8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships

8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
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8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
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8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
8th Math Unit 5 Google Quiz - Non Proportional Relationships
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This Google quiz will assess your students' knowledge of Non Proportional Relationships.

The 12-15 question quiz covers the following skills:

  • Representing Linear Non-Proportional Relationships
  • Determining Slope and y-intercept,
  • Graphing Linear Non-Proportional Relationships Using Slope and y-intercept
  • Proportional & Non-Proportional Situations

The Texas TEKS version also covers Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing.

Two Versions Included - Each version is 100% aligned to its standards.

  • Texas TEKS - This quiz covers 8.4C, 8.5B, 8.5F, and 8.9 and is 15 questions long
  • Common Core - This quiz covers 8.F.3 and 8.F.4 and is 12 questions long.
  • Why are the 2 versions a different amount of questions? - In order to make the quizzes 100% aligned with their standards I must sometimes do a different amount of questions. The Common Core standards require students to learn 4 skills for this unit. The Texas standards require students to learn 5 skills for this unit. Since the Texas TEKS have 1 more skill than the Common Core standards, the Texas version is 3 questions longer.

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    • Teacher instructions are included in a both a print and video format. The video format can be accessed by viewing the preview as well.

    • A paper copy of this quiz is not included, but it can be printed from the google quiz if you have a student who needs a paper copy.

    Customizable

    You can edit, add, and delete questions, change grading scales, and so much more with this editable quiz.

    Other Unit Quizzes Available

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 1 - Real Numbers

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 2 - Scientific Notation

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 3 (TX Edition) - Equations and Inequalities

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 3 (Common Core Edition) - Solving Linear Equations

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 4 - Proportional Relationships

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 6 - Writing Linear Equations

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 7 - Functions

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 7b (CC Only) - Systems of Equations

    8th Math Google Quiz - Unit 8 - Angle Relationships in Parallel Lines & Triangles

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