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```							Measurement Game
Weight    Length    Time     Capacity     not used

Q \$100    Q \$100    Q \$100   Q \$100       Q \$100

Q \$200    Q \$200    Q \$200   Q \$200       Q \$200

Q \$300    Q \$300    Q \$300   Q \$300       Q \$300

Q \$400    Q \$400    Q \$400   Q \$400       Q \$400

Q \$500    Q \$500    Q \$500   Q \$500       Q \$500

Final Jeopardy
\$100 Question from Weight

What unit of measure is used to
weigh people?

A. Ounces
B. Tons
C. Pounds
D. Gallons

C. Pounds
\$200 Question from Weight

What unit of measure would be
used to weigh a music CD ?
A. Ounces
B. Tons
C. Pounds
D. Gallons

A. Ounces
\$300 Question from Weight
Which of the following is a reasonable weight
for a high school track team member?

A. 54 pounds
B. 350 pounds
C. 120 pounds
D. 90 ounces

C. 120 pounds
\$400 Question from Weight
Which is true?
A. 15 ounces = 1 pound
B. 2 pounds = 36 ounces
C. 2 tons = 4000 pounds
D. 1 ton = 1000 pounds

C. 2 tons = 4000 pounds
\$500 Question from Weight
What is a reasonable weight
for a box that a fourth
A. 98 lbs.    B. 50 lbs.
C.11 lbs.     D. 75 lbs.
lbs. = pounds

C. 11 lbs.
\$100 Question from Length

Which is a reasonable length for the
width of your desk at school?

A.    42 inches
B.    20 inches
C.    4 feet
D.    1 yard

B. 20 inches
\$200 Question from Length
Which is a reasonable length for your classroom?

A. 25 inches
B. 75 feet
C. 75 inches
D. 25 feet

D. 25 feet
\$300 Question from Length
What is a reasonable length for your

\$400 Question from Length
If a car is 2l feet long, how many yards is
that ?

A.     7

B.     63

C.     3

D.     42

A. 7 yards
\$500 Question from Length
A foot is equal to how many
yards?

A.   1              C. 2
4                 3

B.   3              D. 1
3

1
D   3
\$100 Question from Time
Elsa wants to watch a movie that is
2 hours long, how many minutes
is that?
A. 60 minutes
B. 30 minutes
C. 120 minutes
D. 90 minutes

C. 120 minutes
\$200 Question from Time
Elsa wants to watch a movie that is 2 hours long.
She has to walk to her grandmother’s before 5
O’clock and it is 3:30 now. Does she have
enough time to watch the whole movie before
she leaves ?
A. Yes
B. No

B. No
\$300 Question from Time
What is a reasonable estimate for the
time it takes to put on your socks
and shoes if you have to tie them?
A. 2 seconds
B. 2 minutes
C. 2 hours
D. 2 days

B. 2 minutes
\$400 Question from Time
Joe wanted to walk a mile for exercise. He
knew it was about a half mile to the school.
What is a reasonable amount of time for him
to be gone if he walks to the school and
back?
A. 5 minutes
B. 10 seconds
C. 3 hours
D. 1 hour

D. 1 hour
\$500 Question from Time
On Monday, a train left Fort Worth
at 8:15 A.M and arrived in Kansas
City at 3:45 P.M. How long did the
trip take?
A.   19 hours, 30 minutes
B.    7 hours, 30 minutes
C.    7 hours, 45 minutes
D.    5 hours, 15 minutes

B. 7 hours, 30 minutes
\$100 Question from Capacity

If Julie has a gallon of milk, how many
quarts does she have?
A. 8 quarts   B. 4 quarts   C. 2 quarts   D. 6 quarts

B. 4 quarts
\$200 Question from Capacity

What is the best unit of measure to use
to measure the amount of water in a
swimming pool?

A. Gallons       B. Teaspoons
C. Cups          D. pints

A. Gallons
\$300 Question from Capacity
If Julie has a gallon of milk and she
and her brother each drink one cup
of milk a day, how many days will
the milk last?
A. 2 days     B. 4 days
C. 8 days     D. 16 days

C. 8 days
\$400 Question from Capacity
Joe bought a 1 quart bottle of juice.
Which is equal to this amount?
A. 4 cups
B. 2 cups
C. 1/2 gallon
D. 1 pint

A. 4 cups equals 1 quart
\$500 Question from Capacity

Jane uses 4 cups of dog food each
day to feed her dog. How many pints does
Jane feed her dog each week?
A. 28 pints
B. 14 pints
C. 32 pints
D. 21 pints

B. 14 pints
\$100 Question from
Patterns & Algebra
Jane uses 42 cups of dog food each
week to feed her dog. Which number
sentence should be used to find N, the
number of cups Jane feeds her dog
each day?
A. 42 + N = 7
B. 42 - N = 7
C. 42 ÷ 7 = N
D. 42 N = 7
Patterns & Algebra

A. 42 ÷ 7 = N
\$200 Question from
Patterns & Algebra
Which can be solved by using the open
sentence K + 5 = ?
A. Mae did 5 times as many sit-ups as Katy. If K is the
number of sit-ups Katy did, how many sit-ups did Mae do?
B. Joan ran 5 fewer meters than Kiran. If K is the number
of meters Kiran ran, how many meters did Joan run?
C. Keith takes 5 minutes to run each lap around the
gymnasium. If K is the number of laps Keith ran, how long
did he run?
D. Sharon did 5 more push-ups than Kevin. If K is the
number of push-ups Kevin did, how many push-ups
did Sharon do?
Algebra

D.
\$300 Question from Patterns &
Algebra
See Word doc. H5-300
Algebra

I.
\$400 Question from Patterns &
Algebra
See Word doc. H5-400
Algebra

H.
\$500 Question from Patterns &
Algebra
See Word doc. H5-500
Algebra
Final Jeopardy!
Condiments:
There are 2 boxes, each box
holding 4 mustard packets
and 4 ketchup packets.
Without looking, you draw 1
packet from each box. What
are the chances that at least 1
of the packets you draw is
mustard?
There are 4 possibilities of what you might draw out
of the 2 boxes:
•1 mustard and 1 ketchup
•2 mustards
•1 ketchup and 1 mustard
•2 ketchups
In 3 of the 4 possibilities, you'll wind up with at
least 1 mustard. So the chances of picking at least
1 mustard packet are 3 in 4 or, in another phrasing,
3 to 1.
Source: Carter, Fulton & Russell, Mighty Mind
Boosters, p.170

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