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Jeopardy Math A Math B Math C Math D $100 $200 $300 $400

Jeopardy Math A Math B Math C Math D $100 $200 $300 $400

1 - $100 n Target sold 12, 570 i. Pods last year. To find

1 - $100 n Target sold 12, 570 i. Pods last year. To find out how many i. Pods were sold this year, the digit in the hundreds place was changed to a 2, the digit in the tens place was changed to a 8, and the digit in the ones place was changed to a 1. Were more i. Pods sold this year or last year? Compare the two numbers by placing a <, >, or = sign. n More i. Pods were sold last year. 12, 570 > 12, 281.

1 - $200 What number is missing from the expanded form of 6, 550,

1 - $200 What number is missing from the expanded form of 6, 550, 349? 6, 000 + 50, 000+ 300+40+9? n 500, 000

1 - $300 Which of the following is the word form of 52, 220,

1 - $300 Which of the following is the word form of 52, 220, 510? n A) fifty million, two hundred twenty thousand, ten n B) fifty two million, two hundred twenty thousand, five hundred and ten n C) fifty two million, two hundred twenty thousand ten n B n

1 - $400 Order these numbers from greatest to least. 52, 200 55, 202

1 - $400 Order these numbers from greatest to least. 52, 200 55, 202 52, 000 52, 222 n n 55, 202 52, 222 52, 200 52000

2 - $100 n Ms. Smith had 250 K-Cups in her coffee collection. Ms.

2 - $100 n Ms. Smith had 250 K-Cups in her coffee collection. Ms. Rankart gave her 75. On Friday, Ms. Smith gave away 35 K-Cups to her teacher friends. How many K-Cups does Ms. Smith have left? n 290 K-Cups

2 - $200 n Ms. Rankart had 235 Pokemon cards. Her mother took away

2 - $200 n Ms. Rankart had 235 Pokemon cards. Her mother took away 50 Pokemon cards, but then her sister gave her 25 back. How many Pokemon cards does Ms. Rankart have now? n Ms. Rankart has 210 Pokemon cards.

2 - $300 n n Mr. Alison decided to take his family to Disney

2 - $300 n n Mr. Alison decided to take his family to Disney World. He traveled 344 miles on the first day, 122 on the second day, and 76 miles on the third day. About how many miles did Mr. Alison and his family drive? 340 + 120 +80= Approximately 540 Miles

2 - $400 n Students from three elementary schools collected money for Jump Rope

2 - $400 n Students from three elementary schools collected money for Jump Rope for Heart. Sweet Apple collected $22, 563. Roswell North collected $14, 890. Hembree Springs collected $12, 982. How much money did the schools collect? n $50, 435

2 - $500 n The table represents how much money was raised by the

2 - $500 n The table represents how much money was raised by the SAE book fair in one hour. What is the most reasonable estimate for how much money was raised in all? A. 175 -220 B. 220 -255 C. 255 -270 D. More than 270 C. 255 -275 Grade Amount of Money K $37 1 $17 2 $67 3 $23 4 $78 5 $43

3 - $100 n n A restaurant sold 123 cheesecakes on Friday night and

3 - $100 n n A restaurant sold 123 cheesecakes on Friday night and 208 cheesecakes on Saturday night. About how many cheesecakes were sold all together? 300 or 320 cheesecakes were sold.

3 - $200 n What number a) rounds to 170, 000 when it is

3 - $200 n What number a) rounds to 170, 000 when it is rounded to the nearest ten thousand b) rounds to 178, 000 when rounded to the nearest thousand? A) 172, 515 n B) 179, 005 n C) 170, 235 n D) 177, 599 D-177, 599 n

3 - $300 n Use <, >, or = to make the expression true.

3 - $300 n Use <, >, or = to make the expression true. 1. 26, 678 ______ 27, 400 26, 678 < 27, 400 2. 73, 408 ______ 72, 576 73, 408 __>____ 72, 576

3 - $400 n Of the numbers below, which number is > than 5,

3 - $400 n Of the numbers below, which number is > than 5, 400, but < 7, 200? 5, 399 5, 350 6, 450 7, 250

3 - $500 n What is the value of the digit 4 in the

3 - $500 n What is the value of the digit 4 in the number 55, 640, 122? 40, 000

4 - $100 n Solve the problem: n 1059 567 + 492

4 - $100 n Solve the problem: n 1059 567 + 492

4 - $200 n Solve the problem 2, 342 -1, 235 1, 107

4 - $200 n Solve the problem 2, 342 -1, 235 1, 107