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Jeopardy

Mathematics 1

EOCT Review

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- The solution to:
- 3x – 5 = 10

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- The solution to:
- 3x2 – 17 = 31

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- The solution to:
- x3 + 15 = 79

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- The solutions to:
- x2 + 15x + 56 = 0

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- The solutions to:
- |x| = x2

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- The sum of the interior angles of a triangle.

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- The sum of the interior angles of a pentagon.

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- The measure of one interior angle of a regular octagon.

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- This shape is a quadrilateral with all right angles.

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- This is the value for x for a triangle that has angles that measure x, 2x, and 3x.

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- The total number of cars Jeff has to choose from:
Ford: 10

Chevy: 3

Toyota: 4

Nissan: 8

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- The number of ways 1 marble can be chosen from 7.

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- The number of ways Santa’s 8 reindeer can be arranged for the sleigh.

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- The IQR of the set of numbers:
- 17, 23, 33, 48, 57, 62, 66

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- The MAD of the set of numbers:
- 14, 26, 15, 25, 38, 2

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- The probability of picking a black card from a standard deck of cards.

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- The probability of picking a red queen from a standard deck of cards.

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- The probability of picking a red 7 AND a black 7 in that order with 2 draws without replacement.

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- The probability of randomly putting 7 students in order alphabetically.

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- The probability of making a 100 on a 10 question multiple choice test with four choices on each question.

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- The point where a line crosses the x-axis.

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- In a set of numbers, this is the number or numbers that occur most often.

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- A line or ray that divides an angle in half.

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- The sum of the products of the probabilities of each payoff in an experiment.

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- The point of concurrency of the perpendicular bisectors of a triangle.

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- What is x = 5?

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- What is x = +/-4?

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- What is x = 4?

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- What is x = {-7, -8}

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- What is x = {-1, 0, 1}

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- What is 180°?

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- What is 540°?

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- What is 135°

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- What is a rectangle?

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- What is 30°

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- What is 25?

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- What is 7?

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- What is 40,320?

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- What is 39?

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- What is 9.666…?

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- What is 26/52 or 1/2?

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- What is 2/52 or 1/26?

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- What is 1/663?

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- What is 1/5040?

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- What is 1/410 or 1/1048576?

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- What is a zero or x-intercept?

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- What is Mode?

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- What is angle bisector?

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- What is expected value?

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- What is circumcenter?

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