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Jeopardy Topic 1Topic Q 1Q 6Q 11Q 16Q 21 Q 2Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 3Q 8Q 13Q 18Q 23 Q 4Q 9Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 5Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy.

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2 Jeopardy Topic 1Topic Q 1Q 6Q 11Q 16Q 21 Q 2Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 3Q 8Q 13Q 18Q 23 Q 4Q 9Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 5Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy

3 QUESTION 1 One is equivalent to the following: 7 · · 6 A. 7 · · 4 B. 7 · · 6 C. 25 · 6 D. 7 · 42

4 ANSWER 1 What is A. 7 · · 4 ?

5 QUESTION 2 One arrow shows the location of 5 on the number line.

6 ANSWER 2 What is L ?

7 QUESTION 3 One of the following is a true statement: % >> % % >> %

8 ANSWER 3 What is ? %

9 QUESTION 4 One of the following real numbers is not a rational number:

10 ANSWER 4 What is ?

11 QUESTION 5 Look at the set shown below. {2a, 3a, 4a} If a is a prime number, the number of members of the set that are also prime is ________.

12 ANSWER 5 What is 0 ?

13 QUESTION 6 _________is equivalent to.

14 ANSWER 6 What is - 14 ?

15 QUESTION 7 A {2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 19, 23, 29} One of the following is a true statement concerning A. A. All numbers in A are odd. B. All numbers in A are prime. C. All numbers in A are even. D. All numbers in A are composites.

16 ANSWER 7 What is B. All numbers in A are prime. ?

17 QUESTION 8 The value of is _____.

18 ANSWER 8 What is 33 ?

19 QUESTION 9 A weather forecaster checked and emptied a rain gauge six times one day. The measurements in inches were 0.243, 0.595, 0.903, 0.756, 0.398, and The total rainfall that day was approximately _______ inches.

20 ANSWER 9 What is 3.0 inches ?

21 QUESTION 10 The value of when is _____.

22 ANSWER 10 What is 40 ?

23 QUESTION 11 One of the following is not a perfect square: A. 49 B. 64 C. 81 D. 99

24 ANSWER 11 What is 99 ?

25 QUESTION 12 A flight engineer for an airline flies an average of 2,923 miles per week. She flies approximately __________ miles in 3 years.

26 ANSWER 12 What is 450,000 ?

27 QUESTION 13 For large parties, a restaurant adds a 15% service charge to the bill. $_______ would be added to a bill of $

28 ANSWER 13 What is $95.76 ?

29 QUESTION 14 On a map, the distance between Milvale and Dracut is 1¼ inches. If the map uses a scale of ¼ inch represents 1 mile, ______ is the actual distance in miles from Milvale to Dracut.

30 ANSWER 14 What is 5 ?

31 QUESTION 15 is best represented by a number between

32 ANSWER 15 What is 6 and 7 ?

33 QUESTION 16 This net represents the surface area of a solid figure. One of the following is a drawing of the figure.

34 ANSWER 16 What is ?

35 QUESTION 17 One of the following measures closest to 45°.

36 ANSWER 17 What is ?

37 QUESTION 18 This is a pair of similar triangles. One of the following proportions is true for these triangles:

38 ANSWER 18 What is ?

39 QUESTION 19 The circumference of a circle with a radius of 9 inches is approximately _________ inches.

40 ANSWER 19 What is in. ?

41 QUESTION 20 A quart of milk is closest to A. a cup of milk B. a milliliter of milk C. a liter of milk D. a gallon of milk

42 ANSWER 20 What is C. a liter of milk ?

43 QUESTION 21 Marta painted an 18-foot by 12-foot rectangular wall. _________ is the area of the wall she painted.

44 ANSWER 21 What is 216 sq ft ?

45 QUESTION 22 This solid is composed of cubes, all of which are the same size. Using an edge of a cube as one unit, the volume of the figure is ______ cubic units.

46 ANSWER 22 What is 28 cubic units ?

47 QUESTION 23 The original Ferris wheel introduced at the 1893 Worlds Fair in Chicago had a diameter of 250 feet. A person who rode this wheel traveled _________ feet in one complete revolution.

48 ANSWER 23 What is 785 ft ?

49 QUESTION 24 The volume of this circular cone is _______.

50 ANSWER 24 What is cm 3 ?

51 QUESTION 25 One in the list gives the plane figures in order by the number of sides, starting with the fewest number of sides. A. Octagon, nonagon, heptagon, pentagon B. Pentagon, octagon, heptagon, nonagon C. Nonagon, octagon, heptagon, pentagon D. Pentagon, heptagon, octagon, nonagon

52 ANSWER 25 What is D. Pentagon, heptagon, octagon, nonagon ?

53 FINAL JEOPARDY The volume of the square-based pyramid shown here is ______.

54 FINAL ANSWER What is ?


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