Slide 1: 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt Decimals Fractions Geometry/
Measurement Patterns/
Equations Potpourri
Slide 2: The following
number rounded to the nearest thousandth:
37.04625
Slide 3: What is
37.046
Slide 4: 0.902 + 0.408
Slide 5: What is
1.31
Slide 6: 7.695 - 4.983
Slide 7: What is
2.712
Slide 8: 0.39 x 4
Slide 9: What is
1.56
Slide 10: 2.702 / 2
Slide 11: What is
1.351
Slide 13: What is
Slide 14: The following fraction
reduced to lowest terms:
Slide 15: What is
Slide 17: What is
10
Slide 18: The following fractions
written from
smallest to greatest
Slide 19: What is
Slide 21: What is
Slide 22: The name for
an angle that
measures
120 degrees
Slide 23: What is
obtuse
Slide 24: The total amount
that 3 quarters,
2 dimes, and 3 nickels
are worth
Slide 25: What is
$1.10
Slide 26: The area of a
12 x 8 rectangle
Slide 27: What is
96
Slide 28: The total time Johnny
walked, if he started
at 7:45 am and stopped
at 9:15 am
Slide 29: What is
1 hour and
30 minutes
Slide 30: The perimeter of a hexagon, that measures 5 cm
on each side
Slide 31: What is
30
Slide 32: The next 3 numbers
in the pattern
12, 15, 18,
___, ___, ___
Slide 33: What are
21, 24, 27
Slide 34: The number N stands for
in the equation
4 + N = 12
Slide 35: What is
8
Slide 36: The number N stands for
in the equation
15 - N = 2
Slide 37: What is
13
Slide 38: The next 3 numbers
in the pattern
2, 4, 8, 16,
___, ___, ___
Slide 39: What are
32, 64, 128
Slide 40: The number N
stands for
in the equation
N + N + 8 = 28
Slide 41: What is
10
Slide 42: of 6
Slide 43: What is
2
Slide 44: The probability of
rolling a die and
getting an even number
Slide 45: What is
Slide 46: The prime
factorization for
54
Slide 47: What is
2 x 3 x 3 x 3
Slide 48: What is the
greatest common factor
for 24 and 16
Slide 49: What is
8
Slide 50: How the fraction below compares to (<, =, >) the decimal 0.75
Slide 51: What is
greater than
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