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  1. Let’s Get Ready To Play Some . . .

  2. J E O P A R D Y JEOPARDY JEOPARDY JEOPARDY

  3. Jeopardy Board Final Jeopardy

  4. The city of Houston recycles pounds of paper each month. Which is another way to express the amount of recycled paper? • A 187,600 C 18,760,000 • B 1,876,000 D 1,876,000,000 Number Concepts for 100 Board

  5. Number Concepts for 200 • Maria, Kevin, Lupe, and George all ate at Ben’s Burger Barn. The costs of the four meals were $4.82, $8.55, $6.99, and $5.60, including tax. Kevin estimated the total of the four meals by adding 5, 9, 7, 6. Explain why his estimate is more or less than the actual total. • A Less because he rounded all of the values down • B More because he rounded all of the values down • C Less because he rounded all of the values up • D More because he rounded all of the values up Board

  6. Mario can run at a rate of 2.5 meters per second. Which equation can be used to find how many meters, m, he can run in 2 minutes at this rate? • A C • B D Number Concepts for 300 Board

  7. Number Concepts for 400 One drinking cup holds 8.8 ounces. What is the largest number of drinking cups that can be filled with an 80 ounce bottle? Board

  8. Sandra bought pounds of chocolate candy for $6.75. She also bought 2 pounds of popcorn for $3.24. What was the cost per pound of the chocolate candy? Number Concepts for 500 Board

  9. Algebraic Reasoning for 100 Felix wants to buy a shirt marked $20. The sales tax on the shirt is $1.20. What is the rate of the sales tax? Board

  10. Algebraic Reasoning for 200 • Sheila works as a clerk at a nearby retail store. She uses the formula p = $7.15h to determine her weekly pay, p. If she was paid $208 last week, which is the best estimate for the number of hours, h, she worked? • A 20 hours C 40 hours • B 30 hours D 50 hours Board

  11. Susan went grocery shopping. She spent $6.96 on milk and hamburger meat. She bought 2 gallons of milk for $2.29 per gallon. Hamburger costs $1.19 per pound. Which equation can be used to find the number of pounds, p, of hamburger she bought? A 2(2.29) + 1.19p = 6.96 B 2.29 + 1.19p = 6.96 C 2.29p + 2(1.19) = 6.96 D 6.96 – 2(2.29) – 1.19 = p Algebraic Reasoning for 300 Board

  12. Six cans of soda cost $2.16. Which of the rates below is proportional to this rate? A 2 cans for $1.00 C 4 cans for $1.44 B 3 cans for $1.14 D 5 cans for $2.00 Algebraic Reasoning for 400 Board

  13. Eighth graders were asked to select a favorite type of movie. The chart shows the results of the survey. What percent of the students selectedScience Fiction? Algebraic Reasoning for 500 Board

  14. The Galveston Boat Shop will make new sails for sailboats. Which formula would they use to determine the amount of fabric needed for a sail? Geometry & Measurement for 100 Board

  15. Lena is feet tall and casts a 6-foot shadow. At the same time, a flagpole casts a 40-foot shadow. How tall is the flagpole? Geometry & Measurement for 200 Board

  16. Daily Double

  17. Hudson had a rectangular vegetable garden that measured 30 yards by 40 yards. He separated it into 4 sections as shown in the diagram. He planted beans in the smallest section and corn in the largest section. How many square yards of beans and corn did he plant? 8 Yards 30 Yards CORN 5 Yds BEANS 40 Yards Geometry & Measurement for 300 Daily Double Board

  18. Brandon made a kite frame by attaching 2 dowels as shown below by segments AC and BD. He then covered the frame with plastic. What is the perimeter of his kite? B 41 in. 12 in. 40 in. A C 41 in. D Geometry & Measurement for 400 Board

  19. The 2 cylinders shown are proportional. 16 cm 4 cm The volume of the smaller cylinder is 80 cubic centimeters. What is the volume of the larger cylinder? Geometry & Measurement for 500 Board

  20. Probability & Statistics for 100 For the first grading period, Miguel made the following scores on his math tests: 74 87 90 86 48 74 Would his report card grade be better if the teacher used the mean, median, mode, or range for these scores? Board

  21. Probability & Statistics for200 A number cube has six faces numbered 1 through 6. If you roll the number cube twice, what is the probability of rolling a 6 on both rolls? Board

  22. Probability & Statistics for300 Amanda has 4 dimes and 6 quarters in her pocket. If she takes out 1 coin and then a second without replacing the first coin, what is the probability that both coins will be quarters? Board

  23. The chart shows the number of each of 6 different animal shapes Keenan found when he emptied a bag of animal cookies into a bowl. If Keenan empties several bags containing a total of 340 animal cookies into a bowl, how many zebras should he expect to find? Probability & Statistics for 400 Board

  24. Probability & Statistics for500 There were 5 babies born at Memorial City Hospital this morning. Their birth weights are listed in the table below. Find the mean, median, mode and range of their weights. Board

  25. Final Jeopardy Category Area of Irregular Shapes Advance to the next slide to see the Final Jeopardy Question

  26. Final Jeopardy Question What is the area of the figure shown below? 10 cm 2 cm 3 cm 6 cm Board