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**Jeopardy**Final Jeopardy**$100 Question from Numbers & Operations**• Aubrey can run at a pace of 6 miles per hour. Running at the same rate, how many miles can she run in 90 minutes? • 4 • 6 • 8 • 9 • 12**$200 Question from Numbers & Operations**• Which of the following is a factor of 15 + 45? • 18 • 25 • 30 • 35 • 45**$300 Question from Numbers & Operations**• A number is divided by four. The result is divided by three, for a final result of two. What was the original number? • 6 • 12 • 18 • 24 • 36**$400 Question from Numbers & Operations**• Which of the following is NOT a positive multiple of 9 + 3? • 3 • 12 • 24 • 48 • 60**$500 Question from Numbers & Operations**• abcdeabcdeabc… • In the sequence of letters shown above, the first letter is a, followed by b, c, d, and e, at which point the pattern repeats. Which of the following is the 31st letter in this sequence? • a • b • c • d • e**$100 Question from Algebra & Functions**A pool that is being drained contains 300 – 6t gallons of water after t minutes of draining. How many gallons of water does the pool contain after 15 minutes of draining?**$200 Question from Algebra & Functions**Bill is 27 years older than Ted, who is 38 years younger than Amy. In how many years will Bill be the same age as Amy is now?**$300 Question from Algebra & Functions**A three-digit number, XYZ, is formed of three non-zero digits X, Y, Z. If the value of X is twice the value of Z, and the value of Y is three times the value of X, what is the number X, Y, Z.**$400 Question from Algebra & Functions**Amy is two years older than Bill. The square of Amy’s age in years is 36 greater than the square of Bill’s age in years. What is the sum of Amy’s age and Bill’s age in years?**$500 Question from Algebra & Functions**• In the equation shown above, x, y, and z are positive integers. All of the following could be a possible value of y EXCEPT • 4 • 6 • 8 • 12 • 20**$100 Question from Geometry & Measure**• Three lines L1, L2, and L3 lie in a plane. If L1 || L2, which of the following is never true? • a) A point on L1 can lie on L3. • A point on L1 cannot lie on L2. • A point on L2 can lie on L3. • A point on L3 can lie on both L1 and L2. • A point on L3 cannot lie on both L1 and L2.**$200 Question from Geometry & Measure**A square is tangent to a line at point P in the figure above. What is the value of x?**$300 Question from Geometry & Measure**• In the figure above, ABCD is a rectangle. What is the area of ABCD? • a) • b) • c) • d) • e)**$400 Question from Geometry & Measure**• The circle shown with center O is divided into 4 equal regions. If the area of the circle is , what is the perimeter of the shaded region? • a) • b) • c) • d) • e)**$500 Question from Geometry & Measure**• In the figure above, a square is inscribed in a circle. If the area of the square is 36, what is the perimeter of the shaded region? • a) • b) • c) • d) • e)**$100 Question from Statistics & Probability**• A gab contains tomatoes that are either green or red. The ratio of green tomatoes to red tomatoes in the bag is 4 to 3. When five green tomatoes and five red tomatoes are removed, the ratio becomes 3 to 2. How many tomatoes were originally in the bag? • 12 • 15 • 16 • 24 • 30**$200 Question from Statistics & Probability**The average of four different integers is 808. One of the integers is 107 and one of the integers is 800. If all of the integers are positive, what is the largest that one of the other two numbers could be?**$300 Question from Statistics & Probability**• All cabbages are red. • Which of the following statements shows that the statement above is FALSE? • David is eating a red apple. • Bill is eating a green apple. • Alice is not eating a red cabbage. • Ted is eating a red cabbage. • Keisha is eating a green cabbage.**$400 Question from Statistics & Probability**Based on the table above, what is the difference in cost of a 20-minutes call from city X to city Y and a 20 minute call from city X to city Z? a) $1.05 b) $1.20 c) $1.95 d) $2.95 e) $3.00**$500 Question from Statistics & Probability**• Which of the following answer choices is equal to the sum of three consecutive odd integers? • 153 • 154 • 155 • 156 • 157**$100 Question from Potpourri**• In a series of integers, each term (after the first term) is twice as large as the prior term. If the first term is 3, what is the third term? • 3 • 6 • 9 • 12 • 27**$200 Question from Potpourri**If 3x = 13 and 2y = 7, what is the value of 3(2x) – 2(3y)?**$300 Question from Potpourri**In the figure above, two line segments meet at a point on line l. If the value of y is equal to the square of the value of x, what is the value of y?**$400 Question from Potpourri**The median of a particular set of 10 integers is itself an integer. Which of the following could be true? I. The integers of the set are all identical II. The integers of the set are consecutive III. The 5th largest and 6th largest integers of the set are odd. a) I only b) II only c) I and II only d) I and III only e) I, II, and III**$500 Question from Potpourri**Two cars are racing at a constant speed around a circular racetrack. Car A requires 15 seconds to travel once around the racetrack, and car B requires 25 seconds to travel once around the racetrack. If car A passes car B, how many seconds will elapse before car A once again passes car B?