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Welcome to Math Achievement Review.

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Fraction Food

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Combos

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Unlikely, Likely, or Certain

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Probability

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Misc

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Shapes

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Jeopardy Fraction Food Combos Unlikely, Likely, Certain Probability MiscShapes 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500

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$100 Question Fraction Food Mary ate ¾ of a pie. How much of the pie is left?

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$100 Answer Fraction Food 1/4

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$200 Question Fraction Food Paul ate 1/8 of a pizza. Greg ate 5/8 of the same pizza. How much of the pizza is left?

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$200 Answer Fraction Food 1/4

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$300 Question Fraction Food Beth wants to bake, but she does not have much sugar. One recipe for cookies uses ¾ cup of sugar. One recipe for bread uses ½ cup of sugar. She found two other recipes – one uses 2/3 cup and the other uses ¼ cup of sugar. Which is the least amount of sugar?

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$300 Answer Fraction Food ¼ cup of sugar

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$400 Question Fraction Food Tina baked cookies for a party. Out of those cookies, 2/3 are chocolate chip, 1/10 are oatmeal raisin, 1/5 are sugar, and 3/10 are peanut butter. Which kind of cookie does she have the most of?

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$400 Answer Fraction Food Chocolate Chip

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$500 Question Fraction Food Kyle is going to order a salad and a pizza. How many different combinations of one salad and one pizza are possible?Salad – Tossed, Caesar, Fruit, Greek, Pasta Pizza – Cheese and Mushroom

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$500 Answer Fraction Food 10

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$100 Question Combos Sheila has 12 different combinations of 1 scarf and 1 hat. Which is not a possibility for the numbers of scarves and hats Sheila could have 6 scarves and 2 hats 4 scarves and 3 hats or 5 scarves and 3 hats?

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$100 Answer Combos 5 scarves and 3 hats

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$200 Question Combos Eddie is packing for a trip. He packs 6 shirts and 4 pairs of shorts. How many different combinations of a shirt and a pair shorts can he make?

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$200 Answer Combos 24

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$300 Question Combos Gretel must choose an event and a time from the list below. How many possible combinations does she have? Event: Ring toss, Hula Hoop, Sack RaceTime: 9:00, 10:00, 11:00

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$300 Answer Combos 9 possible combinations

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Daily Double

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Daily Double Question Megan has 16 different combinations of 1 shirt and 1 skirt. Which is the possibility for the number of shirts and skirts? 3 shirts and 5 skirts, 4 shirts and 4 skirts, 8 shirts and 3 skirts?

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Daily Double Answer 4 shirts and 4 skirts

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$500 Question Combos Mike is choosing his dinner and drink. His dinner choices are hamburger, pizza, spaghetti, steak, and salad. His drink choices are milk, water, lemonade, Gatorade, iced tea, and Sprite. How many possible combinations does he have?

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$500 Answer Combos 30

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$100 Question Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Hillary has a bag containing 3 squares, 2 rectangles, and 4 rhombus. She chooses one shape from the bag without looking. What is the probability that the shape will be a quadrilateral?Impossible 0/9 Likely 7/9 Certain 9/9

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$100 Answer Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Certain

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$200 Question Unlikely, Likely, or Certain If you toss a number cube labeled 1- 6, how likely is it that you will toss a number greater than 4?

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$200 Answer Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Likely

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$300 Question Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Chantelle tosses a number cube labeled 1-6. What is the likelihood that she will toss a 7?

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$300 Answer Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Unlikely

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$400 Question Unlikely, Likely, or Certain There is a bag with 2 red blocks, 5 blue blocks, and 1 yellow block. What is the likelihood of a blue block being pulled?

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$400 Answer Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Likely

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$500 Question Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Emily tosses 2 numbered cubes both labeled 1-6. What is the likelihood that she will toss 3 3’s?

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$500 Answer Unlikely, Likely, or Certain Unlikely

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$100 Question Probability If you toss a number cube labeled 1- 6, what is the probability you will toss and odd number?

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$100 Answer Probability 1/2

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$200 Question Probability Mr. Stevens has a jar with 4 black marbles, 3 white marbles, and 2 red marbles. What is the probability that a white marble will be chosen next?

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$200 Answer Probability 3/8

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$300 Question Probability If you toss a number cube labeled 1- 6, what is the probability you will toss either a 2 or a 4?

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$300 Answer Probability 1/3

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$400 Question Probability Claude won the game he was playing with Zach and Greg. Zach and Greg want to spin one more time to see who will finish in second place. Zach needs a 3 to win. Greg needs a 5 to win. What is the probability that Zach will spin a 3? The spinner has 1, 2, 5, 3, 1, 5, 5, 4. 3/5, 3/8, or 1/8

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$400 Answer Probability 1/8

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$500 Question Probability Kiko tosses a coin 10 times. The coin lands heads up 7 times and tails up 3 times. Kiko says the next time he tosses the coin it will most likely show heads. Is Kiko correct or incorrect? Why?

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$500 Answer Probability Kiko is incorrect because there is always a 50:50 chance of landing on heads or tails

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$100 Question Misc The school gym has 8 tumbling mats on the wall. Miss Anderson, the gym teacher, used 4/8 of them for class. Which fraction has a value equal to 4/8?½, 2/6, 8/4

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$100 Answer Misc 1/2

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$200 Question Misc Which fraction is equivalent to 1/3? 1/6, 2/6, 4/6

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$200 Answer Misc 2/6

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$300 Question Misc In Week 1, the weeds in Sue’s garden were 3/8 inch high. In Week 2, the weeds had grown another 3/8 inch. How high were the weeds in Week 2?

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$300 Answer Misc 6/8 or ¾ inch

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$400 Question Misc In a two-person relay race, the first runner will run 1/5 of a mile. The second runner will then run 2/5 of a mile. How far will they run all together?

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$400 Answer Misc 3/5 mile

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$500 Question Misc Shirley recorded the distance she jogged for three weeks. Week 1 – ½ mile, Week 2 – 4/5 mile, Week 3 – ¾ mile Which week did she jog the least distance?

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$500 Answer Misc Week 1

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$100 Question Shapes What fraction is orange?

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$100 Answer Shapes 2/3

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$200 Question Shapes What fraction is green?

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$200 Answer Shapes 7/10

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$300 Question Shapes What fraction is purple?

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$300 Answer Shapes 7/15

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$400 Question Shapes What fraction is red?

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$400 Answer Shapes 1/2

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$500 Question Shapes What fraction is yellow?

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$500 Answer Shapes 1/4

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