Math by Kahoot! – Number Systems

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Number Systems: Common Factors and Multiples

#NumberSystems #grade6 #math. Find the #greatestcommonfactor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100 and the #leastcommonmultiple of two whole numbers less than or equal to 12. Based on Common Core Standard #6.NS.B.4

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  1. What is the least common multiple of 6 and 8?
  2. What is the greatest common factor of 64 and 28?
  3. Factors are numbers that are multiplied together to obtain a given number.
  4. Bus #1 arrives every 15 min. #2 arrives every 25 min.How often do they arrive at the same time?
  5. What is the LCM of 6, 9, and 10?
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Number Systems: Decimal Operations

#NumberSystems #grade6 #math. Fluently #add, #subtract, #multiply, and #divide multi-digit #decimals using the standard #algorithm for each operation. Based on Common Core Standard #6.NS.B.3

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  1. Liz can buy movie tickets for $8.25. Her dad gave her $20. How many tickets can she buy?
  2. Susan bought a purse for $16.90 and a pair of shoes for $44.30. How much money did she spend?
  3. What number can be multiplied by 3.6 to give the product of 16.2?
  4. Choose the correct answer.
  5. Lee has $35. He buys a hat for $17 and a soda for $1. 49. How much money does he have left?
  6. … and 7 more awesome questions! Check them out by clicking “Play”.

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Number Systems: Dividing Multi-Digit Numbers

#NumberSystems #grade6 Fluently #divide #multi-digit #numbers using the standard #algorithm. Based on Common Core standard #6.NS.B.2

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  1. Choose the correct answer.
  2. A cake will serve 80 people. If 746 people are expected, how many cakes need to be ordered?
  3. Sue rode her bike 72 miles in 12 days. How many miles did she ride each day?
  4. Choose the correct answer.
  5. Jo made $329 for mowing 7 lawns last week. How much did he get paid per lawn?
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Number Systems: Positive and Negative Numbers

#NumberSystems #grade6 #math Understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having #opposite directions or values; use #positive and #negative numbers to represent quantities in real-world contexts. Based on CCS #6.NS.C.5 #6.NS.C.6.

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  1. What integer represents a loss of 10 pounds?
  2. What integer represents a gain of 6 yards?
  3. What two integers is -1.5 between on a number line?
  4. What is used to represent a boat sitting at sea level?
  5. … and 5 more awesome questions! Check them out by clicking “Play”.

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Number Systems: The Coordinate Plane

#NumberSystems #CoordinatePlane #grade6 #math kahoot. Solve real-world and mathematical problems by #graphing points in all four #quadrants of the coordinate plane. Based on Common Core Standard #6.NS.C.8

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  1. Find the area of the rectangle.
  2. What are the coordinates for point A?
  3. What are the coordinates for point H?
  4. Rectangle LMNO has vertices L(-3,2), M(3,2), N(3,-2), and O(-3,-2). Find the perimeter.
  5. In which quadrant is the point (-1, -8) located?
  6. … and 8 more awesome questions! Check them out by clicking “Play”.