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It’s your turn to be a game show host! As you know, in the game of Math Time, the contestants are given an answer and they must come up with the question that corresponds to the given answer.
Your task for this portion of the assignment is to create two different “answers” (and the questions that accompany them) that the host could use for the final round of Math Time. The questions and answers you create must be unique. Check out the example and hint below, if needed.
1 point for creating the two questions and answers.
2 points per question/answer for accuracy.
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Questio
 2 years ago
It’s your turn to be a game show host! As you know, in the game of Math Time, the contestants are given an answer and they must come up with the question that corresponds to the given answer. Your task for this portion of the assignment is to create two different “answers” (and the questions that accompany them) that the host could use for the final round of Math Time. The questions and answers you create must be unique. Check out the example and hint below, if needed. 1 point for creating the two questions and answers. 2 points per question/answer for accuracy. Example: Questio

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 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Question for Host: x2 + 6x + 5 is the product of these two binomials. Expected Question from Contestant: What is (x + 5)(x + 1)? HINT: Create the two binomials first and then use the distribution method to find their simplified product. The simplified product is the answer and the two binomial factors, the expected question.
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