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Jeopardy Fractions Measurement GeometryData Measurement Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

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$100 Question from H1 Carlie mixed one and one fourth can of red paint with one and one half cans of yellow paint. How many cans of orange paint did she make? A. 2 ½ cans B. 2 ¼ cans C. 2 ¾ cans D. 3 cans

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$100 Answer from H1 C. 2 ¾ cans

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$200 Question from H1 Christine shared ¼ of her cookies with her sister and had 12 cookies left. How many cookies did she start with? A. 4 B. 8 C. 12 D. 16

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$200 Answer from H1 D. 16

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$300 Question from H1 Maurice ate one and one-half candy bars and Thomas ate two and three-fourths candy bars out of a pack of five candy bars. How many candy bars are left? A. one-fourth B. one-half C. three-fourths D. one-eighth

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$300 Answer from H1 C. three-fourths

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$400 Question from H1 Elaine has one-third of a bowl of oranges, Mary Anne has four- sixths of a bowl of oranges. How many more bowls of oranges do they need to have 4 whole bowls of oranges? A.1 B.2 C.3 D.4

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$400 Answer from H1 C.3

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$500 Question from H1 Juanita decorated the wall of her room. She put up wall paper on 1/6 of the wall, and painted 4/12 of the wall blue. What part of the wall she can paint pink? A. 2 12 B. 3 12 C. 1 6 D.1 2

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$500 Answer from H1 D.1 2

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$100 Question from H2 Bills new bike is about 50 inches long. About how many centimeters is this? A. 127 centimeters B. 90 centimeters C. 20 centimeters D. 35 centimeters

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$100 Answer from H2 A. 127 centimeters

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$200 Question from H2 Henry carried a bag of sand that weighed about 15 kilograms. About how many pounds is this? A. 20 pounds B. 32 pounds C. 7 pounds D. 5 pounds

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$200 Answer from H2 B. 32 pounds

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$300 Question from H2 Bill traveled 40 miles. About how many kilometers is this? A. 21 km B. 41 km C. 52 km D. 62 km

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$300 Answer from H2 D. 62 km

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$400 Question from H2 The measurement to Sallys living room was about 10 yards. About how many meters is this? A.4 meters B.9 meters C.14 meters D.22 meters

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$400 Answer from H2 B.9 meters

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$500 Question from H2 Kim had a bucket that holds 30 liters of water. About how many quarts is this? A.12 quarts B. 24 quarts C. 31 quarts D. 98 Quarts

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$500 Answer from H2 C. 31 quarts

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$100 Question from H3 Holly says this is an isosceles triangle. Is she correct? A. No, because it does not have a right angle B. No, because the angles do not add up to 180 degrees C. Yes, because the angles do add up to be 180 degrees D. Yes, because opposite interior angles are equal.

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$100 Answer from H3 D. Yes, because opposite interior angles are equal.

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$200 Question from H3 How would these figures be described? A. hexagons and octagons B. pentagons and quadrilaterals C. parallelograms and octagons D. hexagons and pentagons

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$200 Answer from H3 D. hexagons and pentagons

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$300 Question from H3 The measurements of three of the four angles of this quadrilateral are shown on the figure. What is the measurement of the fourth angle? A. 95* B. 85* C. 180* D. 190* 95* 85*?

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$300 Answer from H3 B. 85*

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$400 Question from H3 29. Which of the following figures have diagonals that are perpendicular and form 90 degree angles? A. B. C. D.

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$400 Answer from H3 C.C.

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$500 Question from H3 Which of the following plane figures have quarter-turn rotational symmetry ? A. B. C. D.

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$500 Answer from H3 A.

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$100 Question from H4 40. What is the range of this set of scores? A. 23 B. 33 C. 43 D. 53

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$100 Answer from H4 B. 33

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$200 Question from H4 What would you have to do to find the median of the above set of data? A. Subtract the lowest number from the highest number B. Look for the number that occurs the most C. Find the number in the middle of the set of data D. Add up all the numbers and divide by the total numbers in the set of data

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$200 Answer from H4 C. Find the number in the middle of the set of data

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$300 Question from H4 How can you find the mode of the data on the bar graph? A. Look for the tallest bar B. Look for the middle sized bar C. Look at the shortest bar D. Look for two matching parts on the bar graph.

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$300 Answer from H4 A. Look for the tallest bar

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$400 Question from H4 Whats the difference in the range of data at Green Hill School from the range of data at Blue Ridge School? A. 20 B. 40 C. 60 D. 80

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$400 Answer from H4 B. 40

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$500 Question from H4 47. How many total students from each school participated in the surveys? A. 170 B. 250 C. 320 D. 490

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$500 Answer from H4 D. 490

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$100 Question from H5 Alana graphed the ordered pairs listed below: (1,3), (3,6), (5,9), (7,12)…. What would be the tenth ordered pair? A. (10,15) B. (12,18) C. (19,30) D. (24, 36)

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$100 Answer from H5 C. (19,30)

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$200 Question from H5 Haley travels 100 kilometers in one hour. At this rate, how long will it take her to travel 450 kilometers? A.45 hours B4.5 hours C45.0 hours D450 hours

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$200 Answer from H5 B4.5 hours

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$300 Question from H5 Marquise has $10.00 to buy enough fruit to make a fruit tray. If he spends $2.50 on strawberries, what other fruit will he be able to buy? A.1 basket of apples and 1 basket of peaches B. 1 basket of apples and 1 basket of pears C. 2 baskets of peaches D. 2 baskets of apples FruitCost Apples (1 basket) $3.50 Peaches (1 basket) $4.25 Pears (1 basket) $4.75 Strawberries (1 pt) $2.50

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$300 Answer from H5 D. 2 baskets of apples

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$400 Question from H5 Bob gave 15 pieces of gum to his friend and now he has 32 pieces of gum. Which equation shows how to find the number of pieces of gum Bob started with? Ax – 15 = 32 B15 + x = 32 C32 – x = 15 D32 + x = 15

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$400 Answer from H5 Ax – 15 = 32

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$500 Question from H5 Sam had 21 pieces of candy. His mother bought more candy. Sam now has less than 39 pieces of candy. At most, how many pieces of candy did his mother give him? Which equation would you use to solve this problem? A39 – x < 21 Bx + 39 > 21 Cx – 21 > 39 D21 + x < 39

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$500 Answer from H5 D21 + x < 39

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