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Jeopardy

Word

Problems

With Whole Numbers

Grab Bag

Just Fractions

A Little of All

Q $100

Q $100

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Q $200

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Q $300

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Q $500

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Final Jeopardy

$100 Question from Just Fractions

When do I have to have a common denominator?

A – When adding only

B – When adding and subtracting

C – With all fraction operations

D – Never!

$100 Answer from H1

B – When adding and subtracting

$200 Answer from Just Fractions

A – 22/15

$300 Answer from Just Fractions

D – 2/35

$400 Question from Just Fractions

Find the quotient of 2/3 divided by 4/5.

A – 8/15

B – 6/8

C – 10/12

D – 8/12

$400 Answer from Just Fractions

C – 10/12

$500 Question from Just Fractions

When you multiply two regular fractions,

(not improper) what is something we

know about the answer?

$500 Answer from Just Fractions

- The answer will be less than both

the fractions you multiplied together

- The answer’s numerator is the product

of fractions’ numerators and the denominator is the product

of the fractions’ denominators!

$100 Question from With Whole Numbers

Find the sum of 2 ¾ + 3 ½

$200 Answer from With Whole Numbers

2 7/12

Because: 5 1/3 – 2 3/4 cannot

be done without borrowing or

turning them both to improper fractions!

$300 Question from With Whole Numbers

Find the product of 3 ½ and 2 ¼

$400 Question from With Whole Numbers

Divide 2/3 of a bag of candy among 5 classmates.

$400 Answer from With Whole Numbers

- 2/15 of a bag per person
- Because: 2/3 divided by 5 becomes…
- 2/3 x 1/5 = 2/15

$500 Question from With Whole Numbers

How would you divide 3 ¼ bags of popcorn among you and 2 friends?

$500 Answer from With Whole Numbers

Each person would get 1 1/12 a bag

Because: 3 ¼ bags divided by 3 people

becomes… 13/4 x 1/3 = 13/12 = 1 1/12

$100 Question from A Little of All

There are 32 students in Ms. Benton’s class. Of the students, 3/8 are boys. How many boys are in her class?

A – 6

B – 8

C – 12

D - 14

$200 Answer from A Little of All

1 11/12

Because: You have to borrow or change the fractions to improper fractions before subtracting

$300 Answer from A Little of All

4/5 + 5/8

Because: 4/5 + 5/8 = 1 17/40 (which is almost 1 ½)

and

4/7 + 5/9 = 1 8/63 (which is way less than 1 ½)

$400 Answer from A Little of All

N = 11/20

Because: N – 1/5 = 7/20 can change to…

?/20 – 4/20 = 7/20

And 11- 4 = 7!

$500 Question from A Little of All

Find the quotient of 1/3 divided by 4

by drawing a diagram or using a number line.

$100 Question from Word Problems

In the refrigerator, Tony found 3/4 of a pizza. He ate 1/6 of what was left. How much of the pizza did he eat?

A – 1/24

B – 1/8

C – 1/4

D – 1/3

$100 Answer from Word Problems

B – 1/8 of the pizza

Because: 1/6 of 3/4 means…

1/6 x 3/4 = 3/24 = 1/8

$200 Question from Word Problems

Mr. Stewart needs to make 3 apple pies for a bake sale. Each apple pie needs 2 ¼ cups of flour.

How much flour will he need in all?

$200 Answer from Word Problems

6 ¾ cups of flour is needed

Because: 3 x 2 ¼ = 3/1 x 9/4 = 27/4 = 6 ¾

$300 Question from Word Problems

Carletta bought 14 yards of string to make shoelaces for her basketball team. She estimates that it takes 2/5 a yard to make one shoelace. How many shoelaces can she make?

$300 Answer from Word Problems

35 shoelaces

Because: 14 divided by 2/5 becomes…

14/1 x 5/2 = 70/2 = 35

(Remember, Keep, Change, Change!)

$400 Question from Word Problems

The Comfy Couch Furniture store purchased 3 1/5 pages in the newspaper to advertise their upcoming sale. They then decided to cancel 1 7/10 pages. How many pages did they actually use?

$400 Answer from Word Problems

They used 1 ½ pages for advertising

Because: 3 1/5 – 1 7/10 cannot be done without first borrowing or changing to improper fractions

$500 Question from Word Problems

Sammy’s mother bought 4 1/3 pounds of strawberries to make smoothies. She estimates that she will need 1/9 pound of strawberries for each smoothie.

How many smoothies can she make?

$500 Answer from Word Problems

She can make 30 smoothies!

Because: 3 1/3 divided by 1/9 becomes…

10/3 x 9/1 = 90/3 = 30

$100 Answer from Grab Bag

Porter!

$200 Question from Grab Bag

What kind of animals is Mrs. Bartlett’s husband going to work with when he’s done with vet school?

Dogs, Fish, Cows or Cats

$300 Answer from Grab Bag

Sunflowers!

$400 Question from Grab Bag

At which incentive party last year did all your Team 4 teachers get to hang out?

KSU B-Ball Game, WOF, Party, Movie

$400 Answer from Grab Bag

The KSU women’s basketball game!

$500 Question from Grab Bag

What is Mrs. Bartlett’s favorite thing to do in her free time?

Read, Shop, Crafts, Spend time with Family

$500 Answer from Grab Bag

Spend time with her family!

Final Jeopardy

- Bryce made money over his winter vacation by shoveling snow in his neighborhood. One week he shoveled these days and times.
- Monday – 2 ½ hours
- Tuesday – 1 ¼ hours
- Wednesday - 2¾ hours
- Thursday – ¾ hours
- How many hours did he work for that week?
- If he makes $8 an hour, how much money will he have made?

Final Jeopardy Answer

- 7 ¼ hours (2 ½ + 1 ¼ + 2 ¾ + ¾)
- 2+1+2+0 = 5 ½ + ¼ + ¾ + ¾ = 2 ¼
- 5 + 2 ¼ = 7 ¼ hours
- B ) $58
- 7 ¼ x 8 = 29/4 x 8/1 = 232/4 = 58

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