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A person from each team will be picked to work on the selected question. Whichever group provides the correct answer first will receive the points. If you yell out the answer or talk during the Jeopardy segment, there will be a 100 point deduction for your team.

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100 200 400 300 400 Repeat! Absolute Value Integers Integers Integers Modeling 300 200 400 200 100 500 100

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Row 1, Col 1 3 cubed What is 27?

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1,2 Use the number line to find the absolute value of -24. Show answer on your paper.

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1,3 What is the definition of integers? What is positive and negative numbers that can be written on the number line?

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1,4 Give the steps of finding the additive inverse. What is: 1)Find the opposite of the given number. 2)Add the opposite and the original number together to equal zero.

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2,1 Solve 15 + (3 x 2) then explain What is 21? Because 3 x 2 is in the parentheses which becomes 6 and then you add it to 15 which makes the answer 21.

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2,2 What is the correct definition of absolute value? Give a brief example. What is the distance a number is away from zero?

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2,3 Graph -7 and its opposite on the number line. The student will show work on paper or on the document camera.

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2,4 Use counters to show and solve the problem (-2) + 6. Student will demonstrate in the front of the classroom or on the projector.

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3,1 Put decimals in order from greatest to least: 0.17, 0.56, 1.17, 0.056. Explain your answer. What is 1.17, 0.56, 0.17, 0.056 ?

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3,2 Absolute value of -l -24 l Explain your answer. What is -24? Because the absolute value bars automatically make everything inside positive, -24 became a positive 24. Noticing that another negative was on the OUTSIDE of the absolute value bars changed the answer to -24.

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3,3 Solve (-23) + 9 What is -14?

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3,4 Show how to find the absolute value of -8 using the number line. Student will show the answer on paper or on the document camera.

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4,1 (8 – 3 x 2 ÷2)² What is 25?

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4,2 Solve the following: l-8l + l 15 l = What is 23?

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4,3 Solve -16 – (-11) then explain your answer. What is -5?

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4,4 Show how to solve (-8) - (-4) using the number line. Include all steps. Student will show on paper or on the document camera.

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5,1 Nine days less than four weeks is ____ days. Fill in the blank. What is 19 days?

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5,2 Solve the following: -l -2 l + -l 6 l + l 10 l = What is 2?

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5,3 Matt is playing a game. He gains 10 points, loses 13 points, gains 7 points, and then loses 3 points. What is his final score? What is 1 point?

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5,4 Show how to solve l -9 l + l 4 l using the number line. Student will show on paper or on document camera.

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