIS, IN 1848, AT JOHN

SUTTER'S MILL

GOLD

THE LOW PRESSURE CENTER

OF A HURRICANE

EYE

IDENTIFY THE APPOSITIVE IN

THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE:

ANTHONY, OUR NEXT DOOR

NEIGHBOR, HAS A COCKER

SPANIEL.

OUR NEXT DOOR

NEIGHBOR

NAME THE METHOD BY WHICH

CITIZENS, OUTSIDE THE

LEGISLATURE, CAN PROPOSE A

BILL OR AN AMENDMENT TO A

STATE CONSTITUTION

INITIATIVE PETITION

MULTIPLY: (X + 7) TIMES (X - 2)

X SQUARED + 5X - 14

THE CITY THAT IS LOCATED AT

THE CONFLUENCE OF THE

OHIO, THE ALLEGHENY, AND

THE MONONGAHELA RIVERS

PITTSBURGH, PA

 CATEGORY:   

LIFE SCIENCE  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

THE PART OF A PLANTCONTAINING AN EMBRYO THATMAY FORM INTO A NEW PLANT

 Response:   

SEED

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