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Interpret dot plots with fractions 1 | Create and interpret dot plots using data with fractions. Fraction operations include addition and subtraction. |

Add and subtract fractions word problems | Practice solving fraction addition and subtraction word problems. The fractions in these problems have unlike denominators. |

Comparing distributions | Practice comparing distributions that are presented in dot plots, histograms, and box plots. |

Calculating the median: data displays | Practice computing the median of data sets presented in a variety of formats, such as frequency tables and dot plots. |

Surface area using nets | Practice using the net of a 3D figure to find surface area. |

Quadratic word problems (standard form) | Solve real-world word problems that involve quadratic models. In this exercise, that models are given in standard form. |

Addition and subtraction word problems 2 | Practice solving more challenging word problems with addition and subtraction. Numbers used are 20 or less. |

Related rates (Pythagorean theorem) | Solve related rates problem using the Pythagoream theorem. |

Measure lengths 2 | Measure objects using a ruler. |

Construct sinusoidal functions | Given a few features of a sinusoidal function, find its formula. |

Halves and fourths | Practice dividing shapes into 2 or 4 equal sections. |

Multiply by 0 or 1 | Multiply 0 or 1 times a number less than or equal to 10. |

Missing numbers | Find the missing number in a list of numbers. Numbers used are 20 or less. |

Advanced (plural) possession | Possessive plurals have a complicated relationship with apostrophes, but this exercise is here to help you understand it! |

Dependent probability | Find dependent probabilities like P(A | B) or P(B | A) for a variety of contexts. |

Comparing data distributions | Take a look at two different data distributions and draw some comparisons. |

Interpret change in exponential models: with manipulation | Given a function that models an exponential situation, rewrite the function in order to analyze its rate of change. |

Systems of equations word problems capstone | Solve word problems that involve systems of equations, where there can either be a single solution, no solution, or infinite solutions. |

Use arithmetic sequence formulas | Given the formula of an arithmetic sequence, either in explicit form or in recursive form, find a specific term in the sequence. |

Calculating the mean | Practice calculating the mean (average) of a data set. The mean gives us a sense of the middle, or <em>center</em>, of the data. |