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Jeopardy-Linear Equations

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Recursive

Sequences

Linear Plots

Intercept Form

Modeling Data

Time-Distance

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Final Jeopardy

What is the recursive rule for this sequence?

-3, -9, -15, -21, . . .

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Ans + -6

or

Ans - 6

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Think about this row of pentagons.

Find the perimeter of the 10th Figure.

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32

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Floor -1 represents the first level of the parking lot under the building. How high, in meters, is the 10th floor above ground?

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41 meters

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Find the 10th term in this sequence:

-3, 6, -12, 24, . . .

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1596

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Baby A gains 1.5 pounds each month. What will Baby A weight during month 3?

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11.3 pounds

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List the terms of y-coordinates shown on this graph.

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What recursive routine generates this graph?

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Ans + (-1)

Or

Ans - 1

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Graph 1

Graph 2

Graph 3

Graph 4

Which graph illustrates ans + 0.5

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Graph 2

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Graph 1

Graph 2

Graph 3

Graph 4

Match each Table with its Graph

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Table A

Table B

Table A = Graph 4

Table B = Graph 3

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Which table is represented by the + points on the graph?

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USS Dallas because its rate of change is greater

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If a sequence started with 3 and followed a recursive sequence of ans +2, what equation matches that sequence?

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y = 3 + 2x

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If a driver’s distance is modeled by , what does the 24 represent?

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The starting position of the car

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Let x be measured in hours and y be measured in miles. A car’s distance, in miles, from High Point, NJ is given by y=220-58x. What does the -58 tell you?

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The driver is traveling at a rate of 58 miles per hour toward High Point, NJ

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Write this equation in intercept form.

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- The equation gives the distance, in miles, a sports car is from Atlantic City, NJ after x minutes.
- How far from Atlantic City is the car after 10 minutes?
- When will the car be 49 miles from Atlantic City?

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- At 10 minutes: 42 miles
- The car will be 49 miles after 20 minutes

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Write an equation that

models the data in this table.

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y = -21 + x

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Write an equation that

models the data in this table.

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y = 215 + 3x

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Write an equation that

models the data in this graph.

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y = 1 + 2x

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Write an equation that models the data in the table and then predict the value that matches with x = 10.

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y = 3 + 2x

y = 23

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Match the graph with its equation:

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A student produced this graph by walking in front of a motion detector.

Describe the direction and speed of the walker.

Each tick mark = 1 unit

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away from the motion detector

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A student produced this graph by walking in front of a motion detector.

How far was the student from the motion detector when the graph stopped?

Each tick mark = 1 unit

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6 meters

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A student produced this graph by walking in front of a motion detector.

Describe what the student did to create this peak in the graph.

Each tick mark = 1 unit

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Quickly change from moving away from the motion detector to moving toward the motion detector.

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Write a recursive sequence that creates this graph.

Each tick mark = 1 unit

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Start with 2.5

Ans – 0.5

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Determine if it is possible to create this graph by walking in front of the motion detector.

If possible explain how.

If impossible, explain why.

Each tick mark = 1 unit

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Not possible; the walker would have to be at more than one distance from the motion detector at 3 seconds.

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The walker stands still.

The walker takes a few steps toward the 0-mark, then walks away.

The walker steps away from the 0-mark, stops, then continues more slowly in the same direction.

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A → iii

B → i

C → ii

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