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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?

C1 final 1.June 2. 20 degrees 3. 75 degrees

Name three equivalent fractions for 3 \$100 4

61830 \$100 82440

\$200 What is the sum of the following fractions: 5 + 8 6 12

\$200 1 2 1

Subtract: 2 1 \$300 - 42 35

4 4 5

\$400 Multiply: 12 4 156.

8 \$400 15

Divide: 6 3 \$500 1 5 2 7 ÷

102 \$500 115 1

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

\$100 74 feet **You need the label to get the points!!

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

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

\$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?

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

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

\$400 Diameter: 12cm Circumference: 12∏cm

\$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?

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

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

\$100 2 5

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

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

\$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)

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

\$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.

\$400 36 possible outcomes

\$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

\$500 RPGO H TH TH TH T 11111111 2 8 1 8 2 8 8 3 22222222 16 11 2 22233

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

\$100 21 34 x y

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

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

\$300 (-3,-3)

\$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?

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

\$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.)

\$500 (-2,4)

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

\$100 3

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

\$200 The associative property of addition

\$300 Solve: 26 = 2x – 4

\$300 x = 15

\$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.

\$400 Math Science 1159

\$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?

\$500 576 ounces 16cups = 1gal 64 cups = 4gal 72 cups = 4 ½ gal 72 8 = 576.

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