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1 Statistical Sharpsh ters

2 HOW TO PLAY: Create a team of 3 or 4 players. For each question, each team member will be required to work out the answer. After a few moments, group members will be allowed to compare their answers and choose one final answer. Write your final answer on your final answer board. Remember to include any necessary labels!!! No Label = Incorrect

3 HOW TO PLAY: For each correct answer your team will earn either 1 point (free throw), 2 points (dunk), or 3 points (long range) If you answer correctly on the “Money Ball” shot, you will be allowed to shoot a shot at the hoop in order to double, triple, quadruple, or risk all of your total points. To get back to the question selection screen, click on the type of shot ball.

4 A B C D E F G H I J K L

5 Timothy is making several ice cream sundaes. He has 16 cherries, 24 ounces of whipped cream, 28 scoops of chocolate ice cream, and 20 scoops of vanilla ice cream. If each sundae needs to be exactly the same, how many ounces of whipped cream should Timothy place on each sundae? 6 ounces Long Range

6 Which of the statement below is not true? A) The GCF of 15 and 20 is 5 B) The GCF of 28 and 42 is 7 C) The LCM of 3 and 8 is 24 D) The LCM of 6 and 9 is 18 B Dunk

7 Joey recently went to Target. At Target Joey purchased a can of soup for $0.79, three t-shirts that cost $9.97 each, and a pack of pencils that were on clearance for 62¢. Joey handed the cashier all of his money. If the cashier gave Joey $4 back as his change, how much money did Joey have when he walked into Target? $35.32 Dunk

8 Henrietta purchased pounds of chicken to make dinner for her family reunion. The chicken she bought cost $3.89 per pound. How much did Henrietta pay for the chicken? $47.89 Free Throw

9 12 students Dunk

10 On December 12 th the temperature in Green Bay, Wisconsin was -6 ° F. On the same day the temperature in Miami, Florida was 62 ° F and the temperature in Buffalo, NY was 12 ° F. What was the difference in temperature between the Green Bay and Miami? 68 ° F. Dunk

11 Evaluate the expression below. |-12| - |9| 3 Dunk

12 Which list in the correct order from greatest to least? a)-8, -3, 0, 2, 15 b)|-25|, 8, 0, -4, -9 c)|-3|, -1, 13, 25, 29 d)25, 23, -4, |-1|, -8 B Free Throw

13 Carl is creating piles of Halloween candy on his bedroom floor. Carl can create equal piles of 9 pieces of candy or equal piles of 6 pieces of candy. Which total amount of candy is not possible?. a)18 pieces of candy b)36 pieces of candy c)45 pieces of candy d)54 pieces of candy C Free Throw

14 Which real-world situation listed below has an absolute value that is not the same as the others situation? A)A deposit of $18 B)A withdrawal of $18 C)The store sold 8 t-shirts D)18ft below sea level C Free Throw

15 10 Free Throw

16 The tortoise and the hare are having a race. The tortoise can complete a lap around the track in 10 minutes. The hare can complete a lap around the track in 4 minutes. If they start the race at the same time, how many laps will the hare have completed when they are both at the starting line at the same time again? 5 laps Dunk


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