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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

SENSATIONAL SUMS

SUMS

GLAD TO ADD

GLAD TO

ADD

SUBTRACTION ATTRACTION

SUBTRACT

TION

MULTIPLICATION STATION

MULTIPLI

CATION

FACT FAMILIES AND DIVISION

FAMILIES

DIVIDE

IN THIS CATEGORY GIVE THE

MISSING FACT IN THE FACT

FAMILIES, OR WORK THE

MULTIPLE OPERATIONS

MULTIPLE

OPS

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200 POINTS


Response 1

THE SUM OF 2 AND 6

WHAT IS 8?

5 + 3 + 2

10?

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 11

AND 6

WHAT IS 5?

3 X 50

WHAT IS 150?

24 X 3, 3 X 4, 12/4,

WHAT IS 12/3?

4 + 3 - 4

WHAT IS 3?

CLUE 2

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400 POINTS


Response 2

THE SUM OF 3 AND 9

WHAT IS 12?

10 + 1 + 4

WHAT IS 15?

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 17

AND 8

WHAT IS 9?

6 X 2 X 2

WHAT IS 24?

A DIVISION PROBLEM THAT

EQUALS 7

MANY RESPONSES

POSSIBLE, E.G. WHAT

10 - 5 X 5

WHAT IS 25?

CLUE 3

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600 POINTS


Response 3

THE SUM OF 8 AND 3

WHAT IS 11?

1 1/2 + 5 1/2

WHAT IS 7?

WHAT YOU SUBTRACT FROM

10 TO GET 4

WHAT IS 6?

6 X 0 X 4

WHAT IS 0?

7 X 3, 21/7, 21/3,

WHAT IS 3 X 7?

12 ÷ 12 -12

WHAT IS 0?

CLUE 4

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800 POINTS


Response 4

AN ADDITION PROBLEM THAT

HAS THE SAME SUM AS 13 + 6

MULTIPLE RESPONSES

POSSIBLE, E.G. WHAT

1 1/2 + 1 1/2 + 1 1/2

WHAT IS 4 1/2?

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 19

AND 15 PLUS 3

WHAT IS 7?

MATT DROVE 3 HOURS AT 60

MILES PER HOUR. THE NUMBER

OF MILES MATT DROVE

WHAT IS 180 MILES?

30/6, 5 X 6, 6 X 5,

WHAT IS 30/5 ?

THE SUM OF 11 AND 8 MINUS

THE SUM OF 3 AND 5

WHAT IS 11?

CLUE 5

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1000 POINTS


Response 5

AN ADDITION PROBLEM THAT

HAS THE SAME SUM AS 6 + 7 +

4

MULTIPLE RESPONSES

POSSIBLE, E.G. WHAT

12 + 14 + 3 + 13

WHAT IS 42?

WHAT YOU SUBTRACT FROM

12.5 TO GET 0

WHAT IS 12.5?

SARAH BOUGHT THREE

BOOKS. EACH BOOK COST

$2.25. THE AMOUNT OF MONEY

SARAH SPENT

WHAT IS $6.75?

JEFF HAD 24 BOOKS AND 4

BAGS. HE PUT AN EQUAL

AMOUNT OF BOOKS IN EACH

BAG. THE NUMBER OF BOOKS

JEFF PUT IN EACH BAG

WHAT IS 6?

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 4

1/2 + 2 1/2 AND 6 ÷ 3

WHAT IS 5?

 CATEGORY:   

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JOHN HAD 40 COOKIES. THENUMBER OF COOKIES JOHNHAD AFTER HE ATE 3, GAVE 4TO EACH OF HIS 6 FRIENDS,AND 4 TO HIS BROTHER

 Response:   

WHAT IS 9?

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

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CATEGORY

Explanation

MEASUREMENT

MEASURE

THIS CATEGORY DEAL WITH

MEASUREMENT.

NUMBERS

NUMBERS

THIS CATEGORY DEALS WITH

NUMBER ORDER.

WORD PROBLEMS

PROBLEM

IN THIS CATEGORY GIVE THE

ANSWER TO THE WORD

PROBLEM.

PATTERN RULES

RULE

THIS CATEGORY DEALS WITH

PATTERNS, YOU MUST GIVE

THE RULE THE PATTERN

DATA

MEDIAN

THE CATEGORY WANTS THE

MEDIAN FOR EACH SET OF

NUMBERS.

MONEY OR TIME

MONEY

TIME

THE CATEGORY DEALS WITH

QUESTIONS REGARDING

EITHER TIME OR MONEY.

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400 POINTS


Response 1

BOB HAD A ROPE THAT WAS 3

FEET LONG. THE ROPE WAS

HOW MANY INCHES.

WHAT IS 36?

WHICH NUMBER IS GREATER

THAN 876? 792; 884; 768; 686

WHAT IS 884?

A GROUP OF 113 THIRD

GRADERS AND 129 FOURTH

GRADERS WENT TO THE ZOO.

WHAT WAS THE TOTAL

NUMBER GOING TO THE ZOO?

WHAT IS 242

STUDENTS?

THE RULE THIS PATTERN

FOLLOWS: 1  4  7  10 . . .

WHAT IS ADD 3?

THE MEDIAN  OF THIS SET OF

NUMBERS: 5  6  6  8  9  10  12

WHAT IS 8?

BILLY CAN'T WAIT FOR RECESS.

IT IS NOW 9:00, AND RECESS IS

AT 10:20. HOW LONG MUST

BILLY WAIT?

WHAT IS 1 HOUR AND

20 MINUTES?

CLUE 2

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800 POINTS


Response 2

WHAT IS A REASONABLE

LENGTH FOR A BASEBALL BAT.

1 CENTIMETER; 10

CENTIMETERS; 1 METER; OR 10

METERS.

WHAT IS 1 METER?

IN THIS LIST OF NUMBERS GIVE

THEM IN ORDER FROM

GREATEST TO LEAST. 2,794;

1,976; 2,549, 1,967

WHAT IS 1,967,

1,976, 2,549 AND

ON FRIDAY, 368 BOOKS WERE

CHECKED OUT OF THE

LIBRARY. ON SATURDAY, 639

BOOKS WERE CHECKED OUT

OF THE LIBRARY. WHAT WAS

THE TOTAL CHECKED OUT?

WHAT IS 1,007?

THE RULE FOR THIS PATTERN:

33  26  19  12 . . .

WHAT IS SUBTRACT 7?

MARY BOUGHT 7 ITEMS. IN THE

PRICES WHICH ONE IS THE

MEDIAN? $5  $2  $5  $6  $12  $8

$10

WHAT IS $6?

JAKE WENT TO THE STORE

AND BOUGHT POP AT 50

CENTS, CANDY AT 60 CENTS.

HOW MUCH DID HE SPEND?

WHAT IS $1.10?

CLUE 3

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1200 POINTS


Response 3

ABOUT HOW LONG IS A

STANDARD PIECE OF

NOTEBOOK PAPER. 10 CM; 30

CM; 50 CM; 70 CM

WHAT IS 30 CM?

WHICH NUMBER LIES BETWEEN

465 AND 482 ON A NUMBER

LINE? 483; 457; 465; 470.

WHAT IS 470?

A STORE HAD A 2 DAY BOOK

SALE. THE FIRST DAY 2,231

WERE SOLD, AND THE SECOND

DAY 3,189 WERE SOLD. WHAT

WAS THE TOTAL SOLD?

WHAT IS 5,420 BOOKS?

THE RULE FOR THIS NUMBER

PATTERN: 200  170  140  110  80 . . .

WHAT IS SUBTRACT 30?

THE MONEY SHOWS THE

AMOUNT PHILLIP MADE EACH

WEEK. WHAT WAS THE

MEDIAN? $5  $4  $5  $5  $6  $12  $8

$10 $7

WHAT IS $6?

THE CHILDREN BEGAN PLAYING

AT 5:45. THEY PLAYED FOR 2

HOURS AND 15 MINUTES. WHAT

TIME DID THEY QUIT PLAYING?

WHAT IS 8:00?

CLUE 4

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1600 POINTS


Response 4

A WALL IS 3 YARDS HIGH. HOW

MANY FEET IS THE DOOR?

WHAT IS 9 FEET?

A LIST OF NUMBERS IS SHOWN.

GIVE THEM IN ORDER FROM

LEAST TO GREATEST. 1,119;

1,112; 1,209; 1,029

WHAT IS 1,029;

1,112; 1,119; AND

THERE WERE 8,357 BOOKS IN A

LIBRARY. THE LIBRARY

RECEIVED ANOTHER 1,435 NEW

BOOKS. WHAT IS THE NEW

TOTAL NUMBER OF BOOKS?

WHAT IS 9,792?

THE RULE FOR THIS PATTERN:

30  45  60  75  90 . . .

WHAT IS ADD 15?

THE PRICES OF FIVE RINGS

THAT JANICE WOULD LIKE TO

BUY ARE GIVEN. WHAT IS THE

MEDIAN PRICE? $3  $8  $3  $5  $4

WHAT IS $4?

JILL WENT TO THE STORE FOR

HER MOM. SHE HAD A TEN

DOLLAR BILL AND SPENT $6.40.

HOW MUCH CHANGE DID SHE

RECEIVE?

WHAT IS $3.60?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

AN AVERAGE OF A NORMAL

NEW PENCIL IS ABOUT HOW

LONG? 9 CENTIMETERS; 18

CENTIMETERS; 9 METERS; 18

METERS

WHAT IS 18 CM?

IN THIS LIST OF NUMBERS GIVE

THEM FROM LEAST TO

GREATEST. 5,986; 5,977; 5,985

WHAT IS 5,977; 5.985

AND 5,986?

A BAG CONTAINS 13

BUTTERSCOTCH, 3

CHOCOLATE, 2 VANILLA, AND 2

MINT CANDIES. HOW MANY

CANDIES DID THE BAG

CONTAIN?

WHAT IS 20 CANDIES?

THE RULE FOR THIS PATTERN?

200  150  100  50  . . .

WHAT IS SUBTRACT 50?

IN THIS SET OF NUMBERS

WHAT IS THE MEDIAN? 797  699

607  798  998  805 805

WHAT IS 798?

SUSAN HAD A TEN DOLLAR

BILL, A FIVE DOLLAR BILL, 2

QUARTERS, A DIME, 2 NICKELS

AND A PENNY. HOW MUCH

MONEY DID SUSAN HAVE?

WHAT IS $15.71?

 CATEGORY:   

MUNCHY MATH  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

JOHN HAD 40 COOKIES. THENUMBER OF COOKIES JOHNHAD AFTER HE ATE 3, GAVE 4TO EACH OF HIS 6 FRIENDS,AND 4 TO HIS BROTHER

 Response:   

WHAT IS 9?

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