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Jeopardy Pythagor- who? What’s your angle? Today’s Special What’s your sine? Word Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

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$100 Question – Pythagor-who? Solve for the missing side: 6 10

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$100 Answer – Pythagor-who? 8

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$200 Question – Pythagor-who? Solve for the missing side: 24 10

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$200 Answer – Pythagor-who? 2 119

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$300 Question – Pythagor-who? Is it possible to have a triangle with sides of 6, 8 and 5? If yes, what kind?

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$300 Answer – Pythagor-who? Yes - Obtuse

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$400 Question – Pythagor-who? Which of the following is NOT A Pythagorean Triple? A.) 3, 4, 5 B.) 5, 12, 13 C.) 15, 20, 25 D.) 9, 40, 45 E.) 7, 24, 25

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$400 Answer – Pythagor-who? D – 9, 40, 45

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$500 Question – Pythagor-who? Is it possible to have a triangle with sides of 7, 8 and 9? If yes, what kind?

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$500 Answer – Pythagor-who? Yes acute

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$100 Question – What’s your angle? Find x. Cos(x) =.5592 Round to the nearest degree.

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$100 Answer – What’s your angle? 56º

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$200 Question – What’s your angle? Find x. tan(x) = 4.7806 Round to the nearest degree.

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$200 Answer – What’s your angle? 78º

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$300 Question – What’s your angle? Solve for x to the nearest tenth. xx 14 22

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$300 Answer – What’s your angle? 50.5

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$400 Question – What’s your angle? Solve for x to the nearest tenth. xx 4g 6g

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$400 Answer – What’s your angle? 33.7

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$500 Question – What’s your angle? Solve for x. Round to the nearest tenth. 9 6 x 90º

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$500 Answer – What’s your angle? 41.8

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$100 Question – Today’s Special Solve for x & y. 60 12 x y

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$100 Answer – Today’s Special X = 24 Y = 12 3

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$200 Question – Today’s Special Solve for x & y. 45 12 x y

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$200 Answer – Today’s Special X = 12 2 Y = 12

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$300 Question – Today’s Special Solve for x & y. 60 y 18 x

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$300 Answer – Today’s Special X = 9 3 Y = 9

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$400 Question – Today’s Special Solve for x & y. 60 y x 5 3

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$400 Answer – Today’s Special Y=5, x =10

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$500 Question – Today’s Special Solve for y. 45 16 y

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$500 Answer – Today’s Special 8 2 cm

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$100 Question – What’s your sine? Find sinA. Write as a reduced fraction. A 21 37 30.5

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$100 Answer - What’s your sine? 21/37

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$200 Question - What’s your sine? Find tanB. Write as a reduced fraction. B 35 28 44.8

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$200 Answer - What’s your sine? 5/4

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$300 Question - What’s your sine? Solve for x to the nearest tenth. 48 37

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$300 Answer - What’s your sine? 27.5

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$400 Question - What’s your sine? Solve for x to the nearest tenth. 31 x

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$400 Answer - What’s your sine? 46.6

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$500 Question - What’s your sine? y 53 32 25.7 Solve for x to the nearest tenth. x

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$500 Answer - What’s your sine? X=16.1, y=20.2

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$100 Question – Word A 16 ft ladder is placed against a building so that it is 9 ft from the base of the building. How far up the building does the ladder reach?

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$100 Answer – Word 5 7 or 13.2

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$200 Question – Word A person flying a kite lets out 40 ft. of string. If the string makes a 38 angle with the ground, how high is the kite? Round to 1 decimal place.

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$200 Answer – Word 24.6 ft.

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$300 Question – Word A tree has a shadow that is 36 ft. long. If the angle of elevation of the sun is 27 , how tall is the tree? Round to 1 decimal place.

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$300 Answer – Word 18.3 ft.

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$400 Question – Word A pilot needs to approach a runway at an angle of depression of 22 . If the plane is currently at an altitude of 30,000 ft, what is the flight distance to the runway? Round to 1 decimal place.

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$400 Answer – Word 80,084.0 ft.

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$500 Question – Word A wire is tied to a tree for support, 6 ft from the top of the tree. If the wire is 30 ft long and forms an angle of 46 with the tree, how tall is the tree? Round to 1 decimal place.

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$500 Answer – Word 26.8 ft.

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Final Jeopardy Pythagoras is the mathematician who is credited for proving the Pythagorean Theorem. What country was Pythagoras from?

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Final Jeopardy Answer Greece

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