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The Racing Game of Knowledge Continue

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Questions – push on trees 1 2 3 4 5

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Question 1 Question 3 Question 2 Question 5 Question 4 Question 8 Question 7 Question 6 Question 10 Question 9 Question 12 Question 11 Question 14 Question 13 Question 16 Question 15 Question 18 Question 17 Question 20 Question 19 Question 21 Question 23 Question 22 Question 24 Question 25 Question 27 Question 26 Question 28 Question 29 Question 30 Question 32 Question 31 Question 33 Question 34 Question 37 Question 35 Question 36 Question 38 Question 39 Question 40

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Question 1 Write an equivalent fraction for 3/7

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Question 2 Write an equivalent fraction for 6/9

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Question 3 Write an equivalent fraction for 7/10.

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Question 4 Which of these are equivalent fractions for 12/5? 1 4/5, 2 2/5, 1 7/5, 4

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Question 5 Which of these are equivalent fractions for 18/4 ? 4 2/4, 3 3/4, 4 1/2, 2

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Question 6 Tyler has 18 plants. He wants to plant them in a rectangular array with at least 2 rows, and at least 2 plants in each row. Draw 3 possible arrays.

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Question 7 Draw an array for 27.

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Question 8 List all the factors of 32.

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Question 9 Is 23 a prime or composite number?

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Question 10 What is a prime number?

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Question 11 What is a composite number?

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Question 12 Is 30 a prime or composite number?

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Question 13 How can you tell that 30 is a composite number?

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Question 14 These are factors of 30: 1,2,3,5,6,10,15,30 Write them down and then circle the factors that are prime numbers.

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Question 15 Suppose you are playing Factor Captor on the number grid above. The crossed out numbers have already been picked. Which number would you choose next? WHY?

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Question 16 What are the factors of 32?

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Question 17 Write the prime factorization of 32.

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Question 18 4 = ___ 2

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Question 19 Write 5 prime numbers.

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Question 20 Write the prime factorization of 27.

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Question 21 Mrs. Callahans birthday is in October, Use the clues to figure out which day. The date is not a square number. The date is a prime number. The date is greater than 20. The date does not have a 2 in the tens place.

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Question 22 Write this number: __ __ __, __ __ __ Put an 8 in the tens place Put a 4 in the ten thousands place. Put a 1 in the hundred thousands place. Put a 6 in the hundreds place. Put a 5 in all the other places.

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Question 23 Write this number: __ __ __, __ __ __. __ __ Put a 4 in the tenths place Put a 3 in the ten thousands place. Put a 2 in the hundredths place Put a 6 in the thousands place. Put a 1 in all the other places.

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Question 24 Write this number: __ __ __, __ __ __. __ __ Put a 7 in the hundreds place Put a 3 in the hundred thousands place. Put a 1 in the hundredths place Put a 4 in the thousands place. Put a 2 in all the other places.

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Question 25 Write this number: __ __ __, __ __ __. __ __ Put a 6 in the tenths place. Put a 3 in the thousands place. Put a 5 in the hundredths place. Put a 4 in the ones place. Put a 9 in the ten-thousands place. Put a 2 in all the other places.

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Question 26 Is 49 prime, composite, or unique?

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Question 27 Is 1 prime, composite, or unique?

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Question 28 Is 11 prime, composite, or unique?

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Question 29 Is 29 prime, composite, or unique?

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Question 30 Is 27 prime, composite, or unique?

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Question 31 Write the prime factorization for 30

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Question 32 Write the prime factorization for 28.

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Question 33 Write the prime factorization for 36.

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Question 34 8 = 2

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Question 35 Name a number between 100 and 200 that id divisible by 2 and 3.

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Question 36 Name a number between 200 and 300 that is divisible by 5, but not 2.

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Question 37 Name a number between 200 and 300 that is divisible by 10 and 3.

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Question 38 Name a square number.

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Question 39 Write all the multiples of 5 From 5 to 50.

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Question 40 Write this number using exponents: 2x2x2x3x3

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