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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 Geometry Angles and Lines Potpourri Bar Graphs and Circle Graphs Fractions, Decimals, Percent Triangles and Quadrilaterals

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This is the point that is in the interior of angle XYZ.

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What is Point W?

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These are the types of angles each of the above pictured angles are. (Hint: Choose acute, right or obtuse)

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What is an acute angle for Angle 1 and an obtuse angle for Angle 2?

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Jim lives on 1 st Street. His friend, Tom, lives on a street that is perpendicular to his street. This is the street Tom lives on.

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What is Maple Street?

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A B C D This is a name for an obtuse angle pictured in the drawing above.

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What is Angle BAC or Angle CAB?

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D F E G If Angle FEG above is 40 degrees, this is the measure of Angle FED above.

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What is 140 degrees? Explanation: The line that is pictured (line DEG) is 180 degrees. Since angle FEG is 40 degrees, you need to subtract 40 from 180 to get 140 degrees.

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Mr. Smith noticed that number of students in his art class was a perfect square. He had somewhere between 20 and 30 students in the class. This is the number of students he had in in his class.

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What is 25 students?

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Alexis drank 1 ¼ quarts of water after her soccer game on Friday and 1 ¾ quarts of water after her soccer game on Saturday. This is the total amount of water Alexis drank

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What is 3 quarts of water?

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The variable ‘p’ represents the number of colored pencils Mrs. Jones has in her classroom. She divides them evenly among 9 groups that are making art projects. This expression could be written to show how many colored pencils each group will get.

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What is p ÷ 9?

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Alice measured herself and said she was 49 inches tall. Joan measured herself and said she was 4 feet tall. This is the person who was taller and by how much.

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Who is Alice and by one inch?

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Joe got 22 out of 25 questions correct on a test. This is the percentage of the questions Joe got correct.

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What is 88%? Explanation: Remember that if you have a fraction with a denominator of 25, you can find the percentage by multiplying the numerator by 4.

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According to the bar graph above, this is the number of runners who completed the race under 7 seconds.

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What is 11 runners?

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How much more time did Shelly spend waiting at the bus stop during Week 1 than during Week 2? Choose the correct answer from the list below. A.Shelly waited the same amount of time in both weeks. B.Shelly waited 3 more minutes in Week 1. C.Shelly waited 6 more minutes in Week 1. D.Shelly waited 9 more minutes in Week 1.

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What is D. Shelly waited 9 more minutes in Week 1?

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According to the double bar graph, this is the grade that spent about twice as much time doing homework than watching television.

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What is Grade 6?

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The 5 th Grade had an election to vote for class president. Two hundred students voted and the results are shown in the circle graph. This is about how many students voted for Juno.

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What is 50 students? Explanation: The circle graph shows that ¼ of the students for Juno. If a total of 200 students voted, that means that 50 students voted for Juno.

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This is the type of music that the shaded section of the circle graph represents.

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What is Country Music?

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This is the portion of the rectangle above that is shaded, written as a decimal.

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What is 0.25?

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There are 12 trees in Bill’s backyard. 9/12 of them are apple trees. This is the number of trees that are not apple trees.

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What is 3 trees?

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A group of friends was comparing how each of them did on a science vocabulary test that had 20 questions. Tom said he got 4/5 of the questions correct. Jim said he got 3/4 of the questions correct. Bill said he got 7/10 of the questions correct. Jack said he got 15/20 of the questions correct. This is the person who got the highest number of questions correct.

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Who is Tom? Explanation: One way to solve this is to change all the fractions to percentages. Tom 4/5 correct = 80% Jim ¾ correct = 75% Bill 7/10 correct = 70% Jack 15/20 correct = 75%

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According to the recipe above, this is how many more cups of mix Pam needs to make waffles than she needs to make pancakes.

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What is ¼ cup of mix?

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Bob wanted to make 2 cakes. The recipe said he needed 1 ¾ cups of flour for each cake. When Bob got the flour out, he realized that he had exactly 3 cups of flour. Does Bob have enough flour to make both cakes? If not, this is how many more cups of flour Bob needs.

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What is He does not have enough; he needs another ½ cup of flour?

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50 o This is the measurement of the top angle in the drawing.

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What is 40 degrees ? Explanation: The sum of all the angles in any triangle is always 180 degrees. The drawing shows that one angle is 90 degrees and another is 50 degrees. The sum of those two angles is 140 degrees, so another 40 degrees is needed to get to 180 degrees.

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DF E Angle E in the picture is 30 degrees. Angles D and F are the same number of degrees. This is the measurement of Angle F.

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What is 75 degrees? Explanation: The sum of all the angles in any triangle is always 180 degrees. In the drawing the top angle is 30 degrees, which means the other two angles must total 150 degrees. Since both bottom angles are the same, you need to divide 150 by 2, so the answer is 75 degrees.

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This is the total number of degrees in the quadrilateral pictured above.

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What is 360 degrees?

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All the angles in the triangle in the picture are the same size. This is the degree measurement of each angle.

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What is 60 degrees? Explanation: The sum of all the angles in any triangle is 180 degrees. Since all three angles in the triangle are the same, you need to divide 180 by 3, so the answer is 60 degrees.

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The quadrilateral to the left was divided in half and shows two triangles. This is the total number of degrees in the quadrilateral.

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What is 360 degrees? Explanation: The sum of all of the angles in any quadrilateral is always 360 degrees. Another way to look at this question is to look at the two triangles. The sum of all the angles in any triangle is always 180 degrees. Since there are two triangles pictured in the quadrilateral, the two triangles together total 360 degrees as well.

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