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  1. Welcome to Mr. Brennan’sUltimate PSSA Challenge!

  2. I know that your teachers have been flooding you with preparation lately….

  3. So this should have been a SLAM DUNK for you!

  4. What is the radius of the circle? Here's what we said! __ students said: 8” __ students said: 4” Radius __ students said: 3.14” Diameter __ students said: 2” Radius is half of the Diameter

  5. What is the hypotenuse of right triangle XYZ? Here's what we said! __ students said: angle X __ students said: angle Z hypotenuse __ students said: side YZ __ students said: side XZ hypotenuse - the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle.

  6. On which day was there the greatest difference between the amounts of time Yao and Lu spent on their homework? Here's what we said! Even __ students said: Monday 1 __ students said: Tuesday 0.5 __ students said: Thursday 0.5 __ students said: Friday 0.5 the amount by which one quantity is greater or less than another. difference =

  7. What is the measurement of angle VUT? Here's what we said! __ students said: 75° __ students said: 105° __ students said: 110° obtuse angle __ students said: 80° vertex

  8. Which is the least common?multiple (LCM) of 9 and 12? Here's what we said! A.)108 __ students said: 108 B.)12 __ students said: 12 C.)3 __ students said: 3 D.)36 __ students said: 36 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54 the smallest quantity that is divisible by 2 or more given quantities with out a remainder least common multiple 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72 As you can see on this number line, the first time the multiples match up is 15.Answer: 15

  9. How many acute angles does the triangle have? Here's what we said! __ students said: 0 acute __ students said: 1 obtuse __ students said: 2 Angle EFD or Angle DFE Angle EDF or Angle FDE __ students said: 3 acute an angle with a measure between 0 degrees and 90 degrees acute angle -

  10. 7 * 4 = Which estimate is closest to 6.7 × 4.2 ? __ students said: 20 __ students said: 11  20 A 40 B  11 C  28 D 28 D __ students said: 40 __ students said: 28 Round off each number to the nearest whole number. Then multiply the two numbers.

  11. Name the labeled part of the circle at the right. Here's what we said! A.) Diameter B.) Chord __ students said: Diameter __ students said: Chord C.) Radius __ students said: Radius D.) Circumference __ students said: Circumference

  12. What is the value of t in the equation below? 16t = 144 Here's what we said! A.) 2,304 B.) 9 students said: 2,304 students said: 9 C.) 128 students said:128 D.) 8 students said:8 When the variable is next to the number  you MULTIPLY the two of them!

  13. If x = 8, then what is the value ofx (10 – x) ? 8 (10 – 8) A.) 16 B.) 88 C.) 72 D.) 10 __ students said: 16 __ students said: 88 __ students said: 72 __ students said: 10

  14. A student read 212 words in 4 minutes. How many words per minute did he read? A.) 53 B.) 208 C.) 52 D.) 216 __ students said: 53 __ students said: 208 __ students said: 52 __ students said: 216

  15. Jamal went on a bus trip that started at 10:46 a.m., and ended at 2:12 p.m. How long was the trip? A.) 4 hours and 34 minutes __ students said: A B.) 3 hours and 34 minutes __ students said: B __ students said: C C.) 4 hours and 26 minutes __ students said: D D.) 3 hours and 26 minutes

  16. Which list shows temperatures above and below freezing in order from the lowest temperature to the highest? A.) 109°F, 107°F, -66°F, -68°F, -105°F B.) -105°F, -68°F, -66°F, 107°F, 109°F __ students said: A __ students said: B C.) 109°F, 107°F, -105°F, -68°F, -66°F __ students said: C __ students said: D D.) -105°F, 107°F, 109°F, -66°F, -68°F

  17. We Hope That You Had Fun!Good Luck on the P.S.S.A.’s! Try your best! Remember, this is our SUPERBOWL! S S P A