# Measurement & Data

## Supplementary Angles or Adding Angles

Directions: Using the digits 0 to 9 at most one time each, place a digit in each box to make a true statement about these angles that add up to a straight angle. *Note: drawing not to scale. Source: Catherine Castillo

## Area & Perimeter of a Rectangle

Directions: Using the digits 1-9 at most once each, create a rectangle with an area as close to 500 and a perimeter as close to 100 as possible. Source: Owen Kaplinsky

## Area of a Rectangle

Directions: Using the digits 1 – 9, at most once each, fill in the blanks to make it so that the value for the area of the rectangle (in square units) is greater that the value for the perimeter (in linear units). What is the greatest difference you can find between the area and perimeter? What is the least difference …

## Pocket Change

Directions: You have \$1.00 in your pocket. You only have pennies, nickels, and dimes. You don’t have any quarters or other coins. What coins are in your pocket? Source: Andrew Gael

## Got change for a dollar?

Directions: What is the largest amount in coins you can have and not be able to make change for a dollar without shorting yourself or cheating the other person? Source: Glenn Waddell

## Pocket Change 3

Directions: You have \$1.00 in change in your pocket. You have 15 coins. What coins do you have? Source: Andrew Gael

## Pocket Change 2

Directions: You have the same number of pennies, nickels, and dimes in your pocket. You have \$1.44. You don’t have any other coins or bills. How many of each coin do you have? Source: Andrew Gael

## Rectangles: Maximizing Area

Directions: What is the greatest area you can make with a rectangle that has a perimeter of 24 units? Source: Robert Kaplinsky