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"Jeopardy!" Champ Ken Jennings Got These 7 Questions Wrong — Can You Get Them Right?

"Believe it or not, Texan David Pay has written over 300 alphabetic characters on a single grain of this."

Remember Jeopardy! contestant Ken Jennings?

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Sure you do! In 2004 he won a record-setting 74 consecutive games and more than $2.5 million in prize money.

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Well, with the Jeopardy!: The Greatest of All Time tournament upon us, we wanted to see if YOU could answer seven clues that Ken got wrong. All you have to do is pick the correct multiple-choice question.

  1. IF YOU'RE GOING TO DO IT...

    To know the truth of the Matrix, take this color pill:

  2. GREENLAND

    The closest country to Greenland is this one, a mere 16 miles away:

  3. RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT!

    B.I.O.N., Texan David Pay has written over 300 alphabetic characters on a single grain of this:

  4. WOULD YOU LIKE A BEVERAGE?

    In ancient Peru, only certain priestesses were allowed to brew this beverage they considered very sacred:

  5. PRESIDENTS

    Though only 5'7", this Founding Father was called "the Colossus of Independence":

  6. MEASURE FOR MEASURE

    The measure of brightness of a celestial object; the sun's apparent one is over -26:

  7. I HAVE SPOKANE

    Due to the efforts of Spokane resident Sonora Dodd, this holiday was first celebrated there, on June 19, 1910:

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