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Summative Assessment

Directions for students before summative assessment is given (These points are to be
read before the test is given):
 Please place all materials under your desk and out of sight
 Have a pencil at your desk
 Remember to keep your eyes on your own paper
 I will be walking around, so please ask me any questions that may come up
 Do your best work
 At the top of the assessment are support questions
o Do not be afraid to use these questions to help you answer the 10 questions
below
 The 10 questions you will earn a grade will allow me to learn how you are learning
 In the box you will rewrite the question and show your work
 Please box your answer in
 You may do the work in any order, you just have to label what question you are
working on
 Your work is worth one point and the correct answer is one point
 There are multiple ways to show work with:
o Writing a sentence
o Showing algebraic work
o Drawing a picture
 Tell me how confident you are from the scale
o 3= Highly confident (put me on jeopardy and let me answer it for $1000)
o 2= Slightly confident (I may need to phone a friend)
o 1= No confidence (I could draw you a picture of an animal and it would mean
the same)
o This answer is kept confidential and it is only for my eyes
 Is there any question before I release you to take the test?

For teacher use only:
Answer score:
Work score:

/10

Feedback:

/10

Schedule Meeting: yes or no
Standard: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.APR.B.3 – Identify zeros of polynomials when suitable
factorizations are available, and use the zeros to construct a rough group of the functions
defined by the polynomial.

For review and support (not put into the final grade). These answers can be written on
the back of the second answer page
Simplify and write each equation in standard form
1. (8x2 + 5x + 7) – (5x2 + 8x – 6)
2. (-7x3 + 4x – 6) + (6x3 + 10x2 +3)
3. (w3 – 3w + 9) – (8w3)
Simplify and write in standard form
1. –r(5r + 9)
2. (2y + 3)(y + 5)
3. (x – 2)(x – 4)
Find the GCF of each polynomial
1. 16x2 + 22x3 + 30x5
2. 7v3 – 10v2 + 9v4
You may raise your hand and ask me if your answers to the support questions are correct. Use
these problems to help you with the final test below. The questions above lead you to the
process used for the problems below.

Construct the factors for each expression
1. 3x + 18
2. x2 + 17x + 72
3. p2 + 8p + 12
4. n2 – 16n + 64
5. 4x2 – 16x + 7
6. y2 – 81
7. m2 - 121
8. 27b2 – 18b + 3
9. 6n4 + 15n3 – 9n2
10.
The area of a square painting is 81p2 + 90p + 25. What is the side length of
the painting?
a. Draw a picture for help
b. Square Area= length x width
Bonus
Write in the missing value
n2 + __n + 81

Test option 1
Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Adapted from: Sheldon, T. (2016). Multiple Measures of Data. Class Handout. Spring
Arbor University.

If I were to allow you to redo this test, what would be your reasoning? Will it benefit your
learning? What would you do differently to prepare for the test?
Test option 2
Question #________
Rewrite the question:
3x+18
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
x2 + 17x + 72
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
p2 + 8p + 12
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
n2 – 16n + 64
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
4x2 – 16x + 7
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
y2 – 81
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
m2 – 121
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
27b2 – 18b + 3
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
6n4 + 15n3 – 9n2
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

Question #________
Rewrite the question:
The areas of a square painting is 81p2 + 90p + 25. What is the side length of the
painting?
Show work:

Answer boxed in:

Confident Level: 3 = very confident, 2=slightly confident, 1= not confident and
explain why for whatever number of confidence you chose.

If I were to allow you to redo this test, what would be your reasoning? Will it benefit your
learning? What would you do differently to prepare for the test?

Answer Key
1. 3(x + 6)
2. (x + 9)(x + 8)
3. (p + 6)(p + 2)
4. (n – 8)(n – 8)  (n – 8)2
5. (2x – 7)(2x – 1)
6. (x + 9)(x – 9)
7. (m + 11)(m - 11)
8. 3(3b – 1)(3b – 1)  3(3b – 1)2
9. 3n2((2n – 1)(n + 3))
10.
9p + 5
Extra Support Answers
Simplify and write each equation in standard form
1. 3x2 – 3x + 13
2. –x3 + 10x2 + 4x – 3
3. -7w3 – 3w + 9
Simplify and write in standard form
1. -5r2 – 9r
2. 2y2 + 13y + 15
3. x2 – 6x + 8
Find the GCF of each polynomial
1. 2x2
2. v2
Bonus
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