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Jeopardy Distributive Property Simplifying Expressions Operations with Integers Order of Operations Exponents Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

$100 Question from Distributive Property:

$100 Question from Distributive Property What does distribute mean?

$100 Answer from Distributive Property:

$100 Answer from Distributive Property Multiply

$200 Question from Distributive Property:

$200 Question from Distributive Property Simplify: 6(3 + 3y)

$200 Answer from Distributive Property:

$200 Answer from Distributive Property 18 + 18y

$300 Question from Distributive Property:

$300 Question from Distributive Property Simplify: 8(5 + 5x)

$300 Answer from Distributive Property:

$300 Answer from Distributive Property 40 + 40x

$400 Question from Distributive Property:

$400 Question from Distributive Property Simplify: 5(7 – 3y) + 4y

$400 Answer from Distributive Property:

$400 Answer from Distributive Property 35 – 11y

$500 Question from Distributive Property:

$500 Question from Distributive Property There are 14 boys in the class and 18 girls. The teacher decides to give all the student 3 cookies each. How can we use the distributive property to solve? Simplify the expression: 3(11 + 18)

$500 Answer from Distributive Property:

$500 Answer from Distributive Property 87

$100 Question from Simplifying Expressions:

$100 Question from Simplifying Expressions Simplify. 17u + 25u

$100 Answer from Simplifying Expressions:

$100 Answer from Simplifying Expressions 42u

$200 Question from Simplifying Expressions:

$200 Question from Simplifying Expressions Simplify. 17a + 21a

$200 Answer from Simplifying Expressions:

$200 Answer from Simplifying Expressions 38a

$300 Question from Simplifying Expressions:

$300 Question from Simplifying Expressions Simplify. 7m + 7 – 5m

$300 Answer from Simplifying Expressions:

$300 Answer from Simplifying Expressions 2m + 7

$400 Question from Simplifying Expressions:

$400 Question from Simplifying Expressions Simplify. 3x 2 – 2x 2

$400 Answer from Simplifying Expressions:

$400 Answer from Simplifying Expressions x 2

$500 Question from Simplifying Expressions:

$500 Question from Simplifying Expressions Simplify. 5z 2 + 3z + 8z 2

$500 Answer from Simplifying Expressions:

$500 Answer from Simplifying Expressions 13z 2 + 3z

$100 Question from Operations with Integers:

$100 Question from Operations with Integers Add. -11 + -7

$100 Answer from Operations with Integers:

$100 Answer from Operations with Integers -18

$200 Question from Operations with Integers:

$200 Question from Operations with Integers Subtract. -19 - 8

$200 Answer from Operations with Integers:

$200 Answer from Operations with Integers -27

$300 Question from Operations with Integers:

$300 Question from Operations with Integers Add. -8 + 13

$300 Answer from Operations with Integers:

$300 Answer from Operations with Integers 5

$400 Question from Operations with Integers:

$400 Question from Operations with Integers Subtract. -5 – (-6)

$400 Answer from Operations with Integers:

$400 Answer from Operations with Integers 1

$500 Question from Operations with Integers:

$500 Question from Operations with Integers Add. -12 + 8

$500 Answer from Operations with Integers:

$500 Answer from Operations with Integers -4

$100 Question from Order of Operations:

$100 Question from Order of Operations In the order of operations, what do you do first?

$100 Answer from Order of Operations:

$100 Answer from Order of Operations Parentheses

$200 Question from Order of Operations:

$200 Question from Order of Operations Simplify. 4 2

$200 Answer from Order of Operations:

$200 Answer from Order of Operations 16

$300 Question from Order of Operations:

$300 Question from Order of Operations Simplify. 35 – 3  8

$300 Answer from Order of Operations:

$300 Answer from Order of Operations 11

$400 Question from Order of Operations:

$400 Question from Order of Operations Simplify. 10 + 8 3 ÷ 16

$400 Answer from Order of Operations:

$400 Answer from Order of Operations 42

$500 Question from Order of Operations:

$500 Question from Order of Operations Simplify. (12 – 6)  5 2

$500 Answer from Order of Operations:

$500 Answer from Order of Operations 150

$100 Question from Exponents:

$100 Question from Exponents Simplify. 12x -5

$100 Answer from Exponents:

$100 Answer from Exponents 12/x 5

$200 Question from Exponents:

$200 Question from Exponents Simplify. 8 3  8 5

$200 Answer from Exponents:

$200 Answer from Exponents 8 8

$300 Question from Exponents:

$300 Question from Exponents Simplify. 17 83 /17 80

$300 Answer from Exponents:

$300 Answer from Exponents 17 3

$400 Question from Exponents:

$400 Question from Exponents Simplify. (z 4 ) 6

$400 Answer from Exponents:

$400 Answer from Exponents z 24

$500 Question from Exponents:

$500 Question from Exponents Simplify. (15x 2 y 3 z 4 ) 0

$500 Answer from Exponents:

$500 Answer from Exponents 1

Final Jeopardy:

Final Jeopardy Simplify. 17r + 3 – 5r + 8

Final Jeopardy Answer:

Final Jeopardy Answer 12r + 11

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