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THIS IS 4th Math With Your Host A B C D E 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Mr. James described a number pattern as “start with 2 and multiply each number by 3 to get the next number.” Which number pattern is Mr. James is describing? A. 2, 5, 8, 11 B. 2, 5, 15, 45 C. 2, 6, 12, 24 D. 2, 6, 18, 54 A 100 D. 2, 6, 18, 54 A 100 Rocco made this pattern. 53, 48, 43, 38 Which describes the rule for Rocco’s pattern? A.subtract 15 B. subtract 10 C. subtract 5 D. subtract 3 A 200 C. subtract 5 A 200 Courtney starts with 12 birdhouses. She makes three new birdhouses each week. Which pattern shows the number of birdhouses Courtney has at the end of the each week? A. B. C. D. 3, 6, 9, 12 3, 15, 27, 39 12, 15, 18, 21 12, 24, 36, 48 A 300 C. 12, 15, 18, 21 A 300 Jim’s and Sarah’s total savings at the end of each week are shown in the table. QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. The pattern of savings continues. Which statement about their savings is true? A. Jim will have $1 less than Sarah at the end of week 4. B. Sarah will have saved more money than Jim at the end of week 4. C. Jim will have saved more money than Sarah at the end of week 4. D. Sarah and Jim will have saved the same amount at the end of week 4. A 400 C. Jim will have saved more money than Sarah at the end of week 4. A 400 Lyn and Kris were picking up pine cones. Every 15 minutes they counted to check the total number of pine cones they had picked up. The chart shows their results. Which statement is true according to the data in the chart? A. Kris always picked up 8 more pine cones than Lyn. B. Kris and Lyn picked up the same number of pine cones every 15 minutes. C. Kris picked up fewer pine cones than Lyn. D. Kris picked up twice as many pine cones as Lyn. A 500 D. Kris picked up twice as many pine cones as Lyn. A 500 Mai Lee is buying notebooks. The first notebook costs $0.78 and each additional notebook costs $0.22. Which table shows the cost of the notebooks? A B C D B 100 B. B 100 Susan saved 50 bottle caps for her school. She plans to save 2 more bottle caps each week. Which expression tells the total number of bottle caps Susan saves after w weeks? A. 50 + 2w B. 50 + 2 + w C. 50w + 2 D. 50w + 2w B 200 A. 50 + 2w B 200 DAILY Place A Wager DOUBLE C 400 Scott added seven to a number, and the answer was less than 12. Which inequality represents this situation? A. B. C. D. B 300 D. B 300 Alice has 12 markers. Ben has half as many markers as Alice. M is the number of markers that Ben has. Which equation can Ben use to find the number of markers that he has? A. B. C. D. 12 ÷ 2 = M 12 + 2 = M 12 × 2 = M 12 – 2 = M B 400 A. 12 ÷ 2 = M B 400 Anthony’s family plants 15 trees each weekend. Construct a table showing the total number of trees Anthony’s family planted after 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 weekends. Describe the pattern that tells the number of trees that the family has planted. If t is the total number of trees planted and w is the number of weeks, write an expression for the total number of trees, t, that are planted after w weeks. If the pattern continues, how many trees will have been planted after 9 weeks? ________ Show or explain how you found your answer. B 500 Students need to construct a table that shows weeks in one column and the total number of trees planted in the other column. To find the total number of trees that are planted each week, students can multiply the week number by 15 (the number of trees planted each week), or add 15 to the number of trees planted in the previous week. For example, for week 1, the total number of trees planted is (1 x 15 = t). For week 2, the number of trees planted is (2 x 15 = 30). To write this rule as a number sentence, students need to substitute w for ‘week’ and t for “total number of trees” . To find the total number of trees, t, after the 9th week, students need to substitute 9 for w in the expression, (9 x 15 = 135). Students could also continue the pattern in their table by adding 15 each week until they get to 9 weeks. B 500 A theater has 14 rows of seats. Each row has the same number of seats. The theater has a total of 168 seats. Which equation can be used to find the number of seats, s, in each row? A. B. C. D. 168 × 14 = s 14 × s = 168 168 – s = 14 14 + s = 168 C 100 B. 14 × s = 168 C 100 The graph shows Beth’s earnings while babysitting. Which statement describes how Beth’s total earnings change as the number of hours of babysitting increases? A. For every hour, the amount she earns doubles. B. For every five hours, the amount she earns increases by $1. C. For every five hours, the amount she earns increases by $10. D. For every hour, the amount she earns increases by $5. C 200 D. For every hour, the amount she earns increases by $5. C 200 Matt recorded the total number of pennies he has saved at the end of each week in the table shown. Each week, Matt doubles the number of pennies he has saved. He forgot to record the total number of pennies in week 2 and week 4. Which completed table shows the correct number of pennies for weeks 2 and 4?. C 300 C 300 Last summer, Max earned 5 stickers for every book he read. He earned 40 stickers in all for reading books. Which number sentence could be used to find b, the number of books Max read? A. b ÷ 5 = 40 B. 5 + b = 40 C. b - 5 = 40 D. 5 x b = 40 C 400 D. 5 x b = 40 C 400 The table shows the number of cans of paint Joe used to paint benches. Qui ckT ime™ and a T IFF (Uncompres sed) dec ompres sor are needed to s ee this pic ture. How many benches can he paint with 8 cans of paint? ___ Use pictures, words or numbers to explain how you found the number of benches. C 500 The number of benches is twice (two times) the number of cans: 22 = 4, 42 = 8, 62 = 12. Qui ckT ime™ and a T IFF (Uncompres sed) dec ompres sor are needed to s ee this pic ture. So, when there are 8 cans, there are 16 benches. 16 benches. The pattern is that you multiply the number of cans by 2 to get the number of benches you can paint. 8 × 2 = 16 16 benches. The table shows that the number of benches goes up by 4 so I added 12 + 4 = 16. 16 benches. The number of cans is doubled to get the number of benches. 8 + 8 = 16. The focus of this task is to provide evidence of analyzing, extending and describing patterns. The response correctly identifies the number of benches and provides adequate support to explain how to find the C 500 answer. The table below shows the amounts of money needed to park for different numbers of minutes. Each 6 minutes costs the same amount of money. How much money will it cost to park for 60 minutes? A. 50 cents B. 55 cents C. 65 cents D. 72 cents D 100 A. 50 cents D 100 Angelina wrote the number pattern below. 101, 122, 143, 164, 185, ? She adds the same number each time to find the next number in the pattern. What is the next number in Angelina’s pattern? D 200 206 D 200 The total cost of 2 pencils is 30¢. Each pencil costs the same amount. What is the total cost of 3 pencils? A. 15¢ B. 33¢ C. 45¢ D. 90¢ D 300 C. 45¢ D 300 Pedro wrote the number sentences below. 36 = x 4 ¾x ∆ = 18 The value of the same in both sentences. Both of Pedro’s number sentences are true. What is the value of ∆? D 400 2 D 400 Shannon made the map below to show the towns on Pine Island. She marked the distance, in inches, between Stanford and Hillcrest on the map. About how many miles is Stanford from Hillcrest? A. 15 B. 30 C. 35 D. 45 D 500 D. 45 D 500 The table below shows the different numbers of boxes that are needed to hold different numbers of jars. Each box holds the same number of jars. How many jars does each box hold? A. 6 B. 8 C. 10 D. 12 E 100 A. 6 E 100 It costs $10 to rent a bicycle for 1 hour. It then costs $5 for each additional hour. How much money will it cost to rent a bicycle for 8 hours. A. $40 B. $45 C. $50 D. $55 E 200 B. $45 E 200 It costs $10 to rent a bicycle for 1 hour. It then costs $5 for each additional hour. Which table shows the cost to rent a bicycle for up to 4 hours. E 300 E 300 What is the missing number in this function table? A. 15 x 12 15 18 30 y 6 9 12 ? B. 18 C. 21 D. 24 E 400 D. 24 E 400 What is the rule of this function? A. y = x + 2 B. y = 2x C. y = x - 2 QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. D. y = x ÷ 2 E 500 B. y = 2x X Y 0 0 1 2 2 4 3 6 4 8 5 10 E 500 The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin Mrs. Fagan wrote this function table on the board. x y 3 5 8 12 15 25 60 What is the rule of the function? What is the missing number in the table? If y = 75, how can you find x? What is x? 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