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Jeopardy DivisibilityARRAYS Prime or Composite All things SQUARE Remember ? Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 question Divisibility How do you know a number is divisible buy 10?
$100 answer Divisibility It ends in a zero!
$200 Question Divisibility What is the “add it up number” for 2,253? Hint: Add up the digits in the number until you get a single digit number. That is the “add it up number.”
$200 Answer Divisibility 3
$300 Question Divisibility The divisibility tests for 2, 5 & 10 all have what in common?
$300 Answer Divisibility You look in the ones place to see if The number is divisible.
$400 Question Divisibility Is the number 690 divisible by 6? Why or Why not.
$400 Answer Divisibility Yes because 690 is divisible by 2 AND 3
$500 Question Divisibility The number 36,540 is divisible by what numbers?
$500 Answer Divisibility 2, 5,10, 3, 9 & 6
$100 Question Arrays This is an array for what number?
$100 AnswerArrays 16 WHAT IS
$200 QuestionArrays When writing a number model for a dot array, how do we know what factor comes first?
$200 Answer Arrays What its Row X Column order
$300 Question Arrays What shape should the array for the number 25 make?
$300 Answer Arrays What is a square.
$400 Question Arrays What could I do to the following array to show the Commutative property of multiplication? You may use your SRB to look up this term
$400 Answer Arrays What is turn it vertically. 2x4=8 4x2=8
$500 Question Arrays The following array displays What kind of number? Hint: What other arrays could we make for this number?
$500 Answer Arrays What is a prime number?
$100 Question Prime/Composite What is a prime number?
$100 Answer Prime/Composite A number that has exactly 2 factors one and itself.
$200 Question Prime/Composite What are the first 5 prime numbers?
$200 Answer Prime/Composite What are 2,3,5,7,11
$300 Question Prime/Composite What is the definition of a composite number?
$300 Answer Prime/Composite A number that has more than two factors.
$400 Question Prime/Composite How many even prime numbers are there?
$400 Answer Prime/Composite One 2 is the only even prime number!
$500 Question Prime/Composite Is the number 1 Prime or Composite?
$500 Answer Prime/Composite What is Neither 1 is a special number called a unit
$100 Question All things square What is a square number?
$100 Answer All things square What is the product of a number multiplied by itself.
$200 Question All things square Where are the square numbers located on most multiplication charts?
$200 Answer All things square What is diagonally down the middle of the chart. Usually highlighted
$300 Question All things square What does this symbol tell us to do?
$300 Answer All things square What is Find the square root Or Un-square a number
$400 Question All things square What is another way to write 8*8? Hint: another notation
$400 Answer All things square What is 8 2
$500 Question All things square What are the square numbers between 1 and 144?
$500 Answer All things square 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, 121, 144
$100 Question REMEMBER? What is the square root of 121?
$100 Answer REMEMBER? 11
$200 Question REMEMBER? Is 1 a square number or a prime number
$200 Answer REMEMBER? A square number
$300 Question REMEMBER? Is 6*3 a prime factorization for 18?
$300 Answer from H5 No, 6 is not a prime number.
$400 Question REMEMBER? What would I do to find the square Number that comes after 144?
$400 Answer REMEMBER? Multiply 13*13 Or multiply 13 by itself
$500 Question What is a number between 200 & 300 that is divisible by 3 and NOT 2?
$500 Answer REMEMBER? There are a several…
Final Jeopardy What is the number that has 7 in the ones place 3 in the hundred-thousands place 9 in the thousands place 6 in the hundredths place and 0 in all the other places
Final Jeopardy Answer What is 309, 007.6
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