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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
Q 100
Q 100
Q 100
Q 100
Q 100
Q 200
Q 200
Q 200
Q 200
Q 200
Q 300
Q 300
Q 300
Q 300
Q 300
Q 400
Q 400
Q 400
Q 400
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Q 500
Q 500
Q 500
Q 500
Q 500
Final Jeopardy
2
100 Question
Find the line of best fit with the following
points using a calculator (0,10) (10,15)
(20,18) (30,22) (40,29) (50,35)
3
100 Answer
Y .5x 9.3
4
200 Question
Suppose that the demand equation for a certain
model of electric can openers is D (-5/4)p 16.
At 2, 7 can openers are supplied. If the supply
equation is linear and the market price is 4,
find the supply equation.
5
200 Answer
S 2p 3
6
300 Question
It cost 10 to make a leather jacket with an
overhead cost of 600. What is the breakeven
point if each jacket is sold for 40.
7
300 Answer
Breakeven Point is selling 20 leather jackets
8
400 Question
Solve the System of equations X Y 36 X
Z5 -X YZ15
9
400 Answer
X 8.67 Y -27.33 Z -3.67
10
500 Question
Food Perfect Corporation manufacture three model
of the Perfect Foodprocessor. Each Model X
processor requires 30 minutes of electrical
assembly, 40 minutes of mechanical assembly, and
30 minutes of testing each Model Y requires 20
minutes of electrical assembly, 50 minutes of
mechanical assembly, and 30 miinutes of testing
and each Model Z requires 30 miutes of electrical
assembly, 30 minutes of mechanical assembky and
20 minutes of testing. If 2500 minutes of
electrical assembly, 3500 minutes of mechanical
assembly, and 2400 minutes of testing are used in
one day, how many of each model can be made?
11
500 Answer
X 40 Y 20 Z 30
12
100 Question
Add the matrices together 23 16 10 18 12
9 7 9 11 14 6 8
13
100 Answer
  • 28 19
  • 21 15 19

14
200 Question
Transpose the Matrix 1 2 3 0 -1 2
15
200 Answer
  • 0
  • -1
  • 3 2

16
300 Question
Find the corner points Objective Function z
15x 20y subject to the constraints 3x 4ygt 12
x lt 5 y lt 8 x gt 0 y gt 0  
17
300 Answer
Corner Points (0,3) (0,8) (5,8) (5,0) (4,0)
18
400 Question
 Find the corner points Objective Function z
5x 2y subject to the constraints x 2ygt 40
2x y lt 40 x y lt 10 x gt 0 y gt 0
19
400 Answer
Corner Points (0,10) (10,0) (0,20) (20,0) (40/3,
40/3)
20
500 Question
A company manufactures three types of toys A, B
and C. Toy A requires 2 rubber, 2 plastic and 4
aluminum. Toy B requires 1 rubber, 2 plastic and
2 aluminum. Toy C requires 1 rubber, 2 plastic
and 4 aluminum. The company has available, 600
units of rubber, 800 units of plastic, and 1400
units of aluminum. The company makes a profit of
4, 3, 2 on toys A, B, and C. Assuming all
toys manufactured can be sold, determine a
production order so that profit is a Maximum.
21
500 Answer
A 200 B 200 C 0 Max Profit 1400
22
100 Question
A factory manufactures three types of
refrigerators A, B and C. Refrigerator A requires
30 minutes in prep, 60 minutes on the assembly
line and 15 minutes of inspection. Refrigerator B
requires 30 minutes in prep, 40 minutes on the
assembly line and 40 minutes of inspection.
Refrigerator C requires 10 minutes in prep, 50
minutes on the assembly line and 5 minutes of
inspection. The factory has available, 600
minutes in prep, 1800 minutes on the assembly
line, and 400 minutes in inspection. The factory
makes a profit of 400, 300, 200 on
refrigerators A, B, and C. Assuming all
refrigerators manufactured can be sold, determine
a production order so that profit is a Maximum.
23
100 Answer
A 13.33 B 0 C 20 Max Profit 9,333.33
24
200 Question
  What is the total amount of money in a savings
account when compounded monthly at a rate of 6
after 3 years. The starting amount of money in
the savings account is 1200.
25
200 Answer
1,436.02
26
300 Question
Joan wants to start saving for retirement and
deposits 200 a month at 10 compounded monthly
for 40 years. After Joan retires, what is the
largest amount she may withdraw monthly for 15
years?
27
300 Answer
13,591.78
28
400 Question
Find p(A U B) given that p(A) 4, p(B) 3, and
p(A and B) 6
29
400 Answer
1
30
500 Question
How many 7 digit number combinations can be
created with the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, and 9 with no repeats?    
31
500 Answer
604800
32
100 Question
Find p(F I E) given p(E) .05 and p(F) .10
33
100 Answer
.1
34
200 Question
Of the applicants to a medical school, 80 are
eligible to enter and 20 are not. To aid in the
selection process, an admissions test is given
that is designed so that an eligible candidate
will pass 90 of the, time, while an ineligible
candidate will pass only 30 of the time. What is
the probability that an applicant will pass the
admissions test?        
35
200 Answer
78
36
300 Question
Use the normal approximation to the binomial
distribution to find the probability that at
least 70 of the 100 sick people will be cured by
a new drug, when the probability is .75 that any
one of them will be cured by the new drug.
37
300 Answer
89.8
38
400 Question
  Find a Z-score such that 30 of the area under
the curve is to the left of the score.
39
400 Answer
- . 524
40
500 Question
A person plays a game in which there is a 1/5
probability of winning 150, a 1/3 chance of
winning 50 and a 1/100 chance of winning 1000.
On average, how much should the player expect to
pay to play one fair game?  
41
500 Answer
47.67
42
100 Question
  How many ways can a teacher arrange 6 girls and
4 boys?
43
100 Answer
17,280 different ways
44
200 Question
  Respondents to the survey 439 298 chose
blue 256 chose red 167 chose yellow 212 chose
blue and red 87 chose blue and yellow 61 chose
red and yellow 54 chose red, blue and
yellow   How many chose none and how many only
chose red.
45
200 Answer
None 24 Red 37
46
300 Question
How many ways can a team of 6 girls and 15 boys
are chosen from 20 girls and 50 boys.    
47
300 Answer
87,242,154,330,000,000 different teams
48
400 Question from H5
  Test scores of students have a mean of 70 and a
standard deviation of 3. What will the
probability be that one student picked at random
will score between 80 and 90?
49
400 Answer
.043
50
500 Question from H5
A supposed wine taster claims she can distinguish
between types of wine 80 of the time. You give
her 10 glasses and tell her you will grant her
claim if she correctly identifies at least 7 of
the 10 glasses. What is the probability that her
claim is justified?
51
500 Answer from H5
87.8
52
Final Jeopardy
A) Four people are in line and 2 refuse to stand
next to each other. In how many different ways
can a photo be taken?    B) Find a Z-score such
that 50 of the area under the curve is to the
left of z.
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
A 72 B 0
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