Presentation on theme: "Grudge Ball: Chapter 3 Review"— Presentation transcript:
1Grudge Ball: Chapter 3 Review Tuesday November 18 and Wednesday November 19
2Grudge Ball: Instructions One question will be up on the board. You will have 3 minutes to complete the problem with your group.We will start with Group 1. Group 1 gets to answer the question. If they are correct, they may…Take one point away from any team –OR-Take a two-point shot to be able to take two points away from a team –OR-Take a three-point shot to be able to take three points away from a teamYou are allowed to split points among teams if you are taking multiple points away.If Group 1 gets the answer incorrect, we will move to Group 2 to answer.Once a group answers correctly, we will move to the next question. This time we will start with Group 2.We will review your questions at the end of the game, so make sure you write them down as you go!
3Grudge Ball #1: 2 minutesDoes the following system have one solution, zero solutions, or infinitely many solutions?3𝑥−2𝑦=84𝑦=6𝑥−5
4Grudge Ball #2: 2 minutesWhat is the classification of the following system of equations?2𝑥+8𝑦=6𝑥=−4𝑦+3
5Grudge Ball #3: 3 minutes Solve the following systems of equations. 𝑦=2𝑥−13𝑥−𝑦=−1
6Grudge Ball #4: 3 minutes Graph the following system of inequalities: 𝑥+2𝑦≤10𝑥+𝑦≤3
7Grudge Ball #5: 2 minutesGiven the following problem, set up a system of equations:Georgia has only dimes and quarters in her bag. She has a total of 18 coins that are worth $3.
8Grudge Ball #6: 3 minutesGiven the following graph, what is the system of inequalities.
9Grudge Ball #7: 3 minutes Solve the following system of equations 3𝑚+4𝑛=−135𝑚+6𝑛=−19
10Grudge Ball #8: 3 minutes Solve the following system of equations 3𝑢+8=4𝑣24𝑣=6−3𝑢
11Grudge Ball #9: 2 minutesGiven the following problem, write a system of inequalities to model the situation:A gardener wants to plant at least 50 tulips and rose plants in a garden, but no more than 20 rose plants.
12Grudge Ball #10: 5 minutes (Worth 2 points) Graph each system of constraints. Name all vertices. Then, find the values of x and y that maximize or minimize the objective function.𝑥+2𝑦≥8𝑥≥2𝑦≥0Minimum for 𝐶=𝑥+3𝑦