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Self-Check Quizzes—LEAP 21

Self-Check Quizzes randomly generates a self-grading quiz correlated to each lesson in your textbook. Hints are available if you need extra help. Immediate feedback that includes specific page references allows you to review lesson skills. Choose a lesson from the list below.

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Grade-Level Expectation Student Lesson(s)
1. Factor whole numbers into primes (N-1-M)
2. Determine common factors and common multiples for pairs of whole numbers (N-1-M)
5-1, 5-4
3. Find the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM) for whole numbers in the context of problem-solving (N-1-M)
5-1, 5-4
4. Recognize and compute equivalent representations of fractions and decimals (i.e., halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, eighths, tenths, hundredths) (N-1-M) (N-3-M)
5-2, 5-6, 5-7
5. Decide which representation (i.e., fraction or decimal) of a positive number is appropriate in a real-life situation (N-1-M) (N-5-M)
5-6, 5-7
6. Compare positive fractions, decimals, and positive and negative integers using symbols (i.e., <, =, >) and number lines (N-2-M)
3-2, 5-5, 8-1
7. Read and write numerals and words for decimals through ten-thousandths (N-3-M)
8. Demonstrate the meaning of positive and negative numbers and their opposites in real-life situations (N-3-M) (N-5-M)
9. Add and subtract fractions and decimals in real-life situations (N-5-M)
3-5, 6-3, 6-4, 6-5, 6-6
10. Use and explain estimation strategies to predict computational results with positive fractions and decimals (N-6-M)
3-4, 6-2, 7-1
11. Mentally multiply and divide by powers of 10 (e.g., 25/10 = 2.5; 12.56 x 100 = 1,256) (N-6-M)
4-1, 4-3
12. Divide 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers with the quotient written as a mixed number or a decimal (N-7-M)
4-3 , 4-4
13. Use models and pictures to explain concepts or solve problems involving ratio, proportion, and percent with whole numbers (N-8-M)
10-1, 10-2, 10-3, 10-4
14. Model and identify perfect squares up to 144 (A-1-M)
15. Match algebraic equations and expressions with verbal statements and vice versa (A-1-M) (A-3-M) (A-5-M) (P-2-M)
1-6, 1-7
16. Evaluate simple algebraic expressions using substitution (A-2-M)
17. Find solutions to 2-step equations with positive integer solutions (e.g., 3x - 5 = 13, 2x + 3x = 20) (A-2-M)
18. Measure length and read linear measurements to the nearest sixteenth-inch and mm (M-1-M)
12-1, 12-3
19. Calculate perimeter and area of triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids (M-1-M)
14-1, 14-2
20. Calculate, interpret, and compare rates such as $/lb., mpg, and mph (M-1-M) (A-5-M)
21. Demonstrate an intuitive sense of relative sizes of common units for length and area of familiar objects in real-life problems (e.g., estimate the area of a desktop in square feet, the average adult is between 1.5 and 2 meters tall) (M-2-M) (G-1-M)
1-8, 12-1, 12-3, 14-2, 14-3
22. Estimate perimeter and area of any 2-dimensional figure (regular and irregular) using standard units (M-2-M)
4-5, 14-1, 14-2, 14-3
23. Identify and select appropriate units to measure area (M-3-M)
24. Use mathematical terms to describe the basic properties of 3-dimensional objects (edges, vertices, faces, base, etc.) (G-2-M)
25. Relate polyhedra to their 2-dimensional shapes by drawing or sketching their faces (G-2-M) (G-4-M)
MAC2 12-1
26. Apply concepts, properties, and relationships of points, lines, line segments, rays, diagonals, circles, and right, acute, and obtuse angles and triangles in real-life situations, including estimating sizes of angles (G-2-M) (G-5-M) (G-1-M)
13-1, 13-2, 13-3, 13-4
27. Make and test predictions regarding tessellations with geometric shapes (G-3-M)
28. Use a rectangular grid and ordered pairs to plot simple shapes and find horizontal and vertical lengths and area (G-6-M)
14-1, 14-2
29. Collect, organize, label, display, and interpret data in frequency tables, stem-and-leaf plots, and scatter plots and discuss patterns in the data verbally and in writing (D-1-M) (D-2-M) (A-3-M)
2-1, 2-5
30. Describe and analyze trends and patterns observed in graphic displays (D-2-M)
2-4, 2-8
31. Demonstrate an understanding of precision, accuracy, and error in measurement (D-2-M) (M-2-M)
MAC2 12-6
32. Calculate and discuss mean, median, mode, and range of a set of discrete data to solve real-life problems (D-2-M)
2-6, 2-7
33. Create and use Venn diagrams with two overlapping categories to solve counting logic problems (D-3-M)
34. Use lists, tree diagrams, and tables to determine the possible combinations from two disjoint sets when choosing one item from each set (D-4-M)
35. Illustrate and apply the concept of complementary events (D-5-M)
36. Apply the meaning of equally likely and equally probable to real-life situations (D-5-M) (D-6-M)
37. Describe, complete, and apply a pattern of differences found in an input-output table (P-1-M) (P-2-M) (P-3-M)
9-6, 9-7
38. Describe patterns in sequences of arithmetic and geometric growth and now-next relationships (i.e., growth patterns where the next term is dependent on the present term) with numbers and figures (P-3-M) (A-4-M)


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