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2 Are You Smarter Than Mr. Alder?

3 Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Question 1 5th Grade Question 2 4th Grade Question 3 4th Grade Question 4 3rd Grade Question 5 3rd Grade Question 6 2nd Grade Question 7 2nd Grade Question 8 1st Grade Question 9 1st Grade Question , , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

4 5th Grade Question 1 / The part of the quadratic formula that is under the radical and thus indicates whether the roots of the quadratic equation are real or imaginary

5 5th Grade Answer 1 / Discriminant Return

6 5th Grade Question 2 / A pair of complex numbers in the form a + bi and a – bi whose product will always be a real number

7 5th Grade Answer 2 / Complex Conjugates Return

8 4th Grade Question 3 / A function defined by two or more equations over a given domain

9 4th Grade Answer 3 / Piece-wise Functions Return

10 4th Grade Question 4 / The curves formed by the intersections of a plane with an infinite double right circular cone at different angles (parabola, hyperbola, ellipse, & circle) / The curves formed by the intersections of a plane with an infinite double right circular cone at different angles (parabola, hyperbola, ellipse, & circle)

11 4th Grade Answer 4 / Conic Sections Return

12 3rd Grade Question 5 / A short-cut alternative algorithm to divide a polynomial by a binomial

13 3rd Grade Answer 5 / Synthetic Division Return

14 3rd Grade Question 6 / Rewriting a quadratic polynomial (by adding/subtracting constants) so that it contains a perfect square trinomial

15 3rd Grade Answer 6 / Completing the Square

16 2nd Grade Question 7 / A triangular array of numbers where each row is generated by taking the sum of two entries above it in the previous row It is useful in expanding binomials and in probability. / A triangular array of numbers where each row is generated by taking the sum of two entries above it in the previous row It is useful in expanding binomials and in probability.

17 2nd Grade Answer 7 / Pascal’s Triangle Return

18 2nd Grade Question 8 / A rectangular array of numbers, consisting of horizontal rows and vertical columns

19 2nd Grade Answer 8 / Matrices Return

20 1st Grade Question 9 / Numbers that can be expressed in the form a + bi, where i = and a and b are real numbers

21 1st Grade Answer 9 / Complex Numbers Return

22 1st Grade Question 10 / A Greek letter representing an incremental change

23 1st Grade Answer 10  Delta (  ) Return

24 Million Dollar Question

25 1,000,000 Question / An equation that best fits data that appears to model a given curve It attempts to find models for sets of data. / An equation that best fits data that appears to model a given curve It attempts to find models for sets of data.

26 1,000,000 Answer / Regression Equation Return

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