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Included in this zip folder are 25 high school math assignments in PDF files. These assignments can be completed at socrative.com or be printed. Each is on 1 or 2 pages for easy printing. A brief description and title of each:

(1) 1 Variable Inequalities Assignment #2 (35 questions)

14 problems are multiple choice where the student picks the number line solution of a 1 variable inequality. In the other 21 problems, the student solves an inequality and responds with the solution in interval notation.

(2) All 6 Trig Values Assignment #2 (35 Questions)

The student identifies sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant and cosecant values form triangles and given values of other trig functions.

(3) Degree 1 Equation Proofs Assignment #1 (15 Questions)

Uses the property of Real Numbers and equality to identify the missing reason in a proof.

(4) Degree 1 Equation Proofs Assignment #1 (15 Questions)

Uses the property of Real Numbers and equality to identify the missing reason in a proof.

(5) Degree 1 Equation Proofs Assignment A (24 Questions)

Identifies degree 1 equations and uses the property of Real Numbers and equality to identify the missing reason in a proof.

(6) Degree 2 Equation Proofs Assignment #3 (12 Questions)

Uses the property of Real Numbers and equality to identify the missing reason in a degree 2 proof.

(7) Degree 2 Equation Proofs Assignment #5 (12 Questions)

Uses the property of Real Numbers and equality to identify the missing reason in a degree 2 proof.

(8) Function Values Assignment #8 Comp but no Inverse (24 Questions)

The student finds values from graphs, by addition, subtraction, multiplication, and the composite operations.

(9) Graphs of 5 Common Functions Assignment #4 (20 Questions)

Uses stretches and shrinks of y=x², y=x³ ,y=|x|, y=√x and y=e^x to match graphs to equations.

(10) Graphs of 5 Common Functions Assignment #8 (40 Questions)

Uses transformations of y=x², y=x³ ,y=|x|, y=√x and y=e^x map points and graphs.

(11) Imaginary Numbers Assignment #6B (48 Questions)

The student adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides Complex Numbers. The student also raises i to powers as well as classifies a number into the subsets of the Complex Numbers.

(12) Intervals of Increase and Decrease Assignment C (40 Questions)

Identify intervals as increasing or decreasing and identify points where the graph changes direction. Also, write intervals of increase and decease in interval notation.

(13) Limits of Points of Discontinuity Assignment C (48 questions)

Uses the definitions of Rational functions, limits, jump discontinuity, removable discontinuity and infinite discontinuity to answer questions.

(14) Linear Regression Assignment #7 (24 Questions)

Uses correlation coefficients, x bar, y bar, y hat, the least squares regression line and summations.

(15) Physics Assignment #2 Choose a Formula (24 Questions)

As an introduction to basic motion problems in Physics, the student chooses the best formula from acceleration, displacement and average velocity given a scenario.

(16) Polynomials Assignment #6C Degree (24 Questions)

The student identifies standard form, lead coefficients, quadratic coefficients, linear and constant coefficients. Degree is also addressed as well as identifying linear and quadratic functions.

(17) Quadratic Forms Assignment #10 (56 Questions)

In both graphs and equations, the student expresses the vertex as a point on the plane, and the axis of symmetry as an equation of a vertical line. Also, the student expresses each Domain and Range in interval notation.

(18) Quadratic Forms Assignment #10A (56 Questions)

Is like 10

(19) Quadratic Formula Assignment #4B (40 Questions)

Uses substitution into the quadratic formula, the definition of ±, the discriminant and subsets of the Complex Numbers to answer questions.

(20) Real Numbers, Properties and Sets Assignment #9 Test (40 Questions)

Uses the definitions of Real Numbers, subsets, commutative, associative, distributive, inverse, identity, symmetric, reflexive and transitive to answer questions.

(21) Reflections of Functions over Axes Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Uses replacement to determine if a function or point reflects over the x axis, y axis or both axes.

(22) SAT Assignment #7 Test (25 Questions)

This is a summative assessment over SAT math questions previously learned.

(23) SAT Assignment #7A Test (25 Questions)

This is a summative assessment over SAT math questions previously learned.

(24) Secant and Cosecant Graphs Assignment #1A (32 questions)

The student analyzes 4 graphs and finds, in each:

- The equation of the centerline
- The vertical stretch factor(height)
- The period
- The horizontal stretch factor
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=cscx
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=secx
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=-cscx
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=-secx

(25) Sinusoids Assignment #3F1 (32 Questions)

The student analyzes 4 graphs and finds, in each:

- The equation of the centerline
- The vertical stretch factor(height)
- The period
- The horizontal stretch factor
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=sinx
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=cosx
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=-sinx
- The phase angle if interpreted as y=-cosx

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