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Who Wants To Be. A MILLIONAIRE. Ask The Class. Ask The Teacher. Get A Different Question. You Will Get Three Lifelines.

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Who Wants To Be

A MILLIONAIRE


Ask The Class

Ask The Teacher

Get A Different Question

You Will Get Three Lifelines


There will be 13 questions all worth a different amount of money. The more questions you answer in a row the higher your bank will climb. You must go in order. The last question will be worth $250,000.

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Ask The Class

The First Question- $100

Ask The Teacher

What type of charge do electrons have?

Different Question

A. positive

B. negative

C. neutral

D. All of the above


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct.

On To The Next Question


Ask The Class

Question 2- $200

Ask The Teacher

Which one of these is not contained in an atom?

Different Question

A. charges

B. protons

C. neutrons

D. electrons


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct.

On To The Next Question


Question 3- $300

Ask The Class

Ask The Teacher

Electricity travels through a…?

Different Question

A. Frog

B. Quarter

C. Circuit

D. Insulator


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question


Ask The Class

Question 4 - $500

Ask The Teacher

What does an insulator do?

Different Question

A. electricity pass

B. Powers a circuit

C. Stops electricity

D. Increases heat


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question


Ask The Class

Question 5- $1,000

Ask The Teacher

What attracts lightning to the ground?

Different Question

A. trees

B. houses

C. Positive charge

D. Deer


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question


Ask The Class

Question 6- $2,000

Ask The Teacher

What is inside a lightbulb that glows?

Different Question

A. electricity

B. filament

C. protons

D. circuit


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question


Ask The Class

Question 7- $4,000

Ask The Teacher

Ohm’s Law measures what?

Different Question

A. voltage

B. current

C. resistance

D. electricity


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question


Ask The Class

Question 8- $8,000

Ask The Teacher

All matter is made of tiny particles called what?

Different Question

A. Atoms

B. electricity

C. molecules

D. Ohms


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question


Ask The Class

Question 9- $16,000

Ask The Teacher

Water is a good….?

Different Question

A. insulator

B. Conductor

C. circuit

D. drink


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question

You have reached question 10. Be prepared for they now get harder.


Ask The Class

Question 10- $32,000

Ask The Teacher

What do you call the build up of electric charge?

Different Question

A. electricity

B. circuit

C. conductor

D. Static Electricity


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question

Very good but that just means a harder question.


Ask The Class

Question 11- $64,000

Ask The Teacher

Discharge of charge electricity.

Different Question

A. rain

B. Lightning

C. clouds

D. thunder


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question

Wow you are so close. Can you win?


Ask The Class

Question 12- $125,000

Ask The Teacher

Electricity flows with the ______ resistance.

Different Question

A. Most

B. Least

C. best

D. different


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


Congratulations!! That is correct

On To The Next Question

Can you handle the pressure of being only 1 question from the prize?


Ask The Class

Question 13- $250, 000

Ask The Teacher

Other than wet was is another type of battery cell.

Different Question

A. damp

B. humid

C. dry

D. moist


Different Question

What happens when two like charges are near each other?

A. repel

B. attract

C. Fly away

D. It rains


CONGRATULATIONS

  • YOU JUST WON A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS!!!!!!


I am sorry that is not correct.


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