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100 200 300 400 500 Whole Number Place Value Decimal Place Value FractionsNumber Operation EstimationFactors and Multiples

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According to the Austin American-Statesman in 1999, Austin had a population of 1,063,292 people. What does the 6 in this number represent? A 100 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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Sixty Thousand 60,000 A 100 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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The Milky Way has about 200,000,000,000 stars. How is this number written in words? a.Two hundred thousand b.Two hundred billion c.Two hundred million d.Two hundred trillion A 200 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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B. Two Hundred Billion A 200 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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During a recent year, the state of Washington produced between 5,700,000,000 and 5,800,000,000 pounds of apples. What could be the actual number of apples produced? f. 5,794,046 pounds g.5,819,042,046 pounds h. 5,897,043 pounds j. 5,729,000,013 pounds A 300 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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j. 5,729,000,123 pounds of apples A 300 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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One million, two hundred thousand, sixty copies of a CD were sold during one month. What is the correct way to write this number? Use scratch paper and write the number out correctly. A 400 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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1,200,060 A 400 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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How is the number 5,956,021,402 written in words? Write out the correct number on a scratch piece of paper. A 500 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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Five billion, nine hundred fifty-six million, twenty one thousand, four hundred two. A 500 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Some of the greatest Olympic athletes are listed in this table. According to the table, in which year was the greatest long-jump recorded? B 100 YearDistance (meters) 19688.90 19768.36 19888.72 19928.67 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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1968 8.90 meters B 100 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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How is the numeral 24.017 written in words? Use scratch paper and write out your answer. B 200 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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Twenty-four and seventeen thousandths B 200 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Katrina planted a flower. She created a table to show the growth of the plant. Using the table below, what is the correct way to write the height of her plant on June 15 th ? B 300 DateHeight (centimeters) June 1 st 38.5 June 8 th 54.9 June 15 th 58.8 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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Fifty-eight and eight tenths B 300 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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The weekly rainfall totals for 4 cities are shown in the table. Which city had four hundredths of an inch of rain? B 400 CityRain (inches) Lakeside0.4 Mountain View4.0 Pine Valley0.04 Westside0.004 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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Pine Valley B 400 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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The trainer at Pflugerville High School recorded the distance that each athlete threw the discuss. According to the table, list the athletes in order from greatest to least distance. B 500 Distance in Discuss Throw at PHS Bob 24.7 meters Xavier 24.507 meters Mark 24.75 meters Steven 24.078 meters Juan 25.00 meters Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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Juan Mark Bob Xavier Steven B 500 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Marcus and John are placing books on the library shelves. They are 2/3 of the way finished. Which fraction is equivalent to 2/3? a. 2/6 b. 4/6 c. 2/4 d. 3/2 C 100 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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4/6 is equivalent to 2/3 C 100 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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A baseball team won 8 of the 20 games they played. What fraction of its games did the team win? f. 1/28 g. 2/5 h. 1/12 j. 5/2 C 200 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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g. 2/5 C 200 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Sherry has 4 different types of ribbon. The color and width of each type of ribbon are listed in the table below. Sherry needs a ribbon that is 12/16 inch wide. Which color ribbon has an equivalent width? C 300 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer Different widths of ribbon ColorWidth (inches) Red4/5 inch Orange2/3 inch Green1/2 inch Yellow3/4 inch

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Yellow Ribbon 3/4 inches wide. C 300 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the question

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What number goes in the box to make this equation true? C 400 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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12 C 400 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Manuel is doing his homework. He has 2/3 of the work finished. Which fraction is NOT equivalent to 2/3? 8/12 6/9 10/15 6/10 C 500 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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6/10 C 500 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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The table below shows some territories by their square mile area. According to the table, how much larger was the area of the largest territory than the area of the smallest territory? D 100 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer TerritoryArea in square miles Louisiana827,192 sq. miles Texas390,143 sq. miles Florida58,560 sq. miles Oregon285,580 sq. miles Alaska586,412 sq. miles Hawaii6,450 sq. miles

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820,742 square miles 827,192 - 6,450 D 100 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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At a hair salon, a stylist charges $ 26 for each haircut. If a stylist gave 63 haircuts, how much money did they collect? D 200 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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$ 1,638 $ 26 x 63 D 200 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Admission to a basketball tournament was $ 7 per person. If 347 people attended the tournament, how much money was collected? D 300 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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$ 2,429 347 x $ 7 D 300 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Laurie won 384 tennis matches during 8 years. If she won the same number of matches each year. How many matches did she win each year? D 400 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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48 matches each year. D 400 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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During the past 13 days, Troy drove 546 miles. He drove the same number of miles each day. How many miles did Troy drive each day? D 500 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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42 miles each day. 546 ÷ 13 = 42 D 500 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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A statue in Greece stands 42 feet tall. If a lighthouse in Alexandria, Egypt is 11 times as tall as the statue. About how tall is the lighthouse? E 100 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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440 feet Estimate 42 to 40, then multiply by 11. E 100 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Mr. Vale buys about 14.7 gallons of gasoline for his car each week. About how many gallons of gas does he buy in 4 weeks? E 200 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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60 gallons 14.7 gallons is estimated to 15 times 4 weeks E 200 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Gina drove with her family to her grandparents’ house. The family drove 363 miles the first day, 385 miles the second day, and 247 miles the third day. What is the best way to estimate the total number of miles Gina’s family drove? E 300 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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900 miles 363 = 360 385 = 390 247 = 250 900 E 300 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Mr. Lyons bought a computer that was on sale for $ 816. The regular price of the computer was $ 1,395. Which is the best way to determine about how much money Mr. Lyons saved when he bought the computer? E 400 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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$ 1,400 - $ 820 = $ 580 $ 1,395 = $ 1,400 $ 816 = $ 820 Subtract to find the estimated answer. E 400 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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There are 14 conference rooms at the Hilton Hotel. Each conference room has 12 large tables and 3 large television monitors. Which is the best estimate for the number of tables in the conference rooms? Less than 100 Between 100 – 200 Between 200 – 300 More than 300 E 500 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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Between 100 - 200 E 500 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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What are the factors of 18? F 100 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18 1 x 18 2 x 9 3 x 6 F 100 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Which set only contains composite numbers? A – 6, 9, 10, 11, 12 B – 6, 8, 10, 12, 18 C – 6, 7, 10, 12, 18 D – 6, 10, 14, 23, 25 F 200 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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6, 8, 10, 12, 18 F 200 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Which set contains only prime numbers? F – 3, 5, 9, 13 G – 2, 5, 11, 17 H – 5, 15, 19, 23 J – 7, 25, 29, 31 F 300 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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2, 5, 11, 17 F 300 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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If a whole number has a 0 in the ones place, what 4 factors will it always have? F 400 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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1, 2, 5, 10 F 400 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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Which of the following is a true statement about the number 1? a.One is a prime number because it only has 2 factors. b.One is neither prime nor composite because it only has 1 factor. c.One is a composite number because it is a factor of every number d. One is seldom a factor of other numbers. F 500 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer

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One is neither prime nor composite because it only has 1 factor. F 500 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board

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The Final Jeopardy Category is: Problem Solving Please record your wager. Click anywhere on the screen to begin

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Final Jeopardy Question: Sally and her mom went shopping. They noticed this sign in the window at Betty’s Bake Shop. Sally’s mom decided to purchase 3 dozen cookies. How could she determine the amount of money she saves when purchasing the cookies by the dozen instead of individually? Click on screen to continue

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Correct Final Jeopardy Response: Multiply 36 x 10¢ then compare the total to $ 3.00. The 36 represents the 36 cookies in 3 dozen. Click on screen to continue

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Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!

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