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**Area, Perimeter, & Volume**

Properties Mean, Median, Mode, & Range Fractions Order of Operations Area, Perimeter, & Volume $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

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**Put the following fractions in order from least to greatest:**

C1 final FINAL JEOPARDY Put the following fractions in order from least to greatest: 48/100, 1/20, 1, 6/10, ¾, 1/3, 0, 1/5, ½, 9/10, 2/3, ¼

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C1 final 0, 1/20, 1/5, ¼, 1/3, 48/100, ½, 6/10, 2/3, ¾, 9/10, 1

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$100 What property says that if I was to change the order of two addends in a problem that my sum would stay the same?

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**The Commutative Property of Addition**

$100 The Commutative Property of Addition

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$200 If I was to switch around 3 numbers in a multiplication problem and still get the same sum what property would I be using?

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**The Associative Property of Multiplication**

$200 The Associative Property of Multiplication

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$300 When using the Identity property of Addition, what is the missing number in the blank? 0+9= _

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$300

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$400 What is the property that says that when you multiply any number by 1 your product will be 1?

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**The Identity Property of Multiplication**

$400 The Identity Property of Multiplication

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$500 What is the difference between The Identity property of Multiplication and the Identity property of Addition?

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$500 When Adding you add 0 to the number to have that number be the sum. When Multiplying you multiply the number by one to have that number be the product

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**How do you find the mode of a set of numbers?**

$100 How do you find the mode of a set of numbers?

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$100 First you add together all of the numbers. Next you divide that number by how many numbers you added together. The answer is your median.

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$200 What is the range of 3,6,4,14,5,48,5,9, and 52?

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$200 49

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**What is the median of 82,19,4,75,23,5,8,6, 2,9 and 75?**

$300 What is the median of 82,19,4,75,23,5,8,6, 2,9 and 75?

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$300 9

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**What is the median of 2,8,5,4,6,1 and 9?**

$400 What is the median of 2,8,5,4,6,1 and 9?

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$400 5

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**What is the difference between median and mode?**

$500 What is the difference between median and mode?

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$500 Median finds the number in-between all of the numbers you are using. Mode finds what the average amount of the numbers are.

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$100 What is a numerator?

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$100 Numerator is the number above the line in a fraction.The “part” of the whole.

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$200 What is 4/5 + 9/10? 15 –

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**17/10 Which is equivalent to 1 and 7/10**

$200 17/10 Which is equivalent to 1 and 7/10

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$300 What is 1 and 2/4 – 3/4?

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$300 3/4

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**What is 18/4 in a mixed number?**

$400 What is 18/4 in a mixed number?

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$400 4 and 2/4 or 4 and 1/2

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$500 If I bought 25 pieces of candy and gave 6 to Brittany, 5 to Katie and kept the rest for myself, what fraction of the candy would I get?

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**I would get 14/25 of the candy**

$500 I would get 14/25 of the candy

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**What is the order of operations?**

$100 What is the order of operations?

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$100 PEMDAS - Parentheses, Equations, Multiplication,Division, Addition,Subtraction,

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**Using order or operations, solve this problem:**

$200 Using order or operations, solve this problem: ((10-5) * (5-3)) +9

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$200 The answer is 19

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$300 When using order of operations, do you add or subtract first? Do you multiply or divide first?

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$300 Trick question! You do neither. When you have multiplication & division you work from left to right along with addition & subtraction.

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**Solve the following problem using Order of Operations: 10+5-3/3*9-2 **

$400 Solve the following problem using Order of Operations: 10+5-3/3*9-2 (/ means divide and * means multiply)

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$400 4

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**When don’t you use order of Operations?**

$500 When don’t you use order of Operations?

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**You always use Order of Operations.**

$500 You always use Order of Operations.

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**How do you find the area of a square and a triangle?**

$100 How do you find the area of a square and a triangle?

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$100 Formula for finding the area of a square: base times height Formula for finding the area of a rectangle: ½ times base times height

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**How do you find the volume of a cube and a rectangular prism?**

$200 How do you find the volume of a cube and a rectangular prism?

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$200 Volume = lwh

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$300 What is the difference in finding the area of a square and finding the perimeter of a square?

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$300 When you find the perimeter or a square, you are finding the distance around the square. When you find the area of a square, you are finding the surface of the square.

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$400 If I have a rectangular prism and the length is 4 cm., the height is 6 cm. and the width is 5 cm., what is the volume of the prisim?

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$400 The Volume is 120 cm. cubed

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$500 If I wanted to buy carpets for my floor, would I look for the area, perimeter or the volume of the room?

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**I would look for the area of the room.**

$500 I would look for the area of the room.

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