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 GAME NAME: SCOTT FORESMAN MATH 6TH SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT TOO CLOSE 4 COMFORT ESTIMATE THE SUMS AND DIFFERENCES OF THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS.
 THAT'S SO 2ND GRADE THAT'S SO 2ND GRADE ADD OR SUBTRACT.  WRITE EACH ANSWER IN SIMPLEST FORM.
 IT'S NOT THE SAME IT'S NOT THE SAME ADD.  WRITE EACH ANSWER IN SIMPLEST FORM.
 IT'S DIFFERENT! SCARY! IT'S DIFFT SCARY SUBTRACT.  WRITE EACH ANSWER IN SIMPLEST FORM.
 HURRAH, IT'S ALGEBRA HURRAH, IT'S ALGEBRA SOLVE EACH EQUATION.
 JOY TO THE WORD! JOY TO THE WORD! VOCAB TERMS

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS

Response 1

6 7/8 - 2 1/3

5

4 5/8 + 3/8

5

1/2 + 1/8

5/8

5/6 - 1/3

1/2

Y - 3/8 = 1

Y = 1 3/8

TWO NUMBERS ARE THIS

WHEN THEIR PRODUCT IS 1.

RECIPROCALS

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 2

9 7/9 - 3 5/6

6

16 - 8 3/8

7 5/8

6 3/4 + 2 3/8

9 1/8

6 3/4 - 3 7/8

2 7/8

1 1/2 = A + 1 1/2

A = 0

SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS

WITH UNLIKE DENOMINATORS,

WRITE THEM WITH THIS.

LEAST COMMON

DENOMINATOR

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS

Response 3

14 8/11 + 10 9/12

26

9 5/7 + 10 3/7

20 1/7

2 1/2 + 1 1/3

3 5/6

8 1/2 - 2 2/3

5 5/6

X - 1/6 = 8/9

X = 1 1/18

A FRACTION WITH A

NUMERATOR LARGER THAN

IT'S DENOMINATOR IS CALLED

THIS.

IMPROPER FRACTION

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 4

13 1/8 + 9 2/3

23

3 3/4 - 1 1/4

2 1/2

7 2/3 + 3 4/5

11 7/15

6 3/9 - 1 1/6

5 1/6

R + 9 /16 = 2 3/4

R = 2 3/16

A NUMBER THAT IS WRITTEN

WITH A WHOLE PART AND A

FRACTIONAL PART IS CALLED

THIS

MIXED NUMBER

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS

Response 5

6 5/8 - 5 6/7

1

4 1/12 + 5 7/12

9 2/3

3 3/4 + 2 3/10

6 1/20

7 5/12 - 6 2/3

3/4

9/10 + M = 1 1/2

M = 3/5

YOU CAN USE THIS WHEN

ESTIMATING THE PRODUCT OF

A FRACTION AND A WHOLE

NUMBER

COMPATIBLE NUMBERS

 CATEGORY: IT'S PLAY TIME FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: TO MAKE A SET FOR A STAGE,YOU BOUGHT A PIECE OFLUMBER 10 FEET LONG.  HOWMANY FLOORBOARDS 2 1/4 FTLONG CAN YOU CUT FROMTHIS PIECE OF LUMBER? Response: 4 FLOORBOARDS
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 GAME NAME: SCOTT FORESMAN MATH 6TH DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 GUESS THE PRODUCT AND WIN A PRIZE! GUESS THE PRODUCT ESTIMATE THE PRODUCT.
 TIMES AND TIMES AGAIN TIMES AND TIMES FIND THE PRODUCT
 SPLIT IT UP SPLIT IT UP FIND THE QUOTIENT.
 EQUATION SITUATION EQUA- TION SITUATE SOLVE THESE EQUATIONS
 I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH WORDS PROBLEM WITH WORDS ANSWER THESE WORD PROBLEMS.
 A MIXED BAG OF TRICKS MIXED BAD OF TRICKS ANSWER THESE RANDOM QUESTIONS.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 1

2 3/4 × 8 9/11

27

6/7 × 7/8

3/4

3 ÷ 1/2

6

3/8 M = 2/8

M = 2/3

ROSEMARY HAS A PLANT

THAT WAS 2 3/8 INCHES. THE

NEXT MONTH IT WAS 3 7/8

INCHES.  ABOUT HOW MANY

INCHES DID IT GROW IN THAT

MONTH?

5 3/10 - 3 1/2

1 4/5

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 2

7 1/3 × 6 4/5

49

3 2/5 × 1 3/17

4

6 ÷ 3/4

8

7/15 N = 7/10

N = 1 1/2

IT TAKES 5/6 OF AN HOUR TO

MAKE A HAT.  HOW MANY

HOURS DOES IT TAKE TO

MAKE 30 HATS?

25 HOURS

X + 2/3 = 4 1/3

X = 3 2/3

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS

Response 3

7 7/8 × 6 1/3

48

5/8 × 3 3/5

2 1/4

4/5 ÷ 4/7

1 2/5

11/12 Y = 2/3

Y = 8/11

BRIAN HAS 1/8 CUP OF

RHUBARB, 1 1/2 CUPS OF

APPLES, AND 2 1/4 CUPS OF

CHERRIES.  HOW MANY CUPS

OF FRUIT DOES HE HAVE?

3 7/8 CUPS

8/9 / 2/11 OR 8/9 ÷ 2/11

4 8/9

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS

Response 4

3/4 × 245

180

6 1/3 × 1 2/19

7

6 1/4 ÷ 6 2/3

15/16

2 1/4 C = 2 1/3

C = 1 1/27

DEREK GREW 2 3/8 INCHES

OVER THE PAST YEAR.  HE IS

NOW 54 1/4 INCHES TALL. HOW

TALL WAS HE LAST YEAR?

WRITE AND SOLVE AN

EQUATION.

H + 2 3/8 = 54 1/4;

H = 51 7/8 INCHES

2 1/4 P = 1 1/8

P = 1/2

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS

Response 5

5/6 × 304

250

5/12 × 3/10

1/8

2 2/3 ÷ 6 2/5

5/12

7 1/3 D = 1 5/6

D = 1/4

AT THE COUNTRY FAIR, LUNA

SOLD FOUR TIMES AS MANY

PINS AS PAT DID.  IF PAT SOLD

4 1/2 DOZEN, HOW MANY PINS

DID LUNA SELL?

18 DOZEN OR 216 PINS

3 2/3 × 2 1/11

7 2/3

 CATEGORY: IT'S PLAY TIME FINAL JEOPARDY!® CLUE: TO MAKE A SET FOR A STAGE,YOU BOUGHT A PIECE OFLUMBER 10 FEET LONG.  HOWMANY FLOORBOARDS 2 1/4 FTLONG CAN YOU CUT FROMTHIS PIECE OF LUMBER? Response: 4 FLOORBOARDS
 JEOPARDY! is a registered trademark of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. © 2010 Jeopardy Productions, Inc. All Rights reserved. Classroom Jeopardy! © Educational Insights