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Chapter 9 Performance Assessment

The City Photography Club is redecorating a room at the Community Center for their use. The room measures 30 ft by 20 ft. The ceiling height is 10 ft. 1. Three of the walls are to be painted. The fourth wall, which is along a 30 ft side, is to be wallpapered. It is estimated that a \$12 gallon of paint will cover approximately 400 square feet of wall area. It is also estimated that an \$8 roll of wallpaper will cover 30 square feet of wall area. Find the approximate costs for wall coverings and paint for the 4 walls. Explain how you found your answer.

2. The club members would like to put a hardwood floor in one corner of the room. The floor would be in the shape of a right triangle so the sides in the corner have lengths 10 ft and 8 ft. The cost of a hardwood floor is \$5 per square foot. Find the cost for the hardwood floor and explain how you found your answer.

3. The remainder of the floor is to be carpeted at \$18 per square yard. How many square feet are equal to 1 square yard? Find the cost of carpeting the remaining floor area. Explain how you found your answer.

4. Ceiling molding is to be placed around the entire room. The cost for the molding is \$0.65 per foot. Find the total cost and explain how you found your answer.

5. How much would it cost to do the decorating outlined above? The club’s budget for decorating is \$1,400. Do they have enough money? If not, give some ideas on how they can reduce their costs.

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Teacher Notes
Concepts and Skills This activity requires students to: • find the area of rectangles and a triangle. • find the area of an irregular shape by drawing a picture. • find the perimeter of a rectangle. Guiding the Activity • You may wish to have students look for ads in the newspaper to find and compare costs of flooring and wallcoverings. Answers 1. \$104; The area to be painted is 30 10 20 10 20 10 700 ft2, 700 400 is about 2 gallons of paint, 2 \$12 \$24. The area to be wallpapered is 30 10 300 ft2. 300 30 10 rolls of wallpaper. 10 \$8 \$80. \$24 \$80 \$104 1 2. \$200; The area is 2 8 10 40 ft2. 40 \$5 \$200 3. 9 ft2; \$1,134; Draw a picture. The area to be carpeted is 20 30 600 ft2 minus the area in hardwood. 600 40 560 ft2. 560 9 is about 63 yd2. 63 \$18 \$1,134

Scoring Rubric
Level 4 Standard to be achieved for performance at specified level Full Achievement The student correctly calculated areas, perimeters, and costs. The student showed a thorough understanding of how to draw a picture to solve an irregular area problem. Explanations were well written. Substantial Achievement The student made minor errors when calculating areas, perimeters, and costs. The student showed considerable understanding of how to draw a picture to solve an irregular area problem. Explanations were basically well written. Partial Achievement The student made considerable errors calculating areas, perimeters, and costs. The student showed little understanding of how to draw a picture to solve an irregular area problem. Explanations were fairly complete, but not well written. Little Achievement The student made numerous errors calculating area, perimeters, and costs. The student showed no understanding of how to draw a picture to solve an irregular area problem. Explanations were missing or unclear. No Achievement The student provided a completely incorrect response, one that was not interpretable, or no response at all.

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4. \$65; The perimeter is 2 30 2 20 100 \$0.65 \$65 5. \$1,503; No; They could eliminate the hardwood floors. 100. 0

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