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Chapter 1 Jeopardy. Algebraic Expressions. Abs Value / Comparing. Equations / Inequalities. Integers. Press Your Luck. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400.

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Chapter 1 jeopardy

Chapter 1 Jeopardy

Algebraic

Expressions

Abs Value / Comparing

Equations / Inequalities

Integers

Press Your Luck

Q $100

Q $100

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Final Jeopardy


100 question from algebraic expressions

$100 Question from Algebraic Expressions

Evaluate each expression for the given

Values of the variables:

x(y – 8) for x = 7 and y = 5


100 answer from algebraic expressions

$100 Answer from Algebraic Expressions

-21


200 question from algebraic expressions

$200 Question from Algebraic Expressions

Evaluate the expression for the given

Value of the variable:

x(5 – y) for x = -8 and y = -5


200 answer from algebraic expressions

$200 Answer from Algebraic Expressions

-80


300 question from algebraic expressions

$300 Question from Algebraic Expressions

Write an algebraic expression

for each word phrase:

6 times the sum of 4 and y


300 answer from algebraic expressions

$300 Answer from Algebraic Expressions

6(4 + y)


400 question from algebraic expressions

$400 Question from Algebraic Expressions

Write an algebraic expression for each word phrase:

2 less than the quotient of m and 8


400 answer from algebraic expressions

$400 Answer from Algebraic Expressions

(m/8) - 2


500 question from algebraic expressions

$500 Question from Algebraic Expressions

Translate the algebraic expression into words:

8(m - 5)


500 answer from algebraic expressions

$500 Answer from Algebraic Expressions

8 times the difference of m and 5


100 question from absolute value inequalities

$100 Question from Absolute Value / Inequalities

Find the additive inverse of the integer:

7


100 answer from absolute value inequalities

$100 Answer from Absolute Value / Inequalities

-7


200 question from absolute value inequalities

$200 Question from Absolute Value / Inequalities

Write the numbers in order from least

to greatest:

19, 4.7, 0, 15, -25, -25.5

Then, circle the ones that are integers


200 answer from absolute value inequalities

$200 Answer from Absolute Value / Inequalities

-25.5, -25, 0, 4.7, 15, 19


300 question from absolute value inequalities

$300 Question from Absolute Value / Inequalities

Simplify the expressions:

|-22| + |28| |-22 + 28|


300 answer from absolute value inequalities

$300 Answer from Absolute Value / Inequalities

|-22| + |28| |-22 + 28|

22 + 28 | 6 |

50 6


400 question from absolute value inequalities

$400 Question from Absolute Value / Inequalities

Solve and graph the inequality:

m + 4 ≤ -28


400 answer from absolute value inequalities

$400 Answer from Absolute Value / Inequalities

m ≤ -32

Closed to the left


500 question from absolute value inequalities

$500 Question from Absolute Value / Inequalities

Solve and graph the inequality

2 < a - (-5)


500 answer from absolute value inequalities

$500 Answer from Absolute Value / Inequalities

-3 < a

Graph should be open to the right


100 question from integers

$100 Question from Integers

Use properties to determine if both

expressions are equivalent:

5(x + 2) and 5x + 10

If they are, identify the property used.


100 answer from integers

$100 Answer from Integers

Yes, equivalent by the Distributive Property


200 question from integers

$200 Question from Integers

Evaluate:

-8 – 11


200 answer from integers

$200 Answer from Integers

-19


300 question from integers

$300 Question from Integers

Use <, >, =:.

Show what each side equals.

-2 + 2 -10 + 6


300 answer from integers

$300 Answer from Integers

4 = 4


400 question from integers

$400 Question from Integers

Evaluate:

-6(-5 + 9)


400 answer from integers

$400 Answer from Integers

-24


500 question from integers

$500 Question from Integers

Evaluate the expression:

-4x – 5 for x = 3


500 answer from integers

$500 Answer from Integers

-17


100 question from equations

$100 Question from Equations

Solve the equation:

57 = x - 28


100 answer from equations

$100 Answer from Equations

x = 85


200 question from equations

$200 Question from Equations

Solve the equation:

n + (-14) = -31


200 answer from equations

$200 Answer from Equations

-17 = n


300 question from equations

$300 Question from Equations

The price of gas today is $3.99. The price yesterday was $3.72. Write and solve an equation to find the increase in the

price of gas.


300 answer from equations

$300 Answer from Equations

X + 3.72 = 3.99

X = $0.27


400 question from equations

$400 Question from Equations

The Middle School gym can hold up to 300 people. 4 after-school clubs would like to use the gym at the same time. Each club has the same number of people. Write and solve an inequality to determine the most members each club could have in order to still fit in the gym.


400 answer from equations

$400 Answer from Equations

4y < 300

y < 75 people

Each club could have 75 people or less.


500 question from equations

$500 Question from Equations

Solve the equation:

(x/2) + 8 = 14


500 answer from equations

$500 Answer from Equations

12 = x


100 question from press your luck

$100 Question from Press Your Luck

How many kids does Mrs. Ryks have?


100 answer from press your luck

$100 Answer from Press Your Luck

3: Laurel, Matthew, and Ben


200 question from press your luck

$200 Question from Press Your Luck

Where did Mrs. Ryks graduate

from high school?


200 answer from press your luck

$200 Answer from Press Your Luck

Tracy-Milroy

(Go Panthers!)


300 question from press your luck

$300 Question from Press Your Luck

What instrument did Mrs. Ryks

play in high school?


300 answer from press your luck

$300 Answer from Press Your Luck

Trumpet

(she tried anyway)


400 question from press your luck

$400 Question from Press Your Luck

Where did Mrs. Ryks attend college?


400 answer from press your luck

$400 Answer from Press Your Luck

Winona State University (Bachelor’s degree) and

Saint Mary’s University (Master’s degree)


500 question from press your luck

$500 Question from Press Your Luck

Outside of school, what does Mrs. Ryks

like to do?


500 answer from press your luck

$500 Answer from Press Your Luck

Travel

Go on bike rides / walks with my family

Play volleyball

Read

Beat my husband at cribbage

Go camping

Play boardgames

Watch Tiger sports


Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

The limit for the number of people able to fit in the gym is 400 people. There are already 327 people in there. Write and solve an inequality to determine how many more people can fit in the gym. Write a sentence to answer the question.


Final jeopardy answer

Final Jeopardy Answer

327 + n ≤ 400;

n ≤ 73 people

At most, 73 more people could fit in the gym.


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