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Jeopardy Get the Points Intercept That Slope It’s Standard Understanding Slope Graph It $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy

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$100 Question from “Get the Points” The slope of the line containing the points (5, 11) and (7, 21)

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$100 Answer from “Get the Points” What is 5?

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$200 Question from “Get the Points” The slope of the line containing the points (-2, 20) and (3, 35)

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$200 Answer from “Get the Points” What is 3?

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$300 Question from “Get the Points” The slope of the line containing the points (-3, -8) and (-1, 24)

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$300 Answer from “Get the Points” What is 16?

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$400 Question from “Get the Points” The slope of the line containing the points (4, 8) and (4, 3)

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$400 Answer from “Get the Points” What is undefined?

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$500 Question from “Get the Points” The slope of the line containing the points (6, 25) and (18, 28)

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$500 Answer from “Get the Points” What is ¼ ?

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$100 Question from “Intercept that Slope” The slope of the equation y = 3x – 5.

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$100 Answer from “Intercept that Slope” What is 3 ?

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$200 Question from “Intercept that Slope” The y-intercept of the equation y = ½ x – ¾ ?

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$200 Answer from “Intercept that Slope” What is – ¾ ?

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$300 Question from “Intercept that Slope” The y-intercept of the equation 3y = 5 x – 2 ?

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$300 Answer from “Intercept that Slope” What is –⅔?

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$400 Question from “Intercept that Slope” The slope of the equation 7y = 9 x – 11 ?

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$400 Answer from “Intercept that Slope” What is 9/7 ?

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$500 Question from “Intercept that Slope” The equation written in slope-intercept form 3x + 5y = 10

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$500 Answer from “Intercept that Slope” What is y = -3/5 x + 2 ?

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$100 Question from “It’s Standard” The slope of the line 3x + 5y = 20

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$100 Answer from “It’s Standard” What is -3/5 ?

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$200 Question from “It’s Standard” The slope of the line 18y - 2x = 30

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$200 Answer from “It’s Standard” What is 1/9 ?

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$300 Question from “It’s Standard” The y-intercept of the line 4x + 10y = 30

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$300 Answer from “It’s Standard” What is 3 ?

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$400 Question from “It’s Standard” The y-intercept of the line -7x + 15y = 9

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$400 Answer from “It’s Standard” What is 3/5 ?

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$500 Question from “It’s Standard” The slope of the line x = 5

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$500 Answer from “It’s Standard” What is undefined ?

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$100 Question from “Understanding Slope” The letter used to represent slope?

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$100 Answer from “Understanding Slope” What is m ?

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$200 Question from “Understanding Slope” The letter used to represent the y-intercept

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$200 Answer from “Understanding Slope” What is b ?

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$300 Question from “Understanding Slope” The formula used to find the slope of a line if given 2 points

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$300 Answer from “Understanding Slope” What is m = y 2 – y 1 ? _____________________ x 2 – x 1

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$400 Question from “Understanding Slope” The Greek letter that means “change in”

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$400 Answer from “Understanding Slope” What is Delta ? ∆

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$500 Question from “Understanding Slope” Slope is sometimes referred to as the __________ between two points

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$500 Answer from “Understanding Slope” What is “rate of change” ?

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$100 Question from “Graphs” The type of slope represented below

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$100 Answer from “Graphs” What is negative?

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$200 Question from “Graphs” The type of slope represented below

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$200 Answer from “Graphs” What is zero?

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$300 Question from “Graphs” The type of slope represented below

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$300 Answer from “Graphs” What is undefined?

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$400 Question from “Graphs” Slope of the line

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$400 Answer from “Graphs” What is ¾ ?

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$500 Question from “Graphs” Slope of the line

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$500 Answer from “Graphs” What is -2?

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Final Jeopardy Two words/phrases that have been discussed as possible reasons that “m ” is used to represent slope

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Final Jeopardy Answer What is “monter,” the French word for “to climb” and “modulus of slope”

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