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Fully animated gameAnimated playboard

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A. 8.57 B. 1.1 C. 0.98 D.1.83 Which of these numbers is less than 1? Which of these numbers is closest to 2? Which of these numbers has an 8 in the hundredth's place?

The class collected time data. The times recorded were 1.57 minutes, 1.1 minutes, 0.98 minutes and 1.83 minutes. Which answer shows these times in the order from greatest to least? A. 8.57, 0.98, 1.1, 1.83 B. 1.1, 8.57, 1.83, 0.98 C. 0.98, 1.1, 8.57, 1.83 D. 8.57, 1.83, 1.1, 0.98

Alans baseball team is raising money for equipment by selling cookie dough. If each of the 12 players on the team sell 30 containers of cookie dough, how many containers will be sold altogether? How do I solve this problem? A.Addition B.Subtraction C.Multiplication D.Division

A. 1/6 B. 2/6 C. 3/6 D.5/6 Which of these fractions are less than ½? Which of these fractions is almost one whole? Which of these fractions is equal to one half? Which of these fractions is greater than one whole?

Mary cuts an apple into 6 equal slices. She eats 2 slices and gives another 3 slices to her friend. How many slices does Mary have left? A. 1/6 B. 2/6 C. 3/6 D. 5/6

16. Which number sentence shows the largest sum? A. 2 4 6 6 B. 1 1 4 4 C. 3 2 5 5 D. 5 6 8 8

A. 1/3 B. 4/5 C. 0.6 D. 1.75 Which of these numbers is less than ½? Which of these numbers is almost one whole? Which of these numbers is closest to one half? Which of these numbers is greater than one whole?

C. Place the following fractions and decimals on the number line below. I________I________I________I________I 0 ½ 1 1½ 2 0.61.75 4/51/3 ABCD

C. Place the following fractions and decimals on the number line below. I________I________I________I________I 0 ½ 1 1½ 2 0.61.75 4/51/3 A 1/3 B 0.6 C 4/5 D 1.75

How are these pictures alike and different?

Robert is planning for his trip. If his car can travel for 32 miles on a gallon of gas, how many gallons will he use if he is traveling 2,176 miles? How do I solve this problem? A.Addition B.Subtraction C.Multiplication D.Division

The Walton Candy Company had orders from forty-six stores for nine hundred two gumballs each. How many total gumballs did Walton Candy Company send to the stores? How do I solve this problem? A.Addition B.Subtraction C.Multiplication D.Division

There are 734 students and 42 chaperones going to the park. A bus holds 55 passengers. How many buses do they need? How do I solve this problem? A.Addition and multiplication B.Addition and division C.Addition only D.Multiplication only

Farmer Tom decides to build a fence around his garden after discovering that animals are eating his vegetables. Using the diagram below, how much fencing will he need to surround the garden? Whats the area of the garden?

Which is a true statement about the figures above? A. Both figures have the same area B. Both figures have the same perimeter C. Both figures are rectangles D. Both figures are squares

Jill received a new puppy for her birthday. She built a dog lot for her new puppy and surrounded it with fencing. Using the diagram below, find the perimeter and area of the dog lot.

A parallelogram has vertices at (1,4) (3,2) (3,6) and what other point? A.(1, 7) B.(2,7) C.(3,8) D. (4,7)

Which Shapes have parallel sides? Which have perpendicular sides?

Which transformations are necessary to to move triangle CDE to triangle CDE? A. flip CDE across a horizontal line B. flip CDE across a vertical line C. rotate CDE ¼ turn to the right D. rotate CDE ½ turn to the left

13, 10, 9, 15, 14, 8, 18,15,6 What is the median of this data? 6, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 15,18 What is the mode of this data? What is the range of this data?

When spinning the spinner above, where is the arrow most likely to land? A. an odd number B. an even number C. a number greater than 4 D. a number less than 2

What are numbers that could represent the triangles and circles?.

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