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MAJOR TEST REVIEW WORKSHEET COMMON CORE STANDARDS #1, #2, & #4
Questions 18 Open-Ended Questions worth 4 each(72 Points) 2 for correct answer 2 for explanation/reasoning
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #1 Explain the difference between a rational and irrational number. List some examples of each and explain each. Use as many different examples as possible. 3 questions
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #2 Discuss the differences between a whole number, natural number, and an integer. List examples of each. 3 questions
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #3 Change a fraction to a decimal. 2 questions
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #4 Change a decimal to a fraction. 2 questions
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #5 Order numbers (fractions/decimals) from least to greatest. 1 question
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #6 Estimate square roots to the nearest tenth. 7 questions for next three things you must be able to do
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #7 Find the cube roots of perfect cubes.
THINGS YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DO #8 Estimate the cube roots of non-perfect cubes to the nearest tenth.
(as opposed to fake numbers?)
Perfect Square Roots & Approximating Non-Perfect Square Roots
Objective: Students will be able to use roots to estimate solutions.
Warm Up Each square root is between two integers. Name the two integers. Estimate each value. Round to the nearest tenth and.
Real Numbers and the Number Line
Rational or Irrational? Why?
Lesson 9-2 Pages The Real Number System Lesson Check 9-1.
Are You Rational? P.S.RootsGrab Bag $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $600 $800 $400 $1000.
Squares, Square Roots, Cube Roots, & Rational vs. Irrational Numbers.
8-3 Comparing Real Numbers
Estimating Square Roots to the Tenths and Hundredths Place.
REAL NUMBERS (as opposed to fake numbers?) Two Kinds of Real Numbers Rational Numbers Irrational Numbers.
Warm-Up Change each decimal to a fraction:
The Real Number System -13 O, 1, 2, 3… 1/ π.
The Real Number System Real Numbers Irrational Numbers
Section 2-8 Definitions Square root: = 6. Radical sign: This is a radical sign. Perfect square: 4, 9, 16, 25, … are perfect square numbers. Because 2*2=4,
Learn to estimate square roots and solve problems using square roots.
Rational and Irrational Numbers Write down anything you know about rational and irrational number.
Review for Unit 2 Test Directions: Show your work for each slide on the next 2-3 blank pages of your INB. Write the title above on each page you use in.
Review for Unit 2 Quiz 1. Review for U2 Quiz 1 Solve. We will check them together. I will answer questions when we check answers. Combine like terms.
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