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Unit 1 Review Game. SpringBoard Math. Please select a Team. 2. 1. Sponges Starfish Squids Crabs Plankton. 3. 5. 4. Which of the following statements is true about the value at point A on the number line below?. The absolute value is less than zero. The absolute value is less than 1

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### Unit 1 Review Game

SpringBoard Math

2.

1.

• Sponges

• Starfish

• Squids

• Crabs

• Plankton

3.

5.

4.

Which of the following statements is true about the value at point A on the number line below?

• The absolute value is less than zero.

• The absolute value is less than 1

• The absolute value is more than 5

• The absolute value is more than 2

The water temperature was point A on the number line below?86 degrees and the temperature decreased by 9degrees. Which of the following number sentences represents this change?

• 86+9

• -9 + 86

• 86 + (-9)

• 9 - 86

Which of the following statements explains why the sum of point A on the number line below?9 + (-9) is zero?

• Don spent \$9 at Coney Island and an additional \$9 at the roller rink the next day.

• Don was given \$9 for his birthday and spent \$9 at Walmart.

• Don received 9 dollars for baby-sitting and also received 9 dollars for cutting the grass.

• Don gave \$9 to a friend and paid \$9 for movie tickets and candy at the movies.

Team Scores point A on the number line below?

What expression does this number line represent? point A on the number line below?

• 11 + (-10)

• 11 + 10

• (-11) + 10

• (-11) + (-10)

Participant Scores point A on the number line below?

Which of the following represents the number line? point A on the number line below?

• a - b = 0

• a + b = 0

• a = b

• a/b = 0

Rewrite 15 – (-7) as an addition expression. point A on the number line below?

• 15 + (-7)

• (-15) + 7

• (-15) + (-7)

• 15 + 7

Team Scores point A on the number line below?

• -5 ¼

• -4 ¾

• -4 ½

• -5 ½

Participant Scores (- ½ ) + ¼

Which of the following expressions shows the associative property of addition?

• (3 +5.5) + 4 = 3 + (5.5 + 4)

• 46 + 0 = 46

• 46 * 9 + 10

• (10 + 9) = (9 +10)

What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question?

• 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%

Billy’s account had a balance of (-\$85.92). He deposited \$125.00, and then withdrew \$15.45. What is his new account balance?

• \$39.08

• \$23.63

• (-\$39.08)

• (-\$23.63)

Team Scores \$125.00, and then withdrew \$15.45. What is his new account balance?

Solve \$125.00, and then withdrew \$15.45. What is his new account balance? ¾ + 1/6 without a calculator

• 11/12

• 2/5

• 1/6

• 3/24

Team Scores \$125.00, and then withdrew \$15.45. What is his new account balance?

Participant Scores \$125.00, and then withdrew \$15.45. What is his new account balance?

When throwing paper airplanes, Cindy’s plane went 12 ¾ feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?

• 5 ¼ feet

• 29 ½ feet

• 4 ¾ feet

• 13 feet

Fastest Responders (in seconds) feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?

Sara and Steve went for a hike. They began at feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?an elevation of (-145) feet and they ended at an elevation of 205 feet. What was the change in elevation during their hike?

• 350 feet

• 60 feet

• 145 feet

• 205 feet

Team Scores feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?

Solve the problem represented on this number line. feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?

• 4

• (-9)

• 0

• (-5)

Evaluate the expression: feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?(- ¾ ) + ½

• 1 ¼

• ¼

• (- ¼ )

• (-1 ¼ )

Fastest Responders (in seconds) feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?

Evaluate the expression: feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?(-6.4) – (-3.52)

• (-2.88)

• (-9.92)

• 2.88

• 9.92

Team Scores feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?

What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question?

• 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%

Evaluate the following expression: wager on the next question? 5.5 + 0 – (-6.7) – 4.3

• (-5.5)

• 12.2

• (-11)

• 7.9

Participant Scores wager on the next question?

Fastest Responders (in seconds) wager on the next question?

Team MVP wager on the next question?

Team Scores wager on the next question?