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JEOPARDY 4 th Grade Math Review

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Jeopardy Directions: Place the students in groups of four. Decide which group will go first and have that group pick a category on the game screen. Click on the point value for that category and a question screen will come up. Have the students work in groups to come up with an answer to the question. The group that picked the category gets the first chance to answer. If they get it correct they win the points. If they get it wrong, another team can answer the question correctly and win the points.

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Once the question has been answered correctly, click the mouse and you will see the answer screen. Click on the house at the bottom of the page to return to the game screen. The next group will now pick a category and a question value. After all the questions have been answered, click on the red dot at the bottom right of the game screen. This will take you to Final Jeopardy. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Enjoy the game!!!

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200 300 400 100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400 100 Number, Number Sense and Operations Measurement Geometry and Spatial Sense Patterns, Functions and Algebra Data Analysis and Probability

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Number, Number Sense and Operations 100 Deontre has two one-dollar bills, five quarters, three nickels, 6 dimes, and four pennies in his pocket. How much money does Deontre have?

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Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 100 Deontre has two one-dollar bills, five quarters, three nickels, 6 dimes, and four pennies in his pocket. How much money does Deontre have? He has $4.04

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Number, Number Sense and Operations 200 How can you solve 43 × 6 using the distributive property?

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Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 200 How can you solve 43 × 6 using the distributive property? (40 × 6) + (3 × 6)

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Number, Number Sense and Operations 300 Eli ate five-twelfths of his candy bar. Imani ate six-tenths of her candy bar. Both candy bars are the same size. Who has more of their candy bar left?

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Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 300 Eli ate five-twelfths of his candy bar. Imani ate six-tenths of her candy bar. Both candy bars are the same size. Who has more of their candy bar left? Eli has more of his candy bar left.

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Number, Number Sense and Operations 400 Mrs. Jackson has 7 dozen pencils. If her class uses 36 pencils, how many pencils does Mrs. Jackson have left?

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Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 400 Mrs. Jackson has 7 dozen pencils. If her class uses 36 pencils, how many pencils does Mrs. Jackson have left? She has 48 pencils

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Measurement 100 A football field is 100 yards in length. What is the length of a football field in feet?

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Answer to Measurement 100 A football field is 100 yards in length. What is the length of a football field in feet? 300 feet

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Measurement 200 A recipe calls for one quart of tomato sauce. Trinity has three cups of tomato sauce. Does she have enough?

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Answer to Measurement 200 A recipe calls for one quart of tomato sauce. Trinity has three cups of tomato sauce. Does she have enough? No she does not have enough. 4 cups = 1 quart

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Measurement 300 The shorter side of a rectangle measures 4 inches. The other side is double that length. What is the perimeter of the rectangle?

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Answer to Measurement 300 The shorter side of a rectangle measures 4 inches. The other side is double that length. What is the perimeter of the rectangle? 24 inches

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Measurement 400 Jerika wants to put a fence around her garden. The drawing shows the size of the garden. Fencing comes in one- foot lengths. How many lengths of fencing does Jerika need? 5 yards 9 yards

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Answer to Measurement 400 Jerika wants to put a fence around her garden. The drawing shows the size of the garden. Fencing comes in one- foot lengths. How many lengths of fencing does Jerika need? 84 feet

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Geometry and Spatial Sense 100 How do triangles and quadrilaterals differ?

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Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 100 How do triangles and quadrilaterals differ? Triangles have three sides and quadrilaterals have four sides.

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How are parallel lines and perpendicular lines different? Geometry and Spatial Sense 200

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Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 200 How are parallel lines and perpendicular lines different? Parallel lines never intersect, and perpendicular lines intersect to form right angles.

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Geometry and Spatial Sense 300 If Triangle A is classified as an obtuse triangle, what can be said about its angle measures?

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Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 300 If Triangle A is classified as an obtuse triangle, what can be said about its angle measures? One of the angles of the triangle is obtuse and the other two are acute.

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Geometry and Spatial Sense 400 Look at the set of triangles below. Which triangles appear to be scalene? 1 2 3 4 5

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Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 400 Look at the set of triangles below. Which triangles appear to be scalene? Triangles 1 and 4 are scalene. 1 2 3 4 5

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Patterns, Functions and Algebra 100 Describe the rule in this pattern. 1, 3, 9, 27, 81

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Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 100 Describe the rule in this pattern. 1, 3, 9, 27, 81 multiply by 3

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Patterns, Functions and Algebra 200 Montel had $10. He bought a book and received $5.88 in change. Write an equation that represents the cost of the book.

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Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 200 Montel had $10. He bought a book and received $5.88 in change. Write an equation that represents the cost of the book. $10 – c = $5.88 or $10 $5.88 = c

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Patterns, Functions and Algebra 300 Give a real-life example of an increase in one variable causing an increase in another variable.

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Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 300 Give a real-life example of an increase in one variable causing an increase in another variable. Answers will vary. For example: The more hours you work the more money you make. The longer you exercise, the more calories you burn.

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Patterns, Functions and Algebra 400 Ayan baby-sits to make money. The table shows how much money she makes per hour. How many hours will she have to baby-sit to make $72? Number of Hours Amount of Money 1$8 2$16 3$24 4$32

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Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 400 Ayan baby-sits to make money. The table shows how much money she makes per hour. How many hours will she have to baby-sit to make $72? She will have to baby-sit 9 hours. 9 hours × $8 = $72

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Data Analysis and Probability 100 The median number of pets owned by students in Room 9 is 3. What does the median represent?

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Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 100 The median number of pets owned by students in Room 9 is 3. What does the median represent? The median is the middle value. Half of the class has 3 pets or less; half of the class has 3 pets or more.

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Data Analysis and Probability 200 You are having a piece of fruit and a drink for snack. You can choose from a banana, an apple, and an orange. You can choose milk, juice, or water. How many possible combinations can you make with a piece of fruit and a drink?

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Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 200 You are having a piece of fruit and a drink for snack. You can choose from a banana, an apple, and an orange. You can choose milk, juice, or water. How many possible combinations can you make with a piece of fruit and a drink? There are 9 combinations

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Data Analysis and Probability 300 Seven out of ten people caught fish at Sunrise Lake. Nine out of twenty people caught fish at Morning Sun Pond. Where do you have a better chance of catching fish?

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Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 300 Seven out of ten people caught fish at Sunrise Lake. Nine out of twenty people caught fish at Morning Sun Pond. Where do you have a better chance of catching fish? Sunrise Lake

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Data Analysis and Probability 400 The fourth graders are ordering new math notebooks. They recorded the colors of notebooks they wanted. The principal orders the three absent students red notebooks. How many notebooks does the principal need to order in all? Notebook Order Color of Notebook Number of Students Red Yellow Green Blue Key: = 6 students

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Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 400 The fourth graders are ordering new math notebooks. They recorded the colors of notebooks they wanted. The principal orders the three absent students red notebooks. How many notebooks does the principal need to order in all? The principal needs to order 81 notebooks in all. She needs to order 78 notebooks for the students who were present (13 symbols, each representing 6 students) and three additional notebooks for the absent students. 78 + 3 = 81 notebooks

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Final Jeopardy Question Kairell has 30 doughnuts to package for the school bake sale. He can package them in packs of 2 or packs of 5. List three different ways he can package the doughnuts.

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Answer to Final Jeopardy Kairell has 30 doughnuts to package for the school bake sale. He can package them in packs of 2 or packs of 5. List three different ways he can package the doughnuts. Answers can include 15 packs of 2, 6 packs of 5, 10 packs of 2 and 2 packs of 5, etc.

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