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  • Jeopardy Geometry Basics TrianglesQuadrilateralsLogicTransversals Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
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  • $100 Answer from Geometry Basics This figure extends infinitely in all directions along a flat surface.
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  • $100 Question from Geometry Basics What is a plane?
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  • $200 Answer from Geometry Basics This is the intersection of two lines.
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  • $200 Question from Geometry Basics What is a point?
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  • $300 Answer from Geometry Basics An angle with a measure between 90 and 180 degrees.
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  • $300 Question from Geometry Basics What is an obtuse angle.
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  • $400 Answer from Geometry Basics A circle outside a triangle that contains all three vertices of the triangle.
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  • $400 Question from Geometry Basics What is a circumscribed circle?
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  • $500 Answer from Geometry Basics The point formed by the intersection of the three medians of a triangle.
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  • $500 Question from Geometry Basics What is a centroid?
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  • $100 Answer from Triangles A triangle with all its interior angles measuring less than 90 degrees.
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  • $100 Question from Triangles What is an acute triangle?
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  • $200 Answer from Triangles A triangle with two congruent sides, called legs and two congruent angles, called base angles.
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  • $200 Question from Triangles What is an isosceles triangle?
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  • $300 Answer from Triangles The side opposite the 90 degree angle in a right triangle.
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  • $300 Question from Triangles What is the hypotenuse?
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  • $400 Answer from Triangles The measure of Q in the figure below.
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  • $400 Question from Triangles What is 45 degrees?
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  • $500 Answer from Triangles The triangle congruence postulate illustrated below.
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  • $500 Question from Triangles What is Side-Side-Side?
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  • $100 Answer from Quadrilaterals A quadrilateral with four congruent sides.
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  • $100 Question from Quadrilaterals What is a rhombus?
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  • $200 Answer from Quadrilaterals A quadrilateral whose diagonals are congruent and bisect each other.
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  • $200 Question from Quadrilaterals What is a rectangle?
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  • $300 Answer from Quadrilaterals The measure of the consecutive angles in a parallelogram, if the given angle is 75 .
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  • $300 Question from Quadrilaterals What is 105 ?
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  • $400 Answer from Quadrilaterals This quadrilateral has two pairs of adjacent congruent sides.
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  • $400 Question from Quadrilaterals What is a kite?
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  • $500 Answer from Quadrilaterals The measure of the midsegment of the trapezoid shown below
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  • $500 Question from Quadrilaterals What is eleven?
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  • $100 Answer from Logic The next value in the sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13,,
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  • $100 Question from Logic What is 21?
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  • $200 Answer from Logic The name for a sentence in if-then form. For example, If a car is a Corvette, then it is a Chevrolet.
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  • $200 Question from Logic What is a conditional statement?
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  • $300 Answer from Logic The process of drawing a logically certain conclusion is this type of reasoning.
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  • $300 Question from Logic What is deduction or detuctive reasoning?
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  • $400 Answer from Logic The converse of the statement A tree is a plant with leaves. Which is, of course, false.
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  • $400 Question from Logic What is A plant with leaves is a tree.
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  • $500 Answer from Logic The property of equality demonstrated below If a + b = c + d, and c + d = e + f then a + b = e + f
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  • $500 Question from Logic What is the transitive property?
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  • $100 Answer from Transversals If lines l and p are parallel, then 1 and 8 are an example of this congruent angle pair.
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  • $100 Question from Transversals What are Alternate Exterior Angles?
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  • $200 Answer from Transversals Angles 2 and 3 can be proven congruent by this theorem.
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  • $200 Question from Transversals What is the Vertical Angle Theorem?
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  • $300 Answer from Transversals If lines l and p are parallel, then 4 and 8 are an example of this congruent angle pair.
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  • $300 Question from Transversals What are corresponding angles?
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  • $400 Answer from Transversals If lines l and p are parallel, and m 3 = 85 this would be the measure of 5.
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  • $400 Question from Transversals What is 95 ?
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  • $500 Answer from Transversals If you know 6 and 3 are congruent, then you use this theorem to show lines l and p are parallel.
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  • $500 Question from Transversals What is the Converse of the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem?
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  • Final Jeopardy Topic Polygon Measurement
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  • Final Jeopardy The unknown measure of the figure below.
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  • Final Jeopardy Question What is 130 ?

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