Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byJoelle Shadbolt Modified over 2 years ago

1
Template by Kevin Dufendach Updates at not in any way endorsed or affiliated with the Jeopardy Game Show Board Instructions

2
To start a new game, click the “reset” button on the board slide. This will reset the board, set each player’s score to 0, and randomly move the Daily Double. Click “Adj Scores” from the board to manually change scores. Click on the lights at the bottom of question slides to start a 5-second countdown. Incorrect response: Click the “incorrect” button if the player responds incorrectly, and their score will subtract. Correct response: Press the “correct” button if the player responds correctly, and the correct response will then be shown. –To skip viewing the correct response, check the box below If no one gets the question correct, press the arrow to go to the next slide (or return to the board if the checkbox below is checked). Troubleshooting: –Do not delete the value shape (e.g. $400) from any slide. If you don’t like it, you can move it off the screen, but DON’T DELETE IT, and don’t change its text!!! –Do not delete question slides and copy them in from somewhere else. You can do this to replace “answer” slides, but just not question slides (unless you re-apply the hyperlinks to the board) –If none of the functions are working, see “Macro Troubleshooting”“Macro Troubleshooting” Template by Kevin Dufendach. Updates at Please send questions and comments to Reset Import from Excel Template (Template available online)

3
Board $0 Macro Troubleshooting If you’re having trouble getting this PowerPoint to work, be sure to “Enable Macros” when opening the file. If you don’t see this box when you open PowerPoint, your security settings may be set too high. In this case, go to the “Tools” menu and select “Options.” Click on [Macro Security…] and then select “Medium.” Press OK until you return to the show. Now save this file and then re-open it. You should now receive the dialog shown above. Click “Enable Macros” Note: some of the functions may not work with versions of PowerPoint other than PowerPoint That’s the only version I’ve tested it on. I’m sure it won’t work on PowerPoint for Mac 2008.

4
Board $0 Board Transforma- tions Radical Functions Polynomial Functions Trig 1Trig 2Trig 3 Reset Instructions Final $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 The Daily Double is located at: E4 Move to reveal location Adj Scores

5
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the equation after y = f(x) has been translated 4 units up and 5 units left $100

6
Board $0 Transformations, $100 response f (x + 5) + 4 $100

7
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This type of transformation occurs when y is replaced with 3y in the equation y = f(x) $200

8
Board $0 Transformations, $200 response Vertical compression by a factor of $200

9
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 If the domain of y = f(x) is x ≤ 3, then this is the domain of y = f (x + 10) - 2 $300

10
Board $0 Transformations, $300 response $300 x ≤ -7

11
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the equation of y = f(x) after it has underdone a vertical translation up 5, a vertical reflection, a vertical translation down 2, and then a vertical expansion by a factor of 3 $400

12
Board $0 Transformations, $400 response $400

13
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 If y = f(x) has a range of -3 ≤ y ≤ 2, then this is the range of y = |f(x) -1|? $500

14
Board $0 Transformations, $500 response 0 ≤ y ≤ 4 $500

15
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the domain of. $100

16
Board $0 Radical Fcn’s, $100 response $100

17
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the equation of the radical function with an endpoint of (4, -3) and an x-intercept of (-12,0). $200

18
Board $0 Radical Fcn’s, $200 response $200

19
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the graph of $300

20
Board $0 Radical Fcn’s, $300 response $300

21
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 Solve $400

22
Board $0 Radical Fcn’s, $400 response $400

23
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 If (8, -6) is on the graph of y=f(x), then this point is on the graph of $500

24
Board $0 Radical Fcn’s, $500 response (-9, 9) $500

25
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the end behaviour of the graph $100

26
Board $0 Polynomial Fcn’s, $100 response Quadrants 2 to 4 $100

27
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the remainder when is divided by x - 2 $200

28
Board $0 Polynomial Fcn’s, $200 response 57 $200

29
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $300 If x + 5 is a factor of then this is the value of k

30
Board $0 Polynomial Fcn’s, $300 response $300

31
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $400 This is the equation of the cubic function in general form with x-intercepts of and a y-intercept of 2

32
Board $0 Polynomial Fcn’s, $400 response $400

33
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the multiplicity of the x-intercept at 2 in the function $500

34
Board $0 Polynomial Fcn’s, $500 response 3 $500

35
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $100 radians is this many degrees

36
Board $0 Trigonometry 1, $100 response $ ˚

37
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $200 This is the exact value of

38
Board $0 Trigonometry 1, $200 response $200

39
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the radius if an arc length of 8 cm subtends an angle of 34˚ $300

40
Board $0 Trigonometry 1, $300 response cm $300

41
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $400 This is the period of

42
Board $0 Trigonometry 1, $400 response $400

43
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 Point P is the intersection of the terminal arm of angle θ in standard position and the unit circle with centre (0, 0). If P is in quadrant 3 and sin θ = a, determine the coordinates of P in terms of a $500

44
Board $0 Trigonometry 1, $500 response $500

45
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the minimum value of the function y = -4cosx $100

46
Board $0 Trigonometry 2, $100 response $

47
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $200 This is the phase shift of the function

48
Board $0 Trigonometry 2, $200 response $200 3π to the left

49
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $300 This is the general term for the asymptotes of

50
Board $0 Trigonometry 2, $300 response $300

51
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $400 If the equation h = 2.5sin 0.6(t – 4) is used to estimate the height of tides at the beach, this is the number of times in one day (t =0 is midnight) that the tide will have a height of 3.5 m

52
Board $0 Trigonometry 2, $400 response. $400 4 (3:32am, 9:43am, 2:00pm, 8:11pm)

53
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 A wheel with diameter 10cm is rolling along the ground. If point P is touching the ground at t = 0, and the wheel rotates once every 12 seconds, this is the equation that represents the height of point P above ground at time t seconds $500

54
Board $0 Trigonometry 2, $500 response $500

55
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 This is the restriction for the expression $100

56
Board $0 Trigonometry 3, $100 response $100

57
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $200 Given and the angle terminates in quadrant 3, this is the value of.

58
Board $0 Trigonometry 3, $200 response $200

59
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 Simplify $300

60
Board $0 Trigonometry 3, $300 response $300

61
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 $400 Does equal to

62
Board $0 Trigonometry 3, $400 response $400 No, it equals to

63
Board CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect Board $0 Solve $500

64
Board $0 Trigonometry 3, $500 response $500

65
Board $0 Enter your wager: Go! $

66
Board $0 Final Jeopardy Category Reveal Response Reveal Prompt More Trig!

67
Board $0 Final Jeopardy Response This is the sum of CorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrectCorrectIncorrect

68
Board $0 Final Jeopardy Answer

Similar presentations

© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google