Converting Fractions/Decimals
Area of Shapes
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Order of Operations
GT Bonus points
100

0.32 into fractions form 

32/100 

or 16/25

100
A square has one side measuring 5 feet. What is its area?
25 square feet
100
A triangle has angles measuring 30 degrees and 40 degrees. What is the measure of the third angle?
110 degrees
100
(30/5) + 2 * 3^2 =
24
100

What state is mr Eddie from?

Texas

200

60/144

0.41666

200
A triangle has a base of 6 inches and a height of 9 inches. What is its area?
27 square inches
200
Create a math magic trick that will always give me an answer of 5.


Hint: You start by adding , then multiply, then subtract, then divide... figure out the last part!

Rule of 6!

Add 6, multiply 6, subtract 6, divide 6, then subtract the number you started with...

200
(5 * 3)6 + 8/2 - 6 +3 =
91
200

Do you remember ONE of Mr. Eddies Dogs name?

Bruno; Bella; Polo; Lola; Benny

300

0.33 into fraction form ...

33/100

300

What is the area of a rectangle whose given side lengths are 8 cm and 12 cm?

96 square cm

300

I have 1 right angle, 2 other equal angles always of 45°, and 2 equal sides

Isosceles triangle

300
4 + 2(8^2 -4) - 20/2 =
470
300

Where was the first GT field trip too?

Roller Skating 

400

3/39 into decimal form...

round to the nearest hundredth...

0.0769


400
What is the area of a cube with faces equal to 3cm by 3cm?
54 square cm
400

Look at the board! 

400

9-3 ÷ 1/3 + 1

1

400

Free 400 Points! 

Take them they are yours :P

500

180/240

What is the percentage

75%

500

What is the area of a circle whose diameter is 26cm?

113.04 cm squared

500

Angles that adding up to a total of 90°

Complementary Angles

500

10 × 4 - 2 × (4² ÷ 4) ÷ 2 ÷ 1/2 + 9

41

500

Name all the GT Core Values, Give an example of a GT value that resonates with you the MOST

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