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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
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QUESTION 1 Assuming k is a constant of variation, the equation which represents a situation in which y varies jointly as a and b is _________________.

QUESTION 2 One shows the solution to the following inequality:

QUESTION 3 The solution set for the equation below is ________________.

QUESTION 4 The solution to the equation is____________.

QUESTION 5 The apparent solution set for the equation associated with this graph is ____________.

QUESTION 6 The solution for this equation is___________.

ANSWER 6 What is x = 15 ?

QUESTION 7 The solution set for the equation is ___________.

QUESTION 8 The solution set for the equation is __________.

QUESTION 9 If , then one is true.

QUESTION 10 The graph that best represents the inequality is ______.

QUESTION 11 One graph best represents the following equation:

QUESTION 12 The x-intercept of this graph is _______ .

ANSWER 12 What is 2 ?

QUESTION 13 One graph most closely represents

QUESTION 14 One equation is best represented by the graph:

QUESTION 15 An apparent factor of the polynomial graphed at right:

QUESTION 16 A. (x + 1) B. (x - 3) C. (x + 3) D. (x + 4)
A polynomial function has zeros -3 and 4. One of these is a factor of the polynomial. A. (x + 1) B. (x - 3) C. (x + 3) D. (x + 4)

ANSWER 16 What is C. x ?

QUESTION 17 This is a portion of the graph of a conic section. The equation which most likely represents this graph is_____________.

QUESTION 18 The system of linear equations equivalent to the matrix equation below is _______________. X Y =

ANSWER 18 4x + 5y = 20 9x + 10y = 30 What is ?

QUESTION 19 The matrix is equivalent to

ANSWER 19 2 What is ?

QUESTION 20 Charlie bought jeans, j, and T-shirts, t, at a clothing store. The receipt showed that a total of seven items was purchased and that the jeans were \$28 each and the T-shirts were \$12 each. If he spent a total of \$116 before tax, a certain system of equations could be used to determine the number of jeans he purchased.

ANSWER 20 28j + 12t = 116 j + t = 7 What is ?

QUESTION 21 The corner points of the feasibility region for the given system of inequalities are _______________.

QUESTION 22 The system of inequalities best represented by the graph is _________.

QUESTION 23 The solution set for the given system of equations is _______.

QUESTION 24 The apparent solution set to the system of equations shown on the graph is ___________.