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GRADE 6 MATH TERMS

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CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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Explanation

WHAT'S MY NAME

WHAT'S

MY NAME

IDENTIFY THE TERMS THAT

MATCH THE DEFINITIONS

MULTIPLE QUESTIONS

MULTIPLE

QUEST

IDENTIFY THESE QUESTIONS

THAT RELATE TO MULTIPLES

AND MULTIPLYING

WHAT'S MY LINE

WHAT'S

MY LINE

IDENTIFY THESE TERMS

RELATING TO LINES IN SPACE

GEOMETRY

GEO-

METRY

IDENTIFY THESE TERMS

ABOUT MEASUREMENT

CIRCLES

CIRCLES

IDENTIFY THESE TERMS

RELATING TO CIRCLES

MISCELLANEOUS

MISC

GIVE THE TERM FOR EACH

CLUE

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

THE TAX CHARGED ON THE

SALE OF AN ITEM AND BASED

UPON THE ITEM'S PURCHASE

PRICE

SALES TAX

PRODUCTS OF A SELECTED

COUNTING NUMBER AND

OTHER COUNTING NUMBERS

MULTIPLES

TWO LINES THAT INTERSECT

AT RIGHT ANGLES

PERPENDICULAR LINES

THE DISTANCE AROUND A

CLOSED, FLAT SHAPE

PERIMETER

A CLOSED, CURVED SHAPE IN

WHICH ALL POINTS ON THE

SHAPE ARE THE SAME

DISTANCE FROM ITS CENTER

CIRCLE

NUMBERS LESS THAN ZERO

NEGATIVE NUMBERS

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

THE LOWER NUMBER IN AN

EXPONENTIAL EXPRESSION

BASE

THE SMALLEST WHOLE

NUMBER THAT IS A MULTIPLE

OF TWO OR MORE GIVEN

NUMBERS

LEAST COMMON

MULTIPLE

LINES IN THE SAME PLANE

THAT DO NOT INTERSECT

PARALLEL LINES

THE NUMBER OF SQUARE

UNITS NEEDED TO COVER A

SURFACE

AREA

THE DISTANCE ACROSS A

CIRCLE THROUGH ITS CENTER

DIAMETER

A NUMBER THAT IS THE

DENOMINATOR OF TWO OR

MORE FRACTIONS

COMMON DENOMINATOR

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

A COUNTING NUMBER

GREATER THAN 1 WHOSE ONLY

TWO FACTORS ARE THE

NUMBER 1 AND ITSELF

PRIME NUMBERS

THE PRODUCT WHEN A WHOLE

NUMBER IS MULTIPLIED BY

ITSELF

PERFECT SQUARE

LINES IN THE SAME PLANE

THAT ARE NEITHER PARALLEL

NOR PERPENDICULAR

OBLIQUE LINES

A TOOL USED TO MEASURE

AND DRAW ANGLES

PROTRACTOR

THE DISTANCE FROM THE

CENTER OF A CIRCLE TO A

POINT ON THE CIRCLE

RADIUS

A WAY OF EXPRESSING THE

LIKELIHOOD OF AN EVENT; THE

PROBABILITY OF AN EVENT

EXPRESSED AS A PERCENTAGE

CHANCE

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

THE UPPER NUMBER IN AN

EXPONENTIAL EXPRESSION: IT

SHOWS HOW MANY TIMES THE

BASE IS TO BE USED AS A

FACTOR

EXPONENT

ONE OF TWO EQUAL FACTORS

OF A NUMBER. FOR EXAMPLE, 4

IS THIS FOR 16

SQUARE ROOT

TO SHARE A POINT OR POINTS

INTERSECT

A TOOL USED TO DRAW

CIRCLES AND ARCS

COMPASS

THE PERIMETER OF A CIRCLE

CIRCUMFERENCE

A WAY OF DESCRIBING THE

LIKELIHOOD OF AN EVENT; THE

RATIO OF FAVORABLE

OUTCOMES TO ALL POSSIBLE

OUTCOMES

PROBABILITY

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

A WAY OF WRITING A NUMBER

AS THE SUM OF THE

PRODUCTS OF THE DIGITS AND

THE PLACE VALUES OF THE

DIGITS

EXPANDED NOTATION

THE LARGEST WHOLE NUMBER

THAT IS A FACTOR OF TWO OR

MORE GIVEN NUMBERS

GREATEST COMMON

FACTOR

A FLAT SURFACE THAT HAS

NO BOUNDARIES

PLANE

THE NUMBER OF DIAMETERS

EQUAL TO THE

CIRCUMFERENCE OF A CIRCLE

PI

TWO OR MORE CIRCLES WITH

A COMMON CENTER

CONCENTRIC CIRCLES

TWO NUMBERS WHOSE

PRODUCT IS ONE (1)

RECIPROCALS

 CATEGORY:   

RATIOS  

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THERE ARE 24 STUDENTS IN ACLASS.  16 OF THEM ARE GIRLS.WHAT IS THE RATIO OF BOYSTO GIRLS?  

 Response:   

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CATEGORY 1

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CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

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Explanation

RULES OF DIVISIBILITY

RULES OF

DIVIS

GIVE THE RULE OF DIVISIBILITY

FOR THE GIVEN NUMBER

FORMULAS

FORM-

ULAS

GIVE THE FORMULA FOR THE

FIGURE

FRACTIONS

FRAC-

TIONS

ANGLES

ANGLES

IDENTIFY THESE TERMS

RELATING TO ANGLES AND

ANGLE MEASURES

DATA

DATA

IDENTIFY THESE TERMS

RELATING TO STATISTICS

POLYGONS

POLYGON

IDENTIFY THESE TERMS

RELATING TO POLYGONS

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

2

THE NUMBER IS EVEN

(OR ENDS IN 0, 2, 4,

AREA OF A RECTANGLE

A= LW

REWRITES A FRACTION IN

LOWEST TERMS

REDUCES

AN ANGLE WHOSE OPENING IS

LARGER THAN A RIGHT ANGLE

AND SMALLER THAN A

STRAIGHT ANGLE

OBTUSE

THE NUMBER FOUND WHEN

THE SUM OF TWO OR MORE

NUMBERS IS DIVIDED BY THE

NUMBER OF ADDENDS IN THE

SUM

MEAN

CLOSED, FLAT SHAPES WITH

STRAIGHT SIDES

POLYGONS

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

5

THE NUMBER ENDS IN 5

OR 0

PERIMETER OF A RECTANGLE

P=2L + 2W

A FRACTION WHOSE

DENOMINATOR OF 100 IS

EXPRESSED AS A PERCENT

SIGN (%)

PERCENT

UNITS FOR MEASURING

ANGLES

DEGREES

THE MIDDLE NUMBER (OR

AVERAGE OF TWO CENTRAL

NUMBERS) OF A LIST OF DATA

WHEN THE NUMBERS ARE

ARRANGED IN ORDER FROM

LEAST TO GREATEST

MEDIAN

ANY FOUR-SIDED POLYGON

QUADRILATERAL

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

3

THE SUM OF THE

DIGITS IS DIVISIBLE

CIRCUMFERENCE OF A CIRCLE

C=PI TIMES DIAMETER

OR 2 PI TIMES RADIUS

A FRACTION WITH A

NUMERATOR EQUAL TO OR

GREATER THAN THE

DENOMINATOR

IMPROPER FRACTION

AN ANGLE WHOSE OPENING

FORMS A SQUARE CORNER

AND MEASURES 90°

RIGHT ANGLE

THE NUMBER (OR NUMBERS)

THAT APPEAR MOST OFTEN IN

A LIST OF DATA

MODE

A POLYGON IN WHICH ALL

SIDES HAVE EQUAL LENGTHS

AND ALL ANGLES HAVE EQUAL

MEASURES

REGULAR POLYGON

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

4

THE LAST TWO DIGITS

ARE DIVISIBLE BY 4

AREA OF A CIRCLE

A=2PI TIMES RADIUS

SQUARED

PLACES TO THE RIGHT OF A

DECIMAL POINT

DECIMAL PLACES

AN ANGLE WHOSE OPENING IS

SMALLER THAN A RIGHT

ANGLE

ACUTE ANGLE

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN

THE LARGEST NUMBER AND

THE SMALLEST NUMBER IN A

LIST OF DATA

RANGE

A LINE SEGMENT THAT IS PART

OF A POLYGON

SIDE

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

6

THE NUMBER IS

DIVISIBLE BY BOTH 2

AREA OF A TRIANGLE

A= 1/2 BH

DIFFERENT FRACTIONS THAT

NAME THE SAME AMOUNT

EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS

A POINT OF AN ANGLE,

POLYGON, OR POLYHEDRON

WHERE TWO OR MORE LINES,

RAYS, OR SEGMENTS MEET

VERTEX

A COMPARISON OF TWO

NUMBERS

RATIO

HAVING THE SAME SIZE AND

THE SAME SHAPE

CONGRUENT

 CATEGORY:   

RATIOS  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

THERE ARE 24 STUDENTS IN ACLASS.  16 OF THEM ARE GIRLS.WHAT IS THE RATIO OF BOYSTO GIRLS?  

 Response:   

1/2

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