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Opening Screen Math Jeopardy Press F5 to start game.

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Question Board Math Jeopardy Relations and Functions Relation and Functions Function Rules Rate of Change Slope Forms 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5

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**1 Point A set of ordered pairs Back to Answer Gameboard 1-1Q**

Answer slide immediately follows each question slide. Click on question mark to go to answer. Back to Gameboard Answer

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**1 Point What is a relation? Back to Back to Gameboard Problem 1-1A**

Clicking left box at bottom returns to game board. Clicking right box returns to question. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**2 Points The set of first coordinates Of a set of ordered pairs**

1-2Q The set of first coordinates Of a set of ordered pairs Back to Gameboard Answer

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2 Points 1-2A What is the domain? Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**3 Points The set of second coordinates Of a set of ordered pairs**

1-3Q The set of second coordinates Of a set of ordered pairs Back to Gameboard Answer

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3 Points 1-3A What is the range? Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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4 Points 1-4Q A relation that assigns exactly one value in the range to each value in the domain Back to Gameboard Answer

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4 Points 1-4A What is a function? Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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5 Points 1-5Q In a function, the domain is the set of _______values, and the range is the set of _______values Back to Gameboard Answer

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**5 Points What is the input and the output? Back to Back to Gameboard**

Problem

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**Find the range when the domain is**

1 Point 2-1Q Find the range when the domain is {-2,0,5} for the equation y = -4x Back to Gameboard Answer

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1 Point 2-1A What is {-20, 0, 8}? Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**Use a mapping to determine if the**

2 Points 2-2Q Use a mapping to determine if the relation is a function {(3,7) (3,8) (3, -2) (3,4) (3,1) Back to Gameboard Answer

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2 Points 2-2A no Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**3 Points Back to Answer Gameboard Evaluate the function y = 3x + 2**

2-3Q Evaluate the function y = 3x + 2 for x = -3 Back to Gameboard Answer

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3 Points 2-3A -7 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**can the graph of a function be a horizontal line?**

4 Points 2-4Q can the graph of a function be a horizontal line? Back to Gameboard Answer

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4 Points 2-4A yes Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**Can the graph of a function**

5 Points 2-5Q Can the graph of a function be a vertical line? Back to Gameboard Answer

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5 Points 2-5A YES Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**1 Point The inputs are values of the ____________ variable. Back to**

3-1Q The inputs are values of the ____________ variable. Back to Gameboard Answer

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1 Point 3-1A independent Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**2 Points In the equation y = 2x -7, if the**

input is 4, what is the output? Back to Gameboard Answer

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2 Points 3-2A 1 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**The outputs are values of the**

3 Points 3-3Q The outputs are values of the __________ variable. Back to Gameboard Answer

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3 points 3-3A dependent Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**models the water –saving shower head.**

4 Points 3-4Q The equation w = 6m models the gallons of water w used by a standard shower head for a shower that takes m minutes. The function w = 3m models the water –saving shower head. Suppose you take a 6-minute shower using a water-saving shower head. How much water do you save compared to an average shower with a standard shower head? DAILY DOUBLE Back to Gameboard Answer

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4 Points 3-4A 18 gallons Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**Which equation matches the graph?**

5 points 3-5Q Which equation matches the graph? A. y = 2x B. y = ½ x C. y = x D. y = x - 2 Back to Gameboard Answer

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5 points 3-5A B Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**The independent variable is plotted on the _____________ axis.**

1 Point 4-1Q The independent variable is plotted on the _____________ axis. Back to Gameboard Answer

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1 Point 4-1A horizontal or x-axis Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**What is the horizontal rate of change from**

2 Points 4-2Q What is the horizontal rate of change from B to C? DAILY DOUBLE Back to Gameboard Answer

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2 points 4-2A 30 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**3 Points Back to Answer Gameboard What does the rate of change**

4-3Q What does the rate of change represent in the table? Back to Gameboard Answer

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**3 Points Back to Back to Gameboard Problem It costs $15 for each**

day a computer is rented. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**4 points Back to Answer Gameboard What is the rate of change for each**

4-4Q What is the rate of change for each interval? Back to Gameboard Answer

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4 Points 4-4A 3 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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5 Points 4-5Q ? RATE OF CHANGE = ? Back to Gameboard Answer

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5 Points 4-5A Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**1 Point Slope is represented by the _______change divided by**

5-1Q Slope is represented by the _______change divided by the __________ change. Back to Gameboard Answer

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1 Point 5-1A vertical/ horizontal Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**What is the slope of the line?**

2 Points 5-2Q x y -1 9 7 5 3 1 What is the slope of the line? Back to Gameboard Answer

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2 Points 5-2A 1 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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3 Points 5-3Q This line has a slope of 0. Back to Gameboard Answer

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3 Points 5-3A horizontal Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**This line has an undefined slope**

5-4Q 4 Points This line has an undefined slope Back to Gameboard Answer

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4 Points 5-4A vertical Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**5 Points Given 2 points: (2, -4) and (-5, 8), find the slope. Back to**

5-5Q Given 2 points: (2, -4) and (-5, 8), find the slope. Back to Gameboard Answer

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5 Points 5-5A -12/7 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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1 Point 6-1Q y = mx + b is known as ? Back to Gameboard Answer

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1 point 6-1A slope intercept form Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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2 Points 6-2Q Ax + By = C is known as ? Back to Gameboard Answer

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2 Points 6-2A standard form Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**3 Points in y = mx + b m stands for ? and b stands for ? STEAL Back to**

6-3Q in y = mx + b m stands for ? and b stands for ? Back to Gameboard STEAL Answer

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**b stands for y-intercept**

3 Points 6-3A m stands for slope b stands for y-intercept Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**4 points In Ax + By = C A, B, and C represent ? Back to Answer**

6-4Q In Ax + By = C A, B, and C represent ? Back to Gameboard Answer

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4 Points 6-4A integers Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**5 Points Back to Answer Gameboard Write an equation in slope-intercept**

x y -1 9 7 5 3 1 Write an equation in slope-intercept form for the line Back to Gameboard Answer

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5 Points 6-5A y = -2/3x + 8 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**Final Jeopardy Back to Answer Gameboard convert the equation**

FINAL Q convert the equation 4x + 2y = 8 to slope-intercept form Back to Gameboard Answer

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Final Jeopardy FINAL A y = -2x + 4 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem

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**Help for Teachers – Keep as last slide**

To create a new set of categories and problems: Update topics on title screen (slide 2) Rename category headers on question board (slide 3) Change category help slides (immediately following question board) Modify questions and answers (answers immediately follow each question slide) Cut and Paste Daily Doubles Tips: Questions and answers are MathType objects. It is easier if you keep it that way. Even for text problems. To put copy of question on the answer slide, copy and paste the MathType object from the question slide then resize. The EXIT graphic on the game board will exit WITHOUT saving anything. It is intended for student use when playing. Make sure you test your game to make sure everything is linked and working correctly. When playing the intro screen of the game you can click in the lower right corner at any time to skip the intro and go directly to the question board. Do NOT: Change any hyperlinks Type <ctrl><home> to return to 1st slide

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