The classic TV show "Who Wants to Be A Millionaire?" featured a wide range of questions that tested a contestant's knowledge on science, languages, math, history and more. Today, we're putting you in the hot seat of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" with this 35-question quiz!
Let's start with a few basic warm-ups to get you ready for this quiz. Do you know what the largest external organ is in the body? External organs are organs that can be seen on the outside of your body (so organs like the heart, brain and liver don't count in this context). The answer to this question is your skin, since it covers your entire body.
Here's another question: Do you know where a shrimp's heart is located? It's not located on the chest area, like a human being. It's actually located in a shrimp's head, otherwise known as the "thorax."
This quiz will also look at famous inventors, physicists, astronomers and painters. For example, do you know who painted the famous painting "The Scream?" It was actually Edvard Munch!
So without further ado, let's get started on this fun variation of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" to see if you can score 100%!
The black mamba is one of the most dangerous snakes in the world. It has the scientific name "Dendroaspis polylepis."
The liver is the largest internal organ in the human body. It also helps with breaking down various types of blood cells.
Your skin is the largest external organ. Your skin also has a variety of functions, such as keeping you warm and protecting you from disease and bad bacteria.
Polypodium is not on the periodic table of elements. It's actually a species of fern plants.
"To be cautious when it comes to risk-taking" is the correct definition of "circumspect." This word also has Latin origins.
a²+b²=c² is the correct formula for the Pythagorean Theorem. The formula is used to find missing sides of a right triangle.
Enrico Fermi was a physicist who created the Chicago Pile-1, which was the first nuclear reactor in the world. He also won many awards for his work, including the Nobel Prize.
Alexander Hamilton was not part of the Sons of Liberty during the Boston Tea Party. He was the first US Secretary of the Treasury.
Lily of the valley is a very poisonous flower that can cause a number of harmful ailments. The rest of the answers in the list are actually edible flowers!
A shrimp's heart is actually located in its head! Specifically, the heart is on the "thorax" of a shrimp.
Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh, who was an astronomer. He also contributed to the astronomy field by identifying various types of asteroids.
The primary colors of the color wheel are blue, red and yellow. Green is a secondary color, along with violet and orange.
Jackson Pollock is best known for his work in abstract expressionism. His specialty was called "drip painting," and his work can be seen in the Museum of Modern Art.
Edvard Munch created "The Scream" painting in 1893. Munch was a Norwegian artist who excelled in Expressionism.
Otto Frederick Rohwedder invented the machine that creates sliced bread. This was officially created in 1928.
Although China has the highest population, Russia is the largest country in terms of land mass. Its size clocks in at just over 17 million square kilometers!
Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland, as well as the largest city in the country. Its current population is 122,853.
Despite its name, the Hundred Years' War didn't last 100 years, but actually 116 years. The battle was between France and England.
James Buchanan was the 15th president of the United States. He was in office from 1857 to 1861.
The hryvnia is the official currency of the Ukraine. In fact, 1 Ukrainian hryvnia is equivalent to 0.036 USD.
Pierre is the capital of South Dakota. Pierre is known for a variety of landmarks, including the Oahe Dam and the South Dakota State Historical Society.
Rutabagas are a root vegetable. Believe it or not, peppers are actually considered to be a fruit since it contains seeds.
Hollandaise is a popular sauce that makes eggs benedict rich and creamy, and is one of five mother sauces in French cuisine. Other mother sauces include Espagnole and Velouté.
Florida was not one of the original 13 colonies. Other "original" colonies include Delaware, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Lake Toronto is not a lake at all, but Lake Ontario is, as well as Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. The other two Great Lakes are Lake Erie and Lake Superior.
A caffè macchiato has Italian origins and translates to "coffee with stains" in English. It's made by pouring a thin layer of foamed milk over the top of espresso.
While we refer to very large numbers as million, billion and trillion, there are in fact, even bigger numbers that exist! An undecillion is one of them, which has 36 zeroes after the 1.
The Chiefs lost against the Packers in the very first Super Bowl. The score was 35-10.
The sclera is the white outer part of your eyes. The sclera can also change in color, such as yellow or blue, which could indicate an underlying disease or infection.
China was not part of the Axis Powers during World War II; it was part of the Allied Powers. Other allied powers included the United States, France, Great Britain and the Soviet Union.
Samuel Dexter did not sign the Declaration of Independence. He was the third Secretary of Treasury of the United States.
Thomas Paine wrote "Common Sense" between 1775 and 1776. The pamphlet aimed to create the democratic republic and to gain American independence from England.
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was Walt Disney's first movie. It was released in 1937, and was later followed up with "Pinocchio," "Fantasia" and "Dumbo."
The Capuchin Monastery Catacombs are not one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. They are located in Italy, and are home to the "sleeping beauty," Rosalia Lombardo.
Tic-Tac-Toe is featured in the film "WarGames." This film came out in 1983 and starred Matthew Broderick and Dabney Coleman.