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Honors Algebra Quarter 1 Jeopardy Questions Chapter 1 $100 Translate to an expression: Half the difference of a number and 7. $200 Justify with the appropriate property. a) (3 + 4) + 7 = 3 + (4 + 7) b) 4x + 6x= 2x (2 + 3) $300 $400 $500 Classify each of the following: a) 7 b) c) -4.2 10 4 1 1 5 2 .1 Evaluate for x = -4 and y = -3 7 – x2 - xy - 5y2 Chapter 2 - (6n + 1) = 2 (3n – 5) A = ½ h(b2 – b1) Solve for b2 4 (6n) – 2 = 2 (12n + 1) 2 (10x - 4) = 4 (2 – 5x) SA = 2 (Lw + Lh + wh) Solve for L Word Problems Chapter 3 and 4 Probability and Statistics A rectangle’s length is 3 more than twice its width. If the perimeter is 54 cm, find its area. Find percent of change: From 51 cm to 34 cm Using a coin and die: P (flip tails then roll a 5 or 3) The sum of 4 consecutive odd integers is 208. Find the numbers. At noon, Meg drives from home to NYC and averages 50 mph. A half hour later, her brother leaves and averages 60 mph. They get there at the same time. What time do they arrive at NYC? Two planes leave Newark as 7pm, going in opposite directions. One went twice as fast as the other. By 9pm, they were 1050 miles apart. Find their speeds. A boat went out to a spot in the ocean for whale watching averaging 27 mph. On the way back, it averaged 36 mph. The trip took 3.5 hours. How far away was the spot? Solve. 2 m 4 1 21 a) 29.9 is 115% of what number? b) What is 22% of 50? Solve 6< m4 2 10 Solve 3 n4 7 6 10 athletes run the 100-meter dash. How many ways can the top 4 runners be selected? A jar with 3 red marbles, 6 yellow, 7 green. Pick 2 marbles without replacement: P (yellow then red) 20, 31, 25, 7, 6, __ What could fill in to make the mean 40? A license plate has 2 numbers, 1 letter, and then 4 numbers. How many different license plates are possible? Honors Algebra Quarter 1 Jeopardy Answers Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Word Problems Chapters 3 and 4 Probability and Statistics n7 2 n=¾ 152 sq. cm 33 1/3% decrease 1/6 b2 = 2A / h + b1 49, 51, 53, 55 m = 15, -7 5040 $100 a) $200 b) a) $300 b) c) Associative property of addition Distributive property Real, rational, integer, whole, natural Real, irrational Real, rational $400 8 1 1 5 2 25 $500 -66 Identity All real numbers 2/5 L = (SA / 2 – wh) / (w + h) They arrive in NYC at 3:00. a) 26 b) 11 3 / 40 The slower plane traveled 175 mph. The faster plane traveled 350 mph. -16 ≤ m < -8 151 The spot in the ocean was 54 miles away n < -59 or n > 67 26,000,000