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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?

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1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade Topic 10 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

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5th Grade Using a Table Question Teacher 2004200520062007 Hartshorn 251826 Kile 27182819 Peters 24 3023 Rodriguez 20252824 Which teacher had the smallest class in 2004? Who had the largest class 2 years later?

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5th Grade Using a Table Answer / Rodriguez / Peters / Rodriguez / Peters

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5th Grade Using a Table Question Teacher 2004200520062007 Hartshorn 251826 Kile 27182819 Peters 24 3023 Rodriguez 20252824 Which teacher had the greatest increase in students from 2005-2006? What was the increase?

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5th Grade Using a Table Answer / Kile with 10 students

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4th Grade Topic 3 Question / Name 2 vertical or opposite angles K A T E C

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4th Grade Topic 3 Answer / KCT / ACE / Or / KCA / TCE / KCT / ACE / Or / KCA / TCE

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4th Grade Angles Question / Name 2 adjacent angles A B C D E

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4th Grade Angles Answer / AEB and AED / DEC and CEB / AEB and AED / DEC and CEB

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3rd Grade Missing Angles Question / Find the missing angle measure without using a protractor 40 110

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3rd Grade Missing Angles Answer / 30

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3rd Grade Missing Angles Question / 1. What is the missing angle measure? / 2. What kind of triangle is this? / 1. What is the missing angle measure? / 2. What kind of triangle is this? 30

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3rd Grade Missing Angles Answer / 1. 120 / 2. Isosceles Triangle / 1. 120 / 2. Isosceles Triangle

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2nd Grade Polygons Answer / A. the polygon is a quadrangle / B. at least 2 sides are parallel / C. at least 2 angles are congruent / A. the polygon is a quadrangle / B. at least 2 sides are parallel / C. at least 2 angles are congruent

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2nd Grade Polygon Question / Which of these statements are true (there may be more than 1)? / A. the polygon is a quadrangle / B. at least 2 sides are parallel / C. at least 2 angles are congruent / D. this is a regular polygon / Which of these statements are true (there may be more than 1)? / A. the polygon is a quadrangle / B. at least 2 sides are parallel / C. at least 2 angles are congruent / D. this is a regular polygon

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2nd Grade Place Value Question / Write a number that has a 2 in the ones place / The digit in the hundred-thousands place that is double the digit in the ones place / The largest odd digit is in the millions place / 4 in the tenths place and 6 in all other places / Write a number that has a 2 in the ones place / The digit in the hundred-thousands place that is double the digit in the ones place / The largest odd digit is in the millions place / 4 in the tenths place and 6 in all other places.,,

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2nd Grade Place Value Answer / 9,466,662.4.

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1st Grade Angles Question / What is an obtuse angle? / Draw an obtuse angle. / What is an obtuse angle? / Draw an obtuse angle.

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1st Grade Angles Answer / An obtuse angle measures more than 90 degrees

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1st Grade Angles Question / What is a reflex angle? / Draw a reflex angle? / What is a reflex angle? / Draw a reflex angle?

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1st Grade Angles Answer An angle that is more than 180

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Million Dollar Question 5 th Grade Angles On the board, draw a pair of adjacent angles. Make one of the angles obtuse and use letters to name the angles.

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1,000,000 Answer

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