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ZONK! Algebra 1 Midterm Review

ZONK! Algebra 1 Midterm Review

ZONK! directions 1) Each team will take turns choosing a button that will lead

ZONK! directions 1) Each team will take turns choosing a button that will lead to questions with 200, 400, 600, 800, 1000 points, ZONK!, or a Double ZONK! 2) If a question is drawn, your team must correctly solve the problem to earn points. 3) Drawing a ZONK! means that your team loses the turn and does not earn any points, Double ZONK! means that your team will lose points. 4) When all cards are drawn, the team with the most points wins. HAVE FUN!

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GREAT JOB! Thank you for playing

GREAT JOB! Thank you for playing

200 points Which relation is a function? A B C D

200 points Which relation is a function? A B C D

200 points B Return to Board

200 points B Return to Board

400 points The graph shows the height of an object after it is launched

400 points The graph shows the height of an object after it is launched into the air. Identify and describe any lines of symmetry. a. x = 3; It takes the object 3 seconds to return to the ground after it is launched. b. x = 1. 5; It takes 1. 5 seconds for the object to reach its maximum height and another 1. 5 seconds to return to the ground. c. y = 36; The object reaches a maximum height of 36 feet. d. There is no vertical line symmetry.

400 points B Return to Board

400 points B Return to Board

600 points The graph shows the value of a share of stock during the

600 points The graph shows the value of a share of stock during the trading day. On which interval(s) of x is the function positive? On which interval(s) of x is the function negative? a. positive: between 2. 5 and 5. 5; negative: between 0 and 2. 5, between 5. 5 and 8 b. positive: between 0 and 8; negative: nowhere c. positive: between 0 and 2. 5, between 5. 5 and 8; negative: between 2. 5 and 5. 5 d. positive: nowhere; negative: between 0 and 8

600 points Return to Board

600 points Return to Board

800 points Find three consecutive even integers with a sum of 48.

800 points Find three consecutive even integers with a sum of 48.

800 points 14, 16, 18 Return to Board

800 points 14, 16, 18 Return to Board

1000 points Solve the equation – 16(10 u – 90) = 32(8 u +

1000 points Solve the equation – 16(10 u – 90) = 32(8 u + 71)

1000 points Return to Board

1000 points Return to Board

200 points Find the slope of the line that passes through the pair of

200 points Find the slope of the line that passes through the pair of points. Show all your work in solving. (– 4, 1), (5, 4)

200 points Return to Board

200 points Return to Board

400 points Write an equation of the line that passes through the pair of

400 points Write an equation of the line that passes through the pair of points. (1, 2), (– 5, 5)

400 points Return to Board

400 points Return to Board

600 points Write the slope-intercept form of an equation of the line that passes

600 points Write the slope-intercept form of an equation of the line that passes through the given point and is parallel to the graph of the equation. (4, 1), x + 4 y = – 12

600 points Return to Board

600 points Return to Board

800 points Write each equation in standard form y + 5 = (x –

800 points Write each equation in standard form y + 5 = (x – 9)

800 points x – y = 14 Return to Board

800 points x – y = 14 Return to Board

1000 points

1000 points

1000 points Return to Board

1000 points Return to Board

200 points D Return to Board

200 points D Return to Board

400 points Find the inverse of each function f(x) = – 12 x +

400 points Find the inverse of each function f(x) = – 12 x + 3

400 points Return to Board

400 points Return to Board

600 points Solve the inequality. 4. 6 s – 3. 2 ≤ 2. 5

600 points Solve the inequality. 4. 6 s – 3. 2 ≤ 2. 5 s – 1. 52

600 points Return to Board

600 points Return to Board

and 800 points Solve the compound inequality and graph the solution set. and

and 800 points Solve the compound inequality and graph the solution set. and

800 points Return to Board

800 points Return to Board

1000 points Solve the inequality – 2(8 z + 4) < – 8(2 z

1000 points Solve the inequality – 2(8 z + 4) < – 8(2 z – 6)

1000 points (all real numbers) Return to Board

1000 points (all real numbers) Return to Board

200 points Graph the system of equations. Then determine whether the system has no

200 points Graph the system of equations. Then determine whether the system has no solution, one solution, or infinitely many solutions. If the system has one solution, name it. :

200 points one solution; (– 2, 1) Return to Board

200 points one solution; (– 2, 1) Return to Board

400 points Use substitution to solve the system of equations y = – 3

400 points Use substitution to solve the system of equations y = – 3 x + 27 8 x – 3 y = 123

400 points (12, – 9) Return to Board

400 points (12, – 9) Return to Board

600 points Use elimination to solve the system of equations. 6 x – 8

600 points Use elimination to solve the system of equations. 6 x – 8 y = – 54 – 3 x + 12 y = 99

600 points (3, 9) Return to Board

600 points (3, 9) Return to Board

800 points. Joji earns 3 times as much as Masao. If Joji and Masao

800 points. Joji earns 3 times as much as Masao. If Joji and Masao earn $4500. 00 together, how much money does Masao earn?

800 points $1125. 00 Return to Board

800 points $1125. 00 Return to Board

1000 points

1000 points

1000 points 3 Return to Board

1000 points 3 Return to Board

ZONK! Lose a turn Return to Board

ZONK! Lose a turn Return to Board

ZONK! Lose a turn Return to Board

ZONK! Lose a turn Return to Board

ZONK! Lose a turn Return to Board

ZONK! Lose a turn Return to Board

Double ZONK! Lose 200 pts Return to Board

Double ZONK! Lose 200 pts Return to Board

Double ZONK! Lose 200 pts Return to Board

Double ZONK! Lose 200 pts Return to Board