# 5 th Grade Math Idea by Jennifer WagnerDesign By Cindy Robertson.

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5 th Grade Math Idea by Jennifer WagnerDesign By Cindy Robertson

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\$ 100 Question What is the answer to a division problem? addenddivisor quotientmultiple A.B. C.D. 50:50

\$ 100 Question What is the answer to a division problem? divisor quotient A.B. C.D. 50:50

\$ 200 Question What is the comparison of two numbers by division? percentratio A factoradding A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 200 Question What is the comparison of two numbers by division? percentratio A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 500 Question What are rules of divisibility? The ratio of a number to 100 A way to determine if an integer is a factor of a given number The product of two whole numbers The greatest factor that two or more numbers have in common A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 500 Question What are rules of divisibility? A way to determine if an integer is a factor of a given number The product of two whole numbers A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 1,000 Question What is a prime number? A whole number with More than two factors A decimal A number from 1-100 A whole number whose only two factors are 1 and itself A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 1,000 Question What is a prime number? A decimal A whole number whose only two factors are 1 and itself A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 2,000 Question What is a composite number? A whole number with only two factors A whole number with more than two factors The least common multiple The greatest common factor A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 2,000 Question What is a composite number? A whole number with only two factors A whole number with more than two factors A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 4,000 Question What is the distance around a circle? radius diameter circumference perimeter A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 4,000 Question What is the distance around a circle? circumferenceperimeter A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 8,000 Question What do we call a shape with two sets of parallel lines and four right angels? rectangletriangle parallelogramrhombus A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 8,000 Question What do we call a shape with two sets of parallel lines and four right angels? rectangle parallelogram A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 16,000 Question What type of triangle has sides of three different lengths? equilateralisosceles hypotenusescalene A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 16,000 Question What type of triangle has sides of three different lengths? equilateral scalene A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 32,000 Question What is an expression? Two or more fractions that name the same amount A part of a number sentence with numbers and operation signs but no equal sign A fraction whose numerator is less than its denominator An algebraic or numerical sentence that shows that two quantities are equal A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 32,000 Question What is an expression? Two or more fractions that name the same amount A part of a number sentence with numbers and operation signs but no equal sign A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 64,000 Question What are integers? All numbers including fractions Any whole number including positive numbers, negative numbers, and zero A mathematical relationship Between two numbers Numbers from 0 to infinity A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 64,000 Question What are integers? Any whole number including positive numbers, negative numbers, and zero Numbers from 0 to infinity A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 125,000 Question X + 5 is an example of A functionMultiplicative inverse An algebraic expressionThe order property A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 125,000 Question X + 5 is an example of An algebraic expressionThe order property A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 250,000 Question A display that shows groups of data arranged by place value is called…… HistogramRange Stem and leaf plotBar graph A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 250,000 Question A display that shows groups of data arranged by place value is called…… Histogram Stem and leaf plot A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 500,000 Question What is surface area? The amount of space A solid figure occupies The sum of the areas of the faces of a solid figure Length times width Length times width times height A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 500,000 Question What is surface area? The sum of the areas of the faces of a solid figure Length times width A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 1 Million Question What is absolute value? An expression that includes At least one variable The distance of any Integer from 0 The amount of space a Solid figure occupies a repeating pattern of closed figures that covers a surface with no gaps and no overlaps A.B. C. D. 50:50

\$ 1 Million Question What is absolute value? The distance of any Integer from 0 a repeating pattern of closed figures that covers a surface with no gaps and no overlaps A.B. C. D. 50:50

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