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CHOOSE OR LOSE

PLAY

You start the game with 50 points. Each question has 2 to 4 answers. Select the correct answer before your time runs out to score points. Right answers are +10, wrong answers are -2, out of time is -5.

This is a timed game. Your final score is equal to the total score minus time taken.

This is a timed game. Your final score is equal to the total score minus time taken.

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Game: CHOOSE OR LOSE

Aim: Choose the right answer; beat the clock

Method:

You start the game with 50 points. Each question has 2 to 4 answers. Select the correct answer before your time runs out to score points. Right answers are +10, wrong answers are -2, out of time is -5.

This is a timed game. Your final score is equal to the total score minus time taken.

Hit the PLAY button to play

Can U BEAT

anonymous

anonymous

"Area of circles"

'Calculate surface area of cubes' for 7th grade

7th grade / Geometry & measures / Measures of 3D shapes / Surface area / Calculate surface area of cubes

The surface area of a cube is the sum of the areas of each of it's 6 sides. We know that the surface area of any cuboid is SA = 2LW + 2LH + 2WH but for cubes all the sides have the same area so we can simplify this calculation to:

SA = 6LW

or

SA = 6L²

With our Choose or lose math game you will be practicing the topic "*Calculate surface area of cubes*" from 7th grade / Geometry & measures / Measures of 3D shapes / Measures of 3D shapes. The math in this game consists of 16 questions that ask you to use multiplication or the formula SA = 6H² to calculate the surface area of cubes.

Select the correct answers to the secondary math problems before the clock counts you out

Our CHOOSE OR LOSE game is a simple activity to help secondary math learners and will improve the speed at which you can solve problems in the given topic. It does not rely on the learner typing in the answer. Rather, the learner must choose the correct answer from a list of 2, 3 or 4 similar answers.

CHOOSE OR LOSE encourages faster problem-solving for common and vital secondary math topics. CHOOSE OR LOSE is a timed game with a leaderboard for each topic at each of the 4 levels on offer. You can play the game with or without audio and robots.

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GRADE

CATEGORY

TOPIC

PLAYER

SCORE

7th grade

Geometry-measures

Area of circles

anonymous

50.57

5th grade

Counting

Largest or smallest negative number

anonymous

59.29

5th grade

Counting

Largest or smallest negative number

anonymous

86.14

8th grade

Geometry-measures

Angles around parallel lines

poppy b x

99.96

8th grade

Geometry-measures

Angles around parallel lines

anonymous

93.14

8th grade

Geometry-measures

Angles around parallel lines

anonymous

67.48

7th grade

Geometry-measures

Side elevation from 3-D shape

anonymous

78.07

😆😜🤗

7th grade

Geometry-measures

Side elevation from 3-D shape

anonymous

10.26

🤭🤒🤒

7th grade

Geometry-measures

Side elevation from 3-D shape

anonymous

79.20

7th grade

Geometry-measures

Side elevation from 3-D shape

anonymous

62.05

'Calculate surface area of cubes' for 7th grade

Our ** CHOOSE OR LOSE game** asks the learner to click on the correct answer from a selection of possible answers before the clock runs down.

- Click on PLAY to start.
- You are presented with a topic question, then a list or grid of 2 to 4 possible answers (depending on the topic you have chosen).
- You must select the correct answer by clicking on it before the clock counts down.
- You have 10 seconds in total to answer each question.
- The clock starts ticking down 5 seconds after the answers have appeared.
- To hear the question again, click / tap on the question box.
- The browser will speak the potential answers on rolling-over them.
- A correct answer gains you 10 points.
- A wrong answer loses you 2 points.
- A time-out loses you 5 points.
- A score is kept of correct answers against number of answers.
- The game is timed, and your final score (points earned minus time taken) is given at the end of the game. Top 10 scores for a topic get you a place on the leaderboard.

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