Survivor Can your team outwit, outplay and outlast your opponents to be the ultimate Survivor?

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Survivor Can your team outwit, outplay and outlast your opponents to be the ultimate Survivor?

Meet the Tribes RbnmueBragle AbviraelYgomenetr NsctoatnIgrt

Immunity Use your immunity idol to pass on a question or challenge. You must surrender the idol once it is used.

Challenges Each time you get a question right, you get a challenge and a chance at bonus points.

Challenge Bonus Points You depend on the other tribes to vote for your challenge solution. They will lose points for teaming up unfairly.

The Final Challenge The secret final challenge will be revealed at the end of the game for additional points. Good Luck Survivors!

Question One Several years ago, a 3-foot tree that has grown the same amount each year was planted. At the end of the third year, the tree was 1/5 taller than it was at the end of the second year. The tree is now 18 feet tall. How many years ago ?

Answer One 15 years ago

Explanation One The difference in height between any 2 years is x feet. Since the growth during year 3(x feet) equals 1/5 the height at the end of year 2, we have x feet = (91/5)(3 + 2x) solving, we find x = 1 ft. The tree grows 1 foot each year and is 15 feet taller than when it was planted. It was planted 15 years ago.

Challenge One Two rabbits each weigh the same. Two cages each weigh the same. If the total weight of the two rabbits and two cages is 24 pounds, and the weight of one cage is 8 pounds, what does one rabbit weigh?

Explanation for Challenge One If one cage weighs 8 pounds, then the two cages weigh 16 pounds together. The total weight of the two rabbits is 8 pounds, 3 which is the difference between the total weight of 24 pounds and the weight of both cages, 16 pounds. Therefore, one rabbit weighs 4 pounds, since their combined weight is 8 pounds, and each rabbit weighs the same.

Question Two What modifies a verb?

Challenge Two Identify the adverb: The boy ran quickly.

Question Three What is the action of the sentence called?

Answer Three The verb

Challenge Three Identify the verb: The boy ran very quickly.

Question Four What describes a noun?

Challenge Four Identify the adjective: The little boy ran quickly.

Question Five What is a word that can replace a noun?

Answer Five A pronoun

Challenge Five Identify the pronoun: The boy ran as quickly as he could.

Question Six What word links two things?

Answer Six A conjunction

Challenge Six Identify the conjunction: The boy and his dog ran quickly.

Question Seven What word expresses emotion?

Answer Seven An interjection.

Challenge Seven Identify the interjection: Stop! The boy kept on running.

Question Eight What word modifies a noun and attributes ownership?

Challenge Eight Identify the possessive adjective: The boy chased his ball down the street.

Question Nine What is a verb that helps?

Answer Nine An auxiliary verb

Challenge Nine Identify the auxiliary verb: The boy is running down the street.

Question Ten What is a verb that is used as a noun?

Answer Ten A gerund

Challenge Ten The boy is running down the street.

Question Eleven What are words that indicate location?

Answer Eleven A preposition

Challenge Eleven Identify the preposition: The boy ran down the street.

Question Twelve What is a verb phrase that begins with to?

Answer Twelve An infinitive phrase

Challenge Twelve Identify the infinitive phrase: To win the marathon the boy ran down the street.

Answer Twenty-Four Arrow pointing left.

Final Challenge Unscramble the name of your tribe into the english term from which it was created.

The Math Tribes RbnmueBraglea AbviraelYgomeetr NsctoatnIgrt

The Real Six Tribes NumberAlgebra VariableGeometry ConstantTrig

Congratulations! You have survived!

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