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Math Jeopardy Unit 6

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Math Jeopardy Unit 6

  1. 1. Hosted by Denton Laoshi MATH Jeopardy
  2. 2. 100 100 200 200 400 400 300 400 Remainders Angles and Grids Story Problems 300 300 300 200 400 200 100 100 Division
  3. 3. Row 1, Col 1 Solve: 325/5 65
  4. 4. 1,2 Write a division story problem where you need to round up the remainder. Include the following numbers: 145, 4 Examples Vary
  5. 5. 1,3 Draw a reflex angle, acute angle, straight angle and obtuse angle. Many Possible Examples
  6. 6. 1,4 Jonathan and Justin had a collection of 86 fuzzy turtle key rings. They had containers that could hold only 3 turtles. How many containers would they need to hold all of the fuzzy turtles? 29 containers
  7. 7. 2,1 Solve and write the answer as a mixed number (fraction): 430/8 53 6/8 or 53 ¾
  8. 8. 2,2 Divide and show the answer as a fraction. 232/7 33 1/7
  9. 9. 2,4 Draw a 45 degree angle named Angle YOU See Angle
  10. 10. 2,3 Danny and three friends shared the Cost of a fuzzy turtle named Frankie Moon. The turtle cost 58 dollars. How much money did they each spend? $14.50
  11. 11. 3,1 Solve: 299/13 23
  12. 12. 3,2 Write a problem story where you have to ignore the remainder. Answers Vary
  13. 13. 3,3 Measure the angle that I draw on to your whiteboard. Measure both the Interior angle and the reflex angle. 70 degrees and 290 degrees
  14. 14. 3,4 Write a problem story using the following number sentence: 504/9=56 33 1/7
  15. 15. 4,1 Solve. 585/26 22 R 13 or 22 13/26 or 22 ½
  16. 16. 4,2 What is a fuzzy turtle? Who Knows
  17. 17. 4,3 A- (1,2) B- (5, 3 ½) C- (0,5) Name each point on the grid below. A B C
  18. 18. 4,4 While surfing off the shores of Tasmania, May, Misha, and Matias discovered the world’s largest fuzzy turtle. (They named it Webster). The turtle was 258 cm long. They decided to divide it into 8 equal pieces. How long was each piece? 32 ¼ cm
  19. 19. 5,1 Solve: 588/24 24 ½ or 24 12/24 or 24 R 12
  20. 20. 5,2 Why is it important in word problems to think carefully about the remainder? Answers Vary
  21. 21. 5,3 Use a protractor to draw a 240 degree angle and then draw a separate 80 degree angle. See Boards
  22. 22. 5,4 Paige likes to eat fuzzy turtles. However, she has a very generous spirit. She is going to share 324 of her fuzzy turtles with everyone from 4TD. (not including Mr. Denton- he doesn’t Like to eat fuzzy turtles) How many fuzzy turtles will everyone get to eat? 324/18 = 18

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