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  1. Game #1: Name this Country

  2. Instructions • Each team’s task is to guess the name of a country according a set of clues • Clues will appear one by one, every 15-20 seconds • If a team feels that they know the country, they must hold up the team number sign, and will be asked to name the country • If a team incorrectly names the country, that team loses 10 points, and is eliminated from the round • If a team is the FIRST to correctly name the country, that team gains 10 points, and the round ends

  3. Clues for country #1 • Government system: Unitary presidential republic • Official language: Spanish • Became fully independent in 1830 • Ranks 65th in population and 66th in area • Borders Pacific Ocean to the west • Located in South America • Does not border Brazil • Straddles the equator • Capital: Quito

  4. Answer: Equador

  5. Clues for country #2 • Government system: Unitary semi-presidential republic • Ranks 51st in population and 82nd in area • Independence day: May 9th, 1877 • Member of Warsaw Pact • Borders Black Sea • Borders Serbia and Bulgaria • Current president: TraianBasescu • Capital: Bucharest

  6. Answer: Romania

  7. Clues for country #3 • Anthem: “SayaunThungaPhool Ka” • Location: Southeast Asia • Ruled by Shah dynasty of kings from 1768 to 2008 • Most popular religion: Hinduism • Population: approx. 30 million • Currency: Rupee • Located in Himalayas • Borders China to the north • Borders India to the south, east, and west

  8. Answer: Nepal

  9. Clues for country #4 • 11 official languages • A former colony of the United Kingdom • Official currency: Rand • Most popular language: Afrikaans • Cars drive on left side of the road • Motto: “Unity in Diversity” • Borders Atlantic and Indian oceans • Largest city: Johannesburg • 2nd largest city: Cape Town

  10. Answer: South Africa

  11. Clues for country #5 • No official languages • World’s 13th largest economy • Formed in January 1st, 1901 • National language: English • Borders the Pacific Ocean • Contains six states • Contains a famous opera house • Home of the Koala • Capital: Canberra

  12. Answer: Australia

  13. Clues for country #6 • Gained independance in 1821 • Has roughly 11 million people • Hosted the summer olympic games 3 times • National anthem: Hymn to Liberty • Official currency: Euro • Officially called the Hellenic Republic • President: KarolosPapoulias • Location of Mount Olympus

  14. Answer: Greece

  15. Game #2: Name this price

  16. Instructions • Each team’s task is to correctly identify the price of a particular item • 6 possible choices for the price of each item will be given • Teams must hold up the sign with the letter of their choice to indicate their choice • If a team chooses a price higher than the actual price of the item, that team loses 10 points • Teams that pick the price closest to the actual price gain 10 points

  17. Item #0: Nike UC Berkeley t-shirt

  18. 5 dollars • 10 dollars • 15 dollars • 20 dollars • 25 dollars • 30 dollars

  19. 5 dollars • 10 dollars • 15 dollars • 20 dollars • 25 dollars • 30 dollars Actual price: 17.95 dollars

  20. Item #1: 5-pound (2.268 kg) Ghirardelli Chocolate bar

  21. 10 dollars • 20 dollars • 30 dollars • 50 dollars • 55 dollars • 60 dollars

  22. 10 dollars • 20 dollars • 30 dollars • 50 dollars • 55 dollars • 60 dollars Actual price: 60 dollars

  23. Item #2: UC Berkeley Nike Performance Jacket

  24. 20 dollars • 30 dollars • 50 dollars • 70 dollars • 90 dollars • 100 dollars

  25. 20 dollars • 30 dollars • 50 dollars • 70 dollars • 90 dollars • 100 dollars Actual price: 70 dollars

  26. Item #3: Cost to build Soda Hall in UC Berkeley

  27. 10 million dollars • 20 million dollars • 40 million dollars • 60 million dollars • 80 million dollars • 100 million dollars

  28. 10 million dollars • 20 million dollars • 40 million dollars • 60 million dollars • 80 million dollars • 100 million dollars Actual price: 35 million dollars

  29. Item #4: Most expensive 1-night stay in Hotel Durant, Berkeley

  30. 150 dollars • 180 dollars • 200 dollars • 220 dollars • 230 dollars • 250 dollars

  31. 150 dollars • 180 dollars • 200 dollars • 220 dollars • 230 dollars • 250 dollars Actual price: 240 dollars

  32. Item #5: 30 pieces of dim sum at Good Luck Dim Sum restuarant

  33. 5 dollars • 8 dollars • 10 dollars • 13 dollars • 16 dollars • 19 dollars

  34. 5 dollars • 8 dollars • 10 dollars • 13 dollars • 16 dollars • 19 dollars Actual price: 15 dollars

  35. Item #6: Taxi ride from SFO to Berkeley

  36. 10 dollars • 15 dollars • 25 dollars • 35 dollars • 45 dollars • 55 dollars

  37. 10 dollars • 15 dollars • 25 dollars • 35 dollars • 45 dollars • 55 dollars Actual price: 60 dollars

  38. Item #7: Best seats for SF symphony

  39. 30 dollars • 60 dollars • 90 dollars • 120 dollars • 150 dollars • 180 dollars

  40. 30 dollars • 60 dollars • 90 dollars • 120 dollars • 150 dollars • 180 dollars Actual price: 140 dollars

  41. Item #8: Classic Cable Car Sightseeing Tour in San Francisco

  42. 10 dollars • 20 dollars • 25 dollars • 30 dollars • 35 dollars • 40 dollars

  43. 10 dollars • 20 dollars • 25 dollars • 30 dollars • 35 dollars • 40 dollars Actual price: 28 dollars

  44. Item #9: Tuition and fees for 1 year of UC-San Francisco medical school

  45. 25,000 dollars • 30,000 dollars • 32,000 dollars • 35,000 dollars • 38,000 dollars • 40,000 dollars

  46. 25,000 dollars • 30,000 dollars • 32,000 dollars • 35,000 dollars • 38,000 dollars • 40,000 dollars Actual price: 40,000 dollars

  47. Game #3: The shoe tower