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Jeopardy Math! Even/OddPatternsMultiplyDivideOther
Even/Odd for 100 Which of these is an odd number? thirteen
Even/Odd for 200 Which of these is an even number? eighteen
Even/Odd for 300 What is the next even number after 53? 54 fifty-four
Even/Odd for 400 Which shows an even number of circles? a b c c
Even/Odd for 500 I’m an odd number. I’m greater than 7 and less than 10. What number am I ? 9 nine
Patterns for 100 What comes next in this pattern? ?
Patterns for 200 What comes next in this pattern ? ?
Patterns for 300 What number comes next in this sequence ? 3, 5, 7, 9, ? 11 eleven
Patterns for 400 What number comes next in this sequence ? 23, 27, 31, 35, ? 39 thirty nine
Patterns for 500 What could come next in this pattern ? ? any 3D shape
Multiply for x 0 = 0 zero
Multiply for x 1 = ? 17 seventeen
Multiply for x 4 is the same as:
Multiply for 400 The array shows: 4 x 2 3 x 3 3 x 4 3 X 4
Multiply for 500 (7 x 1) - 2 = 5 five
Divide for ÷ 1 = 3 three
Divide for ÷ 1 = 13 thirteen
Divide for 300 I have 4 cookies that I want to divide up equally between 2 people. How many cookies does each person get ? 2 two
Divide for There are 7 pencils that I want to share (give) equally to 2 people. Will there be any left over? How many ? 1 one
Divide for 500 I cannot be divided in half equally. I must be an: odd number even number xernumber odd number
Other for 100 The globe to the right is what kind of shape ? sphere
Other for = 13 thirteen
Other for 300 Who ate the fewest number of cookies ? Mr. K. Mr. A. Mr. Z. Mr. Z.
Other for 400 What fraction of the shape is missing ? ¼ one fourth
Other for 500 I have 13 cards. Five are green, two are red, two are blue, and the rest are white. How many are white ? 4 four
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