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This 49- question, self-grading exam assesses students on the first half of algebra 1.
This may be used as the actual mid-term exam, review for a mid-term exam, refresher after winter break, end-of-course review, or part of an algebra 1 refresh for geometry or algebra 2 students.
Questions are organized as follows:
Section 1: Enter email
Section 2: The Real Number System & Expressions
(Order of Operations, Evaluating Algebraic Expressions, Classify Real Numbers, Interpret Algebraic Expressions, Simplify Algebraic Expression, Distributive Property)
Section 3: Solving Equations
(Properties of Equality, Solve Two- Step, Multi- Step, Determine Solutions, Algebraic Proportions, Absolute Value Equations, Literal Equations)
Section 4: Graphing & Solving Inequalities
(Graph Single & Compound Inequalities, Solve One-Step, Two- Step, Multi- Step, Compound, & Absolute Value Inequalities)
Section 5: Introduction to Functions
(Identify Functions, Identify Linear Functions, Identify Domain of Discrete & Continuous Functions, Key Features of Graphs, Evaluate Functions, Arithmetic Sequences)
Section 6: Linear Functions
(Find Slope Given a Graph or Two Points, Write Equations in Slope- Intercept Form, Graph Linear Equations using Slope- Intercept Form and Intercepts, Graph Absolute Value Functions, Write Functions)
Section 7: Systems of Linear Equations & Inequalities
(Solve Linear Systems by Graphing, Substitution, & Elimination, Determine Solutions/ Special Solutions, Write & Solve Systems for a Real- World Problem, Graph Linear Inequalities, Graph Systems of Linear Inequalities)
I have the assignment set to give each student their grade at the end. Then, if necessary, I have them complete THIS form to make corrections and learn from their mistakes.
I have also provided a 6- page copy of the same questions from the Google Form so that students can solve each problem in an organized manner.
You will receive a link & directions to access a copy of the google form. Once copied, it is yours to edit. The entire form is editable with the exception of images I have uploaded. You are always free to delete/ add/ change anything on the form!
I have the form set to collect email addresses but if your students don't have email addresses you can easily turn that feature off and add a question asking their name.
Please note: There is not an option to save and complete at a later date. I highly recommend that you ensure students have enough time to complete this assignment in one sitting. Another option is to have them work out all of the problems on a hard copy of the assignment (included in the download) and then have them transfer their answers to the Google Form when they are complete.
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