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FINAL JEOPARDY C1 final 1.In which month is the avg. temp. about 70°? 2.About how many degrees warmer is it in Oswego in July than in April? 3.What is the average temperature for the month of July?

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C1 final 1.June degrees degrees

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Name three equivalent fractions for 3 $100 4

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61830 $

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$200 What is the sum of the following fractions:

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Subtract: 2 1 $

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4 4 5

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$400 Multiply:

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8 $400 15

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Divide: 6 3 $ ÷

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102 $

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$100 What is the perimeter of a rectangular room that has a length of 15 ft and a width of 22 ft?

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$ feet **You need the label to get the points!!

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$200 What is the area of a triangle if the base is 12cm and the height is 7cm?

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$200 42cm 2 **You need the label to get the points!!

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$300 What is the volume of a rectangular prism that has a height of 14 inches, a base of 11 inches and a width of 7inches?

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$300 1,078in. 2 **You need the label to get the points!!

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$400 What is the diameter of this circle? What is the circumference? 6cm

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$400 Diameter: 12cm Circumference: 12∏cm

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$500 On Friday night you called the local pizza place asking about the specials. The clerk told you that you could order a pizza with a diameter of 10in for $9.99 or two pizzas, each with a diameter of 6in, for the same price. Which is the better deal?

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$500 The larger pizza is the better deal. Area of 10in pizza = 78.54in 2 Area of two 6in pizzas = 56.55in 2

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$100 What is the probability of the spinner landing on orange or red?

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$200 What percentages are associated with the terms: likely, unlikely, impossible, certain, and equally likely?

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$200 Likely = >50% Unlikely = <50% Impossible = 0% Certain = 100% Equally Likely = 50%

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$300 What is the sample space for rolling a six-sided die and choosing a marble from a bag. The bag has 5 marbles (one blue, one green, one red, one purple, one orange)

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$300 1B1G1R1P1O 2B2G2R2P2O 3B3G3R3P3O 4B4G4R4P4O 5B5G5R5P5O 6B6G6R6P6O

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$400 You have a few options for dinner tonight. You can have chicken, spaghetti, or a hotdog. For sides you can have green beans, a roll, or some fruit. To drink, you can choose from water, milk, juice, or pop. Without making a tree diagram, find the total number of possible outcomes.

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$ possible outcomes

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$500 Draw a tree diagram to show all of the possible outcomes for spinning the spinner and flipping the coin. Make sure to include ALL fractions!! rp p g o o o g HT

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$500 RPGO H TH TH TH T

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$100 Draw an illustration of the four quadrants. Don’t forget to label!!

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$ x y

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$200 What quadrant would the point (-5,2) be found?

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$200 Quadrant 2

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$300 Which of the coordinates below would be found in Quadrant #3? (3,3) (-3,-3) (3,-3) (-3,3)

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$300 (-3,-3)

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$400 Quadrant #1: x coordinate is positive/negative? y coordinate is positive/negative? Quadrant #4: x coordinate is positive/negative? y coordinate is positive/negative?

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$400 Quadrant #1: x AND y are POSITIVE Quadrant #4: x is POSITIVE and y is NEGATIVE

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$500 If you start at the point (2,-5) and walk to the left 8 spaces, then up 10 spaces, then right 4 spaces, and then down 1 space, where do you end up? (Give the coordinate.)

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$500 (-2,4)

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$100 What is the absolute value of: 10-13

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$100 3

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$200 What property is this: 9 + (5 + 4) = 5 + (9 + 4)

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$200 The associative property of addition

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$300 Solve: 26 = 2x – 4

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$300 x = 15

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$400 Draw and label Venn Diagram to illustrate the following: There are 25 students in Miss Breier’s class. 11 say they like only Math. 9 say they only like Science. The rest of the students like both.

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$400 Math Science 1159

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$500 If there are 2 cups in a pint, 2 pints in a quart, 4 quarts in a gallon, and 8 ounces in every cup, how may ounces are there in 4 ½ gallons?

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$ ounces 16cups = 1gal 64 cups = 4gal 72 cups = 4 ½ gal 72 8 = 576.

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