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Jeopardy Measuring Angles Triangles Hodgepodge Remember ? Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Properties of Polygons
$100 question Measuring angles What device do we use to measure angles?
$100 answer Measuring angles A protractor
$200 Question Measuring angles What are the names of these angles? B C D A E
$200 Answer Measuring angles A. Obtuse angle B. Acute angle C. Right angle D. Straight angle E. Reflex angle
$300 Question Measuring angles What is the measure of this angle? Click Here
$300 Answer Measuring angles Did you get it?
$400 Question Measuring angles 91 Degrees names what type of angle?
$400 Answer Measuring angles An obtuse angle
$500 Question Measuring angles What is the measure of the missing supplementary Angle? ?
$500 Answer Measuring angles 135 degrees
$100 Question Properties of Polygons What are the properties that ALL polygons share?
$100 Answer Properties of Polygons They Must : Have 3 or more sides Have no intersections Have no curved sides Be closed
$200 Question Properties of Polygon s How do we know that all these quadrilaterals are parallelograms?
$200 Answer Properties of Polygons They all have 2 pairs of parallel sides.
$300 Question Properties of Polygons What word(s) apply to this shape? A. polygon B. parallelogram C. quadrilateral D. rectangle
$300 Answer Properties of Polygons A. polygon B. parallelogram C. quadrilateral D. rectangle
$400 Question Properties of Polygons What is the measure of the interior angles of this hexagon? NO MEASURING
$400 Answer Properties of Polygons 720 degrees. Remember (s-2)180 s= the number of sides of The polygon.
$500 Question Properties of Polygons What is it that the shapes in figures A & B are that the shapes in figure C are not?
$500 Answer Properties of Polygons Congruent
$100 Question Triangles 9 is the number of vertices On how many triangles?
$100 Answer Triangles 3
$200 Question Triangles Which words apply to this triangle? A.Equilateral B.Isosceles C.Right D.Scalene
$200 Answer Triangles A.Equilateral B.Isosceles
$300 Question Triangles What types of triangles are these? A B A
$300 Answer Triangles What are A. Isosceles B. Equilateral C. Scalene
$400 Question Triangles If you measured all the interior (inside) angles of any triangle, they would always add up to how many degrees?
$400 Answer Triangles 180 degrees
$500 Question Triangles What is the measure of the missing angles of this isosceles right triangle? A B
$500 Answer Triangles A=45 B=45
$100 Question H o d g e p o d g e What is the difference? 9,000-2,349
$100 Answer H o d g e p o d g e 6,651
$200 Question H o d g e p o d g e What is the product? 23*87
$200 Answer H o d g e p o d g e 2,001
$300 Question H o d g e p o d g e What is the square root of 144?
$300 Answer H o d g e p o d g e 12
$400 Question H o d g e p o d g e 2 more than 5 times 11 is what number?
$400 Answer H o d g e p o d g e 57
$500 Question H o d g e p o d g e 9 less than 8 times the quotient of 56/8 is what number?
$500 Answer H o d g e p o d g e 47
$100 Question REMEMBER? What is the perimeter? 6ft 12ft
$100 Answer REMEMBER? 36 ft
$200 Question REMEMBER? What does this line represent?
$200 Answer REMEMBER? The diameter.
$300 Question REMEMBER? How many more 3 rd graders play baseball than football?
$300 Answer from H5 10
$400 Question REMEMBER? Is 356 divisible by 3?
$400 Answer REMEMBER? No, because When you add up you get is not divisible by 3.
$500 Question REMEMBER? What is the value of the 8 in the Following number. Write it in number & word form form. 986,657,900,456
$500 Answer REMEMBER? 80 billion
Final Jeopardy What is the sum of the interior angles of this nonagon?
Final Jeopardy Answer 1,260 (n-2)180
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