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Fifth Grade Math Thanks to The Jordan School District (http://support.jordan.k12.ut.us/) for the Jeopardy Templatehttp://support.jordan.k12.ut.us/ Modified for Fifth Grade Math in the Cobb County School District (http://www.cobbk12.org)

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$200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 AlgebraPlace Value FractionSens Geometry

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AlgebraPlace Value FractionSens Geometry $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $600 $800 $400 $1000

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Algebra $200 What is the value of 6a – 4 if a = 7? a) 2 b) 18 c) 38 d) 46

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Algebra $400 Jill had 15 pens. She gave some to Jake. Let p equal the number of pens Jill gave to Jake. Which expression models the situation? a) 15 – p b) 15 / p c) p + 15 d) p x 15

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Algebra $600 Amanda puts some apples into a bowl that has 6 apples. (6 + a) represents the number of apples in the bowl. How many apples are in the bowl if a = 3? a) 2 b) 3 c) 12 d) 9

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Algebra $800 What is the value of n – 3.8 if n = 6? a) 2.2 b) 3.2 c) 3.8 d) 9.8

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Algebra $1000 Wayne has a stack of books that he wants to put into 4 same-sized piles. Let b equal the number of Wayne’s books. Which expression models the situation? a) 4 - b b) b - 4 c) 4 / b d) b / 4

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Algebra $200-Answer What is the value of 6a – 4 if a = 7? a) 2 b) 18 c) 38 d) 46

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Algebra $400-Answer Jill had 15 pens. She gave some to Jake. Let p equal the number of pens Jill gave to Jake. Which expression models the situation? a) 15 – p b) 15 / p c) p + 15 d) p x 15

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Algebra $600-Answer Amanda puts some apples into a bowl that has 6 apples. (6 + a) represents the number of apples in the bowl. How many apples are in the bowl if a = 3? a) 2 b) 3 c) 12 d) 9

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Algebra $800-Answer What is the value of n – 3.8 if n = 6? a) 2.2 b) 3.2 c) 3.8 d) 9.8

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Algebra $1000-Answer Wayne has a stack of books that he wants to put into 4 same-sized piles. Let b equal the number of Wayne’s books. Which expression models the situation? a) 4 - b b) b - 4 c) 4 / bd) b / 4

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Place Value $200 What is the place value of 2 in 345.62? a) tensb) tenths c) thousandthsd) hundredths

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Place Value $400 What is the expanded form of 425.261 a) 4,000+200+5+.2+.06+.001 b) 400+20+5+.02+.006+.0001 c) 400+20+5+.2+.06+.001 d) 400+50+2+.2+.06+.001

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Place Value $600 Chose the correct statement: a) 4.243 < 4.2b) 5.226 < 5.2 c) 5.26 < 5.2d) 8.14 = 8.014

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Place Value $800 Select a number that falls between 1.485 and 4.56 a) 4.870b) 1.469 c) 4. 591 d) 4.087

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Place Value $1000 What is the standard form of 700+8+.5+.06+.003? a) 78.563b) 780.563 c) 785.63 d) 708.563

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Place Value $200-Answer What is the place value of 2 in 345.62? a) tensb) tenths c) thousandthsd) hundredths

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Place Value $400-Answer What is the expanded form of 425.261 a) 4,000+200+5+.2+.06+.001 b) 400+20+5+.02+.006+.0001 c) 400+20+5+.2+.06+.001 d) 400+50+2+.2+.06+.001

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Place Value $600-Answer Chose the correct statement: a) 4.243 < 4.2b) 5.126 < 5.2 c) 5.26 < 5.2 d) 8.14 = 8.014

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Place Value $800-Answer Select a number that falls between 1.485 and 4.56 a) 4.870b) 1.469 c) 4. 591d) 4.087

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Place Value $1000-Answer What is the standard form of 700+8+.5+.06+.003? a) 78.563b) 780.563 c) 785.63d) 708.563

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Fraction Sense $200 Simplify 5/15 a) 1/5b) 1/3 c) 1/4 d) 1/2

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Fraction Sense $400 Maria ate 3/5 bag of her favorite pretzels. How much was left? Write your answer as a decimal. a).40b).30 c).50 d).60

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Fraction Sense $600 Solve: 2 ½ + 3 ½= a) 6 ½b) 5 ½ c) 6 d) 5 ¼

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Fraction Sense $800 Solve: 2 ½ - ¾ = a) 1 3/4b) 2 4/6 c) 2 4/8 d) 1 1/2

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Fraction Sense $1000 Is the following statement true? 5/6 < 2/3 <1/2 a) Nob) Yes c) Maybe d) Sometimes

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Fraction Sense $200-Answer Simplify 5/15 a) 1/5b) 1/3 c) ¼d) 1/2

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Fraction Sense $400-Answer Maria ate 3/5 bag of her favorite pretzels. How much was left? Write your answer as a decimal. a).40b).30 c).50d).60

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Fraction Sense $600-Answer Solve: 2 ½ + 3 ½= a) 6 ½b) 5 ½ c) 6 d) 5 ¼

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Fraction Sense $800-Answer Solve: 2 ½ - ¾ = a) 1 3/4b) 2 4/6 c) 2 4/8d) 1 1/2

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Fraction Sense $1000-Answer Is the following statement true? 5/6 < 2/3 <1/2 a) Nob) Yes c) Maybed) Sometimes

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Geometry $200 The perimeter of this shape is a) 15”b) 16” c) 14” d) 17” 3”3” 5”5”

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Geometry $400 What is the formula for the area of a rectangle? a) πr 2 b) Length x Width c) ½ Base x Height d) Length x Width x Height

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Geometry $600 What is the formula for the area of a triangle? a) πr 2 b) Length x Width c) ½ Base x Height d) Length x Width x Height

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Geometry $800 What formula below measures volume? a) πr 2 b) Length x Width c) ½ Base x Height d) Length x Width x Height

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Geometry $1000 The area of this shape is a) 80 sq. cmb) 40 sq. cm c) 24 sq. cm d) 50 sq. cm 10 cm 6 cm 8 cm

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Geometry $200-Answer The perimeter of this shape is a) 15”b) 16” c) 14”d) 17” 5”5” 3”3”

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Geometry $400-Answer What is the formula for the area of a rectangle? a) πr 2 b) Length x Width c) ½ Base x Height d) Length x Width x Height

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Geometry $600-Answer What is the formula for the area of a triangle? a) πr 2 b) Length x Width c) ½ Base x Height d) Length x Width x Height

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Geometry $800-Answer What formula below measures volume? a) πr 2 b) Length x Width c) ½ Base x Height d) Length x Width x Height

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Geometry $1000-Answer The area of this shape is a) 80 sq. cmb) 40 sq. cm c) 24 sq. cm d) 50 sq. cm 10 cm 6 cm 8 cm

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Final Jeopardy Geometry

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Final Jeopardy You have 1 minute When using a geoboard, Shanika created the figure in the picture. What is the area of the figure? a) 22 sq. units b) 29 sq. units c) 33 sq. units d) 36 sq. units 1 sq. unit of area

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Final Jeopardy You have 30 seconds When using a geoboard, Shanika created the figure in the picture. What is the area of the figure? a) 22 sq. units b) 29 sq. units c) 33 sq. units d) 36 sq. units 1 sq. unit of area

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Final Jeopardy You have 15 seconds When using a geoboard, Shanika created the figure in the picture. What is the area of the figure? a) 22 sq. units b) 29 sq. units c) 33 sq. units d) 36 sq. units 1 sq. unit of area

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Final Jeopardy Time Is Up When using a geoboard, Shanika created the figure in the picture. What is the area of the figure? a) 22 sq. units b) 29 sq. units c) 33 sq. units d) 36 sq. units 1 sq. unit of area

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Final Jeopardy - Answer When using a geoboard, Shanika created the figure in the picture. What is the area of the figure? a) 22 sq. units b) 29 sq. units c) 33 sq. units d) 36 sq. units 1 sq. unit of area

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