What was your final letter grade in your last math class?
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How many study halls do you have?
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I have been assigned to a Math Skills class. I have been assigned to or plan to utilize the ASC. I have period 2B free. I have period 3B and/or 4A free. I will usually be at school during the support block (4B). None of the above.

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I have internet access at home on a computer. I have internet access at home on a smart phone. I have internet access at school on a smart phone. I can access the internet during a study hall. I can access the internet during the support block (4B). I can access the internet elsewhere (e.g. at a neighbor's house or at the town library). I do not have access to the internet at all.

Describe your strengths and weaknesses in math.
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Describe your strengths and weaknesses as a student.
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Tell me anything else that you think I should know about you.

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Directions: Some questions may require you to use special symbols or notations. Please format your answers for those questions as shown on the board. If you are not sure how to properly format your answer, ask your teacher.

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Directions: Some questions may require you to use special symbols or notations. Please format your answers for those questions as shown on the board. If you are not sure how to properly format your answer, ask your teacher.

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SCATTERPLOTS:

For question #97, state the quadrant or axis that the point is in.

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For question #98, plot and label the given points.

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LINEAR FUNCTIONS:

For questions #100 and #101, accurately sketch the graph of each line.

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For questions #102 - #104, use the given information to find the slope of each line.

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For questions #105 and #106, use the given information to write the equation of each line in slope-intercept form (y = mx +b).

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QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS:

For questions #107 and #108, accurately sketch the graph of each quadratic function.

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ANGLE RELATIONSHIPS:

For questions #119 - #122, name the angle relationship - complementary, supplementary/linear pair, vertical, alternate interior, alternate exterior, same-side interior, same-side exterior, corresponding.

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PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM:

For questions #129 - #132, find the missing side length of the triangle.

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PERIMETER & AREA:

For questions #133 - #139, find the perimeter/circumference and area of each figure.

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SURFACE AREA & VOLUME:

For questions #140 - #145, find the surface area and volume of each figure.

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CONGRUENT & SIMILAR FIGURES:

Given that the pairs of polygons pictured are similar, find the missing side lengths.

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TRANSFORMATIONS:

For questions #150 - #153, write a rule to describe each transformation.

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For questions #154 - #157, graph the image of the figure using the transformation given. Use the drawing tools to draw the new figure on the scatterplot.