# Estimating Products of Fractions Multiplying Fractions Whole s

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Estimating Products of Fractions Multiplying Fractions, Whole #s, & Mixed #s Customary Unit Conversions Dividing Fractions & Mixed #s Hot Problems \$100 \$100 \$200 \$200 \$300 \$300 \$400 \$400 Final Jeopardy \$500

C 1 \$100 6 4/5 x 8 1/9

C 1? \$100 What is 56?

C 1 \$200 2 1/8 x 5/6

C 1 \$200 What is 2?

1/5 of 35 C 1 \$300

C 1 \$300 What is 7?

C 1 \$400 2/9 of 88

C 1 \$400 What is 20?

C 1 final The final Jeopardy answer is: 5/9 of my baseball cards are before 1992. The remaining baseball cards are after 1992. If I have 55 cards before 1992, how many do. Timer I have after 1992? ?

C 1 final What is 44 baseball cards?

C 2 \$100 1/5 x 7

C 2 \$100 What is 1 2/5?

C 2 \$200 3/7 x 8

C 2 \$200 What is 3 3/7?

C 2 \$300 3/5 x 5/7

C 2 \$300 What is 3/7?

C 2 \$400 3/4 x 2

C 2 \$400 What is 1 1/2?

C 2 \$500 Alberto rode 5/8 of the water rides at the water park. His sister, Reina, rode half of the rides that Alberto rode. What fraction of the water rides did Reina not ride?

C 2 \$500 What is 11/16?

C 3 \$100 30 in = ______ ft

C 3 \$100 What is 2. 5 ft?

C 3 \$200 6 ¼ ft = _______ in

C 3 \$200 What is 75 in?

C 3 \$300 _____ lb = 48 oz

C 3 \$300 What is 3 lb?

_____ oz = 7 lb C 3 \$400

C 3 \$400 What is 112 oz?

C 3 \$500 5. 5 yd = ______ ft

C 3 \$500 What is 16. 5 ft?

6 ÷ 2/3 C 4 \$100

C 4 \$100 What is 9?

C 4 \$200 2/5 ÷ 3/4

C 4 \$200 What is 8/15?

C 4 \$300 10 ÷ 5/6

C 4 \$300 What is 12?

C 4 \$400 3 3/4 ÷ 5 5/8

C 4 \$400 What is 2/3?

C 4 \$500 4 1/6 ÷ 10

C 4 \$500 What is 5/12?

C 5 \$100 By what fraction would you multiply by 8 4/5 so that your product is about 4?

C 5 \$100 What is 2/5, 3/7, or 4/9? (something that’s a little less than half)

C 5 \$200 Write a fraction times a whole number problem so that your product is between 5 and 7.

C 5 \$200 Answers may vary. (One example – 10 x 2/3)

C 5 \$300 Write a fraction times a fraction problem so that your product is between 2 and 4.

C 5 \$300 Answers may vary. One example – 15/2 x 1/2

C 5 \$400 Provide two positive fractions with a quotient of 4/5. (Neither fraction can be 4/5. )

C 5 \$400 Answers may vary? One example 1/5 divided by 1/4

C 5 \$500 Explain the steps involved with dividing mixed numbers.

C 5 \$500 (Provide sequential steps? )

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