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200 400 600 800 1,000 Using Commas Greater, Less, or Equal To Periods Math Vocabulary Miscellaneous 200 400 600 800 1,000

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Final Jeopardy

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Using Commas – 200 points Rewrite the number below so that commas are correctly included. 6790215 Answer

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Using Commas – 400 points Explain when it is necessary to include a comma when writing numbers. Answer

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Using Commas – 600 points Which number,495798 or 6113209 when written correctly should include 2 commas? Answer

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Using Commas – 800 points How many commas should be included when writing a number that goes up to the ten billions place? Answer

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Using Commas – 1,000 points Rewrite the number below so that commas are correctly included. 509864306217 Answer

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 200 points Greater than, less than, or equal to? 15,468 ____ 15,439 Answer

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 400 points Greater than, less than, or equal to? 794,263 ____ 794,623 Answer

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 600 points Put the following numbers in order from greatest to least… 50,980, 51,076, 50,452, 51,067 Answer

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 800 points Put the following numbers in order from least to greatest… 174,536 147,536 174,563 147,365 Answer

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 1,000 points Why is the number 7,834,012 greater than the number 7,830,512? Answer

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Periods – 200 points How many periods are in the number 361,872? Answer

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Periods – 400 points Write a number that contains only 1 period. Answer

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Periods – 600 points How many periods are in a number that goes up to the hundred millions place? Answer

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Periods – 800 points Write a number that contains 4 periods. Answer

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Periods – 1,000 points In what period is the digit 5 found in the number 437,205,346,871? Answer

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Math Vocabulary – 200 points What does it mean to find the value of a number? Answer

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Math Vocabulary – 400 points What does it mean to find the standard form of a number? Answer

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Math Vocabulary – 600 points What is the difference between finding the value and expanded form of a number? Answer

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Math Vocabulary – 800 points When a number is written in standard form, what is a period? Answer

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Math Vocabulary – 1,000 points We have learned a new term that also means “equal to.” What is this word? Answer

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Miscellaneous – 200 points In the number 6,347,092,185, what digit is in the ten millions place? Answer

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Miscellaneous – 400 points What is the standard form of three billion, six million, fifty one? Answer

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Miscellaneous – 600 points How much are the digits 6 and 8 worth in the number 561,832,504,136? Answer

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Miscellaneous – 800 points What is the following number written in standard form? 8 billions, 3 ten millions, 6 millions, 2 hundreds, 1 one Answer

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Miscellaneous – 1,000 points What place comes after the hundred billions place? Answer

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Final Jeopardy Question Name the place and value of the digit 3 in the number 403,997,615,280. Answer

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Using Commas – 200 points The number 6790215 should have been rewritten as 6,790,215.

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Using Commas – 400 points When writing numbers of four or more digits, you must use commas. To do so correctly, count three spaces to the left of the ones place to put the first comma. Continue placing commas after every three places that follow.

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Using Commas – 600 points The number 6,112,309 when written correctly contains two commas.

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Using Commas – 800 points Two commas should be included when writing a number that goes up to the ten billions place. For example… 45,906,345

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Using Commas – 1,000 points The number 509864306217 should have been rewritten as… 509,864,306,217.

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 200 points 15,468 > 15,439

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 400 points 794,263 < 794,623

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 600 points The correct order from greatest to least is… 51,076, 51,067, 50,980, and 50,452.

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 800 points The correct order from least to greatest is… 147,365, 147,536, 174,536, 174,563

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Greater, Less, or Equal To – 1,000 points 7,834,012 is greater than 7,830,012 because of the digits in the thousands place. The 4 in 7,834,012 is larger than the 0 in 7,830,512.

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Periods – 200 points 2 periods are in the number 361,872.

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Periods – 400 points An example of number that has only one period is 568.

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Periods – 600 points 3 periods are in a number that goes up to the hundred millions place.

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Periods – 800 points An example of a number that contains 4 periods is 500,000,000,000.

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Periods – 1,000 points The digit 5 in the number 437,205,346,871 is located in the 3 rd period.

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Math Vocabulary – 200 points The value of a number is how much that specific number is worth.

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Math Vocabulary – 400 points Standard form means writing a number numerically, or the way they are usually written.

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Math Vocabulary – 600 points When finding the value of a number, you must find how much a single digit is worth. When finding expanded form you must determine the value of ALL the digits of that number and add them together. Answer

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Math Vocabulary – 800 points A period is a number written in standard form that is separated into groups of three digits using commas.

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Math Vocabulary – 1,000 points The word is equivalent.

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Miscellaneous – 200 points In the number 6,347,092,185, the digit 4 is in the ten millions place.

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Miscellaneous – 400 points The standard form of three billion, six million, fifty one is… 3,006,000,051.

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Miscellaneous – 600 points The digits 6 and 8 in the number 561,832,504,136 are worth 60,000,000,000 and 800,000,000.

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Miscellaneous – 800 points The standard form of 8 billions, 3 ten millions, 6 millions, 2 hundreds, 1 one is… 8,036,000,201

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Miscellaneous – 1,000 points The place that comes after the hundred billions place is the trillions place.

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Final Jeopardy – Answer The place of the digit 3 is the billions place. The value of the digit 3 is 3,000,000,000.

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