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Algebra 1 Teachers

Weekly Assessment Package #1

Units 1 - 3

Created by: Jeanette Stein

2014 Algebra 1 Teachers

Semester 1 Skills3

Unit 15

Week #16

Week #27

Week #39

Week #411

Unit 1 - KEYS13

Week #1 - KEY14

Week #2 - KEY15

Week #3 - KEY17

Week #4 -KEY19

Unit 221

Week #522

Week #624

Week #726

Unit 2 - KEYS28

Week #5 - KEY29

Week #6 - KEY31

Week #7 - KEY33

Unit 335

Week #836

Week #937

Unit 3 - KEYS39

Week #8 KEY40

Week #9 KEY41

Algebra 1 Common Core

Semester 1 Skills

Skill Number

Algebra 1 Unit

CCSS

Skill

1

1

A.REI.3

Solve two step equations (including proportions)

2

1

Order of Operations

3

1

Create a table from a situation

4

1

A.REI.10

Create a graph from a situation

5

1

F.BF.1

Create an equation from a situation

6

1

F.IF.1

Identify a function

7

1

F.IF.2

Evaluate a function

8

1

A.REI.6

Basic Systems with a table and graph

9

1

F.LE.1

Identify linear, exponential, quadratic, and absolute value functions

10

2

F.IF.6

Calculate Slope

11

2

S.ID.7

Interpret meaning of the slope and intercepts

12

2

F.BF.2

Construct an arithmetic sequence

13

2

F.BF.4

Find the inverse of a function

14

2

F.BF.3

Translate a graph in function notation

15

3

S.ID.6

Find the line of best fit

16

3

S.ID.6

Predict future events given data

17

3

S.ID.8

Calculate Correlation Coefficient with technology

18

3

S.ID.9

Understand the difference between Causation and Correlation

19

4

S.ID.1

Create box plots

20

4

S.ID.2

Calculate and compare measures of central tendencies

21

4

S.ID.2

Calculate standard deviation

22

4

S.ID.3

Understand the effects of outliers

23

4

S.ID.5

Use two way frequency tables to make predictions

24

5

A.REI.3

Solve advanced linear equations

25

5

A.REI.1 A.CED.4

Solve literal equations and justify the steps

26

5

A.REI.3

Solve inequalities

27

5

A.REI.12

Graph inequalities

28

6

A.REI.6

Solve a system of equations by graphing

29

6

A.REI.6

Solve a system of equations by substitution

30

6

A.REI.5

Solve a system of equations by elimination

Unit 1

Weekly Assessments

Show all work below. Name __________________________

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Algebra 1 Weekly Assessments Part 1 of 4| 2014 Algebra 1 Teachers

Week #1

1. The carnival charges $15 for admissions and $2 per ride. ( = number of rides, = cost)

Write an equation for the situation.

___________________________

Fill in the table.

4. Are the following expressions equivalent to 10? Circle yes or no

yes / no

yes / no

yes / no

2. Which equations are equivalent to ? Circle yes or no.

a. yes / no

b. yes / no

c. yes / no

5. Solve for x

3. Graph:

6. Graph:

Week #2

1. The admission for the class to go to Michigans Adventure is $24 per person. The cost of the busses for the entire 9th grade will be $450.

a. Write an equation or rule that represents the function.

___________________________________

b. Make a table that show how much a trip will cost for 50 students, 100 students, 150 students, and 200 students.

c. Graph.

2.

a. Which point shows the heaviest bag? _________

b. Which point shows the cheapest bag? ________

c. Which bag is the best value? ___________

Why? _____________________________________

__________________________________________

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3. Does this graph represent a function? _______

Why or why not?

______________________

______________________

______________________

______________________

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4. Every student earns a grade on the last test. Please define the domain and range of this function.

Domain _________________________________

Range __________________________________

Week #2 Continued

5. Evaluate the function for the given values.

________________

_________________

__________________

6. Deshawns Bikes rents bikes for $11 plus $5 per hour. Maria paid $51 to rent a bike. For how many hours did she rent the bike?

Week #3

1. Are the following functions? Circle yes or no.

yes / no

yes / no

{(2, 3), (5, -2), (5, 6), (3, 3), (4, 1)} yes / no

3. Find the domain and range of the function.

Domain: __________________________

Range: ___________________________

2. The Red bus company charges $100 plus $50 per hour to rent a bus. The Blue bus company charges $200 plus $25 per hour.

After how many hours do the bus companies charge the same amount? _________________

Hours rented

Red

Bus $

Blue bus $

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

Week #3 Continued

4. Write a story that fits the graph.

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_____________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

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5. Write a function for the pattern

7, 12, 17, 22, 27,

___________________________

What is the value of ? ____________________

6. Willie spent half of his weekly allowance on clothes. To earn more money his parents let him weed the garden for $5. What is his weekly allowance if he ended with $12?

Week #4

1. The original line is solid. What is the translation to the dotted line written in function notation?

_______________________________________

4. Oakland Coliseum, home of the Oakland Raiders, is capable of seating 63,026 fans. For each game, the amount of money that the Raiders' organization brings in as revenue is a function of the number of people, n, in attendance. If each ticket costs $30.00, find the domain and range of this function.

Domain: ____________________________

Range: _____________________________

2. Given f(x)below, please graph (Be sure to label)

a. f(x-2)

b. f(x)+3

5. A certain business keeps a database of information about its customers.

Let C be the rule which assigns to each customer shown in the table his or her home phone number. Is C a function? _________________

Customer Name

Home Phone Number

Heather Baker

3105100091

Mike London

3105200256

Sue Green

3234132598

Bruce Swift

3234132598

Michelle Metz

2138061124

Week #4 Continued

3. You are going to a water park. You can buy a wrist band for $10 and go on the slides all day long, or you can pay $0.75 for every slide.

Which is the better buy? How do you know?

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

____________________________________________

6. For a field trip 26 students rode in cars and the rest filled nine buses.

How many students were in each bus if 332 students were on the trip?

Unit 1 - KEYS

Weekly Assessments

Week #1 - KEY

1. The carnival charges $15 for admissions and $2 per ride. ( = number of rides, = cost)

Write an equation for the situation.

Y = 15 + 2x

Fill in the table.

0

15

1

17

2

19

3

21

4. Are the following expressions equivalent to 10? Circle yes or no

yes / no

yes / no

yes / no

2. Which equations ar

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