# Jeopardy Start Patterns Place Value Rounding Ordering Comparing

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Jeopardy Start

Patterns Place Value Rounding Ordering/ Comparing 10 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 40 40 40 Final Jeopardy Question

8 What is the next number in this pattern? 2, 4, 6, Back to the Game Board 10 Point Question

111 What is the next number in this pattern? 120, 117, 114 Back to the Game Board 20 Point Question

9016 What is the next number in this pattern? 9004, 9008, 9012 Back to the Game Board 30 Point Question

6015 What is the next number in this pattern? 6003, 6007, 6011 Back to the Game Board 40 Point Question

Ones What is the place value of the underlined digit? 52 Back to the Game Board 10 Point Question

Hundreds What is the place value of the underlined digit? 654 Back to the Game Board 20 Point Question

Ten Thousands What is the place value of the underlined digit? 25, 854 Back to the Game Board 30 Point Question

Hundred Thousand What is the place value of the underlined digit? 526, 856 Back to the Game Board 40 Point Question

10 What is the value of the underlined digit? 15 Back to the Game Board 10 Point Question

800 What is the value of the underlined digit? 1, 802 Back to the Game Board 20 Point Question

4, 000 What is the value of the underlined digit? 54, 890 Back to the Game Board 30 Point Question

500, 000 What is the value of the underlined digit? 500, 652 Back to the Game Board 40 Point Question

60 Round this number to the nearest ten. 62 Back to the Game Board 10 Point Question

500 Round this number to the nearest hundred. 549 Back to the Game Board 20 Point Question

60, 000 Round this number to the nearest ten thousand. 56, 965 Back to the Game Board 30 Point Question

600, 000 Round this number to the nearest hundred thousand. 589, 254 Back to the Game Board 40 Point Question

77, 73, 71 Put these in order from greatest to least. 73, 77, 71 Back to the Game Board 10 Point Question

712, 2721 Put these in order from least to greatest. 2, 712 2, 721 712 Back to the Game Board 20 Point Question

< Put the correct marking for these two numbers. (< > or =) 4, 442 4, 452 Back to the Game Board 30 Point Question

< Put the correct marking for these two numbers. (< > or =) 7, 983 9, 783 Back to the Game Board 40 Point Question

Some friends are planning a 24 -mile bike trip. After they bike 4 miles, they will stop to rest. They will stop again after they have biked a total of 8 miles. They’ll make another rest stop after they have gone 12 miles. How many more rest stops will the friends likely make before they finish their bike trip. 3 more stops!