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Frequently confused words: too/to/two Can you tell the difference between the words “to,” “two,” and “too”?
Marginal distributions Practice calculating marginal distributions in two-way tables.
Compare size Practice comparing 2 objects to see which is bigger, smaller, taller, shorter, or longer.
Calculating factorials Understand how to calculate and use factorials
Alternating series remainder Apply the alternating series remainder to approximate alternating series to a given error bound.
Probability models Practice creating probability models and understand what makes a valid probability model.
Counting casts 2 Counting casts
Multiply by 3 Multiply 3 times a number less than or equal to 10.
Mean value theorem Practice using the mean value theorem.
Adjective order Put adjectives in the right order, using your new favorite memory aid, DOSA-SCOMP.
Draw rays, lines, & line segments Draw rays, lines, and line segments with given points.  
Write differential equations Write differential equations based on the description of a relationship between two quantities.
Frequently confused words: there/their/they're Do you know when to use “there”, “their”, and “they’re”?
Halves and fourths Practice dividing shapes into 2 or 4 equal sections.
Differentiating linear functions Analyze solutions for finding the derivatives of linear functions using basic differentiation rules.
Estimating equations of lines of best fit, and using them to make predictions Practice estimating the equation of a line of best fit through data points in a scatter plot. Then, use the equation to make a prediction.
Multiply 1-digit numbers by a multiple of 10, 100, and 1000 Practice multiplication problems like 5x500=2500.
Add and subtract fractions word problems Practice solving fraction addition and subtraction word problems. The fractions in these problems have unlike denominators.
Missing numbers Find the missing number in a list of numbers. Numbers used are 20 or less.
Comparing distributions Practice comparing distributions that are presented in dot plots, histograms, and box plots.