**Name ____________________________________________________ Period (A day) _______ Term 4**

Concept # |
Concept name |
Try 1 |
Try 2 |
Try 3 |
Retake |

1 |
Calculate the area of a
2-dimensional object |
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2 |
Calculate the area of a
3-dimenstional object |
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3 |
Calculate the volume and surface
area of a pyramid |
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4 |
Determine if the sample is random
or not |
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5 |
Explain how your random samples
in concept 4 will represent the entire population |
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6 |
Create a line plot, bar graph (or
histogram), line graph and pictograph from the given data |
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7 |
Compare 2 visual representations.
Explain how they vary by looking at the graph and analyzing it. |
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8 |
Make a prediction about the
samples |
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9 |
Calculate and compare the
numerical center and spread from 2 data distributions |
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10 |
Determine the outcomes of an
event |
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11 |
Calculate theoretical
probabilities on a chance process (spinning a spinner, throwing a die, etc.)
for simple events |
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12 |
Given the theoretical
probabilities of a chance event, predict the approximate frequencies for a
given number of trials in an experiment of the event. |
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13 |
Develop a probability model and
use it to find probabilities of an event |
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14 |
Compare probabilities from a
model to observed frequencies |
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15 |
Represent sample spaces for
compound events using various methods |
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16 |
Calculate the compound probability
of events. |
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17 |
Solve equations with fractions or
decimals |
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18 |
Solve equations with variables on
both sides of the equations |
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19 |
Construct and solve equations
with variables on both sides of the equal sign using a real-world problem |