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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

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














Algebra 1

END OF LESSON

ALGEBRA 1


Algebra 11

END OF LESSON

ALGEBRA 1


Algebra 12

END OF LESSON

ALGEBRA 1


Mathematical reasoning
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 reasoning1
MATHEMATICAL REASONING

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

  • 80

  • 800

  • 8,000

  • 80,000


Mathematical reasoning2
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