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### Chapter 14 Challenge Project

 Place Value Puzzle Use Place Value to Represent Decimals Write five place value puzzles for your class. Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in your clues. Include at least five digits/place values in each puzzle’s answer.     Example: ·       Divide 15 by 3. Write the result in the hundredths place. ·       Multiply 2 by 10. Divide by 10. Write the result in the ones place. ·       Write a digit in the tenths place that is 4 more than the digit in the hundredths place. ·       Add 7 to the digit in the ones place. Write the result in the thousandths place. ·       Subtract 45 from 54. Write the result in the tens place. ·       Answer: 92.959 (Ninety-two and nine hundred fifty-nine thousandths)  Make a booklet to display your puzzles. Include an answer key. Put your puzzles in order from smallest to largest by answer.  Exchange your booklet with at least two different people and solve each other’s puzzles.   Place Value Puzzles Scoring Guide: _____/ 50 Five place value puzzles _____/ 10 Addition clues _____/ 10 Subtraction clues _____/ 10 Multiplication clues _____/ 10 Division clues _____/ 25 At least five digits/place values each _____/ 50 Puzzle booklet _____/ 5 In order from smallest to largest by answer _____/ 10 Answer key _____/ 20 Solving two classmates puzzles _____/ 200 Total Other resources that might help you on your project: Math Connects Tool Chest Virtual Manipulatives   Funbrain   Mathwire   Gameaquarium   Place Value Game Templates
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Sue Taylor,
Mar 1, 2011, 5:14 PM