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This is a power point game that I made for a math project. If you want me to make it downloadable please comment me. I'm thinking about it.

This is a power point game that I made for a math project. If you want me to make it downloadable please comment me. I'm thinking about it.

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  • Are You Smarter than a 6th Grader Rules
    • You are about to figure out if your smarter than a 6 th grader. If you aren’t, you’ll have to yell out, “I’m not smarter than a 6 th grader!”
    • How to play:
    • Pick the question you want from the game board.
    • Answer the question. If you get it right, you’ll continue on in the game. However if you get it wrong, remember the deal. You got to say it.
    • Note: This is a 2player game. One will act as the classmate and the other will be the student. In every question the student will write down the answer they think is correct and the classmate will answer the question. If you do not know the answer to the question you may drop out of 6 th grade, or use a cheat. The cheats are copy, and peek. A copy will let you copy the answer of a student, and a peek will let you look at the answer of your student. And the save lets you go with the student’s answer if you miss a question. There will be two or more questions for one pick.
    Click here to go to the 1 st board Click here to go to the 2 nd board Click here to go to the 3 rd board Click here to go to the 4 th board Click here to go to the 5 th board
  • 6 th grade exponents 6 th grade order of operations 6th grade metric system 6 th grade patterns 6 th grade estimating 6 th grade comparing and ordering Click here to go to the rules, or here to go to the next board Chapter 1 Board 1
  • 6 th grade variables and expressions 6 th grade tables and sequences 6 th grade equations and solutions 6 th grade addition equations Chapter 2 Board 2 Click here to go to the rules, or here to go to the next board Click here to go back to the last board
  • Chapter 3 Board 3 Click here to go to the rules, or here to go to the next board Click here to go back to the last board Converting fractions
  • Chapter 4 Board 4 Click here to go to the rules, or here to go to the next board Click here to go back to the last board 6 th grade divisibility rules 6 th grade factors 6 th grade prime factorizations 6 th grade greatest common factors 6 th grade decimals and fractions
  • Chapter 5 Board 5 Click here to go to the rules Click here to go back to the last board Least common multiple
  • Congratulations! You Have Now Proven That You Are Smarter Than A Sixth Grader! Click here if you wish to go back to the first board and start a new game Click here to go to the credits
  • Sorry, you dropped out. Now remember the deal? Say it! Sorry, you dropped out. Now remember the deal? Say it! Sorry, you dropped out. Now remember the deal? Say it! Sorry, you dropped out. Now remember the deal? Say it! Sorry, you dropped out. Now remember the deal? Say it! Click here if you wish to go back to the first board and start a new game
    • How many inches are there in a yard?
    • 2. James measured a table’s width. He said it was 72 inches, but his friend Bob said it was 6 feet long. Are they both correct?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • Which fraction is greater than 3/6?
    • 1/4
    • 3/8
    • 22/24
    • 1/3
    • List these fractions from greatest to least.
    • 5/6, 7/9, 2/8
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • Fill in the blanks of this sequence.
    • 1, 2, 4, 7, 11, , 22, ,37
    • 2. Find the next 3 numbers in this pattern.
    • 1, 3, 7, 15, 31…
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • Solve the problem. (4squared+4)+(2squared-1)=
    • Is 3cubed equal to 3x3?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • A school is collecting newspapers for 3 days. If the 1 st day they collect 34 pounds, the 2 nd day 37 pounds, and the last day 32 pounds, about how many pounds of newspaper did they collect?
    • What is 2,745,978,534 rounded to the nearest ten million?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • In this equation, which operation is done first?
    • (4+3)+6x2
    • 2. Are () done before exponents?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • In this equation what is the variable?
    • 4x+(2+5)
    • List all of the variables found below.
    • 1, x, y, 4, o, n, 5
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • Is the following sentence an equation or a problem?
    • 98+3x4=
    • Is the number 4 a solution in this problem?
    • 25-6x4=
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • What is the pattern in this sequence?
    • 1 2 2, 2 7 1, 6 3 6
    • The rule of this sequence is double the number before and add 1. What is the next number?
    • 1, 2, 5, 11, 23, 47
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • In this addition equation what is being added to 4? Define the number.
    • 4+(4x9)
    • 2. In the equation above is the number added to 4 greater or less than 30?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • Write 4/6 in simplest form.
    • In the problem 5/10+6/8, what is the first step?
    • To simplify 50/100 you will divide the numerator and the denominator by what number?
    • Knowing the GCF (greatest common factor) of the numerator and the denominator in a fraction will help you convert the fraction because…
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • What is the divisibility rule for 2?
    • 2. Is 315 divisible by 3? Why?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • List all the factors of 24.
    • What is the GCF (greatest common factor) of 20 and 15?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • What is the GCF (greatest common factor) of 27 and 81?
    • Is the GCF (greatest common factor) of 20 and 16, equal to 28, and 8?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • Is this a possible start of a tree diagram for the number 72?
    • What is the prime factorization for the number 15? Use the tree diagram to find the answer.
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board 72 9 8
  • Click here if you wish to go back to the first board and start a new game
    • What is 2/4 in decimal form?
    • Convert 3/4 to a decimal.
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board
    • What is the LCM (least common multiple) of 12 and 8?
    • Try the question above with the numbers 6 and 36.
    • Is the LCM (least common multiple) the same as the GCF (greatest common factor)?
    Click here if you do not know the answer and you would like to drop out of school, or click here if you answered all questions on all 5 boards Click here if you have answered both of these questions correctly, and would like to go back to the 1 st board