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**Jeopardy 100 200 300 400 500 Solving Proportions Percent Statements**

Rates, Ratios, Percents Solving Proportions Percent Statements Percent Applications Probability 100 200 300 400 500

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**Write the fraction in simplest form and two other ways.**

100 Write the fraction in simplest form and two other ways. -56 8

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**Jessie spent $4 for 5 lbs of oranges.**

200 Write as a unit rate. Jessie spent $4 for 5 lbs of oranges.

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**Ian spent $20.95 for 5 gallons of gasoline.**

300 Write as a unit rate. Ian spent $20.95 for 5 gallons of gasoline.

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**Are the ratios equivalent? Explain.**

400 Are the ratios equivalent? Explain. 6:18 and 10:30

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**Becky’s car traveled 276 miles on 8 gallons of gasoline.**

500 Write as a unit rate. Becky’s car traveled 276 miles on 8 gallons of gasoline.

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100 Solve the proportion. x = 21

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200 Solve the proportion. 4 = x

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300 Solve the proportion. x = 13

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400 Solve the proportion. 8 = 16 x –

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500 Solve the proportion. 25 = 5 2x

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**Solve each percent statement by using a proportion.**

100 Solve each percent statement by using a proportion. What number is 35% of 92?

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**Solve each percent statement by using an equation.**

200 Solve each percent statement by using an equation. 179.2 is 32% of what number?

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**Solve each percent statement by using a proportion.**

300 Solve each percent statement by using a proportion. 567 is what percent of 420?

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**Solve each percent statement by using a equation.**

400 Solve each percent statement by using a equation. 209 is 38% of what number?

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**Solve each percent statement by using a proportion.**

500 Solve each percent statement by using a proportion. What number is 0.36% of 700?

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100 You and four friends eat at a restaurant and split the total bill evenly. The food bill is $ Sales tax is 6%. You leave a 17% tip. How much should each person pay?

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200 The regular price of a jacket was $212. The jacket was discounted 30% off its regular price. What is the sale price of the jacket?

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300 Jane earned $340 interest over 24 months at a rate of 8%. How much money did she deposit into the bank?

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**400 Find the interest Sam earns after depositing $500 in**

the bank for 6 months at a rate of 5%. How much interest did he earn?

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**500 The wholesale price of an MP3 player is $15.20. The store**

does a markup of 125%. What is the retail price of the MP3 player?

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100 Explain the difference between theoretical and experimental probability.

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**What is the probability you will draw a B?**

200 You randomly draw a tile from a bag that contains 7 G tiles, 5 Q tiles, 10 B tiles, 6 T tiles, and 2 A tiles. What is the probability you will draw a B?

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300 You randomly pick a sock from a drawer that has 4 white socks, 12 black socks, and 8 brown socks. What is the probability that you will pick a brown sock?

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**What is the probability you will draw a vowel?**

400 You randomly draw a tile from a bag that contains 7 G tiles, 5 Q tiles, 10 B tiles, 6 E tiles, and 2 A tiles. What is the probability you will draw a vowel?

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500 You randomly draw a jellybean from a bag of 250 jellybeans. You record its color and replace it. Use the results to estimate the number of Jellybeans in the bag that are black. Red Pink Yellow 4 3 5 Green Orange Black 7 4 2

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