﻿ Classroom Jeopardy!®
 GAME NAME: GEOMETRY TERMS AND MORE SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 BASIC OPERATIONS TERMS BASIC OPS TERMS TERMS THAT DESCRIBE THE FOUR BASIC OPERATIONS
 ALWAYS, SOMETIMES, NEVER--NUMBER SETS A,S,N NUMBER SETS ANSWERS WILL ALL BE ALWAYS, SOMETIMES, OR NEVER
 TRIANGLES TRI- ANGLES KINDS OF TRIANGLES.
 AREA FORMULAS AREA FORMULA GIVE THE FORMULA FOR THE AREA OF THE GIVEN SHAPE
 OTHER SHAPES OTHER SHAPES IDENTIFY OTHER SHAPES

CLUE 1

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200 POINTS

Response 1

PROBLEM

SUM

A NATURAL NUMBER IS A

WHOLE NUMBER

ALWAYS

A TRIANGLE WITH AN ANGLE

LARGER THAN NINETY

DEGREES

OBTUSE TRIANGLE

THE COMMON NAME OF A

SQUARE

SQUARE

S+S+S+S OR 4S

COMMONLY RECOGNIZED AS

THE STOP SIGN

OCTAGON

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400 POINTS

Response 2

SUBTRACTION PROBLEM

DIFFERENCE

AN INTEGER IS A WHOLE

NUMBER

SOMETIMES

A TRIANGLE WITH THREE

EQUAL SIDES

EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE

RIGHT ANGLES

RECTANGLES

RECTANGLE

L X W (OR B X H)

A FIVE SIDED FIGURE

PENTAGON

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600 POINTS

Response 3

THE NUMBERS YOU MUTIPLY IN

A MULTIPLICATION PROBLEM

FACTORS

A NEGATIVE INTEGER IS A

COUNTING NUMBER

NEVER

A TRIANGLE WITH THREE

ANGLES SMALLER THAN 90

DEGREES

ACUTE TRIANGLE

SETS OF PARALLEL SIDES

PARALLELOGRAM

TRIANGLE

BH/2

THE NUMBER OF SIDES ON A

HEXAGON

SIX

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800 POINTS

Response 4

THE NUMBERS YOU ADD IN AN

A WHOLE NUMBER IS A

NATURAL NUMBER

SOMETIMES (EXCEPTION

IS 0)

A TRIANGLE WITH TWO EQUAL

SIDES

ISOSCELES TRIANGLE

FOUR EQUAL SIDES

RHOMBUS

CIRCLE

PI¥R^2

A TEN SIDED FIGURE

DECAGON

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1000 POINTS

Response 5

A NUMBER FROM WHICH

ANOTHER NUMBER IS

SUBTRACTED

MINUEND

A FRACTION IS A WHOLE

NUMBER

SOMETIMES (EX. 10/2)

A TRIANGLE WITH NO EQUAL

SIDES

SCALENE TRIANGLE

EXACTLY ONE PAIR OF

PARALLEL SIDES

TRAPEZOID

TRAPEZOID

(B1 + B2 )/2 ¥ H

ANY CLOSED, FLAT SHAPE

WITH STRAIGHT SIDES

POLYGON

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 GAME NAME: GEOMETRY TERMS AND MORE DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 MORE BASIC OPS TERMS BASIC OPS TERMS TERMS THAT DESCRIBE THE FOUR BASIC OPERATIONS
 PROPERTIES PROP- ERTIES GIVE THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED
 ROUND AND ROUND ROUND AND ROUND TERMS ABOUT CIRCLES
 COORDINATE PLANES COORD. PLANES TERMS ABOUT COORDINATE PLANES
 IN 3-D IN 3-D THREE DIMENSIONAL SHAPES

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400 POINTS

Response 1

MULTIPLICATION PROBLEM

PRODUCT

A NUMBER TIMES ZERO

EQUALS ZERO

ZERO PROPERTY OF

MULTIPLICATION

THE DISTANCE AROUND A

CIRCLE

CIRCUMFERENCE

SQUARES ARE RECTANGELS

ALWAYS

THE HORIZONTAL AXIS

X-AXIS

THIS SHAPE CAN BE FORMED

WITH SIX SQUARES

CUBE

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800 POINTS

Response 2

PROBLEM

QUOTIENT

A NUMBER PLUS ZERO EQUALS

THAT NUMBER

IDENTITY PROPERTY OF

THE DISTANCE ACROSS A

CIRCLE THROUGH THE MIDDLE

DIAMETER

TRAPEZOIDS ARE

PARALLELOGRAMS

NEVER

THE VERTICAL AXIS

Y-AXIS

THIS SHAPE CAN BE FORMED

WITH TWO CIRCLES AND A

CURVED RECTANGLE

CYLINDER

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Response 3

A NUMBER THAT IS DIVIDED

DIVIDEND

A TIMES B EQUALS B TIMES A

COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY

(OF MULTIPLICATION)

HALF A DIAMETER

RECTANGLES ARE

PARALLELOGRAMS

ALWAYS

(0,0)

ORIGIN

THIS FIGURE HAS NO VERTICES

OR FLAT FACES

SPHERE

CLUE 4

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1600 POINTS

Response 4

A NUMBER BY WHICH ANOTHER

IS DIVIDED

DIVISOR

MULTIPLYING THREE NUMBERS

OR MORE, CHANGING THE

ORDER DOES NOT CHANGE

ASSOCIATIVE PROPERTY

A LINE SEGMENT CONNECTING

TWO POINTS ON A CIRCLE, NOT

NECESSARILY THROUGH THE

MIDDLE

CHORD

RHOMBUSES ARE SQUARES

SOMETIMES

AN ORDERED PAIR OF

NUMBERS USED TO LOCATE A

POINT

COORDINATES

THE SHAPE COULD HAVE FOUR

VERTICES.  THEN AGAIN, IT

COULD HAVE FIVE.

PYRAMID

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2000 POINTS

Response 5

A NUMBER THAT IS

SUBTRACTED

SUBTRAHEND

A(B+C)=AB+AC

DISTRIBUTIVE

PROPERTY (OF

TWO OR MORE CIRCLES THAT

SHARE THE SAME CENTER

CONCENTRIC

PARALLELOGRAMS ARE

SQUARES

SOMETIMES

A REGION OF A COORDINATE

PLANE FORMED WHEN TWO

PERPENDICULAR NUMBER LINES

INTERSECT AT THEIR ORIGINS