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M.118: SMP 6 - Attend to precision.

F (0-1.5) C (2-2.5) B (3) A (3.5-4)

The student USUALLY demonstrates an

Rubric to show/demonstrate understanding of demonstrates an understanding of the

understanding of the outcome.

demonstrates an understanding of the

the outcome. outcome. outcome.

Range 0-69% of the Success Criteria 70-79% of the Success Criteria 80-89% of the Success Criteria 90-100% of the Success Criteria

______ Solve mathematical expressions (by identifying like terms, using the distributive property, combining like terms, apply the

Success order of operations and absolute values)

Criteria

______ Writes solution with accuracy, with correct units if necessary

M.115 : SMP 3 - Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others

F (0-1.5) C (2-2.5) B (3) A (3.5-4)

The student USUALLY demonstrates an

Rubric to show/demonstrate understanding demonstrates an understanding of the

understanding of the outcome.

demonstrates an understanding of the

of the outcome. outcome. outcome.

Range 0-69% of the Success Criteria 70-79% of the Success Criteria 80-89% of the Success Criteria 90-100% of the Success Criteria

Criteria ______ Explain whether or not a relation is a function

F (0-1.5) C (2-2.5) B (3) A (3.5-4)

There is LITTLE OR NO The student OCCASIONALLY The student USUALLY The student CONSISTENTLY

Rubric ATTEMPT to show/demonstrate demonstrates an understanding of demonstrates an understanding of demonstrates an understanding of the

understanding of the outcome. the outcome. the outcome. outcome.

Range 0-69% of the Success Criteria 70-79% of the Success Criteria 80-89% of the Success Criteria 90-100% of the Success Criteria

______ Identify whether or not a relation is a function

Success

______ Explain the parts of a function in context of the given problem

Criteria

______ Successfully evaluate functions given an input

______ Given an output determine the corresponding input

1) Identify the terms that are like and simplify. Use different shapes or arrows if needed.

STUDY GUIDE Name __________________________

Term 1 Final Summative Exam Date _________________ Pd _____ # _____

2 2 2 2

5 x y +6 ( x y )5 x y+2 y 3 z

a. Terms that are like:

b. Final Solution:

c. Explain how you came to your answer. Use the appropriate mathematical vocabulary. Make sure you discuss how you

used degrees of variables.

2) Identify the terms that are like and simplify. Use different shapes or arrows if needed.

2 2 2 2

4 x y +6 ( x y )8 x y+3 y 5 z

a. Terms that are like:

b. Final Solution:

c. Explain how you came to your answer. Use the appropriate mathematical vocabulary. Make sure you discuss how you

used degrees of variables.

3) Identify the terms that are like and simplify. Use different shapes or arrows if needed.

9 x 2 y+3( x y 2 )7 x 2 y +3 y 24 z

a. Terms that are like:

b. Final Solution:

c. Explain how you came to your answer. Use the appropriate mathematical vocabulary. Make sure you discuss how you

used degrees of variables.

STUDY GUIDE Name __________________________

Term 1 Final Summative Exam Date _________________ Pd _____ # _____

Simplify using the order of operations.

4)

5)

(8)2|812| 6)

(9)2|914|

a. Process: a. Process:

7)

[( 1

)

4 (6 ) +7 5

2 ] 8)

[( 1

2 )

3 (18 ) +7 4

]

a. Process: a. Process:

For #4-6, determine the domain and range of each relation. Identify whether or not the relation is a function and explain your

reasoning. Use mathematical vocabulary in all explanations.

9)

a. Domain:

b. Range:

10)

a. Domain:

b. Range:

11)

a. Domain:

b. Range:

12)

a. Domain:

b. Range:

13) At Zippys, Kelsie orders Chicken Katsu, Matt orders a Zip pack, Jodi orders saimin, and Sally orders Chicken Katsu

and chili.

a. Domain:

b. Range:

14) At 7-11, Megan get a manapua, Tiffany gets a spam musubi, Claire gets an Icee, and Jennifer gets a bento.

d. Domain:

e. Range:

15) Tropical Storm Adam is gaining strength! The storm started out with wind gusts of 25 mph and is gaining 10 mph each

day. The function W(d) = 25 + 10(d) models this situation.

d. In a complete sentence explain what W(6) represents in this context, with units.

e. After how many days will Tropical Storm Adam have wind gusts of over 200 mph? Show your work and write your

answer in a complete sentence.

16) Hurricane Amy is gaining strength! The storm started out with wind gusts of 30 mph and is gaining 15 mph each day.

The function W(d) = 30 + 15(d) models this situation.

i. In a complete sentence explain what W(2) represents in this context, with units.

j. After how many days will Hurricane Amy have wind gusts of over 160 mph? Show your work and write your

answer in a complete sentence.

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