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Welcome to Jeopardy. Click to Begin. Real Number System. Angles & Triangles. Pythagorean Theorem. Distance & Midpoint Formula. Similar Triangles/ Trig. Ratios. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400.

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Welcome to Jeopardy

Click to Begin

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Real Number

System

Angles

&

Triangles

Pythagorean

Theorem

Distance

& Midpoint

Formula

Similar

Triangles/

Trig. Ratios

$100

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$200

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$300

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$400

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$500

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Real Number System

$100

Find the square root of the number to the nearest tenth.

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Real Number System

$100 answer

Find the square root of the number to the nearest tenth.

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Real Number System

$200

Find the square root of the number to the nearest tenth.

Click to see answer

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Real Number System

$200 answer

Find the square root of the number to the nearest tenth.

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Real Number System

$300

Name all of the sets of numbers to which the real number belongs.

N = Natural, W = Whole, Z = Integer, Q = Rational, I = Irrational

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Real Number System

$300 answer

Name all of the sets of numbers to which the real number belongs.

N = Natural, W = Whole, Z = Integer, Q = Rational, I = Irrational

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Real Number System

$400

Order the numbers from least to greatest.

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Real Number System

$400 answer

Order the numbers from least to greatest.

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Real Number System

$500

Solve the equation. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.

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Real Number System

$500 answer

Solve the equation. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.

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Angles & Triangles

$100

Draw and example of an acute angle. Explain what makes it acute.

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Angles & Triangles

$100 answer

Draw and example of an acute angle. Explain what makes it acute.

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Angles & Triangles

$200

Draw and example of a straight angle. Explain what makes it straight.

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Angles & Triangles

$200 answer

Draw and example of a straight angle. Explain what makes it straight.

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Angles & Triangles

$300

Find the value of x. Classify the triangle as acute, right or obtuse.

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Angles & Triangles

$300 answer

Find the value of x. Classify the triangle as acute, right or obtuse.

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Angles & Triangles

$400

Draw an obtuse, isosceles triangle. If not possible, write not possible.

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Angles & Triangles

$400 answer

Draw an obtuse, isosceles triangle. If not possible, write not possible.

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Angles & Triangles

$500

Classify the triangle by its sides and angles.

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Angles & Triangles

$500 answer

Classify the triangle by its sides and angles.

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Pythagorean Theorem

$100

Find the missing length of the right triangle. C is the measure of the hypotenuse. Round to the nearest tenth.

a = 9, b = ?, c = 41

Click to see answer

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Pythagorean Theorem

$100 answer

Find the missing length of the right triangle. C is the measure of the hypotenuse. Round to the nearest tenth.

a = 9, b = ?, c = 41

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Pythagorean Theorem

$200

Find the missing length of the right triangle. C is the measure of the hypotenuse. Round to the nearest tenth.

a = 6, b = 11, c = ?

Click to see answer

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Pythagorean Theorem

$200 answer

Find the missing length of the right triangle. C is the measure of the hypotenuse. Round to the nearest tenth.

a = 6, b = 11, c = ?

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Pythagorean Theorem

$300

A triangle has side lengths of 16, 34 and 30. Is this triangle a right triangle?

Click to see answer

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Pythagorean Theorem

$300 answer

A triangle has side lengths of 16, 34 and 30. Is this triangle a right triangle?

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Pythagorean Theorem

$400

Kendra is flying a kite. The length of the kite string is 55 feet and she is position 40 feet away beneath the kite. About how high is the kite?

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Pythagorean Theorem

$400 answer

Kendra is flying a kite. The length of the kite string is 55 feet and she is position 40 feet away beneath the kite. About how high is the kite?

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Pythagorean Theorem

$500

The floor exercise mat measures 40 feet by 40 feet. Find the measure of the diagonal.

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Pythagorean Theorem

$500 answer

The floor exercise mat measures 40 feet by 40 feet. Find the measure of the diagonal.

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$100

Find the midpoint of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-2, -4) and (1, 3)

Click to see answer

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$100 answer

Find the midpoint of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-2, -4) and (1, 3)

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$200

Find the distance of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-2, -4) and (1, 3)

Click to see answer

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$200answer

Find the distance of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-2, -4) and (1, 3)

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$300

Find the midpoint of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-12, -3) and (4, 7)

Click to see answer

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$300answer

Find the midpoint of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-12, -3) and (4, 7)

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$400

Find the distance of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-12, -3) and (4, 7)

Click to see answer

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$400answer

Find the distance of the line segment that connects the two points.

(-12, -3) and (4, 7)

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$500

Triangle EFG has vertices E(1, 4), F(-3, 0) and G(4, -1). Find the perimeter of ∆ EFG to the nearest tenth.

Click to see answer

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Distance & Midpoint Formula

$500answer

Triangle EFG has vertices E(1, 4), F(-3, 0) and G(4, -1). Find the perimeter of ∆ EFG to the nearest tenth.

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$100

Find the value of x from the diagram.

Click to see answer

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$100 answer

Find the value of x from the diagram.

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$200

How far are the gorillas from the cheetahs?

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$200 answer

How far are the gorillas from the cheetahs?

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$300

Find tan S. Round to four decimal places if necessary.

Click to see answer

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$300 answer

Find tan S. Round to four decimal places if necessary.

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$400

Find cos R. Round to four decimal places if necessary.

Click to see answer

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$400answer

Find cos R. Round to four decimal places if necessary.

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$500

A 15 foot ladder is propped against a house. The angles it forms with the ground is 60°. To the nearest foot, how far up is the side of the house does the ladder reach?

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Similar Triangles/Trig. Ratios

$500 answer

A 15 foot ladder is propped against a house. The angles it forms with the ground is 60°. To the nearest foot, how far up is the side of the house does the ladder reach?

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