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## If you had 4 apples and 5 oranges in one hand and 6 apples and 7 oranges in the other, what would you have?

Q. If you had 4 apples and 5 oranges in one hand and 6 apples and 7 oranges in the other, what would you have A. Very large hands Related Math Games: What did the zero say to the 8? Why didn’t the two 4’s feel like

## Math is made of 50 percent formulas, 50 percent proofs and 50 percent imagination.

Math is made of 50 percent formulas, 50 percent proofs and 50 percent imagination. Related Math Games: M&M Fraction, Decimal, Percent Conversions

## What has 6 wheels and flies?

Q: What has 6 wheels and flies? A: A garbage truck. Related Math Games: Basketball Statistics

## 6 out of 5 people have difficulty with fractions.

Related Math Games: Ordered Fractions: Compare and Order Fractions Game Fraction Switch: Proper Fractions Games Fraction Relay: Proper Fractions Games Half N Half: Improper Fractions Games and Mixed Numbers Games What did the zero say to the 8?

## What did the zero say to the 8?

What did the zero say to the 8? Nice Belt!

## Why is the number six so scared?

Why is the number six so scared? Because seven eight nine!

## Power Roller: Power, Base and Exponent Game

The Power Roller Game gives kids the opportunity to make great choices about which number should be the base and which should be the exponent. For example, given the numbers 7 and 10, which would you make the base and which would you make the exponent to

The Integer Addition Game does something very interesting. It uses the red cards for a negative value and the black cards for a positive value. This is a great strategy since the phrase “in the red” means a company is losing money and the phrase “in the