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Jack’s truck can haul 2 ½ tons of gravel. How much does the load weigh? : Jack’s truck can haul 2 ½ tons of gravel. How much does the load weigh? 6000 pounds
5000 pounds
4000 pounds
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Think about this … : Think about this … Think about how many pounds are in a ton before trying again. Return
Excellent! : Excellent! You remembered that there are 2000 pounds in one ton.
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The Summer Olympics are held in years that are divisible by 4. Which of the following represent years that the Summer Olympics were held? : The Summer Olympics are held in years that are divisible by 4. Which of the following represent years that the Summer Olympics were held? 1936, 1948, 1976, 1988
1952, 1960, 1974, 1992
1928, 1954, 1976, 2000
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Think about this … : Think about this … Since 4 goes evenly into 100, you only need to look at the last two digits to see if a number is divisible by 4. Return
Excellent! : Excellent! Since 1900 is evenly divisible by 4, you only had to look at the last two digits on each number.
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Look at the models below. Each model has a corresponding number. What would the number be for the next model in the sequence? : Look at the models below. Each model has a corresponding number. What would the number be for the next model in the sequence? 23
24
25
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Think about this … : Think about this … Each model has the same number of dots along each of its sides. Therefore, each represents a perfect square.
Return to the quiz and find the next perfect square. Return
Excellent! : Excellent! The next group would have 5 on each side.
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