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Top 100 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Questions Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is one of the most popular TV shows world wide. It has different versions in many countries, but the main rules are usually the same. The contestants can get a big cash prize if they give the right answer to a series of questions. There are usually 15 questions who lead to a check of 1 000 000. The contestants can also use three jokers - 1/2 eliminates 2 of the wrong answers, call a friend and help from the public.

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Try to answer our Top 100 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire questions and check your results in the end. All the questions are with top difficulty for the top rewards in the TV show and require lots of knowledge and logical thinking. Select an answer of each question, it will turn green in case it is correct or red if it was wrong. The correct answer will be highlighted in green in any case.

1. Fidel Ramos was a president of which country during the 1990s?

a. Argentina

b. The Philippines

c. Cuba

d. Mexico


2. What is the fastest-flying bird in the world?

a. Albatross

b. Frigatebird

c. Falcon

d. Eagle


3. Who was named 'the greatest athlete of the 20th century' by ESPN?

a. Babe Ruth

b. Muhammad Ali

c. Wayne Gretzky

d. Michael Jordan


4. What was the name of the first internet search engine?

a. Dogpile

b. AltaVista

c. Archie

d. Yahoo


5. How many moons does Jupiter have?

a. 43

b. 14

c. 28

d. 67


6. What martial arts 'combat system' was founded by Bruce Lee?

a. Hoshin Roshi Ryu

b. Taekido

c. Jeet Kun Do

d. Kombato


7. What type of creature is a Dog Face? 

a. Butterfly

b. Beatle

c. Dragonfly

d. Mosquito


8. Which constellation contains the stars Castor and Pollux?

a. Gemini

b. Aries

c. Taurus

d. Pisces


9. Which country does not border Somalia?

a. Kenya

b. Ethiopa

c. Djibouti

d. Tanzania


10. Which planet has the fastest rotation?

a. Mercury

b. Jupiter

c. Venus

d. Saturn


11. Which city in Uganda is not located on or near Lake Victoria?

a. Entebbe

b. Kampala

c. Jinja

d. Gulu


12. Which monoclonal antibody is marketed under the name Xolair?

a. Omalizumab

b. Adalimumab

c. Basiliximab

d. Rituximab


13. In skiing, what does NASTAR stand for?

a. Natural Slope Rating

b. Noted Skiing Resort

c. National Standard Race

d. Northeastern Slalom Report


14. Who invented velcro?

a. Sally Fox

b. Sybilla Masters

c. Charles Macintosh

d. George de Mestral


15. What is Jupiter's largest moon called?

a. Ganymede

b. Callisto

c. Europa

d. Io


16. What is the technical name for the anole lizard family?

a. Scincidae

b. Cordylidae

c. Polychrotidae

d. Liolaemidae


17. Which is not a variety of venomous snakes?

a. Bushmaster

b. Krait

c. King Snake

d. Brown Snake


18. Which family of turtles includes the common painted turtle?

a. Chelidae

b. Trionychidae

c. Emydidae

d. Testudinidae


19. Which term refers to salted herring?

a. Surströmming

b. Soused

c. Kipper

d. Rollmops


20. Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is the fear of what?

a. Infinity

b. Long words

c. Obesity

d. Monsters


21. Ikot Ekpene is a city in which Nigerian state?

a. Gombe

b. Akwa Ibom

c. Edo

d. Bayelsa


22. Which is the fastest moving land snake in the world?

a. Cottonmouth Viper

b. Sidewinder

c. Black Mamba

d. Southern Black Racer


23. The Battle of Cheron was a fictional conflict in what series?

a. Star Trek

b. The Lord of the Rings

c. Babylon 5

d. Transformers


24. What is the name of Xena's mother in the series 'Xena: Warrior Princess'?

a. Gabrielle

b. Serena

c. Cyrene

d. M'Lila


25. The main theme song in the series 'Xena: Warrior Princess' is:

a. Hungarian

b. Jordanian

c. Bulgarian

d. Georgian


26. Where is the volcano Hekla located?

a. Italy

b. Peru

c. Guatemala

d. Iceland


27. Cynophobia is fear of what?

a. Bats

b. Dogs

c. Cats

d. Spiders


28. How long could avocados stay ripe on the trees before they die or need to be harvested?

a. 1

b. 3

c. 5

d. 8


29. What is the maximum number of points someone can achieve on Pac-Man?

a. 6,600

b. 3,333,360

c. 1,000,000

d. 1,324,110


30. What number did basketball player Tim Duncan wear on his jersey?

a. 23

b. 33

c. 32

d. 21


31. Pâté is the French word for what?

a. Paste

b. Blend

c. Liver

d. Couch


32. U Nu was a political leader in what country?

a. China

b. Laos

c. Pakistan

d. Myanmar


33. Who did artist Grant Wood use as the model for the farmer in his classic painting American Gothic?

a. Local sheriff

b. Traveling salesman

c. His butcher

d. His dentist


34. Attila the Hun is also known as Etzel in what German mythological epic?

a. Gotterdammerung

b. Rheingold

c. Volsungasaga

d. Nibelungenlied


35. Which of these is not a Texas Native American tribe?

a. Navajo

b. Osage

c. Comanche

d. Kiowa


36. What is the most abundant element in the universe?

a. Carbon

b. Hydrogen

c. Nitrogen

d. Silicon


37. Which explorer coined the phrase 'New World'?

a. Cortes

b. Vespucci

c. Pizarro

d. Magellan


38. Which of these cetaceans is classified as a 'toothed whale'?

a. Minke whale

b. Humpback whale

c. Sperm whale

d. Gray whale


39. Which is the largest toothed whale?

a. Humpback whale

b. Killer whale

c. Sperm whale

d. Blue whale


40. What is the name of the ship that rescued Titanic passengers hours after the ship went down?

a. The Iberia

b. The Apeninia

c. The Balkania

d. The Carpathia


41. Which space probe became the first satellite to return data about Venus?

a. Mariner 3

b. Mariner 4

c. Mariner 5

d. Mariner 2


42. What was the name given to the object, which was once believed to be a moon of Venus?

a. Himalia

b. Neith

c. Carpo

d. Leda


43. Which holiday marks the beginning of the new Spring year and the end of the harvest in India?

a. Maha Shivratri

b. Rama Navami

c. Vaisakhi

d. Ekadasi


44. How long is New Zealand’s Ninety Mile Beach?

a. 55 miles

b. 90 miles

c. 19 miles

d. 15 miles


45. In which organ do the juxtaglomerular cells secrete the enzyme renin?

a. Liver

b. Pancreas

c. Stomach

d. Kidney


46. In which month of the year is the Earth the closest to the nearest star?

a. September

b. March

c. December

d. July


47. If you were attending Miami University, which U.S. state would you be in?

a. Florida

b. California

c. Georgia

d. Ohio


48. Professor Maathai Wangari won the Nobel Prize for which of these?

a. Economics

b. Medicine

c. Peace

d. Literature


49. What was the first recorded hurricane to reach Category 5 status?

a. Okeechobee

b. Labor Day

c. Dog

d. Cleo


50. Obstetrics is a branch of medicine particularly concerned with what?

a. Heart conditions

b. Old age

c. Childbirth

d. Broken bones


51. An obstetrician specializes in which area?

a. Fractures

b. Transplants

c. Childbirth

d. Plastic Surgery


52. Which country borders Kenya to the East?

a. Ethiopa

b. Sudan

c. Uganda

d. Somalia


53. A martial artist who is a 9th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do is considered what?

a. Boo-Sabum

b. Saseong

c. Sahyun

d. Sabum


54. Which term refers to the sacred Hindu fire god?

a. Agni

b. Brahma

c. Dhara

d. Acyutah


55. Which of the following gods is not associated with fire?

a. Freyr

b. Belenus

c. Svarog

d. Hephaestus


56. Who was the guardian of the south in Hinduism?

a. Yama

b. Indra

c. Varuna

d. Kubera


57. A lithophone is a musical instrument made out of what?

a. Stone

b. Wood

c. Plastic

d. Stainless Steel


58. Which cloud type does not produce precipitation?

a. Stratus

b. Cirrostratus

c. Cirrocumulus

d. Altostratus


59. What instrument is also the name of a type of cumulus cloud?

a. Cello

b. Sitar

c. Tuba

d. Cimbasso


60. What color was the symbol for the Emperor of China?

a. Brown

b. Yellow

c. Red

d. Orange


61. Vermilion and carmine are shades of what color?

a. Green

b. Yellow

c. Red

d. Purple


62. In web design, what is the hex triplet of purple?

a. #000080

b. #225500

c. #660099

d. #808080


63. Which is the highest mountain on the Balkan Peninsula?

a. Vitosha

b. Shar

c. Rila

d. Olympus


64. How many blocks is Jenga played with?

a. 72

b. 60

c. 54

d. 48


65. Which artist painted 'Guernica'?

a. Vermeer

b. Picasso

c. Rembrandt

d. Monet


66. Which artist painted 'The Ambassadors'?

a. Michelangelo

b. Hans Holbein

c. Rembrandt

d. Henri Matisse


67. Which music term refers to a composed imaginary note?

a. Ostinato

b. Arpeggi

c. Pensato

d. Solfege


68. How many pounds of force is one kip equal to?

a. 10,000

b. 1,000

c. 100

d. 10


69. Approximately how many volts is one statvolt equal to?

a. 800

b. 300

c. 500

d. 100


70. How many dynes does one newton of force equal?

a. 100,000

b. 10,000

c. 1,000

d. 100


71. Which year is Greece established?

a. 1864

b. 1964

c. 1821

d. 1921


72. Before independence, what was Bangladesh called?

a. South China

b. East India

c. East Pakistan

d. North India


73. In which country was the largest known T-Rex skeleton found?

a. USA

b. Panama

c. Mexico

d. Canada


74. Which Asian fruit has the nickname 'King of Fruits' and is known for its distinctive smell?

a. Lychee

b. Durian

c. Jackfruit

d. Rambutan


75. What is the most frequently ordered item of food in the USA?

a. Sushi

b. Taco

c. Fried chicken

d. Hamburgers


76. Where was the Hawaiian pizza invented? 

a. Mexico

b. Canada

c. Hawaii

d. Italy


77. Which artist painted Metamorphosis of Narcissus, Lobster Telephone, and Persistence of Memory?

a. Pablo Picasso

b. Juan Miró

c. Monet

d. Salvador Dalí


78. Which age was King Tut when he became the ruler of Egypt?

a. 9

b. 24

c. 18

d. 32


79. For up to how long do cicadas live underground before emerging above ground for just a few weeks?

a. 36 months

b. 2 years

c. 72 days

d. 17 years


80. Which artist painted 'The Tree of Crows' which can be found in The Louvre in Paris?

a. Albrecht Durer

b. Caspar David Friedrich

c. Hans Holbein

d. Guido Reni


81. Who is the author of 'The Jungle Book'?

a. Dodie Smith

b. Rudyard Kipling

c. T.H. White

d. Margery Sharp


82. Who founded the Jesuits, also known as the Society of Jesus?

a. Ignatius de Loyola

b. Thomas Aquinas

c. John Calvin

d. Martin Luther


83. Where was the chicken first domesticated, of these choices?

a. India

b. Peru

c. Zaire

d. France


84. What is the second longest river in South America?

a. Amazon River

b. Parana River

c. Rio Orinoco

d. Xingu River


85. Cochise was a chief of which Native American tribe?

a. Apache

b. Comanche

c. Blackfoot

d. Sioux


86. For which style of painting is Salvador Dali best known?

a. Pointilism

b. Surrealism

c. Abstract

d. Impressionism


87. Which is a name written backward and used as a pseudonym?

a. Backronym

b. Eponym

c. Ananym

d. Apronym


88. Which is the correct spelling for the constituent republic of Uzbekistan?

a. Karakalpakastan

b. Karakalpakstan

c. Karakalpakistan

d. Karikalpakistan


89. Which term refers to the study of saints?

a. Hagiography

b. Tasseography

c. Steganography

d. Uranography


90. What is orography the study of?

a. Mountains

b. Maps

c. Space Objects

d. Minerals


91. What is the medical study of the causation of disease called?

a. Agrology

b. Apiology

c. Aetiology

d. Acarology


92. What is cynology the study of?

a. Bees

b. Ants

c. Plankton

d. Dogs


93. What the study of clouds called?

a. Limnology

b. Dendrology

c. Cereology

d. Nephology


94. Which study is concerned with the diseases of the nose?

a. Rhinology

b. Nosology

c. Desmology

d. Trichology


95. What is xylology the study of?

a. Hair

b. Extraterrestrial Life

c. Music

d. Wood


96. What is the scientific study of beetles called?

a. Myrmecology

b. Coleopterology

c. Chelonology

d. Arachnology


97. What is the term for an inability to resist impulses of stealing?

a. Dipsomania

b. Megalomania

c. Ergomania

d. Kleptomania


98. What part of the body does stomatology study?

a. Feet

b. Mouth

c. Stomach

d. Brain


99. What term refers to a system of management controlled by the least qualified members of a society?

a. Timocracy

b. Kakistocracy

c. Oligarchy

d. Ecclesiocracy


100. What sport does pugilism refer to?

a. Curling

b. Boxing

c. Golf

d. Water Polo


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