# This is Jeopardy!.

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This is Jeopardy!

Final Jeopardy Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Multiplying a = 1 a > 1 Factor Completely 100 200 300 400 500

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300 a Back to choices Answer

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a 500 Back to choices Answer

a 500 Back to choices

a 100 Back to choices

b 200 (x + 2)(x – 3) Back to choices Answer

a 200 Back to choices

a 300 Back to choices

b 400 (8n - 7)² Back to choices Answer

a 400 Back to choices

500 b Back to choices Answer

a 500 Back to choices

a 100 (a+4)(a+2) Back to choices

c 200 Back to choices Answer

a 200 (b-9)(b-8) Back to choices

c 300 Back to choices Answer

a 300 (m-15)(m+8) Back to choices

c 400 Back to choices Answer

a 400 m= -12, m =6 Back to choices

c 500 c²+15c = -44 Back to choices Answer

a 500 c= -11 c = -4 Back to choices

c 100 -y²+2y+8 Back to choices Answer

a 100 -(y-4)(y+2) Back to choices

c 200 6s² - s - 5 Back to choices Answer

a 200 (6s+5)(s-1) Back to choices

c 300 -5b²+7b-2 Back to choices Answer

a 300 -(5b-2)(b-1) Back to choices

c 400 3w²+22w+7=0 Back to choices Answer

a 400 w= w= -7 Back to choices

c 500 56z²+2=22z Back to choices Answer

a 500 Back to choices

c 100 x³+x²+2x+2 Back to choices Answer

a 100 (x+1)(x²+2) Back to choices

c 200 Back to choices Answer

a 200 4z²(3z-1)(3z+1) Back to choices

c 300 Back to choices Answer

a 300 Back to choices

c 400 Back to choices Answer

a 400 Back to choices

500 c Back to choices Answer

a 500 Back to choices

c 100 Name the graph 7 Back to choices Answer

a 100 x ≤ 7 Back to choices

c 200 Graph the equation y < -4 Back to choices Answer

a 200 -4 Back to choices

a Solve: -4x > 8 300 Back to choices Answer

a x < -2 300 Back to choices

a Solve: 5z - 25 ≥ -10 400 Back to choices Answer

a z ≥ 3 400 Back to choices

a 500 -3 is not a solution to which inequality a. x + 4 ≥ 1 b. x > 1 c. 12x < 24 d. x > -4 3 Back to choices Answer

a b. -3/3 = < 1 500 Back to choices

Simplify and use only positive exponents.
500 f Simplify and use only positive exponents. Back to choices

Simplify and use only positive exponents.
400 f Simplify and use only positive exponents. Back to choices

300 f Evaluate Back to choices

200 f When raising a quotient to a power, you must distribute the exponent to the _______ and the ________. Back to choices

What is the rule for dividing powers with the same base?
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Simplify and use only positive exponents.
500 e Simplify and use only positive exponents. Back to choices

Simplify and use only positive exponents.
400 e Simplify and use only positive exponents. Back to choices

300 e When raising product to powers, always ________ the exponent to each factor. Back to choices

When raising a power to a power, you must ________ the exponents.
200 e When raising a power to a power, you must ________ the exponents. Back to choices

What is the rule for multiplying powers with the same base?
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Simplify and write in scientific notation
500 d Simplify and write in scientific notation Back to choices

Simplify and write in scientific notation
400 Simplify and write in scientific notation d Back to choices

300 d Write In standard form. Back to choices

Change .0000725 into scientific notation.
200 d Change into scientific notation. Back to choices

Change 420,000 into scientific notation.
d Change 420,000 into scientific notation. Back to choices

500 c If a=3 and b=2, find Back to choices

With only positive exponents.
400 Write the expression c With only positive exponents. Back to choices

To change a negative exponent to positive, what should you do?
200 c To change a negative exponent to positive, what should you do? Back to choices

Final Jeopardy The Parthenon in Athens, Greece, is an ancient structure that has a rectangular base. The length of the Parthenon’s base is 8 meters more than twice its width. The area of the base is about square meters. Find the length and width of the Parthenon’s base. Back to choices Answer