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

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 COMPARING AND ORDERING INTEGERS COMP & ORDER INTEGER
 SUBTRACTING INTEGERS SUBTRAC INTEGER
 LITTLE BIT OF BOTH LITTLE BIT OF BOTH
 EXPRESS YOURSELF LEVEL 1 EXPRESS LEVEL 1
 VOCAB VOCAB

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS

Response 1

>, < OR = 2 ____ -2

>

12 + -29

-17

0 - (-6)

6

-17 + (-15) -5

-37

EVALUATE 2B + 18 FOR B = -6,

-2, 4

6; 14; 26

PAIRS OF NUMBERS THAT ARE

THE SAME DISTANCE ON A

NUMBER LINE FROM ZERO.

OPPOSITES

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 2

>, < OR = 3/5 ____ -9/8

>

-70 + -20

-90

-41 - 51

-92

25 - 50 + (-50)

-75

EVALUATE 4T - 4 FOR T = 1, 0, -1

0; -4; -8

THE SET OF POSITIVE WHOLE

NUMBERS, THEIR OPPOSITES,

AND ZERO.

INTEGERS

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS

Response 3

>, < OR = -19 ____ -21

>

45 + -36

9

32 - (-25)

57

5 - 12 - 17 - 3

-27

EVALUATE 3C - 9 FOR C = 7; -4;

-6

12; -21; -27

THE DISTANCE FROM ZERO TO

AN INTEGER ON THE NUMBER

LINE.

ABSOLUTE VALUE

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 4

WRITE IN ORDER FROM LEAST

TO GREATEST -8, 0, -9

-9, -8, 0

-401 + -59

-460

14 - 18

-4

6 + 2 - (-3) - 6

5

EVALUATE 10N - 30 FOR N = 6, 5,

-1

30; 20; -40

NUMBERS WHOSE VALUE IS

GREATER THAN ZERO.

POSITIVE NUMBERS

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS

Response 5

WRITE IN ORDER FROM LEAST

TO GREATEST 8, -8, -2

-8, -2, 8

-(-80) + (-40)

40

-23 - (-23)

0

-13 + (-12) + 15

-10

EVALUATE 6A - 7 FOR A = -8, -7,

8

-55; -49; 41

NUMBERS WHOSE VALUE IS

LESS THAN ZERO

NEGATIVE NUMBERS

 CATEGORY: EXPRESS YOURSELF LEVEL 10 FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: EVALUATE 3X^2 + 4X - 17  FORX = 1, 0, -1 Response: -10; -17; -18

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

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 MULTIPLICATION OF INTEGERS MULT OF INTEGER
 DIVISION OF INTEGERS DIVISION OF INTEGER
 EQUATIONS EQUA- TIONS
 EXPRESS YOURSELF LEVEL 2 EXPRESS LEVEL 2
 NUMBER JUGGLING NUMBER JUGGLIN'
 WHERE IN THE WORLD IS MR. F WHERE IS MR. F

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 1

-13 × 5

-65

-20 ÷ -2

10

T - 11 = -38

T = -27

EVALUATE 16B - 10 FOR B = 2, 1,

-1

22; 6; -26

USE THE OPERATIONS + - × ÷

AND THE NUMBERS 3, 5, -10 TO

FINISH THIS EQUATION: _ O _ O

_ = 25

3 X 5 - (-10)

MR. F WAS IN OSLO ON

MONDAY AND THE

TEMPERATURE WAS -15° F.  ON

TUESDAY HE WAS IN HELSINKI

AND THE TEMPERATURE WAS

-10° F. WHICH CITY WAS

COOLER?

OSLO

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 2

-8 × 12

-96

-8 ÷ -4

2

-4X = -48

X = 12

EVALUATE 7D / 2 FOR D = 2, 4,

-6

7; 14; -21

USE THE OPERATIONS + - × ÷

AND THE NUMBERS 3, 5, -10 TO

FINISH THIS EQUATION: _ O _ O

_ = -150

5 X+ 3 X -10

EVERY MINUTE MR. F'S HOT AIR

BALLOON DESCENDS 17 FEET.

IF THIS CONTINUES FOR 8

MINUTES, WHAT IS THE

CHANGE IN HEIGHT?

-136 FEET; OF DROP

OF 136 FEET

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS

Response 3

-1 × 1

-1

500 ÷ -10

-50

S / -4 = 80

S = -320

EVALUATE 12Q + 5 FOR Q = 5,

-7, -1/2

65; -79; -1

USE THE OPERATIONS + - × ÷

AND THE NUMBERS 3, 5, -10 TO

FINISH THIS EQUATION: _ O _ O

_ = -6

-10 X 3 / 5

MR. F IS 120' OVER THE OCEAN

IN A HOT-AIR BALLOON.  HIS

FRIEND IS SCUBA DIVING

DIRECTLY BELOW HIM.  SHE IS

25' BELOW THE SURFACE.  HOW

FAR APART?

145 FEET

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS

Response 4

-3/2 × -4

6

625 ÷ -25

-25

15 - A = 63

A = -48

EVALUATE 9U × 2 FOR U = -6, -2,

4

-108; -36; 72

USE THE OPERATIONS + - × ÷

AND THE NUMBERS 3, 5, -10 TO

FINISH THIS EQUATION: _ O _ O

_ = -20

5 - 3 X -10

MR. FULLMER WAS IN LONDON

WHERE THE TEMPERATURE

WAS 15° F AND OVERNIGHT IT

DROPPED TO -2°F.  WHAT WAS

THE CHANGE IN

TEMPERATURE?

-17 DEGREES OR DROP

OF 17 DEGREES

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS

Response 5

47 × -3

-141

-1210 ÷ -11

110

51/K = -17

K = -3

EVALUATE 1/2P + 101 FOR P = -8,

-46, 2

97; 78; 102

USE THE OPERATIONS + - × ÷

AND THE NUMBERS 3, 5, -10 TO

FINISH THIS EQUATION: _ O _ O

_ = 12

5 - (-10) -3

MR. F WENT BUNGEE JUMPING.

THE TOWER HE JUMPED FROM

WAS 179'. THE ROPE'S END  WAS

150' DOWN. HOW HIGH ABOVE

THE GROUND IS THE END OF

THE ROPE?

29'

 CATEGORY: EXPRESS YOURSELF LEVEL 10 FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: EVALUATE 3X^2 + 4X - 17  FORX = 1, 0, -1 Response: -10; -17; -18