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## MATH BINGO!

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**MATH BINGO!**Neela, Rasna, Naima, Harveen**Instructions**• Everyone will receive their own bingo card • To play the game, we will show you the question and which column the answer will be in • you will have about 2-5 minutes to solve each question, depending on the question given. • The answer you get from solving the question will correspond to one of the answers on the bingo card. • You must show your work on a separate piece of paper in order for us to ensure that you are the rightful winner. • The first person to get a linear function ;) (diagonal, across, down) on their bingo card, will win! • Have fun!**Column B**• 2√6 x 3√2**Column I**• √252**Column N**• Fill in the blank b 2 -4ac __ 0**Column I**• A ball is kicked into the air and follows a path described by h(t)= -4.9t2 + 6t +0.6 where t is the time, in seconds, and h is the height, in meters, above the ground. Determine the maximum height of the ball to the nearest tenth of a metre.**Column B**• √20**Column O**• Solve algebraically: • 2x – y=6 • x+ 2y=18**Column G**• 2√20 + 3√80 -√125 4**Column B**• __________ is a line that intersects a curve at 2 distinct points**Column G**• Solve the linear-circle system graphically • x+ y = 100 • y= 4x – 18 3**Column I**• Write the following as an entire radical 2√10**Column I**• What does the ``A`` represent in the following equation y= a(x+6)(x-4)**Column G**• Using the Pythagorean theorem, determine the exact value of the missing side length *diagram on board**Column B**• Simplify:-10 + √50 5**Column O**• Solve using the quadratic formula, give exact values -2x2 +8x=5**Column B**• Which of the following are like radicals: 2√2, 3√8 , √27**Column O**• Solve. 3(8 -√5)**Column G**• (4-3√7)(√7+1)**Column N**• 2√6 x 7√8 x 5√2**Column G**• ____________ a line that touches a curve at 1 point and has the slope of the curve at the point**Column N**• An electronics store sells an average of 60 entertainment systems per month at an average of $800 more than the cost price. For every $20 increase in the selling price, the store sells one fewer system. What amount over the cost price will maximize the revenue**Column O**• Fill in the blank b 2 -4ac __ 0**Column I**• √64**Column N**• Find the equation of a quadratic function that has the given roots and contains the given point in factored form -2 and 5 with a point at (7,-3).**Column O**• Fill in the blank b 2 -4ac __ 0