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Jeopardy Exponential Notation Scientific Notation Positives & Negative Expression &Forms Hodgepodge 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 Exponential Notation ³ 4 What is the name of the 4 and the 3 in this expression?

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$100 Exponential Notation 4=The Exponent 3=The Base (Big Number …base)

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$200 Exponential Notation What does the base number tell us?

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$200 Exponential Notation The number that is being multiplied over and over. 3³ tells us that we are multiplying by 3.

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$300 Exponential Notation What does the exponent tell us?

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$300 Exponential Notation How many times the base is multiplied or used as a factor. 3³ tells us we are multiplying 3, 3 times ore 3*3*3

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$400 Exponential Notation What is another way to say 9³?

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$400 Exponential Notation 9 to the third power Or 9*9*9 Or 729

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$500 Exponential Notation What is the value of this expression? 5 5

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$500 Exponential Notation 5*5*5*5*5= 3,125 5*5=25 25*5=125 125*5= 625 625*5= 3,125

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$100 Scientific Notation What types of numbers does scientific notation combine?

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$100 Scientific Notation A standard number and a power of 10.

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$200 Scientific Notation What is a power of 10?

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$200 Scientific Notation A number in exponential notation that has 10 as the base. EXAMPLE:10²

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$300 Scientific Notation What is the rule for solving problems Using scientific notation?

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$300 Scientific Notation “Stick” down the standard number and Attach the zeros… The exponent tells how many. Example: 3x10 = 300,000 5

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$400 Scientific Notation What is the value of 7 *10 ? 11

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$400 Scientific Notation 700,000,000,000 700 Billion

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$500 Scientific Notation What is the value of 3.5 * 10 ? 8

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$500 Scientific Notation 350,000,000 Take off one zero because there is one digit after the decimal point.

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$100 Positive & Negative -234 is an example of a what?

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$100 Positive & Negative A negative number

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$200 Positive & Negative Every negative number is less than this Every positive number is greater than this

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$200 Positive & Negative ZERO

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$300 Positive & Negative Mr. NegativeMr. Positive Mr. Positive & Mr. Negative are having a battle. Mr. Positive throws positives (+) and Mr. Negative throws out Negatives (-). WHO WINS THIS FIGHT AND BY HOW MUCH? - - - - - - + + + + + + - -

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$300 Positive & Negative Mr. Negative wins by 2. -8 + 6= -2

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$400 Positive & Negative What does same-change-change mean?

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$400 Positive & Negative When subtracting positive & negative numbers…. Keep the first number the SAME CHANGE the operation CHANGE the sign of the second number Example:3 – (-6) = ___ 3+ (+6)= _______

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$500 Positive & Negative Use or = to solve the following Examples. A.) -4 ____ 3 B.) 37 ____ -44 C.) 24/4 ____ 6- (-7) D.) -5 + (-5) ____ -10

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$500 Positive & Negative A.) -4 < 3 B.) 37 > -44 C.) 24/4 < 6- (-7) D.) -5 + (-5) = -10

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$100 Expressions & Forms What form is this number written in? 80 billion

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$100 Expressions & Forms Number and word form

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$200 Expressions & Forms Is this a number sentence? Why or why not? 2*10³

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$200 Expressions & Forms No, it is not a number sentence because It doesn’t have an equal sign or inequality sign ( ).

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$300 Expressions & Forms What form is this number written in? 20,000+3,000+500+60+8

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$300 Expressions & Forms Expanded form

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$400 Expressions & Forms Is this number sentence true? Why or why not? 14 +(-25) > -50

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$400 Expressions & Forms Yes, because… 14+ (-24) = -10 and -10 > -55

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$500 Expressions & Forms Insert the parentheses to make this number sentence true. -5+8*12= 36

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$500 Expressions & Forms (-5+8)*12= 36

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$100 Hodgepodge What does “Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally” represent?

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$100 Hodgepodge Please – Parentheses Excuse – Exponent My- Multiply Dear- Divide Aunt – Add Sally - Subtract

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$200 Hodgepodge What is the answer to this number sentence? 6 * (3 +2²) ÷ 2 =________

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$200 Hodgepodge 21

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$300 Hodgepodge What do you do if you are left with Only addition and subtraction OR Only multiplication and division? Example: 6 * 4 ÷ 2= _______

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$300 Hodgepodge Work left to right! 6 * 4 ÷ 2= _______

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$400 Hodgepodge Write this number using powers of 10 1,000,000,000,000

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$400 Hodgepodge 10 12

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$500 Hodgepodge What is the value of this expression? 3*3*3*3*3*3*3=?

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$500 Hodgepodge 2,187

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Final Jeopardy And odd number, plus an odd number always gives you what? *HINT: Try a few examples.

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Final Jeopardy Answer An even number ! Try it! 1+1 = 2 3+3=6 5+5=10 11+11=22

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