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C1 final
FINAL JEOPARDY
C1 final
Answer to Final Jeopardy
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Erika has 10 colored cubes. 4 are red, 2 are white, 1 is purple and 3 are green? What is the probability she will pick a red cube and then a green cube? She puts them back in the bag after each pick.
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Red cube= 4/10
Green cube- 3/10
4/10 ∙ 3/10= 12/100 = 3/25
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b. A survey of 300 students
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Perimeter:5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = 20 units
Area:5 ∙ 5 = 25 units2
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What is the value of the expression below when y= 3 and z=6?
3y + 8z=
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3y + 8z=
3 x 3 + 8 x 6=
9 + 48= 57
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a. 25%
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a. Line graph
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In a box, there are 7 marbles. 3 cubes are red, 2 cubes are blue, and 2 cubes are green. Jan will pull two marbles at random. After the first pick, she will put the marble back. What is the probability she will pick a red cube and then green cube?
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Red = 3/7
Green = 2/6
3/7 ∙ 2/6 = 6/42 = 1/7
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4) Division
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1) subtraction
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2) addition
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Play Station
Wii
30
10
60
10
How many students have a PlayStation (total)?
How many students have a PlayStation (total)?
How many students have a PlayStation (total)?
How many students have a PlayStation (total)?
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30 + 10 = 40 students
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Play Station
Wii
30
10
60
10
How many students do not own a Wii?
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30 + 10= 40 students
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Play Station
Wii
30
10
60
10
How many total students were surveyed?
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30 + 60 + 10 + 10= 100 students
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What are the coordinates of the point?
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(3,5)
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Solve for m:
3m – 6 = 24
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3m – 6= 24
+ 6= +6
3m = 30
3 3
m= 10
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Maddie is making a graph to show the population trend in the U.S. in 1950 to 1970. What kind of graph should she use?
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Line graph
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Jason receives $6 per hour when he works at the store. He also gets $12 per day as a bonus. On Saturday, Jason made $60. Which equation could be used to find the number of hours he worked?
a. 12 – 6 h = 63
b. 6 + 63= h
c. 6 h + 12= 60
d. 12h + 6 =60
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c. 6 h + 12= 60
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3) multiplication
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Rachel is mowing lawns to make money. She mows 6 lawns in 2 hours? How long will it take to mow 15 lawns?
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If she can mow 6 lawns in 2 hours than she can mow 3 lawns in 1 hour. If she needs to mow 15 lawns that would take 5 hours.
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Y +12 =30
6
List the steps and operations to solve the equation
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Y +12 =30
6
-12 -12(Subtract 12)
6 ∙Y =18 ∙ 6 (Divide by 6)
6
y= 108
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What is the value of
l-⅝l
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⅝
Use the data below to
answer the next two questions.
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How many sunny days were there in Jan. and Feb?
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10 + 12= 22
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Use the chart in the previous question.
What month had 1/3 of the total number of sunny days?
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12 + 12 + 14 = 36
36 divided by 3= 12
Feb. had 12 sunny days.
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Translate the following sentence into an expression/equation using numbers, variables, and symbols.
Six more than seven times a number results in 46.
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6 + 7n = 46
A survey was done asking how many hamburgers can you eat for one meal?
Results: 1,2,3,1,1,1,2,2,3,2,2,1,2
Draw a frequency table include the tally and the frequency
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Number of TallyFrequency
Hamburgers
1llll 5
2llll l 6
3 ll 2
Now use this information to study for your test!!!
This Jeopardy game was created by
Mrs. Siegel