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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. |