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**Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Adapted from TCEA 2002**

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? - Created by Lora O’Neill 2/6/2006, Graphics from Microsoft Clips Online Music from freeplaymusic.com Adapted from TCEA 2002 How to setup the game: Use the outline tab to fill in your questions. Questions should have 4 answers, not necessarily all realistic. How to play the game: When the question slide comes up it will bring up the questions and answer choices. Click on the answer students choose. It will ask if this is your final answer. If you click on yes, the answer will be revealed. If you click on no, it will laugh. Lifelines: There are 3 lifelines: phone a friend, poll the audience, and 50 / 50. Depending how you have your game setup with your students you can play these different ways. If you click on the icon for one of these 3 it will take you to a new slide. Phone a friend could be they can ask one person to help them. With Poll the audience, have the class to vote on the answer. 50 / 50 the teacher can tell them which 2 are not answers. Click on the U shaped arrow and it will return you to the question.

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 24 and 36? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 12 24 36 6

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 82 and 41? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 1 8 41

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 77 and 70? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 10 12 7 14

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 66 and 99? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 3 33 66 9

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 21 and 28? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 1 7 14 21

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 45 and 80? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 10 12 15 5

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 121 and 33? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 11 7 33 6

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 81 and 27? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 3 27 9 81

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 60 and 105? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 10 5 15 20

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 88 and 32? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 11 4 32 8

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**Is this your Final Answer?**

What is the GCF of 59 and 42? Is this your Final Answer? Yes No 13 17 1 5

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Poll the audience A B C D ? D A B C ? ? ?

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Phone a friend

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50 / 50

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Created by Lora O’Neill 2/6/ Music from freeplaymusic.com Graphics from Microsoft Clips Online Adapted from TCEA

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