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MAT H CO M I C S

by Matt Friedman

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system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise,

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557 Broadway, New York, NY 10012.

Cover design by Gerard Fuchs

Interior design by Grafica, Inc.

Cover and interior illustrations by Miracle Studios

ISBN 0-439-15278-X

Copyright 2002 by Matt Friedman. All rights reserved.

Printed in the U.S.A.

TA B L E O F CONT E NT S

Introduction

Welcome to Mathtropolis! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

NCTM Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Skills Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Attributes of a Hero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

No Elbows on the Times Table . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Divided We Fall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

The Average Joe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Factor Fiction? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Greatest Common Hacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Least Common Criminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Stolen Powers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Fowl Fractions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Lights! Camera! Fraction! . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

The Incredible Shrinking Heroes . . . . . . . . . . 30

The Decimal Olympics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Mass-sters of Decimals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Troubles in Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

100% Danger! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

TA B L E O F CONT E NT S

Geometry and

Measurement

Polly GonnFramed!

Gone to Pieces . . . .

Area in Underland . .

Sphere of Heights . .

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I NT R O D U CT I ON

Welcome to Mathtropolis!

rely as much on their math

skills as their super powers!

Different Math Team members

review a variety of curricular

skills in the comic strips. Then, your

students help save the day by completing

the problem set at the end of the comic and

defeating the villain. Hey, how often do

your students get to solve math problems

and fight crime in the same day?

As students learn or review with each comic strip, youll see them conquer the fears and

insecurities they may have about math. Since many kids enjoy the comic strip and comic book

forms, these pages will provide you with a great way to encourage students to improve their

curricular skills.

During their adventures, your students will meet all six Math Team members. These

Team members have diverse personalities and areas of math expertise. Plus, the activities and

the characters blend of action and humor have been carefully crafted to engage and empower

girls and boys, math whizzes and math phobics.

By the end of the book, your students will have mastery over each heros super math

abilities, from whole number computation, fractions, and decimals to measurement and

geometry . . . and beyond.

Using This Book

The activity pages are divided into four main sections: Whole Number Computation, Fractions

and Decimals, Measurement and Geometry, and Mixed Skills. The table of contents gives you

a breakdown of which Math Team Adventures fall into which general skill category.

The Skills Chart provides a more detailed list of which skills are highlighted in each

activity. This chart also lists the supplementary skills needed to defeat the villain on any given

page. Finally, this chart lists the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

standards to which each activity correlates. (A complete listing of the NCTM standards can be

found on page 7.) Plus, if you want a quick reference for what skill is covered in a given

activity, look no further than the top of the comic-strip page!

As mentioned above, the hero or heroes of each comic strip provide math instruction and

work through a sample problem during their adventures. Then, the problem set gives students

their chance to save the day!

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your students help!

The math skills covered become increasingly challenging as students work from

the front of the book to its back. And within each problem set, the questions become

progressively more difficult to build confidence, understanding, and, finally, mastery.

Depending on your teaching goals for a given activity, you can even decide to allow

students to use a calculator.

Looking for the perfect way to use the Math Team in your class? There are a

number of approaches, including:

Independent work (in class, as homework, or for a students self-paced study)

Small-group work (mini-Math Teams work together to find solutions)

Whole-class work (your entire Math Team can work together to solve the problems)

For fun (assign students to speak the parts of different characters from the comic

strips)

Welcome Your Students to the Math Team!

A longtime comic-book reader and fan, and somewhat of a math-maniac, Ive combined

my two passions to create stories that students can both learn from and enjoy.

As your students begin their journey around the strange city of Mathtropolis,

please tell them, Welcome to the Math Teamwere counting on you!

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N CT M STA N DA R D S

Each Math Team Adventure corresponds with one or more of the teaching standards as delineated by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). The following list excerpts

NCTMs basic definitions of what instructional programs and materials for pre-kindergarten

through grade 12 should enable students to do. Use this list, as well as the Skills Chart on

page 9, to select pages and activities that will best fit the needs of your students.

understand numbers, ways of representing numbers, relationships among numbers, and

number systems;

understand meanings of operations and how they relate to one another;

compute fluently and make reasonable estimates.

2. ALGEBRA STANDARD

represent and analyze mathematical situations and structures using algebraic symbols;

use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships;

analyze change in various contexts.

3. GEOMETRY STANDARD

analyze characteristics and properties of two- and three-dimensional geometric shapes

and develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships;

specify locations and describe spatial relationships using coordinate geometry and other

representational systems;

apply transformations and use symmetry to analyze mathematical situations;

use visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve problems.

4. MEASUREMENT STANDARD

understand measurable attributes of objects and the units, systems, and processes of

measurement;

apply appropriate techniques, tools, and formulas to determine measurements.

formulate questions that can be addressed with data and collect, organize, and display

relevant data to answer them;

select and use appropriate statistical methods to analyze data;

develop and evaluate inferences and predictions that are based on data;

understand and apply basic concepts of probability.

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solve problems that arise in mathematics and in other contexts;

apply and adapt a variety of appropriate strategies to solve problems;

monitor and reflect on the process of mathematical problem solving.

make and investigate mathematical conjectures;

develop and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs;

select and use various types of reasoning and methods of proof.

8. COMMUNICATION STANDARD

organize and consolidate their mathematical thinking through communication;

communicate mathematical thinking and strategies of others;

use the language of mathematics to express mathematical ideas precisely.

9. CONNECTIONS STANDARD

recognize and use connections among mathematical ideas;

understand how mathematical ideas interconnect and build on one another to

produce a coherent whole;

recognize and apply mathematics in contexts outside of mathematics.

create and use representations to organize, record, and communicate

mathematical ideas;

select, apply, and translate among mathematical representations to solve

problems;

use representations to model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical

phenomena.

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S K I LL S CH A RT

TITLE

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MAIN FOCUS

ADDITIONAL

SKILLS

nctm

standards

Attributes of a Hero

10

Problem Solving,

Attributes

Logic,

Visual Discrimination

6,7,9,10

12

1,6,7,8

Divided We Fall

14

Multiplication, Measurement

1,6,8

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1,2,6,7

Factor Fiction?

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Factors of a Number

Multiplication, Division

1,6,8,9

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1,6,7,9

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Multiplication, Patterns

1,6,7,8,9

Stolen Powers

24

Exponents

Multiplication, Factors

1,2,7

Fowl Fractions

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1,2,6,9

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Fraction Multiplication

Simplest Form

1,2,6,7,9

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Reciprocals

Mixed Numbers,

Improper Fractions

1,2,9

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Decimal Addition

Place Value

1,2,4,6,7

Mass-sters of Decimals

34

Decimal Multiplication

1,2,4,6,8,9

Troubles in Store

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Money Computation

Decimal Addition,

Multiplication

1,2,6,7

100% Danger!

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Percent of a Number

Decimal Multiplication

1,2,6,9

Polly GonnFramed!

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Names of Polygons

Visual Discrimination

1,3

Gone to Pieces

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Tangrams

Visual Reasoning

3,6,7,10

Area in Underland

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Rectangles

Multiplication, Problem

Solving

14,68

Sphere of Heights

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Volume of a Sphere

Using a Formula, Pi

1,2,3,4,6,9

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Measurement Equivalents

Basic Operations,

Problem Solving

1,2,4,6,810

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Solving a Proportion

Scale, Ratio

1,2,4,6,8,9

Bugged by Pictographs

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Reading, Making a

Pictograph

Operations

1,2,5,6,9,10

Coordinated Clothing

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Following Directions

1,4,6

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Inverse Operations

1,2,6,7,9

Backward in Time

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Working Backward

Problem Solving,

Basic Operations

1,2,6,7,9

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Skill: ATTRIBUTES

Attributes of a Hero

Welcome to the Mathtropolis City Police Force!

This file contains information about the heroes youll be working side by side with:

the Math Team.

Weve given you a photo of each hero, and a list of information about their names

and abilities. In order to make sure this information doesnt fall into the wrong

hands, weve left it up to you to match the names and attributes with the photos.

Based on what you learn from each photo and from the clues, write the correct

heros name and exactly 3 attributes of that hero in the correct blanks.

HEROES NAMES

Stat Cat

Ms. Mathlete

Micro Man

Code Buster

HEROES ATTRIBUTES

Has the athletic ability of a feline.

identity.

His inhuman speech is understood only by Micro Man.

On catching a criminal, often plays off his code

name by saying the phrase, Youre busted!

knowledge of foreign languages is large.

Comes from a world where all people are twodimensional.

When removed from her belt, her mini vaulting

pole and other sports items grow to full size.

Olympics, she learned to speak many foreign

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Skill: Multiplication

Ms. Mathlete and Code Buster suddenly find themselves transported aboard a strange alien ship!

I do not

like the way

these creatures

are looking at us,

Ms. Mathlete!

Mmm. Why,

Saw-Tay. Its only

your first day as my

head chef and already

youre feeding me

humans. Delicious!

Me either,

Buster. Suddenly, I

know how it feels to

be a Big Mac!

No, Emperor

Gloo-Tonyou mustnt eat them. Theyre

here to help me

serve you!

Please, Ms. Mathlete. You must help me. As head chef, I must

determine the exact amount of food to serve Gloo-Ton and

his warriors at each meal. If I serve even a little bit too

much or too little, Iand youwill become the

emperors next meal!

Forget it!

Ewwwww! Then

wed better get

started.

who will eat

Zeldorian eggs.

Each alien gets 3

eggs.

Uh . . .

Ms. Mathlete?

Maybe we should

play along with

them. Yknow

for now.

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So, we

multiply 8 times 3

to find out how many eggs

well need in all:

8 x 3 eggs = 24 eggs

Lets start by giving this

fella his helping . . .

Keep it up,

guysor

were toast!

Mmm . . .

Toast.

N o E l b o ws o n t h e Ti m es Ta b l e

SAVE THE DAY! Multiply the amounts in each question to make sure Ms. Mathlete, Code

Buster, and Saw-Tay serve the correct amount of food. Now get cookin!

1. A total of 6 aliens will drink Jupiter juice.

in all? ___________________________________

they need in all? _________________________

Bhenn and Jeh-Rees Black Hole Crunch.

Each warrior will get 18 pints. Gloo-Ton

wants 23 times as much as each of his

salt on their Neptune noodles. Each needs

4 teaspoons of salt. How much salt will be

served in all? ____________________________

may create a black hole that swallows you

whole.

Crunch space cream to swallow himand

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take Galac-C vitamins with dinner. If each

__________________________________________

they need in all? _________________________

wings, and each alien gets 8 wings, how

I cant believe

he ate the

hole thing!

__________________________________________

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Skill: division

Divided We Fall

Give it up, Dividini.

Were returning all the

magic hats and rabbits

youve stolen, and bringing

you to jail!

No way

are we

going to

step into

your traps!

Puh-lease!

You know that, with

my skills as an escape

artist, I can break free of any

prison. But Ill tell you what: I

promise to turn myself in, and to

stay in jail, if each of you can

escape from one of my dropping

division traps.

Of course,

youll be a lot better

off if you can solve

them before you hit

the ground.

All you have to do to get free is

solve the division problems in

each of your traps.

Blast!

I cant reach my

size controls. Ill

have to solve his

problemand fast!

1,024 8 = 128

feet per second!

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D i v i d ed We Fa l l

SAVE THE DAY! Help the heroes escape by solving the division problems written on

their traps!

1. Polly Gonn: The mirror youre in has an

weigh 40 pounds.

numbers on it from 1 to 60. Say its

3-number combination to open it.

is 60 5 = _______________________________

C) The third number: 60 10 = _________

3. Jungle Jim: Youre wrapped in a total of

180 inches of chain.

(Remember, 1 foot = 12 inches.)

__________________________________________

all of the links, theyd measure 420 inches

long. If each links length would be 14

inches, how many links must there be?

bar. There are 14 discs of equal weight on

the bar. How much does each disc weigh?

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310 pounds, including the bar. There are

18 discs of equal weight on the bar. How

much does each disc weight?

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to a total of 1,890 days in jail. He stole 63

white rabbits and brown rabbits, and was

sentenced an equal number of days for

each one that he stole. How many days

was each sentence?

__________________________________________

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We dividedand

conquered!

will it take to drink up all of that water if

each one has 8 ounces? _________________

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Ms. Mathlete in . . .

Youre good, Ms.

Mathlete . . . but

theres a reason

Im the leagues

Most Valuable Play

. . . huh?!

never miss an easy dunk!

He does now,

thanks to me!

SPUHROINGGG!

Who is that?

the Average Joe!

Thats right.

Im using my powers

to change all of

basketballs superstars

into average scorers.

You must calculate the

mean number of points

scored by Slams

teammates in their most

recent game. If you fail

to do so by game time

tonight, Slam will stay

an average scorer

forever!

just a few minutes!

fast. To calculate the

mean of a group of

numbers . . . First add

up all the numbers

in the set. Then divide

by the number of

numbers in the set.

That quotient is

the mean.

points. First add: 18 + 23 + 11 + 4 + 15 + 29 = 100

points Then divide:

100 6 = 16.66666 . . .

Rounded to the

nearest tenth, thats

16.7 points. Heyit

worked! Im back!

Great!

Now all Ive

got to do is

save the

other players

whove been

attacked. Then

Ill settle the

score with the

Average Joe!

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T h e Av e ra g e J o e

SAVE THE DAY! Dont let basketballs greatest scorers become average players.

Calculate the average number of points scored by each players teammates.

1. Next, Joe goes after Sue Wish. To save

__________________________________________

__________________________________________

answer to B. (Dont forget to round to the

cant shoot it well until you average these

scores: 3, 10, 24, 6, 13, 18, 25, and 2.

__________________________________________

average, or mean, of the scores.

__________________________________________

you average these scores: 17, 5, 8, 14, 21,

5, 11, 9, and 8.

__________________________________________

him by finding the average of these teammates scores: 27, 19, and 24.

__________________________________________

average these scores of his teammates:

7, 16, 27, 22, and 22.

__________________________________________

Joe, she gives him the following puzzle:

The 7 players you attacked scored an

average of exactly 35 points tonight. Here

are 6 of the players scores: 42, 29, 33, 41,

35, and 38. How many points did the seventh player score? What should be Joes

answer? _________________________________

these scores: 15, 9, 13, 31, 6, and 12.

__________________________________________

Well, that

certainly wasnt

your average

adventure!

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Factor Fiction?

Welcome, my fearful friends,

to the game show where everybody loses

Factor Fiction! Im your host, Divider Dave.

And here are todays contestants, those

pesky do-gooders . . .

Heroes, Ive stolen something dear to each person in the

studioyou included. Ill ask you a series of factor questions.

For each one you answer correctly, a persons goodies are

returned. If you answer wrong, we destroy the stuff

by dividing it evenly into lots of pieces.

to play Factor

Fiction?

Do we have

a choice?

Not really!

youre playing to save

Kay Belles

big-screen TV. Is 4 a

factor of 12?

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Remember,

to find out if a number

is a factor of another

number, use division. If the

quotient is a whole number

with no remainder, the

number is a factor.

Thanks, Buster!

12 4 = 3.

3 is a whole number.

Yes, 4 is a factor of 12.

My TV! My beautiful,

beautiful TV!

Hmmmph.

So you got

one right. Theres

plenty more factor

fun to come, and my

saw and I will be

ready when you

heroes slip up!

Fa c t o r F i c t i o n ?

SAVE THE DAY! Answer the factor questions to prevent each persons stuff from being

split into pieces.

1. Code Buster is trying to save Ray Dios

_________________________________________

2. Stat Cat must protect Meg Ebites computer. The question: Is 6 a factor of 34?

_________________________________________

book collection. The question: Is 15 a

factor of 345? ___________________________

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21

33

63

Polly Gonn calls home? To do so, she

must list all of the factors of 48. What are

they? ___________________________________

challenge for you: He wont really give all of

pool table. The question: Is 39 a factor of

624? ____________________________________

6. Uh-oh! Divider Dave is making the questions tougher as the heroes begin playing

to save each others stuff. First, Pollys

playing for Busters collection of Code

Buster action figures. Circle the one num-

factors of 60! _____________________________

be forced to spend one year (365 days) in

jail watching reruns of bad game shows.

He must watch each game show for an

equal number of days, and must watch

more than one show. What is the greatest

number of days he could spend watching

1

12

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42

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Consider Daves

show cancelled!

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Jungle Jim in . . .

Inside Math Team headquarters,

Jungle Jim scans the city for any

signs of danger, when . . .

I, the Greatest

Common Hacker, now control all

of the Math Teams computers!

Now, before you can get me out

of your system . . .

Hrnnh? Roogah!

. . . Ill bring

you into mine! Youll

never stop the e-villains

Ive set against you.

Meanwhile, once Ive stolen

all of the important city

data from your computers,

Ill be virtually

unstoppable!

Youll never

get away with . . .

Hey! I can speak English.

It must be some weird side

effect of being pulled into

the video game.

those numbers greatest common factor, or GCF, written

on it! The GCF is the greatest factor shared by a given

set of numbers. First, Ill list all of the

factors of each number. Then Ill find the

greatest number thats a

factor of both!

Factors of 12: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12

Factors of 16: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16

The GCF of 12 and 16 is 4.

Im not bananasit worked!

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Whoa!

Im under attack

by that PunkEmon

Heat-a-chews

lightning blasts!

And this fire

extinguisher

isnt working!

Of course

the Greatest Common Hackers

name should have given him away.

There are numbers being formed by

the lightning blasts.

Eep! I know

I have to defeat this Monkey

Gong character, but it would be

a lot easier if he didnt look so

much like Uncle Grunk!

G re a t es t C o m m o n H a c k e r

SAVE THE DAY! Help Jungle Jim calculate the greatest common factor (GCF) of each

number pair so he doesnt have a systems crash!

1. The Monkey Gong apes barrels have the

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

number must be on the can of bug spray

Jim uses to shoo Spider-Mutt! ___________

_________________________________________

flying? __________________________________

Chomp-Man (14) try to take a bite out of

looking for? The Hacker couldnt hack it.

Can you? _______________________________

should appear on the sour pellets that

Game over!

the GCF of 22 and 88! ___________________

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OK, pal. Put

down the numbers from the

convenience store sign.

No can do,

Code Buster. Im one

of the Least Common

Criminals! And I wont leave

without the numbers 8 and

12. In fact, I have to . . .

. . . split! Ha!

Hrnnnh?

dozens of him now.

And each ones wearing a

multiple of 8 or 12or both!

How

do we tell

which is the real

one? Of course! He

said he was a Least

Common Criminal! Ill

bet the one whos

wearing the least common multiple of 8

and 12 is the real

criminal!

To find the

least common multiple

(LCM) of two or more numbers,

start listing the multiples of

each number. The lowest

number thats a multiple of

both numbers is the LCM!

Multiples of 8: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, . . .

Multiples of 12: 12, 24, 36, 48, . . .

The lowest number thats

a multiple of both is 24!

Good

work,

Jim!

rrnk Oo!

Arunng!

Now,

wed better warn

the rest of the Team!

I have a feeling that

theres more than one

Least Common Criminal on

the prowl tonight!

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L e a s t C o m m o n C ri m i n a l s

SAVE THE DAY! Use the numerical clues in each question to calculate the LCM and help

the heroes catch each Least Common Criminal! Start by listing the first five multiples of

both numbers. If you dont find a common multiple, list a few more multiples of each.

1. Stat Cat spots a Least Common Criminal

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

is the one whos wearing the LCM of

4 and 6. What is the LCM? ______________

cream from the 21 Flavors store! Help

Code Buster stop him cold by calculating

the LCM of 14 and 21. __________________

Alley Cats Bowling Bonanza. Help Polly

pin down the real criminal by finding the

LCM of 3, 8, and 10. ____________________

the clocks that read 9:15 at the SecondHand Clock Shop. Catch the clock crimi-

_________________________________________

basketball player Kent Miss after he

scored 27 points and had 9 rebounds in

one game. To catch the real kidnapper,

the criminals numbers is 26. The others

is a two-digit odd number. What is the

second criminals prisoner number?

_________________________________________

and 9. __________________________________

and 22ND St. have been stolen by the

criminal wearing the LCM of 6 and 22.

Looks

like those

multiple menaces

will be doing

times!

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Skill: Exponents

Stolen Powers

Code Buster, are you

all right? How did

this guy get into our

headquarters?

He stole my

code-busting

powers!

Thats right. Im the Power Plant.

I used my exponential powers to steal Busters

powers. Then I used them to crack the secret code

to get into your headquarters. Ill keep stealing

heroes powers

until

I2 rule

this city!

3

5

4

6

4 2 5 7 3

Incredible!

By chanting exponential

numbers, hes stolen all of our

powers and abilities!

your powers for an hour, theyre mine

forever! With the Math Team powerless,

the time is ripe for me to . . .

Strike!

URNNNK!

Look out!

could steal our super

powers just by saying

exponential powers,

maybe we can get them

back by saying the

numbers in standard

form!

625!

An exponent

tells how many times a

base number is multiplied

by 4itself. The Plant said

5 when he pointed at

Micro Man.

Now, if youll

excuse me, I have

a city to rule!

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base, is multiplied by

itself 4 times:

5 x 5 x 5 x 5 = 625.

Say it, Micro Man!

Its working!

Lets get the rest

of our powers back.

Then we can shut down

the Power Plant

for good!

S t o l e n P o w e rs

SAVE THE DAY! Help the Math Team and other heroes get their powers back by writing

the standard form of each exponential number.

1. To get Ms. Mathletes powers back, find

3

the Power Plant, hes stolen powers from three

3

_________________________________________

1

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

50

7. Iguanaman: 1 =

_________________________________________

3

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

0

_________________________________________

2. Jungle Jim is just an ape who cant calculate until you figure out the standard

5

their powers back before they capture the

Power Plant. How would you write 121 as

cat-like powers and her statistics skills.

__________________________________

2

sentenced to 81 years in jail. Can you

her geometric powers back by finding the

6

_________________________________________

bust. Help him get back to full strength

4

was power mad!

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Fowl Fractions

In the kitchen of the Math

Teams headquarters . . .

Look

out for that

baster, Buster!

Hey,

turkey! Why have you

dressed up turkeys to look

like our teammates? Where are

the real heroes?

Call me

the Fowl Player. As

for what Ive done to

your friends . . .

. . . does that

answer your

question?

mistake, and youre both out of clucker, luck. Now, put

2

cups more flour than bacon bits into my gravy mix

3

1

ture. Theres

cup of bacon bits in the gravy.

4

Gobble!

Well

do the baste

we can!

Whoa!

That was

for the

birds!

Aaaa!

To add two fractions, find the least

common multiple of the two

denominatorsthe lowest common

denominator (LCD). Then rename

both fractions so each has the

LCD as its denominator. Once

youve renamed both

fractions, add the

numerators and

put the sum over

their common

denominator.

None of your

friends was able to follow my fraction recipes

for making the perfect

turkey dinner. If you fail,

you will stay a birdbrain,

too. Do a good job and Ill

turn them back to normal.

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1

+ 32

The LCD of 4 and 3 is 12.

1

4

2

3

3

12

x

x

3

4

4

8

12

=

=

=

12

8

12

11

12

11

Well need

12 of

a cup of flour.

cookingor become

victims of fowl play!

F o w l F ra c t i o n s

SAVE THE DAY! Calculate how much of each food that the Fowl Player wants in his

fraction feast.

1. The Fowl Player always puts 25 of a pound 5. The Fowl Player tells Buster to fill a glass

more chocolate chips than marshmallows

1

of a pound of

in his salad. He used

2

marshmallows. Add the two fractions to

4

9 of the way with cider, then another 16 of

4 + 1

9 6 ? _________________________________

chips to use.

5

3

of one leg, then

of the other.

eats

11

10

How much less of the second leg did he

denominator (LCD) of the two fractions?

multiple of 5 and 2.) ____________________

7

7. For dessert, the Fowl Player wants

of

15

3

of a pecan pie.

a pumpkin pie and

10

What total fraction of a pie will he eat?

_________________________________________

7

2. He likes to eat

of a bowl of sardine

12

1

of a

soup, followed by

6

Swiss-cheese soup. Add

bowl more of

7

1

and

to find

12

6

7

The Fowl Player likes

of a teaspoon of

8

Stat Cat eats

9

5

less of a plate than that. Jim

Man eats

12

3.

4

of a teaspoon less of honey in them. What

7 3

4 ? ______________________

is

8

4

of an hour more than that to bake

then

7

1 + 4

7 ?

the sweet potatoes. What is

3

13

more of a plate than Micro did.

eats

18

eat? _____________________________________

I guess

alls well that

eats well!

_________________________________________

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Rrrowr!

What happened,

Ms. Mathlete? One

minute, we were watching

Curse of the Scarewolf

on TV . . . now were

inside the movie!

still got the

remote control.

Zap us out of

here!

Dont

do something

youll regret.

Somewhere on the

screen is a fraction

multiplication

problem.

channel number you can safely

press. Hit the incorrect number and

youll be trapped in that movie . . .

forever!

I, Fritz

Fraction, head

of Fraction Features,

have cast you in my

ultimate horror film.

Youll battle the

greatest horror

movie villains

of all time!

fraction, first write the whole number as the

numerator of a fraction and 1 as its denominator.

Then multiply numerator by numerator and

denominator by denominator. Finally, write

the product in simplest form by dividing

both numerator and denominator by the

two parts greatest

common factor.

15 x

15

5

3

on it.

=

45

Factors of 5: 1, 5

_45

___________5

__

5 5

= 9

Hey,

were on

the set of

Mess-a-me

Street! Well

be safe

here!

Hey,

Stinkalotamus!

Lets say Hello to

our new friends!

Bravo,

heroes. But

I think our

audience would

much rather

see you on

channel 17.

Channel 17 ? But

thats where theyre

showing . . .

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. . . The Fraction-stein

Monster!

L i g ht s ! Ca m e ra ! F ra c t i o n !

SAVE THE DAY! Dont just sit there eating popcorn! Multiply fractions to help

Ms. Mathlete and Stat Cat pick safe channel numbers!

1. As the Fraction-stein monster attacks,

4

28.

problem on an operating table:

7

32. _____________

number that equals

8

denominator. ____________________________

and denominator times denominator.

_________________________________________

zombies in Night of the Living Head, Ms.

Mathlete and Stat Cat get away by solving

3

80. __________________

this problem: 10

6. ______________________

by solving 12

_________________________________________

simplest form. If its denominator is one,

rewrite the numerator as a whole number.

_________________________________________

Which Witch Is Which? to cast a spell that

traps Fritz in the TV . . . and sets Stat Cat

and Ms. Mathlete free! Fritz must multiply

30 by a fraction to get a product of 14. The

heroes then leave Fritz inside an episode of

84.

should go to next by multiplying

4

_________________________________________

inside the movie Drabula, Lord of the

and cut.

thats a wrap!

5

the problem

9

number can they safely escape? _________

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Skill: Reciprocals

At the Gleeful Toy Manufacturers. . .

Mrs. Gleeful,

I cant tell you how honored we are

that your company wants to make Math

Team Action Figures. Its our

dream come true!

Its my

pleasure,

Pol . . . eh?!

Humans! I,

the Living Doll, am sick of

people treating my kind as

playthings! Lets see how you

like being made into toys!

5

3

Shrink to . . .

!

! . . . of

19

7

your normal sizes!

get that shrinking ray away from

the Doll. Ill bet if we set it to the

reciprocal of the fraction that he

shrunk each person to, we can return

them to their normal sizes!

you in here for safekeeping.

Dont get too comfortable,

though. When I come back, youll

have lots of companythe entire

citys population!

Wed better

work fast! To

find a fractions

reciprocal:

Flip the

numerator and

the denominator.

If the

answer is an

improper fraction,

convert it to a

mixed number.

Find the fraction

in simplest

form.

5

of

19

19

19

4

= 3

5

5

4

If we set the ray to 3

,

shell

5

be back to normal size.

5

19

Good try,

but youre

too little,

too late!

Hahahaha!

2

4

! !

11

17

Urnnnnkk

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Thats great,

guys! Now, does

anyone have any ideas

for how were going to

get that shrinking ray

away from the Living

Doll?

T h e I n c re d i b l e S h r i n k i n g H e r o es

SAVE THE DAY! The fractions below show the factor by which the Living Doll has shrunken different people. Find the reciprocal of each one so our heroes can bring the person

back to full sizethat is, if they can get past the cat!

1. Polly Gonn: Find the reciprocal of 37

denominator: ____________________________

the cat, and sets it to 31

3

so large that the Doll must reduce it to

_________________________________________

3

s

Your answer to B should be

7

reciprocal!

2

2. Code Buster: Find the reciprocal of

11 .

2

? ___________

Whats the reciprocal of 31

3

_________________________________________

.

to 7

11

about 40 feet tall, Mrs. Gleeful captures

3.

_________________________________________

4.

1

Lois Hite: Find the reciprocal of

6 .

_________________________________________

? ________________________________

of 7

11

5

__________________________________

18 .

12

.

6. Lil Shorter: Find the reciprocal of 25

_________________________________________

To Find a Mixed Numbers Reciprocal:

Convert the mixed number into an improper

We are not to

be toyed with!

fraction.

Then flip the numerator and the denominator.

2

38

=

Example: 4

9

9

38

38

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Micro Man in . . .

Micro

Man, I cant

thank you enough!

Only you, with your

amazing powers,

can help us!

No thanks

are necessary.

Im glad I

can . . .

your Decimal Olympics!

Whoa!

who gets the gold medals based on each

competitors scores in the different events.

Were just in time for the roll vault finals!

Soon . . .

You must

add up the total

decimal heights

that each competitor jumps in all

three of their

tries.

Lee Purr

jumped .172, .095,

and .15 meters. Hi Jumparr

vaulted .125, .13, and .164 meters.

To calculate the total distance each

jumped, first line up the decimal points.

To make for easier adding, Ill place

zeroes to the right of the decimals that

dont have as many places.

Lee

Hi

.1 7 2

.1 2 5

.09 5

.1 3 0

+ .1 5 0 + .1 6 4

.4 1 7

.4 1 9

.417, Hi Jumparr wins!

Amazing

he made it,

.1 72 meters!

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If you

can keep this up for

the rest of the

competitions, youll

deserve a medal,

Micro Man!

SAVE THE DAY! Help Micro Man add and subtract decimals to determine the winner of

each Decimal Olympic event!

1. The womens .75-meter runners finished

in these times:

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

toothpicks).

A) .25684 to .40684

B) .25684 to .25669

C) .25684 to .25579

D) .25684 to .25834

for contestants to try to carry. Calculate

the total weight lifted by each finalist.

They

were the number .1

athletes in the

world!

Total weight: ____________________________

pounds (lbs.)? ___________________________

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The Math Team has tracked

the Mass-sters of Menace

to a secret MATHA* base

splitting up. Each of us will teleport

to a different planet.

the Math Team.

Theyve found

us!

Theyre

getting away!

Transportation Headquarters Area

space gear. Then input your weight

into a teleportational device and

itll take you to the same

planet as one of

the Mass-sters!

why do I have such a bad

feeling in my stomach?

Wow! Pluto! It

figures Id end up on the

smallest plan . . . AAA!!

K-ZZZap!

of the Mass-sterswill teleport back

to Earth. There, well destroy the teleport machines, trapping your entire team

in space forever! Too bad you probably

dont know what your weight is on

Pluto, or you mightve made it back!

on Pluto, multiply its Earth

weight by .0021. When multiplying with decimals, count

the total number of places

to the right of the decimal in

both factors. Thats how

many places should be to the

right of the decimal in the

product. I weigh 32.5 pounds

on Earth when Im this height.

32.5

x.0021

.06825

Noooooo!

I cant let him destroy

those machines!

I must input my

correct weight on

this planet.

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back on earth. . .

One of them made

it back. Stop him,

quickly!

1 place to

the right of

the decimal

+ 4 places

5 places

Made it!

Now, if only

I can hold off

the Mass-sters

until the others

get backif

they get

back!

T h e M a s s - s t e rs o f D e c i m a l s

SAVE THE DAY! The chart tells you what to multiply an objects Earth weight by to get

its weight on other planets. Calculate the weight that each hero must input into her or his

teleporter to get back to Earth.

Multiply

objects Earth

weight by . . .

.38

.91

.38

2.36

.92

.89

1.12

.0021

To get

objects

weight on . . .

Mercury

Venus

Mars

Jupiter

Saturn

Uranus

Neptune

Pluto

weighs 162.54 pounds on Earth. What

does she weigh on Mars? _______________

6. The Math Team returns before the Masssters can destroy the teleporters. Now, the

villains teleport to Uranus. The Math Team,

except for Micro Man, teleports after them.

The Mass-sters weigh 148, 194, 206, 159,

A) By what factor should she multiply

her Earth weight to find her weight on

Neptune? ______________________________

jump onto one teleporter, and destroy the

rest. What was their combined weight on

Uranus? _______________________________

what does she weigh on Neptune? _______

into a jail cell, trapping the villains upon

280.3 pounds on Earth. What weight

must he type into the teleporter to get

back to Earth? _________________________

two-dimensional, she only weighs 65.2

members have only one teleporter to use

now, what is their combined weight on

Uranus? _______________________________

On separate paper: What would your weight

be on each of the other planets?

Saturn? ________________________________

weighs 185.69 pounds on Earth. What

When I was

stuck on Jupiter,

I couldnt weight

to get back!

________________________________________

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Troubles in Store

Minutes later . . .

Heyyyy!

Lookin good. Now

what should we call

you? Clark Chimp?

Bruce Vine?

Im glad

you finally

agreed to come

here, Jim. Its

about time we

created a

secret

identity

for you.

Say,

whats with the

huge line?

Look, Im sorry

Mr. Muscular. But the

Overloader busted in

here earlier and messed

up all our registers.

We cant ring

anyone up!

this new pump to inflate

my other arm, how will I

be able to strike fear

into the hearts of

evildoers?!

Calm down,

Muscles.

My pal here

can add up

everyones

bills.

a job for . . .

Jungle Jim!

Arunng!

Awesome!

Think you can

help me out with

the rest of the

customers? These

heroes look mad

enough to become

villains!

Jim, add these up:

one arm pump for $23.95,

a copy of Superhero Today

magazine for $2.75, and Breath

Tamer spray for $2.19.

Total?

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Hrrngh!

T ro u b l e s i n St o re

SAVE THE DAY! Calculate each heros total bill. Line up the decimals of each amount

before adding or subtracting.

1. The Human Thumb needs to get her

hands on:

5-gallons of nail polish $25.00

1 tube of Blisterex hand balm $16.00

Total cost: ______________________________

than one of the same item. First multiply each

items price by the number of that item being

purchased. Add up the total amounts spent on

each item to get the total cost.

Heat vision glasses $7.39 4 = _________

Non-slip shoes $9.00

Total cost: _______________________________

Elbow pads $6.50

Total cost: ______________________________

Ultra-Odor Tamers $8.35 12 = ________

Fresh-cut flowers $4.89 7 = __________

snappy items:

Total cost: ______________________________

Super-strength dental floss $3.50

Cold-blood heating kit $9.75

Total cost: ______________________________

caused this messthe Overloader? He

was put in jail, and charged $89.71 to

pay for the several copies of Maps to the

hot items:

_________________________________________

The store

even gave me

a discount for

helping out!

Page 37

Stat Cat in . . .

100% Danger!

This invitation said thered

be a huge grand opening

here for Gretas House

of Grid Paper. But I dont

see anyone!

for one super statistician. And that should

be me, Statis-Trisha! To prove my

superiority, you will fall before

my Data-bots!

I calculated that

the fake invitation

had an 85% chance of

getting you to come

here, Stat Cat.

Data-bots?

Whoa!

first. Only 38% of the 420 bee-bots

have stingers. Calculate 38% of 420

and youll deactivate all of them.

ok!

To calculate a

percent of a number,

first rewrite the percent

as a decimal number. To do

this: Drop the % sign. If

there isnt a decimal point,

add one to the right of

the number. Move the

decimal point two

places to the

left.

160!

As you can

see, this Cat

both lands on

and thinks on

her feet!

decimal number by the

number. If necessary,

round to the nearest

whole number. So, to

find 38% of 420:

38%

.38 x

38.

420

Round: 159.60

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.38

=

159.60

160

Dont get

overconfident,

Stat Cat. Youve

deactivated only

22% of my

robots!

100% Danger!

SAVE THE DAY! Calculate each percentage that Statis-Trisha asks for to help Stat Cat

deactivate the Data-bots!

1. Statis-Trisha sends her kangaroo-bots

B) Multiply that decimal by 74. _________

C) Round to the nearest whole number.

can spin webs, but thats still enough to

make a sticky situation for Stat Cat!

Whats 28% of 354? ____________________

can kick-boxand the number that will

deactivate them! ________________________

vampire bat-bots have fangs! What is 20%

of 80? ___________________________________

Statis-Trisha still says shes the citys

best super-statistician. Then Stat Cat

points out that Statis-Trisha incorrectly

calculated what percentage of her total

number of robots were bee-bots. In

shame, Statis-Trisha promises to give

Cat, dropping her into a pool of water

filled with piranha-bots! Luckily, only 8%

of the 145 piranha-bots have teeth. Whats

of the total number of robots were

actually bee-bots?

________________________________________

8% of 145? ______________________________

water, she was attacked by octo-bots.

Exactly 59% of the 134 octo-bots can

It isnt

easy to bee

the best!

59% of 134? ____________________________

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Polly GonnFramed!

There must be some mistake. Theres

no way Polly Gonn destroyed those

great works of art!

Im sorry,

Stat Cat. the

shapes of all the

paintings were changed

into strange polygons.

Pollys the only person

on Earth who can

do that.

Well prove your

innocence somehow.

Thanks, Buster.

In the meantime, use my

Poly-tron ray to change

the art back to normal.

Just input the name of each

pictures current shape

and set the Poly-tron

to reverse.

Will do.

Take care!

These

shapes are

so weird. How

are we supposed

to know what

theyre

called?

Easy. You

can identify a polygon

by the number of

angles it has.

See?

Who . . . ?

Im Miss Shapen,

and I come from the

same dimension as your

friend, Polly. Only Ive

poly-gone bad!

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That

knowledge

wont help

you now!

First, I framed

Polly. And now

Ive framed Code

Buster, too.

Hahahahahaha!

Maybe.

But now that I know

the secret to naming

polygons, I can end

your geometric

mayhem.

P o l l y G o n n F ra m ed !

SAVE THE DAY! While Stat Cat struggles to get the Poly-tron back from Miss Shapen,

help her by writing the new polygon shape for each paintings frame.

1. The Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci is

10.

________________________________________

normal, she traps Miss Shapen in a

7-sided frame:

________________________________________

________________________________________

the letter from. The letter indicator

________________________________________

has 9 sides: __________________________

#4

#2

#8

#1

#7

#1

1st

7th

1st

2nd

2nd

5th

#6

5th

#5

6th

#3

5th

letter

letter

letter

letter

letter

letter

letter

letter

letter

________________________________________

surrounded by 8 sides:

________________________________________

Im glad we

straightened

out that mess!

with 10 sides:

________________________________________

Shapen:

________________________________________

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Gone to Pieces

Bank Robbers, eh? Youre about

to be deposited . . . in jail!

If only theyd

surrendered, we could

have avoided this

cents-less violence.

Ungh!

Oof!

Have no fear,

heroes. Tan Graham will

stop your fleeing foe!

Incredible!

Isnt it, though?

I got my powers

through a strange

lab accident . . .

Sorry to

interrupt, but how do

you transform him back

to normal? He may be a

criminal, but we cant

leave him this way!

Page 42

What?!

How many

people

have you

left stuck

like this?

What the . . . ?!

Whats happening to me?

Uh . . .

I havent

quite

figured

that part

out yet.

Just one

or two people

plus a couple of animals,

a house, and some other

stuff.

transformed

this guy into

a seven-piece

puzzle. Maybe

if we put the

pieces back

together in the

shape he was

before he fell

apart, hell

return to his

normal state.

I hope

youre right.

It worked! Now,

youd better

show us where

youve left the

rest of the

things youve

turned into

Tangrams.

Dont go

to pieces

on us now!

Were counting

on you to

help us put

everything

back

together!

Sure . . .

I feel

terrible

about

all the

trouble

Ive

caused.

G o n e t o P i e c es

up of five triangles, a parallelogram, and a square. The

puzzle is believed to have been created hundreds of years

ago in China. Photocopy this page, or trace the square

Tangram design and its dotted lines. Glue the entire square

onto a piece of cardboard. Cut the Tangram along the dotted

lines. Then use those pieces to form the shapes of the people,

animals, and objects Tan Graham has turned into Tangrams,

so they can return to normal. You will need to use all seven pieces to create each design.

1. When Tan first got his

powers, he accidentally

new powers to his little brother,

what happened . . .

in Tans backyard!

just throwing the anchor,

he had transformed the

entire boat.

everything back to normal!

But he gets clumsy while

celebrating in front of a mirror . . .

a candle to see his way around

the house. When the power came

back on, he tried to blow out the

candle and . . .

That Tan

Graham was a real

crack-up!

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Area in Underland

Hey, how did

that guy get into

our headquarters?

And what is he doing

to our floor?!

Im late.

Im late! Im late

to calculate!

Perimeter = 18 feet.

Area = 20 square feet.

Well have to

follow him to find out.

Race you to the . . .

Ugh!!

Whunff!

Youre welcome to stay for tea if you tell me the

perimeter and area of my tabletop!

Who

a!

mm

. . . bottom

mm!

along. Perimeter

is the distance

around an object.

For a rectangle,

perimeter = (length +

width) x 2. Area is

the amount of space

an object takes up.

Its measured in

square units, such

as square feet.

For a rectangle,

area = length x

width.

Good

work,

Mathlete.

Purrr-fect!

Keep it up and

you might just

get out of

Underland in

one piece!

Ulp!

Perimeter =

(25 feet + 6 feet) x 2 = 62 feet.

Area =

25 feet x 6 feet = 150 square feet.

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A re a i n U n d e r l a n d

SAVE THE DAY! Calculate the perimeter and area of the rectangle in each problem so

Polly Gonn and Ms. Mathlete can escape from Underland.

1. Before the heroes are allowed to leave the

Mad Adders table, they must calculate

the perimeter and area of Tweedledeep

and Tweedledunces rectangular bellies.

Tweedledeeps has these measurements:

length (1) = 3 feet, width (w) = 7 feet.

A) What equation would you set up to

calculate this rectangles perimeter (P)?

_______________________________________

B) What is P ?________________________

C) What equation would you set up to

calculate this rectangles area (A)?

_______________________________________

D) What is A?___________________________

Tweedledunces rectangle has these

measurements:

1 = 2 feet, w = 5 feet.

E) P = _________________________________

F) A = _________________________________

Mathlete come upon a giant forest. There,

a huge caterpillar rests on a mushroom

that has a rectangular top. The caterpillar

says it will let them by if they can calculate

the perimeter and area of the top of its

mushroom. 1 = 6 feet, w = 8 feet.

A) P = _________________________________

B) A = _________________________________

house to ask for directions. But they cant fit

through its tiny door! A sign tells them that

theyll be able to shrink down to the right

size if they can calculate the perimeter and

area of the rectangular door. Here 1 = 17

inches and w = 3 inches.

A) P = _________________________________

B) A = _________________________________

directions home if they solve a rectangle

puzzle that will make the Pester Cat stop

chasing him. They must calculate the

perimeter and area of a rectangle

where 1 = 14 feet and w = 16 feet.

A) P = _________________________________

B) A = _________________________________

and Ms. Mathlete had to walk through

the Queen of Horrors kingdom on their

way home. The Queen, who wears a huge

playing card on her back (no one knows

why), tells them that the cards area is

1,215 square inches. If its 1 = 45 inches,

what is w?_______________________________

stand on a huge checker board and act like

playing pieces until they can answer a couple of questions. If the entire square boards

area is 576 square feet, what is its length?

_________________________________________

the heroes must answer one final question

for the mirror. w = 45 inches, P = 144 inches. What is 1?

___________________________________________

Its a

wonder we got

out of there!

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Sphere of Heights

Youre right. Theyre huge spherical people!

Theyve got weird gadgets attached to them

with a radius written on each ones screen.

The gadgets mustve blown the people

up like balloons!

Runk gloop

sneee rumple

ook!

What

do you

mean those

arent hot air

balloons,

Jim? Let me

see!

Thats right. IInflate-a-Billhave given all these

people a dream-come-true. They can fly!

Too bad they cant

landunless you

can find the

volume of each

floating fool.

Tah-tah!

Jim!!!

Volume (V)

is the amount of space

a 3-D object takes up. Its

measured in cubic units, such

as cubic feet. To find the

volume of a sphere, use

4

the formula V =

r3

3

(and = about 3.14).

Aroonka lug

chugga urnk!

The gadget

says your radius is 6 feet.

4

V =

x x 6 x 6 x 6 = 904.32

3

cubic feet. Let me punch that

number into the device . . .

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No need to

thank me old

friend. now we

better catch

the rest of

these floating

folks before

they go into

orbit!

S ph e re o f H e i g ht s

SAVE THE DAY! Flying a police chopper, Jungle Jim and Micro Man take to the skies to

save each puffed-up person. Read the persons name and radius. Find the volume so the

people can be reduced to their normal sizes. Use 3.14 as an estimate for . Round your

answers to the nearest hundredth. And dont forget to include the units!

1. Before Inflate-a-Bill struck, Kent Land was 5. Look, up in the sky! Its a bird! Its a plane!

having a ball at a party. Now he is a ball

find the volume (V) of Kents sphere body?

_________________________________________

B) V = __________________________________

2. Ella Vayshun has always wanted to fly. But

she thought it would be in an airplane, not

like this! If r = 5 feet, V = ________________

his head in the clouds. Its finally true! If

his r = 10 feet, V = ______________________

Now hes just all around! If r = 18 feet,

V = _____________________________________

feet up. Of course, she wishes she knew

how to get down! If r = 23 feet, V =

_________________________________________

Inflate-a-Bill inside a local store. The

plan is to plant one of his own devices on

him, and inflate him so big that hell be

feet. What would be Inflate-a-Bills volume?

_________________________________________

Looks like

Inflate-a-Bill was

full of hot air!

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Micro Man in . . .

At a United Nations assembly . . .

Unless we

continue to clean the worlds

water supplies . . .

the environment, but all

this talk sure doesnt make

for the most exciting

guard DUT... huh?!

Suddenly . . .

What in the

world . . .?

Me and my

not-so-big

mouth!

180 minutes. Rulers of the nations of Earth.

I am the Ruler of the Universe. And I am here to

take your measure. Each of my laws includes a unit

of measure. You must give me a correct

equivalent measure. If you fail . . .

for 180 minutes. And 1 hour = 60 minutes.

To find hours, divide: 180 60 = 3.

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rulers dont use this system of

measurement in their countries.

They may need my help.

The

answer

is 3

hours!

The Norwegian

got the answer

on his own. But

Id better check

everyones work,

just in case. We

cant afford a

single mistake!

The answer is . . .

and the laws I read will be

your laws forever! So, let us

begin with an easy warm-up

question: Ruler of Norway, for

how many hours have I frozen

the guards?

Good.

Very

good!

Ta k e M e t o Yo u r R u l e r

SAVE THE DAY! Calculate the equivalent measure in each problem to help make sure

the Ruler of the Universe leaves our world alone!

1. If the Ruler of the Universe takes over

minutes? _______________________________

(Remember, 1 hour = 60 minutes.)

minutes? _______________________________

computers know what youre planning

before you even think it! After all, the

computer in his big toe alone has

98,566,144 bytes of memory! How many

(1 gallon = 4 quarts.) ____________________

Ruler has agreed to leave our planet alone.

But hes too dangerous to other planets to

heartlesseach worker gets a day off

once every 1,008 hours. How many

days apart is each humans day off?

(1 day = 24 hours.) ______________________

disarmed. How many pounds did Micro

Man weigh when he stepped on the Ruler?

(1 ton = 2,000 pounds.) __________________

Looks like we

measured up to

another challenge!

How many years old is that? (1 year =

365 days; ignore leap years.) ___________

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Skill: Proportions

No mere

vault door

can stop . . .

Disproportion Al!

Youre going down.

Micro Man!

Where are you?

I . . . uh, need

a hand!

I disagree,

Ms. Mathlete. Its

you who is going

down. Hahaha!

Its a good

thing he didnt

spot me.

Hey!

these peoples body parts back to normal.

If I can figure out what size your hands

should be, I can set my dial to make them

the correct size.

For a typical person, the length of

1

their hands from palm to fingertip is about

2.

the length of the rest of their arm from

wrist to shoulder. Your arm is 18 inches long.

Well need to set up a proportion.

I get it:

1

(length of hand)

2 (length of arm)

x

(length of my hand)

18 (length of my arm)

both sides by 2 to solve for x.

My hands should be 9 inches long!

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Thanks,

Micro Man! See

if you can help

the rest of these

folks. Ill come

up with a plan

for cutting

Disproportion

Al down to

size!

B l o w n O u t o f P ro p o r t i o n

SAVE THE DAY! Help Micro get the other peoples body parts back to normal size by

using proportions!

1.

2

1

of her total height.

is usually about

8

the height

persons ears is usually about

7

of his entire head. If Pierces head is 9.1

_________________________________________

find the length of Sarahs head? _________

_________________________________________

head? __________________________________

whose nose has been made tremendous

by Al. The length of a persons nose is

3

usually about 14

length of a persons forearms is usually

1

the length of her foot. If Fifis

about

1

should her forearms be? ________________

stilts! The length of a persons legs is usual8

ly about 15

total height is usually 66 inches, about how

long should his legs be? __________________

_________________________________________

1

is usually about

5

entire face. If Iriss face is 5.5 inches wide,

how wide should her eyes be? ___________

_________________________________________

disproportion rays for much longer. So,

Micro Man sneaks in and grows a dollar bill

240

of its original length, blanketing Al

to

1

If a normal dollar bill is 6.125 inches long,

how many feet long is the bill with which

Micro Man covered Al? __________________

5

as

persons thumb is usually about

7

finger is 2.8 inches long, how long should

I guess Al just

couldnt handle

big money.

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Bugged by Pictographs

Help us, Math Team! Our department had just

learned that the Empire Ants are planning to invade

the city. But those blasted bugs found out we were

on to them and are taking us captive!

Its up

to you to

stop the

invasion!

locations each invasion force will attack, and

the number of millions of ants in each squad.

Protect the city. Youre our only hope!

We

wont let

you down,

Chief!

Yes it does,

Micro. In a pictograph,

each picture stands for

a larger number of

objects.

It doesnt

look like itll

be so hard,

Buster.

Lets hope

we can keep

that promise,

Ms. Mathlete.

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That

graph doesnt

show anywhere near

millions of

ants.

Were getting

the picture, Stat Cat. Its

key is the key to figuring

out how many ants are in

each area.

B u g g ed by P i c t o g ra ph s

SAVE THE DAY! Answer the questions to determine how many ants will attack different

areas of the city.

1. Which area will be attacked by the fewest

A) Big Central Station than the Marina?

ants? ___________________________________

_________________________________________

A) each

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

B) each

twice as many ants as which other area?

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

A) the Marina? ________________________

_________________________________________

ants, how many heroes would it take to

stop all of those ants? __________________

8. The Team decides that theres only one way to stop the ant invasion: Lure the ants into giant

picnic baskets and trap them inside. To get the ants into the baskets, theyll need the following

foods to fill them: 700 bananas, 550 PB&J sandwiches, 400 hot dogs, 250 bags of chips. Use

the information in the key to complete the pictograph so it shows how many of each item the

Math Team will need. We did one for you.

Key

= 100 items

= 50 items

I always

count on graphs to

help me out!

Bananas:__________________________________________________________

PB&J Sandwiches: __________________________________________________

Hot Dogs: _________________________________________________________

Bags of Chips: _____________________________________________________

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Coordinated Clothing

Clothing

criminal

Manny Kenns

trail leads

our heroes

to a strange

warehouse . . .

Youll have to figure out

which mannequin is me. But if

you even touch the wrong

well-dressed dummy . . .

We know that

one of these mannequins

is the real you, Manny.

You may as well drop the

clothes youve stolen and

give up!

Jim, be

careful!

. . .youll become

a fashion victim!

Gasp!

real me? Read each

coordinate pair that

Ive listed on the back

of your ape-friends

cape. Then find that

ordered pair on the

coordinate grid. Once

youve done that for

all of the clues, youll

get a description of the

well-coordinated outfit

that only I am wearing.

Noooo!

M

Coordinates, huh?

To locate points

on the grid, well

have to use the

ordered pairs

Manny gave us. The

first point to find

is (5, -2). The first

number tells us

how many points

to move along the

horizontal x-axis.

The second

number tells us

how many points

to move along the

vertical y-axis.

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H

B

S

The letter B is at

that point! Manny, I

hope you like how you

look in prison stripes!

C o o rd i n a t ed C l ot h i n g

SAVE THE DAY! Match each ordered pair below to its point on the coordinate grid. Write

the letter that appears at that point in the blank above the ordered pair to find out what

the real Manny is wearing!

(5, -2) (-3, -2) (-5, 1) (-2, -3)

(1, -5) (4, 2) (-4, 3) (3, -4) (6, 4)

(3, -4) (-2, 4) (-4, 3) (0, 3) (5, -2) (4, -6) (-3, 5)

_____ _____ _____

(-2, 4) (0, 3) (-4, -5)

(1, -5) (4, 2) (4, -6) (3, -4) (6, 4) (1, -5)

_____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

(1, -5) (-5, 1) (0, 3) (-6, 6) (-3, -2) (-2, 4) (1, -5) (1, -5) (-2, -3) (1, -5)

U

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

-1

-2

E

J

x

That

adventure

really wore

me out!

-3

-4

To turn Jungle Jim

back to normal, help

Code Buster and

Stat Cat create a set

of coordinate clues

that spell out the

words MAKE JIM

AN APE AGAIN.

-5

-6

S

O

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jungle, treasure hunter

Anne Throwpologee holds

two unhappy captives!

the variable clues to get

past his traps in the caves

below. And the only way Ill

let you back out is if you

return with his treasure.

Bye-bye for now!

Theres no way

well help you find

the pirate X-Beards

missing treasure!

Grunnk!

Urrnk!

Nice save, Jim!

Yaaaaaaaaa!

statue of Prince Hottah fires a burning beam

of light from its eyes every s seconds, where

3s + 9 = 33. How many seconds apart is that?

Lets see. To solve for s, first "undo" addition

and subtraction. Then "undo" multiplication

and division.

Well have to

do what Anne wants . . .

for now!

Careful, Jim!

First, "undo"

the addition by

subtracting 9

from both sides.

3s + 9 = 33

9

9

3s

= 24

Then we "undo"

the multiplication by

dividing both sides by 3.

3s = 24

So, s = 8

3

3

Check the answer by

plugging it into the

original equation:

3 (8) + 9 = 33

24 + 9 = 33. It checks

out! more beams were

just fired. Weve got

8 seconds before the

next one. Cmon!

Errrn. Errrn!

Page 56

M a r k s t h e S p ot

SAVE THE DAY! Solve the variable equation clues to get Code Buster and Jungle Jim

past each trap and to the treasure!

1. Watch your step! There are trap doors

into part of the cavern. The ceiling begins

disappears? _____________________________

What should be done to both sides? ______

_________________________________________

_________________________________________

Jim must use a 1-gallon jug to fill a larger

bucket with g gallons of water, and then

pull a lever. Adding the right amount of

miles must Jim and Buster move the

chest to open it again so they can put

Anne and her crew in jail? ______________

level. If theyre wrong, theyll fall into a

bottomless pit. How many gallons of

Ill treasure

this adventure

forever.

if g 5 = 6? ____________________________

Page 57

Backward in Time

In the lab of

mad genius,

Beck N. Time . . .

Beck. He left behind a

"working backward"

problem as a clue!

your Math Team have plagued me

for too long. Its time for that to

change. See you laterI mean,

earlier! Hahaha!

Were

too

late,

Polly!

It says here, "My second

time-jump will take me back

10 times as many years in

the past as my first jump.

My first time-jump will take

me back 2 years."

Youre right,

Buster. With his time-travel

equipment, Beck could change

history!

The end of the problem says Beck first jumped 2 years into the past.

His second jump took him 10 times as many years into the past as

his first jump did. So, his second jump was 2 x 10, or 20 years.

To find out how many years hes traveled in all, add 20 + 2 to

get 22 years.

Its Buster.

Buster Baron.

My

baby!

That

monster

stole my

son!

he want 22 years

in the past? I

guess well

find out

once we

get

there.

Why

would

Beck have

taken her

kid?

Mom?

your sons name?

Page 58

B a c k w a rd i n Ti m e

SAVE THE DAY! Beck N. Time is trying to stop Code Busters crime-fighting career before

it even begins. Solve Becks working-backward problemsor Code Buster is history!

1. Beck left this clue in the hospital: To find

It takes her

2

fake babies as it did for her to take down

entrance is an unbreakable safe door with

a combination lock. This clue is on the

door: The last number in the combina1

tion is

5

number is 37 more than the first number.

The first number is 23. Whats the . . .

B) third number in the code? __________

3. Buster enters the safe door. Inside are a

as long to

Beck. But it only took her

6

stop Beck as it did to get the real baby

back to his mother. And it took about 2.5

times as long to get the baby back to his

mom as it did for Buster and Polly to set

the time machine to bring them back to

the exact time they wanted. It took them

24 minutes to set the time machine. How

long did it take Polly to deactivate the

fake babies? ________________________

exactly like baby Buster. A note reads,

Take the wrong baby from this room, and

youll be sorry! The real Buster weighs 9

ounces less than the fake one that has a

time we have

for now, folks.

See ya!

more than the fake one that has hypnotic

eyes. The hypnotic-eyed baby weighs 8

pounds, 5 ounces. How much does the

real baby Buster weigh? _________________

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A n s w e rs

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1. Code Buster

name by saying the phrase, Youre busted!

1b. 12 gallons

2. 35 pies

3. 36 teaspoons

Crackers.

4. 33 bowls

2. Stat Cat

5. 70 vitamins

6. 96 wings

chalkboards, notepads, and even concrete walls.

7. 150 donuts

identity.

8a. Yes

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b) Comes from a world where all people are

two-dimensional.

c) Body appears to be made of different geometric

shapes.

4. Micro Man

a) Typically rides on one of Jungle Jims shoulders.

1. 9 pieces

2a. 12

2b. 15

2c. 6

3a. 15 feet

3b. 30 links

knowledge of foreign languages is large.

4. 480 cats

5a. 45 pounds

5. Ms. Mathlete

5b. 15 pounds

6. 30 days

pole and other sports items grow to full size.

Page 17

Olympics, she learned to speak many foreign

languages.

1a. 85 points

Man.

2. 23.3 points

c) Beats the numbers on his chest to perform

calculations.

1b. 4 scores

3. 18.8 points

4. 14.3 points

5. 16.0 points

6. 12.6 points

7. 10.9 points

8. 27 points

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2. 32

1. Yes

3. 49

2. No

4. 729

3. Yes

5. 4,096

4. No

6. 97

5. Yes

6. 12

7. 6, 13, 33

8. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 48

9. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, 60

7. 1

8. 1

9. 112

10. 34 or 92

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10. 73 days

1a. 10

4

Page 21

10

1b. 10

1a. 1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 45

of a pound

1c. 10

1b. 1, 3, 7, 9, 21, 63

1c. 9

2. 5

3. 8

2.

(

) of a bowl

12

4

1

3.

of a teaspoon

8

19

4. 7

5. 22

4.

of an hour

21

11

5.

of a glass

18

6. 1

17

7. 39

of a leg

6. 110

8. 3

7.

of a pie

30

9. 14

23

31

10. 32

8.

of a plate

36

Page 23

Page 29

28

1a.

1

1c. 12

1b.

=

1

7

112

112

7

=

7

7

16

2. 45

28

1c.

3. 27

4. 66

5. 260

1d. 16

2. 21

6. 42

7. 120

8. 39

Pages 25

1a. 4

3. 15

4. 28

5. 24

6. 2

1b. 3

1c. 4 4 4

14

7.

or

15

30

1d. 64

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7

1a.

3

1

1b. 2

3

1

2. 5

2

1

3. 4

4

4. 6

5.

6.

7.

8.

3

3

5

1

2 12

3

95

11

80

Page 37

1. $41.00

2. $26.75

3. $42.00

4. $75.72

5. $29.56; $17.70; Total cost: $47.26

6. $100.20; $34.23; $33.66; Total cost: $168.09

7. 3 maps, 4 books

Page 39

1a. .57

Page 33

1b. 42.18

1c. 42 kangaroo-bots

2. 16 vampire bat-bots

3. 5 rhino-bots

4. 12 piranha-bots

5. 79 octo-bots

6. 39 panda-bots

7. 99 arachno-bots

3c. Carrie .001 pounds

Page 41

1. Pentagon

5. B

2. Heptagon

3. Triangle

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4. Decagon

5. Nonagon

6. Hexagon

2. 255.073 pounds

7. Octagon

3. 59.984 pounds

8. Decagon

4. 438.2284 pounds

9. Pentagon

5. 61.7652 pounds

10. DODECAGON

6. 953.19 pounds

7. 750.9197 pounds

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Page 45

1. cat

1b. 20 feet

1c. Area = 3 feet 7 feet

1d. 21 square feet

1e. 14 feet

2. runner

2a. 28 feet

2b. 48 square feet

3a. 40 inches

3b. 51 square inches

4a. 60 feet

3. boat

5. 27 inches

6. 24 feet

7. 27 inches

4. candle

Page 47

4

1a. V =

3 3 3

3

1b. 113.04 cubic feet

2. 523.33 cubic feet

3. 4,186.67 cubic feet

5. house

5. 9,198.11 cubic feet

6. 24,416.64 cubic feet

7. 50,939.17 cubic feet

8. 28,716.35 cubic feet

6. skater

Page 49

1a. 1,380 60 = hours in 1,380 minutes

1b. 23 hours

2. 435 gallons

3. 189 pounds

7. rabbit

4. 42 days

5. 91 years old

6. 17 miles

7. 94 megabytes

8. 22,000 pounds

8. dancer

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1

x

1a.

=

8

56

1b. x = 7 inches

2. 1.95 inches

3. 1.1 inches

4. 2 inches

5. 2.6 inches

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BLUE SHIRT, RAINBOW SHORTS,

AND SUNGLASSES

(2, 5) (-2, 4) (2, 1) (-2, -3) (-6, -4) (-4, 3) (2, 5)

(-2, 4) (0, 3) (-2, 4) (1, 0) (-2, -3)

(-2, 4) (-6, 6) (-2, 4) (-4, 3) (0, 3)

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6. 7.2 inches

7. 35.2 inches

8. 122.5 feet

1. 13 feet

2a. Add 23

2b. Divide by 2

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1. Center City

2a. 1,000,000 ants

2b. 500,000 ants

3a. 11,000,000 ants

3b. 9,500,000 ants

2c. 40 pounds

3. 30 gallons

4. 2 hours

5. 11 minutes

6. 63 miles

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4b. 5,500,000 more ants

5. Center City

6. 54,000,000 ants

7. 108 super heroes

1. 57 miles

2a. 60

2b. 12

3. 9 pounds, 6 ounces

4. 5 minutes

8.

Bananas:______________________________________

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