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Geometry Jeopardy. Lines in the Coordinate Plane. GEOMETRY JEOPARDY CATEGORIES. Lines and Planes. Parallel, perpendicular, and skew lines and planes. Special Angles. Angles related to transversals. Postulates Theorems. Complete postulates and theorems. Slope.

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Geometry jeopardy

Geometry Jeopardy

Lines in the Coordinate Plane


Geometry jeopardy categories
GEOMETRY JEOPARDY CATEGORIES

Lines and

Planes

Parallel, perpendicular, and skew lines and planes.

Special

Angles

Angles related to transversals.

Postulates

Theorems

Complete postulates and theorems.

Slope

Interpret/apply facts about slope.

Equations

Interpret/write equations of lines.


R u l e s
~Rules~

  • Teams will answer questions in random order

  • Each team will have the same number of turns

  • Teams will have 30 sec. to answer a question

  • If a team answers a question incorrectly, the next team will get a chance to steal the points

  • The team with the most points at the end of the game will win 5 extra credit points on our next test (for each team member.) The second place team will receive 4 points. Then 3 points, etc.


Lines and

Planes

Special

Angles

Postulates

Theorems

Slope

Equations

of Lines

100

100

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100

100

200

200

200

200

200

300

300

300

300

300

400

400

400

400

400

500

500

500

500

500


A. AEand EH

B. AEand FG

C. AEand DH

D. AEand GH

Lines and Planes, 100

Name a pair of perpendicular segments.


A. BFand EH

B. BFand FG

C. BFand DH

D. BFand GH

Lines and Planes, 200

Name a pair of parallel segments.


A. BFand EF

B. BFand EH

C. BFand FG

D. BFand GC

Lines and Planes, 300

Name a pair of skew segments.


Lines and Planes, 400

Name a pair of parallel planes.

A. BFGand FEH

B. BFEand FGH

C. BFEand ADH

D. CBFand AEH


A. BF ||EH || FG

B. BF ||DH || CG

C. BC ||AD || HG

D. BC ||EF || HG

Lines and Planes, 500

Name a set of parallel lines.


A. 2and 8

B. 4and 5

C. 3and 6

D. 2and 6

Special Angles, 100

Name a pair of alternate interior angles.


A. 2and 8

B. 2and 6

C. 3and 6

D. 2and 3

Special Angles, 200

Name a pair of same-side interior angles.


A. 2and 5

B. 4and 5

C. 3and 6

D. 2and 6

Special Angles, 300

Name a pair of corresponding angles.


A. 2and 5

B. 1and 5

C. 3and 5

D. 1and 2

Special Angles, 400

Name a pair of congruent angles.


A. 2and 3

B. 1and 5

C. 3and 4

D. 1and 2

Special Angles, 500

Name a pair of supplementary angles.


Postulates & Theorems, 100

Complete the following postulate.

If two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, then the pairs of corresponding angles are ___.

?

A. parallel

B. vertical

C. supplementary

D. congruent


If two coplanar lines are cut by a transversal so that a pair of alternate interior angles are congruent, then the two lines are ___.

?

Postulates & Theorems, 200

Complete the following theorem.

A. parallel

B. perpendicular

C. supplementary

D. congruent


Postulates & Theorems, 300 pair of alternate interior angles are congruent, then the two lines are ___.

Complete the following theorem.

If two coplanar lines are cut by a transversal so that a pair of same-side interior angles are ___ , then the two lines are parallel.

?

A. parallel

B. vertical

C. supplementary

D. congruent


In a plane, if a transversal is perpendicular to one of two parallel lines, then it is ___ to the other line.

?

Postulates & Theorems, 400

Complete the following theorem.

A. parallel

B. perpendicular

C. supplementary

D. congruent


If two coplanar lines are perpendicular to the same line, then the two lines are ___ to each other.

?

Postulates & Theorems, 500

Complete the following theorem.

A. parallel

B. perpendicular

C. supplementary

D. congruent


Slope, 100 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Find the slope of a line containing the points (3, 4) and (-3, 1).

A. ½

B. -½

C. 2

D. -2


Slope, 200 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Find the slope of any horizontal line.

A. 1

B. -1

C. 0

D. undefined


Slope, 300 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Find the slope of any vertical line.

A. 1

B. -1

C. 0

D. undefined


A. AB then the two lines are ___ to each other.

B. AC

C. AD

D. DC

Slope, 400

Which line in the graph below has a negative slope?


What is the slope of a line perpendicular to the line DC? then the two lines are ___ to each other.

A.

C. -

Slope, 500

B. 6

D. -6


Equations of Lines, 100 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Which of the following is the point-slope form of a line?

A. y = mx + b

B. y –y1= m(x– x1)

C. x –y1= m(y– x1)

D. y + x = m + b


Equations of Lines, 200 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Which of the following is a line parallel to the line y = 4x + 8?

A. y = -4x + 8

B. y = -¼ x + 8

C. y = -4x + 2

D. y = 4x + 6


Equations of Lines, 300 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Which of the following is a line perpendicular to the line y = -2x + 5?

A. y = ½ x + 2

B. y = -½ x + 5

C. y = -2x + 2

D. y = 2x + 5


Equations of Lines, 400 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Which of the following is a line parallel to the line y = 8 through the point (-2, 4)?

A. y = 4

B. y = -8x

C. x = -2

D. x = 2x


Equations of Lines, 500 then the two lines are ___ to each other.

Which of the following is a line perpendicular to the line y = -2 through the point (-3, 7)?

A. y = -3

B. y = 7

C. x = -3

D. x = 7


NO! then the two lines are ___ to each other.


YES! then the two lines are ___ to each other.


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