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Linear Expressions Jeopardy! Version 2.0 Rules – Everyone not at the board needs to work the problems out on their own – You must show your work – Team members may help, but you only get half points – You may use your notes, for half points – Until all questions are gone, you cannot pick 400 or 500 point questions

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Writing Algebraic Expressions Vocabulary Combining Like Terms DistributingSimplifying Evaluating Expressions

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Writing Algebraic Expressions – Represent the following algebraically: 9 fewer than an amount

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Writing Algebraic Expressions – Represent the following algebraically: Two thirds of a value

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Writing Algebraic Expressions – Represent the following algebraically: 4 more than 112% of a number

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Writing Algebraic Expressions – Represent the following algebraically: Johnny bought x sodas at $1.95 apiece.

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Writing Algebraic Expressions – How much does a car cost if it has a discount of 34% from the manufacturer’s price, m?

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Vocabulary – Identify the constant: y x

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Vocabulary – Identify the coefficient: 8x - 4

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Vocabulary – What is a term?

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Vocabulary – Are these like terms? 5x and 2x 2

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Vocabulary – What is the difference between a coefficient and a constant?

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Combining Like Terms – Simplify: x + 3x - 9

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Combining Like Terms – Simplify: x + 3x – 8x – 2

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Combining Like Terms – Simplify: 2 – 6x + 8x

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Combining Like Terms – Simplify: 6y y + 8.1

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Combining Like Terms – Simplify: 4y – 3x – 5 + 7x + 11 – 9y

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Distributing – Simplify: 2(q + 6)

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Distributing – Simplify: -3(2y – 4)

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Distributing – Simplify: 3(2x – 11)

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Distributing – Simplify: -3(-2x + 11y - 3)

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Distributing – Simplify: -(3.4x – 2)

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Simplifying– What are the two primary steps to simplifying a linear expression?

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Simplifying – Simplify: 8(3x – 2) – 4x

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Simplifying – Simplify: -6(4 – x) – 2 – 2x

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Simplifying – Simplify: 3 + 2(4x + 1) – 9x

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Simplifying – Simplify: 1 – 2(5x – 7) + 4(7 – x)

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Evaluating Expressions – Evaluate the expression x – 4 when x = 7

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Evaluating Expressions – What is the value of the expression 3y – 1 when y = 3?

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Evaluating Expressions – Fill in the table of values: yy

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Evaluating Expressions – Fill in the table of values: p-3p

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Evaluating Expressions – Fill in the table of values: x3x x

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