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Jeopardy

Triangle Inequality Theorems

Angle Side Relationships

Hinge Theorem

Misc.

Converse of Hinge Theorem

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Final Jeopardy

$100 Question from Angle Side Relationship

If two sides of a triangle are not congruent, the larger angle is _________ the longer side.

$100 Answer from Angle Side Relationship

What is opposite?

$200 Question from Angle Side Relationship

This is the order of the angles from least to greatest.

$200 Answer from Angle Side Relationship

What is <F, <H, and <G?

$300 Question from Angle Side Relationship

This is the order of the angles from least to greatest.

$300 Answer from Angle Side Relationship

What is <B, <A, and <C?

$400 Question from Angle Side Relationship

This is the sides in order from shortest to longest.

$400 Answer fromAngle Side Relationship

What is , , and ?

$500 Question fromAngle Side Relationship

This is the order of the sides from shortest to longest.

$500 Answer from Angle Side Relationship

What is , , and ?

$100 Question from Triangle Inequality Theorem

The sum of any 2 side lengths of a triangle is __________ the third side length.

$100 Answer from Triangle Inequality Theorem

What is greater than?

$200 Question from Triangle Inequality Theorem

A triangle can have sides of 10, 7 and 19 – why or why not

$200 Answer from Triangle Inequality Theorem

What is no because 10 + 7 is not greater than 19?

$300 Question from Triangle Inequality Theorem

A triangle sides measure 10 and 6. This is the range of the third side.

$400 Question fromTriangle Inequality Theorem

The sides of a triangle are 6.2, 7.5 and 9.3. Why or why not?

$400 Answer from Triangle Inequality Theorem

What is yes because 6.2 + 7.5 > 9.3

6.2 + 9.3 > 7.5

7.5 + 9.3 > 6.2?

$500 Question from Triangle Inequality Theorem

This the range of the third side of a triangle with side lengths 12 and 5.

$100 Question from Hinge Theorem

If two sides of one triangle are congruent to two sides of another triangle and the included angles are not congruent, then the ______ third side is across from the larger included angle.

$100 Answer from Hinge Theorem

What is longer?

$200 Question from Hinge Theorem

This is the comparison of AB and DE.

$300 Question from Hinge Theorem

This is the comparison between QR and ST.

$400 Question from Hinge Theorem

This is the range of the values for x.

$500 Question from Hinge Theorem

This is the range of values for x.

$100 Question from Converse of Hinge Theorem

If two sides of one triangle are congruent to two sides of another triangle and the third sides are not congruent, then the larger included angle is _________ from the longer third side.

$100 Answer from Converse of Hinge Theorem

What is across or opposite?

$200 Question fromConverse of Hinge Theorem

This is the comparison of m<BAC and m<DAC.

$200 Answer from Converse of Hinge Theorem

What is m<BAC > m<DAC?

$300 Question from Converse of Hinge Theorem

This is the comparison between m<EGH and m<EGF.

$400 Question from Converse of Hinge Theorem

This is the range of the values of x.

$500 Question from Converse of Hinge Theorem

This is the range of the values of x.

$100 Question from Misc.

If two angles of a triangle are not congruent, then the ________ side is opposite the larger angle.

$100 Answer from Misc.

What is longest?

$200 Answer from Misc.

What is 34˚ ?

$300 Question from Misc.

All the angles in a triangle add up to this.

$300 Answer from Misc.

What is 180˚?

$400 Question from Misc.

This is the range for the distance between San Francisco and Oakland

$500 Question from Misc.

Mrs. Russo wants to place her chair 15 feet away from the pool. Can the other distances be 9 and 4.5?

chair

tree

pool

Final Jeopardy

Three cell phone towers are shown below. The measure of <Mis 10° less than the measure of <K. The measure of <Lis 1° greater than the measure of <K. These are the two towers that are closest together?

Final Jeopardy Answer

What is towers K and L?

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