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Evaluate & Check

Simplify

2 -Step Equations

Inequalities & Graphing

Pot-Luck

Inequalities Pot-Luck & Graphing Evaluate & Check Simplify 2 -Step Equations \$100 \$100 \$200 \$200 \$300 \$300 \$400 \$400 \$500 \$500

Evaluate & Check - \$100 Evaluate for x = 5: 5 x - 10

Evaluate & Check - \$200 Evaluate for y = 4: 8 y + 4 - 20

Evaluate & Check - \$300 Is -4 a solution? 5 t + 14 = -6

Evaluate & Check - \$400 Sandy said x = 12. Is she correct? 14 – 12 x = 158

Evaluate & Check - \$500 Is -2 a solution? 2 r + 15 > 15

Simplify - \$100 Simplify: 6 r + 3 + 5 r

Simplify \$200 Simpify: 56 + 14 x - 5 x

Simplify \$300 Simplify: 4 y + 11 – 6 y

Simplify - \$400 Simplify: 100 – 16 t – 3 t

Simplify - \$500 Is this true? 4 x – 4 - 16 x + 20 = -12 x - 16

2 -step equations - \$100 Solve the equation for y. 85 + 3 y = 121

2 -step equations - \$200 If 4 x – 7 = 53, what is the value of x?

2 -step equations - \$300 Justin lifts packages that weigh 40 pounds each. Each package contains 2 small trophies, 2 large trophies, and a trophy shelf. The small trophies and shelf together weigh 24 pounds. The large trophies each weigh n pounds, as expressed in this equation. How much does each large trophy weigh? 40 = 2 n + 24

2 -Step Equations - \$400 • Juan Pablo has saved \$250 so far. If m represents how much he saves each month, and s represents the total amount of money Juan Pablo can save, how long will it take him to save a total of \$370? s =20 m + 250

2 -Step Equations - \$500 Daisy and Montserrat received a \$185 bill from the power company for a house call. For how many hours of work were they charged according to the rates below? Hourly rate: \$50 Service Fee (per house call): \$35

Inequalities & Graphing - \$100 Which is the graph of x ≥ 2?

Inequalities & Graphing - \$200 Which set of values makes the following inequality true? 4 n + 10 < -18 A. B. C. D. {-7, -8, -9} {-8, -9, -20} {0, 8, 9} {0, -2, -4}

Inequalities & Graphing - \$300 Mrs. Miller’s and Mr. Lanthier’s students collected 173 pairs of gloves for the shelter. Then Angel brought more gloves so the total number of pairs was greater than 225. 173 + g > 225 How many pairs could Angel have brought?

Inequalities & Graphing - \$400 In the inequality 2 x + 20 ≤ 300, x represents the number of cookies a bakery will make each day. Which phrase accurately and completely describes that number of cookies? A. B. C. D. At most 140 cookies Exactly 140 cookies Less than 140 cookies More than 140 cookies

Inequalities & Graphing - \$500 Which of the following number lines represents the solution to the inequality 2 x + 2 ≥ 10? The GCF of 66 and 110?

Pot-Luck - \$100 How do you check the solution to an equation?

Pot-Luck - \$200 How do you check the solution to an inequality?

Pot-Luck - \$300 What are all possible values that satisfy the inequality x/3 – 8 ≥ 1?

Pot-Luck - \$400 Which value of x is a solution for the inequality 4 – 5 x < -6 A) -3 B) -2 C) 2 D) 3

Pot-Luck - \$500 Which is the solution to 8 t -2 -9 t < 5? A) t < -7 B) t < -3 C) t > -7 D) t > -3

Evaluate & Check - \$100 5(5) – 10 = 15 x = 15

Evaluate & Check - \$200 8(4) + 4 – 20 y = 16

Evaluate & Check - \$300 Yes.

Evaluate & Check - \$400 No! x = -12 (Substitute for x and evaluate)

Evaluate & Check - \$500 No! 2(-2) + 15 > 15 11 > 15

Simplify - \$100 11 r + 3

Simplify - \$200 56 + 9 x

Simplify - \$300 -2 y + 11

Simplify - \$400 -19 t + 100

Simplify - \$500 NO! Should be -12 x + 16

2 -Step Equations - \$100 y = 12 Check: 85 + 3(12) = 121 85 + 36 = 121

2 -Step Equations - \$200 x = 15

2 -Step Equations - \$300 n = 8 lbs.

2 -Step Equations - \$400 6 months

2 -Step Equations - \$500 50 h + 35 = 185 They were charged for 3 hours of work evaluate & ch - \$100

Inequalities & Graphing- \$100 x > -4 Open circle at 4, arrow goes to the right

Inequalities & Graphing- \$200 B

Inequalities & Graphing- \$300 59 or more pairs

Inequalities & Graphing- \$400 A (At most)

Inequalities & Graphing- \$500 B

Pot-Luck - \$100 You substitute your solution for the variable in the original equation, and solve. It should result in a true statement.

Pot-Luck - \$200 You choose a member of the solution set – a number on the graph – and substitute it for the variable in the original inequality. It should result in a true statement.

Pot-Luck - \$300 x ≥ 27

Pot-Luck - \$400 D

Pot-Luck - \$500 C

CURRENT EVENTS

FINAL CATEGORY Name the subject that the BEST TEACHER in the school teaches this year.

FINAL CATEGORY What is Math?

END OF GAME Daily Doubles and usage notes follow. . .

JEOPARDY! Slide Show Notes • • The font for the question & answer slides is “Enchanted; ” a copy of this font in located in the “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder. (This font will need to be installed in the C: /WINDOWS/FONTS folder of the computer running the show. ) In order to keep all of the sounds and fonts together, copy the entire “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder. To change the categories: – – • 1. Go to “Edit” and “Replace…” 2. In the Find box, type Solving Inequalities & Number Lines(all caps) 3. In the Replace box, type the category in all caps (for example, PRESIDENTS) 4. Click Replace All. . . To use the Daily Double: – 1. Choose which dollar values to set as Daily Double – 2. Link that dollar value to one of the DD slides – 3. Link the arrow on the DD slide to the correct question slide (so dollar/category match)

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