This practice sheet is perfect to allow students to determine what type of probability is being used: random discrete or binomial. This sheet will ask students to determine the type of probability, find the mean & standard
This quiz assesses students understanding of the addition and multiplication rules of probability. It also tests their understanding of independent vs. dependent variables, as well as the term mutually exclusive.
This test was created for Algebra II. It assesses the students knowledge of exponential growth and decay, inverse functions, and logarithmic functions. It is an editable word document for you to add or remove any questions you would like.
This quiz assesses student abilities to solve a system of equations by graphing and substitution. The substitution questions are designed to be an easier type, which allows this assessment to happen after teaching the topic.
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This short quiz assesses the students' understanding of binomial probability. They are asked to create a histogram, find mean, and standard deviation. The wording also expects the students to know that expected value is equal to mean.
This assessment allows students to show their understanding of the standard normal curve. The first question addresses the information on the empirical rule. The next questions address finding a z-score, finding x-values using a z-score, and judging
This is a product that takes students through the definition of relation, domain, range, and function. It will show students how to find domain and range, as well as determining if a relation is function, for ordered pairs, mappings, and graphs.
This short quiz is perfect to assess students after teaching histograms and frequency tables. There are multiple choice and true/false questions for comprehension. There is also a table for students to fill out their own frequency table to create a
Objective: For students to practice solving multi-step equations with variables on either side
Instructions: Print out each page and hang somewhere around the room. Students can work by themselves or with partners. Students pick a problem to start
This product gives the students 4 ready-made problems to practice finding standard deviation and then answer questions using Chebyshev's Theorem. There are tables provided for students to use to help with the process if you want them to find the
This practice allows students to use their knowledge of the empirical rule to make predictions. There are two sections where the students will use the rules directly and a third section where the students will us a percentage to find the range.
This activity gives the students four situations where they must apply both the addition rule and conditional rule of probability.
They must first use logic to finish filling out the tables. This adds a part that most students find fun and