Jeopardy Template - faculty.nwacc.edu

Jeopardy Template - faculty.nwacc.edu

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Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Final Jeopardy Column One 100 Parts of Lines Answer: PLANE What is? A flat surface of points that continues

in all directions without an end. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column One 200 Parts of Lines Answer: VERTEX What is? The point where two rays of an angle meet.

Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column One 300 Parts of Lines Answer: Ray What is? Part of a line that has one end point and continues in the other direction without end.

Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column One 400 Parts of Lines Answer: Line Segment What is? Part of a line with two end points. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke

Column Two 100 Lines Answer: Perpendicular lines What is? Two lines that intersect to form four right angles. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke

Column Two 200 Lines Answer: Intersecting Lines What is? Lines that cross each other to form two acute and two obtuse angles. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Two 300

Lines Answer: Parallel Lines What is? Lines that never intersect and are always the same distance apart. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Two 400 Daily Double

Answer: LINE What is? A straight path that continues in both directions without end. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Three 100 Angles

Answer: Angle What is? Two rays that share the same endpoint. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Three 200 Angles Answer: Right Angle

What is? An angle that forms a square corner and has a measure of 90 degrees. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Three 300 Angles Answer: Acute Angle What is?

An angle that is less than 90 degrees. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Three 400 Angles Answer: Obtuse Angles What is? An Angle that is greater than 90

degrees. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Four 100 Coordinate Grids Answer: Y-Axis What is? The vertical line on a coordinate grid.

Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke Column Four 200 Coordinate Grid Answer: X-Axis What is? The horizontal line on a coordinate grid. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke

Column Four 300 Coordinate Grid Answer: Ordered Pair What is? A pair of numbers used to locate a point on a coordinate grid. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke

Column Four 400 Coordinate Grid Answer: Point What is? An exact location in space. Created by Patrick Dierschke 2001 E-mail Patrick Dierschke

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