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Let's Play. 5 th Grade Math. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Student?. Idea by Jennifer Wagner. Design By Cindy Robertson. $ 1 Million $ 500,000 $ 250,000 $ 125,000 $ 64,000 $ 32,000 $ 16,000 $ 8,000 $ 4,000 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 200 $ 100. Millionaire Student. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • 5th Grade MathIdea by Jennifer WagnerDesign By Cindy Robertson

  • 50:50 $ 1 Million $ 500,000 $ 250,000 $ 125,000 $ 64,000 $ 32,000 $ 16,000 $ 8,000 $ 4,000 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 200 $ 100

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  • $ 100 QuestionWhat is the answer to a division problem?addenddivisorquotientmultipleA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 100 QuestionWhat is the answer to a division problem?divisorquotientA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 200 QuestionWhat is the comparison of two numbers by division?percentratioA factoraddingA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 200 QuestionWhat is the comparison of two numbers by division?percentratioA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500 QuestionWhat are rules of divisibility?The ratio of a numberto 100A way to determine if an integer is a factor of a given numberThe product of two whole numbersThe greatest factor that two or more numbers have in commonA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500 QuestionWhat are rules of divisibility?A way to determine if an integer is a factor of a given numberThe product of two whole numbersA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 1,000 QuestionWhat is a prime number?A whole number withMore than two factorsA decimalA number from 1-100A whole number whoseonly two factors are 1 and itselfA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 1,000 QuestionWhat is a prime number?A decimalA whole number whoseonly two factors are 1 and itselfA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 2,000 QuestionWhat is a composite number?A whole number withonly two factorsA whole number with more than two factorsThe least commonmultipleThe greatest common factorA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 2,000 QuestionWhat is a composite number?A whole number withonly two factorsA whole number with more than two factorsA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 4,000 QuestionWhat is the distance around a circle?radiusdiametercircumferenceperimeterA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 4,000 QuestionWhat is the distance around a circle?circumferenceperimeterA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 8,000 QuestionWhat do we call a shape with two sets of parallel linesand four right angels?rectangletriangleparallelogramrhombusA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 8,000 QuestionWhat do we call a shape with two sets of parallel linesand four right angels?rectangleparallelogramA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 16,000 QuestionWhat type of triangle has sides of threedifferent lengths?equilateralisosceleshypotenusescaleneA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 16,000 QuestionWhat type of triangle has sides of threedifferent lengths?equilateralscaleneA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 32,000 QuestionWhat is an expression?Two or more fractionsthat name the same amountA part of a number sentence withnumbers and operation signs but no equal signA fraction whose numerator isless than its denominatorAn algebraic or numerical sentencethat shows that two quantitiesare equalA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 32,000 QuestionWhat is an expression?Two or more fractionsthat name the same amountA part of a number sentence withnumbers and operation signs but no equal signA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 64,000 QuestionWhat are integers?All numbers including fractionsAny whole number including positivenumbers, negative numbers, and zeroA mathematical relationship Between two numbersNumbers from 0 toinfinityA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 64,000 QuestionWhat are integers?Any whole number including positivenumbers, negative numbers, and zeroNumbers from 0 toinfinityA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 125,000 QuestionX + 5 is an example of A functionMultiplicative inverseAn algebraic expressionThe order propertyA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 125,000 QuestionX + 5 is an example of An algebraic expressionThe order propertyA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 250,000 QuestionA display that shows groups of data arranged by place value is calledHistogramRangeStem and leaf plotBar graphA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 250,000 QuestionA display that shows groups of data arranged by place value is calledHistogramStem and leaf plotA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500,000 QuestionWhat is surface area?The amount of spaceA solid figure occupiesThe sum of the areas of the faces of a solid figureLength times widthLength times width timesheightA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 500,000 QuestionWhat is surface area?The sum of the areas of the faces of a solid figureLength times widthA.B.C.D.50:50

  • $ 1 Million QuestionWhat is absolute value?An expression that includesAt least one variableThe distance of anyInteger from 0The amount of space aSolid figure occupies a repeating pattern of closed figures that covers a surface with no gaps and no overlapsA.B.C. D. 50:50

  • $ 1 Million QuestionWhat is absolute value?The distance of anyInteger from 0 a repeating pattern of closed figures that covers a surface with no gaps and no overlaps A.B.C.D.50:50