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# JEOPARDY!

JEOPARDY!. JEOPARDY!. Absolute Value - 200. Solve: Answer {3,-2}. Back. Absolute Value - 400. The graph of is translated 2 units to the left and down 6 units to produce the graph of f(x). What is the equation for f(x) ? Answer. Back. Absolute Value - 600.

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## JEOPARDY!

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1. JEOPARDY!

2. JEOPARDY!

3. Absolute Value - 200 Solve: Answer {3,-2} Back

4. Absolute Value - 400 The graph of is translated 2 units to the left and down 6 units to produce the graph of f(x). What is the equation for f(x)? Answer Back

5. Absolute Value - 600 Describe the changes that have occurred: Answer Shift left 3 Back

7. Absolute Value - 1000 A survey of a large number of high school students reported that 43.7% participated in an extracurricular activity. Results of surveys of this size can be off by as much as 1.5 percentage points. Write an inequality that describes the actual percent of students that read the newspaper. Answer Back

8. Domain and Range - 200 Find the domain and range of the relation {(3, 4), (2, 5), (3, 6), (-1, 4)}. Answer Domain: {-1, 3, 2} Range: {4, 5, 6} Back

9. Domain and Range - 400 Which of the following functions has a domain of a. c. b. d. Answer c. Back

10. Domain and Range - 600 What is the domain of the following function: Answer Back

11. Domain and Range - 800 What is the range of the following function: Answer Back

12. Domain and Range - 1000 Find the domain and range of the graph. Use set notation! Answer D: {x|-5≤ x ≤4} R: {y|0≤ y ≤4} 4 -5 4 Back

13. S.O.E - 200 Identify if the following system of equations is consistent and independent, consistent and dependent, or inconsistent. Answer inconsistent Back

14. S.O.E - 400 Solve the following system of equations: Answer (3,4) Back

15. S.O.E- 600 Solve the following system of equations: Answer (4,3) Back

16. S.O.E - 800 Solve the following system of inequalities: Answer (solve by graphing) Back

17. S.O.E - 1000 Solve the following system of inequalities: Answer (solve by graphing) Back

18. Matrices - 200 What are the dimensions of AB when A is a 4x2 matrix and B is a 2x3 matrix? Answer 4X3 Back

19. Matrices - 400 Solve for x and y: Answer x = 5, y = 3 Back

20. Matrices - 600 A hotel has single rooms, double rooms, and suites. The single rooms are \$60 weekday, \$79 weekend. The double rooms are \$70 weekday, \$89 weekend. The rates for a suite are \$75 weekday, \$95 weekend. Model this information in a matrix. Answer a 3x2 matrix Back

21. Matrices - 800 Write the following matrix equation as a system of linear equations: Answer Back

22. Matrices - 1000 If |A|=12 and what is the value of x? Answer x = 4 Back

23. Applications - 200 The sum of the digits of a two-digit number is 7. The difference when the ones digit is subtracted from the tens digit is 3. What is the two-digit number? Answer 52 Back

24. Applications - 400 The admission fee at a small fair is \$1.50 for children and \$4.00 for adults. On a certain day, 2200 people enter the fair and \$5050 is collected. How many children and how many adults attended? Answer There were 1500 children and 700 adults. Back

25. Applications - 600 A landscaping company placed two orders with a nursery. The first order was for 13 shrubs and 4 trees, totaling \$487. The second order was for 6 shrubs and 2 trees, totaling \$232. The bills do not list the per-item price. What were the costs of one shrub and of one tree? Answer Shrubs cost \$23 each; trees cost \$47 each. Back

26. Applications - 800 You bought 12 2-liter bottles of regular and diet pop for a school dance. The regular pop was on sale for \$1.00 per 2-liter bottle. The diet pop cost \$1.50 per 2-liter bottle. How many of each type of soda did you buy? Answer 6 bottles of regular, 6 bottles of diet Back

27. Applications - 1000 One car model costs \$12,000 and costs an average of \$0.30 per mile to maintain. Another car model costs \$14,000 and costs an average of \$0.20 per mile to maintain. If one of each model is driven the same number of miles, after how many miles would the total cost of one model be the same as the other? Answer 20000 miles Back

28. FINAL JEOPARDY You can work at most 20 hours next week. You need to earn at least \$92 to cover your weekly expenses. Your dog-walking job pays \$7.50 per hour and your job as a car wash attendant pays \$6 per hour. Write a system of linear inequalities to model the situation. Answer Let x = number of hours dog-walking. Let y = number of hours car-washing. Back

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