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18 questions on cube roots and the relationship between cubing a number and taking the cube root of a number being inverse operations and finding length of the edge of a cube given volume and solving equations with perfect cubes. Comes as an ExamView Bank BNK and as a PDF Worksheet. Both have the same questions.
Can be used as a worksheet for an assignment, class work, homework or even as an assessment like a quiz.
Compatible with ExamView Test maker software. Drag this file into the ExamView test bank folder in your program files. Then you will have these questions available to use with your other test banks to create tests, worksheets, etc. ExamView Banks are great for use with technology like CPS (Classroom Performance System) einstruction clickers. I use clickers in my classroom class every day. ExamView Banks are Smart Response, Blackboard, WebCT, Interactive Whiteboard (Mimio Board or SmartBoard) and ANGEL compatible. I love any type of classroom response systems. Ideal for Plickers too. This bank was created in ExamView 7.
Aligned with common core standards and item specifications for Florida’s 8th Math FSA. TEKS, Common Core Math 8.EE.A.2, Florida MAFS.8.EE.1.2
Check out my other ExamView Assessment Banks:
Functions: Standard Form to Slope-Intercept ExamView Test Bank
Properties of Parallel Lines ExamView Test Bank
Exterior Angles of Triangles ExamView Test Bank
Rational vs. Irrational Numbers ExamView Test Bank
8th Math Number Systems ExamView Test Bank
This activity is included in my Pre-Algebra ExamView Bundle #1
Check it out if you are interested in some great math activities!
Mr. Slope Guy in Mathville, Florida
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