Presentation on theme: "The Tiger or the Treasure? Play it safe with guaranteed treasure or pick a door to get more! But beware of the TIGER!"— Presentation transcript:
The Tiger or the Treasure? Play it safe with guaranteed treasure or pick a door to get more! But beware of the TIGER!
If I am reading a book with 364 pages and I read 14 pages each day, what is the number of days it will take me to finish the book ? 26 25
Question 2: There are 165 children at Field Day. The children are divided into 5 teams for a race. What is the number of children on each team? 33 50
Question 3: What is the best estimate of the quotient shown below? 68 / 431 About 6 150
Question 4: What is the quotient of 455 divided by 5? 91 10
Question 5: Mr. Hagar spent $184 for 23 tickets to the Houston Zoo. What is the price of one ticket? $8 100
Question 6: 183 children signed up for basketball. If each team will have about 9 players about how many teams will there be? About 20 15
Question 7: What is the answer to a division problem? Quotient 500
Question 8: The distance between Dallas and Amarillo is about 360 miles. How much time would it take a train traveling 40 miles per hour to go from one city to the next? 9 hours 5
Question 9: Which number is the divisor in the problem below? 78 /
Question 10: There are 130 students on 5D. At the assembly, they sit in rows of 7. What is the number of rows needed to seat all of the students in 5D?
Question 11: What is the quotient when dividing 839 by 4? 209 R3 40
Question 12: What is the remainder when 916 is divided by 9?
Question 13: What is the number of minutes in 540 seconds? *remember 60 seconds = 1 minute* 9 minutes 25
Question 14: The theater at DHS has 468 seats. There are 26 seats in each row. What is the number of rows in the theater?
Question 15: Ms. Bernstein can type about 52 words per minute. What is the best estimate of how long it would take her to type a letter containing 367 words? About 7 minutes 75
Question 16: Ms. Bernstein’s class visited the zoo. Each student was given $7 to spend on food and $6 to spend on souvenirs. The admission fee for the class was $105 and the entire trip cost $378. What is the number of students that went on the trip? 21 10