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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Literary Issues Ups and downs Inside and OUT Make sure you make your BEDMAS Rhyme Time

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Literary Issues I am a number. Take one half of me add 11. The result is 61. What number am I.

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Literary Issues 61 -11 = 50 50 + 50 = 100

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Literary Issues I am a number. Divide me by 2. Multiply the quotient by 20. Divide that answer by 4. You get 25. What number am I?

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Literary Issues 10

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Literary Issues What is a prime number? Give an example.

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Literary Issues A prime number is a number that has only the factors of 1 and itself. ex. 3,7,13,17,19,23

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Literary Issues When you double Latoya's age and add 1, you get 15. How old is Latoya?

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Literary Issues Latoya is7

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Literary Issues A drawer contains 20 black socks and 20 white socks. If the light is off and you reach into the drawer to get your socks, what is the minimum number of socks must pull out in order to be sure that you have a matching pair.

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Literary Issues You need 3 socks

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Ups and Downs If +9 means 9 points gained, what number means 5 points lost.

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Ups and Downs -5

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Ups and Downs Write each explanation A) if +8 means 8 seconds before blast- off, what does -3? B) if -250 means 250 meters below sea level, what does + 4682 mean?

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Ups and Downs a) 3 seconds after blast off b) 4682 meters above sea level

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Ups and Downs In Antigonish the coolest temperature on average reaches -32 C with wind chill factor. The coolest temperature in southern BC is -28 C with wind chill factor.

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Ups and Downs Antigonish is 4 C then southern BC

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Ups and Downs For each pair of integers, tell which integer is greater. A)-3 or -30 B)-7 or 0 C)-12 or -4 D)-20 or -18

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Ups and Downs A)+3 B)0 C)-4 D)-18

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Ups and Downs Define the term integer.

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Ups and Downs Any negative or positive number with no rational numbers (decimals).

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Inside and Out What is the formula for finding the area of a rectangle? Give an example of its every day use.

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Inside and Out Area = Length x width Ex. pool, garden

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Inside and Out Find the area and the perimeter of the rectangle.

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Inside and Out Area- 6x15=90m Perimeter- 6+15+6+15=42m

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Inside and Out Find the area of the shaded part of the rectangle.

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Inside and Out Big rectangle 6x5=30m Small rectangle 3x3 = 9m Answer 30 - 9 = 21m

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Inside and Out Find the perimeter of the eight sided object and the area of the square inside it. What is the eight sided object.

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Inside and Out Perimeter of the octagon is 64 mm the area of the square inside the octagon is 144mm.

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Inside and Out Draw a shape that has an area for the following. Find all possible answers. A) 18 cm B) 22 cm C) 64cm

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Inside and Out A) 1x 18; 9x2; 6x3 B) 1x22; 2x11 C)1x64; 4x16; 8x8

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BEDMAS What does BEDMAS stand for?

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BEDMAS Brackets, Exponents, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction

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BEDMAS Solve the following. Show your work A) 3x4x6 B) 16 ÷ 4 - 3+7

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BEDMAS A) (3 x 4) + 6 = 12 + 6 =18 B) (16 ÷ 4) -3+7 =4 – 3 + 7 =1 + 7 =8

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BEDMAS A) 6 ____ + 9 3 B) 22 ____ - 8 + 1 2

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BEDMAS A) Answer : 2 + 9 = 11 B) 11 – 8 + 1 = 3+1 4

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BEDMAS (14/ 7 + 6 ) + 3 x 2

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BEDMAS (2 + 6) + 6 = 8 + 6 = 14

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BEDMAS (6 x 3) + 2 __________ (4 x 3) - 7

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BEDMAS 18 + 2 20 ______ = ____ = 4 12 – 7 5

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Rhyme Time Bath

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Rhyme Time Math

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