Math Review 1
Math Review 2
Figurative Language
Main Idea
Mystery
100

What type of triangle has no equal sides?

A Scalene Triangle

100

What is a parallelogram?  Name one example.

A shape in which the opposite sides are parallel and equal.

Square, Rectangle, Rhombus

100

What type of figurative language uses like or as to compare 2 things?

A Simile

100

What is the theme of a text?

The underlying meaning or message

100

What does the word contrast mean?

to give the differences

200

The symbol ≥ means?


greater than or equal to

200

What type of angle is less than 90 degrees and what type of angle is more than 90 degrees?

Acute Angle is less than 90

Obtuse is more than 90

200

What type of figurative language is an extreme exaggeration?

Hyperbole

200

What is the conflict of a fictional text?

The problem that leads to the climax in the story?

200

Main Idea Question from Mrs. Evans

300

2/3 divided by 6/7, in simplest form

7/9

300
What is the area of a triangle with a base of 20 meters and a height of 12 meters?
120 meters squared
300

What is it called when the same letter is used at the beginning of several consecutive words?  She sells seashells down by the seashore

Alliteration

300

When do you use quotation marks in a passage?

To show dialogue, when someone is talking

300

Context Clues Question from Mrs. Evans

400

x +  37 = 84

What does x =

x = 47

400

If Mr. Nose wants to put up a garden fence around his rectangular garden.  The length of his garden is 65 ft. and the width is 24 ft, what is the perimeter?

178 ft.

400

The sun was a hot ball of fire.

What type of figurative language is this?

400

What type of text gives you facts and information on a non-fiction topic?

Informational Text

400

Main Idea Question from Mrs. Evans

500

(-15) * 3 = 

-45

500
What is a shape called that has 4 sides, 4 vertices, and 4 angles?

A quadrilateral

500

Hold your horses!

What type of figurative language is this?

500

What does it mean to infer something?

to deduce or conclude without giving the exact information in the text.  Using text evidence to reason and make predictions about what is happening in the text.

500

Context Clues Question from Mrs. Evans

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