Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byTre Bossard Modified over 2 years ago

2
Jeopardy 1 2 34 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

3
$100 Question from H1 Evaluate 20 – 10 ÷ 2 + 3 x 8

4
$100 Answer from H1 39

5
$200 Question from H1 Evaluate

6
$200 Answer from H1 170

7
$300 Question from H1 Evaluate the expression when x = 5 And y = 2

8
$300 Answer from H1 1 and 1/8

9
$400 Question from H1 Mr. Muir’s son is 32 inches tall and Grows 5 inches per year. Write A variable expression for his height After p years

10
$400 Answer from H1 5x + 32

11
$500 Question from H1 Find the length of a rectangle That has a perimeter of 42 and a Width of 8.

12
$500 Answer from H1 Length = 13 units

13
$100 Question from H2 Find the difference: -18 - 42

14
$100 Answer from H2 -60

15
$200 Question from H2 Find the Sum: -28 + 19

16
$200 Answer from H2 -9

17
$300 Question from H2 Find the difference: -18 – (-52)

18
$300 Answer from H2 34

19
$400 Question from H2 Find the product: 18(-28)

20
$400 Answer from H2 -504

21
$500 Question from H2 Find the Quotient: -1056/ -48

22
$500 Answer from H2 22

23
$100 Question from H3 Which property is being demonstrated: (-30 +12) +10 = -30 + (12 +10)

24
$100 Answer from H3 Associative Property of Addition

25
$200 Question from H3 Which property is being demonstrated: 40p = px40

26
$200 Answer from H3 Commutative Property of Mult.

27
$300 Question from H3 Simplify: 8(3x + 2y) -8 + 3y +12

28
$300 Answer from H3 24x +19y +4

29
$400 Question from H3 Solve: P + 32 = -21

30
$400 Answer from H3 -53

31
$500 Question from H3 4.8x = -13.92

32
$500 Answer from H3 -2.9

33
$100 Question from H4 52 = m/7 + 32

34
$100 Answer from H4 m= 140

35
$200 Question from H4 Translate the statement into an equation. Then solve the equation. Twice a number, increased by 12, is 54

36
$200 Answer from H4 2x + 12 = 54 x = 21

37
$300 Question from H4 Your Electric bill came to a total of 73.84 RMB. There is a flat fee of 52 RMB plus 0.56 RMB per Joule of electricity used. How much electricity did you use?

38
$300 Answer from H4 22 Joules

39
$400 Question from H4 Solve the inequality, then graph the solution: -5x < 55

40
$400 Answer from H4 X > 11

41
$500 Question from H4 Write the prime factorization of 360 Using exponents.

42
$500 Answer from H4 2 3 x 3 2 x 5

43
$100 Question from H5 Find the GCF and LCM of 36x 3 p 4 and 48xp 8

44
$100 Answer from H5 GCF: 12xp 4 LCM: 144x 3 p 8

45
$200 Question from H5 Find the Sum:

46
$200 Answer from H5 -7/18

47
$300 Question from H5 Find the Quotient:

48
$300 Answer from H5

49
$400 Question from H5 Write the decimal as a fraction: 0.06

50
$400 Answer from H5 06/99 = 2/33

51
$500 Question from H5 You are making party bags for your friends for Christmas. You bought 80 candy canes, 120 snickers bars, and 72 stickers. You don’t want there to be any left over so what is the greatest number of bags you can make? You only have 1 friend, therefore, how many friends do you need to make?

52
$500 Answer from H5 8 bags of 10, 9 and 15. So you need to make 7 more friends!

53
Final Jeopardy Give an example of how LCM can be used in the real world.

54
Final Jeopardy Answer Answers may vary, ask Mr. Muir!

Similar presentations

OK

1.5 Solving Inequalities. Write each inequality using interval notation, and illustrate each inequality using the real number line.

1.5 Solving Inequalities. Write each inequality using interval notation, and illustrate each inequality using the real number line.

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Ppt on conservation of wildlife and natural vegetation Ppt on electric meter testing standards Ppt on duty roster Ppt on blood stain pattern analysis books Ppt on icici bank history Ppt on electricity for class 10 Ppt on indian sign language Download free ppt on forest and wildlife resources Ppt on collections in java Ppt on standing orders