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## Jeopardy Game Template

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**Do NOT edit or delete this slide!**Jeopardy Game Template**Do NOT edit or delete this slide!**Jeopardy Game Template**Add picture of host?**Type in category headings, "answers," and "questions." If desired, move the daily double slides (right before any "answer" slides), also changing the hyperlinks from the boards. Run the show. Host and category headings are timed slides. Click on unvisited dollar values on the board to reveal "answers." If a daily double shows up, wait for the wager and then advance the show. After contestant responds, reveal a correct "question" by advancing the show. Click anywhere on "question" slides to return to the board. Use the star button on the board to go on to next phase of game. For Final Jeopardy, reveal the category, wait for wagers, and then advance the show. Instructions**Welcome**to Canadian Jeopardy!**3.1**3.2 3.3 3.4 3.7 3.5/3.6 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500**Determine if the function is a polynomial function or not**f(x) = 2x-7**Determine if the function is a polynomial function or**notf(x) = x(x-1)2**Give an example of a polynomial function with a degree 3**that has four terms**Give an example of a polynomial function with degree 6 and**has 2 terms**Give an example of a polynomial function that has degree 7**and 4 terms and y intercept of 8**State the degree, leading coefficient and end behaviour of**f(x) = 2x^5 – 4x^3 – 13x + 8**5, 2, as x approaches positive infinity y approaches**positive infinity as x approaches – infinity y approaches - infinity**Determine the min and max number of turning points f(x) = 4**– 5x + 4x^2 – 3x^3**Determine degree, leading coefficient, max min turning**points max min zeroes and end behaviourf(x) = -3x^3 + x^2 -7x +11**3, -3 max tp 2 min tp 0 max zeroes 3 min zeroes 1 as x +**infinity y – infinity as x – infinity y + infinity**Determine end behavior leading coefficient, degree, max and**min turning points, max and min zeroesf(x) = 2x(x-5)(3x+2)(4x-3)**4, 24, max tp 3 min tp 1 max zeroes 4 min zeroes 0 as x +/-**infinity y approach + infinity**The population of a town is represented by the equation f(x)**= 0.1x^4 +0.5x^3 + 0.4x^2 + 2x + 9 where x is the number of years since 1900 and f(x) is population in hundreds. Determine the population of the town in 1905. State the end behaviour on the function and the max and min turning points**15,400 people, as x +/- infinity y + infinity max tp 3 min**tp 1**Each member of a family of quadratic functions has zeroes at**x = -1 and x = 4 write the equation of the family**A family of quadratic functions has zeroes at x = 3 and x**= -2. Determine the equation of the member that passes through the points (5,7)**Determine the cubic function that has zeroes at -2, 3 and 4**if f(5) = 28**Determine the equation of the function that has zeroes at x**= 2(order 1) x = -3(order 2)x = 5(order 1) and passes through (7,5000)**The function f(x) = kx3 – 8x2 – x + 3k + 1 has a zero**when x=2. Determine the value of k**State the transformations to the Parent function f(x) = x³**When g(x) =**V Shift 2 units upV* Factor of 2H* factor of 5H Shift Right**25 units**Write the equation for the transformed graph below Parent**function: f(x) = x³Points ( 3, 2) , ( 2, -2) , ( 4, 6)**If passes through (0, 0) , (2, 16) , (-1, 1)**Write the image point if new function is : V Shift down 3 units V * factor of 2 Horizontal Shift right 7 units**After a function f(x) = x4 is:H Shift by Left 2 unitsReflect**in y axis V shift 3 units UpV * by factor of 1The image points are (0, 19), (1, 84) , (-1, 4) Find the original points**The function f(x) = x² was transformed by vertically**stretching it, horizontally compressing it, horizontally translating it, and vertically translating it, The resulting function was then transformed again by reflecting it in the y axis, vertically compressing it by a factor of 5, and shifting it 4 units up. Find the function after it was transformed for the first time