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Jeopardy 400 400 400 400 400 300 300 300 300 300 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 Potpourri  Giant Polygons Triangl...
100 Name this angle
100 Name this triangle  (You must say “triangle” in your answer to get the points)
100 <ul><li>Is this a Polygon?  If yes, what is it’s name?  If no, why? </li></ul>
100 What stands in the Town Square of Barletta in front of the Church of San Sepolcro?
100 What is a RUN-ON sentence?
200 Name this angle
200 Name this triangle 3 inches 3 inches 3 inches
200 Is this a Polygon?  If yes, what is it’s name?  If no, why?
200 How do you know that the people in Barletta love the Mysterious Giant? (Bonus, what kind of question is this one?  Eas...
200 In what region of California would you find sand dunes, rolling hills, and redwood trees?
300 Name this angle
300 Name this Triangle 5 feet 7 feet 5 feet
300 Is this a Polygon?  If yes, what is it’s name?  If no, why?
300 When the army saw the Mysterious Giant crying, the general said to the Giant, “No Tricks Now”.  Why do you think the A...
300 What vocabulary word from the Mysterious Giant of Barletta means  “To speak very loudly and powerfully”?
400 What is the name of the angle that has a square corner?
400 Amelia walked around a garden that is shaped like an equilateral triangle.  If one corner to another is 8 feet long.  ...
400 Is this a Polygon?  If yes, what is it’s name?  If no, why?
400 How can you tell that The Mysterious Giant is happy with the result of his and Zia Cocetta’s plan?
400 You have an isosceles triangle whose perimeter is 18 cm.  You know that the difference of one of the two long sides  a...
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Jeopardy math chapter 9 and Mysterious Giant of Barletta

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Jeopardy math chapter 9 and Mysterious Giant of Barletta

  1. 1. Jeopardy 400 400 400 400 400 300 300 300 300 300 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 Potpourri Giant Polygons Triangle Angles
  2. 2. 100 Name this angle
  3. 3. 100 Name this triangle (You must say “triangle” in your answer to get the points)
  4. 4. 100 <ul><li>Is this a Polygon? If yes, what is it’s name? If no, why? </li></ul>
  5. 5. 100 What stands in the Town Square of Barletta in front of the Church of San Sepolcro?
  6. 6. 100 What is a RUN-ON sentence?
  7. 7. 200 Name this angle
  8. 8. 200 Name this triangle 3 inches 3 inches 3 inches
  9. 9. 200 Is this a Polygon? If yes, what is it’s name? If no, why?
  10. 10. 200 How do you know that the people in Barletta love the Mysterious Giant? (Bonus, what kind of question is this one? Easy, medium, or open-ended?)
  11. 11. 200 In what region of California would you find sand dunes, rolling hills, and redwood trees?
  12. 12. 300 Name this angle
  13. 13. 300 Name this Triangle 5 feet 7 feet 5 feet
  14. 14. 300 Is this a Polygon? If yes, what is it’s name? If no, why?
  15. 15. 300 When the army saw the Mysterious Giant crying, the general said to the Giant, “No Tricks Now”. Why do you think the Author wrote that?
  16. 16. 300 What vocabulary word from the Mysterious Giant of Barletta means “To speak very loudly and powerfully”?
  17. 17. 400 What is the name of the angle that has a square corner?
  18. 18. 400 Amelia walked around a garden that is shaped like an equilateral triangle. If one corner to another is 8 feet long. What is the entire distance Amelia walked around the garden?
  19. 19. 400 Is this a Polygon? If yes, what is it’s name? If no, why?
  20. 20. 400 How can you tell that The Mysterious Giant is happy with the result of his and Zia Cocetta’s plan?
  21. 21. 400 You have an isosceles triangle whose perimeter is 18 cm. You know that the difference of one of the two long sides and the one short side is 6 cm. How long is the short side? (Draw a picture and use GUESS and CHECK)

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