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Can you win the Million Dollars?

Can you answer these Million Dollar question, which were asked to candidates.
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Last updated: September 20, 2023
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1. In what language was Anne Frank's original diary first published?
A: Dutch
B: English
C: French
D: German
2. Which of the following pieces of currency was the first to use the motto "In God We Trust"?
A: Nickel
B: One dollar bill
C: Two-cent piece
D: Five dollar bill
3. In the children's book series, where is Paddington Bear originally from?
A: India
B: Peru
C: Canada
D: Iceland
4. How many days make up a non-leap year in the Islamic calendar?
A: 365
B: 400
C: 354
D: 376
5. Now used to refer to a cat, the word "tabby" is derived from the name of a district of what world capital?
A: Baghdad
B: New Delhi
C: Cairo
D: Moscow
6. Khrushchev's famous 1960 "shoe-banging" outburst at the U.N. was in response to a delegate from what nation?
A: Australia
B: The Netherlands
C: The Phillippines
D: Turkey
7. Though today it's treated like a treasure, what famous painting was once cut into enlarge a doorway?
A: Detroit Industry
B:The Last Supper
C: Guernica
D: The Birth of Venus
8. "Nephelococcygia" is the practice of doing what?
A: Finding shapes in clouds
B: Sleeping with your eyes open
C: Breaking glass with your voice
D: Swimming in freezing water
9. On the periodic table, there are four different elements named after what?
A: Antoine Lavoisier's pet cat
B: A moon of Neptune
C: Marie Curie's maiden name
D: A Swedish mining village
10. When scientists tested it with an electroencephalogram, which of these food items produced readings similar to a human brain?
A: Wint-O-Green Life Saver
B: SPAM
C: Lime Jell-O
D: Jet-Puffed Marshmallow
3 Comments
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Level 47
Sep 26, 2023
Very interesting and random! Far prefer this over the general knowledge series
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Level 80
Sep 26, 2023
Interesting idea! Nominated.
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Level 37
Oct 18, 2023
The Hindi version of 'Who wants to be a millionare?' is 'Kaun Banega Crorepati'.