# Jeopardy Q 1 Q 6 Q 11 Q 16 Q 21 Q 2 Q 7 Q 12 Q 17 Q 22 Q 3 Q 8 Q 13

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

QUESTION 1 The length of BC is___________.

QUESTION 2 In a bag of candies there are 13 red
candies, 13 green candies, 13 yellow candies, and 13 blue candies. If you choose 1 candy from the bag, the probability the candy will not be blue is ________.

QUESTION 3 The list shows the scores made by each member of Jaime’s discussion group on the last test One stem-and-leaf plot correctly displays the information.

QUESTION 4 The daily average (mean) number of lunches sold during the
week was ________ .

QUESTION 5 For a trip, Tyler packed one red sweater, one striped blouse, one white blouse, one blue skirt, and one black skirt. One shows all the possible ways that she could combine one sweater, one blouse, and one skirt. A B C D

ANSWER 5 B What is ?

QUESTION 6 The table shows how Cathy & Terry placed in each of the 8 categories in a mathematics competition. One matrix best summarizes their results.

QUESTION 7 One scattergram shows the relationship between the amount of gasoline in a car’s tank and the distance traveled since the last fill-up.

QUESTION 8 Nicole listed her homework scores from her mathematics class. 100, 97, 95, 80, 88, 84, 96, 60, 78, 83 . One box-and-whisker plot correctly displays the information?

QUESTION 9 Lisa could arrange these four stickers in this rectangle in __________ different ways.

QUESTION 10 This shows all the different ways a pair of number cubes can land in a game Robbie is playing. To win on his next turn, he needs to roll an 8. The probability that Robbie will win on his next turn is _______.

QUESTION 11 According to the data in the graph, the most reasonable prediction for the % of households with CD-ROMs in their computers in 1998 would be _________.

ANSWER 11 What is 36% ?

QUESTION 12 The spinner below is used in a game.
In a single spin, the probability of the arrow landing on a Green or Blue space is _______.

QUESTION 13 A. 0.21x + 38 = 88.4 B. 0.21x = 88.4 C. 38x = 0.21(88.4)
A car-rental agency charges \$38 per day plus \$0.21per mile driven. Sandra paid \$88.40 for renting a car from them for one day. One of the following could be used to find the number of miles she drove that day. A x + 38 = 88.4 B x = 88.4 C. 38x = 0.21(88.4) D. 38x = 88.4

ANSWER 13 What is A. 0.21x + 38 = ?

QUESTION 14 ______ is the value for t that makes this equation true.

QUESTION 15 The number which replaces the ‘‘?’’ in the table is _______.

QUESTION 16 Ron wanted to find a rule for finding the terms in this sequence of numbers: He rewrote the first four terms this way: 1 1· · 2 · · 2 · 3 · 4 If Ron continues to write terms this way, the sixth term in the sequence will be _______.

QUESTION 17 Jeffrey’s dogs ate 42 pounds of food
during July. At that rate, the number of days a 100-pound bag of dog food would last is approximately ________.

QUESTION 18 The solution to is ________.

QUESTION 19 Don is solving the sentence below
for x. 5x – 8 = 0. One of the following is equivalent to this sentence.

QUESTION 20 One of the following is a graph of a line that contains all the points in this table of ordered pairs.

QUESTION 21 Laureen is studying her genealogy & has started a family tree of ancestors from which she is directly descended. She has identified direct ancestors for six previous generations. In the 6th generation before hers she has ______ direct ancestors.

QUESTION 22 Part of the statement below is circled.
The best description of the circled part of the statement is ___________.

ANSWER 22 What is coefficient ?

QUESTION 23 Laurie used 5 yards of fabric to make 2 costumes for the school play. She would need ______ yards of fabric to make 20 more of these costumes.

QUESTION 24 One of these means “the sum of 8 and 4 times a number is 36” .

QUESTION 25 A parking garage charges \$2.00 for the
first hour & \$0.80 for each additional hour. One of these could be used to find C, the cost in dollars of parking h hours.