# Linear Function Jeopardy Slopes Functions Equations Para Perp Misc Final Jeopardy Challenge 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 by rfa11592

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Slopes   Functions Equations Para/Perp   Misc
Final Jeopardy Challenge

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Slopes            100
In order:
(a) Slope that rises left to right

(b) Slope that falls left to right

(c) Slope of horizontal line

(d) Slope of vertical line
Slopes         200

Slope of the line 2x – 3y = 7
Slopes         300
Slopes of perpendicular lines
are ____________
_______________ of each
other
Slopes         400
Slope of a line indicates two
primary characteristics of the
line which are:

a) ?
b) ?
Slopes          500
What is the slope of each of
the following lines?

a)   Y = 10
b)   X = -4
Functions    100
Graphically speaking, a
function must pass the
_______________
____________
Test.
Functions       200
In relating the miles driven in a
rental car to the total cost of
the rental, which is the
dependent variable?
Which is the independent
variable?
Functions        300
If y = 2x + 1 is a function with a
domain of all numbers
between 0 and 5, what would
be the corresponding range of
this function over the
specified domain?
Functions      400
Which two of the three listed
functions below are linear
functions?
a) 2x + 3y = 11

b) 3x2 – 2x + y = 10

c) (1/2)x + (3/4)y = 5/16
Functions      500
Write both the standard form
and slope-intercept form of a
linear equation:
__________________
___________________
Equations      100
What is the equation of the
linear function (in y=mx+b
form) of the line with slope of
5 and y-intercept of –10?
Equations     200
What is the equation of the
linear function (in y=mx+b
form) that goes through the
points (2,3) and (-1,4)?
Equations      300
What is the equation of the
linear function (in y=mx+b
form) of the line that passes
through the point (6,3) and is
parallel to the line 2x – 4y=8?
Equations     400
What is the equation of the
linear function (in y=mx+b
form) that passes through the
point (4,2) and is
perpendicular to the line
3x – 5y = 12?
Equations       500
Find the point of intersection of
the following lines:

Y = -2x – 17
Y = -2x + 11
Para/Perp      100
What is the relationship
between the slopes of parallel
lines?
Para/Perp       200
If two lines are perpendicular,
then they intersect to form
angles of what measure?
Para/Perp       300
Are the following lines parallel,
perpendicular, or neither?

2x – 4y = 8

3x + 8y = 16
Para/Perp       400
Are the following lines parallel,
perpendicular, or neither?

3x – 6y = 10

2x – 4y = 30
Para/Perp       500
A line perpendicular to the line
(1/3)x – (3/7)y = 10 would
have to have a slope of?
Misc           100
Mr. Feldman has taught
mathematics in this
classroom for ______ years.

can be located on the
Internet).
Misc            200
Mr. Feldman attended
Mercyhurst College. If the
slope of a line is the number
of letters in the city in which
this college is located divided
by the number of letters in the
state in which this college is
located, then the slope is:
Misc           300
Mr. Feldman’s sons’ ages are
unique multiples of 3 between
0 and 8. If the slope of a line
is the sum of Mr. Feldman’s
sons ages over the difference
in their ages, then the slope
of the line is:
Misc            400
Mr. Feldman operates a taxi
company on the side to
support his wife and sons’
spending habits. If he
charges a base rate of \$10
plus .25/mile for a taxi ride,
write the linear function that
describes this relationship.
Misc                             500
Find the equation (in y=mx+b
form) of the line that passes
through these two points:
(Mr. F’s room # , Planets in our solar system)

(Days in a school week , Total race numbers on bulletin boards)
Final Jeopardy
Find the solution to the
following equation:

(1/27)x – 3.5234 + x = (81/2)x – 4/19

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