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FractionsPolygonsPrimesAveragesDecimal System Random

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This is the part of a fraction that tells you how many pieces you have to consider A 100

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Numerator A 100

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This is the definition on Denominator A 200

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How many parts make up the whole. The bottom number of a fraction A 200

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This is the term used for Fractions that are equal A 300

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Equivalent Fractions A 300

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This is a fraction where the numerator is greater than the denominator A 400

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Improper Fraction A 400

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This is how to convert a mixed number to an Improper Fractions A 500

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The denominator of the new fraction will be the same denominator. To get the numerator, we multiply the whole number by the denominator and then add the numerator to it. A 500

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A polygons has these three characteristics B 100

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Closed Figure, Made of segment, Only intersects at endpoint B 100

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The words poly and gon (poly-gon) means this B 200

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Many sides or many angles B 200

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A polygon with 3 sides is called a triangle, this is what a polygon with 4 sides is called B 300

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quadrilateral B 300

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A quadrilateral with 2 pair of parallel sides is called a this B 400

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Parallelogram B 400

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A parallelogram with 4 90 degree angles is called a this B 500

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rectangle B 500

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This is the first prime number we find when we count up from zero C 100

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2

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This is the first non-prime (composite) number we find when we count up from zero C 200

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4

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Prime factorization is used to C 300

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Find the prime factors of a composite number C 300

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DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

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Finish this sentence: Prime numbers are C 400

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Numbers greater than 1 that have only 2 factors, 1 and the number itself C 400

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This is the prime factorization of 24 C 500

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2x2x2x3 C 500

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Average is this D 100

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Normal or typical D 100

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Range is this D 200

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Difference between the largest and smallest value in a set D 200

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Mode is this D 300

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The item that appears the most in a dataset D 300

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D 400 Median is this

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D 400 The middle value in a set after the values have been ordered from least to greatest

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This is the mean of this set 10, 20, 15, 15, 9, 21 D 500

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15 D 500

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The value of a number in the decimal systems is determined by how many spaces the number is from this E 100

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Decimal point E 100

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This is what happens to the value of a number as it moves further to the left of the decimal point. E 200

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The value goes up E 200

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It takes this many hundredths to make up a tenth E 300

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10 E 300

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It takes this many thousandths to make a one E 400

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1000 E 400

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It is the correct ordering of these numbers from least to greatest: 0.12, 01.5, 0.15, E 500

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0.098, 0.12, 0.15, 01.5 E 500

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When graphing the pair V(2,3), this is the number of steps you take on the x axis F 100

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According to the order of operations, this is how we should perform multiplication and division F 200

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What is left to right F 200

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This is the definition of solving an equation means to do this F 300

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Find the value of the variable that makes the equation true F 300

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This is the definition of perpendicular lines F 400

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2 Lines that intersect to form 4 90 degree angles F 400

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This is the definition of parallel lines F 500

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Lines that never intersect (touch) F 500

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

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This is why it is important to learn Vocabulary Click on screen to continue

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You cannot answer a question correctly unless you understand it, and vocabulary helps us understand the questions. Click on screen to continue

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