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Measurement Fractions & Geometry Data Analysis, Probability, & Algebra 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Number Relationships & Money Operations Final Jeopardy

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Use a pencil and paper: A. 71 B. 80 C. 81 Click to see answer

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C. 81

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Use a pencil and paper: A. 118 B. 68 C. 72 Click to see answer

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B. 68

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What subtraction fact is related to this addition sentence? = 65 A. 65 – 13 = 52 B. 52 – 13 = 65 C. 30 – 8 = 22 Click to see answer

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A. 65 – 13 = 52

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Micah has to read 34 pages of his chapter book for homework. He read 23 pages at recess, how many more pages does he have to read? A. 57 pages B. 11 pages C. 12 pages Click to see answer

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B. 11 pages

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Dana baked 72 cookies for the school bake sale. She sold 48 of them. About how many cookies does she have left? A. 20 cookies B. 30 cookies C. 120 cookies Click to see answer

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A. 20 cookies

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Which is the best unit to measure the amount of water in the bucket? A. miles B. pounds C. cups Click to see answer

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C. cups

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Which shows the screwdrivers from longest to shortest? a) A, B, C b) A, C, B c) B, C, A Click to see answer

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b) A, C, B

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What tool would you use to measure the length of a jeep? A. scale B. cup C. ruler Click to see answer

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C. ruler

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Alex measured his Matchbox car. Which estimated length is most reasonable? A. 2 inches B. 3 inches C. 4 inches Click to see answer

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B. 3 inches

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What is the temperature on the thermometer? A. 90 o F B. 100 o F C. 80 o F Click to see answer

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A. 90 o F

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Which set of numbers is in order from least to greatest? Click to see answer A. 45, 36, 17, 9 B. 17, 36, 45, 9 C. 9, 17, 36, 45

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Click to see answer What is 42 rounded to the nearest ten? A. 40 B. 50 C. 45

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A. 40

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Click to see answer How would you count on to find the total of these coins? A. 25¢, 26¢, 27¢, 28¢, 29¢ B. 25¢, 50¢, 55¢, 56¢, 57¢ C. 25¢, 50¢, 75¢, $1.00, $1.25¢

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B. 25¢, 50¢, 55¢, 56¢, 57¢

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Click to see answer Which set of coins shows the same amount as the money above? A. B. C.

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A.

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Click to see answer Michele broke her piggy bank open and counted her money. She had $5.13. How do you say that in words? A. five and thirteen cents B. five-thirteen dollars C. five dollars and thirteen cents

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Look at the 8 pieces of fruit. What fraction of the fruit is apples? Click to see answer

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4848

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Mike cut himself a piece of pizza. About how much of the pizza is left? Click to see answer

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7878

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This rectangle is cut into 8 pieces. How much of the rectangle is shaded? A. 8 B. 1 C. 1818

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B. 1

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Click to see answer What two shapes do you see in this picture? A. triangle and rectangle B. circle and triangle C. circle and square

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B. circle and triangle

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Click to see answer What geometric shape is this sugar MOST like? A. sphere B. pyramid C. cube

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Click to see answer What number completes the table? Rule: Subtract 3 InputOutput A. 5 B. 10 C. 4

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Find the missing addend. 7 + = 13 Click to see answer A. 5 B. 6 C. 7

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B. 6

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Click to see answer What type of trash was collected MOST on the beach? A. styrofoam B. wood C. cigarettes

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C. cigarettes

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Click to see answer If you are making a pictograph and each stands for 5 dogs, how many would you need to make 20 dogs? A. B. C.

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B.

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Click to see answer If you spin the spinner, what will you be LEAST likely to land on? A. the number 1 B. Lose Turn C. the number 2

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A. the number 1

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Make your wager Click to go to Final Jeopardy

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Alexandra wants to make bracelets for her friends. She can make 3 bracelets every hour. If she has 12 friends, how many hours will it take her to make all the bracelets? Use a drawing to show how many hours it will take Alexandra. Click to see answer

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1 hour It will take Alexandra 4 hours to make the bracelets.

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