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Final Jeopardy You can wager as much or as little as you would like of the money your team has earned in the game. You have 30 seconds to make a decision and write it down on your wipe-off board.

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Solve the inequality below and graph your solution: 6(a 2 - 3) > 4(a 2 + 8)

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a > 5 456

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This symbol represents “is no more than.”

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≤ “less than or equal to” 100

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This symbol represents “is at least.”

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≥ “greater than or equal to” 20 0

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This symbol represents “is a minimum of.”

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≥ “greater than or equal to” 30 0

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This symbol represents “is fewer than.”

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≥ “fewer than” 40 0

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This symbol represents “does not exceed.”

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≤ “less than or equal to” 50 0

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Translate into a number sentence: A number times five is less than thirty-seven.

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5n < 37 100

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Translate into a number sentence: Eight less than a number cut in half is at most sixty- two.

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20 0

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Translate into a number sentence: A number increased by fifteen, divided by thirteen.

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30 0

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Translate into a number sentence: Fred has $321 dollars in his bank account. He is going to save $42 a month for an unknown number of months. After how many months will Fred have no less than $657?

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321 + 42n ≥ 657 40 0

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Translate into a number sentence: Reggie owns a copying business. For copies that will total more than 100 pages Reggie charges a flat rate of $5. He then adds a charge of $0.08 per page. How many pages can a client copy if they want the cost to not exceed $14.84?

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5 +.08p ≤ 14.84 50 0

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Solve: 5n + 8 > 45.5

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n > 7.5 100

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Solve: 2n - 8 ≥ 32

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n ≥ 20 20 0

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What color socks is Mr. Frommann wearing today? Daily Double

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Let’s take a look and see!!!! 30 0

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13.2b – 6 ≤ 123.36

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n ≤ 9.8 40 0

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Solve: b 2 + 2b 2 + 4 > 79

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n > 5 50 0

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Write an inequality to represent the graph below.

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n ≥ 0 100

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Write an inequality to represent the graph below.

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n < -1 20 0

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Write an inequality to represent the graph below.

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n ≥ 5 30 0

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Write an inequality to represent the graph below.

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n>11 40 0

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Write an inequality to represent the graph below.

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n ≤ 11 50 0

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What is the coeffiecient in the expression below? 32x 2 y 3

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32 100

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How many terms are in the expression below? 3a + 21b – 7c + 9df

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4 20 0

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Combine like terms: 4x + 7y – 3x - 6z

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x +7y – 6z 30 0

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Combine like terms: 12a 2 + 3b – 4a 2 + 7b + 2a

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8a 2 + 2a + 10b 40 0

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Combine like terms: 3b(6 + 4a) - 4a(3b + 5)

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-20a + 18b or 18b – 20a 50 0

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