Ellen makes Billionaire Bill Gates guess grocery prices

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It showed as the billionaire missed four out of the five products.

Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates failed miserably at guessing the price of common grocery items in a quiz game on "Ellen" Wednesday. "We're going to test your knowledge of some everyday items that you get at the supermarket", DeGeneres said to Gates.

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For what it's worth, Gates couldn't even recall the last time he stepped foot in a grocery store, but his performance is less than stellar.

In classic Gates fashion, the 62-year-old billionaire downplayed his wealth, noting that "I just loved doing software" and "I was stunned when it ended up being so valuable". He guessed a box of Rice-A-Roni cost $5-which every former college student knows is $4 too much to pay for boxed rice.

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He was way off on a package of Tide Pods, guessing $4, and the crowed audibly guffawed.

Billionaire Bill Gates would probably be great on a show where he guessed the prices of real estate and yachts. He then changed his guess to $15 and then $8 (it costs $8.98).

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"It's expensive to do laundry", DeGeneres informed him.

His funniest flub? Trying to figure out how much pizza rolls cost. The actual cost was $3.78. DeGeneres said any guess within $1 is considered correct.

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That's Bill Gates up there, thinking that a cheese dip costs $10. He and his wife Melinda have committed to give more than half of their $84 billion fortune away during their lifetimes.