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Jeopardy! Geometry Jeopardy Double Jeopardy Final Jeopardy
LinesCoordinate Plane PolygonsAnglesPerimeter Double Jeopardy
Two lines that intersect at right angles. 10 points/lines Answer
What is perpendicular? 10 points/lines
To cross through the same point. 20 points/lines Answer
What is intersect? 20 points/lines
A part of a line that has one endpoint and extends forever in the other direction. 30 points/lines Answer
What is a ray? 30 points/lines
A flat surface with no thickness that extends without end in all directions on the surface. 40 points/lines Answer
What is a plane? 40 points/lines
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Lines that are not parallel and do not intersect; the lines lie on different planes. Answer
What are skew lines?
10 points Answer Which letter is at point (30,40)?
Answer What is d? 10 points
20 points Answer Which coordinate points are outside of the trapezoid? (6,5) (5,7) (7,5) (5,4)
Answer What is (5,7)? 20 points
30 points Answer Which letter is at position (14,9)?
Answer What is d ? 30 points
(-x, +y) lies in this Quadrant 40 points Answer
What is a Quadrant II? 40 points
50 points Answer What coordinates lie inside the above figure? (7,2) (0,0) (6,4) (5,7)
Answer What is (6,4)? 50 points
10 sided figure 10 points/polygons Answer
What is a decagon? 10 points/polygons
The polygon shown below is called a ____________. 20 points/polygon Answer
What is a pentagon? 20 points/polygons
A polygon with six sides. 30 points/polygons Answer
What is a hexagon? 30 points/polygons
A closed figure made of line segments. 40 points/polygons Answer
What is a polygon? 40 points/polygons
A polygon with four sides. 50 points/polygons Answer
What is a quadrilateral? 50 points/polygons
10 points/angles Answer This angle is ____________.
Answer What is obtuse? 10 points/angles
20 points/angles Answer In the diagram above, angle 3 is a(n) ______ angle.
Answer What is right angle? 20 points/angles
Which angle measure is acute? A. 91° B. 89° C. 110° D. 90° 30 points/angles Answer
What is B 89° ? 30 points/angles
40 points/angles Answer Which angle measure is obtuse? A. 91° B. 89° C. 73° D. 90°
Answer What is A 91°? 40 points/angles
50 points/angles Answer Which of the angles above is a straight angle?
Answer What is angle MNO? 50 points/angles
10 points/perimeter Answer Pentagon P is regular. One of its sides has a length of 4 m. What is the perimeter of Pentagon P?
Answer What is 20m? =20m Or 4x5=20m 10 points/perimeter
20 points/perimeter Answer 5 in. 6 in. 9 in. 14 in. What is the perimeter of the triangle?
Answer What is 29 units? = points/perimeter
Find the missing sides & perimeter. 30 points/perimeter Answer 3 in 5 in 7 in 2 in x= y=
Answer X= 5-2 = 3 in. Y= = 10 in. P= = 30 in. 30 points/perimeter
40 points/perimeter Answer Hexagon H is regular. One of its sides has a length of 7 ft. What is the perimeter of Hexagon H?
Answer What is 42 units? = 42 ft OR 7x6=42 ft 40 points/perimeter
To find the perimeter of a figure you need to … 50 points/perimeter Answer
What is add up all the sides? 50 points/perimeter
Double Jeopardy QuadrilateralsAreaCirclesElapsed TimeTriangles Final Jeopardy
A quadrilateral has angle measures of 55°, 95°, and 145°. What is the measure of the fourth angle in the quadrilateral? 20 points/quad Answer
What is 65°? = – 295 = points/quad
40 points/quad Answer If the measure of angle T is 114°, what is the measure of angle S?
Answer What is 66°? = – 294 = points/quad
60 points quad Answer If quadrilateral ABCD is a parallelogram, then which of the following statements must be true? ‹B + ‹C = 90° ‹A = ‹B ‹A + ‹D = 180° ‹A = ‹D
Answer What is ‹A + ‹D = 180°? That would be half of the angles in the quadrilateral. 60 points/quad
A polygon has two sides that are parallel and two sides that are not. Which of the following polygons could it be? 80 points/quad Answer
What is a trapezoid? 80 points/quad
100 points/quad Answer In the quadrilateral above, the measure of
Answer What is 62°? = – 298 = points/quad
20 points/area Answer 6 in. 3 in. Find the area of the rectangle
Answer A= l x x A= 6 x 3 A= 18 in 20 points/area 2
40 points/area Answer 8 in. 3 in 6 in 15 in. Find the area of the triangle.
Answer A = b x h ÷ 2 A = 15 x 8 ÷ 2 A = 120 ÷ 2 2A = 60 in 2 40 points/area
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Answer area Find the area of the parallelogram.
Answer A = b x h A = 21 x 13 2A = 273 units 2 area
80 points/area Answer 6 cm Find the area
Answer A = l x w A = 6 x 6 2A = 36 cm 2 80 points/area
100 points/area Answer 5.2 in 2.3 in Find the area
Answer A = l x w A = 2.3 x 5.2 A = in points/area
If the diameter of a circle is 20 centimeters, what is the radius of the circle? 20 points/circles Answer
What is 10 cm? 20 points/circles
40 points/circles Answer Point C is the center of the circle above. The length of MR is 16 inches. What is the length of CN?
Answer What is 8 in. ? 40 points/circles
If the radius of a circle is 18 inches, what is the diameter of the circle? 60 points/circles Answer
What is 36 in. ? 60 points/circles
80 points/circles Answer Point C is the center of the circle above. Which segment is a radius of the circle?
Answer What is CM, CR, or CN? 80 points/circles
A line segment whose endpoints are on a circle. 100 points/circles Answer
What is a chord? 100 points/circles
What is the time difference between 4:00 a.m. and 7:50 p.m. on the same day? 20 points/time Answer
15 hours and 50 minutes 20 points/time
What is the time difference between 2:45 p.m. and 5:50 p.m. on the same day? 40 points/time Answer
3 hours and 5 minutes 40 points/time
What time is it 2 hours and 22 minutes after 4:10 p.m.? 60 points/time Answer
6:32 p.m. 60 points/time
What time is it 3 hours and 50 minutes after 3:55 p.m.? 80 points/time Answer
7:45 p.m. 80 points/time
If a bus left the station at 7:18 a.m. and arrived at its destination at 11:46 p.m. on the next day, how long did the trip take? 100 points/time Answer
40 hours and 28 minutes 100 points/time
20 points/triangle Answer In the triangle above, segment A = segment B. Segment C is greater than segments A and B. This triangle is _______ and ________.
Answer What is right and isosceles? 20 points/triangle
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In a certain triangle, one of the sides has a measure of 16 inches. If the triangle is equilateral, then what are the measures of the other 2 sides? Answer triangle
Answer What is 16 inches, 16 inches? triangle
60 points/triangle Answer If the measure of ‹A is 58°, what is the measure of ‹B?
Answer What is 32°? 60 points/triangle
The measure of two of the interior angles of a triangle are 74° and 50°. What is the measure of the third interior angle? 80 points/triangle Answer
What is 56°? 80 points/triangle
A triangle has one side that measures 5 ft, one side that measures 7 ft, and one side that measures 11 ft. What kind of triangle is it? 100 points/triangle Answer
What is a scalene triangle? 100 points/triangles
Final Jeopardy Category Time How much would you like to wager?
Final Jeopardy Question If it is currently 3:31 p.m., what time will it be in 15 hours and 16 minutes? Answer
Final Jeopardy Answer 6: 47 a.m.
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