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100 200 300 400 500 NumberGeometryAlgebra Data Analysis ReadingPoetry Click here for passage Click here for poem

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Amir solved the problem 34-6. He got an answer of 28. Which of the following could Amir use to check his answer? a. 28 x 6 b. 28 – 6 c. 28 + 6 d. 28 ÷ 6 A 100

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c. 28 + 6 A 100

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Question Number Two A A 200 Jillian saw that the temperature was 94º Fahrenheit. Which thermometer shows 94º Fahrenheit?

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A 200

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Estimate 518 - 263. The difference is between which numbers? A. 0 and 199 B. 200 and 399 C. 400 and 599 D. 600 and 799 A 300

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B. 200 and 399 A 300

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A class of 24 students will perform an act in the spring talent show. 2/3 of the students want to perform a skit. The rest want to sing a song. How many want to sing a song? a. 8 students b. 12 students c. 16 students d. 20 students A 400

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a. 8 students A 400

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Which of the following shows the decimals in order from least to greatest? a.0.6, 0.65, 0.56 b.0.56, 0.6, 0.65 c.0.65, 0.6, 0.56 d.0.56, 0.65, 0.6 A 500

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b. 0.56, 0.6, 0.65 A 500

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B 100 Which of the following describes the change from Figure 1 to Figure 2? a.Slide b.Turn right c.Flip d.Turn left

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c. flip B 100

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B 200 Janisha is building a fence around her rectangular garden. How many feet of fencing does Janisha need? a.16 feet b.20 feet c.32 feet d.48 feet

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c. 32 feet B 200

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What is the best unit to describe the amount of water in a swimming pool? B 300 a.Cup b.Pint c.Quart d.Gallon

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d. gallon B 300

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Which shape is congruent to Shape M? B 400 Shape M a b c d

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B 400 a

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B 500 The name of this line is the … a.Radius b.Diameter c.Center d.Circumference

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b. diameter B 500

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C 100

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B 9 - 4 = C 100

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What is the area of the shape? C 200 a. 4 sq in b. 6 sq in c. 8 sq in d. 10 sq in = 1 square inch

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b. 6 inches C 200

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If this pattern continues, what is the next number? C 300 3, 7, 6, 10, 9, 13, 12 a.16 b.11 c.15 d.10

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a. 16 C 300

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DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

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C 400 InputOutput 312 520 624 InputOutput 312 514 615 If the number 8 was input, which table would give you the greater result? Table A Table B

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Table A A gives 8 x 4 = 32 B would only give 8 + 9 = 17 C 400

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Jake & Rob each had $ 10.00 to spend at the carnival. Jake bought a book of tickets for $5.00 and Rob bought a soda for $1.25. Which of the following compares the amount each boy has left? C 500 a.$10.00 – $5.00 > $10.00 – $1.25 b.$10.00 - $1.25 < $10.00 - $ 5.00 c.$10.00 - $1.25 = $10.00 - $ 5.00 d.$10.00 - $5.00 < $10.00 - $ 1.25

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d C 500

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D 100

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D 6 skirts D 100

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Tom had a bag of 8 marbles that contains 3 blue marbles and 5 red marbles. If Tom reached in the bag without looking and pulled out one marble, what is the probability that he would pick a blue marble? D 200 a.3/5 b.5/8 c.3/8 d.1/5

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c. 3/8 D 200

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The newspaper reported the following temperatures for Galloway for a certain week in January. D 300 DayTemperature (In degrees Fahrenheit) Monday24º Tuesday22º Wednesday18º Thursday26º Friday19º Saturday25º Sunday24º What is the mean (average) temperature of the week? a.18º b.22º c.24º d.25º

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b. 22º D 300

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Each child in a class was given a bag of M&M’s. The tally sheet below shows their results. D 400 # of M&M’sTallyFrequency 20 I I I 3 21 I 2 22 I 2 23 I 1 24 I I 5 25 I 2 Which graph represents the students’ findings. Graph AGraph B

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D 400

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To color the following map, you want to use as few colors as possible. What is the fewest number of colors you can use so that no areas that touch are the same color? D 500 A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5

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3 colors D 500

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Which words from the story have almost the same meaning? A. carried, hurried B. curled, snuggled C. found, followed D. sniffed, nibbled E 100 The Red Fox By Donna Stringfellow

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E 100 b. curled, snuggled

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E 200 What did the farmer do RIGHT AFTER he put out the fire? A. He chased the kits away. B. He opened up the barn door. C. He looked around for the fox. D. He hung the lantern on the wall. The Red Fox By Donna Stringfellow

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c. He looked around for the fox. E 200

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Why did the farmer smile when he saw the fox and her kits in his barn? A.The farmer thought the kits looked funny. B.The farmer was glad to have the kits as pets. C.The farmer understood why the fox had howled. D.The farmer knew the fox would protect his cows. E 300 The Red Fox By Donna Stringfellow

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c. The farmer understood why the fox had howled. E 300

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Why did the mother fox usually stay away from the farm? A. She was afraid of people. B. She did not like the cows. C. She was afraid to go under the fence. D. She did not like the smell of kerosene. E 400 The Red Fox By Donna Stringfellow

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a. She was afraid of people. E 400

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It was hard to see the kits in the barn because A. they stayed in a dark corner. B. the farmer’s lantern was out. C. they hid behind the mother fox. D. the farmer’s flashlight was broken. E 500 The Red Fox By Donna Stringfellow

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a. They stayed in a dark corner. E 500

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F 100 The reader can tell from the poem that the weather is cold because A. the children stopped for lunch. B. the mother brought some cake. C. the children slid on the ice. D. there is not much time to play. December Days Are Short By Jack Prelutsky

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F 100 c. The children slid on the ice.

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F 200 December Days Are Short By Jack Prelutsky According to the poem, the MAIN problem with playing outside in December is that A. the days are long. B. there is too much snow on the ground. C. there are not enough hours of daylight. D. the sun melts the ice.

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F 200 c. There are not enough hours of daylight.

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F 300 December Days Are Short By Jack Prelutsky The rhyming pattern in each stanza is A. first and third lines rhyme. B. second and third lines rhyme. C. second and fourth lines rhyme. D. third and fourth lines rhyme.

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F 300 c. The 2 nd and 4 th lines rhyme.

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F 400 December Days Are Short By Jack Prelutsky Which word shows that something happened in the PAST? A. ate B. are C. meet D. will

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F 400 a. ate

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F 500 What did the children do right after breakfast? A.Built a snow man B.Built a fortress C.Raced wooden sleds D.Had a snowball fight. December Days Are Short By Jack Prelutsky

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F 500 d. Had a snowball fight

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: ASK Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

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What does ASK stand for? Click on screen to continue

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