**multilevel assessment
** This is a math "pre-test" designed to be similar to a Math GED Ready. This is an overall review to assess a student's mathematical reasoning skills.

# Level E

# Measurement and Data Level E

- Mastery of Level D
- Representing
**Data**

Students will be able to:- Represent data by plotting it on a
**number line** - Summarize numerical
**data**by the number of observations, how it was

measured, and units of measure; identify**mean, median, mode**and

patterns within data; by explaining variability within a data set; and by

explaining how the choice of central measure affects the shape of the**distribution**

- Represent data by plotting it on a
- Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative
**Data**

Students will be able to:- Account for the effects of outliers in a data set
- Summarize, represent, and interpret
**data on two variables** - Recognize associations and trends in the
**bivariate data** - Interpret
**linear models of data,**applying understanding of slope and

intercept in reference to**statistical data** - E. Recognize the difference between
**correlation and causation**

# Algebraic Thinking Level E

- Mastery of Level D
- Interpreting the Structure of
**Expressions**

Students will be able to:- Identify the components of an
**expression** - Rewrite an
**expression** - Explain properties of the quantity represented

- Identify the components of an
- Performing Arithmetic with
**Polynomials**and Rational**Expressions**

Students will be able to:- Perform all four basic operations on
**polynomials**and**rational**

expressions - Rewrite
**rational expressions**in different forms

- Perform all four basic operations on
- Creating
**Equations**that Describe Numbers or Relationships

Students will be able to:- Create
**equations or inequalities in one variable**to solve problems - Create
**equations or inequalities in two or more variables**to represent

relationships from real-world applications

- Create
- Reasoning with
**Equations**and**Inequalities**

Students will be able to:- Explain the steps in solving a
**simple equation** - Solve
**simple rational and radical equations in one variable** - Solve
**linear equations/inequalities in one variable** - Solve
**quadratic equations in one variable** - Solve a
**system of equations**both exactly and in graphic representation - Understand that the
**graph of an equation in two variable**s is the

representation of all**possible solutions plotted in a coordinate plane**

- Explain the steps in solving a
- Understanding
**Functions**

Students will be able to:- Understand the concept of a
**function** - Recognize or build a
**function**from**contextualized materials**or in

applied situations - Recognize and analyze a
**function**or functions represented

algebraically, graphically, in tables, or verbally

- Understand the concept of a
- Write a function given a relationship between two quantities

# Geometry Level E

- Mastery of Level D
- Experimenting with
**Transformations in the Plane**

Students will be able to:- Define and use the terms
**angle, circle, perpendicular line, parallel line,**and**line segment** - Identify
**angles, circles, perpendicular and parallel lines, line segments,**and**distance along a line**

- Define and use the terms
- Proving Theorems involving
**Similarity**

Students will be able to:- Use
**congruence**and**similarity**criteria for**triangles**to solve problems and prove relationships.

- Use
- Problem Solving with
**Volume**

Students will be able to:- Compare and contrast
**cylinders, pyramids,**cones**and spheres** - Find
**volume**given different units of length - Find missing
**dimensions**given the**volume**

- Compare and contrast

# Number Sense Level E

- Broadening Use of
**Real Numbers**

Students will be able to:- Use the
**properties of exponents**to rewrite**expressions**involving

**radicals**and**rational exponents**

- Use the
- Reasoning Quantitatively using Units and Appropriate Levels of Precision

Students will be able to:- Use units as a way to understand problems and to guide the solution of

multi-step problems - Choose and interpret units consistently in formulas

- Use units as a way to understand problems and to guide the solution of