GAME NAME:

MATHEMATICS CHAPTER 0NE

SINGLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

EXPRESSIONS & VARIABLES

(SEC. 1.2)

SEC. 1.2

DESCRIBE THE RESULT IN

WORDS.

POWERS & EXPONENTS (SEC.

1.3)

SEC. 1.3

EVALUATE THE NUMBER TO

THE GIVEN POWER.

ORDER OF OPERATIONS (SEC.

1.4)

SEC. 1.4

EVALUATE ACCORDING TO

THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS.

USING FORMULAS (SEC. 1.5)

SEC. 1.5

USE FORMULAS TO SOLVE.

PROBLEM SOLVING (SEC. 1.6)

SEC 1.6

SOLVE THE WORD PROBLEMS.

COMMUTATIVE &

ASSOCIATIVE PROPERTIES

(SEC. 1.7)

SEC. 1.7

DETERMINE THE PROPERTY

ILLUSTRATED IN EACH

EXAMPLE.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

180 + 20

THE SUM OF 180 AND

20 IS 200

9^2

81

(5+4) · 5

45

FIND THE AREA OF A TRIANGLE

WITH A BASE OF 6 AND A

HEIGHT OF 10

30

THREE HUNDRED STUDENTS

EACH SELL 100 RAFFLE

TICKETS.  HOW MANY TICKETS

WERE SOLD ALTOGETHER?

30,000

A + B = B + A

COMMUTATIVE

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

0.85 - 0.45

THE DIFFERENCE OF

0.85 AND 0.45 IS 0.40

10^3

1000

28 ÷ (3+3+1)

4

FIND THE AREA OF A TRIANGLE

WITH A BASE OF 15 AND A

HEIGHT OF 20

150

A CUSTOMER BOUGHT FIVE

PACKAGES OF CHEESE @ $1.50

EACH.  HOW MUCH DID HE PAY

FOR THE CHEESE?

$7.50

43 + (68 + 57) = 43 + (57 + 68)

COMMUTATIVE

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

12 · 9

THE PRODUCT OF 12

AND 9 IS 108

2^5

32

5^2 (2+3) - 100

25

FIND THE PERIMETER OF A

RECTANGLE WITH A LENGTH

OF 17 AND A WIDTH OF 10

54

A CLASS COLLECTED $1.25

FROM EACH OF ITS 20

MEMBERS.  HOW MUCH DID

THEY COLLECT IN ALL?

$25.00

(25 + 32) + 5 = 25 + (32 + 5)

ASSOCIATIVE

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

72 ÷ 3

THE QUOTIENT OF 72

AND 3 IS 24

3^5

243

20 - 2 · 9 + 5

7

FIND THE PERIMETER OF A

SQUARE WITH A SIDE OF 19

76

A GROCER ORDERED EIGHTY

BOXES OF KETCHUP.  EACH

BOX CONTAINED 48 BOTTLES.

HOW MANY BOTTLES DID HE

HAVE WHEN THE ORDER

ARRIVED?

3,840

19 · 10 = 10 · 19

COMMUTATIVE

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

52 / 4

THE QUOTIENT OF 52

AND 4 IS 13

10^6

1,000,000

14 - 8 + 4 · 2^3

38

FIND THE PERIMETER OF AN

EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE WITH

A SIDE OF 47

141

THE HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM

HOLDS 1,250 PEOPLE.  IF EACH

TICKET COSTS $7.00, HOW

MUCH MONEY WILL BE

COLLECTED IF THE GAME IS

SOLD OUT?

$8,750

(2X + Y) + 5 = 2X + (Y + 5)

ASSOCIATIVE

 CATEGORY:   

WORD PROBLEMS  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

A RANCHER SOLD ONE-THIRDOF HIS HERD OF 750 CATTLE.THEN HE SOLD HALF OF THEREMAINING CATTLE.  HOWMANY CATTLE DID HE HAVELEFT?

 Response:   

250 CATTLE

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 GAME NAME:

MATHEMATICS CHAPTER 0NE

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

EXPRESSIONS & VARIABLES

(SEC. 1.2)

SEC. 1.2

TRANSLATE TO A NUMERICAL

EXPRESSION AND EVALUATE.

POWERS AND EXPONENTS

(SEC. 1.3)

SEC. 1.3

EVALUATE FOR THE

EXPRESSION GIVEN.

ORDER OF OPERATIONS (SEC.

1.4)

SEC. 1.4

EVALUATE ACCORDING TO

THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS.

USING FORMULAS (SEC. 1.5)

SEC. 1.5

APPLY FORMULAS TO SOLVE.

PROBLEM SOLVING (SEC. 1.6)

SEC. 1.6

SOLVE THE WORD PROBLEMS.

DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY (SEC.

1.8)

SEC. 1.8

APPLY THE DISTRIBUTIVE

PROPERTY.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THE SUM OF 87 AND 13

100

2^5 + 5^2

57

29 + 16 ÷ 8 · 25

79

A CAR TRAVELING AT 50 MPH

FOR THREE HOURS WILL

TRAVEL WHAT DISTANCE?

150 MILES

SIX POUNDS OF GRAPES @

$1.19/LB. AND THREE POUNDS

OF ORANGES @ $2.10/LB.

WOULD COST HOW MUCH?

$13.44

2( 3X + 5 ) = ?

6X + 10

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE DIFFERENCE OF 119 AND 20

99

6^3 - 216

0

36 + 16 - 50 ÷ 25

50

A CAR TRAVELING AT 65 MPH

FOR SEVEN HOURS WILL

TRAVEL WHAT DISTANCE?

455 MILES

YOU ARE REMODELING YOUR

KITCHEN. THE COST OF THE

FLOOR TILES IS $840.   YOU

WILL USE 140 TILES TO COVER

THE FLOOR. WHAT DOES EACH

FLOOR TILE COST?

$6

12 ( 3X - 8 ) = ?

36X - 96

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE PRODUCT OF 27 AND 20

540

4^3 · 2^1

128

3^3 - 8 · 3 ÷ 12

25

WHAT WAS THE AVERAGE

SPEED A CAR WAS TRAVELING

AT IF IT TRAVELED 450 MILES IN

NINE HOURS?

50 MPH

THE DOG CATCHER CAUGHT 12

DOGS ON MONDAY, 17 ON

TUESDAY, AND 5 ON

WEDNESDAY.  HALF OF ALL

THE DOGS WERE ADOPTED.

HOW MANY REMAINED AT THE

SHELTER?

17

10 ( 2.5X + 2X ) = ?

45X

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THE QUOTIENT OF 3333 AND 11

303

12^3 ÷ 1728

1

48 ÷ [ 2 · (12 - 4) ]

3

HOW MANY MINUTES WOULD

IT TAKE TO TYPE FOUR

HUNDRED WORDS IF YOU

TYPED AT A RATE OF FIFTY

WORDS PER MINUTE?

8 MINUTES

HOW MANY 36-SEAT BUSES

ARE NEEDED TO TRANSPORT

300 STUDENTS?

9 (WITH 24 SEATS

UNUSED)

4 ( 25X + ? ) = 100X + 60

15

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

THE QUOTIENT OF "X" AND 25,

WHEN "X" = 175

7

2^0 ·2^1 · 2^2 · 2^3

64

3^3 - 15 ÷ 5 + 2

26

IF YOU TRAVELED AN

AVERAGE DISTANCE OF 135

MILES A DAY, HOW MANY

DAYS WOULD IT TAKE TO

TRAVEL 1485 MILES?

11 DAYS

A CONVOY OF SEVEN SHIPS

TRANSPORTED A COMBINED

TOTAL OF ONE MILLION

POUNDS OF FOOD TO

REFUGEES.  HOW MANY TONS

OF FOOD DID THE CONVOY

TRANSPORT?

500 TONS

12 ( ?X -5 ) = 120X - 60

10

 CATEGORY:   

WORD PROBLEMS  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

A RANCHER SOLD ONE-THIRDOF HIS HERD OF 750 CATTLE.THEN HE SOLD HALF OF THEREMAINING CATTLE.  HOWMANY CATTLE DID HE HAVELEFT?

 Response:   

250 CATTLE

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