## Practice TestTest Prep PacketPractice Test 1 Practice Test 2 Book 1 Practice Test 2 Book 2 Practice Test 2 Book 3 Practice Test (similar to NY Tests) answer key is at the bottom30 multiple choice questions with answer keyRational Numbers PracticeAnswer Key Ratios/Proportions/NumberSystems Practice REMEMBER - MobyMax has Test Prep Section!www.mobymax.com school code: ny3965 |
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Checklist for 2014 Test (same for 2016)
Released Questions from 2014 Test Released Question from 2013 Test ## FAQWhen is the Test:May 2 – 4 How many Questions are on the Test? Book 1: 26 Multple Choice (no calculator) Book 2: 25 Multiple Choice (with calculator) Book 3: 6 Short Response/ 4 Extended Response |

**Whats on the Test?**

*Major Standards: 70-80% of Test Points***1. Ratios and Proportional Relationships**

**(20-30% of Test Points)**

*Analyze proportional relationships and use them to solve real-world and mathematical problems*

*7.RP.1: Unit rates with fractions*

- Tables, Equations, Graphs

- Constant of proportionality (1, k)

y/x = k y=kx

**7.RP.2 (major**): recognize and represent proportional relationships:- Tables, Equations, Graphs

- Constant of proportionality (1, k)

y/x = k y=kx

**7.RP.3 (major)**Percent Problems (multistep)2.

**The Number System**

**(15-25% of Test points)**

*Apply and extend previous understandings of operations with fractions to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.*

*7.NS.1: add and subtract rational numbers*

7.NS.2: multiple and divide rational numbers

(negatives, positives, fractions, decimals)

7.NS.2: multiple and divide rational numbers

**7.NS.3 (major):****word problems**involving all four operations with rational numbers(negatives, positives, fractions, decimals)

**3. Expressions and Equations**

**(30-40% of Test points)**

*Use properties of operations to generate equivalent expressions*

*Solve real-life and mathematical problems use numerical and algebraic expressions and equations.*

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combine like terms

distribute and factor expressions

7.EE.2: rewriting expressions

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**.EE.1 (major):**add and subtract expressionscombine like terms

distribute and factor expressions

7.EE.2: rewriting expressions

**7.EE..3 (major):***solve equations with positives, negatives, fractions, and decimals**use properties of operations (commutative, associative, distributive, inverse….)*

**7.EE.4a/4b (major)***write equations and inequalities to solve problems**solve problems that are in the form px + q = r and p(x+q) = r (ex 3x + 2 = 10)**identify the sequence of operations and proporties used to solve and simplify problems**write and solve inequalities px + q > r (example: 5x + 8 < 23)**graph solution of inequality on a number line*

*Supporting Standards: 10-20% of Test Points***1. Statistics and Probability:**

*Use random sampling to draw inferences about a population*

*7.SP. 1: - identify valid samples of a population*

- understand that random sampling will give representative samples and support valid inferences.

7.SP.2: Use data from samples to make inferences (predictions)

- Investigate chance processes and develop, use, and evaluate probability models.

7.SP.5: Understand that probability is between 0 and 1

- Express the chance of an event happening by observing frequencies

- Larger numbers = better chance

7.SP.6: Approximate probability of an event

- Predict frequency of something happening based on probability

7.SP.7: Probability models

-Compare probabilities

7.SP.8: Find probability of compound events

- Use organized lists, tables, tree diagrams, and simulation.

- understand that random sampling will give representative samples and support valid inferences.

7.SP.2: Use data from samples to make inferences (predictions)

- Investigate chance processes and develop, use, and evaluate probability models.

7.SP.5: Understand that probability is between 0 and 1

- Express the chance of an event happening by observing frequencies

- Larger numbers = better chance

7.SP.6: Approximate probability of an event

- Predict frequency of something happening based on probability

7.SP.7: Probability models

-Compare probabilities

7.SP.8: Find probability of compound events

- Use organized lists, tables, tree diagrams, and simulation.

*Additional Standards: 5-10% of Test Points***1. Geometry**

*Draw, construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them.*

*Solve real-life and mathematical problems involving area.*

*7.G.1: scale drawings (find areas and lengths) ---> always convert measurements first!*

7.G.4: circumference and area of a circle

- give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle.

7.G.4: circumference and area of a circle

- give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle.

**2. More Statistics and Probability**

*Draw Informal comparative inferences about two populations*

*7.SP.3: compare two data distributions (double box plots, line plots, box and whiskers…)*

7.SP.4 -- measures of center (median, mode, mean)

- measures of variability ( range, Mean Absolute Deviation)

- compare populations using these measures

7.SP.4 -- measures of center (median, mode, mean)

- measures of variability ( range, Mean Absolute Deviation)

- compare populations using these measures