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100 200 300 400 500 Evaluating Expressions Words - Algebra Adding & Subtracting Polynomials Multiplying and Dividing Polynomials Factoring (Smactoring) 500 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy

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100 Evaluate 4d³ When d = 2 32

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Evaluate ¾ x³ When x = 4 200 -48

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Evaluate 3(x + 5) – 9 ÷ x When x = 3 300 21

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400 1 1/9 Evaluate x ˉ ² + xº When x = 3

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Evaluate When x = 2 and y = -3 500 -7

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Is the following expression a polynomial? If so, state it’s degree and name by number of terms. 3 x ˉ ²-2x +5 NO, not a polynomial 100

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200. yes, 3, binomial Is the following expression a polynomial? If so, state it’s degree and name by number of terms. X³ - 2

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Yes, 8, trinomial 300 Is the following expression a polynomial? If so, state it’s degree and name by number of terms. 8x ⁵ y³ - 12x y² + 20x³y³

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Put the following polynomial in standard form and state its’ degree. 400 -4x3-5x2+20x+13, 3 3 – 5x(x – 4) + 10 – 4x ³

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500 Simplify the polynomial and put in standard form. see answer

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Simplify 6x³y² + 5x³y² 11x³y² 100

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Simplify (2x² + 5x) – (8x² + 7x) -6x² - 2x 200

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300 Simplify (5x + 2) -2 (4x – 3) -3x + 8

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400 Simplify 3 – 5(x – 4) + 10 – 4x -9 + 33

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500 Simplify (4x²y – 7xy +10xy²) - (12xy² - 5xy + 3x²y) 1x²y – 2xy – 2xy²

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Simplify 4x²y(2x³y² - 3x²y + 5xy²) 8x ⁵ y³ - 12x y² + 20x³y³ 100

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Simplify 42x ⁷ - 6x ⁵ -7x² 200

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300 Simplify (2y– 5)(3y – 4) 6y² - 23y + 20

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Simplify 5x ⁵ - 10x² 5x² X³ - 2 400

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-8x ⁶ 500 Simplify (-2x²)³

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6x² (2x – 4 + 7x²) 100 Factor out the GCMF 12x³ - 24x² + 42x

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5a²b(2ab – 3a³b² + 1) 200 Factor out the GCMF 10a³b² - 15a ⁵ b³ + 5a²b

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(x + 9) (x + 1) 300 Factor X² + 10x + 9

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(x – 12)(x – 4) 400 Factor X² - 16x + 48

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(x – 8)(x + 3) 500 Factor x² - 5x – 24 into two binomials.

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager.

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If a $1,000 investment had a 20% decrease in value, what percent increase would it need to bring it back to it’s original value? 25% increase

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