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 GAME NAME: MATHEMATICS CHAPTER TWO SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 COMBINING LIKE TERMS (SEC. 2.2) SEC. 2.2 SIMPLIFY THE EXPRESSION BY COMBINING LIKE TERMS.
 SOLVING EQUATIONS WITH MENTAL MATH (SEC. 2.3) SEC. 2.3 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS USING MENTAL MATH.
 TRANSLATE SENTENCES INTO EQUATIONS & SOLVE FOR THE VARIABLE SEC. 2.4 TRANSLATE INTO AN EQUATION AND SOLVE FOR THE VARIABLE.
 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION EQUATIONS (SEC. 2.5) SEC. 2.5 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS.
 MULTIPLICATION & DIVISION EQUATIONS (SEC. 2.6) SEC. 2.6 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS.
 PROBLEM SOLVING (SEC. 2.7) SEC. 2.7 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING WORD PROBLEMS.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS

Response 1

5X + 2X

7X

N + 10 = 16

N = 6

THE COST OF 5 CD'S @ "X"

DOLLARS EACH IS \$70

"X" = \$14

Z - 113 = 227

Z = 340

10X = 150

X = 15

THERE ARE 7 CAGES OF

HAMSTERS IN A PET SHOP. IF

EACH CAGE CONTAINS 8 BABY

HAMSTERS, HOW MANY BABY

HAMSTERS ARE THERE IN ALL?

56

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 2

3X + 2X + 2X

7X

Z - 10 = 25

Z = 35

THE NUMBER OF CANDY BARS

DECREASED BY 36 IS 64

N = 100

X + 27.5 = 57.5

X = 30

3Y = 219

Y = 73

A TAXI SHOWED \$5.50 ON THE

METER WHEN THE MAN GOT IN.

HE WENT TWELVE MILES @

\$2.50/MILE.  HOW MUCH DID HE

OWE THE DRIVER WHEN HE

ARRIVED?

\$35.50

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS

Response 3

7Y + 3Y

10Y

3Y + 12 = 42

Y = 10

THE NUMBER OF KITTENS IN

THE PET SHOP IF 7 MOTHER

CATS EACH HAD 6 KITTENS

K = 42

452 = Z - 18

Z = 470

X/5 = 15

X = 75

A CAR OWNER CHANGES HER

OIL EVERY 3,000 MILES.  THE

ODOMETER NOW READS 47,500

MILES.  HOW MANY MORE

MILES UNTIL THE OIL NEEDS

CHANGED?

500 MILES

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 4

7Y + 2X + 3Y + 5X

7X + 10Y

54 ÷ X = 9

X = 6

THE NUMBER OF TRADING

CARDS EACH CHILD WOULD

RECEIVE IF A DECK OF 98 WERE

DIVIDED AMONG 7 CHILDREN

C = 14

30 - 20 + Y = 65

Y = 55

Y / 21 = 7

Y = 147

A TEENAGER SCORES AT

LEAST 16,000 POINTS EVERY

TIME HE PLAYS A VIDEO GAME.

WHAT IS THE LEAST NUMBER

OF TOTAL POINTS HE SCORES

PLAYING 6 GAMES?

96,000 POINTS

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS

Response 5

6 (X + Y)

6X + 6Y

5X - 15 = 105

X = 24

THE SUM OF 18 AND TWO

TIMES A NUMBER IS 88

N = 35

0.95 + Z = 5.95

Z = 5

C/2.4 = 8

C = 19.2

A HIKER PLANS TO COMPLETE

A 117 MILE ROUTE IN 13 DAYS.

HOW MANY MILES/DAY MUST

THE HIKER COVER?

9 MILES

 CATEGORY: WORD PROBLEMS FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: THE CLASS IS PLANNING APIZZA PARTY FOR 32STUDENTS. EACH PIZZA HAS 12SLICES.HOW MANY PIZZASSHOULD THEY ORDER FOREACH STUDENT TO HAVE 3 Response: 8 PIZZAS
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 GAME NAME: MATHEMATICS CHAPTER TWO DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 COMBINING LIKE TERMS (SEC. 2.2) SEC. 2.2 SIMPLIFY THE EXPRESSION BY COMBINING LIKE TERMS.
 SOLVING EQUATIONS WITH MENTAL MATH (SEC. 2.3) SEC. 2.3 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS USING MENTAL MATH.
 TRANSLATE SENTENCES INTO EQUATIONS & SOLVE FOR THE VARIABLE SEC. 2.4 TRANSLATE INTO AN EQUATION AND SOLVE FOR THE VARIABLE.
 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION EQUATIONS (SEC. 2.5) SEC. 2.5 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS.
 MULTIPLICATION & DIVISION EQUATIONS (SEC. 2.6) SEC. 2.6 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS.
 PROBLEM SOLVING (SEC. 2.7) SEC. 2.7 SOLVE THE FOLLOWING WORD PROBLEMS.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 1

3X + 5X - 2X + 6X

12X

2K + 3K = 50

K = 10

THE COST OF 15 GAL. OF GAS

@ \$2.40/GAL.

C = \$36.00

X + 31 + 32 =  93

X = 30

17X = 85

X = 5

TWELVE HAMSTERS EACH

HAD TWELVE BABIES, AND

EACH OF THOSE HAD TWELVE

BABIES. HOW MANY

HAMSTERS WERE THERE IN

ALL?

1728 HAMSTERS

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 2

5(2X + 3)

10X + 15

B/12 = 5

60

THE VALUE OF ALL THE

COUPONS IN A BOOKLET THAT

HAS 6 COUPONS WORTH \$0.50

EACH PRINTED ON EACH OF 24

PAGES

V = \$72.00

X - 45 -40 = 15

X = 100

54X = 27

X = 0.5, OR 1/2

THE RECTANGULAR

PLAYGROUND HAD A LENGTH

OF 75 YARDS AND A WIDTH OF

50 YARDS.  IF YOU WALKED

AROUND THE PLAYGROUND

TWICE HOW FAR WOULD YOU

GO?

500 YARDS

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS

Response 3

3(2X + 5) + 4(3X + 2)

18X + 23

15Z - 6 = 39

Z = 3

THE DISTANCE ONE-THIRD OF

THE WAY BETWEEN TWO

CITIES THAT ARE 1,260 MILES

APART

D = 420 MILES

55 = Y + 5.5

Y = 49.5

X/23 = 4

X = 92

1 MILE = 5,280 FT. HOW MANY

YARDS ARE THERE IN 3 MILES?

5,280 YARDS

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS

Response 4

3Y + 5X + 3Y - 5X

6Y

Y - 8.6 = 9

Y = 17.6

THE MILES PER GALLON OF

GAS A CAR GETS THAT GOES

693 MILES ON 21 GALLONS OF

GAS

M = 33 MPG

Z + 13 + 13 + 13 + 13 = 52

Z = 0

Z = 324/36

Z = 9

IF A FACTORY MAKES 180

WIDGETS EVERY HOUR. HOW

MANY WIDGETS ARE

PRODUCED IN AN EIGHT-HOUR

SHIFT?

1440 WIDGETS

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS

Response 5

4(A + B) + 5(A + B)

9A + 9B

8X - 12 = 60

X = 9

THE FRACTION OF THE

REGULAR PRICE THAT IS PAID

FOR A \$35 SHIRT ON SALE FOR

\$25

F = 5/7

Y - 16 -16 -16 = 0

Y = 48

38/19( 49 ÷ 7) = X

X = 14

IF A CAR IS TRAVELING AT 60

MPH, HOW FAR WILL IT TRAVEL

IN 3 1/2 HOURS?

210 MILES

 CATEGORY: WORD PROBLEMS FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: THE CLASS IS PLANNING APIZZA PARTY FOR 32STUDENTS. EACH PIZZA HAS 12SLICES.HOW MANY PIZZASSHOULD THEY ORDER FOREACH STUDENT TO HAVE 3 Response: 8 PIZZAS
 JEOPARDY! is a registered trademark of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. © 2010 Jeopardy Productions, Inc. All Rights reserved. Classroom Jeopardy! © Educational Insights