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Find the Common Denominator Add/Subtract Fractions Fractions 2 Decimals Multiplying Fractions Solve the Problem

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Common Denominator – , 4 A: What is 4?

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Common Denominator – , 15 A: What is 30?

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Common Denominator – , 6, 12 A: What is 12?

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Common Denominator – , 9, 12 A: What is 36?

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Common Denominator – , 4, 7, 14 A: What is 28?

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Add/Subtract Fractions – 100 2/5 + 2/5 A: What is 4/5?

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Add/Subtract Fractions – 200 3/4 – 5/8 A: What is 1/8?

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Add/Subtract Fractions – 300 2/4 + 3/5 A: What is 1 1/10?

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Add/Subtract Fractions – 400 4/6 – 4/9 A: What is 2/9?

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Add/Subtract Fractions – 500 4/5 + 2/3 – 7/15 A: What is 1 whole?

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Fractions To Decimals – 100 3/5 A: What is 0.6?

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Fractions To Decimals – /20 A: What is 0.75?

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Fractions To Decimals – 300 6/15 A: What is 0.4?

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Fractions To Decimals – 400 Round to 2 decimals (the hundredths) : 8/11 A: What is 0.73?

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Fractions To Decimals – 500 Round to 2 decimals (the hundredths): 9/16 A: What is 0.56?

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Multiplying Fractions – 100 A whole number is a fraction that is always over a denominator of “this” A: What is 1?

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Multiplying Fractions – 200 Simplify: ½ + ½ + ½ + ½ A: What is 4 x ½?

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Multiplying Fractions – 300 Solve: 4 x 2/10 A: What is 4/5?

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Multiplying Fractions – 400 Solve: 5 x 4/6 A: What is 3 1/3?

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Multiplying Fractions – 500 Simplify AND Solve: ¾ + ¾ + ¾ + ¾ + ¾ + ¾ A: What is 6 x ¾ & 4½?

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Problem Solving – 100 Diana has just found a bakery. She sees 18 pies in the window. There are 7 strawberry, 5 blueberry, 4 apple, and “this” number of rhubarb. A: What is 2?

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Problem Solving – 200 Annie has just bought 12 marbles. Five marbles are red, 4 are blue, and 3 are green. The amount of blue marbles is “this” simplified fraction. A: What is 1/3?

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Problem Solving – 300 Billie Jean has cut paper plates in half for her arts and crafts class. After class, there are 7 pieces left. Billie’s fraction of the leftovers is “this”. A: What is 3½?

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Problem Solving – 400 Ben has 20 cars. Seven are blue, 5 are black, 3 are silver, and another 5 are yellow. Ben knows the amount of cars that aren’t blue is “this” fraction. A: What is 13/20?

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Problem Solving – 500 Michael has 24 students in his class. He divides the class into 4 teams. Each team has “this” fraction of the class. A: What is ¼?

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Final Jeopardy Category: Pop Music

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Pop Music – Final Jeopardy Billie Jean, Diana, Annie, and Ben from the problem solving questions are all names used in “this” singer’s music. Hint, his first name is Michael. A: Who is Michael Jackson?

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