# Jeopardy

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Properties,   Biconditionals                            Proving
Deductive   Algebraic
Postulates,      And                                    Angles     Trivia
Theorems      Conditionals     Reasoning   Reasoning
Congruent

100            100             100         100         100         100
200            200             200         200         200         200

300            300             300         300         300         300

400            400             400         400         400         400

500            500             500         500         500         500
Prop., Post. Thrms - 100
Why Does 3(x+6) =

3x + 18

Distributive
Prop of Equality
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Prop., Post., Thrms - 200
If BY = XD, XD = ZC,

Why does BY = ZC?              Answer:
Transitive Prop.
of equality

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Prop., Post., Thrms - 300

Vertical Angles are Supplementary

Sometimes

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Prop., Post., Thrms - 400

Every Obtuse Angle has a supplement

Always

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Prop., Post., Thrms - 500

Adjacent Angles form a Linear Pair

Sometimes

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Bicondtionals and
Conditionals- 100
Identify the Hypothesis and Conclusion:

If two lines intersect at right angles, then the two lines
are perpendicular
H: Two lines intersect at right angles
C: The Two lines are perpendicular

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Bicondtionals and
Conditionals - 200
Write the Conditional and Converse:

Exercising keeps you in good shape!

If you exercise, then you are in
good shape.
If you are in good shape, then you
exercise.

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Bicondtionals and
Conditionals - 300
What two conditions make up this biconditional:

Two lines are perpendicular if and only if they intersect
to form four right angles
If two lines are perpendicular, then
they intersect to form four right angles.
If lines intersect to form four right
angles, then they are perpendicular

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Bicondtionals and
Conditionals - 400
Write the Converse. If the converse is True:
Write the Biconditional
If False: Give a Counterexample

If x2 = 9, then x=3
False; -3

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Bicondtionals and
Conditionals - 500
Give a counterexample for the following:

If you live in Springfield, then you live in Illinois

Bill Foldes lives in Springfield,
Massachusetts

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Deductive Reasoning -
100
Use the law of detachment to draw a conclusion
If a team wins on Sunday, then practice is cancelled Monday.

The Bears won Sunday

Bears practice is
cancelled on Monday

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Deductive Reasoning -
200
Use the law of detachment to draw a conclusion:

If the measure of two angles is 90 degrees, then they
are Complementary

m<A + m<B = 90                 Answer:
Angle A and Angle B
are complementary
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Deductive Reasoning -
300
Use the Law of Syllogism to draw a conclusion:

If you study, then you will get an A.
If you get an A, then you are Happy!

If you study, then you are
Happy!

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Deductive Reasoning -
400
Use the law of Syllogism to draw a conclusion:

If two lines are not parallel, then they intersect.
If two lines intersect, then they intersect at a point.

If two lines are not
parallel, then they
intersect at a point.

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Deductive Reasoning -
500
If a dog eats Doggie Delights, then it is a happy dog.
Fido is a happy dog.

NO conclusion

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Algebraic Reasoning -
100
Justify each step

7 x  4  10 Answer:
7 x  14     Addition Property of equality
x2                 Division Property of equality

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Algebraic Reasoning -
200
The measure of two vertical angles are (7x-8) and (6x+11):

Solve for X: Justify Each answer

7x – 8 = 6x + 11   Vertical Angle Thrm.
x - 8 = 11         Subtraction Prop. =
x = 19             Addition Prop. =

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Algebraic Reasoning -
Given:
300
Prove: x = 21

6(x – 3)°           <AOB + <BOC=<AOC   Angle + Post.
2x+6(x-3)=150      Substitution
Drawing not to scale
2x+6x-18=150       Distributive
8x-18=150          Simplify
X=21               Division Prop. =

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Algebraic Reasoning -
400
Given: 11x - 6y= -1; x = 8
Prove: y = 89/6
11x – 6y = -1, x = 8 Given
88 – 6y = -1         Substitution
-6y = -89            Subtraction Prop. =
y = 89/6             Division Prop. =
89/6 = y             Symmetric Prop. =

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Algebraic Reasoning -
500
Solve for x and justify each
KM + ML=KL     Seg. Addition Post.
Segment KL is bisected by      KM = ML         Definition of Bisect
point M, KM = 2x +3            2x+3 + 2x+3=18 Substitution
KL = 18, find x                4x+6=18         Simplify
4x=12           Subtract Prop. =
X=3             Division Prop. =

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Proving Angles Congruent
- 100
If two angles are vertical, then they are what?

Draw a pair of vertical angles.

Congruent

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Proving Angles Congruent
- 200
<A + <B = 180 degrees
<C is supplementary to <B
What else do we know?

<A = <B

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Proving Angles Congruent
- 300
<1 = (y+x)             <2= (y-x)     <4 = 2x
Find x and y

1
4              2
Drawing not to scale                x = 30 y = 90
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Proving Angles Congruent
- 400
<A is five times as large as its complement <B,
What are angles A and B equal to?

<A= 75, <B=15

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Proving Angles Congruent
- 500

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Trivia - 100
What is your
Cougar
school mascot?

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Trivia - 200
What was your
Circus Circus

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Trivia - 300
What was the score of the       Answer:
Varsity Football Game last
week against Antioch?           34 to 0

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Trivia - 400
What baseball team is Mrs.
Chapman rooting for?

Chicago Cubs
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Trivia - 500

How many years has it
been since the Cubs have
won the World Series?