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• Answer slide immediately follows each question slide. Click on question mark to go to answer.
• Clicking left box at bottom returns to game board. Clicking right box returns to question.

• Opening Screen Math Jeopardy
• Question Board Math Jeopardy Simplify 3 1 5 5 4 4 3 2 3 2 1 5 4 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 2 2 1 3 4 5 Add/subtract Pythagorean Theorem Distance Midpoint Multiply Solve Equations 1
• 1-1Q 1 Point Answer Back to Gameboard
• 1-1A 1 Point Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
• 1-2Q Answer 2 Points Back to Gameboard
• 1-2A 2 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 1-3Q Answer 3 Points Back to Gameboard
• 1-3A 3 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 1-4Q Answer 4 Points Back to Gameboard
• 1-4A 4 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 1-5Q Answer 5 Points Back to Gameboard
• 1-5A 5 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 2-1Q Answer 1 Point Back to Gameboard
• 2-1A 1 Point Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 2-2Q Answer 2 Points Back to Gameboard
• 2-2A 2 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 2-3Q Answer 3 Points Back to Gameboard
• 2-3A 3 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 2-4Q Answer 4 Points Back to Gameboard
• 2-4A 0 4 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 2-5Q Answer 5 Points Back to Gameboard
• 2-5A 5 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 3-1Q Name 1 Pythagorean Triple Answer 1 Point Back to Gameboard
• 3-1A 1 Point 3,4,5 7,24,25 5,12,13 Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 3-2Q Is the following a Pythagorean Triple? 180,195,75 Answer 2 Points Back to Gameboard
• 3-2A yes 2 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 3-3Q Mary biked 3 miles south and then 1 mile east. How much longer was her bike route than the direct route (as the bird flys)? Answer 3 Points Back to Gameboard
• 3-3A 3 points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 3-4Q Prove that the following points do or do not make a right triangle (I must see your CORRECT work in order for you to win! A(5,2), B(-5,0), C(1,22) Answer 4 Points Back to Gameboard DAILY DOUBLE
• 3-4A 4 Points Use the distance formula to find the distance from A to B, from B to C and from C to A. A to B is B to C is C to A is Take the three values and plug them into the Pythagorean Theorem to see if they work. Remember that is side c because it is the largest. This is true, so therefore those three points do make a right triangle. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 3-5Q
• Which of the following are Pythagorean Triples? (circle all that apply!)
• 8,9,20
• 30,40,50
• 6,7,13
• 10,24,26
• 3,4,5
• 5,12,13
Answer 5 points Back to Gameboard
• 3-5A B, D, E, F 5 points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 4-1Q Find the midpoint of the following: (-3,-3), (6,7) Answer 1 Point Back to Gameboard
• 4-1A (3/2, 2) 1 Point Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 4-2Q Find the distance between the following points: (-3,-3), (6,7) Answer 2 Points Back to Gameboard DAILY DOUBLE
• 4-2A 2 points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 4-3Q Find the distance and midpoint of the following: (0,0), (-8,9) Answer 3 Points Back to Gameboard
• 4-3A Distance: Midpoint: (-4,9.2) 3 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 4-4Q Find distance of each side of the following polygon: (0,3), (3,2), (2,-1) Answer 4 points Back to Gameboard
• 4-4A 4 Points Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 4-5Q Find the perimeter of the following polygon: (1,5), (3,3), (1,1), (-1,2), (-1,4) Answer 5 Points Back to Gameboard
• 4-5A 5 Points Draw the previous polygon on graph paper. Use the pythagorean theorem or the distance formula to find the length of each side. Add all five sides together, combining like radicals as you do. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 5-1Q Answer 1 Point Back to Gameboard
• 5-1A 1 Point Use the distributive property – multiply the numbers outside of the radical together, and the numbers inside the radical together. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 5-2Q Answer 2 Points Back to Gameboard
• 5-2A 2 Points Use the area model to multiply together. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 5-3Q Answer 3 Points Back to Gameboard
• 5-3A 3 Points Use the area model to multiply together. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 5-4Q Answer 4 Points Back to Gameboard
• 5-4A 4 Points Use the area model to multiply the first two binomials together. Take the answer and the third binomial and multiply them together in the area model. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 5-5Q Find the area and perimeter of the following rectangle: Answer 5 Points Back to Gameboard
• 5-5A 5 Points Use the area model to multiply the length and width together. Add all four sides together to find the perimeter. Back to Gameboard Back to Problem
• 6-1Q Answer 1 Point Back to Gameboard
• 6-1A 1 point
• Isolate the radical on one side of the equation.
• Square both sides to get rid of the radical.
• Solve for x.
• This could be by solving the equation
• This could be by using the quadratic formula