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100

In two dimensional Cartesian space, this is the intersection of two lines.

What is a point?

100

Pasta, rice, or bread.  This takes the most time to make out of the three.

What is bread?

100

This color also describes the music from the United States that became the foundation for rock and roll, punk, funk, hip-hop, jazz, bluegrass, and country music.

What is blue/the blues?

100

This many turntables and a microphone.

What is two?

100

Flour and eggs creates the main staple food of this European country.

What is Italy?

100

The word “economics” originally comes from this language.

What is Greek?

100

Scientists and researchers perform this to prove a hypothesis.  

What is an experiment?

200

In three dimensional geometric space, this location is the intersection of two planes.

What is a line?

200

The flour of this grain is used to make noodles in most parts of China.

What is rice?

200

This is the most important river for the expansion of the blues throughout the United States.

What is the Mississippi River?

200

Hip-Hop was born in this US city!

Where is New York?

200

Many people think this country’s native food is about the raw fish, when in actuality, it’s all about the quality of the vinegar rice!

What is Japan?

200

This is the basic fundamental problem in Economics.

What is scarcity?

200

This is the smallest unit of matter.

What is an atom?

300

When describing a line on a two dimensional graph, this describes the distance of the height divided by the distance of the width between two points on that line.

This characteristic is also the same when describing two parallel lines.

What is the slope?

300

Eggs are an important part of most every culture that eats chicken.  This part of the egg is composed mostly of fat!

What is the yellow part or the yolk?

300

When his girlfriend left him, he wrote “The Thrill Is Gone.”  He has also been called “The King of the Blues”!

Who is BB King?

300

MC Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This” used parts of Rick James’ “Superfreak”.  Notorious B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize” used parts of Herb Alpert’s “Rise”.  Each of those borrowed parts are referred to as these.

What is a sample?

300

The western world discovered coffee after the 1683 Battle of Vienna.  The coffee bean originated on this peninsula, the birthplace of Islam.

What is Arabia(n)?

300

In economics, a product’s utility is defined by this idea.  Also, Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones sings that he can’t get none of this!  

What is satisfaction?

300

An atom is comprised of protons (which have a positive charge), electrons (which have a negative charge), and these (which have no charge).

What is a neutron/are neutrons?

400

The slope of the line whose equation is 

           2x - y = 5.

What is 2?

400

Mix 100g of wheat flour and one egg, and you can make one serving of this.

What is pasta?

400

Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, he was adored by many audiences throughout the late 1950s and early 1960s.  During his appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, television producers refused to show him from the waist down because they believed his dancing was inspired by the devil.  He is widely known around the world as “The King of Rock and Roll”.

Who is Elvis (Presley)?

400

Michael Jackson made this dance move popular with his live TV performance of “Billie Jean” in 1983.  This dance move has Michael Jackson moving backward while attempting to go forward.  

What is the moonwalk?

400

The croissant is popularly associated with French cuisine.  However, it was first created in this Central European country in the late 17th century.

What is Austria?

400

In economics, people who act out of their own self-interest are described as acting in this way.

What is rational?

400

This is the first element of the periodic table.  It has the atomic number of 1.

What is hydrogen?

500

In a Cartesian xy axis, two lines with different slopes will eventually do this.

What is intersect?

500

The croissant is made to resemble which of the three main religions of the world.

What is Islam?

500

The youngest of the 5 boys his family, he was the lead singer of the brother group on hits like “ABC,” “I Want You Back,” and “I’ll Be There”!  He later went solo, with worldwide hits such as “Dance with You,” “Don’t Stop (til You Get Enough),” “Billie Jean,” “Beat It,” “Dangerous,” and “Smooth Criminal.”  His unique dancing and singing style have earned him the title as “The King of Pop.”

Who is Michael Jackson?

500

Many have called this white guy the King of Hip Hop.  Dr. Dre introduced him to the world when this guy called himself “Slim Shady.”  Having grown up the roughest neighborhood in Detroit, Michigan, he starred in a movie called  8 Mile, which depicted his upbringing.

Who is Eminem?

500

Starbucks is a highly popular brand of coffee all over the world.  However, Starbucks was created in this northwestern American city?

What is Seattle?

500

The idea that “There is no such thing as a free lunch” explains this important economic concept.

What is opportunity cost?

500

What atoms have, in their nuclei, the same amount of protons, but a different amount of neutrons?

What is an isotope/are isotopes?

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