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## Welcome to Mr. Brennan’s Ultimate PSSA Challenge!

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**I know that your teachers have been flooding you with**preparation lately….**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**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.**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 =**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**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**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 -**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.**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**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!**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**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**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**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**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