# LM Jeopardy Age Problems Consecutive Problems Perimeter Problems

LM Jeopardy Age Problems Consecutive Problems Perimeter Problems Money Problems Random Trivia $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300 $400 $400 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy

$100 Question from Age Problems Stanley is six years older than Miguel. Their ages sum to 60

$100 Answer from Age Problems S = 33 and M = 27

$200 Question from Age Problems Lauren is three years more than double Sally’s age. Their ages sum to 66

$200 Answer from Age Problems L = 45 and S = 21

$300 Question from Age Problems Taco Bell’s moldy burrito has been laying there for three days longer than the nachos. They’ve been there for a combined 101 days!

$300 Answer from Age Problems T = 52 days and N = 49 days

$400 Question from Age Problems Kelvin is four years younger than five times Eugene’s age. Their ages sum to 98

$400 Answer from Age Problems K = 81 and E = 17

$500 Question from Age Problems Ferdinand is 7 less than three times Bartley’s age. Juan is four more than twice Bartley’s age. Find the three ages if they sum to 87

$500 Answer from Age Problems F = 38 ; B = 15 ; J = 34

$100 Question from Consecutive Problems Two Consecutive integers sum to 57

$100 Answer from Consecutive Problems 28 and 29

$200 Question from Consecutive Problems Two consecutive evens sum to 126

$200 Answer from Consecutive Problems 62 and 64

$300 Question from Consecutive Problems Three consecutive odds sum to 129

$300 Answer from Consecutive Problems 41, 43, and 45

$400 Question from Consecutive Problems Four consecutive integers sum to 370

$400 Answer from Consecutive Problems 91, 92, 93, and 94

$500 Question from Consecutive Problems Seven consecutive even integers sum to 896

$500 Answer from Consecutive Problems 122, 124, 126, 128, 130, 132, 134

$100 Question from Perimeter Problems Find the value of x if the perimeter is 62

$100 Answer from Perimeter Problems X = 10

$200 Question from Perimeter Problems The perimeter of a triangle is 67. Find all three side lengths

$200 Answer from Perimeter Problems 9, 18, and 40

$300 Question from Perimeter Problems The perimeter of a rectangle is 168. Find the value of m:

$300 Answer from Perimeter Problems M = 18

$400 Question from Perimeter Problems The length of a rectangle is eight less than triple the width. The perimeter is 64. Find the length and the width

$400 Answer from Perimeter Problems W = 10 and L = 22

$500 Question from Perimeter Problems The perimeter of a pentagon is 108. Side two is one less than double side one Side three is triple side one Side four is seven more than side one Side five is three more than double side one FIND ALL FIVE SIDE LENGTHS

$500 Answer from Perimeter Problems 11, 21, 33, 18, 25

$100 Question from Money Problems Bargles has a collection of dimes and nickels totaling $2. 50. The amount of dimes is double the number of nickels. How many of each coin does he have?

$100 Answer from Money Problems D = 20 and N = 10

$200 Question from Money Problems A collection of quarters and dimes total $4. 75. The number of quarters is 5 less than double the number of dimes. How many of each coin are there?

$200 Answer from Money Problems Q = 15 and D = 10

$300 Question from Money Problems Kendra has 20 total coins (all quarters and nickels). She has $2. 60. How many of each coin does she have?

$300 Answer from Money Problems N = 12 and Q = 8

$400 Question from Money Problems Fredrickson has 53 total coins; all of which are half dollars and dimes totaling $14. 50. How many of each coin does he have?

$400 Answer from Money Problems H = 23 and D = 30

$500 Question from Money Problems Sparkey has 114 coins in all totaling $7. 80 (All nickels and dimes). The number of nickels is 12 less than double the number of dimes. How many of each coin does he have?

$500 Answer from Money Problems N = 72; and Q = 42

$100 Question from Random Trivia What animal is the mascot of the store PUMA?

$100 Answer from Random Trivia A Puma

$200 Question from Random Trivia Which brand of bubblegum comes with a comic?

$200 Answer from Random Trivia Bazooka

$300 Question from Random Trivia Which of the following (if any) are real: a) Santa Claus b) Easter Bunny c) Tooth Fairy d) Maginn’s Muscles

$300 Answer from Random Trivia NONE!

$400 Question from Random Trivia Which school subject is by far wicked awesome?

$400 Answer from Random Trivia MATH!

$500 Question from Random Trivia What is the name of the band who sings the hit song “MMMBop”

$500 Answer from Random Trivia Hanson

Final Jeopardy Ethel has a collection of dimes, nickels, and quarters totaling $5. 45. The number of nickels is 5 less than double the amount of dimes. The number of quarters is 3 more than the number of dimes. Find the number of each coin.

Final Jeopardy D = 11; N = 17; and Q = 14

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