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You need the following: Calculator Flip book Green sheet Scratch paper Pencil. Instructions for today. Welcome to. Algebra Jeopardy. Rules.

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## You need the following:CalculatorFlip bookGreen sheetScratch paperPencil

Instructions for today

## Welcome to

Algebra

Jeopardy

### Rules

• ALL team members (same row) must work to solve the problem (except person in front); there is a 3 minute time limit on every question (1 minute for vocabulary).

• Player at the end of the row must write their answer on a colored piece of paper and pass it forward.

• If the next team member agrees with the answer, they pass the paper forward. If not, they fix it then pass it forward. You may NOT turn around to talk to the team members behind you!

• The person in front must write the correct answer on the whiteboard and buzz in; first to buzz in with correct answer gets the points.

• Incorrect answers ARE negative points. Buzzing in BEFORE the answer has been written on the board is negative points.

• After each question, ALL players move forward one chair (players in front move to the back).

• The player who gave the correct answer gets to choose the next question.

### Passes

• Each team has 3 “Help Me!!!!!” passes.

• After 1 minute, if the person in back does not know how to solve the problem, they may pass the colored paper forward with one of the passes.

• Once a team is out of passes, they will not be able to answer a question unless the person in back can come up with an answer.

### Points

• 1st Place Team – 10 pts. extra credit

• 2nd Place Team – 8 pts.

• 3rd Place Team – 5 pts.

• 4th Place Team – 3 pts.

Algebra

Vocabulary

Proportions

& Percents

Equations

Inequalities

Get Real!

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All the classifications of the number

Natural, integer, & rational

The simplified form of the expression

-6

The simplified form of the expression

-64

The simplified form of the expression

The simplified form of the expression

x

2

15

-6

-2

Given that the triangles below are similar, the value of y if w = 10 cm, v = 18 cm, and z = 4 cm.

7.2 cm

w

v

z

y

The percent change, as either an increase or a decrease, from 265 to 318.

20% increase

The sale price for a pair of shoes that is marked down 25% from the original selling price of \$69.95.

\$52.46

The interest rate on a \$7000 investment that earns \$63 in simple interest after 3 months.

3.6%

The speed of a model airplane in mi/h, rounded to the nearest hundredth, if it flies 18 ft. in 2s. (1 mi. = 5280 ft.)

6.14 mi/h

x≤ 6

n > -14

x < -7 or x ≥ 0

Identity

-3< x < 2

The symbols + & / are examples of these.

Operators

An equation or inequality with no solutions.

The equation below demonstrates the use of what property?

Commutative property

The measurement 65 mph is an example of what?

Rate

An inequality with two endpoints.

Compound inequality.