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Jeopardy Organizing Data Stem & Leaf What’s in Common? Adding & Subtracting fractions Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Natural Measures

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$100 question Organizing Data What is the name of this data organization method ? Number of People Living at 5 th grader’s houses xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx xxxx x xxxx

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$100 answer Organizing Data A line plot

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$200 Question Organizing Data Using this line plot find the maximum, minimum, Range, median, and mode for this set of data. Number of People Living at 5 th grader’s houses xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx xxxx x xxxx

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$200 Answer Organizing Data Maximum- 9 Minimum- 2 Range - 7 Median- 4 Mode- 4

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$300 Question Organizing Data Could this be a bar graph displaying data for the length of time 5 th grade students have known each other? Why or why not?

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$300 Answer Organizing Data No because no 5 th graders have even been alive for 20 years or 30 years.

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$400 Question Organizing Data This data has been organized into what kind of chart and what number was the least favorite? Favorite Sports Numbers

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$400 Answer Organizing Data A tally chart and 7 was the least favorite.

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$500 Question Organizing Data How many people were surveyed to collect this data and is there anything missing from this graph?

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$500 Answer Organizing Data 45 people were surveyed and the labels for the X and Y axes are missing

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$100 Question Natural Measures These words; Finger stretch Great span Cubit Fathom Natural Yard are all examples of what?

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$100 Answer Natural Measures Personal Measures Or Body measures

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$200 Question Natural Measures What personal measure is shown by the red line?

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$200 Answer Natural Measures WHAT IS 1 cubit or about 18 inches. Tip of elbow to tip of middle finger One (1) Cubit

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$300 Question Natural Measures What personal measure is this guy showing?

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$300 Answer Natural Measures What is 1 fathom? Measured with outstretched arms, from finger tip to finger tip.

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$400 Question Natural Measures This guys is measuring his what?

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$400 Answer Natural Measures What is great span. The distance from the tip of your pinky to the tip of your thumb when your fingers are stretched out as far as They can go.

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$500 Question Natural Measures What natural measure is shown here and about how long should it be?

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$500 Answer Natural Measures The natural yard

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$100 Question Stem & Leaf What numbers are represented In the stems column & the leaves column? stemsleaves

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$100 Answer Stem & Leaf stems leaves Stems -100s & 10s Leaves- 1s

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$200 Question Stem & Leaf How many students were measured for this stem & leaf plot? stemsleaves 36, 7,8, 9, 9 41, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 8 51, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2 Heights in inches of Mr. Glintonowitz’s 5 th class

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$200 Answer Stem & Leaf 19 students

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$300 Question Stem & Leaf stemsleaves 36, 7,8, 9, 9 41, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 8 51, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2 Heights in inches of Mr. Glintonowitz’s 5 th class What is the median height of the students In Mr. Glintonowitz’s class?

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$300 Answer Stem & Leaf 44 inches

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$400 Question Stem & Leaf How tall is the tallest student in the class? What do you call the difference between the tallest student’s height and the shortest student’s height? stemsleaves 36, 7,8, 9, 9 41, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 8 51, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2 Heights in inches of Mr. Glintonowitz’s 5 th class

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$400 Answer Stem & Leaf 52 Inches The Range

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$500 Question Stem & Leaf Fred joined Mr. Glintonowitz’s class. He was 72 inches tall. Where would Fred’s height go in this stem & leaf plot and what is Fred’s height in feet? stemsleaves 36, 7,8, 9, 9 41, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 8 51, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2 Heights in inches of Mr. Glintonowitz’s 5 th class

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$500 Answer Stem & Leaf stemsleaves 36, 7,8, 9, 9 41, 2, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 8 51, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2 Heights in inches of Mr. Glintonowitz’s 5 th class 7272 Fred is a giant 5 th grader at 6 feet tall!

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$100 Question What’s in common? If the word common means same or alike, what do you think common denominator means?

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$100 Answer What’s in common The same number as a denominator

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$200 Question What’s in common. What is a multiple that 3 and 5 have in common?

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$200 Answer What’s in common 15 There are others

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$300 Question What is a common denominator for What’s in common and

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$300 Answer What’s in common 15

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$400 Question What’s in common What is a quick way to find a common denominator for 2 fractions?

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$400 Answer What’s in common What is Multiply the two denominators together. For example… and A common denominator is 42 (6*7=42)

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$500 Question What’s in common Which of the following numbers could be a common denominator for and 8, 25, 50, 75, 100, 200

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$500 Answer What’s in common. What is 100, 200

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$100 Question Adding & Subtracting Fractions Can you add these fractions as they are?

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$100 Answer Adding & Subtracting Fractions What is No, you can’t add or subtract fractions that don’t have common (the same) denominator.

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$200 Question Adding & Subtracting Fractions What could you change these fractions into in order to add them?

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$200 Answer Adding & Subtracting Fractions x 4 = x 3 =

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$300 Question Adding & Subtracting Fractions What is the sum of these two fractions?

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$300 Answer Adding & Subtracting Fractions x 4 = x 9 = 11 36

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$400 Question Adding & Subtracting Fractions What could be a common denominator I could use if I wanted to add these 3 fractions?

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$400 Answer Adding & Subtracting Fractions 6, 12, 18…

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$500 Question Adding & Subtracting Fractions What is the smallest common denominator that you could use if you wanted to add these fractions?

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$500 Answer Adding & Subtracting Fractions What is 30

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Final Jeopardy What is the addition problem Represented by the following model?

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Final Jeopardy Answer What is =

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