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Jeopardy Rules. Teams send 1 player at a time for each question First player to grab the apple at the front of the classroom gets to answer the question first Each team is given 3 life lines to be used before answering question If incorrect, the other team gets to answer

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jeopardy rules
Jeopardy Rules
  • Teams send 1 player at a time for each question
  • First player to grab the apple at the front of the classroom gets to answer the question first
  • Each team is given 3 life lines to be used before answering question
  • If incorrect, the other team gets to answer
  • No Final Jeopardy Question
  • Minus 100 points for misconduct (talking out of turn, rudeness, yelling, etc..)
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Marlon thinks he discovered a divisibility rule for 4. His rule states, “If you take an even number and multiply it by 100, then subtract the original number, the result is always divisible by 4. Which of the following numbers is a counterexample for Marlon’s rule?A) 2 B) 4C) 8 D) 12

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Marlon thinks he discovered a divisibility rule for 4. His rule states, “If you take an even number and multiply it by 100, then subtract the original number, the result is always divisible by 4. Which of the following numbers is a counterexample for Marlon’s rule?A) 2

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Nick said, “I’ve observed that when I flip a coin, I am equally likely to get heads or tails. So I predict that if I flip a coin four more times, I will get 2 heads, and 2 tails.”Nicole said, “The laws of probability state that for a balanced coin, either outcome is equally likely. So if I flip a coin four more times, I will get 2 heads and 2 tails.”Which of these describes their reasoning?A) Nick used inductive reasoning. Nicole used deductive reasoningB) They both used deductive reasoning.C) They both used inductive reasoning.D) Nick used deductive reasoning. Nicole used inductive reasoning.

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Nick said, “I’ve OBSERVED that when I flip a coin, I am equally likely to get heads or tails. So I predict that if I flip a coin four more times, I will get 2 heads, and 2 tails.”Nicole said, “The laws of probability state that for a balanced coin, either outcome is equally likely. So if I flip a coin four more times, I will get 2 heads and 2 tails.”Which of these describes their reasoning?A) Nick used inductive reasoning. Nicole used deductive reasoning

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Johnny has two pencils. One is 8 cm long, and the other is 17 cm long. He then finds a third pencil that he wants to use to form a triangle with the other two. Which of the following pencils will allow him to form a triangle?

  • 4 cm long pencil
  • 9 cm long pencil
  • 22 cm long pencil
  • D) 25 cm long pencil
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Johnny has two pencils. One is 8 cm long, and the other is 17 cm long. He then finds a third pencil that he wants to use to form a triangle with the other two. Which of the following pencils will allow him to form a triangle?

C) 22 cm long pencil

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Find the area of a rhombus with diagonal lengths of

  • 10 inches and 14 inches.
  • 35 square inches
  • 70 square inches
  • 140 square inches
  • 280 square inches
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Find the area of a rhombus with diagonal lengths of

  • 10 inches and 14 inches.
  • 70 square inches
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Given that AB is parallel to CD and BC is parallel to AD, which angle is congruent to ∠CBD?

A) ∠ABD B) ∠BAD

C) ∠BDC D) ∠BDA

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Given that AB is parallel to CD and BC is parallel to AD, which angle is congruent to ∠CBD?

D) ∠BDA

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Rectangle ACDF has an area of 50 square feet. What is the relationship between the sum of the areas of ∠AEC, ∠FBD, ∠CGD with the area of rectangle ACDF?

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Rectangle ACDF has an area of 50 square feet. What is the relationship between the sum of the areas of ∠AEC, ∠FBD, ∠CGD with the area of rectangle ACDF?

The sum of the triangles’ areas is 1.5 times the area of the rectangle