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Can you name the answers to the fifteen questions?
Enter an answer in the box below
Correctly named answers will show up below
Answers do not have to be guessed in order
To answer, enter the number of the question and the letter (ex. 13B). To use your Ask the Audience lifeline, enter the code at the end of the question. To "walk away" with the money type walk1, etc.
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Maybe you weren't sure for the final question, but that's okay - $500,000 means that you've done an amazing job!
A quarter of a million dollars is rarely reached; you're obviously very smart! Excellent work!
$125,000 is amazing! You should be proud!
Excellent! $64,000! Great job!
$16,000; great! Congratulations!
Eight questions in a row is pretty nice, and so is $8,000!
That's nearly the halfway mark; $4,000! Good job.
Congratulations, you've won $2,000. That's alright!
Okay, you've left with $500. It's not much, but it's something.
$300 is more than you left with. Congratulations.
$200 is better than $0, I suppose. Congratulations.
Erm, congratulations? You've won $100. But I have the feeling that you just did that for fun.
Nice strategy there. We don't want to risk our winnings, now do we? Congratulations; you've walked with $0.
YES! You've answered all 15 questions and won the million dollars!
Oh no! That's horrible; a $468,000 loss! I'll admit that you have guts, but it didn't help you this time. Still, $32,000 is a nice payday. Good job!
Ooh, a $218,000 loss! But $32,000 is still great, so don't be too disappointed.
$32,000 is an excellent amount of money. Congratulations!
It's alright; you've won $1,000. Congratulations!
Sorry! You've won $0.
$1,000,000: The first-ever web browser, WorldWideWeb, was first released in what year?
A: 1985, B: 1987, C: 1991, D: 1993 (code: internet)
Ask the Audience: A: 16%, B: 20%, C: 28%, D: 36%
$500,000: In the Winter Olympics since 1998, which of these countries has had a different number of total gold medals than the other three?
A: US, B: Germany, C: Canada, D: Norway (code: Olympics)
Ask the Audience: A: 18%, B: 27%, C: 30%, D: 25%
$250,000: Which of these marathons was established first?
A: London Marathon, B: New York City Marathon, C: Chicago Marathon, D: Berlin Marathon (code: race)
Ask the Audience: A: 28%, B: 25%, C: 23%, D: 24%
$125,000: The first artificial satellite, Sputnik I, was launched by the Soviet Union in what year?
A: 1942, B: 1945, C: 1950, D: 1957 (code: science)
Ask the Audience: A: 11%, B: 18%, C: 28%, D: 33%
$64,000: Which of these was one of the plagues of Egypt?
A: Earthquake, B: Rain, C: Tornado, D: Hail (code: weather)
Ask the Audience: A: 15%, B: 21%, C: 30%, D: 34%
$32,000: The operating system Windows Vista originally had what codename?
A: Vienna, B: Emerald, C: Lone Star, D: Longhorn (code: computers)
Ask the Audience: A: 31%, B: 24%, C: 13%, D: 32%
You shouldn't walk on this question; it's a free guess and you can't lose anything here no matter what.
$16,000: The widely unpopular beverage 'New Coke' was introduced in what year?
A: 1979, B: 1980, C: 1985, D: 1989 (code: beverage)
Ask the Audience: A: 12%, B: 22%, C: 38%, D: 28%
$8,000: A gigayear, or Gyr, is equal to how many years?
A: One thousand, B: One million, C: One billion, D: One trillion (code: time)
Ask the Audience: A: 10%, B: 29%, C: 43%, D: 18%
$4,000: Which of these items was not chosen for the state quarter design for Wisconsin?
A: Cow, B: Ear of corn, C: Pioneer trapper, D: Cheese wheel (code: coins)
Ask the Audience: A: 14%, B: 28%, C: 50%, D: 8%
$2,000: The design on a standard soccer ball consists of black pentagons and white what?
A: Hexagons, B: Pentagons, C: Heptagons, D: Diamonds (code: sports)
Ask the Audience: A: 64%, B: 18%, C: 4%, 14%
No use walking on this question; it's a free guess. Take an answer!
$1,000: 'Ad infinitum' is a Latin phrase meaning what?
A: Why bother, B: Don't speak, C: To infinity, D: Endless commercials (code: latin)
Ask the Audience: A: 0%, B: 0%, C: 100%, D: 0%
$500: Which of these chat acronyms would not indicate laughter?
A: LOL, B: ROFL, C: LMAO, D: TTYL (code: language)
Ask the Audience: A: 0%, B: 4%, C: 3%, D: 93%
$300: Tiger Woods is a professional in what sport?
A: Golf, B: Billiards, C: Basketball, D: Sex (code: tiger)
Ask the Audience: A: 89%, B: 8%, C: 3%, D: 0%
$200: The Apollo program is famous for being the first to land humans on what celestial body?
A: The Moon, B: The Sun, C: Mars, D: The merry old land of Oz (code: space)
Ask the Audience: A: 100%, B: 0%, C: 0%, D: 0%
$100: What is the name for a child's mother's mother's mother?
A: Grandmother, B: Great-grandmother, C: Great-aunt, D: Old hag (code: family)
Ask the Audience: A: 2%, B: 98%, C: 0%, D: 0%
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Jul 20th, 2010 at 00:28 GMT
Jul 20th, 2010 at 00:31 GMT
Did you read the directions? It works fine for me. Make sure that your answers are in the format of 1A, 2A, 3A, etc.
Jul 20th, 2010 at 00:53 GMT
doesnt work either
Jul 20th, 2010 at 01:01 GMT
What exactly doesn't work? I can explain what to do if you can't use a specific function, because everything seems to be working perfectly for me.
Jul 20th, 2010 at 13:03 GMT
They're referring to this: when you start, the yellow column says "play." However, the answers and next question still appear, but with the previous answer still in the column across from the next question until you move on. It really doesn't bother me; Sporcle isn't perfect so nice game.
Jul 20th, 2010 at 13:19 GMT
this quiz bites
Jul 20th, 2010 at 13:28 GMT
@GeorgiaPeach: I see. This is just how I chose to cause the bonus answers to appear, and that's why it shows up that way.
Jul 20th, 2010 at 15:59 GMT
how do you build this?
Jul 20th, 2010 at 20:42 GMT
Every question is a bonus answer which appears when the answer to the previous question is guessed correctly. All wrong guesses are taken as alternate answers for the answer that is not bonus (which is completely blank until it shows up as "Finish").
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