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Assessment Results
Name: ___________________________________________________ District and school: ________________________________________ Service start date: ____________________ Grade: _______
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Student Concerns
Overall score (55)
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Number Sense (28) Whole Numbers (#’s 1  6)
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Decimals (#’s 7  13)
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Fractions (#’s 14  20)
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Percents (#’s 21  23)
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Decimals, Fractions, and Percents (# 24) ____/1 PreAlgebra Concepts (#’s 25  28)
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Algebra and Functions (11)
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Rates (# 29)
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Expressions and Equations (#’s 30  37)
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Functions (#’s 38  39)
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Measurement and Geometry (7)
Parent/guardian would like to work on:
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Measurement (#’s 40  43)
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Geometry (#’s 44  46)
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Test taking skills
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Study skills
Memorization skills
Increase motivation
Confidence building
Statistics (# 47  50)
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Responsibility
Data Analysis (# 51)
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Probability (#’s 52  55)
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Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability (9)
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NUMBER SENSE Please pick the best answer. If the answer is not here, pick “not here”. 1
What is the value of the underlined digit? 78,879,983
2
Round the number to the nearest thousands place. 743,868
3
4
What is 14,671 + 8,725?
Subtract. 30,054  5,681 =
5
Multiply. 3,365 x 43 =
6
Javier runs a catering business. He needs to put 2,450 plastic cups into boxes. Each box holds 70 cups. How many boxes will Javier need?
7
Round to the nearest tenths place. 32.128
8
9
10
Find the sum. 13.821 + 5.67 + 0.36
Find the difference. 15.7  3.861
Mason wants to add to his stamp collection. Each stamp costs $0.35. How much will Mason have to pay for 46 stamps? Property of Oxford Tutoring Center © 2006. All rights reserved.
a. b. c. d.
ten millions ten thousands millions Not here
a. 743,000
b. 744,000
c. 743,900
d. Not here
a. 22,396
b. 23,396
c. 13,396
d. Not here
a. 34,433
b. 35,633
c. 24,373
d. Not here
a. 132,385
b. 144,695
c. 23,555
d. Not here
a. b. c. d.
37 boxes 35 boxes 32 boxes Not here
a. 32.000
b. 32.100
c. 32.200
d. Not here
a. 19.851
b. 244.24
c. 24.424
d. Not here
a. 11.961
b. 12.161
c. 11.839
d. Not here
a. $3.68
b. $1,610.00
c. $161.00
d. Not here
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First Name: __________________________________ Last Name: ___________________________________
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NUMBER SENSE Please pick the best answer. 11
12
Trevor spent $13.12 on golf balls. If each golf ball cost $0.82, how many golf balls did he purchase? Nate bought 2 packs of soda for $4.60 each, 1 box of cereal for $3.59, and $2.63 on a pack of water. If he gave the cashier $20.00, how much change did he receive?
13 Find the quotient. 0.42 ÷ 0.8 =
14
Add. 3+2 = 5 3
17
18
19
20
b. 15
c. 0.16
d. Not here
a. $15.42
b. $4.58
c. $9.18
d. Not here
a. 5.25
b. 525
c. 0.525
d. Not here
5 8 c. 1 1 5
4 b. 1 15
5 a. 2 cups 7 c. 2 5 cups 12
5 b. 1 cups 12
2 5 3 c. 3 5
2 b. 4 5
a.
15 Vaness is making a cake for the annual school bake sale. The recipe calls for 1 23 cups of sugar and 1 34 cups of brown sugar. How many total cups of sugar will she use? 16
a. 16
Subtract. 2 51 = 5
d. Not here
a.
1
1
Damien ran 3 6 miles on Friday. He ran 2 4 miles on Sunday. How many more miles did he run on Friday?
a.
d. Not here
d. Not here
1 miles 12
1 b. 1 miles 12
c. 11 miles 12
d. Not here
Multiply. 3 2 x = 8 9
1 a. 12
6 b. 72
c. 5 17
d. Not here
Find the product. 11 x 25= 5 8
3 a. 2 40 c. 2 4 13
17 b. 2 20
Divide.
2 a. 2 3 c. 13 1 2
b. 12 1 4
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NUMBER SENSE Please pick the best answer. 21 What is 22% of 6?
22
What percent of 10 is 7?
23 Anthony bought a video game that was on sale for 25% off. If the game originally cost $54.00, how much did Anthony pay for the game?
a. 132
b. 13.2
c. 0.132
d. Not here
a. 105%
b. 70%
c. 142.8%
d. Not here
a. $13.50 b. $40.50 c. $29.00 d. Not here 3
1
a. 75%, 5, 0.53, 2 1 3 b. 2 , 0.53, 75%, 5 3 c. 12 , 0.53, 5 , 75% d. Not here
24 Order from least to greatest. 1 3 , 75%, 0.53, 2 5 25 Which expression has a solution of 14?
26 Find the product. 15 x 4 =
27 Write the prime factorization of 48.
a. 9  5
b. 9 + 5
c. 5  (9)
d. Not here
a. 60
b. 19
c. 19
d. Not here
a. 8 x 6
b. 2 x 3
c. 2 28 Solve for x.
4
4
d. Not here
a. 3.2 inches b. 5 inches
10 in.
c. 20 inches
x
d. Not here 8 in.
4 in. Property of Oxford Tutoring Center ÂŠ 2006. All rights reserved.
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ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS Please pick the best answer. 29
30
Abigail needs to drive to her sister’s house across town. If she drives 52 miles on 2 gallons of gas, how many miles per gallon does her car get? Write the following expression. The product of 2 and a number, n, increased by 5.
31 Evaluate the expression when s = 2, p = 4, and r = 6. s + (r  p)² ÷ 4
a. 26 mi/gal
b. 104 mi/gal
c. 54 mi/gal
d. Not here
a. b. c. d.
2÷n+5 2+nx5 2xn+5 Not here
a. 1.5
b. 3
c. 1
d. Not here
32 Simplify the expression using the distributive property. 14 x (3 + 8)
a. b. c. d.
14 x 3 + 14 x 8 14 x 3 + 8 14 x 3 + 3 x 8 Not here
33 Matty’s family has $1,600 this month. If they spent $42 per day on food, which expression represents how much money they have after x days?
a. b. c. d.
1,600  42x 1,600 + 42x 1,600x  42 Not here
34 Which property is being demonstrated?
a. b. c. d.
Commutative Associative Distributive Not here
(12 + 2) + 6 = 12 + (2 + 6)
35
Maxine started with $86.75 in her bank account. After school on Monday, she spent some money at the candy store. Which equation would you use to find the amount of money, m, Maxine spent if she has $50.61 left in her account?
a. $50.61  m = $86.75 b. $86.75 + m = $50.61 c. $86.75  m = $50.61 d. Not here
36 Solve for n. n  2.8 = 65.18
37 Solve for h. 32 x h = 160
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a. n = 67.98
b. n = 62.38
c. n = 649
d. Not here
a. h = 4,800
b. h = 192
c. h = 128
d. Not here
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ALGEBRA AND FUNCTIONS Please pick the best answer. 38 Find two of the coordinates.
6 4
A
3 2
D
b. (0,4) and (0,3)
C
1 6 5 4 3 2 1
a. (3,0) and (3,4)
B
5
1
1 2
3
4
5 6
2 3 4 5
E
c. (3,2) and (5,1) d. Not here
6
39 Which equation represents the given function?
a. x ÷ y = 2
6 5 4
b. x  y = 2
3 2 1 6 5 4 3 2 1
1
1 2
3
4
5 6
c. x + y = 2
2 3
d. Not here
4 5 6
MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY
Please pick the best answer.
40 How many feet are in 72 inches?
41 What is the perimeter and area of the figure?
b. 6
c. 7
d. Not here
a. P = 50 cm. A = 150 cm.²
12 cm. 6 cm.
4 cm.
a. 5
4 cm.
b. P = 72 cm. A = 150 cm.² c. P = 72 cm. A = 200 cm.²
4 cm. 20 cm. 42 Find the circumference and area.
d. Not here
16
ft.
a. C = 32 ft. A = 50.24 ft.² b. C = 50.24 ft. A = 200.96 ft.² c. C = 200.96 ft. A = 50.24 ft.² d. Not here
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MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY
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Please pick the best answer.
a. V = 48 ft³ SA = 44 ft²
43 Which of the following volumes and surface areas are correct for the following rectangular prism?
b. V = 24 ft³ SA = 88 ft²
6 ft.
4 ft. 44
c. V = 48 ft³ SA = 88 ft²
2 ft.
d. Not here
Find the measurement of the missing angle in the triangle.
a. 70˚
?˚
b. 10˚ c. 250˚
63˚
d. Not here
47˚
45 What is the complement of the given angle?
57˚ 46 Name an angle adjacent to 8. 3 5 6 7
4 8 9
10
a. 57˚
b. 123˚
c. 33˚
d. Not here
a.
10
b.
9
c.
5
d. Not here
STATISTICS, DATA ANALYSIS, AND PROBABILITY
Please pick the best answer.
47 Find the mean of the following data set. 3, 2, 16, 18, 21
48 Find the mode of the following data set. 10, 8, 5, 14, 5, 6, 5, 4, 10, 8
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a. 60
b. 30
c. 12
d. Not here
a. 5
b. 8
c. 10
d. Not here Number correct: _____/6
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STATISTICS, DATA ANALYSIS, AND PROBABILITY 49
Name an outlier.
x
x x x x
x 66 67 68 69
65%
71 72 73 74
70%
76 77 78 79
75%
x x x x x x x x
x x x x 81 82 83 84
80%
x x x x x x x x
86 87 88 89
85%
91 92 93 94
90%
Please pick the best answer.
a. 95% b. 80%
x x x x
x x
95%
100%
b. B
How Selected
c. C
B
Every 28th number in the phone book is called and surveyed.
C
Addresses are drawn at random and are sent a survey to complete.
d. Not here
51 Who ran the most miles and how many miles did he run? Miles Ran Each Week
a. David  29 Joe David
76
Miles ran
d. Not here
a. A
People at the gym are randomly selected and given a survey.
A
c. 96%
96 97 98 99
50 Jack and Jill want to see how many people exercise on a daily basis in Riverside. They use three different sampling methods to poll a sample of people. Which method results in a biased sample? Sample
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b. Joe  30 c. David  30
5
d. Not here
432
52
53
Number of weeks
Week 6

Week 5

Week 4

Week 3

Week 2

Week 1


1
Week 7
Peter is having lunch in the cafeteria today. He has 3 choices of sandwich meat, 6 choices of sides, and 7 choices of a drink. How many possible combinations can Peter have? In her drawer, Jenny has 3 blue socks, 6 white socks, and 9 black socks. What is the probability that she will take out a sock that is not white? Property of Oxford Tutoring Center ÂŠ 2006. All rights reserved.
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b. 126
c. 25
d. Not here
a. 1 3 c. 1 2
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STATISTICS, DATA ANALYSIS, AND PROBABILITY 54
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Please pick the best answer.
There are 3 heart cards, 3 spade cards, and 2 diamond cards laid face down on a table. What is the probability that you choose a heart or a spade?
55 Jerry has a bag of marbles that has 4 red marbles and 4 blue marbles. He also has a cube numbered 16. What is the probability that he pulls out a red marble and then rolls a 3 on the cube?
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a. 3 4 c. 1 4
b. 3 8
2 3 c. 1 12
b. 1 2
a.
d. Not here
d. Not here
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PREALGEBRA CONCEPTS 4
Writing and Evaluating Exponents Goals:
Review:
Standards:
~ Students will learn what an exponent is, ~ Multiplication of whole numbers how to write exponents, and how to evaluate exponents.
Grade Six: NS 2.0
Topic 1: Writing Exponents
Topic 2: Evaluating Exponents
WarmUp Activity Ask if anybody knows what an exponent is. If they do, have them use the board to explain it to you. Then, explain to students that we use exponents to express numbers that are multiplied together two times or more.
1. Set up the problem.
1. Write the following exponent on the board and explain its parts.
4³
base exponent 2. This represents a product of factors or 4 x 4 x 4.
Evaluate 8² x 2 4 .
2. Write as a product of factors. 3. Evaluate.
8 x 8 = 64 x 2 = 128 x 2 = 256 x 2 = 512 x 2 = 1,024
1. Set up the problem. 2. Write as a product of factors. 3. Evaluate.
3. Set up the problem. Write using exponents: 2x2x2x2x2 4. The base will be 2. Count the number of twos to find the exponent value. 25 1. Set up the problem. Write using exponents: 4x4x6x6x6 2. The bases will be 4 and 6. Count the number of fours and sixes to find the exponent value. 4² x 6³
8x8x2x2x2x2
Evaluate (3)³. 3 x 3 x 3 3 x 3 = 9 x 3 = 27
Closing Activity This closing activity will review all the lessons on integers and exponents. Split the group into two separate groups. Hand a gameboard to each group. Use color counters as game pieces/tokens. Each person rolls the dice. the person who rolls the highest number goes first. The first player rolls the dice and draws a card. The player completes the problem. If correct, the player moves ahead the rolled number of spaces. If incorrect, the player moves back the rolled number of spaces. The cards and spaces on the board will have further instructions that students should follow if they land on the space or get the card.
Sample Problems: Write using exponents.
Sample Problems: Evaluate.
1. 6 x 6 x 6 = 6³
1. 3 4 = 81
2. 3 x 3 x 5 x 5 = 3² x 5²
2. 4² x 2³ = 128
3. 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 8 x 8 = 24 x 8²
3. (2)³ x 3 4 = 648
4. 9 x 7 x 7 x 7 x 4 x 4 = 9 x 7³ x 4²
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Writing Expressions and Equations Goals: ~ Students will learn the difference between expressions and equations. ~ They will also learn to write expressions and equations from words.
Review:
Standards:
~ Math terminology (sum, difference, product, quotient, is, more than, less than, etc.)
Topic 1: Writing Expressions
PREALGEBRA CONCEPTS 5
Grade Six: AF 1.1, 1.2
Topic 2: Writing Equations
1. Set up the problem. WarmUp Activity Can students tell you what the Write the equation: difference is between expressions and equations? Have The difference of five times a them guess about how to tell the difference between number and 16 is forty four. the two. Once the discussion is over, explain that an 2. Look for key words like “difference”,“five times”, and equation has an equal sign while an expression does “a number”. Difference means the answer to a not. Expressions can only be simplified and equations subtraction problem, five times means can be solved. multiplication, and a number is a variable. 1. Set up the problem. Write the expression: 3. Write the expression. Three less than four times 5x  16 a number. 2. Look for key words like “less than”,“four times”, and “a number”. Less than means subtraction, four times means multiplication, and a number means a variable.
4. Students should also practice translating equations into words. For example, 3(x + 5) = 18 would be “three times the sum of a number and 5.”
3. Write the expression.
Remind students: “Is” refers to the equal sign of an equation. Also give an example of when parenthesis would be used. For example, 2 times the difference of a number and 6 is 7. Since it is 2 times the DIFFERENCE of something, the DIFFERENCE expression needs to be in parenthesis: 2(x  6) = 7.
4x  3 3  4x would be incorrect because the 3 is less than something else, therefore it needs to come after that something else. In this case, after 4x. 4. Students should also practice translating expressions into words. For example, x² + 2 would be “the sum of a number squared and 2.”
Closing Activity Write the following symbols and numbers on the board: 3, 13, 5, x, ÷, ², (), +, , and =. Have students take turns writing an expression or equation on the board using the listed symbols. The rest of the class should translate the expression/equation into words.
Sample Problems: Write an expression.
Sample Problems: Write an equation.
1. The sum of a number and eight.
1. The product of seven and a number plus twenty is thirtyfour.
2. The quotient of two times a number and six. 3. Four times the sum of a number and three.
2. Two times a number squared minus twelve is seventeetn.
4. Nine less than a number squared.
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