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Brainery Jeopardy Template

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Physical Challenge
Global Affairs and Politics
History
Pop Culture
Science
Balloon on a Stick
How many bowling pins are there in a full rack of pins?
a.9
b.10
c.12
d.14
b. 10 pins
This man was the preeminent leader of Indian independence movement in British-ruled India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, he led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world.

a. Martin Luther King
b. Mahatma Ghandi
c. Narendra Modi
d. Nelson Mandela
b. Mahatma Gandhi
Who is this man?

a. Rob Kardashian
b. Diplo
c. Usher
d. Skrillex
d. Skrillex
Which of the following is used in pencils?

a. Charcoal
b. Silicone
c. Graphite
d. Magnesium

a. Graphite
Crabwalk Challenge
Fluffy Bunny
Answer to 6-4
Flip Cup
In baseball how many ways can a player reach first base with out getting a base hit?
a. 5
b. 0
c. 7
d. 8


Beginning in 1845 and lasting for six years, the _____ famine killed over a million men, women and children in Ireland and caused another million to flee the country.

a. The Carrot Famine
b. The Bread Famine
c. The Potatoe Famine
d. The Corn Famine
c. The Potatoe Famine
This was the second president in the history of the US to resign before impeachment from office due to a sex scandal involving a White House employee named Monica Lewinsky

a. Andrew Johnson
b. Herbert Hoover
c. Bill Clinton
d. Ronald Regan
c. Bill Clinton
c. Miley Cyrus
How many minutes in a NFL game?
a. 60 minutes
b. 120 minutes
c. 45 minutes
d. 130 minutes
Benjamin Netayahu is the current Israeli Prime Minister and is known to many by his nickname as "____"
a. Benji
b. Bibi
c. Ben
d. Dick
Of these Founding Fathers which one of them composed the original draft of the Declaration of Independence
a. John Adams
b. Thomas Jefferson
c. James Madison
d. George Washington
B. Thomas Jefferson
What was the last name of the main characters in the Cosby Show which ran from 1984-1992?

a. The Martinez Family
b. The Huxtable Family
c. The Smith Family
d. The Jones Family
What is the most abundant element in Earth's atmosphere?

a. Oxygen
b. Carbon
c. Hydrogen
d. Nitrogen
d. Philadelphia
a. Kiev
"A day that will live in infamy" is the description that President Franklin D. Roosevelt labeled the Empire of Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. What was is the date of this day?
a. December 8, 1941
b. April 7, 1941
c. September 11, 1941
d. April 9, 1941
Who is hosting the 2015 Academy Awards?

a. Jon Stewart
b. Tina Fey
c. Seth Myers
d. Neil Harris
d. Neil Harris
What book about international relations is also used as a guide in the realm of business
a. "Love is a Many Splendored thing"
b. "Contacts and Superficial goals"
c. "Torah! Torah! Torah!"
d. "The Art of War"
d. "The Art of War"
This president was the first democratic president in American history and is known for his rambunctious, stubborn character that mainly contributed to the party's insignia, the donkey.

a. Abraham Lincoln
b. James Buchanan
c. Andrew Jackson
d. Franklin D. Roosevelt
c. Andrew Jackson
The birth of the World Wide Web is an information system of interlinked hypertext documents that are accessed via the Internet and built on top of the Domain Name System. Who invented the World Wide Web?

a. Mark Zuckerberg
b. Nikolai Tesla
c. Robert Cailliau
d. Eli Whitney
c. Robert Cailliau
Brainery
Testing your mental competence one question at a time
Brainery is a game show targeted for the competitive college bound/attending student
Play to win a
BRIGHTER
future
Full ride scholarships and generous loans available from participating endorsed partners for top prize winners
Other prizes from endorsed partners available
What is Brainery?
Game Guide
Which artist hosted their "Bangerz" music tour in 2014?

a. Lady Gaga
b. Selena Gomez
c. Miley Cyrus
d. Rihanna
Sports
Order of Operations:
1.
Spin
for a category
2.
Pick
a question
*
Enlist
the help of a lifeline if needed
3.
Answer
the question correctly to gain Smart Cash, answer incorrectly and lose the amount chosen


Rules:
1. 3 teams of 3
2. 5 games to win top prize
3. Questions 200-600$ = individual question (10s)
800-1000$ = group effort (15s)
4. Lifelines ($100 Smart Cash each)
50/50: eliminates 2 wrong answers to give you a 50/50 chance to answer the question (1x)
Call on audience (1x)
Call a friend: (1x)
Physical

*Find us on
Lets Begin!
d. Nitrogen
NSAIS class drugs refers to what type of pharmaceuticals?

a. Anti-diuretics
b. Pain killers
c. Blood thinners
d. Biopharmaceuticals
B. Pain Killers
Business Concept
$15,000 to start
Prizes inclue
endorsements from participating companies and colleges
donations that are tax deductable
2 step game participant application process
1. Colleges submit teams
2. Brainery picks and confirms applicants
Participating colleges sign a contract agreeing to specific prizes
Who did not get the Nobel Peace prize for their work on DNA?

a. Francis Crick
b. James Watson
c. Erwin Chargaff
d. Rosilin Franklin
Ping Pong Challenge
C. 7
a.) 60 minutes
What U.S professional sports team has been in the same city with the same name for the longest period of time?
a. Dallas Cowboys
b. Green Bay Packers
c. Denver Broncos
d. Philadelphia Phillies
Which two NFL teams are tied for most fumbles in a season?
a. N.Y. Giants and N.Y. Jets
b. N.Y. Giants and San Francisco
c. Minnesota and San Francisco
d. Seattle and Minnesota
c. Minnesota and San Francisco

How many original American colonies united against Great Britain in the Revolutionary War?
a. 12
b. 14
c. 10
d.13
d. 13
b. Huxtable Family
d. Rosalin Franklin
Which field of chemistry would study chemicals such as 2-(4- isobutylphenyl) propanoic acid?

a. Analytical Chemistry
b. Organic Chemistry
c. Inorganic Chemistry
d. General Chemistry
b. Organic Chemistry

b. April 7, 1941
b. Bibi
This peninsula has just been invaded and annexed by the Russian Federation under the guise of protecting pro-Russian Ukrainians and separatists. What is the name of the peninsula?

a. Crimea
b. Volgograd
c. St. Petersburg
d. Kiev
d. "The Art of War"
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