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2 Welcome to

3 Directions Read the question carefully. Have pencil & paper ready to do calculations. Record how many you got correct using tally marks in the corner of your paper. Click on the correct answer. If your answer is incorrect, you will come to the “Try Again” slide. Click the upward arrow to return to the previous question. Check out what a wrong answer looks like.

4 Please try again! Return to Question

5 Please try again! Return to Question Let’s begin!

6 Who am I? I am an angle with a measure less than 90 degrees, who am I? Obtuse angle Opposite angle Acute angle Right angle

7 I am two rays with the same endpoint. Who am I? Parallel lines Angle Perpendicular lines Intersecting Rays

8 We are numbers used to locate a point on a grid? What are we? Coordinates Prime Numbers Composite Numbers Integers

9 I am the number of square units needed to cover a region, who am I? AreaCircumference PerimeterCapacity

10 I am a part of a line with two endpoints, who am I? Line Segment LineRay Line Plot

11 I am a whole number less than zero. Who am I? Fraction Negative Number Integer Whole Number

12 I am a number that is the product of two whole numbers, who am I? Factor QuotientDividend Multiple

13 I am a whole number greater than one that has exactly two factors, one and itself, who am I? Multiple Composite NumberProduct Prime Number

14 I am a repetitive pattern of polygons that covers an area with no holes, gaps, or overlaps. Who Am I? Regular Polygons Geo-board Tiling Tessellation

15 I am the amount of space enclosed in a space 3-D figure, who am I? Area Surface AreaCapacity Volume

16 I am a number that has more than two whole number factors, who am I? Positive Number Even Number Whole Number Composite Number

17 I am the answer in a division problem, who am I? Divisor Dividend Product Quotient

18 I am a triangle who has two sides of equal length, who am I? Scalene Triangle Equilateral Triangle Right Triangle Isosceles Triangle

19 I am the number or numbers that occur the most in a set of data, who am I? Mean Median RangeMode

20 I am the missing number in this equation: 21 = 9 + n Who is n?

21 I am the missing number in this equation: What number is n? 7 x 3 = 25 – n

22 I am the number that is equal to 2 3. Who am I?

23 I am a number that is neither prime nor composite, who am I?

24 I am the fraction equivalent to 2/3, who am I? 9/4 14/26 12/8 8/12

25 I am the improper fraction when you convert 3 4/9, who am I? 12/18 30/9 12/9 31/9

26 I am the sum of these two numbers: 2214 and Who am I?

27 I was born in the year It is now the year How old will I be in the year 2005?

28 I am the product of these two numbers: 12 and 31. Who am I?

29 You did it! Way to go! Time to celebrate!


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