# Jeopardy

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```					                 Jeopardy
Rates, Ratios,     Solving     Percent    Fractions,     Word
Percents                                Decimals,
Proportions Statements                Problems
Percents

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
100
Write as a unit rate.

Sam drove 174 miles in 3
hours.
200
Write as a unit rate.

Jessie went -75 feet in 20
seconds.
300
Compare.

450% ___ 9/2
400
Compare.

7/20 ___ 35%
500
Compare.

0.0825 ___ 17/200
100
Solve the proportion.

12 = 18
16    x
200
Solve the proportion.

x - 3 = 11
12     6
300
Solve the proportion.

25 = 5
x+1 2
400
Solve the proportion.

8=   16
x – 10 x – 5
500
Solve the proportion.

4=      3
x – 5 3x + 3
100
Solve each percent statement
by using a proportion.

What number is 35% of 92?
200
Solve each percent statement
by using an equation.

179.2 is 32% of what number?
300
Solve each percent statement
by using a proportion.

567 is what percent of 420?
400
Solve each percent statement
by using a proportion.

209 is 38% of what number?
500
Solve each percent statement
by using a proportion.

What number is 0.36% of 700?
100
Turn
1
500
into a decimal and a percent.
200
Turn
.45
into a fraction and a percent.
300
Turn
26 13
50
into a decimal and a percent
400
Turn
0.525%
into a fraction and a decimal.
500
Turn
0.75%
into a fraction and a decimal.
100
A strawberry sculpture is 14
feet tall. If the scale of this
model is 10 feet to 1 inch,
how tall, in inches, was the
original strawberry?
200
You earn \$84 mowing 4 lawns.
You charge the same amount
for each lawn. How much would
you earn (in dollars) if you
mowed 7 lawns?
300
After training, Michael’s
vertical jump is 132% of
what it was before training.
If he could originally jump
25 inches, how high can he
jump now?
400
The class is planning a car wash. They
want to give the proceeds to a charity.
The class was able to make \$1762
from the car wash and donate
\$986.72 to a charity. What percent of
their proceeds did they give to
charity?
500
The senior class is planning a pep
rally. The seniors, which are 20% of
the school, are to wear maroon and
the freshman, sophomores, and
juniors are to wear white. There are
764 freshman, sophomores, and
juniors. How many seniors are
there?

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