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Unit One Unit Two Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 First Category - 100 2/15 as a decimal First Category – 100 What is 0.13 First Category - 200 The group (set) -3/5, 22, -3.6, and 1006 belong to. First Category – 200 What is Rational Numbers. First Category - 300 What is the standard notation for the diameter -5 of 7.302 x 10 First Category – 300 What is 0.00007302 First Category - 400 0.06% as a decimal First Category – 400 What is 0.0006 First Category - 500 The scientific notation form of 30,480,000,000 First Category – 500 What is 10 3.048 x 10 Second Category - 100 A track team had 6 students that completed the long jump event. The table shows how far each student jumped: Calculate the MAD (Mean Absolute Deviation) for the number set – Distance Jumped 4.5 5.25 6.05 4.75 7.0 4.1 Second Category – 100 What is ≈ 0.83 Second Category - 200 MAD CHECK Second Category – 200 What is: Mean Absolute Deviation Second Category - 300 The mean (average) of: 15 21 17 26 Second Category – 300 What is 19.75 Second Category - 400 Deviation = Second Category – 400 What is “how far away from…” In MAD – deviation is how far away from the mean. Second Category - 500 The MAD of: 121 136 17 Second Category – 500 What is 11.33 Third Category - 100 DJ’s father started a college fund with $5000 on DJ’s 8th birthday. The amount of money DJ will th have on his 18 birthday if his fund has a simple interest rate of 2.5%. Third Category – 100 What is $6250 Third Category - 200 Simple Interest Formula = Compound Interest Formula = Third Category – 200 Simple Interest - I = Prt (principal x rate x time) Compound Interest – A = P(1 + r)t {principal x (1 + rate) x the power of time} Third Category - 300 5x + 12 = 162 Third Category – 300 What is x = 30 Third Category - 400 Derrick’s Dog Sitting and Darlene’s Dog Sitting are competing for new business. Derrick charges $12 plus $5 per hour. Darlene charges $18 plus $3 per hour. The business that is more economical when needing 5 hours of service. Third Category – 400 What is Darlene’s Dog Sitting at $33.00 Third Category - 500 1/7b – 6 = 3/7b + 4 Third Category – 500 What is b = -35 Fourth Category - 100 Slope Fourth Category – 100 What is the CONSTANT RATE, THE RATE, THE CONSTANT, THE RATE OF CHANGE, M, RISE/RUN, THE CHANGE IN Y/THE CHANGE IN X (any of these answers are correct). Fourth Category - 200 The slope of this line Fourth Category – 200 What is 2 Fourth Category - 300 The rate of change - Fourth Category – 300 What is 3/2 or 1.5 or 1 ½ (any of these answers are correct). Fourth Category - 400 A vertical line has a ______________ slope Fourth Category – 400 What is UNDEFINED Fourth Category - 500 Without calculating, the slope of this line will automatically be - Fourth Category – 500 What is NEGATIVE Fifth Category - 100 The coordinates (0,0) Fifth Category – 100 What is the ORIGIN Fifth Category - 200 Looking at a graph or table, the linear function will be PROPORTIONAL if the coordinates include: Fifth Category – 200 What is (0,0) or ORIGIN Fifth Category - 300 The table below displays a ________ ________ __ _________ Fifth Category – 300 What is CONSTANT RATE OF CHANGE Fifth Category - 400 The set of ordered pairs represents a – (-1, -4);(1, 0);(3, 4); (5, 8); (7, 12); (9, 16) Fifth Category – 400 What is a FUNCTION Fifth Category - 500 The equation representing the data in the graph Fifth Category – 500 What is y = 3x +1 FINAL JEOPARDY CATEGORY: Proportional and Non Proportional Linear Functions FINAL JEOPARDY A candy manufacturing plant manufactures 22,500 pieces of candy every 3 hours. The candy produced varies directly with the hours worked. The constant of proportionality for this problem represents: FINAL JEOPARDY What is 7500 pieces of candy produced per hour