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THIS. IS. Algeopardy. Your. With. Host. Mrs. Ryks. Algeopardy. Number Sets / Exponents. Press your Luck. Simplifying. Order of Ops. Algebraic Expressions. Functions. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400.

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THIS

IS

Algeopardy


Your

With

Host...

Mrs. Ryks


Algeopardy

Number

Sets / Exponents

Press your Luck

Simplifying

Order of Ops

Algebraic Expressions

Functions

100

100

100

100

100

100

200

200

200

200

200

200

300

300

300

300

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300

400

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400

400

500

500

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500


Simplify by combining like terms:

-6x – x – 3x2 + 2x

A 100


-3x2 – 5x

A 100


Simplify:

5x2 – 2(x – 3x2)

A 200


8x2 - 2x

A 200


Simplify by combining like terms:

2x + 5y2 + 3x + 2y2

A 300


5x + 7y2

A 300





2(x - 6) + 3x = 2x + 2(-6) + 3x Dist. Prop. operation or property.

= 2x + -12 + 3x Multiply

= 2x + 3x + -12Comm. Prop.

= (2x + 3x) + -12Associative Prop.

= 5x + -12 Combine Like Terms

A 500


Evaluate: -4 operation or property.2 + 24 / 3 x 2

B 100


0 operation or property.

B 100


Evaluate: 6.8 (2) + 7.1 ( 3) operation or property.

B 200


34.9 operation or property.

B 200


Evaluate: operation or property.

(4 +3)(5 + 3)

2 + 3(4)

B 300


4 operation or property.

B 300


Evaluate: 2(3 x 5 operation or property.2)

3

B 400


50 operation or property.

B 400


Evaluate: 0.09 – 10.4 operation or property.

B 500


-10.31 operation or property.

B 500



-5 operation or property.

C 100


Evaluate: a operation or property.2 – b + c

if a = -3, b = 5, c = 8

C 200


12 operation or property.

C 200


Pens cost 79 cents each and notebooks cost $1.20. Write an algebraic expression to represent the cost of 3 pens and n notebooks.

C 300


.79(3) + 1.20n algebraic expression to represent the cost of 3 pens and n notebooks.

C 300


DAILY DOUBLE algebraic expression to represent the cost of 3 pens and n notebooks.

DAILY DOUBLE

C 400


Evaluate: -(ab algebraic expression to represent the cost of 3 pens and n notebooks.2 – ab)2

if a = 3, b = 5

C 400


-3600 algebraic expression to represent the cost of 3 pens and n notebooks.

C 400


A swimming pool contains 30,000 gallons of water. The pool is drained at a rate of 100 gallons per minute. Write a rule for the amount of water in the pool when x minutes have gone by. Find the amount of water in the pool when ½ hour has gone by (write as ordered pair).

C 500


y = 30,000 – 100x is drained at a rate of 100 gallons per minute. Write a rule for the amount of water in the pool when

(30 min, 27,000 gallons)

C 500





(0,5) is not in any quadrant graph.

(lies on the y-axis)

D 200


Generate ordered pairs for the function for x = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2:

y = -x2 – 1

Then, describe what the graph will look like.

D 300


(-2,-5) 1, 2:

(-1,-2)

(0,-1)

(1,-2)

(2,-5)

Should be a u-shape (parabola)

D 300


A piano teacher charges a flat rate of $50 plus $5 per lesson. Write a rule for the cost of lessons. Then, write ordered pairs for 3, 5, and 10 lessons.

Describe what the graph will look like.

D 400


y = 5x + 50 lesson. Write a rule for the cost of lessons. Then, write ordered pairs for 3, 5, and 10 lessons.

(3 lessons,$65)

(5 lessons,$75)

(10 lessons,$100)

Should be linear (line)

D 400


A loan salesman receives $4000 salary plus $120 per loan he processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

Describe what the graph will look like.

D 500


y = $4000 + 120x processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

(2 loans,$4240)

(5 loans,$4600)

(15 loans,$5800)

Should be linear (line)

D 500


Name all number sets that the number belongs: 4 processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

E 100


Natural, Whole, Integer, Rational, Real processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

E 100


Name all number sets that the number belongs: 3 processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

4

E 200


Rational, Real processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

E 200


Name all number sets that the number belongs: processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

√25

7

E 300


Rational, Real processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

E 300


Evaluate: -(3/4) processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.2

and then name all number sets that the

number belongs.

E 400


-9/16 processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

Rational, Real

E 400


Write 81 as a power of the base -3. processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

E 500


(-3) processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed. 4

E 500


Where did Mrs. Ryks teach before Marshall? processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

F 100


Shakopee Middle School processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

F 100


How many kids does Mrs. Ryks have? processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

F 200


3 kids… processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

Laurel (5 years)

Matthew (3 years)

Ben (7 months)

F 200


Where did Mrs. Ryks graduate high school from? processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

F 300


Tracy-Milroy processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

(Go Panthers!)

F 300


If Mrs. Ryks could not be a math teacher, what would she do? processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

F 400


Get paid to travel the world processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

with her family

Be a geography teacher

Be a travel agent

Be a school / career counselor

F 400


What instrument did Mrs. Ryks play in band in high school? processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

F 500


Trumpet processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

(she tried anyway)

F 500


Evaluate: processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

-(x2 – xy3 + 4)2 for x = -1, y = 2

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Final Jeopardy answer: processes. Write a rule for the amount the salesman earns, based on these numbers. Write ordered pairs for the amount earned for 2 loans, 5 loans, and 15 loans processed.

-169

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