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 JOURNAL QUESTION: WORTH 1 EXTRA PIECE FOR YOU Both you and your partner should write this problem in your journals and solve. Your partner will check your answer to see if it is right. \$636 + 93 ------- Don't forget the dollar sign! \$636 + 93 ------- \$729 JOURNAL QUESTION: WORTH 1 EXTRA PIECE FOR YOU Both you and your partner should solve this problem in your journals. Your partner will check your answer to see if it is right. 5 26 5R1 5 26 -25 ----- 01 JOURNAL QUESTION: WORTH 1 EXTRA PIECE FOR YOU Both you and your partner should solve this problem in your journals. Your partner will check your answer to see if it is right. 3 11 3R2 3 11 - 9 ----- 02 JOURNAL QUESTION: WORTH 1 EXTRA PIECE FOR YOU Both you and your partner should write this problem in your journals and solve. Your partner will check your answer to see if it is right. \$636 + 93 ------- Don't forget the dollar sign! \$636 + 93 ------- \$729 JOURNAL QUESTION: WORTH 1 EXTRA PIECE FOR YOU Both you and your partner should write this problem in your journals and solve. Your partner will check your answer to see if it is right. \$3.46 + 2.17 ------- Don't forget the dollar sign and decimal point! \$3.46 + 2.17 ------- \$5.63 JOURNAL QUESTION: WORTH 1 EXTRA PIECE FOR YOU Both you and your partner should write this problem in your journals and solve. Your partner will check your answer to see if it is right. \$4.76 + 8.45 ------- Don't forget the dollar sign and decimal point! \$4.76 + 8.45 ------- \$13.21 6+3+2 11 9x3 27 What is the multiplication math fact for 5+5+5? (___x___) 5x3 OR 3x5 What is the multiplication math fact for 4+4+4+4? (___x___) 4x4 What is the multiplication math fact for 2+2+2+2+2? (___x___) 2x5 OR 5x2 What is the addition math fact for 4x2? (___+___) 4+4 is the same as 4x2 What is the addition math fact for 8x2? (___+___) 8+8 is the same as 8x2. What is the addition math fact for 6x3? (___+___+___) 6+6+6 is the same as 6x3. What is the addition math fact for 7x7? (___+___+___+___+___+___+___) 7+7+7+7+7+7+7 is the same as 7x7. What is the addition math fact for 8x1? (___+___) 8+0 is the same as 8x1. (They both equal 8.) What is the addition math fact for 1x1? (___+___) 1+0 is the same as 1x1 (they both equal 1). What is the subtraction turnaround fact for 7+2=14? 14-7=2 OR 14-2=7. What is the subtraction turnaround fact for 5+5=10? 10-5=5. What is the subtraction turnaround fact for 6+3=9? 9-6=3 OR 9-3=6. What is the subtraction turnaround fact for 4+4=8? 8-4=4. Round 86 to the nearest hundred. 100. Round 34 to the nearest hundred. Zero (34 is between 0 and 100). Round 19 to the nearest hundred. Zero (19 is between 0 and 100). Round 355 to the nearest hundred. 400. Round 605 to the nearest hundred. 600 Round 19 to the nearest ten. 20 (19 is between 10 and 20). Round 92 to the nearest ten. 90 (92 is between 90 and 100). Round 266 to the nearest ten. 270 (270 is between 260 and 270). Which number is in the ones column? 346 6 Which number is in the ones column? 1,354 4 Which number is in the tens column? 4,532 3. Which number is in the tens column? 14,269 6. Which number is in the hundreds column? 5,387 3. Which number is in the hundreds column? 9,263 2. Which number is in the thousands column? 4,082 4. Which number is in the thousands column? 7,201 7. Which number is in the thousands column? 23,054 3 (the 2 is in the ten thousands column). 20-10 10. 25-5 20. 14-7 7 20-9 11 What shape is a sphere? Circular (round like a circle). What do we call two lines that cross over each other? Intersecting lines. What is the name of the answer to a division problem? Hinet: the answer to an addition problem is the sum. The quotient (kwo-shent). What is the name of the answer to a multiplication problem? Hinet: the answer to an addition problem is the sum. The product. Which number goes on top, the numerator or denominator? The numerator. If it is 5:00 right now, what time will it be in five minutes? 5:05 OR 5 minutes after 5. If it is 10:00 right now, what time will it be in twenty minutes? 10:20 OR 20 minutes after 10. What is another way to say the time 3:15? Quarter after 3. What is another way to say the time 7:45? Quarter 'til 8. Do we eat breakfast in the a.m. or p.m.? A.M. Does the school day end in the a.m. or p.m.? P.M. What is the purpose of a key for a graph? It tells how much each symbol on the graph is worth, such as one square = 5 people's votes. Name one type of graph. Bar graph OR line graph OR pictograph OR pie graph. How many cents is a quarter worth? 25. Which coin is bigger, a nickel or a dime? A nickel. If you have 1 quarter and 1 penny, how much money do you have? 26 cents (quarter= 25 and penny= 1). 2 dimes + 1 nickel= 1 of this coin. Which coin is it? A quarter (2 dimes is 10+10, and one nickel is 5. 10+10+5=25. A quarter is worth 25 cents, too). If you have 2 dimes and 2 nickels, how much money do you have? 30 cents (10+10+5+5). If you have 5 dollars and 4 pennies, how much money do you have? \$5.04 (five dollars and four cents). If you have 2 dollars, 1 quarter, and 1 penny, how much money do you have? \$2.26 (two dollars and twenty-six cents: \$2.00 + 25 cents + 1 cent).