# eQuizShow

## End of Year Math

### Line Plots and Bar Graphs

Question: Describe what a line plot is and what it looks like.
Answer: A line plot is a graph that display data collected.  It has a line, X's to represent the data, and numbers.

Question: What is the difference between a bar graph and pictograph graph?
Answer: A bar graph uses bars or squares to show the data while a pictograph uses drawings or pictures.

Question: Look at the line plot below that shows the number of siblings a group of students have.  Then answer the question. How many students have 2 siblings?

Question: Draw a bar graph for the data below about favorite ice cream flavors.

4 students like chocolate best.
3 students like vanilla best.
6 students like chocolate chip best.
2 students like coffee bean best.
3 students like strawberry best.

Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at your bar graph and let you know if you were successful!

Question: Look at the pictograph below about favorite sports and answer the question below. How many more people like basketball than volleyball?

### Shapes

Question: What shape has 3 vertices and edges?

Question: What shape is seen below? Question: What shape has four sides, but some are straight while others are slanted? Question: How many angles does this shape below have? Question: Draw a cube.
Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at it and see if you were successful!

### Fractions

Question: What is the most important thing we need to remember about fractions?
Answer: The parts or pieces need to be equal.

Question: What fraction do you see shaded below? Question: Draw the fraction 1/4.
Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at your drawing and see if you were successful.

Question: Come to the board and divide these two shapes into thirds.  Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at your work and see if you were successful.

Question: What fraction of our classroom are boys?  Write the fraction using numbers and words.

### Area: Rows and Columns

Question: Using your hands show me which way a column goes.

Question: How many rows and columns do you see if this shape? Answer: 2 rows and 4 columns

Question: Partition a rectangle into 3 rows and 5 columns.
Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at your drawing and see if you were successful.

Question: Look at this rectangle below.  Tell me how many rows and columns it has. Then find the total number of smaller squares. Answer: 3 rows and 6 columns.  18 squares total

Question: Divide a rectangle into any number of rows and columns that you and your group decide together.  Then tell me how many smaller squares you made and a multiplication problem to describe it.
Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at your work and see if you were successful.

Question: This array shows 3 rows of 4 grandmothers.  How many grandmothers in all? Question: Draw an array that shows 5 rows of 2.
Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at your array and see if you were successful.

Question: Write an addition sentence for the array you see below. Answer: 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 16

Question: Draw an array for 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2.  Then write a multiplication problem to describe the array.
Answer: Miss Ernstberger will look at your array and see if you were successful.

Question: Look at the array.  Write a repeated addition problem and multiplication problem for it.

Then write the TAFy fact for both the addition and multiplication problems. Answer: 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 = 24  or 3 x 8 = 24

8 + 8 + 8 = 24 or 8 x 3 = 24