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- 1. Start Here Press F5 to start game Template Version 5
- 2. Opening Screen <ul><li>Chapter 2: Graphs & Equations </li></ul>This is… Math Jeopardy
- 3. Question Board Math Jeopardy Linear Equations $300 $100 $500 $500 $400 $400 $300 $200 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $200 $200 $100 $300 $400 $500 Linear Models Abs. Value/ Inequality Graphs Direct Variation Function? (empty) $100 Final Jeopardy
- 4. Category 1 – 10 Point Question Write a perpendicular line to y = ¼ x + 6 $100 Answer Back to Gameboard
- 5. Category 1 – 10 Point Answer y = - 4x ± C $100 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 6. Answer $200 Write the equation of a line parallel to y = 3x + ½ going through point (3 , 2). Back to Gameboard
- 7. Category 1 – 20 Point Answer y = 3x - 7 $200 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 8. Category 1 – 30 Point Question Write in slope-intercept form of the equation of the line through points (3,4) and (0,5) Answer $300 Back to Gameboard DAILY DOUBLE
- 9. Category 1 – 30 Point Answer Find slope then use point slope: y- y ₁ = m(x-x₁) y = ⅓ x + 5 $300 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 10. Category 1 – 40 Point Question Given the point (2, 3), write an equation whose slope is zero and another whose slope is undefined. Answer $400 Back to Gameboard
- 11. Category 1 – 40 Point Answer x = 2; vertical line y = 3; horizontal line $400 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 12. Category 1 – 50 Point Question Write the standard formula for a linear equation. What do each of the letters in the formula represent? Answer $500 Back to Gameboard
- 13. Category 1 – 50 Point Answer Ax + By = C A & B = coefficients and A is a positive integer x & y = variables C = constant $500 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 14. Category 2 – 10 Point Question When a linear regression line passes through quadrants III and I, is it increasing (positive) or decreasing (negative)? Answer $100 Back to Gameboard
- 15. Category 2 – 10 Point Answer Increasing positively $100 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 16. Category 2 – 20 Point Question What is the equation of the line that best fits this data? Answer $200 Back to Gameboard X Y 1985 5 1987 12 1989 19 1991 28
- 17. Category 2 – 20 Point Answer y = 3.8x + 4.6 $200 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 18. Category 2 – 30 Point Question Given the data below, what should the window of your calculator be? Answer $300 Back to Gameboard X Y 0 2 4 11 -3 -1 10 19 1 7
- 19. Category 2 – 30 Point Answer Window: Xmin: -3 Xmax: 10 Ymin: -1 Ymax: 19 $300 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 20. Category 2 – 40 Point Question Susie Smart wants to know how long it will take to pay off her loan for her trip to Puerto Rico. What are the independent and dependent variables? When will the trip be paid off? Answer $400 Back to Gameboard
- 21. Category 2 – 40 Point Answer Independent: time Dependent: cost $$ At the x-intercept it will be paid off. $400 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 22. Given the linear regression line: y = .5x - 4.25 predict the value of the independent variable when the dependent variable is 11.75. Answer $500 Back to Gameboard
- 23. Category 2 – 50 Point Answer Independent variable, x = 32 $500 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 24. Category 3 – 10 Point Question Describe the graph of y= - |x| - 2 (include vertex) Answer $100 Back to Gameboard
- 25. Category 3 – 10 Point Answer Upside down V-shaped with vertex on (0 , -2) Shift down 2 $100 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 26. Category 3 – 20 Point Question Answer $200 Write the equation of the graph to the left. Back to Gameboard
- 27. Category 3 – 20 Point Answer y = |x - 4| + 2 $200 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 28. Category 3 – 30 Point Question Draw the graph of y > 3x – 6 (shade answer) Answer $300 Back to Gameboard
- 29. Category 3 – 30 Point Answer $300 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 30. Describe in words the graph of y = - |x + 1| - 3 Answer $400 Back to Gameboard
- 31. Category 3 – 40 Point Answer V shape upside down Shifted to the left by 1 Shifted down by 3 Vertex (-1 , -3) $400 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 32. Category 3 – 50 Point Question Draw and shade the graph y ≤ |x + 3| - 1 Answer $500 Back to Gameboard
- 33. Category 3 – 50 Point Answer $500 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 34. Category 4 – 10 Point Question Is this a direct variation? y – 4x = 0 If so, write the equation. Answer $100 Back to Gameboard
- 35. Category 4 – 10 Point Answer Yes y = 4x $100 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 36. Category 4 – 20 Point Question Is this a direct variation? If so, write the equation and value of k. Answer $200 Back to Gameboard
- 37. Category 4 – 20 Point Answer Yes y = ⅔ x k = ⅔ $200 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 38. Category 4 – 30 Point Question If y = 9 when x = 3, find x, when y = 12. Answer $300 Back to Gameboard
- 39. Category 4 – 30 Point Answer x = 4 $300 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 40. Category 4 – 40 Point Question Write an equation for a direct variation with a graph that passes through point (-9, -27). Answer $400 Back to Gameboard
- 41. Category 4 – 40 Point Answer y = 3x $400 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 42. If y = -4 when x = ½, find y when x = ⅔. Answer $500 Back to Gameboard
- 43. Category 4 – 50 Point Answer y = -5.3 $500 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 44. Category 5 – 10 Point Question Answer $100 What is the definition of a function and draw an example graph of a function? Back to Gameboard
- 45. Category 5 – 10 Point Answer A function is a relation in which each element of the domain is paired with exactly one element in the range. (x-coordinate not repeating) $100 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 46. Answer $200 Is x = 3 a function? Back to Gameboard
- 47. Category 5 – 20 Point Answer $200 No, Vertical line Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 48. Category 5 – 30 Point Question Answer $300 Is 2x² + 4 a function? What is the domain and the range? Back to Gameboard
- 49. Category 5 – 30 Point Answer $300 Yes, parabola D: All Reals R: y ≥ 4 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 50. Is - |x - 2| + 12 a function? What is the domain and the range? Answer $400 Back to Gameboard DAILY DOUBLE
- 51. Category 5 – 40 Point Answer Yes, upside down V-shaped D: All Reals R: y ≤ 12 $400 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 52. Is x² + y² = 4 a function? Bonus: What is the domain and range? Answer $500 Back to Gameboard
- 53. Category 5 – 50 Point Answer No, a circle Bonus: D: -2 ≤ x ≤ 2 R: -2 ≤ y ≤ 2 $500 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 54. Category 6 – 10 Point Question What team won the Duke vs. UNC Men’s basketball game last night? Answer $100 Back to Gameboard
- 55. Category 6 – 10 Point Answer Duke $100 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 56. Category 6 – 20 Point Question Where did Ms. Jarvis go to college for her undergraduate degree? Answer $200 Back to Gameboard DAILY DOUBLE
- 57. Category 6 – 20 Point Answer Meredith College $200 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 58. Who are the Democratic and Republican nominees for President and Vice President? Answer $300 Back to Gameboard
- 59. Category 6 – 30 Point Answer Barack Obama - D Joe Biden - VP John McCain - R Sarah Palin - VP $300 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 60. Category 6 – 40 Point Question Name the October and November SAT test dates. Answer $400 Back to Gameboard
- 61. Category 6 – 40 Point Answer October 4 th November 1 st $400 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 62. Why does taking the square root of y² = y. Work it out mathematically. Answer $500 Back to Gameboard
- 63. Category 6 – 50 Point Answer $500 Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 64. Final Jeopardy Question If f(x) = -x² - 1 and g(x) = 2x +5 Find a) f(4) and b) g(f(x)) Final Jeopardy Answer Back to Gameboard
- 65. Final Jeopardy Answer a) f(4) = -17 b) -2x² + 3 Final Jeopardy Back to Problem Back to Gameboard
- 66. Final Jeopardy Help Final Jeopardy Nice Try.
- 67. Sound and other objects sn0065A Slot machines J0074879 Space Laser J0074877 Space Laser 2 Do Not Delete! Contains objects for game. J0097484 Large Explosion J0074988 Space Door DAILY DOUBLE
- 68. Testing Area
- 69. Help for Teachers – Keep as last slide Help for Teachers <ul><li>To create a new set of categories and problems : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Update topics on title screen (slide 2) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Rename category headers on question board (slide 3) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Change category help slides (immediately following question board) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Modify questions and answers (answers immediately follow each question slide) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Cut and Paste Daily Doubles </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Tips : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Questions and answers are MathType objects. It is easier if you keep it that way. Even for text problems. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>To put copy of question on the answer slide, copy and paste the MathType object from the question slide then resize. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The EXIT graphic on the game board will exit WITHOUT saving anything. It is intended for student use when playing. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Make sure you test your game to make sure everything is linked and working correctly. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>When playing the intro screen of the game you can click in the lower right corner at any time to skip the intro and go directly to the question board. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Do NOT : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Change any hyperlinks </li></ul></ul>Type <ctrl><home> to return to 1 st slide

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