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Jeopardy

Simple

Review

Compound

Inequalities

Absolute

Value

Word

Problems

Random

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Final Jeopardy

$100 Simple Review

Solve, graph, describe: 10 > -5y

$100 Answer Simple Review

y > -2

$200 Simple Review

Simplify:

$300 Answer Simple Review

No Solution

$400 Simple Review

Evaluate: if a=2, b= -4, and c=3

$500 Simple Review

Solve, graph, describe: y ≥ -1 and y ≥ 3

$100 Compound Inequalities

Solve, graph, describe: w < 0 and w ≥ 4

$100 Answer Compound Inequalities

No Solution

$200 Answer Compound Inequalities

All real numbers

$300 Answer Compound Inequalities

-2 ≤ x ≤ 4

$400 Compound Inequalities Answer

No Solution

$100 Absolute Value

Solve: │3x – 2│= 8

$100 Answer Absolute Value

{ -2, 10/3}

$200 Absolute Value

Solve, graph, describe:

$200 Answer Absolute Value

x ≤ 1 or x ≥ 5

$300 Absolute Value

Solve, graph, describe:

$300 Answer Absolute Value

-12 ≤ d ≤ 12

$400 Absolute Value

Solve, graph, describe:

$400 Answer Absolute Value

d < -1 or d > 1/3

$500 Absolute Value

Solve, graph, describe:

$500 Answer Absolute Value

2 < t < 6

$100 Word Problems

Define a variable, write an equation/inequality,

and solve. The length of a rectangle is 5 cm

more than twice its width. Find the length and

width if the perimeter is 82 cm.

$200 Word Problems

Define a variable, write an equation/inequality,

and solve. Find all sets of three consecutive

odd integers whose sum is between 36 and 50.

$300 Word Problems

Define a variable, write an equation/inequality,

and solve. The base angles of an isosceles

triangle each measure fifteen degrees less than

half the measure of the vertex angle. Find the

measures of the angles of the triangle.

$300 Answer Word Problems

37.5º, 37.5º, 105º

$400 Word Problems

Define a variable, write an equation/inequality,

and solve. A women drove part of a 185 mile

trip at 50 mi/h and the rest at 55 mi/h. Find the

distance she traveled at 50 mi/h if her total

driving time was 3 h and 30 minutes.

$400 Answer Word Problems

75 miles

$500 Word Problems

Define a variable, write an equation/inequality,

and solve. A grocer wants to mix peanuts and

cashews to produce 20 lbs of mixed nuts worth

$6.20/lb. How many pounds of each kind of

nut should she use if peanuts cost $4.80/lb and

cashews cost $8/lb?

$100 Answer Random Review

A) RQZWN B) RQ C) RI D) RQZ

$200 Random Review

Solve for y: 6xy + 2a + 5yz = c

$300 Random Review

If I have n nickels and three more

nickels than dimes, write an expression

to represent the value in cents of my coins.

$300 Answer Random Review

0.05(n) + 0.1( n – 3)

$400 Random Review

Evaluate:

$500 Random Review

Define a variable, write an equation/inequality,

and solve. A purse contains $2.05 in nickels,

dimes, and quarters. There are twice as many

nickels as dimes and three fewer quarters than

nickels. Determine the number of each coin.

Final Jeopardy

Define a variable, write an equation/inequality,

and solve. A bus is to be chartered for the senior

class trip. The basic fare is $9.50 per passenger. If more than 20 people go, everyone’s are is reduced

by $0.30 for each passenger over this number (20).

At least how many people must go to make the fare less than $7.50 per passenger?

Final Jeopardy Answer

At least 27 people must go.

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