Chapter5AlgebraJeopardy2 - SOL Jeopardy Slope Scatter Plot...

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SOL Jeopardy Slope Scatter Plot Parallel Perpendicular Graph Slope Intercept Slope Intercept Standard Form 400 200 600 800 X 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000
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B. -6/7 A. -2/9 C. 9/2 D. -7/6  What is the slope of the line through (2, -8) and (4, 1)?
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9/2 Bonus Bonus Jeopardy Jeopardy
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Answer Click to record $200
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What is the slope of the line through (1, 9) and (-3, 16) B. -4/7 D. -2/25 C. -25/2 A. -7/4
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-7/4 Bonus Bonus Jeopardy Jeopardy
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Answer Click to record $400
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What is the slope of the line through (-4, -6) and (9, -6) B. 0 D. Undefined C. -5/12 A. -12/5
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0 Bonus Bonus Jeopardy Jeopardy
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Wow! You’re good! Wow! You’re good! Answer Click to record $600
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What is the slope of the line through (-4, 3) and (5/3) ? B. 0 C. 9 D. 1 A. Undefined 
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0 Bonus Bonus Jeopardy Jeopardy
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Answer Click to record $800
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Question 5 Topic 1 B. Wrong C. Wrong D. Wrong A. Correct 
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Answer 5 Topic 1 Bonus Bonus Jeopardy Jeopardy
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Answer Click to record $1000
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A line of fit might be defined as A. A line that might best estimate the data and be used for predicting values    D. A line whose slope is greater than 1 C. A vertical line halfway through the data B. A line that connects all the data points
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A line that might best estimate the data and be used for predicting values Bonus Bonus Jeopardy Jeopardy
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Answer RIGHT! RIGHT! When you’re RIGHT, When you’re RIGHT, you’re RIGHT! you’re RIGHT! Click to record $200
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The graph of data that has a strong negative correlation has D. All negative x-values
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Chapter5AlgebraJeopardy2 - SOL Jeopardy Slope Scatter Plot...

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