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# Factors and multiples_american_football

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• 1. Rules for Factors/Multiples American Football
• The purpose of the American football game is to review material and to reinforce the concepts.
• Students will play in pairs.
• The first level is a 10 yard gain, second level is a 20 yard gain, third level is a 30 yard gain, and the
• final level is a 50 yard gain.
• Each player must answer each question.
• Game starts at 20 yard line.
• A football field is a total of 100 yards divided into 10 yards.
• Tossing a coin determines who goes first.
• How to Score:
• 1. 3 tries to get to a touch-down by getting 3 correct answers.
• 2. If a player misses an answer, opponent has a chance to intercept, change direction of the ball, and take control of the ball.
• Opponent must get answer correct
• If opponent misses answer, then play resumes again where ball was last
• 3. Ball moves depending on number of yards for the problem.
• 4. When a touch down occurs, then opponent begins ball at the 20 yard line.
• How to Intercept:
• 1. When player who has the ball misses the answer, and opponent answers it correctly. The opponent gets to take the yards.
• When Play Switches Over:
• 1. When player has done 3 turns.
• 2. After a player scores.
• 3. Play begins at 20 yard line.
• 2. American Football Factor Rainbows/Ladders Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Numbers/Divisibility Rules Prime Factorization/Least Common Multiple (LCM) 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50
• 3. A B C E D F O O O O O Use the diagram to find the measurement of angle BAF and explain how you found it. 35˚ Use a factor ladder or factor tree to find the GCF of 24 and 36 .
• 4.
• 5. Making a factor sandwich, find the factors of 36.
• 6. 30˚ Making a factor rainbow, write down the factors of 120 .
• 7. 45˚ 35˚ Find the value of n. Classify the triangle. Situation: You have 20 baseballs and 16 bats. You want to sell packages of baseballs and bats bundled together. What is the greatest number of packages you can sell with baseballs or bats?
• 8. 82˚ n
• 9. 65˚ 75˚ n˚ Find the value of n. Classify the triangle. What is the greatest common factor of 9, 18, and 72 ?
• 10. Classify the angle BAE List all the factors of each number. Then list the common factors. What is the GCF? 24 60
• 11. 12 15
• 12.
• 13. Complete the statement using All or Some . Which of the numbers 35, 84, 32, and 47 are odd numbers? _ rhombuses are squares.
• 14. Complete the statement using All or Some .
• __________ rectangles are rhombuses.
Which of the numbers 25 , 52 , 63 , and 57 are even numbers?
• 15.
• 16.
• 17. 4 cm 2 cm 2 cm
• 18.
• 19. A B C E D F O O O O O Use the diagram to find the measurement of angle DAE and explain how you found it. 35˚ What number has the prime factorization of 2*3 x 5*2
• 20. A B C E D F O O O O O Use the diagram to find the measurement of angle DAE and explain how you found it. 35˚ What number has the prime factorization of 2*3 x 3*2 ?
• 21. n
• 22.