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**Jeopardy**Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.**Name the**Function Quadratic Formula Which form? Imaginary Numbers Factoring Parabolas $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500**A function represented by a line.**Selection Board**What is a linear function?**Selection Board**A function represented by a “V – shape”**Selection Board**What is an absolute value function?**Selection Board**A function represented by a half curve**Selection Board**What is a radical function?**Selection Board**A function represented by a parabola or “u-shape”**Selection Board**What is a quadratic function?**Selection Board**A function represented by an “s-shape” or**snake Selection Board**What is a cubic function?**Selection Board**The expression found underneath the radical in**the formula. Selection Board**What is the discriminant?**Selection Board**Points on the x-axis found by replacing y with zero in a**quadratic equation. Selection Board**What are x-intercepts?**Selection Board**The type of solutions found when simplifying the expression**shown below Selection Board**What are complex numbers?**Selection Board**The number of real solutions the graph of a quadratic**equation associated with this solution will have. Selection Board**What is 2?**Selection Board**The number of times the graph of a quadratic equation**associated with this solution will touch the x-axis. Selection Board**What is once?**Selection Board**A quadratic equation of the form**, where a is a nonzero constant and the vertex of the graph is the point (h, k). Selection Board**What is vertex form?**Selection Board**A quadratic equation of the form**, where a is a nonzero constant and b and c are real numbers. Selection Board**What is standard form?**Selection Board**The coefficient that remains the same in either form of a**quadratic equation. Selection Board**What is a?**Selection Board**The form that a quadratic must be written in before the**quadratic formula can be applied. Selection Board**What is standard form?**Selection Board**The form that allows readers to simply look at the function**and know how it compares to the parent graph. Selection Board**What is vertex form?**Selection Board**A symbolic representation equivalent to**Selection Board**What is i?**Selection Board**The real number obtained when multiplying i by itself.**Selection Board**What is –1?**Selection Board**The type of number that must appear underneath a radical for**imaginary numbers to be considered. Selection Board**What is a negative number?**Selection Board**Two numbers in the form a + bi and a – bi**where a and b are real numbers. Selection Board**What are complex conjugates?**Selection Board**For a fraction to be considered “in simplest form,” i**cannot appear in this part of the fraction. Selection Board**What is the denominator?**Selection Board**The process that must be completed first when factoring a**4-term polynomial. For example… Selection Board**What is grouping?**Selection Board**The property that must be applied to solve a quadratic**equation when one side is in factored form and the other side is zero. For example… Selection Board**What is the zero product property?**Selection Board**The type of problem (emphasis on the operation) that you**wish to create when rewriting a polynomial in factored form Selection Board**What is a multiplication problem?**Selection Board**Given , these are the coefficients**that you multiply together in an effort to factor a quadratic expression Selection Board**What are a and c?**Selection Board