Can You Answer 12 Final Jeopardy Questions?

Final Jeopardy is where the best of the best go head to head in a trivia showdown. Do you think you can answer 12 final Jeopardy questions? Take this quiz and put your knowledge to the test!

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The first real conversation recounted in the Bible is in Genesis 3, between these two; it leads to trouble.
God and Adam
Eve and the Serpent
Adam and Eve

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Of the 5 U.S. state capitals that begin with the letter "A", what is the one that is farthest north?
Augusta
Anaheim
Albany

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This Dutch company whose founder made the Red Baron's triplane went bankrupt in 1996.
Boeing
Air Holland
Fokker

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In 1939 this new product was touted as being strong as steel, fine as a spider's web and more elastic than natural fibers.
Nylon
Polyester
Satin

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Alfred Dreyfus was among the thousands who marched through the streets of Paris during this 1902 funeral procession.
Ernest Hemingway
Émile Zola
Viktor Hugo

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It's the only city whose teams won the Super Bowl and the Stanley Cup in the same calendar year.
Detroit
Pittsburgh
Dallas

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This live-action TV show about a family debuted in 1965 and was set in 1997.
Lost in Space
The Jetsons
Futurama

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She won the 1984 Grammy for Best New Artist and in 2013 became the first solo woman to win a Tony Award for Best Score.
Barbra Streisand
Bette Midler
Cyndi Lauper

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One of the top 20, this 1946 film was based on a short story published as 'The Man Who Was Never Born.'
It's A Wonderful Life
Citizen Kane
Casablanca

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This social media company launched in October 2010; in 2012, with about a dozen employees and no revenue, it sold for $1 billion.
Vine
Instagram
Twitter

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These stores first launched in 2001 take in more money per sq. foot than any other U.S. retailer, almost doubling Tiffany's.
Home Depot
Lowes
Apple

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When Galveston was devastated by a hurricane in 1900, she traveled 1,500 miles to head up the relief effort.
Marie Curie
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton

C+, Jeopardy Jazzy

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Well done! Based on the results of this quiz you are Jeopardy jazzy! Okay, so you might not be taking home the title of Jeopardy champion anytime soon, but you still demonstrated a strong aptitude for several final Jeopardy questions. Hey, these questions come at the end of the show for a reason, they're not easy!

B+, Jeopardy Jubilent

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Congratulations, based on the results of this quiz, you are Jeopardy jubilant! While you might never go all the way on actual Jeopardy, you're definitely tops on this quiz. Not only did you know more than half of the final Jeopardy questions presented on this quiz, but we suspect that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to your knowledge.

A+, Jeopardy Ace

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Amazing! Based on the results of this quiz you are a true Jeopardy ace! You could easily beat out two other contestants in a no holds barred round of final Jeopardy. You aced this quiz with the skill and ease of Ken Jennings. We commend you for a final Jeopardy job well done!
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1
The first real conversation recounted in the Bible is in Genesis 3, between these two; it leads to trouble.
God and Adam
Eve and the Serpent
Adam and Eve
2
Of the 5 U.S. state capitals that begin with the letter "A", what is the one that is farthest north?
Augusta
Anaheim
Albany
3
This Dutch company whose founder made the Red Baron's triplane went bankrupt in 1996.
Boeing
Air Holland
Fokker
4
In 1939 this new product was touted as being strong as steel, fine as a spider's web and more elastic than natural fibers.
Nylon
Polyester
Satin
5
Alfred Dreyfus was among the thousands who marched through the streets of Paris during this 1902 funeral procession.
Ernest Hemingway
Émile Zola
Viktor Hugo
6
It's the only city whose teams won the Super Bowl and the Stanley Cup in the same calendar year.
Detroit
Pittsburgh
Dallas
7
This live-action TV show about a family debuted in 1965 and was set in 1997.
Lost in Space
The Jetsons
Futurama
8
She won the 1984 Grammy for Best New Artist and in 2013 became the first solo woman to win a Tony Award for Best Score.
Barbra Streisand
Bette Midler
Cyndi Lauper
9
One of the top 20, this 1946 film was based on a short story published as 'The Man Who Was Never Born.'
It's A Wonderful Life
Citizen Kane
Casablanca
10
This social media company launched in October 2010; in 2012, with about a dozen employees and no revenue, it sold for $1 billion.
Vine
Instagram
Twitter
11
These stores first launched in 2001 take in more money per sq. foot than any other U.S. retailer, almost doubling Tiffany's.
Home Depot
Lowes
Apple
12
When Galveston was devastated by a hurricane in 1900, she traveled 1,500 miles to head up the relief effort.
Marie Curie
Florence Nightingale
Clara Barton

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