# Math by Kahoot! – Algebra

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# Math 8: Model and Solve Equations With Variables on Both Sides – MATH

Model and solve one-variable equations with variables on both sides that represent mathematical and real-world problems using rational number coefficients and constants. Created...

1. Write and solve an equation to find the value of x. Answer choices will be provided next!
2. What value of x makes the equation true?
3. Which does NOT describe a possible first step to solve the given equation?
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Identify when two expressions are equivalent. For example, the expressions y + y + y and 3y are equivalent because they name the same number regardless of which number y stands ...

1. How many terms are in a monomial?
2. Which of the following terms are monomials?
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# Addition: Multi-digit Numbers – Word Problems – MATH

Fluently add multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.

1. Jim had 14 pairs of shoes. He just bought 17 more. How many pairs of shoes does he have now?
2. There are 356 people on the beach & 148 people in the water. How many people are there in all?
3. A cookie factory produced 43,328 cookies on Tues and 129,231 on Wed. What is the two-day total?
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# Decimals: Multiplication of Multi-Digit Decimals – MATH

Fluently multiply multi digit decimals using the standard algorithm for each operation.

1. Solve.
2. What is 122.1 x 9.32?
3. What is 28.21 x 11.7?
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# Place Value: Rounding Decimals – MATH

Use place value understanding to round decimals to any place.

1. Compare using >, <, or =
2. Round 348.259 to the nearest hundredth.
3. Sam says his shirt costs \$15, but he rounded the actual price. Which could have been the price?
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# Place Value: Rounding Whole Numbers – MATH

Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place.

1. The population of Belize is 366,954. What is this number rounded to the nearest ten?
2. Round to the nearest ten-thousand.
3. Round to the nearest thousand.
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# Addition: Multi-Digit Numbers – MATH

Fluently add multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm .

1. What is the sum of 125 and 439?
2. Solve.
3. Solve.
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# Multiplication: Multi-Digit by Single-Digit – MATH

Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operati...

1. Multiply.
2. Al cut 45 pieces of wood. Each piece is 15 in long. What is the total length of the cut pieces?
3. Multiply.
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# Expressions and Equations: Writing Expressions – MATH

Write expressions that record operations with numbers and with letters standing for numbers.

1. Write an expression to represent: one more than a number
2. Write an expression to represent: 3 times a number
3. Ashley is 4 more than 2 times Sam’s age. Write this as an expression.
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# Expressions and Equations: One-Step Equations – MATH

Solve real-world and mathematical problems by writing and solving equations of the form x + p = q and px = q for cases in which p, q and x are all nonnegative rational numbers .

1. Which value for x gives the correct solution to the problem?
2. Which value for d gives the correct solution to the problem?
3. Which value for y gives the correct solution to the problem?
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# Math 8: Simple Interest Problem Solving – MATH

Solve problems to calculate simple interest using the formula I = Prt. Created in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. Which choice best represents the variables in the simple interest formula, I = P • r • t ?
2. Which variable in the simple interest formula represents the fee charged for borrowing money?
3. How much interest will you earn on your investment at the end of 2 years?
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# Algebra: Factor Quadratic Trinomials – MATH

Factor, if possible, trinomials with real factors in the form ax^2 + bx + c, including perfect square trinomials of degree two. Based on TEKS standard A.10(E). Made in cooperati...

1. Which expression is equivalent to the given trinomial?
2. Which expression is equivalent to the given trinomial?
3. Which expression is a factor of the given trinomial?
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# Algebra: Difference of Two Squares – MATH

Decide if a binomial can be written as the difference of two squares and use the structure of a difference of two squares to factor and rewrite the binomial. Based on TEKS stand...

1. What is the area of the blue square?
2. What is the area of the green square?
3. What is the area of the blue figure now?
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# Solving Word Problems with Money examples – MATH

Use the four operations to solve word problems involving money or decimals. Based on Common Core CC Standard 4.MD.A.2

1. Suzanne spent \$12 on her shirt. Allison spent 3 times this amount. How much did Allison spend?
2. A pack of gum costs \$1.50. If Luke has \$5 and wants to buy 3 packs, will he have enough money?
3. How much will all of the items on the shopping list cost?
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# Graphing Absolute Value Equations: Dilations and Reflections – MATH

Graph absolute value functions. Based on Common Core CC Standard HS.IF.C.7.B HSG.CO.A.2

1. The general form of an absolute value equation is:
2. A dilation means that a graph:
3. A reflection means that a graph:
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# Algebra: Solve Linear Systems – MATH

Solve systems of two linear equations with two variables for mathematical and real-world problems. Based on TEKS standard A.5(C). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. Which method would YOU use to solve this system of equations?
2. Talk to a neighbor about WHY you chose the method you chose.
3. SOLVE the system.
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# Algebra: Quadratics, Zeros, and Linear Factors – MATH

Describe the relationship between the linear factors of quadratic expressions and the zeros of their associated quadratic functions. Based on TEKS standard A.7(B). Made in coope...

1. What are the zeros of a quadratic function?
2. What are the zeros of the quadratic function?
3. Which quadratic function has zeros of x = −1 and x = −2?
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# Algebra: Interpret Exponential Functions – MATH

Interpret the meaning of the values of "a" and "b" in exponential functions of the form f(x) = ab^x in real-world problems. Based on TEKS standard A.9(B). Created in cooperation...

1. In an exponential function, what does the value of a represent?
2. In an exponential function, what does the value of b represent?
3. Which of the following describes the meaning of 1.06 in the equation?
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# Algebra: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences – MATH

Identify terms of arithmetic and geometric sequences when the sequences are given in function form using recursive processes. Based on TEKS standard A.12(C). Made in cooperation...

1. What's next?
2. How do you know what's next?
3. To find the next term in a geometric sequence…
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Solve quadratic equations having real solutions by factoring, taking square roots, and completing the square. Based on TEKS standard A.8(A). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. WARM UP: Which algebraic expression represents the tiles?
2. WARM UP: How many yellow unit tiles are needed to complete the square?
3. WARM UP: Which algebraic expression represents the area of the entire square?
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# Algebraic Thinking: Two-Step Holiday Word Problems

#math #algebra #grade3 #grade4 #common core #3OAD8 #4OAA3 Solve #multistep #wordproblems posed with whole numbers and having whole-number answers using the four operations

1. Solve the following word problem.
2. Solve the following word problem.
3. Solve the following word problem.
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# Algebra: Lines Parallel or Perpendicular to Axes

Write an equation of a line that is parallel or perpendicular to an axis and determine whether the slope of the line is zero or undefined. Based on TEKS standard A.2(G). Made in...

1. What is the slope of the red line?
2. What is the slope of the blue line?
3. What is the slope of any line parallel to the 𝒙-axis?
4. What is the slope of any line perpendicular to the 𝒙-axis?
5. What is the slope of any line parallel to the 𝒚-axis?
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# Algebra: Domain and Range of Quadratics

Determine the domain and range of quadratic functions and represent the domain and range using inequalities. Based on TEKS standard A.6(A). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. Which word best describes the function shown?
2. What is the range of the graphed function?
3. What is the domain of the graphed function?
4. What is the domain of f(𝒙) = 𝒙^2 + 4 ?
5. The table shows ordered pairs that belong to quadratic function g. What is the range of g?
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# Algebra: Linear Equations From Slopes and Points

Write linear equations in two variables in slope-intercept, standard, and point-slope form, given one point and the slope or given two points. Based on TEKS standard A.2(B). Mad...

1. Which form of linear equation is shown?
2. Which form of linear equation is shown?
3. Which form of linear equation is shown?
4. Which equation in point-slope form has graph that passes through (2, 5) and has a slope of 3?
5. Which equation in standard form has a graph that passes through the points (0, -2) and (3, 0)?
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# Algebra: Attributes of Quadratic Functions

Graph quadratic functions on the coordinate plane and identify key attributes, inc. x- & y-. Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. What are the zeros of f?
2. What is the maximum value of g?
3. Which equation best represents the axis of symmetry?
4. What is the y-intercept of the graph of the quadratic function?
5. The graph of g is given. What is the minimum value of g?
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# Algebra: Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

Graph the solution set of linear inequalities in two variables on the coordinate plane. Based on TEKS standard A.3(D) Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. Which linear inequality is graphed?
2. Which linear inequality is graphed?
3. Which linear inequality is graphed?
4. Which linear inequality is graphed?
5. Which ordered pair is in the solution set of 𝒚 < 𝒙 + 3 ?
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# Algebra: Domain and Range

#Algebra #grade8 #grade9 Determine the #domain and #range of relations and #linear #functions in mathematical and real-world problems, #using inequalities and #discrete sets bas...

1. State the domain of the given relation.
2. State the range of the given relation.
3. State the domain of the graphed function.
4. State the range of the graphed function.
5. What is the domain if at least 5 but not more than 10 t-shirts are purchased?
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# Algebra: Rate of Change

#Algebra #grade8 #grade9 Calculate the #rate of change of a #linear #function represented algebraically, in a #table or in a #graph in mathematical and real world problems. Base...

1. What is the rate of change of 𝒚 with respect to 𝒙 for this linear function?
2. Which choice represents the rate of change of dollars saved with respect to number of weeks?
3. What is the rate of change of 𝒚 with respect to 𝒙 for this linear function?
4. What is the rate of change of 𝒚 with respect to 𝒙 for this linear function?
5. Find the rate of change of the cost in dollars with respect to the number of hours.
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# Algebra: Linear Graphs

#Algebra #grade8 #grade9 #Graph #linear #functions on the #coordinate plane and identify key features including #x-intercept #y-intercept #zero and #slope in mathematical proble...

1. What is the 𝒚-intercept of the graphed line?
2. What is the 𝒙-intercept of the graphed line?
3. Identify an equation that represents the graphed line.
4. Which statement about the graphed line is true?
5. Which statement about the graphed line is not true?
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# Algebra: Write a Linear Function

#Algebra #grade8 #grade9 Write #linear #equations in two variables given a #table of values, a #graph, and a #verbal description. Based on TEKS standard A.2(C). This kahoot was ...

1. Which choice represents slope-intercept form of a linear function?
2. Which function can be used to create the table of values?
3. Write an equation that represents the graph. The next question will provide answer choices!
4. Which equation can be represented by the graph?
5. Write a function. The next question will provide answer choices… and points!
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# Algebra: Inverse Functions

Find inverse functions, verify that two functions are inverses, determine if a function has an inverse, and determine values for inverse functions, based on the high school Comm...

1. Does this function have an inverse?
2. Does this function have an inverse?
3. Does this function have an inverse?
4. Which function does not have an inverse?
5. What is the inverse of...
6. What is the inverse of...
7. Which statement about the composition of these functions is true?
8. The table gives the values for the function f. What is f^-1 (2) ?
9. Which statement about the functions f and g is true?
10. What is the inverse of...
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# Algebra: Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations

1. How many solutions does the system graphed below have?
2. How many solutions does the system shown below have?
3. What are the solutions to the system graphed below?
4. What are the solutions to the system shown below?
5. What are the 𝒙-values of the solutions to the system shown below?
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# Algebra: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Determine if sums and products of rational and irrational numbers are rational or irrational, based on the high school Common Core standard #N-RN.3. For #grade9 #grade10 #grade1...

1. What type of number is √7?
2. If p is a prime number, what type of number is √p?
3. If √3 is multiplied by a nonzero rational number, what type of number is the product?
4. The sum of a rational and an irrational number is...
5. Which number is rational?
6. Which number is rational?
7. Which number is irrational?
8. The sum of two rational numbers is...
9. Which number is rational?
10. Complete this proof: A is rational, B is irrational and A + B = C. C cannot be rational because
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1. What are the solutions to x^2 = 25 ?
2. What are the solutions to...
3. What are the solutions to...
4. What are the solutions to...
5. What are the solutions to...
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# Algebra: Function Notation

#Algebra #grade9 Use #function #notation, evaluate functions for #inputs in their domains, and interpret statements that use function notation in terms of a context. Based on th...

1. If ⨍ is a function and ⨍ (a) = b, which statement is a correct description?
2. Find the function by interpreting the statement below.
3. Find the function by interpreting the statement below.
4. Find the function by interpreting the statement below.
5. The table defines a linear function. What is the correct notation for this function?
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# Algebra: Rearrange Formulas

#Algebra #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Rearrange #formulas to highlight a #quantity of interest, using the same reasoning as in solving equations. Based on the #highschool Common C...

1. The formula for distance traveled is d = vt. Solve the formula for the velocity v.
2. The formula for the volume of a box is V = lwh. Solve the formula for the variable w.
3. An important formula in chemistry is PV = nRT. Solve the formula for the variable R.
4. The formula for volume of a cone is V = πr^2h/3. Solve the formula for the variable r.
5. The formula for circumference is C = 2πr. Solve the formula for the variable r.
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# Algebra: Average Rate of Change

#Algebra #grade9 #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Calculate and interpret the #average #rate of #change of a #function from a formula, a table, or a graph. Based on the high school Co...

1. The average rate of change of a function is constant for which type of function?
2. What is the average rate of change of ⨍(𝒙) over the interval 2 ≤ 𝒙 ≤ 4?
3. What is the average rate of change of the function shown over the interval 4 ≤ 𝒙 ≤ 9?
4. What is the average rate of change of g(𝒙) = 7 – 3𝒙 over the interval 1 ≤ 𝒙 ≤ 3?
5. What is the average rate of change of h(𝒙) = 2𝒙^2 over the interval –1 ≤ 𝒙 ≤ 3?
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# Algebra: Linear equation & inequalities in one variable

Solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable, including equations with parameters, based on the high school Common Core standard #A-REI.3 #grade9 #algebra

1. How many solutions will the equation ax + b = 0 have if a ≠ 0?
2. How many solutions does 3x + 5 ≤ 0 have?
3. What is the solution to...
4. What is the solution set to...
5. What is the solution to...
6. What is the solution set to...
7. What is the solution to ax + b = cx + d, if a ≠ c and x is the variable?
8. What is the solution to...
9. The following equation has no solutions.
10. Which statement about the equation 12x = 3(5 + 4x) – 15 is true?
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# Algebra: Radicals and Rational Exponents

#Algebra #grade9 #grade10 Rewrite expressions involving #radicals and #rational #exponents using the properties of exponents. Based on the high school Common Core standard #N-RN.2.

5. Which option correctly describes x^(–p/q) ?
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# Algebra: Graphs and Zeros of Polynomials

#Algebra #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Identify #zeros of #polynomials when suitable #factorizations are available, and use the zeros to construct a rough #graph of the #function d...

1. A polynomial has a factorization (𝒙 – a)(𝒙 – b)(𝒙 – c). The graph of the polynomial
2. What are the zeros of ⨍(𝒙)=(𝒙 + 2)(𝒙 + 3)(𝒙 – 4)(𝒙 – 1)?
3. What are the zeros of g(𝒙) = (𝒙 + 5)^2(𝒙 + 4)?
4. What is the complete factorization of 𝒙^3 + 5𝒙^2 – 14𝒙?
5. How many 𝒙-intercepts does the graph of 𝒚 = 𝒙(𝒙 + 1)(𝒙 – 1)^3 have?
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# Algebra: Write a Linear System

Write systems of two linear equations given a graph or a verbal description. Based on TEKS standard A.2(I). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. What is a linear system?
2. Which system of linear equations is best represented by this graph?
3. Which pair of equations corresponds to the lines shown?
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# Algebra: Direct Variation

Write and solve equations involving direct variation. Based on TEKS standard A.2(D). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. When the value of 𝒚 is directly proportional to the value of 𝒙…
2. The value of y is directly proportional to the value of x.
3. The value of y is directly proportional to the value of x.
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# Algebra: Laws of Exponents

Simplify algebraic expressions using the laws of exponents, including integral and rational exponents. Based on TEKS standard A.11(B). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. What is the value of n?
2. What is the value of n?
3. What is the value of n?
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# Algebra: Writing Exponential Growth and Decay Functions

Write exponential functions in the form f(x) = ab^x (where b is a rational number) to describe problems arising from mathematical and real-world situations, including growth and...

1. In the function f(x) = ab^x what does the variable a represent?
2. Which exponential function represents the relationship shown in the table?
3. Which function can be used to find the number of bacteria present at the end of h hours?
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# Write a formula for an arithmetic sequence

Write an explicit or recursive formula for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence, given the value of several of its terms. Based on HS common core standard F-BF.A.2 and TEKS 12D.

1. Which expression describes the n-th term of the arithmetic sequence 5, 9, 13, 17, …?
2. Which expression is used to determine the n-th term of the arithmetic sequence 21, 16, 11, 6, …?
3. What is the explicit formula for the arithmetic sequence –12, –19, –26, –33, ...., if a1 = –12?
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# Sequences: Write a formula for a geometric sequence

Write an explicit or recursive formula for the nth term of a geometric sequence, given the value of several of its terms. Based on HS common core standard F-BF.A.2 and TEKS 12D.

1. Which expression is used to determine the nth term of the geometric sequence 6, 12, 24, 48, …?
2. Which expression represents the nth term of the geometric sequence 2, 8, 32, 128, …?
3. What is the explicit formula for the geometric sequence 100, 10, 1, 0.1…, if a1 = 100?
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# Sequence Review

Write and use formulas for arithmetic and geometric sequences. Based on HS common core standard F-BF.A.2 and TEKS 12D.

1. What is the 8th term in the arithmetic sequence 12, 24, 36, 48, ….?
2. What is the 6th term in the geometric sequence 800, 400, 200, 100, …?
3. Which is an explicit formula for the sequence 11, 19, 27, 35, …, if a1 = 11?
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# Geometric sequences

Identify terms and common differences in geometric sequences. Based on HS common core standard F-BF.A.2 and TEKS 12D.

1. The 1st term of a geometric sequence is 24 and r = 1/2. What is the 3rd term?
2. What is the common ratio in the geometric sequence 2, −6, 18, −54, …..?
3. The 1st term of a geometric sequence is −160 and r = 0.25. What is the 4th term?
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# Sequences: Evaluate formulas for sequences

Evaluate explicit and recursive formulas for arithmetic, geometric, and other sequences. Based on HS common core standards F-IF.A.3 and F-BF.A.2 and TEKS 12C.

1. 3n + 4 represents the nth term in a sequence. What is the 5th term in the sequence?
2. 2n + 1 represents the nth term in a sequence. What is the 3rd term in the sequence?
3. If an = 0.3n – 2, then what is the 4th term in the sequence?
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# Arithmetic sequences

Identify terms and common differences in arithmetic sequences. Based on HS common core standard F-BF.A.2 and TEKS

1. What is the common difference in the sequence 1, 5, 9, 13, …?
2. What is the fifth term of the arithmetic sequence −12, −17, −22, −27, …?
3. What is the common difference in the arithmetic sequence 92, 65.3, 38.6, 11.9, …?
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Determine the effects of transformations on the graph of the quadratic parent function f(x) = x^2. Based on TEKS standard A.7(C). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy!

1. The graph of ƒ(x) = ax^2 + c is shown. Which values of a and c could represent function ƒ ?
2. Which statement comparing the parent function ƒ(x) = x^2 to the graph of g(x) = 4x^2 is true?
3. Which statement comparing parent function ƒ(x) = x^2 to the graph of g(x) = (x – 3)^2 is true?
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# Polynomials: Factor trinomials

Factor trinomial expressions. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 10E and high school Common Core standards A-SSE.A.2 and A-SSE.B.3, grade9

1. n^2 + 7n + 6 =
2. Which expression shows the factored form of m^2 − 5m − 24?
3. x^2 − 10x + 16 can be factored as
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# Multiply polynomials (linear and quadratic)

Multiply polynomial expressions (linear and quadratic). Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standards 10B and high school Common Core standard A-APR.A.1, grade9

1. What is the product of (6m) and (2m^2 + 3m)?
2. Which expression is equivalent to (x^2 + 3x)(2x − 6)?
3. Which expression shows the expanded form of (4x − 3)(x^2 − 2x + 5)?
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# Subtract polynomials (linear & quadratic)

Subtract polynomials of degrees one and two. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 10A and Common Core standard A-APR.A.1, grade9

1. (7a + 1) − (3a) =
2. Which expression is equivalent to (5m) − (2m + 2)?
3. How much greater is (3x − 2) than (x − 5)?
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# Solve quadratic equations by factoring and using the zero product property

Solve quadratic equations having real solutions by factoring. Based on high school Common Core standard A-REI.B.4b and TEKS Algebra I standard 8A, grade9

1. Which equation is x^2 + 2x = 0 written in factored form?
2. What is the solution set for x(x + 2) = 0?
3. Solve: (x − 2)(x + 1) = 0
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Add polynomials of degrees one and two. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 10A and high school. CommonCore standard A-APR.A.1, grade9

1. 2m + 3m =
2. What is the sum 4a + (6 + a)?
3. The sum (6y − 3) + (2y +1) is equal to
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# Solve quadratic equations by completing the square

Solve quadratic equations having real solutions by completing the square. Based on high school Common Core standard A-REI.B.4b and TEKS Algebra I standard 8A, grade9

1. What number should be added to both sides to complete the square?
2. What number should be added to both sides to complete the square?
3. What number should be added to both sides to complete the square?
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# Solve quadratic equations by taking the square root

Solve quadratic equations having real solutions by inspection and by taking square roots. Based on high school Common Core standard A-REI.B.4b and TEKS Algebra I standard 8A, gr...

1. The equation x^2= 25 has
2. he complete solution set for x^2 = 100 is
3. The solutions to (x + 2)^2 = 4 are
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# Polynomials: 9th grade polynomial vocabulary

Vocabulary terms used to describe features of polynomial expressions. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 10 and high school Common Core standard A-SSE.A.1a., grade9

1. For 2x^3, what is the number 2 called?
2. How many terms are in the polynomial x^3 + x^2 − 3x − 4?
3. What is the variable in the expression 3m^2 + 5?
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# Identify steps in completing the square

Complete the square in a quadratic expression and rewrite quadratic equations by completing the square. Based on high school Common Core standard A-SSE.B.3b, A-REI.B.4a and TEKS...

1. Which equation is true?
2. Fill in the blank with the correct value to complete the square: x^2 + 10x + ____
3. What value is added to solve x^2 − 8x to complete the square?
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# Evaluate numerical expressions containing rational numbers

Add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers fluently and use order of operations. Based on Common Core standards 7.NS.A.1, 7.NS.A.2, TEKS 7.3A, grade7

1. The product of two negative numbers is
2. Evaluate: 2(1/3) − 4 ∙ (1/3)
3. Evaluate: (4.5)(0.1) + 3/5
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# Multiply and divide rational numbers

Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division and of fractions to multiply and divide rational numbers. Based on Common Core standard 7-NS.A.2 and TEKS...

1. What is 2/3 ∙ 9/10?
2. What is 12.5 ÷ 0.25?
3. What is 2 2/3 ÷ (–1/2)?
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# Add and subtract rational numbers

Apply and extend previous understandings of addition and subtraction to add and subtract rational numbers. Based on Common Core standard 7-NS.A.1 and TEKS grade7, standard 3A

1. What is 1/3 + 2/5?
2. What is 2/5 – 7/8?
3. What is 13.94 + (–4.5)?
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# Complete a table of values for a quadratic function

Use function notation, evaluate quadratic functions for inputs in their domains, interpret key features of tables, and understand the graphs of quadratic functions. Based on Com...

1. Let f(x) = x^2. What value completes the table?
2. Let f(x) = x^2 + 2x − 4. What value completes in the table?
3. Let f(x) = (1/2)x^2 − 3x + 1. What value completes the table?
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# Identify general characteristics of quadratic functions

Interpret key features of graphs and formulas of quadratic functions. Based on Common Core standard F-IF.B.4 and TEKS Algebra 1 standard 7A

1. A quadratic function always has a maximum or minimum value.
2. The graph of a quadratic function
3. The graph of a quadratic function is a
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# Perform operations on integers

Add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers fluently. Based on Common Core standards 7.NS.A.1, 7.NS.A.2 and 7.NS.A.3 and TEKS 6.3D.

1. What is −4 − 10?
2. What is 7 + (−12)?
3. What is (−4)(9)?
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# Evaluate numerical expressions containing integers

Add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers fluently and use order of operations. Based on Common Core standards 7.NS.A.1, 7.NS.A.2, TEKS #6.3D, and TEKS #6.7A

1. The product of a positive and a negative number is
2. Evaluate: −3(4−9)
3. Evaluate: (3−8) / [−3⋅(−1)]
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# Expressions: Evaluate variable expressions with rational numbers

Evaluate expressions and formulas at specific values of their variables, including ones with whole number exponents. Apply operations with rational numbers. Based on Common Core...

1. Let b = 3/5. What does 1 + 2b equal?
2. Let x = –15/4 and y = 2/3. What does y/x equal?
3. Let c = 2/3 and d = 1½. What does (cd)^2 equal?
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# Evaluate variable expressions with integers

Evaluate expressions and formulas at specific values of their variables, including ones with whole number exponents. Apply operations with rational numbers. Based on Common Core...

1. If a = −2, then what is the value of –2a + 3?
2. If 𝒙 = –2 and 𝒚 = 3, what is the value of 𝒙(–3𝒚 – 1)?
3. f c = –12 and d = –2, what is the value of (c-10)/d?
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# Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences

Identify arithmetic and geometric sequences from a list or a description. For #grade9, based on TEKS L.1 and high school common core standard F-BF.2.

1. Is the sequence 4, 13, 22, 31, 40, …an arithmetic sequence, a geometric sequence or neither?
2. Is the sequence 3, 9, 27, 81, 243,…an arithmetic sequence, a geometric sequence or neither?
3. Is the sequence 4, 7, 11, 16, 22,…an arithmetic sequence, a geometric sequence or neither?
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# Polynomials: Factoring special cases

Factor expressions that are perfect squares and differences of squares. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standards 10E and 10F, and Common Core standards grade 9

1. a² − 4 can be factored as
2. 9n² − 64 =
3. Which is NOT a factor of 2x² − 8?
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# Multiply two binomials

Multiply polynomials of degrees one and two. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 10B and high school Common Core standard, grade 9

1. (n + 3)(n + 2) =
2. What is the product of (m² – 6) and (m + 2)?
3. (p² – 3p)(p – 1) is equivalent to:
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# Multiply a polynomial by a monomial

Multiply polynomials of degrees one and two. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 10B and high school Common Core standard, grade 9

1. What is the product of 2x and 3x?
2. What is the result when the binomial (4 – 2c) is multiplied by a factor of 2?
3. If the monomial 2y is multiplied by the binomial (y + 5), what is the result?
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# Operations with polynomials

Combinations of addition, subtraction and multiplication of polynomials (linear and quadratic). Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 10 and high school CommonCore standard grade 9

1. 2(x² + 1)² =
2. What is the square of (x + 1) + (x + 2)?
3. The expression (3n² + 4n + 5) – n(2n – 1) is equivalent to
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# Division with exponents

Simplify numeric and algebraic expressions involving division using the laws of exponents. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 11B and Common Core standard, grade 9

1. k⁸ ÷ k2 =
2. 2² ÷ 2⁶ simplifies as
3. The quotient a⁻²b² ÷ a⁵b³ expressed with positive exponents is
4. and 8 more awesome questions! Check them out by clicking “Play”.

# Exponent power rule

Simplify numeric and algebraic expressions involving powers using the laws of exponents. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 11B and CommonCore standard, grade 9

1. (a²)⁵ =
2. (10⁻³)⁻¹ =
3. The expression (4x²y⁻¹)³ is equivalent to
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# Multiplication with exponents

Simplify numeric and algebraic expressions involving products using the laws of exponents. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 11B and CommonCore standard grade 9

1. m⁴ × m² =
2. What is the product of the expressions (n⁻⁸) and (n²)?
3. 10⁻¹ × 10⁵ =
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# Algebra: Rational exponents

Simplify numeric expressions involving rational exponents. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 11B and CommonCore standard grade 9

1. 36¹⁄² =
2. 49⁻¹⁄² =
3. 81³⁄⁴ =
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# Multiplication and division with exponents

Simplify numeric and algebraic expressions involving products and quotients using the laws of exponents. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 11B and Common Core standard grade 9

1. m⁴ × m³ ÷ m² =
2. What is the value of 2⁻¹ ÷ (2⁸ × 2⁻⁵)?
3. (10³ ÷ 10⁵) × (10⁻¹ ÷ 10⁻⁴) =
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# Exponents: Identify equivalent expressions involving exponents

Simplify numeric and algebraic expressions using the laws of exponents. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 11B and Common Core standard grade 9

1. Which expression is equivalent to m⁻⁶ ÷ m²?
2. a⁰b × a²b³ =
3. Which expression is NOT equivalent to (x⁶)⁻³?
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# Algebra: Solve Rational Equations

Solve rational equations, and determine if solutions are extraneous or unreasonable. Based on CommonCore standard and on TEKS standardsGrade 11

1. What value of x makes the equation true? 2x/5 + 1/6 = 5/6
2. Solve for x. 6/x+5 = 5/x
3. Solve for x. 12/x-3 = 6/x-5
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# Multiply and Divide Rational Expressions

Multiply and divide #rationalexpressions. Based on CommonCore standard and on TEKS standard Grade 11

1. The expression a / b ÷ c / d is equivalent to
2. What is the product? 3x²/2y × 4y³/3x
3. Multiply and simplify. 6x-6/x i 2x²/9x-9
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# Simplify Complex Fractions

Rewrite numeric and algebraic complex fractions. Based on CommonCore standard and on TEKS standard, grade 11

1. What is the value of 2/3 divided by 5/8?
2. What is the value of the complex fraction? 6(2/5)/8
3. What is the value of the complex fraction? (1/6 + 2/3) / 3/4
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# Rational Functions: Asymptotes and Excluded Values

This kahoot analyzes rational functions and their graphs, identifying zeros and asymptotes when suitable factorizations are available. Based on high school CommonCore standard a...

1. What is the degree of the polynomial, 5𝒙⁴ + 𝒙² + 7?
2. Which rational function has a horizontal asymptote at 𝒚 = 0?
3. p(x) and q(x) are polynomials with no common factors. The number of vertical asymptotes of y is
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# Add and Subtract Rational Expressions

Add and subtract rational expressions. Based on CommonCore standard, and on TEKS standard, grade11

1. a/c + b/c =
2. What is the sum of (5)/(3x) + (7)/(3x), in simplest form?
3. Subtract (x + 3)/(5x) – (4x + 1)/(5x)
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# Algebra: Evaluate Rational Expressions

Evaluate rational expressions for given values of the variables using the standard order of operations. Based on Common Core standard and on TEKS standard, Grade 9

1. Evaluate the expression when x = 3. (2x+6)/5x
2. Evaluate the expression when x = −2. (6-2x)/4x
3. Find f(−4). f(x)=x/(x-4)
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# Algebra: Simplify Rational Expressions

Simplify and rewrite rational expressions using laws of exponents and cancelling common factors. Based on Common Core standard and on TEKS standards, grade 11

1. Which expression is equivalent to xª/xᵇ?
2. Which expression is in simplest form?
3. A rectangle has an area of 4x³ + 2x and a width of 2x. What is the length?
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# Algebra: Dividing Polynomials

Determine the quotient of a polynomial of degree three or two when divided by a polynomial of degree one. Apply the remainder theorem. Based on high school Common Core standards...

1. If x³ + 9x + 5 is divided by x, what is the result?
2. When a polynomial p(x) is divided by x − a, what is the remainder?
3. Divide 3x² − 6x − 25 by x + 2.
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# Exponents with integer bases

Evaluate numeric expressions involving integral exponents. Based on TEKS [Algebra 1] standard 11B and Common Core Standard, grade 9

1. 2⁴ =
2. If 3ˣ = 27, what is the value of x?
3. What is the value of (−6)²?
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# Algebra: Features of Exponential Functions

Exponential functions that model growth and decay and identify key features, including y-intercept and asymptote, in mathematical and real-world problems. Based on TEKS standard...

1. Which term best describes the graphed function?
2. Which choice best describes this graph?
3. What is an asymptote?
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# Algebra: Systems of Linear Inequalities

Graph the solution set of systems of two linear inequalities in two variables on the coordinate plane. Based on TEKS standard A.3(H). Made in cooperation with Mathy Cathy

1. How many solutions does this system of linear inequalities have?
2. How many solutions does this system of linear inequalities have?
3. Which of the following labels the solution set of the system of linear inequalities?
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# Algebra: Determining Slope

Determine the slope of a line given a table of values, two points on the line, or the equation in various forms including slope-intercept, point-slope, and standard form. Based ...

1. What is the slope of the line represented by the given equation?
2. What is the slope of the line represented by the given equation?
3. What is the slope of the line represented by the given equation?
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# Algebra: Solve Linear Equations in One Variable

Solve linear equations in one variable, including those for which the application of the distributive property is necessary and for which variables are included on both sides. B...

1. Which describes a possible first step to solve the given equation?
2. Which statement best describes the error in this student’s work?
3. Which statement best describes the error in this student’s work?
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