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  • 1. By Mrs. Czajkowski The Solar System
  • 2. A Planets 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 B Misc. 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 C Area 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 D Volume 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
  • 3. A100 Answer: My Very Excellent Mother Just Sat Under Neptune (Please)! Question: What is the acronym that helps us remember the order of the planets?
  • 4. A200 Answer: Earth Question: What is the third planet from the sun?
  • 5. A300 Answer: Pluto Question: What planet can be considered a “dwarf” planet?
  • 6. A400 Answer: NO Question: Is the moon considered a planet?
  • 7. A500 Answer: Mars Question: Which is the second “m” planet in the order? (*hint- mom)
  • 8. A600 Answer: Mercury Question: Which planet is closest to the sun?
  • 9. A700 Answer: Jupiter Question: Which planet has contained a storm for the largest amount of time?
  • 10. A800 Answer: Jupiter Question: Which planet in the solar system is the largest?
  • 11. A900 Answer: JUPITER! Question: Which planet has the most moons?
  • 12. A1000 Answer: Mars Question: Which planet is known as the “red” planet?
  • 13. B100 Answer:The force of gravity Question: What makes planets round?
  • 14. B200 Answer: Pluto is not large enough to be made round by its own gravitational force Question: Why is Pluto no longer considered a planet?
  • 15. B300 Answer: A regular octagon has eight congruent sides. Its perimeter would be 64 centimeters. Question: What is the perimeter of a regular octagon that has a side that measures 8 centimeters?
  • 16. B400 Answer: Calculate the square root of the area to find the length of a side of the square. Multiply that length by four to find the perimeter! Question: Describe a method of finding the perimeter of a square if you know the area of the same square.
  • 17. B500 Answer: The length of the rectangle is 24 feet and the width is 12 feet. (Check: 24 + 12 + 24 + 12 = 72) Question: If the length of a rectangle measures twice the width, and the perimeter is 72 feet, find the dimensions of the rectangle.
  • 18. B600 Answer: Each side of the triangle measures 9 centimeters. Question: The perimeter of an equilateral triangle is 27 centimeters. Find the measure of each of its sides.
  • 19. B700 Answer: The perimeter of the triangle is 6 + 12 + 12 or 30 inches. Question: The base of an isosceles triangle measures 6 inches. If the measure of each of the congruent sides is twice the measure of the base, find the perimeter of the triangle.
  • 20. B800 Answer: The perimeter of the square is 4 times 6 or 24 inches. Question: The area of a square is 36 square inches. Find the perimeter of the square.
  • 21. B900 Answer: The perimeter is 3 + 4 + 3 + 4 or 14 yards. Question: A rectangle measures 9 feet by 12 feet. How many yards are in the perimeter of the rectangle?
  • 22. B1000 Answer: The perimeter of the trapezoid is 8+ 8 + 10 + 15 or 41 inches. Question: An isoceles trapezoid has bases that measure 10 inches and 15 inches. A side of the trapezoid measures 8 inches. Find the perimeter.
  • 23. C100 Answer: The area is 32 square centimeters. Question: Calculate the area of an isosceles right triangle that has legs measuring 8 centimeters.
  • 24. C200 Answer: The altitude measures 4 yards. Question: The area of a trapezoid is 24 square yards. The measures of the bases are 3 yards and 9 yards. Find the measure of the altitude.
  • 25. C300 Answer: The area is 90 times 90 or 8100 square feet. Question: A baseball diamond is a square measuring 90 feet on each side. What is the area of the infield (inside the diamond)?
  • 26. C400 Answer: 48 squares will fit into the rectangle. Question: How many 1” by 1” squares will fit into a rectangle that measures 4” by 12” ?
  • 27. C500 Answer: (Notice that one of the bases is measured in meters!!!) The area of the trapezoid is 780 square centimeters. Question: What is the area of a trapezoid that has a height of 12 centimeters and bases of 2 meters and 30 centimeters?
  • 28. C600 Answer: The kitchen floor is 15 square yards. It would cost $105 to cover the kitchen floor. Question: Linoleum costs $7 a square yard. Calculate the cost to cover a 9 foot by 15 foot kitchen floor.
  • 29. C700 Answer: The other leg of the triangle measures 12 inches. Question: The area of a right triangle is 84 square inches. If one leg measures 14 inches, find the measure of the other leg.
  • 30. C800 Answer: (The sides of the smaller square measure 7 meters.) The sides of the larger square must measure 14 meters! Question: The area of a small square is 49 square meters. A larger square has sides that are twice as long. What is the measure of one side of the larger square?
  • 31. C900 Answer: The area of the rectangle is 2 times 15 or 30 square inches. Question: Find the area of a rectangle that has a perimeter of 34 inches and a base of 15 inches.
  • 32. C1000 Answer: The rectangle has an area of 12 square yards. Question: The dimensions of a rectangle are 9 ft. by 12 ft. Find the number of sq. yds. in the area of the rectangle.
  • 33. D100 Answer: The volume of the cube is 216 cubic centimeters. Question: Find the volume of a cube that measures 6 centimeters on a side.
  • 34. D200 Answer: The volume is 54 times 8 which equals 432 cubic inches. Question: Find the volume of a rectangular prism that has a base area of 54 square inches and a height of 8 inches.
  • 35. D300 Answer: The volume of the cylinder is 235.5 cubic inches. Question: Find the volume of a cylinder whose base has a radius of 5 inches, and whose height measures 3 inches. (Use  = 3.14)
  • 36. D400 Answer: The volume of the prism is 214.2 cubic centimeters. Question: Find the volume of a rectangular prism that has a lenth of 8.5 cm, a width of 4.2 cm, and a height of 6 cm.
  • 37. D500 Answer: A cubic meter is equal to 1000 cubic centimeters. The liquid would weigh 2000 grams or 2 kilograms. Question: If one cubic centimeter of a liquid weighs 2 grams, how much does one cubic meter of the same liquid weigh?
  • 38. D600 Answer: The volume is equal to 28 cubic inches. Question: Find the volume of a pyramid that is 4 inches high, and has a rectangular base that is 6 inches long and 3.5 inches wide.
  • 39. D700 Answer: Cheop’s pyramid had a volume of 2,592,100 cubic meters. Question: The largest pyramid in the world was built around 2500 B.C. by Khufu, or Cheops, a king of ancient Egypt. The pyramid had a square base, 230 meters on each side, and a height of 147 meters. Find the volume of Cheop’s pyramid.
  • 40. D800 Answer: The volume is equal to 4410  . Question: What is the exact volume of a cylinder that has a 21 inch radius and a height of 10 inches?
  • 41. D900 Answer: The volume is equal to 98  . Question: A cone has a base that is 14 inches wide. The height of the cone is 6 inches. Find the exact volume of the cone.
  • 42. D1000 Answer: The volume is equal to 36,000  . Question: Find the exact volume of a sphere that has a radius of 30 cm.