# Mathematics Jeopardy

This Mathematics Jeopardy game includes five categories, each with five questions ranging in difficulty from 100 to 500 points. The categories are Simplify, Solve, Graphs, Application, and Properties.

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Slide1JeopardyJeopardy 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Simplify Solve Graphs Application Properties

Slide2Simplify -100 Simplify  -100 n Simplify n Simplify Return to Main Board

Slide3Simplify  -  200 Simplify   -  200 n Simplify: n Simplify: Return to Main Board

Slide4Simplify  -  300 Simplify   -  300 n Simplify: n Simplify: Return to Main Board

Slide5Simplify  -  400 Simplify   -  400 n Simplify: n Simplify: Return to Main Board

Slide6Simplify  -  500 Simplify   -  500 n Simplify n Simplify Return to Main Board

Slide7Solve -  100 Solve  -  100 n Solve n Solve Return to Main Board

Slide8Solve  -  200 Solve   -  200 n Solve n Solve Return to Main Board

Slide9Solve  -  300 Solve   -  300 n Solve n Solve Return to Main Board

Slide10Solve  -  400 Solve   -  400 n Solve n Solve Return to Main Board

Slide11Solve  -  500 Solve   -  500 n Solve: n Solve: Return to Main Board

Slide12Graphs -  100 Graphs  -  100 n What  is  the  intercept  of: n What  is  the  intercept  of: Return to Main Board

Slide13Graphs -  200 Graphs  -  200 Return to Main Board n What  is  the  asymptote  for: n What  is  the  asymptote  for:

Slide14Graphs -  300 Graphs  -  300 DAILY  DOUBLE! DAILY  DOUBLE! Return to Main Board State  the  domain  in  interval  notation: State  the  domain  in  interval  notation:

Slide15Graphs -  400 Graphs  -  400 n What  is  the  asymptote: n What  is  the  asymptote: Return to Main Board

Slide16Graphs -  500 Graphs  -  500 n State  the  range  in  interval  notation: n State  the  range  in  interval  notation: Return to Main Board

Slide17Properties -  100 Properties  -  100 n Expand n Expand Return to Main Board

Slide18Properties -  200 Properties  -  200 Return to Main Board n Write  as  a  single  log: n Write  as  a  single  log:

Slide19Properties -  300 Properties  -  300 Return to Main Board n Expand n Expand

Slide20Properties -  400 Properties  -  400 Return to Main Board n Write  as  a  single  log: n Write  as  a  single  log:

Slide21Properties -  500 Properties  -  500 n Write  as  a  single  log: n Write  as  a  single  log: Return to Main Board

Slide22Applications -  100 Applications  -  100 n Find  the  account  balance  for  an  initial investment  of  \$2000  compounded monthly  at  a  rate  of  6.25%  for  6  years and  9  months. n Find  the  account  balance  for  an  initial investment  of  \$2000  compounded monthly  at  a  rate  of  6.25%  for  6  years and  9  months. Return to Main Board

Slide23Applications -  200 Applications  -  200 n Determine  the  amount  to  be  invested  at a  rate  of  7%  compounded  continuously to  produce  a  balance  of  \$15000  in  20 years. n Determine  the  amount  to  be  invested  at a  rate  of  7%  compounded  continuously to  produce  a  balance  of  \$15000  in  20 years. Return to Main Board

Slide24Applications -  300 Applications  -  300 n Write  an  exponential  model n Write  an  exponential  model for  the  points  (0,4)  and  (5,  .5) for  the  points  (0,4)  and  (5,  .5) Return to Main Board

Slide25Applications -  400 Applications  -  400 Return to Main Board Find the number of years required for a \$2000 investment to triple at 9.5% interest rate compounded continuously.

Slide26Applications -  500 Applications  -  500 Return to Main Board n The  spread  of  a  flu  virus  through  a certain  population  is  modeled  by  the equation  below  where  y  is  the  total infected  after  t  days.   In  how  many days  will  900  people  be  infected? n The  spread  of  a  flu  virus  through  a certain  population  is  modeled  by  the equation  below  where  y  is  the  total infected  after  t  days.   In  how  many days  will  900  people  be  infected?