# Jeopardy FractionsDecimalsRatio/RateProportions Rationals Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Final Jeopardy.

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Jeopardy FractionsDecimalsRatio/RateProportions Rationals Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$500 Final Jeopardy

\$100 Question from H1

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\$300 Question from H1

\$400 Question from H1

\$500 Question from H1

\$100 Question from H2

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\$500 Question from H2

\$100 Question from H3 Find two ratios equivalent to 7:8

\$200 Question from H3 There are 14 red and 5 blue m&m’s in a bag. Write the ratio of blue to red m&m’s in three different ways.

\$200 Answer from H3 5 to 14 5:14 5/14

\$300 Question from H3 Find the unit rate for 290 heartbeats in 3 minutes.

\$300 Answer from H3 96 2/3 heartbeats per minute

\$400 Question from H3 Amal walks 4/10 of a mile in 1/4 hour. What is her speed in miles per hour?

\$400 Answer from H3 1 3/5 miles per hour Or 1.6 miles per hour

\$500 Question from H3 Taharah Shampoo is being sold in two different sizes. The 16 oz bottle costs \$5.23 whereas the 13.5 oz bottle costs \$3.85. Which is the better buy? Round to the nearest cent.

\$500 Answer from H3 The 13.5 oz bottle is the better buy because at \$0.29 it is cheaper than the 16 oz bottle at \$0.33

\$100 Question from H4 Determine whether the following ratios are proportional:

\$100 Answer from H4 No, they both are simplified to different ratios:

\$200 Question from H4 Swimming goggles cost \$74.36 for 12. At this rate, how much will new goggles for 15 members of a swim team cost? You must set up a proportion and solve using the cross-products property.

\$300 Question from H4 Using the concepts of similar triangles, find the height of the flagpole. Set up a proportion and solve using cross-products property.

\$300 Answer from H4 32.4 ft

\$400 Question from H4 Does this table represent a proportional relationship? Explain.

\$400 Answer from H4 Yes, it is proportional. The proportionality constant is \$9.50 per person.

\$500 Question from H4 Find the Constant of Proportionality and write an equation for the data.

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