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Jeopardy 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 SimplifySolve Graphs Application Properties

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Simplify -100 n Simplify Return to Main Board

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Simplify - 200 n Simplify: Return to Main Board

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Simplify - 300 n Simplify: Return to Main Board

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Simplify - 400 n Simplify: Return to Main Board

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Simplify - 500 n Simplify Return to Main Board

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Solve - 100 n Solve Return to Main Board

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Solve - 200 n Solve Return to Main Board

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Solve - 300 n Solve Return to Main Board

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Solve - 400 n Solve Return to Main Board

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Solve - 500 n Solve: Return to Main Board

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Graphs - 100 n What is the intercept of: Return to Main Board

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Graphs - 200 Return to Main Board n What is the asymptote for:

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Graphs - 300 DAILY DOUBLE! Return to Main Board State the domain in interval notation:

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Graphs - 400 n What is the asymptote: Return to Main Board

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Graphs - 500 n State the range in interval notation: Return to Main Board

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Properties - 100 n Expand Return to Main Board

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Properties - 200 Return to Main Board n Write as a single log:

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Properties - 300 Return to Main Board n Expand

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Properties - 400 Return to Main Board n Write as a single log:

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Properties - 500 n Write as a single log: Return to Main Board

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Applications - 100 n Find the account balance for an initial investment of $2000 compounded monthly at a rate of 6.25% for 6 years and 9 months. Return to Main Board

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Applications - 200 n Determine the amount to be invested at a rate of 7% compounded continuously to produce a balance of $15000 in 20 years. Return to Main Board

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Applications - 300 n Write an exponential model for the points (0,4) and (5,.5) Return to Main Board

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Applications - 400 Return to Main Board Find the number of years required for a $2000 investment to triple at 9.5% interest rate compounded continuously.

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Applications - 500 Return to Main Board n The spread of a flu virus through a certain population is modeled by the equation below where y is the total infected after t days. In how many days will 900 people be infected?

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