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Making good scatter plots A good scatter plot has the independent variable on the x-axis and the dependent variable on the y-axis. Also, the scale of both axes should be reasonable, making the data as easy to read as possible. In these practice problems, we practice telling good scatter plots from bad ones.
Hypothesis testing in experiments Look at the results of different experiments, and determine if they are statistically significant.
Draw right, acute, and obtuse angles Create an acute, right, or obtuse angle using a given vertex.
Rates & proportional relationships A variety of questions about rates and proportional relationships involving graphs, tables, and equations.
Read picture graphs (multi-step problems) Interpret picture graphs to answer questions about a context.
Numbers to 120 Practice finding missing numbers in a list of numbers between 0 and 120.
Evaluating expressions with variables word problems Practice plugging in values to evaluate real-world algebraic expressions. These are introductory problems, so the expressions aren't too complicated.
Subtract within 10 Practice subtracting by "taking apart" (with numbers less than 10).
Dependent and independent events Determine if two events are dependent or independent.
Equivalent fractions (fraction models) Practice finding equivalent fractions. These problems show you pictures of fractions to help you out.
Add fractions with unlike denominators Practice adding fractions that have different denominators.
Recursive formulas for geometric sequences Find the recursive formula of a geometric sequence given the first few terms or given an explicit formula.
Convert units word problems (metric) Solve word problems that involve converting between metric measures of distance, volume, and mass, as well as measures of time.
Telling time on the number line Match time of a number line to time on an analog or digital clock. Graph a given time on a number line.
Count objects 1 Practice counting up to 20 objects. Objects are organized neatly into rows and columns.
Features of a circle from its graph Given the graph of a circle, find its center and radius.
Two-step equations word problems Practice writing equations to model and solve real-world situations.
Irregular plural nouns: f to -ves Identify and use plural nouns whose endings switch from "f" to "ves."
Finding missing angles Practice using knowledge of vertical, complementary, and supplementary angles to find a missing angle.
Divide whole numbers by fractions Practice dividing whole numbers by fractions.