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To Get Credit On Your STAMPSHEET. PASSING = 350. You must finish all 3 problems from each section… First Copy down the Problem, then show your work and put a BOX around your answer. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB. STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB. NUMBER SENSE.

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To Get Credit On Your STAMPSHEET

PASSING = 350

You must finish all 3 problems from each section…

First Copy down the Problem, then show your work and put a BOX around your answer


STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.


STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.


STATISTICS, DATA, AND PROB.


NUMBER SENSE


NUMBER SENSE


NUMBER SENSE


ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS


ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS


ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS


MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY


MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY


MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY


END OF LESSON

ALGEBRA 1


END OF LESSON

ALGEBRA 1


END OF LESSON

ALGEBRA 1


MATHEMATICAL REASONING

Add this section to your stampsheet under 5. Algebra

  • Of the 27 seniors on the girls’ soccer team, 10 are taking AP Biology, 15 are taking AP English, and 6 are taking both. How many of the 27 girls are taking neither?

  • 2

  • 4

  • 6

  • 8


MATHEMATICAL REASONING

  • By rounding, which of the following is the best estimate of 225 ·387?

  • 80

  • 800

  • 8,000

  • 80,000


MATHEMATICAL REASONING

  • Using estimation, which of the following is closest to the value of 4,486.8 ÷ 9.2

  • 50

  • 500

  • 5,000

  • 50,000


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