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  1. MOVING STRAIGHT AHEAD

  2. Contestants Don’t Forget...

  3. Although they give answers in the form of questions on the TV show, you do not need to do this. You do need to write your answers on your game board!

  4. Vocabulary Real World SLOPE Y-INTERCEPT Miscellaneous 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  5. Vocabulary for $100 The constant in front of the variable, determines rate or steepness of a line.

  6. coefficient Back toGame

  7. Vocabulary for $200 The vertical line of the two perpendicular lines in a coordinate plane

  8. Y-axis Back toGame

  9. Vocabulary for $300 The horizontal change between two coordinates

  10. run Back toGame

  11. Vocabulary for $400 A relationship between two variables in which the value of one variable depends on the value of the other variable

  12. Good Answer! function Back toGame

  13. Vocabulary for $500 The ratio of rise to run

  14. slope Back toGame

  15. Real World for $100 Rudo’s father gives Rudo $5 then $0.50 for each math problem he answers correctly on his tests. Write an equation to represent this.

  16. R=5+.50p (R=amount of money and p=number of questions Back toGame

  17. Real World for $200 If you add 15 to 3 times this number, you get 78. What is the number?

  18. 21 Back toGame

  19. Real World for $300 If you subtract 27 from 5 times the mystery number, you get 83. What is the mystery number?

  20. 22 Back toGame

  21. Real World for $400 Use the equation A=5+0.5d. Suppose Alana walks 28 kilometers. What amount is owed?

  22. 19 Back toGame

  23. Real World for $500 Use the equation G=2d. Suppose Gilberto received 98 dollars. How far did he walk?

  24. 49 Back toGame

  25. Slope for $100 Identify the slope of the equation

  26. -4 Back toGame

  27. Slope for $200 Given the following coordinates, find the slope of the line: (-3,-2), (-1,2), (1,6)

  28. 2 or 2/1 Back toGame

  29. Slope for $300 If the y-intercept is 1, and the line goes through the point (-2,2), what is the slope?

  30. Back toGame

  31. Slope for $400 The line passes through the points (6,2) and (4,1). What is the slope?

  32. Back toGame

  33. Slope for $500 Find the slope of the line represented by the data in the table.

  34. +2 Back toGame

  35. Y-intercept for $100 The slope is 1 and passes through the point (4,7). What is the y-intercept?

  36. 3 Back toGame

  37. Y-intercept for $200 How does the y-intercept show up on a graph?

  38. It’s the point where the line crosses the y-axis. (when x=0) Back toGame

  39. Y-intercept for $300 What are the y-intercepts in the following equations?

  40. 1) 4 2) 0 Back toGame

  41. Y-intercept for $400 A line passes through the points (1,-5) and (-3,3). It has a slop of -2. What is the y-intercept?

  42. -3 Back toGame

  43. Y-intercept for $500 The total cost, C, for the drama club to put on the play is C=1.25N + 250, where N is the number of tickets sold. What is the y-intercept and what does it stand for IN THE CONTEXT of the problem?

  44. $250; that is their up front charge, perhaps for rental of the building or props Back toGame

  45. Miscellaneous for $100 What is a ‘break-even point’?

  46. When income=expenses; the point at which they start to make money Back toGame

  47. Miscellaneous for $200 Solve the following equation:

  48. Back toGame

  49. Miscellaneous for $300 Solve for t: 3t-4=-10+2t

  50. -6 Back toGame