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Math Review Jeopardy Number SenseAlgebraic Thinking MeasurementData Analysis and Probability Geometry 10 20 30 40 50

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The number of members from each state in the House of Representatives is based on the population of that state. As of 2000, Florida had 25 members in the House of Representatives, while Alabama and Louisiana each had 7 members. Which expression could be used to find the total number of members in the House of Representatives from Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana? a. a. 25 x 7 c. 25 + (7 x 2)c. b. b. 25 + (7 x 7) d. 25 x (7 + 7)d.

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At Calvin Coolidge Elementary School, there are 145 students in the third grade, 202 students in the fourth grade, and 183 students in the fifth grade. How many students are there in the three grades altogether? a. a. 530 c. 556c. b. b. 541 d. 577d.

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Jorge painted three pictures. He used ½ of his paint for the first picture, ¼ of his paint for his second picture, and 1/10 of his paint for his third picture. Which operation should Jorge use to figure out how much paint he has used? a. a. subtraction c. additionc. b. b. division d. multiplicationd.

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Mr. Reynaldo pays $8.50 per hour to have someone babysit his children. If Gracie babysits the children for 5 hours, what amount, in dollars, will Mr. Reynaldo pay her? $42.50

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Which property states that the grouping of the numbers does NOT change the sum of an addition problem? a. a. distributive c. identityc. b. b. associative d. commutatived.

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Isabel has 27 rocks in her rock collection. If Mateo had 4 more rocks, he would have twice as many rocks in his collection as Isabel has in her collection. Use the equation below to find out how many rocks, r, Mateo has in his rock collection. r + 4 = 27 x 2 r = 50 rocks

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Look at the inequality shown below. n 6 Which of the following situations fits the inequality? a. a. Amy earns at least $6 every time she washes her parents car. b. b. Dale has less then 6 pages of his homework left to read. c. Julio has 6 model airplanes in his collection. c. d. d. Gretchen can have no more then 6 friends come to her sleepover.

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Tori is 4 years younger than Marcell. If m represents Marcells age in years, which expression could be used to find Toris age? a. a. m 4 c. 4 + mc. b. b. 4 - m d. m - 4d.

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Mr. Conrad has 10 posters hanging in his classroom. Mrs. Schroeder has 16 posters handing in her classroom. Mr. Huang has more posters hanging in in his classroom that Mr. Conrad but less than Mrs. Schroeder. If h represents the number of posters Mrs. Huang has hanging in his classroom, which inequality is true? a. a. h > 16 c. 16 = hc. b. b. 10 < h d. h < 10d.

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Look at the following pattern. 4, 5, 7, 10, 14, 19,… What is the next number in the pattern? 25

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Emma spent 4 hours, 15 minutes playing soccer on Sunday. How many minutes did Emma spend playing soccer? a. a. 175 c. 249c. b. b. 190 d. 255d. 1 hour = 60 minutes

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Donald ran 3 kilometers on Tuesday. He ran 1700 meters farther on Wednesday than he ran on Tuesday. How many meters did Donald run on Wednesday? 4.7m 1 kilometer = 1000 meters

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Brianna played a computer game for 18 minutes on Saturday and 35 minutes on Sunday. How many seconds longer did Brianna play the computer game on Sunday than on Saturday? 1,020 seconds 1 minute = 60 seconds

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Olivias uncle is in charge of setting up a new exhibit at the museum. The exhibit will require a rectangular section of the gallery and will have the dimensions that are shown in the following drawing. What will be the perimeter of the new exhibit? 62 ft Perimeter = the distance around a figure 9ft 22 ft

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Which of the following pictures shows an acute angle?

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Mr. Harrisons history class took a test that was worth 100 points. After he graded the tests, Mr. Harrison displayed the scores in the following stem-and-leaf plot. History Test Scores 5 6 7 6 7 1 3 4 7 9 8 0 2 5 5 7 9 9 0 1 1 2 5 7 10 0 How many students scored higher than 92 on the history test? 3 students

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Ms. King asked her students to read three books over the summer. The books are: Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Ryrie Brink, Number the Stars by Gary Soto. Ms. King told her students they could read the books in any order they chose. List all the different ways in which a student could read the three books. As you make your list, you may use the first letter of each book (C, N, and P). CNP, CPN, PNC, PCN, NCP, NPC

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Bess practiced her ballet routine every day this week. The following table shows the number of minutes Bess spent each day practicing her routine. Minutes of Ballet Practice Day Number of Minutes Sunday 35 Monday 26 Tuesday 28 Wednesday 20 Thursday 29 Friday 20 Saturday 31 What is the mean number of minutes that Bess spent practicing her ballet routine this week? 27 minutes

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Jill wants to survey her class to find out what job they would like to have when they grow up. Which question would be best for Jill to ask each of her classmates? a. a. Would you rather be a doctor, lawyer, or teacher when you grow up? b. b. If you could have any job when you grow up, what would it be? c. What job do you think would pay the most money? c. d. d. What jobs would you NOT want to do when you grow up?

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Morgan put 5 white, 3 black, and 7 red marbles into a bag If Morgan picks one marble out of the bag without looking, what is the probability that the marble will be white? a. a. 1/2 c. 1/5c. b. b. 1/3 d. 1/4d.

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How was the following figure transformed? a. a. 180° clockwise rotation around C c. Translation to the left and downc. b. b. Reflection over the x-axis d. Reflection over the y-axis andd. translation down y X C

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What type of lines are AC and EB in the following figure? A F E B D C a. a. parallel c. congruentc. b. b. perpendicular d. intersectingd.

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There are 12 girls and 17 boys in Chelseas class. One student will be chosen from the class to participate in the school play. What is the probability that a girl will be chosen? a. a. 5/17 c. 17/29c. b. b. 12/29 d. 12/17d.

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If the following figure were reflected over x, what would it look like? x

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DAILY DOUBLE Laetitia received the following score on the first four of five science tests. 88, 91, 92, 86 She needs to score a total of 450 points on all five science tests in order to receive a science award. Which expression shows how to find what Laetitia needs to score on the fifth test to receive an award? a. a. 450 - (88+91+92+86) b. b. 450 ÷ (88-91-92-86) c. 88+91+92+86-450 c. d. d. 88+91+92+86 x 450

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