THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. PISD. Jeopardy. Read Place Value Numbers 1. Read Place Value Numbers 2. Compare and Order Numbers 1. Compare and Order Numbers 2. Value of Coins and Bills 1. Value of Coins and Bills 2. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200.

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Jeopardy Read Place Value Numbers 1 Read Place Value Numbers 2 Compare and Order Numbers 1 Compare and Order Numbers 2 Value of Coins and Bills 1 Value of Coins and Bills 2 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

B 53,013 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board A 100

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer • How is the numeral 620,504 written in words? • Sixty-two thousand, five hundred four • Six hundred twenty thousand, five hundred forty • Six thousand, two hundred fifty-four • Six hundred twenty thousand, five hundred four A 200

D Six hundred twenty thousand, five hundred four Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board A 200

A 656,062 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board A 300

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer • How is the number 500,050 read? • Fifty thousand and five • Five hundred thousand fifty • Five million five hundred • Five thousand fifty A 400

B Five hundred thousand fifty Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board A 400

9,731 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board B 100

“I am an odd number with 5 digits. My digit in the tens place is even. If the order of my digits is reversed, I am still the same number. What number can I be? • 32,623 • 51,415 • 24,613 • 30,663 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer B 200

32,623 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board B 200

B 547 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board B 300

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer • I am a number with 4 digits. My tens digit is even. My thousands digit is odd. The sum of my digits is 12. What number can I be? • 1027 • 3546 • 5241 • 6231 B 400

C 5241 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board B 400

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer • Nick wrote a number with a 0 in the tens thousands place, a 5 in the ones place, and a 7 in the hundreds place. What number could Nick have written? • 506,729 • 057,629 • 602,795 • 650,927 B 500

602,795 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board B 500

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer • The table below shows the number of each kind of book in a library. The library had more than 233 but less than 239 of which kind of book? • Mystery • Travel • Animal • Sports C 100

Mystery Books Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board C 100

C 9,499 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board C 200

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer • The table below shows the number of pancakes served at a restaurant during a four-month period. In which of these months did the restaurant serve the least number of pancakes? • January C. March • February D. April C 300

February 4,589 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board C 300

D 2,372 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board C 400

279 293 306 319 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer What number could go in the box? A 278 B 320 C 291 D 296 C 500

D 296 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board C 500

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer Anita was making a chart of Texas rivers for geography and gathered the information shown in the table. In order from longest to shortest, how should she arrange these rivers on her final chart? D 100

Rio Grande Brazos Colorado Sabine Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board D 100

Every few minutes Mack asked how many miles the family had traveled on their trip. Which numbers are in the order he would have heard them? • 342, 350, 359, 365 • 599, 589, 578, 565 • 288, 281, 297, 261, • 241, 259, 269, 260 Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer D 200

342, 350, 359, 365 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board D 200

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer • Jessica was traveling by car from Dallas to Houston. From time to time, she would see a sign giving the miles to Houston. Which numbers are in the order she would have seen them? • 250, 150, 200, 190 • 125, 200, 310, 400 • 425, 380, 300, 150 • 300, 250, 100, 150 D 300

425, 380, 300, 150 Lower numbers – you are getting closer to Houston Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board D 300

D 385 Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board D 400

During a tennis tournament, Pete hit a serve at 116 miles per hour. Andre hit a serve at 109 miles per hour. Which of the following players hit a serve slower than Pete, but faster than Andre? • Tom – 110 miles per hour • Ed – 108 miles per hour • James – 107 miles per hour • Mark – 117 miles per hour Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer D 500

Tom – 110 miles per hour Click anywhere on this slide, after you see the answer to return to Jeopardy Game Board D 500

Click the in the bottom left corner to reveal the answer Harry has a quarter and 4 nickels in his pocket. Brian has different coins equaling the same amount of money. What coins might Brian have? E 300