# unit 2 powerpoint review

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Before each question, toss a chip to see how many points you can earn if you get the correct answer! (Copy 1 hopskotch board per student)

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A. 259 + 492 B. 687 + 506

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A. 259 + 492 B. 687 + 506 751 1,193

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Draw a polygon that has at least one right angle.

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*Other Options as well

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A. 392 - 247 B. 462 - 236

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A. 392 - 247 B. 462 - 236 145 226

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463,982 A. Value of the 6 ______ B. Value of the 8 ______ C. Value of the 4 ______

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463,982 A. Value of the 6 ______ B. Value of the 8 ______ C. Value of the 4 ______ 60,000 80 400,000

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Given the numbers 15,7,12,8,7,14,9 Maximum ___ Minimum ___ Range ___ Mode ___

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Given the numbers 15,7,12,8,7,14,9 Maximum ___ Minimum ___ Range ___ Mode ___ 15 7 8 7

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A. 4,392 + 2,477 B. 5,462 + 2,236

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A. 4,392 + 2,477 B. 5,462 + 2,236 6,869 7,698

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This numbers has… 5 in the millions 7 in the ones 6 in the hundred thousands 4 in the tens 3 in the thousands 1 in the ten thousands The rest of the values are zeros. What’s my number?

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This numbers has… 5 in the millions 7 in the ones 6 in the hundred thousands 4 in the tens 3 in the thousands 1 in the ten thousands The rest of the values are zeros. What’s my number? 5,613,047

30

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30 20 + 10 = 30 (6 x 4) + 6 = 30 Answer will vary on the name collection boxes.. A few possible answers are listed.

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Using the numbers 15,2,16,3,3 What is the maximum? What is the range? What is the mode? What is the median?

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Using the numbers 15,2,16,3,3 What is the maximum? What is the range? What is the mode? What is the median? 16 14 3 3

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Draw a polygon that has two sets of parallel lines.

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A. 4,392 - 2,477 B. 5,462 - 2,236

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A. 4,392 - 2,477 B. 5,462 - 2,236 1,915 3,226

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This numbers has… 2 in the millions 6 in the ones 5 in the hundred thousands 4 in the tens 2 in the thousands 3 in the hundreds The rest of the values are zeros. What’s my number?

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This numbers has… 2 in the millions 6 in the ones 5 in the hundred thousands 4 in the tens 2 in the thousands 3 in the hundreds The rest of the values are zeros. What’s my number? 2,502,346

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# Cookies Sold # of Students 23 III 22 IIII 21 II 20 IIII 19 III How many students sold 20 cookies? How many students sold 23 cookies?

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# Cookies Sold # of Students 23 III 22 IIII 21 II 20 IIII 19 III How many students sold 20 cookies? How many students sold 23 cookies? 4 3

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# Cookies Sold # of Students 23 III 22 IIII 21 II 20 IIII 19 III What is the maximum number of cookies sold? What is the range of cookies sold?

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# Cookies Sold # of Students 23 III 22 IIII 21 II 20 IIII 19 III What is the maximum number of cookies sold ? What is the range of cookies sold ? 23 4

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# Cookies Sold # of Students 23 III 22 IIII 21 II 20 IIII 19 III What is the mode (most frequent) number of cookies sold? What is the median of cookies sold by the students? How did you find the median?

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What is the mode (most frequent) number of cookies sold? What is the median of cookies sold by the students? # Cookies Sold # of Students 23 III 22 IIII 21 II 20 IIII 19 III 22 21

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The more points you end up with, the better chance you have of scoring well on the Unit 2 Assessment!