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Select the number of each type of objective: (Selecting Random will randomly generate all subtypes) Click on any title to see the free sample worksheet. (only the first few samples are free) (Random) (2.A) Linear functions, equations, and inequalities. Determine the domain and range of a linear function in mathematical problems; determine reasonable domain and range values for realworld situations, both continuous and discrete; and represent domain and range using inequalities;
b. Testing Solutions of Inequalities c. Finding Domain of Relations d. Finding Range of Relations e. Solving for the domain of a Linear Function given an element of the range f. Find the value of a Linear Function g. Find the domain and range of a Linear Function h. Finding Domains i. Finding Ranges j. Graphing Solutions of Simple Inequalities
b. Finding and Completing Patterns (from Sequences) c. Finding and Completing Patterns (from Word Problems) d. Writing Linear Equations from Graphs e. Writing a Linear Equation from the yintercept and Slope f. Writing Linear Equations from 2 Points g. Writing Linear Equations from a table h. Writing a Linear Equation from a Point and Slope i. Changing an Equation to Standard Form j. Changing an Equation to SlopeIntercept Form
b. Writing Linear Functions from Graphs c. Writing Linear Functions from Words d. Writing Linear Functions from Sets/Tables e. Writing Linear Functions from Sequences f. Setting Up Word Problems g. Writing the Equation of a Linear Graph h. Translating Verbal Expressions i. Translating Verbal Equations j. Writing an Equation from Word Problems or Pictures
b. Find the yintercepts of a Linear Function c. Finding zeros of a Linear Function d. Linear Word Problems  finding slope e. Linear Word Problems  finding yintercepts f. Graphically Finding the Roots and Zeros g. Graphing in SlopeIntercept Form h. Graphing with PointSlope Form i. Graphing from Standard Form j. Finding the x and y Intercepts From an Equation k. Graphing with x and y Intercepts l. Identify x and y Intercepts from a Graph m. Identifying Continuity in Graphs n. Finding Maximum and Minimum Values in Graphs o. Finding X and Y intercepts in Graphs p. Reading Graphs for Word Problems
b. Solving Simple Linear Equations c. Solving MultiStep Linear Equations (constant on one side) d. Solving Linear Equations with x's on both sides e. Solving MultiStep Linear Equations f. Setting up Word Problems g. Solving Mixture Problems h. Solving for x in Perimeter Problems i. Filling In Algebraic Proofs (Simplifying Expressions) j. Filling In Algebraic Proofs (Equations)

(Random) (7.A) Quadratic functions and equations. Graph quadratic functions on the coordinate plane and use the graph to identify key attributes, if possible, including xintercept, yintercept, zeros, maximum value, minimum values, vertex, and the equation of the axis of symmetry;
b. Find the yintercepts of a Quadratic Function c. Finding where a Quadratic Function is positive d. Finding where a Quadratic Function is negative e. Finding maxima and minima of a Quadratic Function f. Finding the Axis of Symmetry of a Parabola from a Graph g. Finding the Min/Max of a Parabola from Standard Form h. Finding the Vertex of a Parabola from Standard Form i. Finding the Axis of Symmetry of a Parabola from Standard Form
b. Using Synthetic Division c. Using Long Division d. Using Box Division e. Factoring to Solve Quadratic Equations f. Solving Quadratic Equations using the Quadratic Formula g. Verifying Solutions of Quadratic Equations h. Expressing Solutions to Quadratic Equations in a Table
b. Solving Quadratic Based Word Problems c. Solving for x in Area Problems d. Area Word Problems e. Solving Quadratic Equations in Vertex form f. Quadratic Word Problems  finding max/min g. Quadratic Word Problems  finding yintercepts h. Quadratic Word Problems  finding xintercepts i. Quadratic Word Problems  finding f(a) j. Quadratic Word Problems  finding x where f(x) = a
b. Find the yintercepts of a Exponential Function c. Finding where a Exponential Function is positive d. Finding where a Exponential Function is negative e. Finding asymptotes of a Exponential Function f. Exponential Word Problems  finding yintercepts g. Exponential Word Problems  finding f(a) h. Exponential Word Problems  finding x where f(x) = a
b. Multiplying Polynomials
b. Dividing Polynomials by a Monomial (no factoring needed) c. Dividing Polynomials by a Binomial (requires factoring)
b. Estimating Square Roots (decimal values) c. Simplifying Square Roots d. Simplifying Harder Square Roots e. Adding/Subtracting Square Roots f. Multiplying Square Roots g. Using the Pythagorean Theorem (finding the Hypotenuse) h. Evaluating a Square Root (of Discriminant) i. Evaluating Square and Cube Root Expressions j. Simplifying Square and Cube Root Expressions
b. Fixing Negative and Zero Exponents c. Multiplying Monomials Law of Exponents d. Dividing Monomials Law of Exponents e. Raising Monomials to a Power Law of Exponents f. Simplifying Mixed Monomial Expressions g. Using Scientific Notation h. Solving Scientific Notation Word Problems

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