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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

Unit 1 Review Game

SpringBoard Math


Please select a team
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
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 9 9 is zero
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
Team Scores point A on the number line below?


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

  • 11 + (-10)

  • 11 + 10

  • (-11) + 10

  • (-11) + (-10)


Participant scores
Participant Scores point A on the number line below?


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

  • 15 + (-7)

  • (-15) + 7

  • (-15) + (-7)

  • 15 + 7


Team scores1
Team Scores point A on the number line below?



Participant scores1
Participant Scores (- ½ ) + ¼


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


Team scores2
Team Scores property of addition?


What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question
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 scores3
Team Scores $125.00, and then withdrew $15.45. What is his new account balance?


Solve 1 6 without a calculator
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 scores4
Team Scores $125.00, and then withdrew $15.45. What is his new account balance?


Participant scores2
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
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 scores5
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
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
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 seconds1
Fastest Responders (in seconds) feet and Elliott’s plane went 17 ½ feet. What is difference between the two planes?


Evaluate the expression 6 4 3 52
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 scores6
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 question1
What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question?

  • 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%


Evaluate the following expression 5 5 0 6 7 4 3
Evaluate the following expression: wager on the next question? 5.5 + 0 – (-6.7) – 4.3

  • (-5.5)

  • 12.2

  • (-11)

  • 7.9


Participant scores3
Participant Scores wager on the next question?


Fastest responders in seconds2
Fastest Responders (in seconds) wager on the next question?


Team mvp
Team MVP wager on the next question?


Team scores7
Team Scores wager on the next question?


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