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# Who wants to be a Millionaire?

Who wants to be a Millionaire?. Hosted by Mrs. Hemp. Confident?. The Prizes. 8 - \$16,000 9 - \$32,000 10 - \$64,000 11 - \$125,000 12 - \$250,000 13 - \$500,000 14 - \$1,000,000. 1 - \$100 2 - \$200 3 - \$500 4 - \$1,000 5 - \$2,000 6 - \$4,000 7 - \$8,000. Lifelines.

## Who wants to be a Millionaire?

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1. Who wants to be a Millionaire? Hosted by Mrs. Hemp

2. Confident?

3. The Prizes 8 - \$16,000 9 - \$32,000 10 - \$64,000 11 - \$125,000 12 - \$250,000 13 - \$500,000 14 - \$1,000,000 1 - \$100 2 - \$200 3 - \$500 4 - \$1,000 5 - \$2,000 6 - \$4,000 7 - \$8,000

4. Lifelines • “Phone a friend” • Ask the audience

5. \$100 Question? If a=b then b=a is an example of what property? • A - Reflexive Property B - Commutative Property • C - Symmetric Property • C - Symmetric Property • D - Transitive Property

6. \$200 Question? If m<ABE = m<DRG and m<DRG = m<STR then m<ABE = m<STR is an example of what property? • A - The Reflexive Property B - The Symmetric Property • C - The Transitive Property • C - The Transitive Property • D - Angle Addition Property

7. \$500 Question? < 1 and < 2 are what kind of angles? 2 1 • A - Linear Pair B - Supplementary Angles • C - Complementary Angles • D - Vertical Angles • D - Vertical Angles

8. \$1,000 Question? m<1+m<2 =? 1 2 • A - 90º B - 180º • B - 180º • C - 45º • D - not enough information

9. \$2,000 Question? What is x? B C 3x-4 6x-23 A D • A – 17 B - 23 • B - 23 • C - 69 • D - 111

10. \$4,000 Question? If AB + BC = AC and BC = CE then AB + CE = AC is an example of what property? • A - Reflexive Property B - Symmetric Property • C - Transitive Property • D - Substitution • D - Substitution

11. \$8,000 Question? How many line segments can be drawn connecting each pair of points in an octagon? • A - 28 • A - 28 B - 8 • C - 25 • D - 20

12. \$16,000 Question? How many sides in a nonagon? • A - none B - seven • C - nine • C - nine • D - eleven

13. \$32,000 Question? Nan, Oli, Mari, and Kent each have one piece of fruit. They have a peach, an orange, a banana, and an apple. Mari does not have a peach or a banana. Oli and Mari just came from class with the student who has an apple. Kent and Nan are sitting next to the student who has a banana. Nan does not have a peach. Which student has each piece of fruit? • A - N-peach, O-orange, M-apple, K-banana B - N-orange, O-banana, M-apple, K-peach • C - N-apple, O-banana, M-orange, K-peach • C - N-apple, O-banana, M-orange, K-peach • D - N-banana, O-peach, M-orange, K-apple

14. \$64,000 Question?If the width of a rectangle is 5 more than half the length and the perimeter of the rectangle is 5 less than 5 times the width, find the width. • A - 15 • A - 15 B - 20 • C - 25 • D - 10

15. \$125,000 Question? If AM = BA + MB which statement must be true? • A – B is between A and M • A – B is between A and M B – M is the midpoint of BA • C – BA = MB • D – B is the midpoint of AM

16. \$250,000 Question? Which property justifies the statement: If m<P + m<Q = 110 and m<R = 110 then m<P + m<Q = m<R • A – Angle Addition B – Transitive Property • C – Angle Bisector Theorem • D - Substitution • D - Substitution

17. \$500,000 Question? If <1 and < 2 are vertical angles and m<1 = d-32 and m<2 = 175 – 2d, find m<2 • A - 69 B - 37 • B - 37 • C - 137 • D – not enough information

18. \$1,000,000 Question? Points S and M are in the interior of <RAL. RayAM bisects <LAR and RayAS bisects <MAR. Find m<LAR if m<RAS = 25-2x and m<SAM = 3x+5. • A - 4 B - 17 • C - 34 • D - 68 • D- 68

19. Winner! Winner! Winner! Winner! Winner! Winner! Winner! Winner! Winner!

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