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Jeopardymathmapgles

  1. 1. Math Jeopardy Review Activity
  2. 2. 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 10 Mixed Review Math Mania Fun with Numbers Marvelous Math Number Crazy
  3. 3. Write a number sentence for “what number added to two equals eight?”. Return to Question Board See Answer 10 points
  4. 4. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 10 points n + 2 = 8
  5. 5. Write thirteen plus five as an expression. Return to Question Board 20 points See Answer
  6. 6. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 20 points 13 + 5
  7. 7. Twelve students were playing soccer. At the end of the game, nine players were left. Write a number sentence using the soccer players. Return to Question Board 30 points See Answer
  8. 8. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 30 points 12 – 9 = 3
  9. 9. Write a multiplication sentence for the following picture:     Return to Question Board 40 points See Answer
  10. 10. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 40 points 3 x 4 = 12
  11. 11. Which amount is the best estimate for the sum of 29 and 19? Explain why. A.   40 B.  50 C.  100 D.  20   Return to Question Board 50 points See Answer
  12. 12. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 50 points B.  50 29 is almost 30, and 19 is almost 20, so 20 + 30 gives a sum of 50.
  13. 13. What shape do you get if the two shapes below are pushed together to have one common side? Return to Question Board 10 points See Answer
  14. 14. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 10 points Rectangle
  15. 15. Return to Question Board 20 points See Answer What time does the clock show?
  16. 16. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 20 points 1:15
  17. 17. How many faces are on the shape below? Return to Question Board 30 points See Answer
  18. 18. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 30 points 6 faces
  19. 19. If the pattern continues, what number would come next? 20, 15, 11, 8, 6, ___ Return to Question Board 40 points See Answer
  20. 20. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 40 points 2
  21. 21. You go to the store and buy two pencils for 35 cents each and a notebook for $1.89. You pay the cashier with a five dollar bill. How much change will you get back? Return to Question Board 50 points See Answer
  22. 22. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 50 points $2.41
  23. 23. Return to Question Board See Answer 10 points Using the digits below, make three different 3-digit numbers. Write them in order from least to greatest.   5, 2, 7
  24. 24. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 10 points Any three of the following—257, 275, 527, 572, 725, 752—written in order from least to greatest.  
  25. 25. Return to Question Board See Answer 20 points Which of the following problems show another way to write 37? A.   27 + 10 B.  10 + 10 + 10 + 3 + 4 C.  18 + 18 D.  50 – 13
  26. 26. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 20 points A.   27 + 10 B.  10 + 10 + 10 + 3 + 4 D.  50 – 13
  27. 27. Bob and Barbara are looking for a mystery number using the clues below. It is greater than 600. There is a 2 in the ones place. There is a 6 in the tens place. Write a three-digit number using the clues. Return to Question Board See Answer 30 points
  28. 28. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 30 points Answers may vary. Any of the following: 662, 762, 862, 962.
  29. 29. Using the numbers below, write a subtraction problem.   17  25   8   9   3 16 Return to Question Board See Answer 40 points
  30. 30. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 40 points 25 – 8 = 17 or 25 – 17 = 8 25 – 9 = 16 or 25 – 16 = 9 17 – 8 = 9 or 17 – 9 = 8
  31. 31. Mrs. Jones has nine chickens. She has placed eight eggs under each chicken to try to hatch some chicks. If all the eggs hatch, how many chicks will she have? Write a multiplication problem to help you find the answer. Return to Question Board See Answer 50 points
  32. 32. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 50 points 9 x 8 = 72 chicks or 8 x 9 = 72 chicks
  33. 33. Which of the following number sentences gives the same answer as 3 + 5?            A.  3 x 5          B.   5 / 3          C.   5 + 3          D.  5 – 3 Return to Question Board See Answer 10 points
  34. 34. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 10 points C.   5 + 3
  35. 35. Return to Question Board See Answer 20 points Fill in the blank to show the commutative property of addition.           8 + 4 = ____ + 8
  36. 36. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 20 points      8 + 4 = ___ + 8 4
  37. 37. Bob’s dog weighed 8 pounds when he got him last year. The dog now weighs 25 pounds. Write a sentence that describes how much weight the dog gained since last year. Return to Question Board See Answer 30 points
  38. 38. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 30 points Bob’s dog has gained 17 pounds since last year .
  39. 39. How would you mentally solve 290 + 310? Return to Question Board See Answer 40 points
  40. 40. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 40 points Strategies may vary. Example: I would take the 10 from 310 and add it to the 290 and have 300 + 300 to get 600.
  41. 41. Draw 12 shapes and circle  1/4 of the shapes. Return to Question Board See Answer 50 points
  42. 42. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 50 points
  43. 43. Which of the problems below will have an odd answer? A.   23 + 16 B.   14 + 12 + 18 C.  16 + 17 D.  9 + 9 + 9 Return to Question Board See Answer 10 points
  44. 44. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 10 points A.   23 + 16 C.  16 + 17 D.  9 + 9 + 9
  45. 45. If I have only 16 oranges, and I want a total of 20 oranges, how would I find out how many more I need? Return to Question Board 20 points See Answer
  46. 46. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 20 points Add 4 to 16, or, Take away 16 from 20.  
  47. 47. Which subtraction problem is related to 5 + 12 = 17? A.   12 + 5 = 17 B.  17 – 5 = 12 C.  17 – 17 = 0 D.  5 + 12 = 17 Return to Question Board 30 points See Answer
  48. 48. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 30 points B. 17 – 5 = 12
  49. 49. Sue and Sid are discussing how to solve the following problem:         “Allen wants to know how many quarters he can save in 12 weeks if he saves 8 quarters per week.”   Sue says that Allen can just do 12 x 8 to find out. Sid says Allen can add 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8. Who is right? Explain your answer. Return to Question Board See Answer 40 points
  50. 50. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 40 points They are both right. You get the same answer when you multiply 12 x 8 as you do when you add 8 twelve times. The answer is 96
  51. 51. Return to Question Board See Answer 50 points Raymond had 125 rabbits. He gave 36 away. About how many rabbits does he have left?
  52. 52. A N S W E R: Return to Question Board 50 points 130 – 40 = 90

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