﻿ Classroom Jeopardy!®
 GAME NAME: SCOTT FORESMAN MATH 6TH SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 YOU'RE MEAN! YOU'RE MEAN! COMPUTE THE MEAN FOR EACH SET OF DATA.
 MIDDLE OF THE ROAD MIDDLE OF THE ROAD COMPUTE THE MEDIAN FOR EACH SET OF DATA.
 TELL THE TRUTH, YOU OUTLIAR! YOU OUTLIAR! NAME EACH THE OUTLIER(S) OF EACH SET OF DATA, THEN COMPUTE THE MEAN W/ AND
 HOME, HOME ON THE RANGE HOME ON THE RANGE COMPUTE THE RANGE FOR EACH SET OF DATA.
 IS THIS MATH OR BOTANY? MATH OR BOTANY? RANDOM QUESTIONS ABOUT STEM-AND-LEAF PLOTS.
 PICK YOUR WORDS CAREFULLY PICK YOUR WORDS NAME THE DESCRIBED VOCABULARY WORD.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS

Response 1

1, 2, 8, 9

WHAT IS 5?

8,  12,  19,  10,  12,  14,  15,  10

WHAT IS 12?

5,  3,  8,  32,  2

WHAT IS 32, 10, AND

4.5?

108,  106,  113,  116,  113,  104

WHAT IS 12?

A STORY SHOULD HAVE ONE,

SO SHOULD A STEM-AND-LEAF

PLOT.

WHAT IS A TITLE?

SURVEY RESULTS IN WHICH

SAMPLES ARE CHOSEN OR

USED UNFAIRLY

WHAT IS BIASED?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 2

.3  .3  .3  .4  .5  .5  .5  1.2

WHAT IS .5?

245,  360,  129,  211,  298

WHAT IS 245?

700, 500, 600, 900, 800, 100

WHAT IS 100, 600,

AND 700?

16.3  7.8  5.9  6  12  6

WHAT IS 10.4?

THE MODE: 1     0 1 2 2 4 2     5 6 8

8 9 3     1 2 6 7 8

WHAT IS 12 AND 28?

AN EXTREME VALUE IN A DATA

SET, SEPARATED FROM MOST

OF THE OTHER VALUES

WHAT IS OUTLIER?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS

Response 3

2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 5, 5

WHAT IS 3.5?

20,  40,  50,  30,  60,  30,  50

WHAT IS 40?

25, 28, 27, 42, 25

WHAT IS 42, 29.4 AND

26.3?

13.6  22.3  13.4  7.2  3.8  7.2

WHAT IS 18.5?

THE MEDIAN: 1     0 1 2 2 4 2     5 6

8 8 9 3     1 2 6 7 8

WHAT IS 28?

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN

THE GREATEST AND LEAST

NUMBERS IN A SET OF DATA

WHAT IS RANGE?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 4

3000,   5000,  2000, 4000,   2000,

2000

WHAT IS 3000?

11,  19,  10,  16,  22,  24,  20,  14

WHAT IS 17.5?

450,  420,  435,  5500,  440

WHAT IS 5500, 1449,

AND 436.25?

3.6   3.55   3.75   3.8 5.2   3.5   3.75

WHAT IS 1.7?

THE MEAN (ROUND TO 10TH): 1

0 1 2 2 4 2     5 6 8 8 9 3     1 2 6 7 8

WHAT IS 24.6?

THE ENTIRE GROUP OF

INDIVIDUALS OR ITEMS FROM

WHICH A SAMPLE IS CHOSEN

WHAT IS POPULATION?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS

Response 5

(ROUND TO 10TH) 9.3  5.4  8.2  8.1

8.2  9.0  8.2

WHAT IS 8.1?

33,  58,  47,  54,  37,  41

WHAT IS 44?

9.4  10.2  3.1  8.4  9.4

WHAT IS 3.1, 8.1,

AND 9.4?

3.61   3.552   3.753   3.84 5.25   3.56

3.757

WHAT IS 1.698?

CREATE A STEM-AND-LEAF

PLOT FOR THE FOLLOWING: 17

18  24  40  25 25  24  24  26  33

SEE ATTACHED

EXAMPLE.

MEASURES, SUCH AS MEAN,

MEDIAN AND MODE (BUT NOT

RANGE), THAT INDICATE WHAT

IS TYPICAL IN A SET OF DATA

WHAT IS "MEASURES OF

CENTRAL TENDENCY"?

 CATEGORY: OUTLIER FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: FIND THE MEAN, MEDIAN ANDMODE WITH AND WITHOUT THEOUTLIER:  1,  2,  2,  3,  102 Response: WHAT IS WITH 22; 2;2, WITHOUT 2; 2; 2?

 GAME NAME: SCOTT FORESMAN MATH 6TH DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 DO IT ALL! DO IT ALL! COMPUTE THE MEAN, MEDIAN, AND MODE FOR EACH SET OF DATA.
 CANDY STORE: NO TASTING OR SAMPLING NO TASTE OR SAMP. RANDOM QUESTIONS ABOUT SAMPLING.
 GRAPH-ITI GRAPH- ITI RANDOM QUESTIONS ABOUT GRAPH MAKING.
 WHAT'S THE POINT (OF VIEW)? POINT OF VIEW? RANDOM QUESTIONS ABOUT POINT OF VIEW.
 I FORGOT TO ASK YOU THIS....... I FORGOT THIS... RANDOM QUESTIONS ABOUT DATA AND STATISTICS.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 1

1  2  3  4  5

WHAT IS 5; 3; NO

MODE?

REP OR BIASED? THE

MANAGER OF A MALL USES A

SUGGESTION BOX TO

DETERMINE THAT MOST

SHOPPERS WOULD LIKE MORE

RESTAURANTS.

WHAT IS BIASED?

WHAT KIND OF GRAPH? TICKET

SALES OVER THE COURSE OF

10 HOURS AT THE STATE FAIR.

WHAT IS LINE

GRAPH/BAR GRAPH?

WHICH GRAPH? SHOULD THE

CAFETERIA CONTINUE TO

SERVE DESSERTS AT

LUNCHTIME THAT ARE

UNHEALTHY?

WHAT IS GRAPH II?

SAMPLING IN WHICH EACH

INDIVIDUAL OR ITEM HAS AN

EQUAL CHANCE OF BEING

CHOSEN

WHAT IS RANDOM

SAMPLING?

THE SYMBOL USED FOR

SUMMATION

WHAT IS SIGMA?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 2

14  7  5  3  7  6

WHAT IS 7; 6.5; 7?

REP OR BIASED? A CAR

DEALER TALLIES THE COLORS

OF CARS THAT PASS THE

SHOWROOM IN ORDER TO

DETERMINE THE MOST

POPULAR COLOR.

WHAT IS

REPRESENTATIVE?

WHAT KIND OF GRAPH? ROOM

14 TEST SCORES ON CHAPTER

3 MATH TEST.

WHAT IS

PICTOGRAPH/CIRCLE

WHICH QUESTION DO YOU

THINK IS MOST FAIR? A B C

WHAT IS B?

THE MIDDLE NUMBER OR

AVERAGE OF THE TWO MIDDLE

NUMBERS WHEN DATA ARE

ARRANGED IN ORDER

WHAT IS MEDIAN?

THE SYMBOL USED FOR THE

MEAN OF A POPULATION

WHAT IS MU?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS

Response 3

8  6  13  16  13  4

WHAT IS 10; 10.5;

13?

YOU USE A SAMPLE WHEN THIS

IS TOO LARGE TO COUNT

WHAT IS POPULATION?

THIS TYPE OF GRAPH SHOW

PARTS OF A WHOLE

WHAT IS CIRCLE

GRAPH?

WHAT'S THE CLAIM? CLAIM

CONTAINS 5 G OF

HAS 7 G. SO, COOKIE A IS

HEALTHIER.

HEALTHIER" AND "NO"?

QUESTIONNAIRE OR OTHER

DEVICE DESIGNED TO GET

INFORMATION FROM A

POPULATION

WHAT IS RESPONSES TO

A SURVEY?

THE SYMBOL USED FOR MEAN

OF A SAMPLE

WHAT IS AN X WITH A

LINE OVER IT?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS

Response 4

16.3  7.8  5.9  6  12  6

WHAT IS 9; 6.9; 6?

ENTIRE POPULATION OR

SAMPLE? THE MEAN AGE OF

WHAT IS SAMPLE?

THIS GRAPH SHOWS CHANGE

OVER TIME

WHAT IS LINE GRAPH?

WHAT'S THE CLAIM? CLAIM

JUSTIFIED? 65% OF 6TH DON'T

WANT TO HAVE SWIMMING

LESSONS DURING PE IN THE

WINTER. SO, KIDS DON'T WANT

TO SWIM IN PE.

DON'T WANT TO SWIM IN

USING ANY CONVENIENT

METHOD TO CHOOSE A

SAMPLE FOR A SURVEY,

USUALLY RESULTING IN A

BIASED SURVEY

WHAT IS CONVENIENCE

SAMPLING?

WHEN AN OUTLIER THAT IS

LARGER THAN THE REST OF

THE DATA IS REMOVED, THIS

HAPPENS TO THE MEAN.

WHAT IS DECREASES?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS

Response 5

3  5  7.4  3.1  5  2.7  11.6

WHAT IS 5.4; 5; 5?

ENTIRE POPULATION OR

SAMPLE? THE MEAN OF THE

HEIGHTS OF TEACHERS AT

PERSHING.

WHAT IS POPULATION?

THESE TWO TYPES OF GRAPHS

SHOW SPECIFIC NUMBERS

WHAT ARE BAR GRAPHS

AND PICTOGRAPHS?

WHAT'S THE CLAIM? CLAIM

JUSTIFIED? 90% OF

KINDERGARTNERS KNOW

THEIR ALPHABET. CJ IS IN K, SO

HE PROBABLY KNOWS HIS

ALPHABET.

WHAT IS "CJ PROBABLY

KNOWS HIS ALPHABET"

SERVING AS OR PROVIDING A

TYPICAL EXAMPLE OF

SOMETHING, SUCH AS A

POPULATION

WHAT IS

REPRESENTATIVE?

WHEN AN OUTLIER THAT IS

SMALLER THAN THE REST OF

THE DATA IS REMOVED, THIS

HAPPENS TO THE MODE.

WHAT IS "NOTHING"?

 CATEGORY: OUTLIER FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: FIND THE MEAN, MEDIAN ANDMODE WITH AND WITHOUT THEOUTLIER:  1,  2,  2,  3,  102 Response: WHAT IS WITH 22; 2;2, WITHOUT 2; 2; 2?