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Round 1
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Final
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Lang.
History
Geo-
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Arts
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Final
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Menu
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Round 2
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In the novel, Johnny Tremain’s
hand is badly burned by a bowl of
molten what?
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silver
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What story concerns a young
man, who, on his way to India,
was shipwrecked in a storm,
pulled to a desert island by a big
untamed horse, rescued by a
passing freighter, and later taken
to victory on the back of that
horse in a race?
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The Black Stallion
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In what line of work are these
fictional characters?
Billy Bones
Jack Sparrow
Captain Blood
Long John Silver
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piracy
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According to science fiction
principles, what must protect its
own existence as long as such
protection does not conflict with
the First or Second Law?
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robot
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Originally known as Smeagol, a
character in “The Hobbit,” was
given what other name because
of his habit of making “a horrible
swallowing noise in his throat”?
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Gollum
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What are the two possible
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“she”ll”?
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she will, she shall
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How many words must be
capitalized in this song title?
on the banks of the wabash, far
away
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5
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“pro” is to argue for as what term
is to argue against?
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con
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What part of speech is
unnecessarily used in each of
these examples?
Where did you get this at?
Take your shoes off of the bed.
Where did she go to?
They will go later on.
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preposition
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What form of wordplay is
illustrated in these examples?
ELF FARM RAFFLE
DIAPER SIN IS REPAID
SAME NICE CINEMAS
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palindrome
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In 1780, what American traitor
provided the British officer, John
Andre, with civilian clothes and a
passport, along with documents
showing how the British army
could take the fort at West Point.
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Benedict Arnold
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Franklin Roosevelt’s “day of
infamy” occurred in what month?
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December
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In a region, first explored by the
Franciscan friars Dominguez and
Escalante, Jim Bridger later
discovered what huge, shallow,
saline lake?
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Great Salt Lake
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The name for what 4000-mile road
comes from the lucrative trade
alone its length of what fine
Chinese fiber derived from the
cocoons of certain insect larvae?
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Silk Road
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What Italian navigator was the
first to identify the New World of
North and South America as
being distinct from Asia?
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Amerigo Vespucci
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In what state are all or part of
Glacier and Yellowstone national
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Montana
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Many tens of thousands of
people in what country were
killed by these earthquakes?
Messina in 1908, the Calambrian
earthquakes of 1783, Sicily in
1693, Naples in 1455
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Italy
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What is the nationality of most
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Pretoria?
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South African
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The Tagus River pretty much
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Iberian Peninsula?
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Portugal
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What abbreviation is next in this
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NNE, ENE, ESE, SSE, SSW . . .
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WSW
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Round 2
Math
Science
Fine
Arts
Gen.
Tie
Round 1
Know.
100
100
100
100
T.B.1
Final
Jeopardy
200
200
200
200
T.B.2
Menu
300
300
300
300
T.B.3
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400
400
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500
500
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What mathematical property is
illustrated by this pair of
equations?
(9+3)+5 = 17
9+(3+5) = 17
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associative property (of addition)
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If two pineapples cost $1.20 and
two bananas cost 88 cents, what
is the cost of fifteen pineapples
and twelve bananas?
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$14.28
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In lowest terms, what is the ratio
of fifty pounds to one ton?
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1 to 40
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What early explorer is associated
with the year, MCDXCII
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Christopher Columbus
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Convert the number of states on
the U.S. flag into a binary
number.
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110010
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Name the system used to guide
aircraft without assistance from a
pilot.
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autopilot
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What is the name for the ordered,
three-dimensional patterns that
characterizes such substances
as pyrite, table salt, quartz,
snowflakes, gypsum, hoarfrost,
and amethyst?
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Crystals (or lattice)
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What is the most effective
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Wolves (grey wolves)
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What is the opposing muscle to
the biceps?
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triceps
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What is the name for scientists
who study fish?
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ichthyologists
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The term “crescendo” means a
gradual increase in what?
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Loudness (volume, intensity)
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These lyrics are associated with
what kind of dance?
Ace of diamonds, jack of spades,
/ Meet your partner and all
promenade. / All join hands and
circle wide./ Spread right out like
an old cow hide.
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Square dance
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What is the highest political
office to which the architect of
Monticello was elected?
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U. S. president
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Since Schubert’s “Symphony No.
8,” Borodin’s “Symphony No. 39”
and Mahler’s “Symphony No. 10”
were never completed, they are
all classified as what kind of
symphonies?
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Unfinished symphonies
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What is the third note of the
diatonic sol-fa scale?
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mi
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What is another term for
pertussis, a kind of cough with a
name reminiscent of an
endangered, large, long-legged
bird?
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Whooping cough
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Name the traditional healers
among Native Americans.
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Medicine men (shaman )
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”AWOL” means that a soldier is
absent from his or her station
without permission. What similar
offense involves students?
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truancy
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What homonym for someone who
is under legal age sounds like the
occupation of someone who
works to extract ore from the
earth?
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minor
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In 1768 after the British
Parliament began taxing the
American colonists for items like
paper, paint, and tea, colonists in
New York and Boston took what
kind of organized action by not
buying British goods?
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boycott
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The highest temperature ever
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14.6 degrees Celsius?
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Antarctica
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Along what river did Brownsville,
El Paso, Del Rio, and Laredo,
Texas develop?
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Rio Grande
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Name the meridian that is half a
world away from the prime
meridian.
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International Date Line
(180 degrees longitude)
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