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10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Vocabulary To Know Perimeter and Area Data Analysis and Probability MeasurementPotpourri

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This word describes the relationship of the two lines pictured below.

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What is perpendicular?

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This word means the number that is found most often in a set of data.

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What is mode?

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This set of numbers has exactly two factors – 1 and the number itself. The first 3 numbers in this set of numbers are 2, 3, and 5.

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What are prime numbers?

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This word is the name given to the number 4 in the expression below: 2 4

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What is the exponent?

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These four words are the words that mean add, subtract, multiply and divide. You must give the words in the proper order!

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What is sum, difference, product, and quotient?

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Sally wanted to put a fence around her back yard. Of the following measurements, this would be an appropriate measurement of the fencing she would need to buy. A.140 square yards B.140 yards C.140 cubic yards D.140 inches

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What is B. 140 yards?

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What is B. 3 x 5?

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The perimeter of the square to the left is 12 inches. This is the area of the same square.

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What is 9 square inches? Explanation: If the perimeter of the square is 12 inches, that means each side must be 3 inches long. If each side is 3 inches long, the area is found by multiplying the length and width together, so the area is 9 square inches.

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The window shown is divided into 9 smaller windowpanes that are all the same size. This is the perimeter of one of the 9 small windowpanes.

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What is 36 inches? Explanation: If the height of the entire window is 36 inches, the height of one of the 9 smaller windowpanes is 12 inches. The dimensions of a small windowpane then is 12 inches x 6 inches. A rectangle that is 12 x 6 has a perimeter of 36 inches.

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5 cm. 15 cm. Of the expressions given below, this one could be used to find the perimeter of the above figure: A.15 + 5 x 2 B.15 x 5 C.(5 + 15 ) x 2 D.15 + 5

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What is C. (5 + 15) x 2?

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Colleen recorded the temperature for several mornings at 9:00 a.m. She then put the information in the table below: Day Temperature Monday64 degrees Tuesday67 degrees Wednesday61 degrees Thursday59 degrees Friday67 degrees This is the median of the data Colleen recorded.

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What is 64 degrees? Explanation: Median is the middle number after the numbers have been put in order from least to greatest.

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Samantha picks a button without looking in the bag. This is the color she is least likely to pick.

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What is red?

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Mrs. Lambacher writes each letter of the word Leighton on a separate index card: O T HGI E LN She then puts all the cards in a bag and randomly pulls out one card. This is the probability, written as a fraction, that the card is a vowel.

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What is 3/8?

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Of the choices below, this is a reasonable prediction for the number of times the spinner will land on A. A. 3 B. 23 C. 53 D. 93

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What is B. 23 times? Explanation: The spinner is divided into five equal parts. According to theoretical probability, if the spinner is spun 100 times, it should land on each part 20 times. Of the four choices given, the number 23 is closest to 20.

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The frequency table below shows the number of cousins for 29 different students Number of Cousins Number of Students This statement below is true about the data in the frequency table. A.There is no mode. B.There is one mode. C.There are two modes. D.There are six modes.

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What is C. There are two modes? Explanation: If this data was written out, rather than put in a frequency table, there would be seven 1’s, five 2’s, seven 3’s, four 4’s, four 5’s and two 6’s. Mode means the data found most often in a set of data. Since there are seven 1’s and seven 3’s, there are two modes – 1 and 3.

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Barbara and Melanie had a contest to see who could toss a balloon the farthest. Barbara tossed hers 15 inches away and Melanie tossed hers 2 feet away. This is the person who tossed their balloon the farthest and how much farther they tossed it.

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Who is Melanie by 9 inches?

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A car weighs 1 ½ tons. This is how many pounds the car weighs.

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What is 3000 pounds? Explanation: Since 1 ton = 2000 pounds, 1 ½ tons = 3000 pounds.

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Sarah loves to read. Her goal was to read 10 hours in a seven day week. She kept track of the number of minutes she read each day. After six days, she had read 550 minutes. This is the number of minutes she needs to read on the seventh day to reach her goal.

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What is 50 minutes?

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Dana measured the line below and found it was 128 millimeters. This is the length of the same line in centimeters.

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What is 12.8 centimeters?

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Jim needed to find the perimeter of his table which is pictured below. 2 feet 3 feet This is the perimeter of the table expressed in inches.

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What is 120 inches?

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Of the following figures, this is the figure that would come next

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What is the Figure C?

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Adam found the same coat on sale at three different stores. All the stores have the same original price. The first store has the coat on sale for 30% off. The second store has the coat on sale for ¼ off. The third store has the coat on sale for 1/3 off. This is the store that has the coat for the lowest price.

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What is the third store?

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Tyler made the input-output table shown below: Input Output 3 10 5 16 6 19 10 31 Of the rules listed below, this is the rule that explains how to get the output number from the input number: A.Add 7 B.Add 1, multiply by 3 C.Multiply by 3, add 1 D.Multiply by 4, subtract 2

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What is C. Multiply by 3, add 1?

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14 – 6 x 2 + 1 This is the answer to the above expression.

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What is 3?

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A bike shop had 40 bicycles and 30 tricycles. This expression below could be used to find the total number of wheels in the bike shop. A.40 + 30 B.5 x (40 + 30) C.3 + 2 + 40 + 30 D.(2 x 40) + (3 x 30)

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What is D. (2 x 40) + (3 x 30)?

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