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2 Chapter 1 Review

3 Directions 1.The class will be split into four teams 2.Each team member will get a whiteboard to work out the problem 3.One team member will be the voice for the team; this person is the only one to talk out loud 4.Teams will take turns selecting a question from the board; if they answer correctly, they will earn the amount of money stated; if they answer incorrectly, their turn is over, and the next team can steal the question 5.Daily Double: Each team will have an opportunity to answer the question for money 6.Final Jeopardy: Teams will wager how much they want to risk; if they answer correctly, they earn the amount of money they wagered; if they answer incorrectly, they lose the amount of money they wagered 7.The team with the most money at the end is the winner

4 Vocab $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Division Decimals LCM GCF Prime Factorization Distributive Property Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 $200

5 Vocab: $100 This word means to use rounding to come close to an answer, but not exact Answer

6 Vocab: $100 Estimate Return to Main

7 Vocab: $200 Answer The arrow is pointing to the…

8 Vocab: $200 Return to Main Divisor

9 Vocab: $300 Answer The arrow is pointing to the…

10 Vocab: $300 Return to Main Dividend

11 Vocab: $400 Answer The arrow is pointing to the…

12 Vocab: $400 Return to Main Quotient

13 Vocab: $500 Answer What is the difference between a factor and a multiple?

14 Vocab: $500 Return to Main Factor: a number that is multiplied by another number to get a product Multiple: the products of a number multiplied by any other number Factor: a number that is multiplied by another number to get a product Multiple: the products of a number multiplied by any other number

15 Division: $100 Answer How do you set up the problem thirty-two divided by four?

16 Division: $100 Return to Main

17 Division: $200 Answer What is the quotient? Show work.

18 Division: $200 Return to Main 780

19 Division: $300 Answer Which of the following quotients have a remainder of 4? a. b. c. d. Which of the following quotients have a remainder of 4? a. b. c. d.

20 Division: $300 Return to Main

21 Scores Proceed

22 Division: $400 Answer Find the quotient. Show work. Write any remainder as a decimal.

23 Division: $400 Return to Main 10.9

24 Division: $500 Answer The 6 th graders at Lakeview sold 214 tickets to their talent show. They collected a total of $2, What was the cost of each ticket? Show work.

25 Division: $500 Return to Main $12.25

26 Decimals: $100 Answer Find the sum. Show work Find the sum. Show work

27 Decimals: $100 Return to Main 41.32

28 Decimals: $200 Answer Find the difference. Show work – 7.5 Find the difference. Show work – 7.5

29 Decimals: $200 Return to Main 66.66

30 Decimals: $300 Answer Find the product. Show work x 8.2 Find the product. Show work x 8.2

31 Decimals: $300 Return to Main

32 Decimals: $400 Answer Miss DeFalco bought chips for $2.73 and hot salsa for $5.39 (both included tax). How much change should she receive if she pays with a $10 bill?

33 Decimals: $400 Return to Main $1.88

34 Decimals: $500 Answer Miss de Pau earns $9.60 per hour tutoring her neighbor. This week, she worked hours. a.How much did Miss de Pau earn this week? Show work. b.Last week she worked 10 hours. How much more money did she earn this week than last week? Show work. Miss de Pau earns $9.60 per hour tutoring her neighbor. This week, she worked hours. a.How much did Miss de Pau earn this week? Show work. b.Last week she worked 10 hours. How much more money did she earn this week than last week? Show work.

35 Decimals: $500 Return to Main a. $ b. $55.20 a. $ b. $55.20

36 LCM/GCF: $100 Answer Write steps for finding the LCM of two numbers.

37 LCM/GCF: $100 Return to Main 1.List the multiples of each number 2.Find the common multiples 3.The least common multiple is the answer 1.List the multiples of each number 2.Find the common multiples 3.The least common multiple is the answer

38 LCM/GCF: $200 Answer Write steps for finding the LCM of two numbers.

39 LCM/GCF: $200 Return to Main 1.List the factors of each number 2.Find the common factors 3.The greatest common factor is the answer 1.List the factors of each number 2.Find the common factors 3.The greatest common factor is the answer

40 LCM/GCF: $300 Answer Find the LCM of 2 and 5. Show work.

41 LCM/GCF: $300 Return to Main 10

42 LCM/GCF: $400 Answer Find the GCF of 24 and 40. Show work.

43 LCM/GCF: $400 Return to Main 8 8

44 LCM/GCF: $500 Answer There are 48 sixth graders and 60 fifth graders. The band teacher wants to divide each grade into groups of equal size, with the greatest number of students possible in each group. How many students should be in each group?

45 LCM/GCF: $500 Return to Main 12 students

46 Prime Factorization: $100 Answer Write steps for finding the prime factorization of a number.

47 Prime Factorization: $100 Return to Main 1.Create a factor tree for the number, breaking down each factor into two smaller factors 2.When you can’t go any further (all the factors are prime), you are finished 3.The answer is written as the product of the prime factors in order from least to greatest 1.Create a factor tree for the number, breaking down each factor into two smaller factors 2.When you can’t go any further (all the factors are prime), you are finished 3.The answer is written as the product of the prime factors in order from least to greatest

48 Prime Factorization: $200 Answer What is the prime factorization of 30? a.3 x 10 b.10 x 3 c.2 x 3 x 5 d.5 x 2 x 3 What is the prime factorization of 30? a.3 x 10 b.10 x 3 c.2 x 3 x 5 d.5 x 2 x 3

49 Prime Factorization: $200 Return to Main a.3 x 10 b.10 x 3 c.2 x 3 x 5 d.5 x 2 x 3 a.3 x 10 b.10 x 3 c.2 x 3 x 5 d.5 x 2 x 3

50 Prime Factorization: $300 Answer What is the prime factorization of 76?

51 Prime Factorization: $300 Return to Main 2 x 2 x 19

52 Prime Factorization: $400 Answer What is the prime factorization of 120?

53 Prime Factorization: $400 Return to Main 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 5

54 Prime Factorization: $500 Answer Miss Rizzo must enter a code on a keypad to get into her house. The digits of the code are the prime factors of 462. She forgot two of the numbers. What are the missing prime factors? ___ x 3 x 7 x ___ Miss Rizzo must enter a code on a keypad to get into her house. The digits of the code are the prime factors of 462. She forgot two of the numbers. What are the missing prime factors? ___ x 3 x 7 x ___

55 Prime Factorization: $500 Return to Main 2 x 3 x 7 x 11

56 Distributive Property: $100 Answer When you see parentheses in a problem, what does that tell you to do?

57 Distributive Property: $100 Return to Main Solve for the parentheses first

58 Distributive Property: $200 Answer Solve the expression: 2(4+5) Solve the expression: 2(4+5)

59 Distributive Property: $200 Return to Main 18

60 Distributive Property: $300 Answer True or False: 5(2+6) = 4(10-1) True or False: 5(2+6) = 4(10-1)

61 Distributive Property: $300 Return to Main False

62 Distributive Property: $400 Answer True or False: 11(3-1) = 2(2+3+6) True or False: 11(3-1) = 2(2+3+6)

63 Distributive Property: $400 Return to Main True

64 Topic 6: $500 Answer Select all of the TRUE statements. a.9(4+3) = b.3(12+9) = c.12(3+1) = d.1( ) = Select all of the TRUE statements. a.9(4+3) = b.3(12+9) = c.12(3+1) = d.1( ) =

65 Topic 6: $500 Return to Main Select all of the TRUE statements. a.9(4+3) = b.3(12+9) = c.12(3+1) = d.1( ) = Select all of the TRUE statements. a.9(4+3) = b.3(12+9) = c.12(3+1) = d.1( ) =

66 GCF & Distributive Property Proceed

67 Answer Write the expression as a product using the greatest common factor and distributive property = ___ ( ___+___ ) Write the expression as a product using the greatest common factor and distributive property = ___ ( ___+___ )

68 Return to Main = 2 ( )


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