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Variables & Patterns Chapter 2

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Exponents Finding Patterns Vocabulary Solving Problems Writing equations 200 Variables & Patterns

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Write a rule for this Pattern: 95, 85,75,65….. Finding Patterns for $100 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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Start with 95 and subtract 10 Repeatedly. Back to Jeopardy Board Finding Patterns for $100

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Finding Patterns for $200 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer Write a rule for this Pattern: 3, 6, 12, 24, 48,….

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Start with 3 and multiple by 2 repeatedly Back to Jeopardy Board Finding a Pattern $200

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Finding a Pattern $300 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer Write a rule for this Pattern: 150, 120, 90, 60,…..

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Back to Jeopardy Board Finding a Pattern $300 Start with 150 and subtract by 30 repeatedly.

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Finding a Pattern $400 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer Write an expression to describe the relationship in the following table:

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Back to Jeopardy Board Finding a Pattern for $400 6n

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Finding a Pattern $500 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer Write an expression to describe the relationship in the following table:

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Back to Jeopardy Board Finding a Pattern for $500 N ÷ 5

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The perimeter of a rectangle is twice its length plus twice its width. Writing Equations for $100 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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Back to Jeopardy Board P= 2L + 2W Writing Equations for $100

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The number of students at RMS is 21 multiplied by the number of teachers. Writing Equations for $200 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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Back to Jeopardy Board S=21T Writing Equations for $200

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The number of CD’s Mike has is 3 times the number of CD’s Richard has plus 5. Writing Equations for $300 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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M = 3R + 5 Back to Jeopardy Board Writing Equations for $300

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C = 15p - 11 Back to Jeopardy Board Writing Equations for $400

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The number of chocolate chips in a cookie is 15 times the number of pecans less eleven. Writing Equations for $400 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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C = 15p - 11 Back to Jeopardy Board Writing Equations for $400

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The number of feathers in a pillow is 7 more than 6 times the number of pillowcases minus one. Writing Equations for $500 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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F = 7 + 6(n-1) Back to Jeopardy Board Writing Equations for $500

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If it costs $5 to rent 4 videos, what is the rental cost for 16 videos? Solving Word Problems $100 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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$20.00 Back to Jeopardy Board Solving Word Problems $100

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A shirt that costs $40 is on sale at 25% off. What is the sale price? Solving Word Problems for $200 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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$30.00 Back to Jeopardy Board Solving Word Problems $200

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Solving Word Problems for $300 Clara Net is going to cover her rectangular table with fabric. The table has a width of 2.5 feet and length of 6 feet. How much fabric will she need to cover the table? Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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About 21 feet Back to Jeopardy Board Solving Word Problems $300

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Solving Word Problems for $400 If there are 622 students attending Barney Middle School and there are 249 girls, how many of the students are boys? Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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there are 373 boys Back to Jeopardy Board Solving Word Problems $400

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If Blockbuster rents videos for $3 each, how many videos can Jeffery rent if he has $54? Solving Word Problems for $500 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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18 videos Back to Jeopardy Board Solving Word Problems $500

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Vocabulary for $100 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer A mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign

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Back to Jeopardy Board Vocabulary for $100 Equation

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Vocabulary for $200 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer Each number in a number pattern

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Back to Jeopardy Board Vocabulary for $200 Term

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Vocabulary for $300 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer A symbol that stands for an Unknown number

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Back to Jeopardy Board Vocabulary for $300 Variable

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Vocabulary for $400 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer 100c + 45 = c Is an example of this property

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Back to Jeopardy Board Vocabulary for $400 Commutative Property

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Vocabulary for $500 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer Identify the 5 in the following equation: 5x + 2 = 27

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Back to Jeopardy Board Vocabulary for $500 Coefficient

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Exponents for $100 Evaluate the following exponents: 2 6 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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Back to Jeopardy Board 64 Exponents for $100

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Evaluate the following exponents: Exponents for $200 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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Back to Jeopardy Board Exponents for $200 25

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Exponents for $300 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer Evaluate the following exponents:

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19 Back to Jeopardy Board Exponents for $300

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Use PEMDAS to evaluate the expression: (9+1 2 )+ (3 3 ) Exponents for $400 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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Back to Jeopardy Board 37 Exponents for $400

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Use PEMDAS to evaluate the expression: 21+( )-3(6) Exponents for $500 Click here to check Click here to check your answer your answer

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