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Factors &amp; GCF. Equivalent Fractions. Rules of Exponents. Negative &amp; 0 Exponents. Scientific Notation. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Final Jeopardy.

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1. Factors & GCF Equivalent Fractions Rules of Exponents Negative & 0 Exponents Scientific Notation 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Final Jeopardy

2. List the factors of the following monomial: 10x2y3z4 100 2 · 5 · x · x · y · y · y · z · z · z · z

3. Find the greatest common factor (GCF) of the monomials: 32xy, 20y2 200 4y

4. Find the GCF of the monomials: 16a2b3c4, 28ab4c3 300 4ab3c3

5. You work at a fruit stand. You are putting fruit baskets together. You have 30 oranges, 24 bananas, 42 apples, and 12 peaches. What is the greatest number of identical fruit baskets you can make if you use all the fruit? 400 6 fruit baskets

6. Find the GCF of the monomials: 65x2y2z2, 60xyz2, 98x2z3 500 xz2

7. Write the fraction in simplest form: 12 46 Is this fraction equivalent to: 24 92 100 6 23 ; yes

8. Write the fraction in simplest form. 135mn4 50n2 200 27mn2 10

9. Write the fraction below in simplest form: 36x5y342xy4 300 6x4 7y

10. Write the fraction in simplest form: 14a2b4c7 49ab6c3 400 2ac4 7b2

11. Write the fraction in simplest form: 32x2y2 64x5y5 1 1 2x3y3 500

12. Find the product. Write your answer using exponents. 54·53·52 100 59

13. Find the missing exponent. m? m9 = m15 200 24

14. Simplify. 18s5 · s2 15s4 300 6s3 5

15. DAILY DOUBLE!

16. Find the area of the rectangle: 6x3yz 7x2y3z2 400 42x5y4z3

17. Simplify. 10q2r·12q4t7 36r2t2·25q3r3 500 2q3t5 15r4

18. Find the product. Write your answer using only positive exponents. v-10·v6 100 1 v4

19. Write the expression without using a fraction bar. 42p6 r11 200 42p6r-11

20. Find the quotient. Write your answer using only positive exponents. 28w-41 35w-26 300 __4__ 5w15

21. Find the product. Write your answer using only positive exponents. 7b7c-10d0 · 9b-12c-5d5 400 63d5 b5c15

22. Without doing the calculations, determine which is greater, 14-2 or 214. Explain how you know your answer is correct. 500 214 > 14-2 because 214 > 1 and 14-2 < 1.

23. Write the following in scientific notation. 1) 545,360,000 2) 0.000003579 100 • 5.4536 x 108 • 3.579 x 10-6

24. Write the following in standard form. • 8.4574 x 108 • 2) 6.89 x 10-7 200 • 845,740,000 • 2) .000000689

25. Write the number in scientific notation. • Volume (in cubic kilometers) of water in Lake Superior: 12,100 • Approximate density (in grams per milliliter) of one nitrogen atom: 0.001251 300 • 1.21 x 104 • 2) 1.251 x 10-3

26. Order the numbers from least to greatest. 2.6 x 104, 3500, 9.2 x 104 400 3500, 2.6 x 104, 9.2 x 104

27. Find the product. Write your answer in scientific notation. (7.2 x 102)(3 x 105) 500 2.16 x 108

28. The Final Jeopardy Category is: Negative Exponents Please record your wager.

29. Find the value of n that makes the statement below true and explain how you found your answer. 23n+1 2-4 = 217 4; Subtract the exponents on the left-hand side to get 3n + 5. Then set 3n + 5 = 17 and solve for n.

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