﻿ Classroom Jeopardy!®
 GAME NAME: CHAPTER NINE SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 SEC. 9.1 SEC. 9.1 SQUARE ROOTS
 SEC. 9.1 SEC. 9.1 SQUARE ROOTS
 SEC. 9.1 SEC. 9.1 SQUARE ROOTS
 SEC. 9.2 SEC. 9.2 THE REAL NUMBER SYSTEM
 SEC. 9.2 SEC. 9.2 IDENTIFY AS RATIONAL OR IRRATIONAL
 SEC. 9.3 SEC. 9.3 THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS

Response 1

THE POSITIVE SQUARE ROOT

OF 25

5

A ______  ____ OF A NUMBER IS

A NUMBER WHICH, WHEN

MULTIPLIED BY ITSELF,

PRODUCES THE GIVEN

NUMBER.

SQUARE ROOT

THE TWO SQUARE ROOTS OF

64

8 AND -8

NUMBERS THAT CAN'T BE

WRITTEN AS THE QUOTIENT OF

TWO INTEGERS ARE CALLED

__________ NUMBERS.

IRRATIONAL

7/3

RATIONAL

A RIGHT TRIANGLE IS A

TRIANGLE THAT HAS A _____

ANGLE.

RIGHT

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 2

THE POSITIVE SQUARE ROOT

OF 49

7

EVERY POSITIVE NUMBER HAS

A POSITIVE SQUARE ROOT AND

A ________ SQUARE ROOT.

NEGATIVE

THE TWO SQUARE ROOTS OF

100

10 AND -10

THE RATIONAL AND

IRRATIONAL NUMBERS MAKE

UP THE SET OF ____ NUMBERS.

REAL

THE SQUARE ROOT OF 5

IRRATIONAL

THE SIDES THAT FORM THE

RIGHT ANGLE OF A RIGHT

TRIANGLE ARE CALLED THE

____.

LEGS

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS

Response 3

THE POSITIVE SQUARE ROOT

OF 81

9

NEGATIVE NUMBERS HAVE NO

SQUARE ROOTS BECAUSE THE

SQUARE OF A NUMBER IS

NEVER ________.

NEGATIVE

THE TWO SQUARE ROOTS OF

144

12 AND -12

ANY ________ NUMBER CAN BE

WRITTEN EITHER AS A

TERMINATING DECIMAL OR AS

A REPEATING DECIMAL.

RATIONAL

THE SQUARE ROOT OF 9

RATIONAL

THE SIDE OPPOSITE THE RIGHT

ANGLE OF A RIGHT TRIANGLE

IS CALLED THE __________.

HYPOTENUSE

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 4

THE POSITIVE SQUARE ROOT

OF 121

11

____ HAS ONE SQUARE ROOT,

WHICH IS ITSELF.

ZERO

THE TWO SQUARE ROOTS OF

225

15 AND -15

_____ NUMBERS ARE THE SET

OF NON-NEGATIVE INTEGERS.

WHOLE

0.567

RATIONAL

THE SQUARE OF ONE LEG PLUS

THE SQUARE OF THE OTHER

LEG EQUALS THE ______ OF

THE HYPOTENUSE.

SQUARE

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS

Response 5

THE POSITIVE SQUARE ROOT

OF 169

13

A _______ SQUARE IS ANY

NUMBER THAT HAS INTEGER

SQUARE ROOTS.

PERFECT

THE TWO SQUARE ROOTS OF

400

20 AND -20

RATIONAL NUMBERS INCLUDE

BOTH ________ AND WHOLE

NUMBERS.

INTEGERS

-8.4

RATIONAL

IF THE SQUARE OF ONE LEG IS

25, AND THE SQUARE OF THE

OTHER LEG IS 144, WHAT IS THE

HYPOTENUSE?

13

 CATEGORY: SOLVING TWO-STEPINEQUALITIES FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: -3A + 4 > -11 Response: A < 5

 GAME NAME: CHAPTER NINE DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 SEC. 9.3 SEC. 9.3 THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
 SEC. 9.4 SEC. 9.4 CONVERSE OF THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
 SEC. 9.5 SEC. 9.5 DISTANCE AND MIDPOINT FORMULAS
 SEC. 9.6 SEC. 9.6 SOLVING INEQUALITIES USING ADDITION OR SUBTRACTION
 SEC. 9.6 SEC. 9.6 SOLVING INEQUALITIES USING ADDITION OR SUBTRACTION
 SEC. 9.7 SEC. 9.7 SOLVING INEQUALITIES USING MULTIPLICATION OR DIVISION

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 1

0NE LEG OF A RIGHT TRIANGLE

IS 6 AND THE OTHER LEG IS 8.

WHAT IS THE HYPOTENUSE?

10

IN AN "IF - THEN" STATEMENT,

THE "IF" PART IS CALLED THE

__________.

HYPOTHESIS

FIND THE DISTANCE BETWEEN

POINTS:  (5, 4) AND (2, 0)

5

X < 10 X = ?

ANY NUMBER LESS THAN

10

X > 15 X = ?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 15

5M > 15 M = ?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 3

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 2

ONE LEG OF A RIGHT TRIANGLE

IS 5 AND THE OTHER LEG IS 12.

WHAT IS THE HYPOTENUSE?

13

IN AN "IF - THEN" STATEMENT,

THE "THEN" PART IS CALLED

THE __________.

CONCLUSION

FIND THE DISTANCE BETWEEN

POINTS: (-1, -3) AND (-1, -7)

4

X + 4 < 10 X = ?

ANY NUMBER LESS THAN

6

X + 18 > 30 X=?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 12

6K < 24 K = ?

ANY NUMBER LESS THAN

4

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS

Response 3

ONE LEG OF A RIGHT TRIANGLE

IS 7, AND THE OTHER LEG IS 24.

WHAT IS THE HYPOTENUSE?

25

IF THE SQUARE OF ONE LEG

PLUS THE SQUARE OF THE

OTHER LEG EQUALS THE

SQUARE OF THE HYPOTENUSE,

THEN THE TRIANGLE IS A _____

TRIANGLE.

RIGHT

FIND THE DISTANCE BETWEEN

THE POINTS: (0, 0) AND (3, 4)

5

X + 5 + 6 < 15

ANY NUMBER LESS THAN

4

X - 19 > 32 X = ?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 51

12P + 5 > 65 P = ?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 5

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS

Response 4

ONE LEG OF A RIGHT TRIANGLE

IS 8, AND THE OTHER LEG IS 15.

WHAT IS THE HYPOTENUSE?

17

IF THE SQUARE OF ONE LEG

PLUS THE SQUARE OF THE

OTHER LEG IS GREATER THAN

THE SQUARE OF THE

HYPOTENUSE, THE TRIANGLE IS

_____.

ACUTE

FIND THE DISTANCE BETWEEN

POINTS: (2, 0) AND (7, 12)

13

X - 7 < 13 X = ?

ANY NUMBER LESS THAN

20

X - 95 > 100 X = ?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 195

14Y + 3 < 45 Y = ?

ANY NUMBER LESS THAN

3

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS

Response 5

ONE LEG OF A RIGHT TRIANGLE

IS 35, AND THE OTHER LEG IS 12.

WHAT IS THE HYPOTENUSE?

37

IF THE SQUARE OF ONE LEG

PLUS THE SQUARE OF THE

OTHER LEG IS LESS THAN THE

SQUARE OF THE HYPOTENUSE,

THEN THE TRIANGLE IS ______.

OBTUSE

FIND THE DISTANCE BETWEEN

THE POINTS: (0, 0) AND (-6, -8)

10

X - 27 < 30 X = ?

ANY NUMBER LESS THAN

57

X + 5 - 5 > 100 X = ?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 100

12D - 8 > 136 D = ?

ANY NUMBER GREATER

THAN 12

 CATEGORY: SOLVING TWO-STEPINEQUALITIES FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: -3A + 4 > -11 Response: A < 5