25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files

25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
25 Socrative High School Math Assignments (Part 20) in PDF Files
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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) Advanced Factoring Assignment #3 (24 questions)

The student identifies cubes and squares and the sum and difference of cubes and squares.

(2) Degree 1 Equations Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student solves whole equations and parts of equations and recognizes the addition, subtraction, division and symmetric properties of equality.

(3) Domain of y=sqrtx and y=1/x Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student identifies numbers in the domain of these functions.

(4) Ellipse Unit Assignment #2 (21 questions)

The student recognizes the direction of an ellipse from a graph and equations in standard form.

(5) Ellipse Unit Assignment #3 (18 questions)

The student finds lengths of axes and equations of ellipses from given information.

(6) Exponents Assignment #3D (24 questions)

The emphasis is adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and raising monomials to powers,.

(7) Factoring Trinomials Assignment #15N (16 questions)

The emphasis is factoring trinomials.

(8) Factoring Trinomials Assignment #15O (16 questions)

The emphasis is factoring trinomials.

(9) Factoring Trinomials Assignment #15P (16 questions)

The emphasis is factoring trinomials.

(10) Hyperbola Unit Assignment #2 (21 questions)

The student recognizes the direction of a hyperbola from a graph and equations in standard form.

(11) Hyperbola Unit Assignment #4 (20 questions)

The student lengths of axes and other distances in a hyperbola from a graph.

(12) Inverse Trig Assignment #1 (45 questions)

The student finds the end behavior, domain, range, types of intervals, symmetry and asymptotes from the graphs of inverse sine, cosine and tangent.

(13) Law of Sines and Cosines Assignment #1 (24 questions)

Given triangles, the student identifies which missing part should be found 1st and should the Law of Sines or Cosines be used.

(14) Law of Sines and Cosines Assignment #2 (24 questions)

Given triangles, the student identifies which missing part should be found 1st and should the Law of Sines or Cosines be used. The student also finds missing parts of the triangles.

(15) Linear Regression Assignment #2 (40 questions)

Given 10 data points the student finds the summations of x-x bar, y-ybar, (x-xbar)^2, (y-ybar)^2, (x-xbar)(y-ybar), xy and others to find the correlation coefficient, the slope of the regression line and the y intercept of the regression line.

(16) Linear Regression Assignment #3 (40 questions)

Given 10 data points the student finds the summations of x-x bar, y-ybar, (x-xbar)^2, (y-ybar)^2, (x-xbar)(y-ybar), xy and others to find the correlation coefficient, the slope of the regression line and the y intercept of the regression line.

(17) No Calculator Assignment #1 (40 questions)

The student converts mixed numbers to improper fractions, adds integers, raises integers to powers, multiplies integers, adds fractions, multiplies fractions and divides fractions without a calculator.

(18) No Calculator Assignment #2 (40 questions)

The student converts mixed numbers to improper fractions, adds integers, raises integers to powers, multiplies integers, adds fractions, multiplies fractions and divides fractions without a calculator.

(19) Non vertical Projectiles Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The emphasis is identifying parametric points and using parametric equations.

(20) Non vertical Projectiles Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The emphasis is identifying simple motion formulas and using parametric equations.

(21) Odd and Even Functions Assignment #3 (24 questions)

The emphasis is identifying odd and even functions and using their properties.

(22) Odd, Even, End Behavior, Intervals, and Domain Assignment #1 (40 questions)

The student uses the properties of odd and even functions, identifies end behavior, identifies the domain of y=sqrtx and y=1/x and identifies increasing and decreasing intervals of functions.

(23) Polar Conics Assignment #8 (24 questions)

The emphasis is identifying parabolas, ellipses and hyperbolas from polar equations and graphs.

(24)Polynomial Long Division Assignment #1 (24 questions)

The student writes polynomials in standard form, finds missing monomials in products, and identifies the degree of quotients and remainders.

(25) )Polynomial Long Division Assignment #2 (24 questions)

The student writes polynomials in standard form, finds missing monomials in products, and finds missing pieces in the division algorithm.

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