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**Multiplication & Division**

Jeopardy Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division Solving Equations Grab Bag Estimation 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 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Chapter 4: Operations with Rational Numbers Final Jeopardy

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$100 Estimation Question Estimate.

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$100 Estimation Answer 41

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$200 Estimation Question Estimate.

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$200 Estimation Answer 43

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$300 Estimation Question Estimate. 15 + 4 16 5

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$300 Estimation Answer

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$400 Estimation Question Estimate. 8 + 2 7 15 2 7

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$400 Estimation Answer 11 1 2

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$500 Estimation Question Jupiter is 5.2 astronomical units (AU) from the Sun. Neptune is almost 6 times as far from the Sun as Jupiter is. Estimate Neptune’s distance from the Sun in astronomical units.

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$500 Estimation Answer About 30 astronomical units (AU)

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**$100 Addition and Subtraction Question**

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**$100 Addition and Subtraction Answer**

9.238

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**$200 Addition and Subtraction Question**

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**$200 Addition and Subtraction Answer**

7.824

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**$300 Addition and Subtraction Question**

7 +5 1 3 11 12

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**$300 Addition and Subtraction Answer**

5.6 or 28 5

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**$400 Addition and Subtraction Question**

7 + 5 1 3 11 12

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**$400 Addition and Subtraction Answer**

13.25 or 53 4

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**$500 Addition and Subtraction Question**

During one month in the U.S., million commuter trips were taken on buses, and million commuter trips were taken on light rail. How many more trips were taken on light rail?

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**$500 Addition and Subtraction Answer**

more trips

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**$100 Multiplication and Division Question**

1.4 X 2.5

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**$100 Multiplication and Division Answer**

3.5

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**$200 Multiplication and Division Question**

1.8 ÷ (-6)

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**$200 Multiplication and Division Answer**

-0.3

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**$300 Multiplication and Division Question**

3.57 ÷ (0.7)

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**$300 Multiplication and Division Answer**

5.1

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**$400 Multiplication and Division Question**

2 ÷ 1 1 5 5 6

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**$400 Multiplication and Division Answer**

6 5

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**$500 Multiplication and Division Question**

In 2001, the Bay bridge toll for a car was $2.00. In 1977, the toll was 3/8 of the toll in What was the toll in 1977?

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**$500 Multiplication and Division Answer**

75 cents

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**$100 Solving EquationsQuestion**

W-5.3=7.6

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**$100 Solving Equations Answer**

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**$200 Solving Equations Question**

B÷1.8=2.1

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**$200 Solving Equations Answer**

B= 3.78

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$300 Solving Equations 1 C=980 4

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**$300 Solving Equations Answer**

C= 3920

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**$400 Solving Equations Question**

-7 + w= 2 9 3

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**$400 Solving Equations Answer**

13 9

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**$500 Solving Equations Question**

Logan finished his homework in 1 ½ hours. It took Colton ¾ of an hour longer than Logan to finish his homework. How long did it take Jimmy to finish his homework?

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**$500 Solving Equations Answer**

2 hours and 15 min

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$100 Grab Bag Question This is used to divide fractions. If a number is multiplied by this number its product will be one.

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$100 Grab Bag Answer Reciprocal

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$200 Grab Bag Question What is the reciprocal of ½?

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$200 Grab Bag Answer 2

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$300 Grab Bag Question While on a camping trip, Monica and Paul hiked 5 3/8 miles on Saturday and 4 9/10 miles on Sunday. Estimate the number of miles they hiked while camping.

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$300 Grab Bag Answer 10 ½ miles

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$400 Grab Bag Question Numbers that replace the numbers in a problem when estimating

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$400 Grab Bag Answer Compatible Numbers

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$500 Grab Bag Question From January through September, the U.S. imported 49/50 of its tulip bulbs from the Netherlands and 1/100 from New Zealand. What fraction more of tulip imports came from the Netherlands?

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$500 Grab Bag Answer 97/100 more bulbs

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Final Jeopardy Evaluate the follow: ½ + 4 ¾ X 6.4

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Final Jeopardy Answer 15.2

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