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\$100 \$400 \$300 \$200 \$400 \$200 \$100\$100 \$400 \$200\$200 \$500\$500 \$300 \$200 \$500 \$100 \$300 \$100 \$300 \$500 \$300 \$400\$400 \$500

GRAPHS

GEOMETRY

HODGE PODGE

WHOLE NUMBERS

MULTIPLYING

GraphsGeometry HODGE PODGE WHOLE NUMBERS MULTIPLY- ING \$100 \$300 \$200 \$400 \$500 \$

Graphs - \$100 THE ANSWER THAT APPEARS THE MOST

Graphs - \$200 THE PART OF THE STEM AND LEAF PLOT THAT REPRESENTS THE TENS

Graphs - \$300 THE NUMBER IN THE MIDDLE WHEN DATA IS ORDERED (FROM LEAST TO GREATEST)

Graphs - \$400 THE GREATEST NUMBER MINUS THE SMALLEST NUMBER

Graphs - \$500 THE TERM HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL IS GIVEN TO THIS PART OF THE GRAPH

Geometry - \$100 A POLYGON WITH TWO SETS OF PARALLEL LINES AND RIGHT ANGLES

Geometry - \$200 TWO TIMES THE LENGTH PLUS TWO TIMES THE WIDTH

Geometry - \$300 A GEOMETRIC FIGURE WITH FIVE SIDES

Geometry - \$400 THE BOTTOM OF A POLYGON OR SOLID

Geometry - \$500 A FIGURE THAT IS THE SAME SHAPE AND SAME SIZE

Hodge Podge - \$100 A GRAPHICAL DISPLAY OF A SET OF DATA WHERE EACH SEPARATE PIECE OF DATA IS SHOWN AS A DOT OR MARK ABOVE A NUMBER LINE

Hodge Podge - \$200 WHERE TWO SURFACES JOIN (INTERSECT)

Hodge Podge - \$300 A WHOLE NUMBER GREATER THAN 1 THAT CAN BE DIVIDED EXACTLY (WITH NO REMAINDER) ONLY BY ITSELF AND 1

Hodge Podge - \$400 TO MAKE AN APPROXIMATE OR ROUGH CALCULATION, OFTEN BASED ON ROUNDING OFF

Hodge Podge - \$500 THE NUMBER FOUND WHEN THE SUM OF TWO OR MORE NUMBERS IS DIVIDED BY THE NUMBER OF ADDENDS. ALSO CALLED THE MEAN.

Whole Numbers - \$100 A SOLID FIGURE WHOSE FACES ARE ALL SQUARES

Whole Numbers - \$200 230,136,986 (FORM)

Whole Numbers - \$300 THREE WAYS TO WRITE NUMBERS

Whole Numbers - \$400 A NUMBER THAT TELLS HOW MANY TIME ANOTHER NUMBER IS USED AS A FACTOR

Whole Numbers - \$500 HOW MANY 10,000’S MAKE 100,000?

Multiplying - \$100 WHEN THE GROUPING OF ADDENDS OR FACTORS IS CHANGED, THE SUM OR PRODUCTS STAYS THE SAME

Multiplying - \$200 LCM

Multiplying - \$300 THE LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE OF 8 AND 12

Multiplying - \$400 38 X 1,000

Multiplying - \$500 NUMBERS THAT ARE EASY TO WORK WITH MENTALLY

Graphs - \$100 WHAT IS THE MODE? \$

Graphs - \$200 WHAT IS THE STEM? \$

Graphs - \$300 WHAT IS THE MEDIAN? \$

Graphs - \$400 WHAT IS THE RANGE? \$

Graphs - \$500 WHAT IS THE AXIS? \$

Geometry - \$100 WHAT IS A SQUARE? \$

Geometry - \$200 WHAT IS PERIMETER? \$

Geometry - \$300 WHAT IS THE PENTAGON? \$

Geometry - \$400 WHAT IS A BASE? \$

Geometry - \$500 WHAT IS CONGRUENT? \$

Hodge Podge - \$100 WHAT IS A LINE PLOT? \$

Hodge Podge - \$200 WHAT IS AN EDGE? \$

Hodge Podge - \$300 WHAT IS A PRIME NUMBER? \$

Hodge Podge - \$400 WHAT IS TO ESTIMATE? \$

Hodge Podge - \$500 WHAT IS THE AVERAGE? \$

Whole Numbers - \$100 WHAT IS A CUBE? \$

Whole Numbers - \$200 WHAT IS STANDARD FORM? \$

Whole Numbers - \$300 WHAT IS STANDARD FORM EXPANDED FORM AND WORD FORM? \$

Whole Numbers - \$400 WHAT IS AN EXPONENT? \$

Whole Numbers - \$500 WHAT IS 10? \$

Multiplying - \$100 WHAT IS ASSOCIATIVE PROPERTY? \$

Multiplying - \$200 WHAT IS LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE? \$

Multiplying - \$300 WHAT IS 24? \$

Multiplying - \$400 WHAT IS 38,000? \$

Multiplying - \$500 WHAT IS COMPATIBLE NUMBERS? \$

PROBLEM OF THE DAY \$

FINAL CATEGORY THE NUMBERS 1, 3, 6, AND 10 ARE TRIANGULAR NUMBERS. NAME THE NEXT THREE TRIANGULAR NUMBERS THAT EXTEND THE PATTERN. \$

WHAT IS 15, 21, AND 28? FINAL CATEGORY \$

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