Developmental Math – RCTC Math 0080s Table of Contents • Duties: Coordinator Duties • First Day: Suggestions for First Day of Class • Documents: Course-related Documents • Course Content: Listing of all Math Topics by Module • Math XL/Web: MML Assignment & Web Structure with Unit Associations • Assignments: List of All MML Assignments • Prerequisites: Prerequisite Structure for MML Assignments • Module 1: Listing of All Module 1 Assignments and Exercises • Module 2a: Listing of All Module 2a Assignments and Exercises • Module 2b: Listing of All Module 2b Assignments and Exercises • Module 3: Listing of All Module 3 Assignments and Exercises • Module 4: Listing of All Module 4 Assignments and Exercises • Module 5: Listing of All Module 5 Assignments and Exercises • Module 6: Listing of All Module 6 Assignments and Exercises • Module 7: Listing of All Module 7 Assignments and Exercises • Module 8: Listing of All Module 8 Assignments and Exercises • Module 9: Listing of All Module 9 Assignments and Exercises • Module 10: Listing of All Module 10 Assignments and Exercises • Module 11a: Listing of All Module 11a Assignments and Exercises • Module 11b: Listing of All Module 11b Assignments and Exercises • Module 12a: Listing of All Module 12a Assignments and Exercises • Module 12b: Listing of All Module 12b Assignments and Exercises • Module 0: Listing of All Module 0 Assignments and Exercises Coordinator Duties Each Semester • Order access codes for all classes from the bookstore. (See pg 2.) • Order pocket folders from the bookstore. (See pg 2.) • Update course documents as needed. (See pg 3.) • Get all handouts printed and placed in classrooms. (See pg 3.) • Arrange for batch enrollment. (See pg 4.) • Arrange to have an I.T. person in the room on the first day. (See pg 4.) • Keep a small supply of “emergency access codes.” (See pg 5.) • Change test passwords and distribute new list to instructors. (See pg 6.) • Make a printout of student results at the end of the semester. (See pg 7.) On-going • Update and adjust homework and test exercise selection. (See pg 8.) • Keep track of mod requirements for RCTC programs. (See pg 9.) • Keep this Coordinator Binder up-to-date. (See pg 10.) 1 Order Access Codes and Folders Access Codes When the book order is due for each semester, you will need to determine the number of new Math 0080s students that will be likely to purchase an access code from the bookstore. It should be OK to order more access codes than are needed, since the codes should be good for the following semester. The ISBN for the access codes used for Summer ’13 was as follows. MyMathLab Plus Integrated Course Sequence -- Standalone Access Card by Pearson ISBN-13: 9780558927189 Pocket Folders With the book order for each semester, the bookstore should also be informed that a supply of two-pocket folders with three-ring fasteners should be kept on hand in numbers that match (or slightly exceed) the number of access codes on order for the semester. These folders should be marked as Required for all of the Math 0080s courses. 2 Update and Print Documents Each semester, the following documents should be updated. Changing the file names to reflect the new semester is recommended. • AttendanceLog Summer 13 Needs to be completely redone each semester. • ConversionSheet Summer 13* Should be good for every semester. Located in Mod 4 in MML. • CourseDetails Summer 13 May need a small amount of updating each semester. • ExamPaper Summer 13 Usually, no changes will be needed, unless it gets redesigned. • GettingStartedwithMyLabsPlus Summer 13 (Print on green paper.) This should not require much update, unless things change in MML. • LabTimeSheet Summer 13 Usually, no changes will be needed, unless it gets redesigned. • OrganizingMyFolder Summer 13* Usually, no changes will be needed, unless it gets redesigned. • PersonalAccountCal Summer 13 (Print on white paper.) Needs to be completely redone each semester. • PocketFolderTitlePage Summer 13 (Print on white paper: 3-hole punch.) Usually, no changes will be needed, unless it gets redesigned. • RCTCModRequirements Summer 13* This document should be in a continuous state of being updated. • StudentInfoSheet Summer 13 (Print on white paper: 3-hole punch.) Usually, no changes will be needed, unless it gets redesigned. • Syllabus Summer 13 (Print on white paper.) Update every semester as needed. • WhereDoIStart Summer 13* Update whenever Accuplacer and ACT cut scores change. • WrittenWork Summer 13* This is an example of written work and it should not need updating. * These documents are used within the START menu or the MOD menus in MML, the links to these documents need to be updated each semester. 3 Batch Enrollment / I.T. Person in Room Batch Enrollment Each semester, coordinate with the Pearson Rep,Tyler Aunan: 952-239-3732, [email protected] and the RCTC database analyst: Jon Benson: 280-5004, [email protected] to be sure that batch enrollment is ready to go. Contact them a couple weeks before the semester starts to be sure that the batch enrollment is being set up. The actual enrollment begins just a day or two before the semester starts and continues every 24 hours for the first few days of class. I.T. Person in Room Each semester, coordinate with I.T. to have a representative in the room on the first day of class to help with technical issues that may arise. 4 Emergency Access Codes The coordinator should have a small supply of access codes that can be used for extraordinary circumstances that may arise the first week of class. Contact the Pearson Rep,Tyler Aunan: 952-239-3732, [email protected], to obtain a few codes (maybe 10.) 5 Passwords Each semester, the Pre- and Post-test passwords should be changed and the new list of passwords should be distributed to all of the Math 0080s instructors. The Pre- and Post-test passwords for Summer ’13 are as follows. Mod 1: boat Mod 2a: fig Mod 2b: fire Mod 3: play Mod 4: more Mod 5: drip Mod 6: word Mod 7: hub Mod 8: chin Mod 9: rope Mod 10: yell Mod 11a: work Mod 11b: drag Mod 12a: tree Mod 12b: ham Mod 0: bob 6 Print Out Student Results At the end of each semester, make a printout of the modules completed by students in every class. This printout should be kept by the Math 0080s coordinator and could be duplicated for individual instructors, if needed. The purpose of this printout is to give instructors a quick reference booklet that could be used to determine the modules completed by individual students. ie. If a student says “I completed mod 8 last semester,” this booklet could be used to quickly verify that claim. 7 Update/Adjust Exercise Selection As instructors make suggestions concerning topic coverage and placement, the Math 0080s coordinator should refer to the module exercise printouts in this binder and make appropriate adjustments. When the text used for this course gets revised, the Math 0080s coordinator will also need to make exercise selection adjustments to be sure that exercises and test items remain consistent with the objectives of the RCTC CCO for this course. 8 Review the Mod Requirements for all RCTC Programs The Math 0080s coordinator should routinely review all of the RCTC programs to ensure that the module requirements listed on the RCTCModRequirements document are up-to-date and accurate. This process should include regular communication with other departments to be sure that the Math 0080s course is meeting the needs of students entering their programs and courses. 9 Improve this Binder The Math 0080s coordinator should update and adjust the contents of this binder as needed. As policies and procedures change, so should the contents of this binder. With a change in semester comes updates and changes to this binder. 10 First Day of Class On the first day of class, hand out the following documents. The printing of these documents is handled by the Math 0080s coordinator and a sufficient supply of the documents should be available in the classroom. • • • • • A (Green) Getting Started with MLP Information Sheet A Blank Student Information Sheet A Blank Pocket Folder Title Page A Blank Accountability Calendar A Single-page Syllabus There is no need to spend more than a few minutes going over the syllabus. General information about the course should be sufficient. Make sure that students have your contact information and a listing of your office hours. 1. Have students log on to the RCTC network. Some students may need help with this. Ask the IT specialist to assistance students who get stuck. 2. Refer students to the (green) Getting Started with MyLabsPlus sheet. Tell them to follow the instructions on this sheet. Stress the importance of carefully reading and following the instructions provided on the website. 3. Student who get logged into MLP should be good to go. They will be working through the START button which will provide instruction for assembling their Developmental Math pocket folder. 4. Walk around the room and help students with questions and technical issues. Everyone should be working on their pocket folder. Even returning students have items to complete under the START button. Answering the question “Why would I choose to do the homework?” If students make it through the START button, they may begin work in the modules. It is worth explaining to students that they should consider “testing out” if they are somewhat confident about the material in a module, but doing the homework for the mod counts toward their grade and can be done until it is 100%. This a good way for students to earn guaranteed points toward their grade. Also, the homework assignments contain all the instructional multimedia materials. Getting Started with 1. Using Firefox, Chrome, or Safari (not Internet Explorer) go to the website: http://rctc.mylabsplus.com 2. Enter the following login name and password and then click the Login button. a. Log in Name: Enter 1 (plus your 8 digit stinger ID) - example: 100001234 b. Password: Enter the word ”password” (no caps, no quotation marks) 3. Click on the name of your course in the upper left corner of the page. (If your course name does not appear, contact your instructor.) 4. Click the Start button in the upper left corner and follow the instructions. The first thing that you will do is accept the user agreement. See the instructions below and on the back of this sheet. Accepting the User Agreement 1. Click the I Accept Button 2. Choose the Access Code option. 3. Choose the Switch to a single box for pasting your access code option. 4. If you bought a code from the bookstore, type the code (with dashes) in the box. If you do not have a code, select Temporary Access from the left navigation bar and a temporary code will be supplied. Copy and paste the temporary code into the box. Click Next. 5. On the Confirmation & Summary page that appears, click the Return to Course button. You will be taken to a short “quiz” that will provide further instructions. Click the UserAgreementQuiz link. To enter the quiz, click the I’m ready to Start button. MATH 0081, 82, 83, 84 Attendance Log _______ First Initial of Last Name Register your attendance each day by writing the module and section you are currently working on. It is your responsibility to sign in each class day. MONDAY AUGUST TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 26 27 28 29 30 Last Day to Drop SEPTEMBER 2 Labor Day Holiday No Classes 9 3 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 26 27 1 25 Student Success Day No Classes 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 30 OCTOBER 17 Education MN No Classes 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 4 6 7 8 11 5 Faculty Duty Day No Classes 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 26 27 2 3 4 28 Thanksgiving Break No Classes 5 29 Thanksgiving Break No Classes 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 25 Last Day to Withdraw DECEMBER 18 Education MN No Classes 25 NOVEMBER 1 20 Fall Semester Ends Math Exam Paper Name ___________________________________________________________ No _________________________ Module Exam __________ Instructor ____________________ Partial credit will be awarded based on the work shown on this paper. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Section _______ Date _____/_____/_____ 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Computer Lab Time Sheet Name _____________________________________________ No. __________________ Class Meeting: Days ______ Time ______ Location______ Instructor ___________________________ This sheet can be used to record time spent outside of class working on math in a computer lab. For each lab session (45 minute minimum) completed, fill out one row of the following table. Remember to have the last column initialed by the instructor, tutor, or work study supervising the lab. Date: MMDDYY Time Logged-IN Time Logged-OUT Module-Section Supervisor Initials For each computer lab session (45 minute minimum) completed, fill out one row of the following table. Remember to have the last column initialed by the instructor, tutor, or work study supervising the lab. Date: MMDDYY Time Logged-IN Time Logged-OUT Module-Section Supervisor MATH 0081, 82, 83, 84 Developmental Mathematics Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Fall 2013 Office Phone: Email: Course Description This is a self-paced, computer-based learning experience. To pass this course, students must complete a minimum of four modules (fewer for Math 0084) with at least 75% mastery. However, students have the option to complete additional modules that are required for their individual career goals. If subsequent Developmental Math courses are needed after this semester, students will continue their individual mathematics studies without repeating previously completed material. Required Materials • • • MyLabsPlus Access Code: This code gives students full access to a vast online learning environment that includes the e-text, Developmental Mathematics by Rockswold and Krieger, published by Pearson. This required access code is available in the RCTC Bookstore or it can be purchased within MyLabsPlus when students accept the user agreement. A temporary (free) access code is also available within MyLabsPlus. Calculator: A basic, four-function calculator is available in the computer’s operating system. Your instructor will provide information on the use of calculators. Pocket Folder with Three-Hole Fastener: This is required and is available in the RCTC bookstore or at several local retail stores. Refer to the Organizing My Folder information sheet located within MyLabsPlus. Individualized Requirements The course content is organized into 12 modules. The total number of modules required for an individual student is based on the student’s background and academic/career goals. See the Student Information Sheet located within MyLabsPlus. How This Course Works Each student will work at his or her own pace throughout the semester. The instructor will not be presenting regular lectures that cover the material. Individualized instruction is available as multi-media assignments within MyLabsPlus. Class time will be spent doing math. The instructor will be available for guidance and to answer questions. Written Work Each module contains one written assignment called Written Homework. Answers to Written Homework are entered in the computer and the written work is submitted in the pocket folder for grading. The instructor will be looking to see that work is neat, well organized, accurate, and complete. Module Exams Students are required to take a proctored exam for each module to demonstrate mastery. A Pre-test score of at least 80% or a Post-test score of at least 75% is required. See the Course Details information sheet located within MyLabsPlus. Grade Calculation (based on the modules that have been completed) Weights of Grading Categories Class Participation (Attendance)..... 5% Notebook Problems......................... 10% MyLabsPlus Homework ................. 15% Exam Scores.................................... 70% Semester Grade Cutoffs 92 – 100% ................A 84 – 91% ..................B 75 – 83% ..................C Below 75% ..............F Additional Syllabus Information The Course Details information sheet located within MyLabsPlus contains information that is part of this syllabus. Students should become familiar with the information provided there. Americans with Disabilities Act Contact Travis Kromminga, RCTC Disability Director, (Room: SS168 or Phone: 280-2968) for any documented special needs. Instructors should be notified the first week of class. All discussions remain confidential. This syllabus may change at the discretion of the instructor. Changes will be provided in writing. Fall 2013 Calendar MONDAY AUGUST TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 26 27 28 29 30 Last Day to Drop SEPTEMBER 2 Labor Day Holiday No Classes 9 3 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 26 27 1 25 Student Success Day No Classes 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 30 OCTOBER 17 Education MN No Classes 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 4 6 7 8 11 5 Faculty Duty Day No Classes 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 26 27 2 3 4 28 Thanksgiving Break No Classes 5 29 Thanksgiving Break No Classes 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 25 Last Day to Withdraw DECEMBER 18 Education MN No Classes 25 NOVEMBER 1 20 Fall Semester Ends RCTC Developmental Math Student Information Sheet Complete this sheet and keep it in your pocket folder as specified in Organizing My Folder. 1. Name: ______________________________________________________ 2. Advisor’s Name: ______________________________________________ 3. Program of Study: _____________________________________________ 4. Have you already completed some math modules in a previous RCTC math course? 5. No Yes (If yes, skip to number 6.) The following information can be found on your student DARS report. Accuplacer Elementary Algebra Test Score: __________ or Accuplacer Intermediate Test Score: __________ or Accuplacer College Algebra Test Score: __________ or ACT Math Score: __________ 6. If you answered number 5, you can find the starting module for your individualized study plan by locating your score in the Where Do I Start document located within MyLabsPlus. If you did not answer number 5, you will start this semester at the point where you left off last semester. Circle your starting module. 1 7. 2a 2b 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11a 11b 12a 12b Find the required modules for your individualized study plan by locating your program of study in the RCTC Mod Requirements document located within MyLabsPlus. Circle ALL of your required modules below and then cross out all modules to the left of your starting module (from question 6.) To satisfy the requirements for your program of study, you must complete circled modules (that are not crossed out.) 1 2a 2b 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11a 11b 12a 12b Developmental Math Pocket Folder Title Page Student’s Name _________________________________ NO. ______________ Instructor’s Name _________________________ Section NO. ______________ Use this title page for all semesters of MATH 0080s. Your instructor will complete the information below. Module Test and Written Problem Results Module 1 2a 2b 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11a 11b 12a 12b Instructor’s Initials Date mm/dd/yy Complete Organized Legible Accurate Notebook Points Test Score Pre/Post Personal Accountability Calendar Refer to your Student Information Sheet for the modules that you need to complete. Write each module number on the day you anticipate taking the test for that module. Remember that you may complete as many modules as you wish, but you are required to complete at least 4 modules this semester in order to pass this course. MONDAY AUGUST TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 26 27 28 29 30 Last Day to Drop SEPTEMBER 2 Labor Day Holiday No Classes 9 3 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 26 27 1 25 Student Success Day No Classes 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 30 OCTOBER 17 Education MN No Classes 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 4 6 7 8 11 5 Faculty Duty Day No Classes 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22 26 27 2 3 4 28 Thanksgiving Break No Classes 5 29 Thanksgiving Break No Classes 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 25 Last Day to Withdraw DECEMBER 18 Education MN No Classes 25 NOVEMBER 1 20 Fall Semester Ends Developmental Math Course Details This document contains information about the RCTC Developmental Math sequence (Math 0080s) that is not found in other course documentation. The following information is provided here. • Course Time Expectations • Calculator Use • Exam Information • Credit for Participation • Cell Phone Policy • Academic and Classroom Misconduct Course Time Expectations In this course, you are required to spend a minimum of three hours per week working on math in a supervised computer lab. This minimum requirement is unlikely to provide sufficient practice for successful completion of the course. In other words, you should expect to work on math outside of class. The amount of outside time that may be necessary will vary depending on individual learning styles and study habits. You are always welcome and encouraged to spend additional time in the Math Learning Center or a supervised lab. Many students choose to spend the majority of their math study time in the Math Learning Center where tutors are available. Success in this course is greatly influenced by the amount of time you spend doing math. Calculator Use Your instructor will give specific instructions concerning the types of calculators that are allowed and the modules for which calculators may be used. In most cases, the basic four-function calculator that is part of almost every computer operating system will be sufficient. Note that most computer operating system calculators can switch views between the basic and scientific modes. Exam Information Practice tests: For each module, you may take as many practice tests as you wish. This is an excellent way to assess your knowledge of the material. Practice test scores do not count toward your grade. Pre-tests: You are allowed 1 pre-test attempt for each module and must score at least 80% to “test out” of the module. If you score 80% or higher, your pre-test score will be recorded as your post-test score for the module and you may continue with the next module. If your score is less than 80%, you must complete all module homework requirements and take a post-test. Post-tests: You are allowed up to 3 post-test attempts for each module and must score at least 75% to pass the module. If your score is 75% or higher, the module is complete and you may continue with the next module. If your score is less than 75%, you should complete additional homework and practice tests before retaking the post-test. Note that your Written Problems should be turned in to your instructor before taking a pos-test. Credit for Participation Your instructor will provide information about his or her procedures for recording your attendance and/or awarding participation credit. Your participation/attendance counts as 5% of your overall grade. Cell Phone Policy All cell phones should be set to silent mode during class. You are expected to wait until after class to return a call. In the case of an emergency, you should leave the room to take or return a call. Remember that a cell phone conversation in the hall can often be overheard and may cause a distraction. Try to be as respectful as possible. Cell phones should not be used as a calculator or for texting during a test. Academic and Classroom Misconduct From the 2010-2011 RCTC Catalog and Student Handbook: I. Code of Student Conduct: Each student at RCTC has the right to an education, and it is the responsibility of the college to provide an environment that promotes learning. Any action by a student that interferes with the education of any other student or interferes with the operations of the college in carrying out its responsibility to provide an education will be considered a violation of this code. Disciplinary action will be handled in an expeditious manner while providing due process. RCTC Math Students are expected to maintain academic honesty in all their work. Collaboration is encouraged on many assignments such as homework and guided study. Tutors are available to assist you with this sort of work. Exams are considered individual work and must be completed without unauthorized assistance of any kind, including help of other students, tutors, or notes. All test material is to be turned in with the test paper. Attempting to bring work out of the testing area and/or share that work with other students is considered cheating. Cheating on tests, misrepresentation of attendance, falsifying records, or lying will result in loss of credit for all work involved. • The instructor has the primary responsibility for control of classroom and behavior and maintenance of academic integrity, and can order the temporary removal or exclusion from the classroom any student engaged in disruptive conduct or conduct in violation of the general rules and regulations of the institution. Extended or permanent exclusion from the classroom or further disciplinary action can be effected through appropriate procedures of the institution. • Plagiarism, cheating and other form of academic dishonesty are prohibited. Students guilty of academic misconduct, either directly or indirectly, through participation or assistance, are immediately responsible to the instructor of the class. In addition to other possible disciplinary sanctions, which may be imposed through the regular institutional procedures, as a result of academic misconduct, the instructor has the authority to assign an “F” or a zero for the exercise or examination, or to assign an “F” in the course. • Disruptive behavior in the classroom may be defined as, but is not limited to, behavior that obstruct or disrupts the learning environment (e.g., offensive language, harassment of students and professors, repeated outburst from a student which disrupt the flow of instruction or prevent concentration on the subject that, failure to cooperate in maintaining classroom decorum, etc.), the continued use of electronic or other noise or light emitting device which disturbs others (e.g., disturbing noises from beepers, cell phones, pal pilots, lap-top computers, games, etc.) Organizing My Folder Your pocket folder should contain the following documents. • • • Your Math Pocket Folder Title Page Your Student Information Sheet Your Personal Accountability Calendar The following two pages should be placed in the three-hole portion of the folder. Top Page Second Page RCTC Developmental Math Student Information Sheet Developmental Math Pocket Folder Title Page Student’s Name _________________________________ NO. ______________ Complete this sheet and keep it in your pocket folder as specified in Organizing My Folder. Instructor’s Name _________________________ Section NO. ______________ 1. Name: ______________________________________________________ 2. Advisor’s Name: ______________________________________________ 3. Program of Study: _____________________________________________ 4. Have you already completed some math modules in a previous RCTC math course? Use this title page for all semesters of MATH 0080s. Your instructor will complete the information below. Module Test and Written Problem Results! "#$%&'! B! C0! C;! D! E! F! G! H! I! J! BK! BB0! BB;! BC0! BC;! ()*+,%-+#,.*! ()/+/0&*! 10+'! 223$$344! 5#26&'+'! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 7,80)/9'$! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! :'8/;&'! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! <--%,0+'! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! =#+';##>! ?#/)+*! @'*+!A-#,'! ?,'3?#*+! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 5. ! No Yes (If yes, skip to number 6.) The following information can be found on your student DARS report. Accuplacer Elementary Algebra Test Score: __________ or Accuplacer Intermediate Test Score: __________ or Accuplacer College Algebra Test Score: __________ or ACT Math Score: __________ 6. If you answered number 5, you can find the starting module for your individualized study plan by locating your score in the Where Do I Start document located within MyLabsPlus. If you did not answer number 5, you will start this semester at the point where you left off last semester. Circle your starting module. 1 7. 2a 2b 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11a 11b 12a 12b Find the required modules for your individualized study plan by locating your program of study in the RCTC Mod Requirements document located within MyLabsPlus. Circle ALL of your required modules below and then cross out all modules to the left of your starting module (from question 6.) To satisfy the requirements for your program of study, you must complete circled modules (that are not crossed out.) 1 2a 2b 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11a 11b 12a 12b The pockets of the folder should be organized as shown below. Left Pocket Right Pocket Personal Accountability Calendar Refer to your Student Information Sheet for the modules that you need to complete. Write each module number on the day you anticipate taking the test for that module. Remember that you may complete as many modules as you wish, but you are required to complete at least 4 modules this semester in order to pass this course. MONDAY JUNE JULY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 Start SS I 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 12 NO CLASSES 8 9 10 11 End SS I 15 16 17 18 19 Start SS II 22 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 End SS II 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 AUGUST Any other documents that you would like to keep for the course can be placed in the right pocket. Where Do I Start? If you have already completed some modules in a previous RCTC course, you will begin this course where you left off. Record this module in question 6 on your Student Information Sheet. If you are entering this course for the first time, use the following tables to determine your starting module. Your Accuplacer and/or ACT score(s) should be available on your student DARS report. Record your starting module in question 6 on your Student Information Sheet. Accuplacer Score Elementary Algebra Test: 0 to 43 Elementary Algebra Test: 44 to 75 Start with Module 1 Start with Module 5 Intermediate Algebra Test: 0 to 59 Intermediate Algebra Test: 60 to 86* Start with Module 5 Start with Module 10 *Students with Intermediate Algebra test scores from 72 to 86 may enroll in Math 1111. Check with your advisor to see if Math 1111 satisfies the math requirement for your program of study. College Algebra Test: 0 to 120 You may enroll in college-level math courses. See your instructor. ACT Math Score 0 - 16 17 - 19 20** Start with Module 1 Start with Module 5 Start with Module 10 **If your ACT score is above 20, you may enroll in college-level math courses. See your instructor. Math Module Requirements for RCTC Programs Locate your program of study in the table below and note the required modules for your program. On your Student Information Sheet, circle your required modules on the list of modules in question 7. Academic Program Required Modules Accountant - AAS 1 - 10 Accounting - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1113 or MATH 1115 MATH 1119 or MATH 1127 Accounting Clerk - Diploma None N/A None Administrative Assistant - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Administrative Assistant - AS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Administrative Assistant - Diploma None N/A None Administrative Assistant - Certificate None N/A None Administrative Assistant Legal - Certificate None N/A None Administrative Assistant Refresher - Certificate None N/A None Advanced Hospital Nursing Assistant - Certificate None N/A None Alcohol and Drug Counseling - AS 1 – 12b MATH 2208 MATH 2208 Art + Design: Art - AFA 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Art + Design: Digital Art - Certificate None N/A None Art + Design: Graphic Design - AS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Art + Design: Interaction Design - AS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Art + Design: Mobile Application Development None N/A None Art + Design: Motion Graphics - Certificate None N/A None Art + Design: Photography - Certificate None N/A None Automobile Mechanics - Diploma None N/A MATH 1015 Bioinformatics Foundations - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1113 or MATH 1115 MATH 1119 or MATH 1127 Biotechnology - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1113 or MATH 1115 MATH 1127 Building Utilities Mechanic - AAS None N/A MATH 1015 Building Utilities Mechanic - Diploma None N/A MATH 1015 Business Administration - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1113 or MATH 1115 MATH 1113 or MATH 1115 Business Administration - Certificate None N/A None Business Management - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Business Analysis - Certificate None N/A None Business Management - Certificate None N/A None Business Management: Marketing - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist - AAS 1-7 CHEM 1117 None Carpentry - Diploma None N/A None Child, Youth and Family Studies - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher)* Child Development - Diploma None N/A None Child Development - Certificate None N/A None Clinical Neurophysiology Technology - AAS 1–5 CHEM 1101 None Clinical Research Coordinator - AAS 1 – 12b MATH 2208 MATH 2208 Clinical Research Coordinator - Diploma None N/A None Coaching - Diploma None N/A None Coaching - Certificate None N/A None Associate of Arts Liberal Arts & Sciences – AA 1 - 10 Prerequisites Will Be Met For Additional Math Required MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) MATH MATH 1111 1111 MATH MATH 11111111 (or higher) Coding Specialist – Diploma None N/A None Computer Aided Drafting Technology - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher)* Computer Aided Drafting Technology - Diploma None N/A MATH 1015 Computer Information Systems - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1113 or MATH 1115 MATH 1119 or MATH 1127 Computer Science – AS 1 – 12b MATH 1115 MATH 1127 Computer Skills - Certificate None N/A None Criminal Justice - AS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Customer Service Administrative Specialist – Diploma None N/A None Customer Service Office Assistant – Certificate None N/A None Dance – Certificate None N/A None Dental Assistant – AAS None N/A None Dental Assistant - Diploma None N/A None Dental Assistant: Expanded Functions - Certificate None N/A None Dental Hygiene – AAS 1-7 CHEM 1117 None Emergency Medical Technology – Certificate 1-7 CHEM 1117 None Engineering – AS 1 – 12b MATH 1115 MATH 1127 Enhanced Community Health Worker – Certificate None N/A None Environmental Science – AS 1 – 12b MATH 2208 MATH 2208 Equine Science: Business Management – AS 1 – 12b MATH 2208 MATH 2208 Equine Science: Horse Husbandry - Certificate None N/A None Equine Science: Riding/Training - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Equine Science: Riding/Training – Diploma None N/A None Group Fitness Instructor – Diploma None N/A None Group Fitness Instructor – Certificate None N/A None Healthcare Informatics – Certificate None N/A None Health Information Technology – AAS None N/A None Health Sciences Broad Field - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1115 and MATH 2208 MATH 1115 and MATH 2208 Health Unit Coordinator – Certificate None N/A None Histology Technician - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1115 MATH 1115 Horticulture Science - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1115 MATH 1115 Horticulture Technology - AAS None N/A None Horticulture: Floriculture/Garden Center - Diploma None N/A None Horticulture: Landscape, Golf Course - Diploma None N/A None Human Services Specialist - AS 1 - 12 MATH 2208 MATH 2208 Human Services Technician - Diploma None N/A None Human Services Technician: Chem Health - Certificate None N/A None Human Services Technician: Disabilities - Certificate None N/A None Human Services Technician: Mental Health - Certificate None N/A None Individual Studies - AS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher)* Intensive Care Paramedic - AS 1-7 CHEM 1117 None Intensive Care Paramedic - Diploma None N/A None Laboratory Science - AS 1 – 12b MATH 1115 MATH 1115 Law Enforcement - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher)* Law Enforcement - AS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 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Skills - Diploma None N/A None Occupational Skills - Certificate None N/A None Personal Trainer - Diploma None N/A None Personal Trainer - Certificate None N/A None Practical Nursing - Diploma None N/A None Precision Manufacturing Technology - Diploma None N/A MATH 1015 Protective Agent - Certificate None N/A None Software Application Specialist - Certificate None N/A None Sport Management - AAS 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Sport Management - Diploma 1 - 10 MATH 1111 MATH 1111 (or higher) Surgical Technology - AAS 1–5 CHEM 1101 None Veterinary Technician - AAS 1–5 CHEM 1101 None * Students may choose credits from MnTC Goal 3 or Goal 4 Math Module Requirements For Specified RCTC Courses Course Needed Required Modules MATH 1050/1060 (Required for Elementary Ed Majors) 1 – 12b PHIL 1145 (May be taken to satisfy MnTC Goal 4) 1 – 10 Math 0080s Course Content Mod 1: Integers Find Opposites • Graph Integers on a Number Line • Compare Integers • Absolute Value of Integers • Add Integers • Subtract Integers • Multiply Integers • Evaluate Exponential Expressions • Divide Integers • Order of Operations • Applications Mod 2a: Fractions Identify Numerator and Denominator • Fractions Represented by Shaded Figures • Simplify Fractions • Convert Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions • Graph Fractions and Mixed Numbers on a Number Line • Divisibility Tests • Prime and Composite Numbers • Prime Factorization • Equivalent Fractions • Simplify Fractions Using the GCF • Compare Fractions • Multiply Fractions • Find the Reciprocal • Divide Fractions • Add and Subtract Fractions with Like Denominators • Find the LCM and the LCD • Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators • Arithmetic on Mixed Numbers • Applications Mod 2b: Decimals Write decimals as Fractions • Graph a Decimal on a Number Line • Compare Decimals • Round Decimals • Estimate a Decimal Sum or Difference • Add and Subtract Decimals • Estimate a Decimal Products or Quotients • Multiply and Divide Decimals • Write Fractions as Decimals • Classify Real Numbers • Order of Operations with Real Numbers • Circumference of a Circle • Area of a Circle • Area of Composite Regions • The Pythagorean Theorem • Mean, Median, and Mode • Weighted Mean: GPA • Applications Mod 3: Algebraic Expressions and Linear Equations Like Terms • Simplify Expressions • Find the Opposite of an Expression • Add and Subtract Expressions • Multiply expressions • Simplify Expressions by Multiplying, Adding, and Subtracting • Translate Phrases into Algebraic Expressions • Translate Sentences into Equations • Determine if a Value is a Solutions to an Equation • Determine if Two Equations are Equivalent • Solve Equations Using the Addition Property of Equality • Solve Equations Using the Multiplications Property of Equality • Solve Linear Equations Visually • Solve Linear Equations Symbolically • Determine if an Equation has One Solution, No Solutions, or Infinitely Many Solutions • Solve Equations Involving Fractions • Use the LCD to clear Fractions in an Equation • Solve Equations Involving Decimals • Set Up and Solve Number Problems for Unknown Values • Distance, Rate, and Time Problems • Mixture Problems • Other Applications Mod 4: Ratios, Proportions, and Unit Analysis Write Ratios as Fractions • Find Unit Ratios • Write Rates as Fractions • Write Rates as Unit Rates • Determine if Ratios are Proportions • Solve a Proportion for an Unknown Value • Similar Figures • Convert American Units of Length • Convert American Units of Area • Convert American Units of Volume • Convert American Units of Weight • Convert Metric Units of Length • Convert Metric Units of Area • Convert Metric Units of Volume • Convert Metric Units of Mass • Convert Between American and Metric Units of Length, Volume, and Mass • Fahrenheit and Celsius Conversions • Other Applications Mod 5: Percents and Interest Write Percents as Fractions or Mixed Numbers • Write Percents as Decimals • Write Fractions or Mixed Numbers as Percents • Write Decimals as Percents • Write Percent Statements in Basic Percent Statement Form • Translate Sentences to Basic Percent Equations • Find Unknown Values in Percent Problems Using Equations • Write Percent Statements as Proportions • Find Unknown Values in Percent Problems Using Proportions • Solve Percent Problems for a Missing Part, Whole, or Percent • Sales Tax Problems • Discount and Sale Price Problems • Commission and Net Pay Problems • Percent Increase and Percent Decrease • Simple Interest • Compound Interest • Other Applications Mod 6: Graphing Linear Equations in Two Variables Plot Points and Identify Coordinates • Identify the Quadrant Containing a Point • Plot a Line Graph • Determine if an Ordered Pair is a Solution to an Equation • Construct a Table of Solutions • Graph Linear Equations • Find Intercepts from a Graph or Table • Find Intercepts from an Equation • Graph Horizontal and Vertical Lines • Determine the Equation of a Horizontal or Vertical Line • Determine Slope from a Graph • Use Two Points to Determine Slope • Sketch a Graph of a Line Given Slope and a Point • Use Slope to Model a Rate of Change • Write the SlopeIntercept Form of an Equation from Given Information • Rewrite an Equation in Slope-Intercept Form • Graph an Equation Written in Slope-Intercept Form • Determine if a Point Lies on a Line • Write a Point-Slope Form of an Equation from Given Information • Rewrite a Point-Slope Equation in Slope-Intercept Form • Applications Mod 7: Polynomials and Exponents Evaluate Exponential Expressions • Use the Product Rule and Power Rules to Simplify Expressions • Add Polynomials • Find the Opposite of a Polynomial • Subtract Polynomials • Multiply Monomials • Multiply Monomials and Polynomials • Multiply Polynomials • Product of a Sum and a Difference • Squaring Binomials • Cubing Binomials • Simplifying Exponential Expressions • Working with Scientific Notation • Divide a Polynomial by a Monomial • Divide a Polynomial by a Binomial • Applications Mod 8: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables Determine if an Ordered Pair is a Solution to a System • Solve a system of Equations Graphically or Numerically • Solve a System Using Substitution • Solve a System Using Elimination • Determine if a System has One Solution, No Solutions, or Infinitely Many Solutions • Represent an inequality on a Number Line • Write an Inequality in Interval Notation • Solve Linear Inequalities in One Variable • Translate Statements to Inequalities • Determine if a Test Point is a Solution to a System of Inequalities • Graph a Single Inequality in the xy-Plane • Shade the Solution Set for a System of Inequalities • Applications Mod 9: Factoring Polynomials and Solving Equations Factor a Common Factor from an Expression • Factor by Grouping • Factor Trinomials with Leading Coefficient 1 • Factor by Grouping • Factor Trinomials with Leading Coefficient Not 1 • Factor the Difference of Two Squares • Factor Perfect Square Trinomials • Factor the Sum and Difference of Cubes • Summary of Factoring by Any Method • The Zero-Product Property • Solve Quadratic Equations by Factoring • Applications Mod 10: Rational Expressions and Equations Evaluate Rational Expressions • Find Values for Which a Rational Expression is Undefined • Simplify Rational Expressions • Multiply and Divide Rational Expressions • Add and Subtract Rational Expressions with Like Denominators • Find the LCM and LCD • Add and Subtract Rational Expressions with Unlike Denominators • Solve Rational Equations • Applications Mod 11a: Functions and Their Representations Evaluate Functions • Write a Function as a Set of Ordered Pairs • Use Tables and Diagrams to Evaluate Functions • Identify Domains and Ranges • Identify Functions • Identify Linear Functions • Represent Linear Functions Graphically and Symbolically Match a Situation with its Graph • Find the Midpoint of a Line Segment • Write Compound Inequalities in Interval Notation • Solve Compound Inequalities Symbolically • Write the Domain and Range of a Polynomial Function in Interval Notations • Write the Domain and Range of a Rational Function in Interval Notations • Determine the Domain and Range of a Function from its Graph • Evaluate Absolute Value, Polynomial, and Rational Functions • Perform Function Arithmetic • Solve Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities • Applications Mod 11b: Systems of Three Equations; Matrices Solve a System of Three Equations Using Substitution • Translate a System of Equations into an Augmented Matrix • Solve a System of Equations Using GaussJordan Elimination • Identify Dependent and Independent Equations • Applications Mod 12a: Radical Expressions and Equations Evaluate Radical Expressions • Simplify Radical Expressions • Rational Exponents • Convert Between Expressions with Radical Notation and Rational Exponents • Simplify Expressions Using Properties of Rational Exponents • Multiply and Divide Radical Expressions • Add and Subtract Radical Expressions • Rationalize the Denominator • Evaluate Root Functions • Rewrite Power Functions as Root Functions • Evaluate Power Functions • Graph Power Functions • Solve Radical Equations • Use the Pythagorean Theorem • Use the Distance Formula • Use the Imaginary Unit i to Rewrite and Expression • Add, Subtract, and Multiply Complex Numbers • Simplify Powers of i • Complex Conjugates • Divide Complex Numbers • Applications Mod 12b: Quadratic Functions and Equations Find the Vertex of a Parabola • Graph and Analyze Quadratic Functions • Solve Quadratic Equations by Factoring • Solve Quadratic Equations by Using the Square Root Property • Solve Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square • Solve Quadratic Equations by Using the Quadratic Formula • Find and Use the Discriminant • Solve Quadratic Equations with Complex Solutions • Solve Quadratic Inequalities • Applications Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:49am View Question Details Unit 3 Assignment name Mod 2a HW 1 Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 24 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 4.1 Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers 4.1: Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers 1 Section 4.1 Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers 4.1: Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers 1 1 4.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 4.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 4.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 4.1.7 Identify numerators and denominators of given fractions. No 1 5 4.1.15 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 6 4.1.17 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 7 4.1.23 Simplify fractions. No 1 8 4.1.25 Simplify fractions. No 1 9 4.1.27 Simplify fractions. No 1 10 4.1.31 Simplify fractions. No 1 11 4.1.37 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 12 4.1.39 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 13 4.1.43 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions. No 1 14 4.1.45 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions. No 1 15 4.1.49 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions. No 1 16 4.1.51 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions. No 1 17 4.1.61 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 18 4.1.63 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 19 4.1.67 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 20 4.1.69 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 21 4.1.73 Solve applications. No 1 22 4.1.75 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:50am View Question Details Unit 3 Assignment name Mod 2a HW 2 Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 30 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 4.2 Prime Factorization and Lowest Terms 4.2: Prime Factorization and Lowest Terms 1 Section 4.2 Prime Factorization and Lowest Terms 4.2: Prime Factorization and Lowest Terms 1 1 4.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 4.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 4.2.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 4.2.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 4.2.19 Determine divisibility and find factors. No 1 6 4.2.23 Determine divisibility and find factors. No 1 7 4.2.25 Determine divisibility and find factors. No 1 8 4.2.29 Determine divisibility and find factors. No 1 9 4.2.33 Identify prime and composite numbers. No 1 10 4.2.35 Identify prime and composite numbers. No 1 11 4.2.43 Find the prime factorization of a composite. No 1 12 4.2.45 Find the prime factorization of a composite. No 1 13 4.2.47 Find the prime factorization of a composite. No 1 14 4.2.51 Find equivalent fractions. No 1 15 4.2.55 Find equivalent fractions. No 1 16 4.2.59 Find equivalent fractions. No 1 17 4.2.61 Find equivalent fractions. No 1 18 4.2.63 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 19 4.2.65 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 20 4.2.67 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 21 4.2.73 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 22 4.2.75 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 23 4.2.77 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 24 4.2.81 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Compare fractions. No 1 4.2.91 Compare fractions. No 1 27 4.2.115 Solve applications. No 1 28 4.2.119 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 25 4.2.83 26 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:50am View Question Details Unit 3 Assignment name Mod 2a HW 3 Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 31 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 4.3 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions 4.3: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions 1 Section 4.3 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions 4.3: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions 1 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions 4.3: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions 1 1 4.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 4.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 4.3.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 4.3.7 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 5 4.3.9 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 6 4.3.11 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 7 4.3.13 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 8 4.3.17 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 9 4.3.19 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 10 4.3.21 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 11 4.3.25 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 12 4.3.31 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 13 4.3.35 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 14 4.3.37 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 15 4.3.57 Evaluate powers and square roots of fractions. No 1 16 4.3.59 Evaluate powers and square roots of fractions. No 1 17 4.3.73 Write the reciprocal of a number. No 1 18 4.3.77 Write the reciprocal of a number. No 1 19 4.3.81 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 20 4.3.83 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 21 4.3.87 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 4.3.93 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 24 4.3.107 Find a fraction of a fraction. No 1 25 4.3.113 Solve applications. No 1 26 4.3.117 Solve applications. No 1 27 4.3.119 Solve applications. No 1 28 4.3.123 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 22 4.3.91 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:51am View Question Details Unit 3 Assignment name Mod 2a HW 4 Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 26 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 4.4 Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Like Denominators 4.4: Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Like Denominators 1 Section 4.4 Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Like Denominators 4.4: Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Like Denominators 1 1 4.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 4.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 4.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 4.4.7 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 5 4.4.11 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 6 4.4.15 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 7 4.4.17 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 8 4.4.19 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 9 4.4.23 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 10 4.4.25 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 11 4.4.29 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 12 4.4.31 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 13 4.4.33 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 14 4.4.35 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 15 4.4.37 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 16 4.4.41 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 17 4.4.43 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 18 4.4.45 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 19 4.4.49 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 20 4.4.51 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 21 4.4.69 Solve applications. No 1 22 4.4.73 Solve applications. No 1 23 4.4.75 Solve applications. No 1 24 4.4.79 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:51am View Question Details Unit 3 Assignment name Mod 2a HW 5 Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 28 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 4.5 Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Unlike Denominators 4.5: Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Unlike Denominators 1 Section 4.5 Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Unlike Denominators 4.5: Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Unlike Denominators 1 Least Common Multiple 4.5: Adding and Subtracting Fractions—Unlike Denominators 1 1 4.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 4.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 4.5.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 4.5.7 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 5 4.5.9 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 6 4.5.13 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 7 4.5.15 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 8 4.5.19 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 9 4.5.23 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 10 4.5.33 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 11 4.5.35 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 12 4.5.49 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 13 4.5.51 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 14 4.5.53 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 15 4.5.53 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 16 4.5.57 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 17 4.5.61 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 18 4.5.63 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 19 4.5.67 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 20 4.5.69 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 21 4.5.81 Solve applications. No 1 22 4.5.85 Solve applications. No 1 23 4.5.89 Solve applications. No 1 24 4.5.91 Solve applications. No 1 25 4.5.93 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:51am View Question Details Unit 3 Assignment name Mod 2a HW 6 Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 4.6 Operations on Mixed Numbers 4.6: Operations on Mixed Numbers 1 Section 4.6 Operations on Mixed Numbers 4.6: Operations on Mixed Numbers 1 Subtract Mixed Numbers 4.6: Operations on Mixed Numbers 1 Multiplying and Dividing Mixed Numbers 4.6: Operations on Mixed Numbers 1 1 4.6.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 4.6.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 4.6.7 Write mixed numbers as improper fractions. No 1 4 4.6.9 Write mixed numbers as improper fractions. No 1 5 4.6.11 Write mixed numbers as improper fractions. No 1 6 4.6.13 Write mixed numbers as improper fractions. No 1 7 4.6.15 Round mixed numbers to the nearest integer. No 1 8 4.6.19 Round mixed numbers to the nearest integer. No 1 9 4.6.23 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 10 4.6.25 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 11 4.6.29 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 12 4.6.31 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 13 4.6.35 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 14 4.6.37 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 15 4.6.43 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 16 4.6.45 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 17 4.6.47 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 18 4.6.49 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 19 4.6.57 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 20 4.6.63 Solve applications. No 1 21 4.6.65 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 4.6.69 Solve applications. No 1 4.6.71 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 22 4.6.67 23 24 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:52am View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 4 Assignment name Mod 2a Written HW Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 4.2.47 Find the prime factorization of a composite. No 1 3 4.2.69 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 4 4.3.25 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 5 4.3.87 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 6 4.4.75 Solve applications. No 1 7 4.5.51 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 8 4.5.63 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 9 4.6.25 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 10 4.6.47 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 4.1.75 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:52am View Question Details 1 of 5 Legend Unit 52 Assignment name Mod 2a Post-test Chapter coverage 4 Displays with chapters 4 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 4.1.17 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 1 4.1.21 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 2 4.1.25 Simplify fractions. No 1 3 4.1.37 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 3 4.1.39 Write fractions represented by shaded figures. No 1 4 4.1.43 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions. No 1 4 4.1.49 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions. No 1 4 4.1.51 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 4.1.15 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points fractions. 2 of 5 4 4.1.53 Convert between integers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions. No 1 5 4.1.61 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 5 4.1.63 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 5 4.1.67 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 5 4.1.69 Graph fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. No 1 6 4.2.33 Identify prime and composite numbers. No 1 6 4.2.35 Identify prime and composite numbers. No 1 7 4.2.43 Find the prime factorization of a composite. No 1 7 4.2.45 Find the prime factorization of a composite. No 1 7 4.2.47 Find the prime factorization of a composite. No 1 8 4.2.51 Find equivalent fractions. No 1 8 4.2.55 Find equivalent fractions. No 1 8 4.2.59 Find equivalent fractions. No 1 9 4.2.63 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 9 4.2.69 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 3 of 5 Student to show work # Points Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 4.2.75 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 10 4.2.79 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 10 4.2.81 Simplify fractions using the GCF. No 1 11 4.3.25 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 11 4.3.27 Multiply fractions and rational expressions. No 1 12 4.3.73 Write the reciprocal of a number. No 1 12 4.3.77 Write the reciprocal of a number. No 1 12 4.3.79 Write the reciprocal of a number. No 1 13 4.3.83 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 13 4.3.87 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 13 4.3.91 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 13 4.3.93 Divide fractions and rational expressions. No 1 14 4.3.113 Solve applications. No 1 14 4.3.117 Solve applications. No 1 15 4.4.15 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 15 4.4.17 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 10 4.2.73 10 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 5 Student to show work # Points Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 4.4.49 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 16 4.4.33 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 16 4.4.37 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 16 4.4.43 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 16 4.4.51 Add and subtract like fractions. No 1 17 4.4.69 Solve applications. No 1 17 4.4.75 Solve applications. No 1 17 4.4.79 Solve applications. No 1 18 4.5.7 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 18 4.5.9 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 18 4.5.13 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 18 4.5.21 Find the LCM and LCD. No 1 19 4.5.53 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 19 4.5.57 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 19 4.5.61 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 19 4.5.63 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 20 4.5.67 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 20 4.5.69 Add and subtract unlike fractions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 15 4.4.45 15 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 5 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 4.5.85 Solve applications. No 1 21 4.5.91 Solve applications. No 1 22 4.6.9 Write mixed numbers as improper fractions. No 1 22 4.6.11 Write mixed numbers as improper fractions. No 1 22 4.6.13 Write mixed numbers as improper fractions. No 1 23 4.6.25 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 23 4.6.43 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 23 4.6.57 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 24 4.6.35 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 24 4.6.47 Perform arithmetic on mixed numbers. No 1 25 4.6.63 Solve applications. No 1 25 4.6.65 Solve applications. No 1 25 4.6.67 Solve applications. No 1 25 4.6.69 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 21 4.5.81 21 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:55am View Question Details Unit 5 Assignment name Mod 2b HW 1 Chapter coverage 5 Displays with chapters 5 Total points 28 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 5.1 Introduction to Decimals 5.1: Introduction to Decimals 1 Section 5.1 Introduction to Decimals 5.1: Introduction to Decimals 1 Round Decimal Numbers to a given place value 5.1: Introduction to Decimals 1 1 5.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 5.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 5.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 5.1.7 Write decimals in words. No 1 5 5.1.17 Write decimals in words. No 1 6 5.1.19 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 7 5.1.21 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 8 5.1.23 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 9 5.1.29 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 10 5.1.35 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 11 5.1.37 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 12 5.1.41 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 13 5.1.43 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 14 5.1.47 Compare decimals. No 1 15 5.1.51 Compare decimals. No 1 16 5.1.55 Compare decimals. No 1 17 5.1.59 Compare decimals. No 1 18 5.1.61 Round decimals. No 1 19 5.1.65 Round decimals. No 1 20 5.1.69 Round decimals. No 1 21 5.1.73 Round decimals. No 1 22 5.1.75 Round decimals. No 1 23 5.1.81 Solve applications. No 1 24 5.1.85 Solve applications. No 1 25 5.1.87 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:56am View Question Details Unit 5 Assignment name Mod 2b HW 2 Chapter coverage 5 Displays with chapters 5 Total points 24 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 5.2 Adding and Subtracting Decimals 5.2: Adding and Subtracting Decimals 1 Section 5.2 Adding and Subtracting Decimals 5.2: Adding and Subtracting Decimals 1 Checking Accounts 5.2: Adding and Subtracting Decimals 1 1 5.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 5.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 5.2.5 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 4 5.2.7 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 5 5.2.15 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 6 5.2.19 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 7 5.2.23 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 8 5.2.25 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 9 5.2.31 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 10 5.2.33 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 11 5.2.41 Find the actual sum of decimal numbers. No 1 12 5.2.51 Find the actual difference of decimal numbers. No 1 13 5.2.53 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 14 5.2.57 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 15 5.2.71 Solve applications. No 1 16 5.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 17 5.2.75 Solve applications. No 1 18 5.2.79 Solve applications. No 1 19 5.2.81 Solve applications. No 1 20 5.2.89 Solve applications. No 1 21 5.2.91 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:56am View Question Details Unit 5 Assignment name Mod 2b HW 3 Chapter coverage 5 Displays with chapters 5 Total points 28 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 5.3 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals 5.3: Multiplying and Dividing Decimals 1 Section 5.3 Multiplying and Dividing Decimals 5.3: Multiplying and Dividing Decimals 1 Multiplying Decimals 5.3: Multiplying and Dividing Decimals 1 1 5.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 5.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 5.3.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 5.3.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 5.3.9 Estimate products and quotients. No 1 6 5.3.13 Estimate products and quotients. No 1 7 5.3.19 Multiply decimals. No 1 8 5.3.25 Multiply decimals. No 1 9 5.3.31 Multiply decimals. No 1 10 5.3.37 Multiply decimals. No 1 11 5.3.39 Multiply decimals. No 1 12 5.3.41 Multiply decimals. No 1 13 5.3.45 Divide decimals. No 1 14 5.3.51 Divide decimals. No 1 15 5.3.57 Divide decimals. No 1 16 5.3.63 Divide decimals. No 1 17 5.3.81 Write fractions as decimals. No 1 18 5.3.87 Write fractions as decimals. No 1 19 5.3.91 Evaluate and simplify expressions. No 1 20 5.3.93 Evaluate and simplify expressions. No 1 21 5.3.95 Evaluate and simplify expressions. No 1 22 5.3.107 Solve applications. No 1 23 5.3.111 Solve applications. No 1 24 5.3.113 Solve applications. No 1 25 5.3.115 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:57am View Question Details Unit 5 Assignment name Mod 2b HW 4 Chapter coverage 5 Displays with chapters 5 Total points 20 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 5.4 Real Numbers, Square Roots, and Order of Operations 5.4: Real Numbers, Square Roots, and Order of Operations 1 Section 5.4 Real Numbers, Square Roots, and Order of Operations 5.4: Real Numbers, Square Roots, and Order of Operations 1 1 5.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 5.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 5.4.7 Classify real numbers. No 1 4 5.4.9 Classify real numbers. No 1 5 5.4.35 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 6 5.4.37 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 7 5.4.39 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 8 5.4.43 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 9 5.4.45 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 10 5.4.47 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 11 5.4.51 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 12 5.4.53 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 13 5.4.57 Solve applications. No 1 14 5.4.59 Solve applications. No 1 15 5.4.61 Solve applications. No 1 16 5.4.63 Solve applications. No 1 17 5.4.65 Solve applications. No 1 18 5.4.67 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:57am View Question Details Unit 5 Assignment name Mod 2b HW 5 Chapter coverage 5 Displays with chapters 5 Total points 33 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 5.6 Applications from Geometry and Statistics 5.6: Applications from Geometry and Statistics 1 Section 5.6 Applications from Geometry and Statistics 5.6: Applications from Geometry and Statistics 1 Intro to Basic Statistics 5.6: Applications from Geometry and Statistics 1 Pythagorean Theorem 5.6: Applications from Geometry and Statistics 1 Using the Pythagorean theorem finding the hypotenuse 5.6: Applications from Geometry and Statistics 1 1 5.6.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 5.6.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 5.6.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 5.6.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 5.6.11 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 5.6.13 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 7 5.6.17 Find the circumference of a circle. No 1 8 5.6.19 Find the circumference of a circle. No 1 9 5.6.23 Find the area of a circle. No 1 10 5.6.29 Find the area of a circle. No 1 11 5.6.33 Find the area of composite regions. No 1 12 5.6.35 Find the area of composite regions. No 1 13 5.6.39 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 14 5.6.41 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 15 5.6.43 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 16 5.6.45 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 17 5.6.47 Find the mean, median and mode of data. No 1 18 5.6.51 Find the mean, median and mode of data. No 1 19 5.6.53 Find the mean, median and mode of data. No 1 20 5.6.57 Find the mean, median and mode of data. No 1 21 5.6.59 Find the mean, median and mode of data. No 1 22 5.6.63 Find the mean, median and mode of data. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Find the weighted mean and GPA. No 1 5.6.67 Find the weighted mean and GPA. No 1 25 5.6.71 Solve applications. No 1 26 5.6.73 Solve applications. No 1 27 5.6.75 Solve applications. No 1 28 5.6.77 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 23 5.6.65 24 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:57am View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 6 Assignment name Mod 2b Written HW Chapter coverage 5 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Write decimals as fractions. No 1 5.1.81 Solve applications. No 1 3 5.2.57 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 4 5.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 5 5.3.111 Solve applications. No 1 6 5.3.115 Solve applications. No 1 7 5.4.45 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 8 5.4.57 Solve applications. No 1 9 5.6.35 Find the area of composite regions. No 1 10 5.6.53 Find the mean, median and mode of data. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 5.1.23 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:58am View Question Details 1 of 5 Legend Unit 53 Assignment name Mod 2b Post-test Chapter coverage 5 Displays with chapters 7 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Write decimals as fractions. No 1 5.1.21 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 1 5.1.23 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 1 5.1.27 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 1 5.1.29 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 1 5.1.31 Write decimals as fractions. No 1 2 5.1.35 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 2 5.1.37 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 2 5.1.41 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 2 5.1.43 Graph decimals on a number line. No 1 3 5.1.47 Compare decimals. No 1 3 5.1.51 Compare decimals. No 1 3 5.1.55 Compare decimals. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 5.1.19 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 5 Student to show work # Points Compare decimals. No 1 5.1.61 Round decimals. No 1 4 5.1.65 Round decimals. No 1 4 5.1.69 Round decimals. No 1 4 5.1.73 Round decimals. No 1 4 5.1.75 Round decimals. No 1 5 5.1.81 Solve applications. No 1 5 5.1.85 Solve applications. No 1 5 5.1.87 Solve applications. No 1 6 5.2.5 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 6 5.2.7 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 6 5.2.9 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 6 5.2.11 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 6 5.2.15 Estimate the sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 7 5.2.19 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 # Question ID Objective 3 5.1.59 4 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 5 Student to show work # Points Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 5.2.25 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 7 5.2.27 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 7 5.2.31 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 7 5.2.33 Estimate and then find the actual sum or difference of decimal numbers. No 1 8 5.2.71 Solve applications. No 1 8 5.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 8 5.2.75 Solve applications. No 1 8 5.2.79 Solve applications. No 1 9 5.2.81 Solve applications. No 1 9 5.2.89 Solve applications. No 1 9 5.2.91 Solve applications. No 1 10 5.3.9 Estimate products and quotients. No 1 10 5.3.13 Estimate products and quotients. No 1 11 5.3.75 Write fractions as decimals. No 1 # Question ID Objective 7 5.2.23 7 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 5 Student to show work # Points Write fractions as decimals. No 1 5.3.81 Write fractions as decimals. No 1 12 5.3.85 Write fractions as decimals. No 1 12 5.3.87 Write fractions as decimals. No 1 13 5.3.91 Evaluate and simplify expressions. No 1 13 5.3.93 Evaluate and simplify expressions. No 1 13 5.3.95 Evaluate and simplify expressions. No 1 14 5.3.107 Solve applications. No 1 14 5.3.111 Solve applications. No 1 14 5.3.113 Solve applications. No 1 14 5.3.115 Solve applications. No 1 15 5.4.7 Classify real numbers. No 1 15 5.4.9 Classify real numbers. No 1 16 5.4.35 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 16 5.4.37 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 16 5.4.39 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 17 5.4.43 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 17 5.4.45 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 18 5.4.51 Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 # Question ID Objective 11 5.3.77 11 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 5 Student to show work # Points Use the order of operations with real numbers. No 1 5.4.57 Solve applications. No 1 19 5.4.67 Solve applications. No 1 20 5.6.15 Find the circumference of a circle. No 1 20 5.6.17 Find the circumference of a circle. No 1 20 5.6.19 Find the circumference of a circle. No 1 21 5.6.23 Find the area of a circle. No 1 21 5.6.27 Find the area of a circle. No 1 21 5.6.29 Find the area of a circle. No 1 22 5.6.33 Find the area of composite regions. No 1 22 5.6.35 Find the area of composite regions. No 1 23 5.6.39 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 23 5.6.41 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 23 5.6.43 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 23 5.6.45 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 24 5.6.75 Solve applications. No 1 25 5.6.77 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 18 5.4.53 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:02am View Question Details Unit 7 Assignment name Mod 3 HW 1 Chapter coverage 3 Displays with chapters 3 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 3.1 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 3.1: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 1 Section 3.1 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 3.1: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 1 Simplifying Expressions 3.1: Simplifying Algebraic Expressions 1 1 3.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 3.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 3.1.7 Simplify expressions by combining like terms. No 1 4 3.1.9 Simplify expressions by combining like terms. No 1 5 3.1.15 Simplify expressions by combining like terms. No 1 6 3.1.17 Simplify expressions by combining like terms. No 1 7 3.1.21 Add expressions and simplify. No 1 8 3.1.23 Add expressions and simplify. No 1 9 3.1.33 Find opposites of expressions. No 1 10 3.1.41 Subtract expressions and simplify. No 1 11 3.1.43 Subtract expressions and simplify. No 1 12 3.1.47 Subtract expressions and simplify. No 1 13 3.1.51 Multiply expressions and simplify. No 1 14 3.1.53 Multiply expressions and simplify. No 1 15 3.1.59 Multiply expressions and simplify. No 1 16 3.1.61 Multiply expressions and simplify. No 1 17 3.1.65 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 18 3.1.67 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 19 3.1.69 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 20 3.1.73 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 21 3.1.75 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 3.1.81 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 24 3.1.83 Solve applications. No 1 25 3.1.85 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 22 3.1.79 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:03am View Question Details Unit 7 Assignment name Mod 3 HW 2 Chapter coverage 3 Displays with chapters 3 Total points 17 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 3.2 Translating Words to Equations 3.2: Translating Words into Equations 1 Section 3.2 Translating Words to Equations 3.2: Translating Words into Equations 1 Translating Word Sentences to Equations 3.2: Translating Words into Equations 1 1 3.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 3.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 3.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 3.2.7 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 5 3.2.9 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 6 3.2.11 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 7 3.2.15 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 8 3.2.19 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 9 3.2.21 Translate sentences into equations. No 1 10 3.2.25 Translate sentences into equations. No 1 11 3.2.29 Translate sentences into equations. No 1 12 3.2.31 Solve applications. No 1 13 3.2.33 Solve applications. No 1 14 3.2.35 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:03am View Question Details Unit 7 Assignment name Mod 3 HW 3 Chapter coverage 3 Displays with chapters 3 Total points 33 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 3.3 Properties of Equality 3.3: Properties of Equality 1 Section 3.3 Properties of Equality 3.3: Properties of Equality 1 Addition Property of Equality 3.3: Properties of Equality 1 Multiplication Property of Equality 3.3: Properties of Equality 1 1 3.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 3.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 3.3.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 3.3.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 3.3.9 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 6 3.3.11 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 7 3.3.13 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 8 3.3.17 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 9 3.3.21 Determine if two equations are equivalent. No 1 10 3.3.23 Determine if two equations are equivalent. No 1 11 3.3.27 Determine if two equations are equivalent. No 1 12 3.3.31 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 13 3.3.33 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 14 3.3.39 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 15 3.3.49 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 16 3.3.51 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 17 3.3.53 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 18 3.3.55 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 3.3.61 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 21 3.3.63 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 22 3.3.65 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 23 3.3.67 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 24 3.3.71 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 25 3.3.73 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 26 3.3.77 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 27 3.3.79 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 28 3.3.81 Solve applications. No 1 29 3.3.83 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 19 3.3.59 20 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:03am View Question Details Unit 7 Assignment name Mod 3 HW 4 Chapter coverage 3, 9 Displays with chapters 3 Total points 38 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 3.4 Solving Linear Equations 3.4: Solve Linear Equations 1 Section 9.1 Review of Linear Equations 9.1: Review of Linear Equations 1 Section 3.4 Solving Linear Equations 3.4: Solve Linear Equations 1 Section 9.1 Review of Linear Equations 9.1: Review of Linear Equations 1 The Addition Principle 3.4: Solve Linear Equations 1 Multiplication Property of Equality 9.1: Review of Linear Equations 1 Solving Linear Equations 9.1: Review of Linear Equations 1 Solving Linear Equations 9.1: Review of Linear Equations 1 1 3.4.75 Solve linear equations numerically using a table of values. No 1 2 3.4.79 Solve linear equations numerically using a table of values. No 1 3 9.1.23 Solve linear equations. No 1 4 9.1.25 Solve linear equations. No 1 5 3.4.81 Solve linear equations visually. No 1 6 3.4.85 Solve linear equations visually. No 1 7 3.4.21 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 8 3.4.25 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 9 3.4.27 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 10 3.4.33 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 11 3.4.35 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 12 3.4.37 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 13 3.4.41 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 14 3.4.49 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 15 3.4.51 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 16 3.4.59 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 17 3.4.61 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 3.4.67 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 20 3.4.69 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 21 3.4.73 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 22 9.1.44 Solve linear equations. No 1 23 9.1.45 Solve linear equations. No 1 24 9.1.61 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 25 9.1.63 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 26 9.1.62 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 27 9.1.65 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 28 9.1.69 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 29 3.4.89-GS Solve applications. No 1 30 3.4.91 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 18 3.4.63 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:04am View Question Details Unit 7 Assignment name Mod 3 HW 5 Chapter coverage 4, 5 Displays with chapters 5 Total points 25 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 4.8 Solving Equations Involving Fractions 4.8: Solving Equations Involving Fractions 1 Section 4.8 Solving Equations Involving Fractions 4.8: Solving Equations Involving Fractions 1 Section 5.5 Solving Equations Involving Decimals 5.5: Solving Equations Involving Decimals 1 Section 5.5 Solving Equations Involving Decimals 5.5: Solving Equations Involving Decimals 1 1 4.8.5 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 2 4.8.7 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 3 4.8.13 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 4 4.8.15 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 5 4.8.19 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 6 4.8.21 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 7 4.8.35 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 8 4.8.39 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 9 4.8.41 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 10 4.8.43 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 11 4.8.61 Solve equations using a variety of methods. No 1 12 4.8.65 Solve equations using a variety of methods. No 1 13 5.5.5 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 14 5.5.7 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 15 5.5.9 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 16 5.5.11 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 17 5.5.21 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 18 5.5.23 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 19 5.5.29 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 20 5.5.43 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 21 5.5.47 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 2 of 2 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:05am View Question Details Unit 7 Assignment name Mod 3 HW 6 Chapter coverage 3, 9 Displays with chapters 3 Total points 31 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 3.5 Applications and Problem Solving 3.5: Applications and Problem Solving 1 Section 3.5 Applications and Problem Solving 3.5: Applications and Problem Solving 1 Section 9.2 Further Problem Solving 9.2: Further Problem Solving 1 Section 9.2 Further Problem Solving 9.2: Further Problem Solving 1 Applications of Linear Equations 9.2: Further Problem Solving 1 Solving Mixture Problems 9.2: Further Problem Solving 1 Translating Word Sentences to Equations 9.2: Further Problem Solving 1 1 3.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 3.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 3.5.5 Solve number problems by finding the values of unknown numbers. No 1 4 3.5.7 Solve number problems by finding the values of unknown numbers. No 1 5 3.5.11 Solve number problems by finding the values of unknown numbers. No 1 6 3.5.13 Solve number problems by finding the values of unknown numbers. No 1 7 3.5.17 Solve number problems by finding the values of unknown numbers. No 1 8 3.5.21 Solve applications. No 1 9 3.5.23 Solve applications. No 1 10 3.5.25 Solve applications. No 1 11 3.5.31 Solve applications. No 1 12 3.5.33 Solve applications. No 1 13 3.5.35 Solve applications. No 1 14 3.5.37 Solve applications. No 1 15 9.2.15 Set up and solve number problems. No 1 16 9.2.23 Set up and solve number problems. No 1 17 9.2.24 Set up and solve number problems. No 1 18 9.2.26 Set up and solve number problems. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve distance problems. No 1 9.2.31 Solve distance problems. No 1 21 9.2.33 Solve distance problems. No 1 22 9.2.43 Solve mixture problems. No 1 23 9.2.47 Solve mixture problems. No 1 24 9.2.49 Solve mixture problems. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 19 9.2.29 20 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:05am View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 8 Assignment name Mod 3 Written HW Chapter coverage 3-5, 9 Displays with chapters 4 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 3.4.35 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 3 3.4.59 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 4 3.5.29 Solve applications. No 1 5 3.5.21 Solve applications. No 1 6 4.8.39 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 7 4.8.31 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 8 5.5.21 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 9 5.5.29 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 10 9.1.65 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 3.1.69 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:06am View Question Details 1 of 7 Legend Unit 54 Assignment name Mod 3 Post-test Chapter coverage 3-5, 9 Displays with chapters 9 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Simplify expressions by combining like terms. No 1 3.1.9 Simplify expressions by combining like terms. No 1 1 3.1.15 Simplify expressions by combining like terms. No 1 2 3.1.21 Add expressions and simplify. No 1 2 3.1.23 Add expressions and simplify. No 1 2 3.1.27 Add expressions and simplify. No 1 2 3.1.29 Add expressions and simplify. No 1 3 3.1.33 Find opposites of expressions. No 1 3 3.1.37 Find opposites of expressions. No 1 4 3.1.41 Subtract expressions and simplify. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 3.1.7 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 7 Student to show work # Points Subtract expressions and simplify. No 1 3.1.47 Subtract expressions and simplify. No 1 5 3.1.59 Multiply expressions and simplify. No 1 5 3.1.61 Multiply expressions and simplify. No 1 6 3.1.65 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 6 3.1.67 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 6 3.1.69 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 6 3.1.73 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 6 3.1.75 Simplify expressions by multiplying, adding and subtracting. No 1 7 3.2.7 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 7 3.2.9 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 7 3.2.11 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 7 3.2.15 Translate phrases into algebraic expressions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 4 3.1.43 4 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 7 Student to show work # Points Translate sentences into equations. No 1 3.2.25 Translate sentences into equations. No 1 9 3.2.31 Solve applications. No 1 9 3.2.39 Solve applications. No 1 10 3.3.9 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 10 3.3.11 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 10 3.3.13 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 10 3.3.17 Determine if values are solutions to equations. No 1 11 3.3.31 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 11 3.3.33 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 11 3.3.35 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 11 3.3.39 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 11 3.3.61 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 # Question ID Objective 8 3.2.21 8 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 7 Student to show work # Points Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 3.3.73 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 11 3.3.77 Solve equations using the addition property of equality. No 1 12 3.3.51 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 12 3.3.53 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 12 3.3.63 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 12 3.3.71 Solve equations using the multiplication property of equality. No 1 13 3.4.35 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 13 3.4.37 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 13 3.4.41 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 13 3.4.45 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 13 3.4.49 Solve linear equations algebraically. No 1 14 3.5.5 Solve number problems by finding the No 1 # Question ID Objective 11 3.3.65 11 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points values of unknown numbers. 5 of 7 14 3.5.7 Solve number problems by finding the values of unknown numbers. No 1 14 3.5.11 Solve number problems by finding the values of unknown numbers. No 1 15 3.5.21 Solve applications. No 1 15 3.5.29 Solve applications. No 1 15 3.5.33 Solve applications. No 1 15 3.5.37 Solve applications. No 1 16 9.1.61 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 16 9.1.62 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 16 9.1.65 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 16 9.1.69 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 16 9.1.70 Determine the number of solutions of an equation. No 1 17 9.1.91 Solve applications. No 1 17 9.1.93 Solve applications. No 1 17 9.1.95 Solve applications. No 1 6 of 7 Student to show work # Points Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 4.8.7 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 18 4.8.11 Use properties of equality to solve equations containing fractions. No 1 19 4.8.35 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 19 4.8.41 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 19 4.8.43 Solve equations using the LCD to clear fractions. No 1 20 5.5.11 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 20 5.5.15 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 20 5.5.19 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 21 5.5.23 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 21 5.5.27 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 21 5.5.47 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 21 5.5.49 Solve equations algebraically. No 1 22 9.2.7 Set up and solve number problems. No 1 22 9.2.8 Set up and solve number problems. No 1 22 9.2.10 Set up and solve number problems. No 1 # Question ID Objective 18 4.8.5 18 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 7 of 7 Student to show work # Points Solve distance problems. No 1 9.2.31 Solve distance problems. No 1 23 9.2.33 Solve distance problems. No 1 24 9.2.43 Solve mixture problems. No 1 24 9.2.47 Solve mixture problems. No 1 24 9.2.49 Solve mixture problems. No 1 25 3.4.81 Solve linear equations visually. No 1 25 3.4.85 Solve linear equations visually. No 1 # Question ID Objective 23 9.2.29 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:17am View Question Details Unit 9 Assignment name Mod 4 HW 1 Chapter coverage 6 Displays with chapters 6 Total points 29 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 6.1 Ratios and Rates 6.1: Ratios and Rates 1 Section 6.1 Ratios and Rates 6.1: Ratios and Rates 1 1 6.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 6.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 6.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 6.1.9 Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 5 6.1.11 Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 6 6.1.15 Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 7 6.1.17 Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 8 6.1.19 Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 9 6.1.23 Find unit ratios. No 1 10 6.1.25 Find unit ratios. No 1 11 6.1.27 Find unit ratios. No 1 12 6.1.31 Write rates as fractions. No 1 13 6.1.35 Write rates as fractions. No 1 14 6.1.37 Write rates as fractions. No 1 15 6.1.39 Write rates as fractions. No 1 16 6.1.45 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 17 6.1.47 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 18 6.1.49 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 19 6.1.51 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 20 6.1.53 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 21 6.1.59 Solve application problems. No 1 22 6.1.61 Solve application problems. No 1 23 6.1.63 Solve application problems. No 1 24 6.1.67 Solve application problems. No 1 25 6.1.71 Solve application problems. No 1 26 6.1.75 Solve application problems. No 1 27 6.1.77 Solve application problems. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:18am View Question Details Unit 9 Assignment name Mod 4 HW 2 Chapter coverage 6 Displays with chapters 6 Total points 25 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 6.2 Proportions and Similar Figures 6.2: Proportions and Similar Figures 1 Section 6.2 Proportions and Similar Figures 6.2: Proportions and Similar Figures 1 Determine true proportions 6.2: Proportions and Similar Figures 1 Solve proportions 6.2: Proportions and Similar Figures 1 1 6.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 6.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 6.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 6.2.7 Determine if equations are proportions. No 1 5 6.2.9 Determine if equations are proportions. No 1 6 6.2.13 Determine if equations are proportions. No 1 7 6.2.23 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 8 6.2.25 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 9 6.2.29 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 10 6.2.31 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 11 6.2.33 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 12 6.2.37 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 13 6.2.45 Find values of unknown sides of similar figures. No 1 14 6.2.51 Find values of unknown sides of similar figures. No 1 15 6.2.53 Solve application problems. No 1 16 6.2.59 Solve application problems. No 1 17 6.2.61 Solve application problems. No 1 18 6.2.67 Solve application problems. No 1 19 6.2.69 Solve application problems. No 1 20 6.2.73 Solve application problems. No 1 21 6.2.75 Solve application problems. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:18am View Question Details Unit 9 Assignment name Mod 4 HW 3 Chapter coverage 6 Displays with chapters 6 Total points 29 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 6.3 The American System of Measurement 6.3: The American System of Measurement 1 Section 6.3 The American System of Measurement 6.3: The American System of Measurement 1 1 6.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 6.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 6.3.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 6.3.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 6.3.13 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 6 6.3.15 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 7 6.3.17 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 8 6.3.19 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 9 6.3.21 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 10 6.3.23 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 11 6.3.25 Convert areas to different units of measure. No 1 12 6.3.27 Convert areas to different units of measure. No 1 13 6.3.29 Convert areas to different units of measure. No 1 14 6.3.33 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 15 6.3.35 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 16 6.3.37 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 17 6.3.39 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 18 6.3.43 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 19 6.3.47 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 20 6.3.53 Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 21 6.3.55 Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 22 6.3.59 Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 6.3.67 Solve application problems. No 1 25 6.3.69 Solve application problems. No 1 26 6.3.73 Solve application problems. No 1 27 6.3.75 Solve application problems. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 23 6.3.63 24 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:18am View Question Details Unit 9 Assignment name Mod 4 HW 4 Chapter coverage 6 Displays with chapters 6 Total points 30 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 6.4 The Metric System of Measurement 6.4: The Metric System of Measurement 1 Section 6.4 The Metric System of Measurement 6.4: The Metric System of Measurement 1 1 6.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 6.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 6.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 6.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 6.4.9 Determine the names of metric units. No 1 6 6.4.13 Determine the names of metric units. No 1 7 6.4.17 Convert units of length. No 1 8 6.4.19 Convert units of length. No 1 9 6.4.23 Convert units of length. No 1 10 6.4.27 Convert units of length. No 1 11 6.4.29 Convert units of area. No 1 12 6.4.33 Convert units of area. No 1 13 6.4.35 Convert units of area. No 1 14 6.4.37 Convert units of volume. No 1 15 6.4.39 Convert units of volume. No 1 16 6.4.45 Convert units of volume. No 1 17 6.4.47 Convert units of volume. No 1 18 6.4.51 Convert units of mass. No 1 19 6.4.55 Convert units of mass. No 1 20 6.4.57 Convert units of mass. No 1 21 6.4.59 Convert units of mass. No 1 22 6.4.61 Solve application problems. No 1 23 6.4.63 Solve application problems. No 1 24 6.4.65 Solve application problems. No 1 25 6.4.67 Solve application problems. No 1 26 6.4.69 Solve application problems. No 1 27 6.4.71 Solve application problems. No 1 28 6.4.73 Solve application problems. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:19am View Question Details Unit 9 Assignment name Mod 4 HW 5 Chapter coverage 6 Displays with chapters 6 Total points 29 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 6.5 American–Metric Conversions; Temperature 6.5: American-Metric Conversions; Temperature 1 Section 6.5 American–Metric Conversions; Temperature 6.5: American-Metric Conversions; Temperature 1 1 6.5.9 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 2 6.5.11 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 3 6.5.13 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 4 6.5.15 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 5 6.5.18 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 6 6.5.19 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 7 6.5.21 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 8 6.5.23 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 9 6.5.29 Convert units of capacity and volume between American and metric measurements. No 1 10 6.5.31 Convert units of capacity and volume between American and metric measurements. No 1 11 6.5.33 Convert units of capacity and volume between American and metric measurements. No 1 12 6.5.35 Convert units of capacity and volume between American and metric measurements. No 1 13 6.5.41 Convert units of mass and weight between American and metric measurements. No 1 14 6.5.43 Convert units of mass and weight between American and metric measurements. No 1 15 6.5.45 Convert units of mass and weight between American and metric measurements. No 1 16 6.5.49 Convert units of mass and weight between American and metric measurements. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 6.5.55 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 19 6.5.57 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 20 6.5.59 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 21 6.5.61 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 22 6.5.65 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 23 6.5.75 Solve application problems. No 1 24 6.5.77 Solve application problems. No 1 25 6.5.83 Solve application problems. No 1 26 6.5.85 Solve application problems. No 1 27 6.5.89 Solve application problems. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 17 6.5.53 18 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:19am View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 10 Assignment name Mod 4 Written HW Chapter coverage 6 Displays with chapters 6 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Write rates as unit rates. No 1 6.1.67 Solve application problems. No 1 3 6.2.9 Determine if equations are proportions. No 1 4 6.2.29 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 5 6.3.21 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 6 6.3.39 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 7 6.4.23 Convert units of length. No 1 8 6.4.55 Convert units of mass. No 1 9 6.5.19 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 10 6.5.29 Convert units of capacity and volume between American and metric measurements. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 6.1.51 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:20am View Question Details 1 of 6 Legend Unit 55 Assignment name Mod 4 Post-test Chapter coverage 6 Displays with chapters 5 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 6.1.19 Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 1 6.1.21 Write ratios as fractions in simplest form. No 1 2 6.1.25 Find unit ratios. No 1 2 6.1.27 Find unit ratios. No 1 3 6.1.31 Write rates as fractions. No 1 3 6.1.35 Write rates as fractions. No 1 3 6.1.37 Write rates as fractions. No 1 3 6.1.39 Write rates as fractions. No 1 4 6.1.45 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 4 6.1.47 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 4 6.1.49 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 4 6.1.51 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 4 6.1.53 Write rates as unit rates. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 6.1.9 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve application problems. No 1 6.1.77 Solve application problems. No 1 6 6.2.7 Determine if equations are proportions. No 1 6 6.2.9 Determine if equations are proportions. No 1 6 6.2.13 Determine if equations are proportions. No 1 7 6.2.23 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 7 6.2.25 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 7 6.2.29 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 7 6.2.31 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 7 6.2.33 Solve proportions for unknown values. No 1 8 6.2.45 Find values of unknown sides of similar figures. No 1 8 6.2.51 Find values of unknown sides of similar figures. No 1 9 6.2.53 Solve application problems. No 1 9 6.2.59 Solve application problems. No 1 9 6.2.61 Solve application problems. No 1 # Question ID Objective 5 6.1.75 5 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve application problems. No 1 6.2.69 Solve application problems. No 1 10 6.3.13 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 10 6.3.17 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 10 6.3.19 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 10 6.3.21 Convert lengths to different units of measure. No 1 11 6.3.25 Convert areas to different units of measure. No 1 11 6.3.29 Convert areas to different units of measure. No 1 12 6.3.33 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 12 6.3.37 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 12 6.3.39 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 12 6.3.47 Convert capacities to different units of measure. No 1 13 6.3.53 Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 # Question ID Objective 9 6.2.67 9 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 6 Student to show work # Points Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 6.3.59 Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 13 6.3.63 Convert weights to different units of measure. No 1 14 6.3.67 Solve application problems. No 1 14 6.3.69 Solve application problems. No 1 14 6.3.73 Solve application problems. No 1 14 6.3.75 Solve application problems. No 1 15 6.4.9 Determine the names of metric units. No 1 15 6.4.13 Determine the names of metric units. No 1 16 6.4.17 Convert units of length. No 1 16 6.4.19 Convert units of length. No 1 16 6.4.23 Convert units of length. No 1 17 6.4.39 Convert units of volume. No 1 17 6.4.45 Convert units of volume. No 1 17 6.4.47 Convert units of volume. No 1 18 6.4.51 Convert units of mass. No 1 18 6.4.55 Convert units of mass. No 1 18 6.4.57 Convert units of mass. No 1 # Question ID Objective 13 6.3.55 13 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve application problems. No 1 6.4.63 Solve application problems. No 1 19 6.4.67 Solve application problems. No 1 19 6.4.69 Solve application problems. No 1 19 6.4.71 Solve application problems. No 1 19 6.4.73 Solve application problems. No 1 20 6.5.9 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 20 6.5.11 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 20 6.5.13 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 21 6.5.15 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 21 6.5.18 Convert units of length between American and metric measurements. No 1 22 6.5.29 Convert units of capacity and volume between American and metric measurements. No 1 22 6.5.31 Convert units of capacity and volume No 1 # Question ID Objective 19 6.4.61 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points between American and metric measurements. 6 of 6 22 6.5.33 Convert units of capacity and volume between American and metric measurements. No 1 23 6.5.41 Convert units of mass and weight between American and metric measurements. No 1 23 6.5.43 Convert units of mass and weight between American and metric measurements. No 1 23 6.5.45 Convert units of mass and weight between American and metric measurements. No 1 24 6.5.53 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 24 6.5.57 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 25 6.5.55 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 25 6.5.59 Convert temperatures between Fahrenheit and Celsius. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:22am View Question Details Unit 11 Assignment name Mod 5 HW 1 Chapter coverage 7 Displays with chapters 7 Total points 30 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 7.1 Introduction to Percents; Circle Graphs 7.1: Introduction to Percents; Circle Graphs 1 Section 7.1 Introduction to Percents; Circle Graphs 7.1: Introduction to Percents; Circle Graphs 1 1 7.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 7.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 7.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 7.1.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 7.1.9 Write percents as fractions or mixed numbers in simplest form. No 1 6 7.1.11 Write percents as fractions or mixed numbers in simplest form. No 1 7 7.1.13 Write percents as fractions or mixed numbers in simplest form. No 1 8 7.1.17 Write percents as fractions or mixed numbers in simplest form. No 1 9 7.1.25 Write percents as decimals. No 1 10 7.1.27 Write percents as decimals. No 1 11 7.1.29 Write percents as decimals. No 1 12 7.1.31 Write percents as decimals. No 1 13 7.1.35 Write percents as decimals. No 1 14 7.1.37 Write percents as decimals. No 1 15 7.1.41 Write fractions or mixed numbers as percents. No 1 16 7.1.47 Write fractions or mixed numbers as percents. No 1 17 7.1.49 Write fractions or mixed numbers as percents. No 1 18 7.1.55 Write decimals as percents. No 1 19 7.1.57 Write decimals as percents. No 1 20 7.1.59 Write decimals as percents. No 1 21 7.1.61 Write decimals as percents. No 1 22 7.1.65 Write decimals as percents. No 1 23 7.1.67 Write decimals as percents. No 1 24 7.1.69 Convert between percents, fractions, and decimals. No 1 25 7.1.71 Determine percentages from circle graphs. No 1 26 7.1.77 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 27 7.1.79 28 7.1.83 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:23am View Question Details Unit 11 Assignment name Mod 5 HW 2 Chapter coverage 7 Displays with chapters 7 Total points 27 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 7.2 Using Equations to Solve Percent Problems 7.2: Using Equations to Solve Percent Problems 1 Section 7.2 Using Equations to Solve Percent Problems 7.2: Using Equations to Solve Percent Problems 1 Percent Problems 7.2: Using Equations to Solve Percent Problems 1 Understanding and Solving Percent Problems 7.2: Using Equations to Solve Percent Problems 1 Understanding Percents 7.2: Using Equations to Solve Percent Problems 1 1 7.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 7.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 7.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 7.2.7 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 5 7.2.11 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 6 7.2.13 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 7 7.2.15 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 8 7.2.17 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 9 7.2.19 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 10 7.2.23 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 11 7.2.25 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 12 7.2.27 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 13 7.2.31 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 14 7.2.33 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 15 7.2.35 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 16 7.2.37 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 7.2.41 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 19 7.2.45 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 20 7.2.51 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 21 7.2.53 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 22 7.2.57 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 17 7.2.39 18 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:23am View Question Details Unit 11 Assignment name Mod 5 HW 3 Chapter coverage 7 Displays with chapters 7 Total points 22 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 7.3 Using Proportions to Solve Percent Problems 7.3: Using Proportions to Solve Percent Problems 1 Section 7.3 Using Proportions to Solve Percent Problems 7.3: Using Proportions to Solve Percent Problems 1 From Percents to Proportions 7.3: Using Proportions to Solve Percent Problems 1 Translating Percent Sentences to Proportions 7.3: Using Proportions to Solve Percent Problems 1 1 7.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 7.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 7.3.5 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 4 7.3.7 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 5 7.3.9 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 6 7.3.11 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 7 7.3.13 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 8 7.3.15 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 9 7.3.17 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 10 7.3.19 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 11 7.3.21 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 12 7.3.25 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 13 7.3.29 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 14 7.3.31 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 15 7.3.35 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 16 7.3.37 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 17 7.3.43 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 18 7.3.45 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:24am View Question Details Unit 11 Assignment name Mod 5 HW 4 Chapter coverage 7 Displays with chapters 7 Total points 26 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 7.4 Applications: Sales Tax, Discounts, and Net Pay 7.4: Applications: Sales Tax, Discounts, and Net Pay 1 Section 7.4 Applications: Sales Tax, Discounts, and Net Pay 7.4: Applications: Sales Tax, Discounts, and Net Pay 1 1 7.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 7.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 7.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 7.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 7.4.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 7.4.11 Solve percent applications involving a missing part. No 1 7 7.4.13 Solve percent applications involving a missing part. No 1 8 7.4.15 Solve percent applications involving a missing part. No 1 9 7.4.17 Solve percent applications involving a missing whole. No 1 10 7.4.19 Solve percent applications involving a missing whole. No 1 11 7.4.21 Solve percent applications involving a missing whole. No 1 12 7.4.23 Solve percent applications involving a missing percent. No 1 13 7.4.27 Solve percent applications involving a missing percent. No 1 14 7.4.29 Solve percent applications involving sales tax and total price. No 1 15 7.4.31 Solve percent applications involving sales tax and total price. No 1 16 7.4.35 Solve percent applications involving sales tax and total price. No 1 17 7.4.39 Solve percent applications involving discounts and sale price. No 1 18 7.4.43 Solve percent applications involving discounts and sale price. No 1 19 7.4.45 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 20 7.4.49 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 7.4.57 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 23 7.4.59 Solve percent applications involving percent increase and percent decrease. No 1 24 7.4.63 Solve percent applications involving percent increase and percent decrease. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 21 7.4.53 22 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:24am View Question Details Unit 11 Assignment name Mod 5 HW 5 Chapter coverage 7 Displays with chapters 7 Total points 19 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 7.5 Applications: Simple and Compound Interest 7.5: Applications: Simple and Compound Interest 1 Section 7.5 Applications: Simple and Compound Interest 7.5: Applications: Simple and Compound Interest 1 1 7.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 7.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 7.5.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 7.5.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 7.5.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 7.5.11 Find simple interest. No 1 7 7.5.13 Find simple interest. No 1 8 7.5.17 Find simple interest. No 1 9 7.5.21 Find simple interest. No 1 10 7.5.23 Find total values of investments for simple interest problems. No 1 11 7.5.27 Find total values of investments for simple interest problems. No 1 12 7.5.31 Find unknown values in simple interest problems. No 1 13 7.5.33 Find unknown values in simple interest problems. No 1 14 7.5.35 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. No 1 15 7.5.37 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. No 1 16 7.5.39 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. No 1 17 7.5.41 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:25am View Question Details 1 of 2 Legend Unit 12 Assignment name Mod 5 Written HW Chapter coverage 7 Displays with chapters 7 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Write fractions or mixed numbers as percents. No 1 7.1.61 Write decimals as percents. No 1 3 7.2.37 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 4 7.2.41 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 5 7.3.29 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 6 7.3.37 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 7 7.4.17 Solve percent applications involving a missing whole. No 1 8 7.4.45 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 9 7.5.17 Find simple interest. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 7.1.47 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question 2 of 2 # Question ID Objective 10 7.5.37 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points No 1 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:25am View Question Details 1 of 6 Legend Unit 56 Assignment name Mod 5 Post-test Chapter coverage 7 Displays with chapters 5 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Write percents as fractions or mixed numbers in simplest form. No 1 7.1.13 Write percents as fractions or mixed numbers in simplest form. No 1 1 7.1.17 Write percents as fractions or mixed numbers in simplest form. No 1 2 7.1.29 Write percents as decimals. No 1 2 7.1.31 Write percents as decimals. No 1 2 7.1.35 Write percents as decimals. No 1 3 7.1.37 Write percents as decimals. No 1 3 7.1.39 Write percents as decimals. No 1 4 7.1.41 Write fractions or mixed numbers as percents. No 1 4 7.1.47 Write fractions or mixed numbers as percents. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 7.1.9 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 6 Student to show work # Points Write decimals as percents. No 1 7.1.59 Write decimals as percents. No 1 5 7.1.61 Write decimals as percents. No 1 5 7.1.65 Write decimals as percents. No 1 5 7.1.67 Write decimals as percents. No 1 6 7.1.77 Solve applications. No 1 6 7.1.79 Solve applications. No 1 6 7.1.83 Solve applications. No 1 7 7.2.7 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 7 7.2.11 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 7 7.2.13 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 7 7.2.15 Write percent statements in basic percent statement form. No 1 8 7.2.17 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 8 7.2.19 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 8 7.2.27 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent No 1 # Question ID Objective 5 7.1.57 5 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points equations. 3 of 6 8 7.2.35 Translate percent statements and percent problems to basic percent equations. No 1 9 7.2.37 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 9 7.2.41 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 9 7.2.45 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 9 7.2.53 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 9 7.2.57 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 10 7.3.15 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 10 7.3.17 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 11 7.3.19 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 11 7.3.21 Translate percent statements to proportions. No 1 12 7.3.25 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 12 7.3.31 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 4 of 6 Student to show work # Points Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 7.3.43 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 13 7.3.45 Find unknown values in percent problems. No 1 14 7.4.11 Solve percent applications involving a missing part. No 1 14 7.4.13 Solve percent applications involving a missing part. No 1 14 7.4.15 Solve percent applications involving a missing part. No 1 15 7.4.17 Solve percent applications involving a missing whole. No 1 15 7.4.19 Solve percent applications involving a missing whole. No 1 15 7.4.21 Solve percent applications involving a missing whole. No 1 16 7.4.23 Solve percent applications involving a missing percent. No 1 16 7.4.27 Solve percent applications involving a missing percent. No 1 17 7.4.31 Solve percent applications involving sales tax and total price. No 1 # Question ID Objective 13 7.3.37 13 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve percent applications involving sales tax and total price. No 1 7.4.39 Solve percent applications involving discounts and sale price. No 1 18 7.4.43 Solve percent applications involving discounts and sale price. No 1 19 7.4.45 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 19 7.4.49 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 20 7.4.53 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 20 7.4.57 Solve percent applications involving commission and net pay. No 1 21 7.5.11 Find simple interest. No 1 21 7.5.13 Find simple interest. No 1 22 7.5.17 Find simple interest. No 1 22 7.5.21 Find simple interest. No 1 23 7.5.23 Find total values of investments for simple interest problems. No 1 23 7.5.27 Find total values of investments for simple interest problems. No 1 # Question ID Objective 17 7.4.35 18 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 6 of 6 Student to show work # Points Find unknown values in simple interest problems. No 1 7.5.33 Find unknown values in simple interest problems. No 1 25 7.5.37 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. No 1 25 7.5.39 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. No 1 25 7.5.41 Find total values of investments for compound interest problems. No 1 # Question ID Objective 24 7.5.31 24 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:28am View Question Details Unit 13 Assignment name Mod 6 HW 1 Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Total points 24 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 10.1 Introduction to Graphing 10.1: Introduction to Graphing 1 Section 10.1 Introduction to Graphing 10.1: Introduction to Graphing 1 Plotting Ordered Pairs 10.1: Introduction to Graphing 1 1 10.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 10.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 10.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 10.1.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 10.1.9 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 6 10.1.11 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 7 10.1.15 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 8 10.1.17 Identify the quadrant in which a point lies. No 1 9 10.1.19 Identify the quadrant in which a point lies. No 1 10 10.1.21 Identify the quadrant in which a point lies. No 1 11 10.1.23 Identify the quadrant in which a point lies. No 1 12 10.1.25 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 13 10.1.27 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 14 10.1.29 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 15 10.1.35 Plot a line graph. No 1 16 10.1.39 Plot a line graph. No 1 17 10.1.44 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 18 10.1.45 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 19 10.1.47 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 20 10.1.48 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 21 10.1.49 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:28am View Question Details Unit 13 Assignment name Mod 6 HW 2 Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Total points 27 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 10.2 Linear Equations in Two Variables 10.2: Linear Equations in Two Variables 1 Section 10.2 Linear Equations in Two Variables 10.2: Linear Equations in Two Variables 1 Graphing Linear Equations 10.2: Linear Equations in Two Variables 1 1 10.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 10.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 10.2.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 10.2.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 10.2.13 Determine if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation. No 1 6 10.2.15 Determine if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation. No 1 7 10.2.17 Determine if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation. No 1 8 10.2.21 Construct a table of solutions for an equation. No 1 9 10.2.23 Construct a table of solutions for an equation. No 1 10 10.2.30 Construct a table of solutions for an equation. No 1 11 10.2.37 Construct a table of solutions for an equation. No 1 12 10.2.40 Graph an equation. No 1 13 10.2.41 Graph an equation. No 1 14 10.2.43 Graph an equation. No 1 15 10.2.45 Graph an equation. No 1 16 10.2.52 Graph an equation. No 1 17 10.2.53 Graph an equation. No 1 18 10.2.57 Graph an equation. No 1 19 10.2.59 Graph an equation. No 1 20 10.2.61 Graph an equation. No 1 21 10.2.67 Graph an equation. No 1 22 10.2.69 Graph an equation. No 1 23 10.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 24 10.2.75 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:28am View Question Details Unit 13 Assignment name Mod 6 HW 3 Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Total points 27 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 10.3 More Graphing of Lines 10.3: More Graphing of Lines 1 Section 10.3 More Graphing of Lines 10.3: More Graphing of Lines 1 1 10.3.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 10.3.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 10.3.9 Find intercepts from a graph or table. No 1 4 10.3.11 Find intercepts from a graph or table. No 1 5 10.3.13 Find intercepts from a graph or table. No 1 6 10.3.18 Find intercepts from a graph or table. No 1 7 10.3.21 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 8 10.3.23 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 9 10.3.27 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 10 10.3.29 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 11 10.3.33 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 12 10.3.41 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 13 10.3.45 Graph a horizontal or vertical line. No 1 14 10.3.49 Graph a horizontal or vertical line. No 1 15 10.3.51 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 16 10.3.53 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 17 10.3.55 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 18 10.3.57 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 19 10.3.59 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 20 10.3.61 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 21 10.3.73 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 10.3.75 Solve applications. No 1 24 10.3.77 Solve applications. No 1 25 10.3.79 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 22 10.3.74 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:29am View Question Details Unit 13 Assignment name Mod 6 HW 4 Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Total points 35 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 10.4 Slope and Rates of Change 10.4: Slope and Rates of Change 1 Section 10.4 Slope and Rates of Change 10.4: Slope and Rates of Change 1 1 10.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 10.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 10.4.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 10.4.11 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 5 10.4.13 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 6 10.4.17 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 7 10.4.19 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 8 10.4.21 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 9 10.4.23 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 10 10.4.25 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 11 10.4.26 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 12 10.4.27 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 13 10.4.29 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 14 10.4.31 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 15 10.4.35 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.37 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 17 10.4.39 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 18 10.4.42 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 19 10.4.43 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 20 10.4.45 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 21 10.4.49 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 22 10.4.55 Sketch a line having a given slope and passing through a given point. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Sketch a line having a given slope and passing through a given point. No 1 10.4.61 Sketch a line having a given slope and passing through a given point. No 1 25 10.4.63 Complete the table of points for a line. No 1 26 10.4.67 Complete the table of points for a line. No 1 27 10.4.69 Complete the table of points for a line. No 1 28 10.4.75 Use the slope of a line to model the rate of change in given quantities. No 1 29 10.4.79 Use the slope of a line to model the rate of change in given quantities. No 1 30 10.4.81 Use the slope of a line to model the rate of change in given quantities. No 1 31 10.4.85 Solve applications. No 1 32 10.4.87 Solve applications. No 1 33 10.4.88 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 23 10.4.57 24 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:29am View Question Details Unit 13 Assignment name Mod 6 HW 5 Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Total points 32 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 10.5 Slope-Intercept Form 10.5: Slope-Intercept Form 1 Section 10.5 Slope-Intercept Form 10.5: Slope-Intercept Form 1 1 10.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 10.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 10.5.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 10.5.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 10.5.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 10.5.11 Match a graph with its description. No 1 7 10.5.15 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 8 10.5.17 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 9 10.5.21 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 10 10.5.23 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 11 10.5.27 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 12 10.5.29 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 13 10.5.33 Rewrite an equation of a line in slope-intercept form. No 1 14 10.5.35 Rewrite an equation of a line in slope-intercept form. No 1 15 10.5.37 Rewrite an equation of a line in slope-intercept form. No 1 16 10.5.39 Rewrite an equation of a line in slope-intercept form. No 1 17 10.5.45 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 18 10.5.47 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 19 10.5.48 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 20 10.5.51 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 10.5.57 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 23 10.5.59 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 24 10.5.65 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 25 10.5.67 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 26 10.5.70 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 27 10.5.71 Solve applications. No 1 28 10.5.72 Solve applications. No 1 29 10.5.74 Solve applications. No 1 30 10.5.75 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 21 10.5.55 22 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:30am View Question Details Unit 13 Assignment name Mod 6 HW 6 Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Total points 25 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 10.6 Point-Slope Form 10.6: Point-Slope Form 1 Section 10.6 Point-Slope Form 10.6: Point-Slope Form 1 1 10.6.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 10.6.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 10.6.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 10.6.10 Determine if a point lies on a line. No 1 5 10.6.11 Determine if a point lies on a line. No 1 6 10.6.13 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 7 10.6.15 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 8 10.6.17 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 9 10.6.19 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 10 10.6.20 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 11 10.6.27 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 12 10.6.31 Write a given point-slope form in slope-intercept form. No 1 13 10.6.34 Write a given point-slope form in slope-intercept form. No 1 14 10.6.39 Write a given point-slope form in slope-intercept form. No 1 15 10.6.43 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 16 10.6.44 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 17 10.6.45 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 18 10.6.47 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 10.6.51 Use given information to write the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 21 10.6.63 Solve applications. No 1 22 10.6.65 Solve applications. No 1 23 10.6.71 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 19 10.6.49 20 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:30am View Question Details 1 of 2 Legend Unit 14 Assignment name Mod 6 Written HW Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 10.2.42 Graph an equation. No 1 3 10.2.57 Graph an equation. No 1 4 10.3.21 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 5 10.3.51 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 6 10.4.39 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 7 10.4.57 Sketch a line having a given slope and passing through a given point. No 1 8 10.5.41 Rewrite an equation of a line in slopeintercept form. No 1 9 10.5.61 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 10.1.9 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points No 1 a line. 10 2 of 2 10.6.19 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:30am View Question Details 1 of 9 Legend Unit 57 Assignment name Mod 6 Post-test Chapter coverage 10 Displays with chapters 10 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Identify the quadrant in which a point lies. No 1 10.1.19 Identify the quadrant in which a point lies. No 1 1 10.1.21 Identify the quadrant in which a point lies. No 1 2 10.1.25 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 2 10.1.27 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 2 10.1.29 Plot points on a graph and identify their coordinates. No 1 3 10.1.35 Plot a line graph. No 1 3 10.1.39 Plot a line graph. No 1 4 10.1.44 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 10.1.17 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 9 Student to show work # Points Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 10.1.47 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 4 10.1.48 Solve applications involving graphing. No 1 5 10.2.13 Determine if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation. No 1 5 10.2.15 Determine if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation. No 1 5 10.2.17 Determine if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation. No 1 6 10.2.21 Construct a table of solutions for an equation. No 1 6 10.2.23 Construct a table of solutions for an equation. No 1 7 10.2.41 Graph an equation. No 1 7 10.2.42 Graph an equation. No 1 8 10.2.53 Graph an equation. No 1 8 10.2.57 Graph an equation. No 1 8 10.2.59 Graph an equation. No 1 8 10.2.61 Graph an equation. No 1 8 10.2.67 Graph an equation. No 1 8 10.2.69 Graph an equation. No 1 9 10.3.9 Find intercepts from a graph or table. No 1 # Question ID Objective 4 10.1.45 4 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 9 Student to show work # Points Find intercepts from a graph or table. No 1 10.3.15 Find intercepts from a graph or table. No 1 10 10.3.31 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 10 10.3.33 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 10 10.3.35 Find intercepts from an equation. No 1 11 10.3.51 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 11 10.3.53 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 11 10.3.55 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 11 10.3.57 Identify a horizontal or vertical line from a graph or a table. No 1 12 10.3.59 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 12 10.3.61 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 12 10.3.65 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 # Question ID Objective 9 10.3.13 9 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 9 Student to show work # Points Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 10.3.69 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 13 10.3.71 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 13 10.3.73 Find the equation of a horizontal or vertical line passing through a point. No 1 14 10.4.11 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 14 10.4.13 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 14 10.4.17 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 14 10.4.19 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 14 10.4.21 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 14 10.4.23 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 14 10.4.25 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 15 10.4.26 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 15 10.4.27 Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 # Question ID Objective 12 10.3.67 13 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 9 Student to show work # Points Use a graph to determine the slope of a line. No 1 10.4.31 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.35 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.37 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.39 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.42 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.43 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.45 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 16 10.4.49 Use two points to determine the slope of a line. No 1 17 10.4.55 Sketch a line having a given slope and passing through a given point. No 1 17 10.4.57 Sketch a line having a given slope and passing through a given point. No 1 17 10.4.61 Sketch a line having a given slope and passing through a given point. No 1 18 10.5.15 Use given information to write the slope- No 1 # Question ID Objective 15 10.4.29 16 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points intercept form of the equation of a line. 6 of 9 18 10.5.17 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 18 10.5.19 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 18 10.5.21 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 19 10.5.33 Rewrite an equation of a line in slopeintercept form. No 1 19 10.5.35 Rewrite an equation of a line in slopeintercept form. No 1 19 10.5.37 Rewrite an equation of a line in slopeintercept form. No 1 19 10.5.39 Rewrite an equation of a line in slopeintercept form. No 1 19 10.5.41 Rewrite an equation of a line in slopeintercept form. No 1 20 10.5.45 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 20 10.5.47 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 7 of 9 Student to show work # Points Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 10.5.51 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 20 10.5.55 Graph an equation written in slope-intercept form. No 1 21 10.5.61 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 21 10.5.65 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 21 10.5.67 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 21 10.5.70 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 22 10.6.15 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 22 10.6.17 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 # Question ID Objective 20 10.5.48 20 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 8 of 9 Student to show work # Points Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 10.6.20 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 23 10.6.22 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 23 10.6.25 Use given information to write the point-slope form of the equation of a line. No 1 24 10.6.44 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 24 10.6.47 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 24 10.6.49 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 24 10.6.51 Use given information to write the slopeintercept form of the equation of a line. No 1 25 10.6.45 Use given information to write the slope- No 1 # Question ID Objective 23 10.6.19 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective intercept form of the equation of a line. 9 of 9 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:33am View Question Details Unit 17 Assignment name Mod 7 HW 1 Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Total points 27 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 12.1 Rules of Exponents 12.1: Rules for Exponents 1 Section 12.1 Rules of Exponents 12.1: Rules for Exponents 1 Power Rules for Exponents 12.1: Rules for Exponents 1 1 12.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 12.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 12.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 12.1.7 Evaluate expressions. No 1 5 12.1.11 Evaluate expressions. No 1 6 12.1.13 Evaluate expressions. No 1 7 12.1.21 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 8 12.1.23 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 9 12.1.25 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 10 12.1.27 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 11 12.1.33 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 12 12.1.35 Simplify expressions. No 1 13 12.1.36 Simplify expressions. No 1 14 12.1.37 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 15 12.1.42 Simplify expressions. No 1 16 12.1.47 Simplify expressions. No 1 17 12.1.53 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 18 12.1.59 Simplify expressions. No 1 19 12.1.65 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 20 12.1.67 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 21 12.1.69 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 22 12.1.71 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 23 12.1.81 Solve applications. No 1 24 12.1.83 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:33am View Question Details Unit 17 Assignment name Mod 7 HW 2 Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Total points 27 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 12.2 Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 12.2: Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 1 Section 12.2 Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 12.2: Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 1 1 12.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 12.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 12.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 12.2.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 12.2.11 Identify the degree and coefficient of monomials. No 1 6 12.2.19 State the number of terms and variables in polynomials. No 1 7 12.2.21 State the number of terms and variables in polynomials. No 1 8 12.2.23 State the number of terms and variables in polynomials. No 1 9 12.2.25 State the number of terms and variables in polynomials. No 1 10 12.2.29 State whether pairs of expressions are like terms. No 1 11 12.2.31 State whether pairs of expressions are like terms. No 1 12 12.2.33 State whether pairs of expressions are like terms. No 1 13 12.2.37 Add polynomials. No 1 14 12.2.39 Add polynomials. No 1 15 12.2.41 Add polynomials. No 1 16 12.2.43 Add polynomials. No 1 17 12.2.47 Add polynomials. No 1 18 12.2.49 Add polynomials. No 1 19 12.2.51 Write the opposite of a polynomial. No 1 20 12.2.53 Write the opposite of a polynomial. No 1 21 12.2.57 Subtract polynomials. No 1 22 12.2.59 Subtract polynomials. No 1 23 12.2.69 Subtract polynomials. No 1 24 12.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 25 12.2.76 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:34am View Question Details Unit 17 Assignment name Mod 7 HW 3 Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Total points 30 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 12.3 Multiplication of Polynomials 12.3: Multiplication of Polynomials 1 Section 12.3 Multiplication of Polynomials 12.3: Multiplication of Polynomials 1 Mulitplying Monomials 12.3: Multiplication of Polynomials 1 Multiplying Polynomials 12.3: Multiplication of Polynomials 1 1 12.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 12.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 12.3.5 Multiply monomials. No 1 4 12.3.7 Multiply monomials. No 1 5 12.3.9 Multiply monomials. No 1 6 12.3.13 Multiply monomials. No 1 7 12.3.15 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 8 12.3.17 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 9 12.3.21 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 10 12.3.23 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 11 12.3.27 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 12 12.3.29 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 13 12.3.31 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 14 12.3.39 Multiply polynomials. No 1 15 12.3.41 Multiply polynomials. No 1 16 12.3.43 Multiply polynomials. No 1 17 12.3.45 Multiply polynomials. No 1 18 12.3.47 Multiply polynomials. No 1 19 12.3.49 Multiply polynomials. No 1 20 12.3.51 Multiply polynomials. No 1 21 12.3.53 Multiply polynomials. No 1 22 12.3.59 Multiply polynomials. No 1 23 12.3.63 Multiply polynomials. No 1 24 12.3.67 Multiply polynomials. No 1 25 12.3.71 Multiply polynomials. No 1 26 12.3.81 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:34am View Question Details Unit 17 Assignment name Mod 7 HW 4 Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Total points 21 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 12.4 Special Products 12.4: Special Products 1 Section 12.4 Special Products 12.4: Special Products 1 Squaring a Binomial 12.4: Special Products 1 1 12.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 12.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 12.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 12.4.7 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 5 12.4.9 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 6 12.4.11 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 7 12.4.27 Square binomials. No 1 8 12.4.29 Square binomials. No 1 9 12.4.31 Square binomials. No 1 10 12.4.41 Cube binomials. No 1 11 12.4.43 Cube binomials. No 1 12 12.4.45 Cube binomials. No 1 13 12.4.51 Multiply, using any appropriate method. No 1 14 12.4.53 Multiply, using any appropriate method. No 1 15 12.4.55 Multiply, using any appropriate method. No 1 16 12.4.59 Multiply, using any appropriate method. No 1 17 12.4.63 Multiply, using any appropriate method. No 1 18 12.4.69 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:34am View Question Details Unit 17 Assignment name Mod 7 HW 5 Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 12.5 Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule 12.5: Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule 1 Section 12.5 Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule 12.5: Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule 1 Reading Scientific Numbers 12.5: Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule 1 Writing Numbers Scientifically 12.5: Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule 1 1 12.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 12.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 12.5.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 12.5.7 Simplify an expression. No 1 5 12.5.9 Simplify an expression. No 1 6 12.5.14 Simplify an expression. No 1 7 12.5.15 Simplify an expression. No 1 8 12.5.19 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 9 12.5.22 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 10 12.5.27 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 11 12.5.29 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 12 12.5.35 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 13 12.5.47 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 14 12.5.61 Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 15 12.5.63 Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 16 12.5.65 Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 17 12.5.71 Convert from standard form to scientific notation. No 1 18 12.5.75 Convert from standard form to scientific notation. No 1 19 12.5.77 Convert from standard form to scientific notation. No 1 20 12.5.83 Evaluate expressions in scientific notation. No 1 21 12.5.85 Evaluate expressions in scientific notation. No 1 22 12.5.87 Evaluate expressions in scientific notation. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 23 12.5.97 24 12.5.98 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:35am View Question Details Unit 17 Assignment name Mod 7 HW 6 Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Total points 17 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 12.6 Division of Polynomials 12.6: Division of Polynomials 1 Section 12.6 Division of Polynomials 12.6: Division of Polynomials 1 Dividing a Polynomial with a Missing Term 12.6: Division of Polynomials 1 1 12.6.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 12.6.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 12.6.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 12.6.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 12.6.9 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 6 12.6.11 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 7 12.6.13 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 8 12.6.21 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 9 12.6.23 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 10 12.6.25 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 11 12.6.27 Divide polynomials. No 1 12 12.6.29 Divide polynomials. No 1 13 12.6.31 Divide polynomials. No 1 14 12.6.33 Divide polynomials. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:35am View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 18 Assignment name Mod 7 Written HW Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 12.1.35 Simplify expressions. No 1 3 12.2.37 Add polynomials. No 1 4 12.2.59 Subtract polynomials. No 1 5 12.3.23 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 6 12.3.47 Multiply polynomials. No 1 7 12.4.29 Square binomials. No 1 8 12.4.53 Multiply, using any appropriate method. No 1 9 12.5.67 Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 10 12.6.25 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 12.1.27 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:36am View Question Details 1 of 6 Legend Unit 59 Assignment name Mod 7 Post-test Chapter coverage 12 Displays with chapters 12 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 12.1.29 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 2 12.1.31 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 2 12.1.33 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 2 12.1.37 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 2 12.1.67 Use power rules to simplify expressions. No 1 3 12.1.35 Simplify expressions. No 1 3 12.1.36 Simplify expressions. No 1 3 12.1.42 Simplify expressions. No 1 3 12.1.45 Simplify expressions. No 1 4 12.1.69 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 4 12.1.71 Use the product rule to simplify expressions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 12.1.27 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 12.2.21 State the number of terms and variables in polynomials. No 1 7 12.2.21 State the number of terms and variables in polynomials. No 1 8 12.2.29 State whether pairs of expressions are like terms. No 1 8 12.2.31 State whether pairs of expressions are like terms. No 1 8 12.2.33 State whether pairs of expressions are like terms. No 1 9 12.2.39 Add polynomials. No 1 9 12.2.41 Add polynomials. No 1 9 12.2.43 Add polynomials. No 1 9 12.2.47 Add polynomials. No 1 9 12.2.49 Add polynomials. No 1 10 12.2.59 Subtract polynomials. No 1 10 12.2.66 Subtract polynomials. No 1 11 12.3.7 Multiply monomials. No 1 11 12.3.9 Multiply monomials. No 1 11 12.3.11 Multiply monomials. No 1 11 12.3.13 Multiply monomials. No 1 12 12.3.23 Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 # Question ID Objective 5 12.1.83 6 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 6 Student to show work # Points Multiply a monomial and a polynomial. No 1 12.3.43 Multiply polynomials. No 1 13 12.3.45 Multiply polynomials. No 1 13 12.3.47 Multiply polynomials. No 1 13 12.3.49 Multiply polynomials. No 1 13 12.3.51 Multiply polynomials. No 1 14 12.3.63 Multiply polynomials. No 1 14 12.3.67 Multiply polynomials. No 1 15 12.4.7 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 15 12.4.9 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 15 12.4.11 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 15 12.4.13 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 15 12.4.15 Find products of sums and differences. No 1 16 12.4.29 Square binomials. No 1 16 12.4.31 Square binomials. No 1 17 12.4.41 Cube binomials. No 1 17 12.4.45 Cube binomials. No 1 17 12.4.47 Cube binomials. No 1 18 12.4.69 Solve applications. No 1 18 12.4.71 Solve applications. No 1 19 12.5.19 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 # Question ID Objective 12 12.3.29 13 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 6 Student to show work # Points Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 12.5.22 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 19 12.5.23 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 19 12.5.25 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 19 12.5.27 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 20 12.5.29 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 20 12.5.31 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 20 12.5.33 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 20 12.5.47 Simplify an expression and write using positive exponents. No 1 21 12.5.61 Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 21 12.5.63 Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 # Question ID Objective 19 12.5.21 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 6 Student to show work # Points Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 12.5.67 Convert from scientific notation to standard from. No 1 22 12.5.71 Convert from standard form to scientific notation. No 1 22 12.5.75 Convert from standard form to scientific notation. No 1 22 12.5.77 Convert from standard form to scientific notation. No 1 22 12.5.79 Convert from standard form to scientific notation. No 1 23 12.5.83 Evaluate expressions in scientific notation. No 1 23 12.5.85 Evaluate expressions in scientific notation. No 1 23 12.5.87 Evaluate expressions in scientific notation. No 1 24 12.6.13 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 24 12.6.21 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 24 12.6.25 Divide a polynomial by a monomial. No 1 25 12.6.27 Divide polynomials. No 1 25 12.6.29 Divide polynomials. No 1 25 12.6.31 Divide polynomials. No 1 # Question ID Objective 21 12.5.65 21 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 6 of 6 # Question ID Objective 25 12.6.33 Divide polynomials. Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:39am View Question Details Unit 15 Assignment name Mod 8 HW 1 Chapter coverage 11 Displays with chapters 11 Total points 24 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 11.1 Solving Systems of Linear Equations Graphically and Numerically 11.1: Solving Systems of Linear Equations Graphically and Numerically 1 Section 11.1 Solving Systems of Linear Equations Graphically and Numerically 11.1: Solving Systems of Linear Equations Graphically and Numerically 1 1 11.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 11.1.11 Determine the x-value graphically. No 1 3 11.1.15 Determine the x-value graphically. No 1 4 11.1.19 Use a graph to describe a system of equations. No 1 5 11.1.21 Use a graph to describe a system of equations. No 1 6 11.1.23 Use a graph to describe a system of equations. No 1 7 11.1.25 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 8 11.1.26 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 9 11.1.30 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 10 11.1.31 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 11 11.1.33 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 12 11.1.45 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 13 11.1.49 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 14 11.1.51 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 15 11.1.54 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 16 11.1.56 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 17 11.1.57 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 18 11.1.60 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 19 11.1.61 Solve applications. No 1 20 11.1.65 Solve applications. No 1 21 11.1.67 Solve applications. No 1 22 11.1.69 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:40am View Question Details Unit 15 Assignment name Mod 8 HW 2 Chapter coverage 11 Displays with chapters 11 Total points 21 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 11.2 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution 11.2: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution 1 Section 11.2 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution 11.2: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution 1 Solving a System of Linear Equations by Substitution 11.2: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution 1 1 11.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 11.2.5 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 3 11.2.6 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 4 11.2.11 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 5 11.2.14 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 6 11.2.17 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 7 11.2.19 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 8 11.2.25 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 9 11.2.35 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 10 11.2.41 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 11 11.2.43 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 12 11.2.45 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 13 11.2.47 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 14 11.2.55 Solve applications. No 1 15 11.2.58 Solve applications. No 1 16 11.2.59 Solve applications. No 1 17 11.2.64 Solve applications. No 1 18 11.2.65 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:40am View Question Details Unit 15 Assignment name Mod 8 HW 3 Chapter coverage 11 Displays with chapters 11 Total points 25 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 11.3 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination 11.3: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination 1 Section 11.3 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination 11.3: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination 1 Solving a System of Linear Equations by Elimination 11.3: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination 1 Systems of Equations in Two Variables 11.3: Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination 1 1 11.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 11.3.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 11.3.7 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 4 11.3.15 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 5 11.3.17 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 6 11.3.20 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 7 11.3.21 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 8 11.3.25 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 9 11.3.29 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 10 11.3.33 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 11 11.3.35 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 12 11.3.45 Solve a system of equations symbollically, graphically, and numerically. No 1 13 11.3.47 Determine the number of solutions. No 1 14 11.3.48 Determine the number of solutions. No 1 15 11.3.51 Determine the number of solutions. No 1 16 11.3.57 Solve applications. No 1 17 11.3.59 Solve applications. No 1 18 11.3.61 Solve applications. No 1 19 11.3.63 Solve applications. No 1 20 11.3.64 Solve applications. No 1 21 11.3.65 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:41am View Question Details Unit 15 Assignment name Mod 8 HW 4 Chapter coverage 9 Displays with chapters 9 Total points 32 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 9.3 Linear Inequalities 9.3: Linear Inequalities 1 Section 9.3 Linear Inequalities 9.3: Linear Inequalities 1 How to Solve an Inequality Using Addition and Multiplication Properties of Inequalities 9.3: Linear Inequalities 1 1 9.3.11 Use a number line. No 1 2 9.3.15 Use a number line. No 1 3 9.3.21 Use a number line. No 1 4 9.3.22 Use a number line. No 1 5 9.3.25 Write an inequality in interval notation. No 1 6 9.3.27 Write an inequality in interval notation. No 1 7 9.3.29 Write an inequality in interval notation. No 1 8 9.3.31 Determine whether a value is a solution of a given inequality. No 1 9 9.3.32 Determine whether a value is a solution of a given inequality. No 1 10 9.3.47 Solve an inequality. No 1 11 9.3.49 Solve an inequality. No 1 12 9.3.55 Solve an inequality. No 1 13 9.3.57 Solve an inequality. No 1 14 9.3.64 Solve an inequality. No 1 15 9.3.66 Solve an inequality. No 1 16 9.3.67 Solve an inequality. No 1 17 9.3.69 Solve an inequality. No 1 18 9.3.71 Solve an inequality. No 1 19 9.3.73 Solve an inequality. No 1 20 9.3.75 Solve an inequality. No 1 21 9.3.79 Solve an inequality. No 1 22 9.3.81 Solve an inequality. No 1 23 9.3.95 Translate a statement to an inequality. No 1 24 9.3.97 Translate a statement to an inequality. No 1 25 9.3.101 Translate a statement to an inequality. No 1 26 9.3.103 Solve applications. No 1 27 9.3.105 Solve applications. No 1 28 9.3.111 Solve applications. No 1 29 9.3.115 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:41am View Question Details Unit 15 Assignment name Mod 8 HW 5 Chapter coverage 11 Displays with chapters 11 Total points 30 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 11.4 Systems of Linear Inequalities 11.4: Systems of Linear Inequalities 1 Section 11.4 Systems of Linear Inequalities 11.4: Systems of Linear Inequalities 1 Graphing a Linear Inequality 11.4: Systems of Linear Inequalities 1 Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities 11.4: Systems of Linear Inequalities 1 1 11.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 11.4.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 11.4.15 Determine whether a test point is a solution to an inequality. No 1 4 11.4.19 Determine whether a test point is a solution to an inequality. No 1 5 11.4.25 Write an inequality that describes a given region. No 1 6 11.4.27 Write an inequality that describes a given region. No 1 7 11.4.29 Write an inequality that describes a given region. No 1 8 11.4.33 Graph an inequality. No 1 9 11.4.34 Graph an inequality. No 1 10 11.4.35 Graph an inequality. No 1 11 11.4.36 Graph an inequality. No 1 12 11.4.37 Graph an inequality. No 1 13 11.4.39 Graph an inequality. No 1 14 11.4.41 Graph an inequality. No 1 15 11.4.43 Graph an inequality. No 1 16 11.4.45 Determine whether a test point is a solution to a system of inequalities. No 1 17 11.4.47 Determine whether a test point is a solution to a system of inequalities. No 1 18 11.4.51 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 19 11.4.53 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 20 11.4.55 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 21 11.4.57 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 22 11.4.61 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 23 11.4.62 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 11.4.67 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 11.4.77 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 24 11.4.63 25 26 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:42am View Question Details 1 of 2 Legend Unit 16 Assignment name Mod 8 Written HW Chapter coverage 9, 11 Displays with chapters 11 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 11.1.57 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 3 11.2.14 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 4 11.2.25 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 5 11.3.21 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 6 11.3.33 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 7 9.3.67 Solve an inequality. No 1 8 9.3.75 Solve an inequality. No 1 9 11.4.36 Graph an inequality. No 1 10 11.4.62 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 11.1.26 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question 2 of 2 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:42am View Question Details 1 of 7 Legend Unit 58 Assignment name Mod 8 Post-test Chapter coverage 9, 11 Displays with chapters 11 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Use a number line. No 1 9.3.15 Use a number line. No 1 1 9.3.17 Use a number line. No 1 1 9.3.21 Use a number line. No 1 1 9.3.22 Use a number line. No 1 1 9.3.23 Use a number line. No 1 2 9.3.25 Write an inequality in interval notation. No 1 2 9.3.27 Write an inequality in interval notation. No 1 2 9.3.29 Write an inequality in interval notation. No 1 3 9.3.47 Solve an inequality. No 1 3 9.3.49 Solve an inequality. No 1 3 9.3.51 Solve an inequality. No 1 3 9.3.53 Solve an inequality. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 9.3.11 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 7 Student to show work # Points Solve an inequality. No 1 9.3.57 Solve an inequality. No 1 3 9.3.58 Solve an inequality. No 1 3 9.3.61 Solve an inequality. No 1 4 9.3.73 Solve an inequality. No 1 4 9.3.75 Solve an inequality. No 1 4 9.3.79 Solve an inequality. No 1 4 9.3.81 Solve an inequality. No 1 4 9.3.89 Solve an inequality. No 1 4 9.3.91 Solve an inequality. No 1 5 9.3.95 Translate a statement to an inequality. No 1 5 9.3.97 Translate a statement to an inequality. No 1 5 9.3.101 Translate a statement to an inequality. No 1 6 9.3.105 Solve applications. No 1 6 9.3.111 Solve applications. No 1 6 9.3.115 Solve applications. No 1 7 11.1.11 Determine the x-value graphically. No 1 7 11.1.15 Determine the x-value graphically. No 1 7 11.1.18 Determine the x-value graphically. No 1 8 11.1.19 Use a graph to describe a system of equations. No 1 # Question ID Objective 3 9.3.55 3 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 7 Student to show work # Points Use a graph to describe a system of equations. No 1 11.1.23 Use a graph to describe a system of equations. No 1 9 11.1.25 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 9 11.1.26 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 9 11.1.27 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 9 11.1.29 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 9 11.1.30 Determine whether an ordered pair is a solution to a system of equations. No 1 10 11.1.49 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 10 11.1.51 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 10 11.1.54 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 10 11.1.55 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 # Question ID Objective 8 11.1.21 8 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 7 Student to show work # Points Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 11.1.60 Solve a system of equations graphically or numerically. No 1 11 11.1.61 Solve applications. No 1 11 11.1.65 Solve applications. No 1 11 11.1.71 Solve applications. No 1 12 11.2.9 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 12 11.2.11 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 12 11.2.13 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 12 11.2.14 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 12 11.2.15 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 13 11.2.19 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 13 11.2.23 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 13 11.2.25 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 13 11.2.31 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 14 11.2.40 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 14 11.2.41 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 14 11.2.47 Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 # Question ID Objective 10 11.1.57 10 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 7 Student to show work # Points Solve a system of equations by substitution. No 1 11.2.55 Solve applications. No 1 15 11.2.58 Solve applications. No 1 15 11.2.59 Solve applications. No 1 15 11.2.62 Solve applications. No 1 15 11.2.63 Solve applications. No 1 16 11.2.64 Solve applications. No 1 16 11.2.65 Solve applications. No 1 16 11.2.67 Solve applications. No 1 16 11.2.68 Solve applications. No 1 17 11.3.15 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 17 11.3.17 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 17 11.3.20 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 17 11.3.21 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 18 11.3.29 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 18 11.3.30 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 18 11.3.33 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 18 11.3.35 Solve a system of equations by elimination. No 1 19 11.3.47 Determine the number of solutions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 14 11.2.50 15 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 6 of 7 Student to show work # Points Determine the number of solutions. No 1 11.3.51 Determine the number of solutions. No 1 19 11.3.52 Determine the number of solutions. No 1 19 11.3.55 Determine the number of solutions. No 1 20 11.3.57 Solve applications. No 1 20 11.3.59 Solve applications. No 1 20 11.3.61 Solve applications. No 1 20 11.3.62 Solve applications. No 1 21 11.3.63 Solve applications. No 1 21 11.3.64 Solve applications. No 1 21 11.3.65 Solve applications. No 1 21 11.3.66 Solve applications. No 1 22 11.4.25 Write an inequality that describes a given region. No 1 22 11.4.27 Write an inequality that describes a given region. No 1 22 11.4.29 Write an inequality that describes a given region. No 1 23 11.4.33 Graph an inequality. No 1 23 11.4.34 Graph an inequality. No 1 23 11.4.35 Graph an inequality. No 1 23 11.4.36 Graph an inequality. No 1 # Question ID Objective 19 11.3.48 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 7 of 7 Student to show work # Points Graph an inequality. No 1 11.4.41 Graph an inequality. No 1 24 11.4.43 Graph an inequality. No 1 25 11.4.57 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 25 11.4.59 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 25 11.4.61 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 25 11.4.62 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 25 11.4.63 Shade the solution set of a system of inequalities. No 1 # Question ID Objective 24 11.4.39 24 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:47am View Question Details Unit 19 Assignment name Mod 9 HW 1 Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Total points 25 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 13.1 Introduction to Factoring 13.1: Introduction to Factoring 1 Section 13.1 Introduction to Factoring 13.1: Introduction to Factoring 1 Factoring Out a Common Factor 13.1: Introduction to Factoring 1 1 13.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 13.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 13.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 13.1.25 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 5 13.1.27 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 6 13.1.29 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 7 13.1.31 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 8 13.1.35 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 9 13.1.37 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 10 13.1.38 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 11 13.1.41 Complete a factorization by grouping. No 1 12 13.1.45 Complete a factorization by grouping. No 1 13 13.1.47 Factor by grouping. No 1 14 13.1.52 Factor by grouping. No 1 15 13.1.55 Factor by grouping. No 1 16 13.1.57 Factor by grouping. No 1 17 13.1.61 Factor by grouping. No 1 18 13.1.63 Factor by grouping. No 1 19 13.1.67 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 20 13.1.73 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 21 13.1.81 Solve applications. No 1 22 13.1.87 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:49am View Question Details Legend Unit 19 Assignment name Mod 9 HW 2 Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Total points 28 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work 1 of 1 # Points Section 13.2 Factoring Trinomials I (x + bx + c) 13.2: Factoring Trinomials I (x^2+bx+c) 1 Section 13.2 Factoring Trinomials I (x2 + bx + c) 13.2: Factoring Trinomials I (x^2+bx+c) 1 Factoring a Trinomial with a Common Factor 13.2: Factoring Trinomials I (x^2+bx+c) 1 2 1 13.2.5 Find an integer pair with the given product and sum. No 1 2 13.2.7 Find an integer pair with the given product and sum. No 1 3 13.2.11 Find an integer pair with the given product and sum. No 1 4 13.2.13 Factor trinomials. No 1 5 13.2.15 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.2.17 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.2.19 Factor trinomials. No 1 8 13.2.21 Factor trinomials. No 1 9 13.2.23 Factor trinomials. No 1 10 13.2.25 Factor trinomials. No 1 11 13.2.29 Factor trinomials. No 1 12 13.2.33 Factor trinomials. No 1 13 13.2.35 Factor trinomials. No 1 14 13.2.39 Factor trinomials. No 1 15 13.2.41 Factor trinomials. No 1 16 13.2.45 Factor trinomials. No 1 17 13.2.55 Factor trinomials. No 1 18 13.2.59 Factor trinomials. No 1 19 13.2.63 Factor trinomials. No 1 20 13.2.67 Factor trinomials. No 1 21 13.2.71 Factor trinomials. No 1 22 13.2.77 Factor trinomials. No 1 23 13.2.79 Factor trinomials. No 1 24 13.2.87 Solve applications. No 1 25 13.2.91 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:49am View Question Details Legend Unit 19 Assignment name Mod 9 HW 3 Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Total points 21 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work 1 1 of 1 # Points Section 13.3 Factoring Trinomials II (ax + bx + c) 13.3: Factoring Trinomials II (ax^2+bx+c) 1 Section 13.3 Factoring Trinomials II (ax2 + bx + c) 13.3: Factoring Trinomials II (ax^2+bx+c) 1 2 13.3.3 Choose signs when factoring ax^2+bx+c. No 1 2 13.3.15 Factor trinomials. No 1 3 13.3.17 Factor trinomials. No 1 4 13.3.19 Factor trinomials. No 1 5 13.3.21 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.3.23 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.3.25 Factor trinomials. No 1 8 13.3.29 Factor trinomials. No 1 9 13.3.37 Factor trinomials. No 1 10 13.3.39 Factor trinomials. No 1 11 13.3.41 Factor trinomials. No 1 12 13.3.58 Factor trinomials. No 1 13 13.3.61 Factor trinomials. No 1 14 13.3.67 Factor trinomials. No 1 15 13.3.69 Factor trinomials. No 1 16 13.3.71 Factor trinomials. No 1 17 13.3.75 Factor trinomials. No 1 18 13.3.77 Solve applications. No 1 19 13.3.79 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:49am View Question Details Unit 19 Assignment name Mod 9 HW 4 Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Total points 24 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 13.4 Special Types of Factoring 13.4: Special Types of Factoring 1 Section 13.4 Special Types of Factoring 13.4: Special Types of Factoring 1 Factoring a Difference of Squares 13.4: Special Types of Factoring 1 1 13.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 13.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 13.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 13.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 13.4.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 13.4.11 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 7 13.4.13 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 8 13.4.15 Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 9 13.4.17 Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 10 13.4.21 Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 11 13.4.25 Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 12 13.4.33 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 13 13.4.37 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 14 13.4.47 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 15 13.4.55 Factor sums or differences of two cubes. No 1 16 13.4.57 Factor sums or differences of two cubes. No 1 17 13.4.59 Factor sums or differences of two cubes. No 1 18 13.4.64 Factor sums or differences of two cubes. No 1 19 13.4.69 Factor using any method. No 1 20 13.4.73 Factor using any method. No 1 21 13.4.77 Factor using any method. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:50am View Question Details Unit 19 Assignment name Mod 9 HW 5 Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Total points 18 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 13.5 Summary of Factoring 13.5: Summary of Factoring 1 Section 13.5 Summary of Factoring 13.5: Summary of Factoring 1 Factoring a Trinomial with a Common Factor 13.5: Summary of Factoring 1 1 13.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 13.5.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 13.5.9 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 4 13.5.13 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 5 13.5.15 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 6 13.5.17 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 7 13.5.19 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 8 13.5.23 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 9 13.5.25 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 10 13.5.33 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 11 13.5.35 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 12 13.5.47 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 13 13.5.53 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 14 13.5.58 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 15 13.5.61 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:50am View Question Details Unit 19 Assignment name Mod 9 HW 6 Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Total points 27 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 13.6 Solving Equations by Factoring I (Quadratics) 13.6: Solving Equations by Factoring I (Quadratics) 1 Section 13.6 Solving Equations by Factoring I (Quadratics) 13.6: Solving Equations by Factoring I (Quadratics) 1 Solving Polynomial Equations 13.6: Solving Equations by Factoring I (Quadratics) 1 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring 13.6: Solving Equations by Factoring I (Quadratics) 1 1 13.6.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 13.6.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 13.6.15 Use the zero-product property to solve factored equations. No 1 4 13.6.17 Use the zero-product property to solve factored equations. No 1 5 13.6.20 Use the zero-product property to solve factored equations. No 1 6 13.6.23 Use the zero-product property to solve factored equations. No 1 7 13.6.25 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 8 13.6.27 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 9 13.6.28 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 10 13.6.31 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 11 13.6.33 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 12 13.6.35 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 13 13.6.37 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 14 13.6.39 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 15 13.6.43 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 16 13.6.45 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 17 13.6.49 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 18 13.6.53 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 19 13.6.55 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 20 13.6.64 Solve applications. No 1 21 13.6.65 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 22 13.6.67-GC 23 13.6.73 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:51am View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 20 Assignment name Mod 9 Written HW Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 13.1.57 Factor by grouping. No 1 3 13.2.33 Factor trinomials. No 1 4 13.2.55 Factor trinomials. No 1 5 13.3.37 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.3.55 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.4.19 Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 8 13.4.37 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 9 13.6.37 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 10 13.6.47 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 13.1.27 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 11:51am View Question Details 1 of 6 Legend Unit 60 Assignment name Mod 9 Post-test Chapter coverage 13 Displays with chapters 13 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 13.1.27 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 1 13.1.29 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 1 13.1.31 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 1 13.1.35 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 2 13.1.41 Complete a factorization by grouping. No 1 2 13.1.45 Complete a factorization by grouping. No 1 3 13.1.47 Factor by grouping. No 1 3 13.1.52 Factor by grouping. No 1 3 13.1.55 Factor by grouping. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 13.1.25 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 6 Student to show work # Points Factor by grouping. No 1 13.1.61 Factor by grouping. No 1 4 13.1.67 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 4 13.1.71 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 4 13.1.73 Factor a common factor out of an expression. No 1 5 13.2.13 Factor trinomials. No 1 5 13.2.15 Factor trinomials. No 1 5 13.2.17 Factor trinomials. No 1 5 13.2.19 Factor trinomials. No 1 5 13.2.21 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.2.25 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.2.27 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.2.29 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.2.31 Factor trinomials. No 1 6 13.2.33 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.2.37 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.2.39 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.2.49 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.2.55 Factor trinomials. No 1 7 13.2.57 Factor trinomials. No 1 8 13.2.37 Factor trinomials. No 1 # Question ID Objective 3 13.1.57 3 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 6 Student to show work # Points Factor trinomials. No 1 13.2.41 Factor trinomials. No 1 8 13.2.45 Factor trinomials. No 1 8 13.2.47 Factor trinomials. No 1 9 13.2.59 Factor trinomials. No 1 9 13.2.63 Factor trinomials. No 1 9 13.2.67 Factor trinomials. No 1 10 13.3.15 Factor trinomials. No 1 10 13.3.17 Factor trinomials. No 1 10 13.3.19 Factor trinomials. No 1 11 13.3.23 Factor trinomials. No 1 11 13.3.25 Factor trinomials. No 1 11 13.3.29 Factor trinomials. No 1 11 13.3.41 Factor trinomials. No 1 12 13.3.31 Factor trinomials. No 1 13 13.3.37 Factor trinomials. No 1 13 13.3.39 Factor trinomials. No 1 14 13.3.55 Factor trinomials. No 1 14 13.3.58 Factor trinomials. No 1 14 13.3.59 Factor trinomials. No 1 14 13.3.61 Factor trinomials. No 1 15 13.4.15 Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 15 13.4.17 Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 # Question ID Objective 8 13.2.39 8 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 6 Student to show work # Points Factor a difference of two squares. No 1 13.4.33 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 16 13.4.37 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 16 13.4.39 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 16 13.4.47 Factor perfect square trinomials. No 1 17 13.4.55 Factor sums or differences of two cubes. No 1 17 13.4.57 Factor sums or differences of two cubes. No 1 17 13.4.59 Factor sums or differences of two cubes. No 1 18 13.5.25 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 18 13.5.33 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 18 13.5.35 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 19 13.5.49 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 20 13.5.53 Factor polynomials using an appropriate factoring rule. No 1 21 13.6.15 Use the zero-product property to No 1 # Question ID Objective 15 13.4.19 16 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points solve factored equations. 5 of 6 21 13.6.17 Use the zero-product property to solve factored equations. No 1 21 13.6.20 Use the zero-product property to solve factored equations. No 1 21 13.6.23 Use the zero-product property to solve factored equations. No 1 22 13.6.25 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 22 13.6.27 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 22 13.6.28 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 22 13.6.31 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 22 13.6.33 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 23 13.6.35 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 23 13.6.37 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 24 13.6.49 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 24 13.6.50 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 24 13.6.53 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 24 13.6.55 Solve quadratic equations by factoring. No 1 6 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 13.6.65 Solve applications. No 1 13.6.73 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 25 13.6.64 25 25 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:05pm View Question Details Unit 21 Assignment name Mod 10 HW 1 Chapter coverage 14 Displays with chapters 14 Total points 30 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 14.1 Introduction to Rational Expressions 14.1: Introduction to Rational Expressions 1 Section 14.1 Introduction to Rational Expressions 14.1: Introduction to Rational Expressions 1 Writing Rational Expressions in Lowest Terms 14.1: Introduction to Rational Expressions 1 1 14.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 14.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 14.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 14.1.9 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 5 14.1.13 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 6 14.1.15 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 7 14.1.19 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 8 14.1.25 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 9 14.1.27 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 10 14.1.31 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 11 14.1.34 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 12 14.1.36 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 13 14.1.47 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 14 14.1.49 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 15 14.1.50 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 16 14.1.53 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 17 14.1.57 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 18 14.1.59 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 19 14.1.63 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 20 14.1.73 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 21 14.1.75 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 22 14.1.81 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 23 14.1.87 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 24 14.1.91 Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 14.1.98 Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 14.1.107 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 25 14.1.95 26 27 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:06pm View Question Details Unit 21 Assignment name Mod 10 HW 2 Chapter coverage 14 Displays with chapters 14 Total points 22 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 14.2 Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions 14.2: Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions 1 Section 14.2 Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions 14.2: Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions 1 Dividing of Rational Expressions 14.2: Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions 1 1 14.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 14.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 14.2.5 Multiply or divide fractions and simplify. No 1 4 14.2.7 Multiply or divide fractions and simplify. No 1 5 14.2.13 Multiply or divide fractions and simplify. No 1 6 14.2.16 Multiply or divide fractions and simplify. No 1 7 14.2.17 Multiply or divide fractions and simplify. No 1 8 14.2.25 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 9 14.2.27 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 10 14.2.29 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 11 14.2.33 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 12 14.2.35 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 13 14.2.41 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 14 14.2.50 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 15 14.2.51 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 16 14.2.53 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 17 14.2.57 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 18 14.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 19 14.2.75 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:06pm View Question Details Unit 21 Assignment name Mod 10 HW 3 Chapter coverage 14 Displays with chapters 14 Total points 23 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 14.3 Addition and Subtraction with Like Denominators 14.3: Addition and Subtraction with Like Denominators 1 Section 14.3 Addition and Subtraction with Like Denominators 14.3: Addition and Subtraction with Like Denominators 1 Subtracting Rational Expressions 14.3: Addition and Subtraction with Like Denominators 1 1 14.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 14.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 14.3.5 Add or subtract fractions and simplify. No 1 4 14.3.13 Add or subtract fractions and simplify. No 1 5 14.3.16 Add or subtract fractions and simplify. No 1 6 14.3.19 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 7 14.3.21 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 8 14.3.23 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 9 14.3.29 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 10 14.3.31 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 11 14.3.35 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 12 14.3.37 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 13 14.3.39 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 14 14.3.41 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 15 14.3.42 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 16 14.3.43 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 17 14.3.47 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 18 14.3.55 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 19 14.3.61 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 20 14.3.73 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:06pm View Question Details Unit 21 Assignment name Mod 10 HW 4 Chapter coverage 14 Displays with chapters 14 Total points 24 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 14.4 Addition and Subtraction with Unlike Denominators 14.4: Addition and Subtraction with Unlike Denominators 1 Section 14.4 Addition and Subtraction with Unlike Denominators 14.4: Addition and Subtraction with Unlike Denominators 1 Adding Rational Expressions 14.4: Addition and Subtraction with Unlike Denominators 1 Subtracting Rational Expression with Different Denominators 14.4: Addition and Subtraction with Unlike Denominators 1 1 14.4.5 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 2 14.4.9 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 3 14.4.13 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 4 14.4.17 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 5 14.4.19 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 6 14.4.21 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 7 14.4.22 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 8 14.4.33 Rewrite a rational expression with a given denominator. No 1 9 14.4.35 Rewrite a rational expression with a given denominator. No 1 10 14.4.38 Rewrite a rational expression with a given denominator. No 1 11 14.4.39 Rewrite a rational expression with a given denominator. No 1 12 14.4.45 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 13 14.4.47 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 14 14.4.53 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 15 14.4.55 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 16 14.4.63 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 17 14.4.65 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 18 14.4.75 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 19 14.4.83 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 20 14.4.96 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 2 of 2 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:07pm View Question Details Unit 21 Assignment name Mod 10 HW 5 Chapter coverage 14 Displays with chapters 14 Total points 23 # 1 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 14.6 Rational Equations and Formulas 14.6: Rational Equations and Formulas 1 Solving an Equation with Rational Expressions 14.6: Rational Equations and Formulas 1 Work Problems 14.6: Rational Equations and Formulas 1 Section 14.6 Rational Equations and Formulas 14.6: Rational Equations and Formulas 1 14.6.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 14.6.7 Solve rational equations. No 1 3 14.6.13 Solve rational equations. No 1 4 14.6.17 Solve rational equations. No 1 5 14.6.21 Solve rational equations. No 1 6 14.6.25 Solve rational equations. No 1 7 14.6.31 Solve rational equations. No 1 8 14.6.35 Solve rational equations. No 1 9 14.6.39 Solve rational equations. No 1 10 14.6.43 Solve rational equations. No 1 11 14.6.47 Solve rational equations. No 1 12 14.6.63 Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 13 14.6.65 Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 14 14.6.67 Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 15 14.6.69 Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 16 14.6.101 Solve applications. No 1 17 14.6.103 Solve applications. No 1 18 14.6.108 Solve applications. No 1 19 14.6.109 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:07pm View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 22 Assignment name Mod 10 Written HW Chapter coverage 14 Displays with chapters 14 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 14.1.77 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 3 14.2.41 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 4 14.2.61 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 5 14.3.31 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 6 14.3.41 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 7 14.4.38 Rewrite a rational expression with a given denominator. No 1 8 14.4.61 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 9 14.6.29 Solve rational equations. No 1 10 14.6.49 Solve rational equations. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 14.1.29 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:08pm View Question Details 1 of 5 Legend Unit 61 Assignment name Mod 10 Post-test Chapter coverage 14 Displays with chapters 14 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 15 Student to show work # Points Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 14.1.13 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 1 14.1.14 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 1 14.1.15 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 1 14.1.17 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 1 14.1.19 Evaluate rational expressions. No 1 2 14.1.25 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 2 14.1.27 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 2 14.1.29 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 14.1.11 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 5 Student to show work # Points Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 14.1.34 Find values of a variable that make a rational expression undefined. No 1 3 14.1.51 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 3 14.1.53 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 3 14.1.63 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 3 14.1.65 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 3 14.1.70 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 3 14.1.71 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 3 14.1.85 Simplify rational expressions. No 1 4 14.2.33 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 4 14.2.35 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 5 14.2.41 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 5 14.2.43 Multiply and simplify rational expressions. No 1 6 14.2.50 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 6 14.2.51 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 2 14.1.31 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 5 Student to show work # Points Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 14.2.55 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 7 14.2.57 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 7 14.2.61 Divide and simplify rational expressions. No 1 8 14.3.23 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 8 14.3.29 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 8 14.3.35 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 9 14.3.39 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 9 14.3.43 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 9 14.3.45 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 10 14.4.22 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 10 14.4.23 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 10 14.4.25 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 10 14.4.27 Find the least common multiple of two given expressions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 6 14.2.53 6 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 5 Student to show work # Points Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 14.4.73 Add rational expressions and simplify. No 1 12 14.4.63 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 12 14.4.75 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 12 14.4.85 Subtract rational expressions and simplify. No 1 13 14.6.13 Solve rational equations. No 1 13 14.6.15 Solve rational equations. No 1 13 14.6.17 Solve rational equations. No 1 13 14.6.19 Solve rational equations. No 1 13 14.6.21 Solve rational equations. No 1 13 14.6.24 Solve rational equations. No 1 13 14.6.29 Solve rational equations. No 1 13 14.6.33 Solve rational equations. No 1 14 14.6.47 Solve rational equations. No 1 14 14.6.48 Solve rational equations. No 1 14 14.6.49 Solve rational equations. No 1 14 14.6.52 Solve rational equations. No 1 15 14.6.69 Identify whether an expression or equation is given, then simplify or solve it. No 1 # Question ID Objective 11 14.4.61 11 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 5 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:10pm View Question Details Unit 23 Assignment name Mod 11a HW 1 Chapter coverage 15 Displays with chapters 15 Total points 40 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 15.1 Functions and Their Representations 15.1: Functions and Their Representations 1 Section 15.1 Functions and Their Representations 15.1: Functions and Their Representations 1 1 15.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 15.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 15.1.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 15.1.11 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 15.1.15 Determine whether the phrase describes a function. No 1 6 15.1.17 Determine whether the phrase describes a function. No 1 7 15.1.21 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 8 15.1.22 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 9 15.1.27 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 10 15.1.31 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 11 15.1.34 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 12 15.1.37 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 13 15.1.39 Write a function f as a set of ordered pairs. No 1 14 15.1.41 Write a function f as a set of ordered pairs. No 1 15 15.1.43 Graph a function. No 1 16 15.1.46 Graph a function. No 1 17 15.1.53 Use graphs, tables and diagrams to evaluate functions. No 1 18 15.1.55 Use graphs, tables and diagrams to evaluate functions. No 1 19 15.1.57 Use graphs, tables and diagrams to evaluate functions. No 1 20 15.1.59 Use graphs, tables and diagrams to evaluate functions. No 1 21 15.1.63 Write a function given a verbal representation of the function. No 1 22 15.1.65 Write a function given a verbal representation of the function. No 1 23 15.1.78 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 24 15.1.79 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Identify domains and ranges. No 1 15.1.87 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 27 15.1.89 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 28 15.1.91 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 29 15.1.93 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 30 15.1.95 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 31 15.1.105 Identify functions. No 1 32 15.1.111 Identify functions. No 1 33 15.1.113 Identify functions. No 1 34 15.1.115 Identify functions. No 1 35 15.1.116 Identify functions. No 1 36 15.1.123 Identify functions. No 1 37 15.1.125 Identify functions. No 1 38 15.1.127 Identify functions. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 25 15.1.83 26 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:10pm View Question Details Unit 23 Assignment name Mod 11a HW 2 Chapter coverage 15 Displays with chapters 15 Total points 33 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 15.2 Linear Functions 15.2: Linear Functions 1 Section 15.2 Linear Functions 15.2: Linear Functions 1 Graphing Linear Functions 15.2: Linear Functions 1 1 15.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 15.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 15.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 15.2.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 15.2.19 Identify linear functions. No 1 6 15.2.21 Identify linear functions. No 1 7 15.2.23 Identify linear functions. No 1 8 15.2.25 Identify linear functions. No 1 9 15.2.27 Identify linear functions. No 1 10 15.2.29 Identify linear functions. No 1 11 15.2.31 Identify linear functions. No 1 12 15.2.33 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 13 15.2.35 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 14 15.2.39 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 15 15.2.41 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 16 15.2.43 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 17 15.2.49 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 18 15.2.53 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 19 15.2.55 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 20 15.2.62 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 21 15.2.66 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 22 15.2.79 Match the situation with the graph. No 1 23 15.2.81 Match the situation with the graph. No 1 24 15.2.87 Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 25 15.2.93 Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 26 15.2.95 Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 15.2.118 Solve applications. No 1 29 15.2.124 Solve applications. No 1 30 15.2.127 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 27 15.2.107 28 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:11pm View Question Details Unit 23 Assignment name Mod 11a HW 3 Chapter coverage 15 Displays with chapters 15 Total points 32 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 15.3 Compound Inequalities 15.3: Compound Inequalities 1 Section 15.3 Compound Inequalities 15.3: Compound Inequalities 1 Solving a Compound Inequality with "or" 15.3: Compound Inequalities 1 Solving Linear Inequalities 15.3: Compound Inequalities 1 1 15.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 15.3.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 15.3.7 Determine whether a given value is a solution to a compound inequality. No 1 4 15.3.9 Determine whether a given value is a solution to a compound inequality. No 1 5 15.3.13 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 6 15.3.15 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 7 15.3.17 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 8 15.3.20 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 9 15.3.21 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 10 15.3.23 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 11 15.3.25 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 12 15.3.29 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 13 15.3.31 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 14 15.3.33 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 15 15.3.39 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 16 15.3.43 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 17 15.3.45 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 18 15.3.47 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 19 15.3.49 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 20 15.3.53 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 15.3.59 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 23 15.3.63 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 24 15.3.65 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 25 15.3.73 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 26 15.3.79 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 27 15.3.109 Solve applications. No 1 28 15.3.113 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 21 15.3.57 22 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:12pm View Question Details Unit 23 Assignment name Mod 11a HW 4 Chapter coverage 15 Displays with chapters 15 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 15.4 Other Functions and Their Properties 15.4: Other Functions and Their Properties 1 Section 15.4 Other Functions and Their Properties 15.4: Other Functions and Their Properties 1 1 15.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 15.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 15.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 15.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 15.4.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 15.4.13 Write the domain and range of a polynomial in interval notation. No 1 7 15.4.17 Write the domain and range of a polynomial in interval notation. No 1 8 15.4.21 Write the domain and range of a polynomial in interval notation. No 1 9 15.4.23 Write the domain and range of a polynomial in interval notation. No 1 10 15.4.25 Write the domain and range of a rational function in interval notation. No 1 11 15.4.31 Write the domain and range of a rational function in interval notation. No 1 12 15.4.38 Determine the domain and range of a function based on a graph. No 1 13 15.4.39 Determine the domain and range of a function based on a graph. No 1 14 15.4.41 Determine the domain and range of a function based on a graph. No 1 15 15.4.43 Identify whether a function is a polynomial, and determine its degree. No 1 16 15.4.45 Identify whether a function is a polynomial, and determine its degree. No 1 17 15.4.56 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 15.4.60 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 20 15.4.67 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 21 15.4.69 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 22 15.4.103 Perform arithmetic on functions. No 1 23 15.4.105 Perform arithmetic on functions. No 1 24 15.4.107 Perform arithmetic on functions. No 1 25 15.4.111 Solve applications. No 1 26 15.4.119 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 18 15.4.57 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:12pm View Question Details Unit 23 Assignment name Mod 11a HW 5 Chapter coverage 15 Displays with chapters 15 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 15.5 Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities 15.5: Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities 1 Section 15.5 Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities 15.5: Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities 1 Equations Involving Absolute Value 15.5: Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities 1 1 15.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 15.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 15.5.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 15.5.9 Identify solutions to an absolute value equation or inequality. No 1 5 15.5.13 Identify solutions to an absolute value equation or inequality. No 1 6 15.5.17 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 7 15.5.19 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 8 15.5.21 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 9 15.5.25 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 10 15.5.31 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 11 15.5.33 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 12 15.5.39 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 13 15.5.49 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 14 15.5.51 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 15 15.5.53 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 16 15.5.55 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 17 15.5.63 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 18 15.5.65 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 19 15.5.67 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 20 15.5.71 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 21 15.5.72 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 15.5.91 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.113 Solve applications. No 1 25 15.5.115 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 22 15.5.75 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:12pm View Question Details 1 of 2 Legend Unit 24 Assignment name Mod 11a Written HW Chapter coverage 15 Displays with chapters 15 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 15.1.95 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 3 15.2.93 Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 4 15.2.124 Solve applications. No 1 5 15.3.53 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 6 15.3.75 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 7 15.4.28 Write the domain and range of a rational function in interval notation. No 1 8 15.4.57 Evaluate absolutevalue, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 15.1.29 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 # Question ID Objective 9 15.5.33 10 15.5.63 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:13pm View Question Details 1 of 10 Legend Unit 62 Assignment name Mod 11a Post-test Chapter coverage 15 Displays with chapters 15 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Determine whether the phrase describes a function. No 1 15.1.17 Determine whether the phrase describes a function. No 1 1 15.1.19 Determine whether the phrase describes a function. No 1 2 15.1.22 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 2 15.1.23 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 2 15.1.25 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 2 15.1.27 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 2 15.1.28 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 15.1.15 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 10 Student to show work # Points Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 15.1.30 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 2 15.1.31 Evaluate a function at the given values of x. No 1 3 15.1.43 Graph a function. No 1 3 15.1.45 Graph a function. No 1 3 15.1.46 Graph a function. No 1 3 15.1.47 Graph a function. No 1 4 15.1.55 Use graphs, tables and diagrams to evaluate functions. No 1 4 15.1.57 Use graphs, tables and diagrams to evaluate functions. No 1 4 15.1.58 Use graphs, tables and diagrams to evaluate functions. No 1 5 15.1.78 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 5 15.1.79 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 5 15.1.81 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 5 15.1.83 Identify domains and ranges. No 1 6 15.2.11 Identify linear functions. No 1 6 15.2.13 Identify linear functions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 2 15.1.29 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 10 Student to show work # Points Identify linear functions. No 1 15.2.15 Identify linear functions. No 1 6 15.2.17 Identify linear functions. No 1 7 15.2.23 Identify linear functions. No 1 7 15.2.25 Identify linear functions. No 1 7 15.2.27 Identify linear functions. No 1 7 15.2.29 Identify linear functions. No 1 7 15.2.31 Identify linear functions. No 1 8 15.2.39 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 8 15.2.41 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 8 15.2.43 Evaluate linear functions. No 1 9 15.2.53 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 9 15.2.55 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 9 15.2.57 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 9 15.2.60 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 9 15.2.62 Represent linear functions graphically and symbolically. No 1 10 15.2.87 Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 10 15.2.93 Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 # Question ID Objective 6 15.2.14 6 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 10 Student to show work # Points Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 15.2.97 Find and apply the midpoint of a line segment. No 1 11 15.3.7 Determine whether a given value is a solution to a compound inequality. No 1 11 15.3.9 Determine whether a given value is a solution to a compound inequality. No 1 11 15.3.11 Determine whether a given value is a solution to a compound inequality. No 1 12 15.3.13 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 12 15.3.15 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 12 15.3.17 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 12 15.3.20 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 12 15.3.21 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 12 15.3.23 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 # Question ID Objective 10 15.2.95 10 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 10 Student to show work # Points Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 15.3.29 Write compound inequalities in interval notation. No 1 13 15.3.39 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 13 15.3.41 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 13 15.3.43 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 13 15.3.45 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 13 15.3.47 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 14 15.3.49 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 14 15.3.59 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 14 15.3.63 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 14 15.3.65 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic No 1 # Question ID Objective 12 15.3.25 12 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points methods. 6 of 10 14 15.3.67 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 14 15.3.69 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 14 15.3.71 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 15 15.3.53 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 15 15.3.55 Solve compound inequalities using symbolic methods. No 1 16 15.4.17 Write the domain and range of a polynomial in interval notation. No 1 16 15.4.21 Write the domain and range of a polynomial in interval notation. No 1 16 15.4.23 Write the domain and range of a polynomial in interval notation. No 1 16 15.4.25 Write the domain and range of a rational function in interval notation. No 1 16 15.4.28 Write the domain and range of a No 1 # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points rational function in interval notation. 7 of 10 16 15.4.31 Write the domain and range of a rational function in interval notation. No 1 17 15.4.38 Determine the domain and range of a function based on a graph. No 1 17 15.4.39 Determine the domain and range of a function based on a graph. No 1 17 15.4.41 Determine the domain and range of a function based on a graph. No 1 17 15.4.42 Determine the domain and range of a function based on a graph. No 1 18 15.4.43 Identify whether a function is a polynomial, and determine its degree. No 1 18 15.4.45 Identify whether a function is a polynomial, and determine its degree. No 1 18 15.4.49 Identify whether a function is a polynomial, and determine its degree. No 1 18 15.4.53 Identify whether a function is a polynomial, and determine its degree. No 1 8 of 10 Student to show work # Points Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 15.4.57 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 19 15.4.59 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 19 15.4.60 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 19 15.4.61 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 19 15.4.63 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 19 15.4.67 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 19 15.4.68 Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 # Question ID Objective 19 15.4.56 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 9 of 10 Student to show work # Points Evaluate absolute-value, polynomial, and rational functions at a given value of the domain. No 1 15.4.103 Perform arithmetic on functions. No 1 20 15.4.105 Perform arithmetic on functions. No 1 20 15.4.107 Perform arithmetic on functions. No 1 21 15.5.9 Identify solutions to an absolute value equation or inequality. No 1 21 15.5.11 Identify solutions to an absolute value equation or inequality. No 1 21 15.5.13 Identify solutions to an absolute value equation or inequality. No 1 22 15.5.27 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 22 15.5.29 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 22 15.5.31 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 22 15.5.33 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 22 15.5.35 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 # Question ID Objective 19 15.4.69 20 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 10 of 10 Student to show work # Points Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 15.5.51 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.63 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.65 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.67 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.71 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.72 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.75 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 24 15.5.77 Solve absolute value equations and inequalities. No 1 25 15.5.113 Solve applications. No 1 25 15.5.115 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 23 15.5.49 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:15pm View Question Details Unit 25 Assignment name Mod 11b HW 1 Chapter coverage 16 Displays with chapters 16 Total points 13 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 16.1 Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 16.1: Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 1 Solving a System in Three Variables 16.1: Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 1 Section 16.1 Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 16.1: Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 1 1 16.1.9 Determine whether an ordered triple is a solution to a system of linear equations. No 1 2 16.1.11 Determine whether an ordered triple is a solution to a system of linear equations. No 1 3 16.1.13 Solve a system of three linear equations using substitution. No 1 4 16.1.17 Solve a system of three linear equations using substitution. No 1 5 16.1.19 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 6 16.1.21 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 7 16.1.23 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 8 16.1.25 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 9 16.1.27 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 10 16.1.29 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:16pm View Question Details Unit 25 Assignment name Mod 11b HW 2 Chapter coverage 16 Displays with chapters 16 Total points 14 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 16.1 Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 16.1: Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 1 Section 16.1 Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 16.1: Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 1 Solving a System in Three Variables 16.1: Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables 1 1 16.1.31 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 2 16.1.33 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 3 16.1.35 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 4 16.1.37 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 5 16.1.41 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 6 16.1.43 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 7 16.1.45 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 8 16.1.49 Solve applications. No 1 9 16.1.50 Solve applications. No 1 10 16.1.51 Solve applications. No 1 11 16.1.57 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:16pm View Question Details Unit 25 Assignment name Mod 11b HW 3 Chapter coverage 16 Displays with chapters 16 Total points 15 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 16.2 Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 16.2: Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 1 Section 16.2 Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 16.2: Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 1 1 16.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 16.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 16.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 16.2.7 State the dimension of a matrix. No 1 5 16.2.11 Translate a linear system to an augmented matrix. No 1 6 16.2.13 Translate a linear system to an augmented matrix. No 1 7 16.2.15 Translate an augmented matrix to a system of linear equations. No 1 8 16.2.17 Translate an augmented matrix to a system of linear equations. No 1 9 16.2.19 Translate an augmented matrix to a system of linear equations. No 1 10 16.2.23 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 11 16.2.25 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 12 16.2.27 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 13 16.2.29 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:16pm View Question Details Unit 25 Assignment name Mod 11b HW 4 Chapter coverage 16 Displays with chapters 16 Total points 10 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 16.2 Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 16.2: Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 1 Section 16.2 Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 16.2: Matrix Solutions of Linear Systems 1 1 16.2.31 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 2 16.2.33 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 3 16.2.35 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 4 16.2.37 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 5 16.2.39 Solve a linear system by using Gauss-Jordan elimination No 1 6 16.2.51 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 7 16.2.53 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 8 16.2.55 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:17pm View Question Details 1 of 2 Legend Unit 26 Assignment name Mod 11b Written HW Chapter coverage 16 Displays with chapters 16 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Determine whether an ordered triple is a solution to a system of linear equations. No 1 16.1.17 Solve a system of three linear equations using substitution. No 1 3 16.1.29 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 4 16.1.31 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 5 16.1.51 Solve applications. No 1 6 16.2.13 Translate a linear system to an augmented matrix. No 1 7 16.2.31 Solve a linear system by using GaussJordan elimination No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 16.1.9 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve a linear system by using GaussJordan elimination No 1 16.2.55 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 16.2.53 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 # Question ID Objective 8 16.2.39 9 10 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:17pm View Question Details 1 of 3 Legend Unit 63 Assignment name Mod 11b Post-test Chapter coverage 16 Displays with chapters 16 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 16.1.9 Determine whether an ordered triple is a solution to a system of linear equations. No 1 1 16.1.11 Determine whether an ordered triple is a solution to a system of linear equations. No 1 2 16.1.13 Solve a system of three linear equations using substitution. No 1 2 16.1.17 Solve a system of three linear equations using substitution. No 1 2 16.1.19 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 3 16.1.21 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 16.1.3 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 3 Student to show work # Points Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 16.1.25 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 3 16.1.27 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 3 16.1.29 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 4 16.1.31 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 4 16.1.33 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 4 16.1.41 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 4 16.1.43 Solve a system of three linear equations using an appropriate method. No 1 5 16.1.51 Solve applications. No 1 6 16.2.7 State the dimension of a matrix. No 1 7 16.2.11 Translate a linear system to an augmented matrix. No 1 7 16.2.13 Translate a linear system to an augmented matrix. No 1 # Question ID Objective 3 16.1.23 3 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 3 Student to show work # Points Translate an augmented matrix to a system of linear equations. No 1 16.2.17 Translate an augmented matrix to a system of linear equations. No 1 9 16.2.31 Solve a linear system by using GaussJordan elimination No 1 9 16.2.33 Solve a linear system by using GaussJordan elimination No 1 9 16.2.35 Solve a linear system by using GaussJordan elimination No 1 9 16.2.37 Solve a linear system by using GaussJordan elimination No 1 9 16.2.39 Solve a linear system by using GaussJordan elimination No 1 10 16.2.51 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 10 16.2.53 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 10 16.2.55 Identify dependent and independent linear systems. No 1 # Question ID Objective 8 16.2.15 8 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:19pm View Question Details Unit 27 Assignment name Mod 12a HW 1 Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 22 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 17.1 Radical Expressions and Functions 17.1: Radical Expressions and Functions 1 Section 17.1 Radical Expressions and Functions 17.1: Radical Expressions and Functions 1 Simplifying Radicals 17.1: Radical Expressions and Functions 1 1 17.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 17.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 17.1.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 17.1.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 17.1.19 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 6 17.1.21 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 7 17.1.23 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 8 17.1.25 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 9 17.1.27 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 10 17.1.29 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 11 17.1.32 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 12 17.1.35 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 13 17.1.37 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 14 17.1.40 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 15 17.1.41 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 16 17.1.45 Simplify radical expressions. No 1 17 17.1.48 Simplify radical expressions. No 1 18 17.1.53 Simplify radical expressions. No 1 19 17.1.57 Simplify radical expressions. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:19pm View Question Details Unit 27 Assignment name Mod 12a HW 2 Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 25 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 17.2 Rational Exponents 17.2: Rational Exponents 1 Section 17.2 Rational Exponents 17.2: Rational Exponents 1 1 17.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 17.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 17.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 17.2.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 17.2.11 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 17.2.13 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 7 17.2.19 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 8 17.2.21 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 9 17.2.27 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 10 17.2.37 Evaluate expressions with rational exponents. No 1 11 17.2.39 Evaluate expressions with rational exponents. No 1 12 17.2.45 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 13 17.2.47 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 14 17.2.49 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 15 17.2.52 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 16 17.2.59 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 17 17.2.61 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 18 17.2.67 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Simplify expressions using properties of rational exponents. No 1 17.2.78 Simplify expressions using properties of rational exponents. No 1 21 17.2.81 Simplify expressions using properties of rational exponents. No 1 22 17.2.101 Solve applications. No 1 23 17.2.103 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 19 17.2.77 20 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:20pm View Question Details Unit 27 Assignment name Mod 12a HW 3 Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 17.3 Simplifying Radical Expressions 17.3: Simplifying Radical Expressions 1 Section 17.3 Simplifying Radical Expressions 17.3: Simplifying Radical Expressions 1 Multiplying Radical Expressions 17.3: Simplifying Radical Expressions 1 Simplifying Radical Expressions 17.3: Simplifying Radical Expressions 1 1 17.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 17.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 17.3.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 17.3.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 17.3.11 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 6 17.3.13 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 7 17.3.15 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 8 17.3.20 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 9 17.3.25 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 10 17.3.33 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 11 17.3.42 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 12 17.3.46 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 13 17.3.49 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 14 17.3.52 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 15 17.3.54 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 16 17.3.55 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 17 17.3.67 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 18 17.3.69 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 19 17.3.73 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 20 17.3.75 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 17.3.87 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 23 17.3.97 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 24 17.3.111 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 21 17.3.85 22 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:20pm View Question Details Unit 27 Assignment name Mod 12a HW 4 Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 32 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 17.4 Operations on Radical Expressions 17.4: Operations on Radical Expressions 1 Section 17.4 Operations on Radical Expressions 17.4: Operations on Radical Expressions 1 Rationalizing a Binomial Denominator 17.4: Operations on Radical Expressions 1 Simplifying Radical Expressions 17.4: Operations on Radical Expressions 1 Using Conjugates to Rationalize Denominators 17.4: Operations on Radical Expressions 1 1 17.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 17.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 17.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 17.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 17.4.19 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 6 17.4.25 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 7 17.4.29 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 8 17.4.31 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 9 17.4.33 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 10 17.4.39 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 11 17.4.42 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 12 17.4.43 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 13 17.4.49 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 14 17.4.51 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 15 17.4.59 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 16 17.4.63 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 17 17.4.69 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 18 17.4.85 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 19 17.4.87 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 20 17.4.89 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 21 17.4.91 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Rationalize denominators. No 1 17.4.99 Rationalize denominators. No 1 24 17.4.104 Rationalize denominators. No 1 25 17.4.109 Rationalize denominators. No 1 26 17.4.113 Rationalize denominators. No 1 27 17.4.126 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 22 17.4.97 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:20pm View Question Details Unit 27 Assignment name Mod 12a HW 5 Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 15 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 17.5 More Radical Functions 17.5: More Radical Functions 1 Section 17.5 More Radical Functions 17.5: More Radical Functions 1 1 17.5.9 Evaluate root functions. No 1 2 17.5.11 Evaluate root functions. No 1 3 17.5.13 Evaluate root functions. No 1 4 17.5.15 Evaluate root functions. No 1 5 17.5.17 Rewrite power functions as root functions. No 1 6 17.5.19 Rewrite power functions as root functions. No 1 7 17.5.21 Rewrite power functions as root functions. No 1 8 17.5.23 Evaluate power functions. No 1 9 17.5.25 Rewrite power functions as root functions. No 1 10 17.5.27 Evaluate power functions. No 1 11 17.5.29 Evaluate power functions. No 1 12 17.5.51 Solve applications. No 1 13 17.5.55 Graph power functions. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:21pm View Question Details Unit 27 Assignment name Mod 12a HW 6 Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 34 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 17.6 Equations Involving Radical Expressions 17.6: Equations Involving Radical Expressions 1 Section 17.6 Equations Involving Radical Expressions 17.6: Equations Involving Radical Expressions 1 Determine the Distance Between Two Points 17.6: Equations Involving Radical Expressions 1 The Power Rule 17.6: Equations Involving Radical Expressions 1 Using the Squaring Property When One Side has Two Terms 17.6: Equations Involving Radical Expressions 1 1 17.6.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 17.6.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 17.6.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 17.6.6 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 17.6.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 17.6.17 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 7 17.6.21 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 8 17.6.23 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 9 17.6.25 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 10 17.6.27 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 11 17.6.37 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 12 17.6.41 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 13 17.6.47 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 14 17.6.51 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 15 17.6.54 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 16 17.6.55 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 17 17.6.59 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 18 17.6.87 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 19 17.6.89 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 20 17.6.91 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 21 17.6.95 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 22 17.6.97 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 23 17.6.105 Use the distance formula. No 1 24 17.6.107 Use the distance formula. No 1 25 17.6.109 Use the distance formula. No 1 26 17.6.110 Use the distance formula. No 1 27 17.6.125 Solve applications. No 1 28 17.6.129 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 29 17.6.130 Solve applications. Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:21pm View Question Details Unit 27 Assignment name Mod 12a HW 7 Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 33 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 17.7 Complex Numbers 17.7: Complex Numbers 1 Section 17.7 Complex Numbers 17.7: Complex Numbers 1 Subtracting Complex Numbers 17.7: Complex Numbers 1 1 17.7.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 17.7.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 17.7.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 17.7.13 Use the imaginary unit to write an expression. No 1 5 17.7.15 Use the imaginary unit to write an expression. No 1 6 17.7.17 Use the imaginary unit to write an expression. No 1 7 17.7.23 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 8 17.7.24 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 9 17.7.25 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 10 17.7.27 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 11 17.7.28 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 12 17.7.29 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 13 17.7.31 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 14 17.7.33 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 15 17.7.34 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 16 17.7.35 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 17 17.7.37 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 17.7.42 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 20 17.7.43 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 21 17.7.49 Simplify powers of i. No 1 22 17.7.51 Simplify powers of i. No 1 23 17.7.53 Simplify powers of i. No 1 24 17.7.55 Simplify powers of i. No 1 25 17.7.57 Write complex conjugates. No 1 26 17.7.65 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 27 17.7.67 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 28 17.7.69 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 29 17.7.71 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 30 17.7.73 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 18 17.7.41 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:21pm View Question Details 1 of 2 Legend Unit 28 Assignment name Mod 12a Written HW Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Simplify expressions using properties of rational exponents. No 1 17.3.13 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 3 17.3.31 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 4 17.4.42 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 5 17.4.87 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 6 17.5.9 Evaluate root functions. No 1 7 17.6.23 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 8 17.6.35 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 9 17.7.27 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 10 17.7.31 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 17.2.77 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question # Question ID Objective complex numbers. 2 of 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:22pm View Question Details 1 of 8 Legend Unit 64 Assignment name Mod 12a Post-test Chapter coverage 17 Displays with chapters 17 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 17.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 1 17.1.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 1 17.1.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 17.1.23 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 2 17.1.25 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 2 17.1.26 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 3 17.1.29 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 3 17.1.30 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 3 17.1.32 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 3 17.1.37 Evaluate radical expressions. No 1 4 17.1.48 Simplify radical expressions. No 1 4 17.1.53 Simplify radical expressions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 17.1.1 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 8 Student to show work # Points Simplify radical expressions. No 1 17.2.19 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 5 17.2.21 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 5 17.2.25 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 5 17.2.27 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 5 17.2.35 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 6 17.2.45 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 6 17.2.47 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 7 17.2.59 Convert between expressions with radical No 1 # Question ID Objective 4 17.1.57 5 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points notation and rational exponents. 3 of 8 7 17.2.61 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 7 17.2.63 Convert between expressions with radical notation and rational exponents. No 1 8 17.2.77 Simplify expressions using properties of rational exponents. No 1 8 17.2.78 Simplify expressions using properties of rational exponents. No 1 8 17.2.81 Simplify expressions using properties of rational exponents. No 1 9 17.3.13 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 9 17.3.15 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 9 17.3.17 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 9 17.3.19 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 9 17.3.20 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 4 of 8 Student to show work # Points Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 17.3.46 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 10 17.3.49 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 10 17.3.52 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 10 17.3.54 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 11 17.3.85 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 11 17.3.87 Multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions. No 1 12 17.4.25 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 12 17.4.29 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 12 17.4.31 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 12 17.4.33 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 12 17.4.39 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 12 17.4.42 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 13 17.4.51 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 13 17.4.54 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 10 17.3.42 10 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 8 Student to show work # Points Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 17.4.69 Add and subtract radical expressions. No 1 14 17.4.85 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 14 17.4.87 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 14 17.4.89 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 14 17.4.91 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 14 17.4.95 Multiply radical expressions. No 1 15 17.4.99 Rationalize denominators. No 1 15 17.4.107 Rationalize denominators. No 1 15 17.4.109 Rationalize denominators. No 1 16 17.5.9 Evaluate root functions. No 1 16 17.5.11 Evaluate root functions. No 1 16 17.5.15 Evaluate root functions. No 1 17 17.6.21 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 17 17.6.23 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 17 17.6.25 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 17 17.6.27 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 17 17.6.37 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 17 17.6.41 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 18 17.6.51 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 18 17.6.54 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 18 17.6.55 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 18 17.6.59 Solve equations symbolically. No 1 # Question ID Objective 13 17.4.63 13 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 6 of 8 Student to show work # Points Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 17.6.97 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 19 17.6.99 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 19 17.6.101 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 19 17.6.103 Use the Pythagorean theorem. No 1 20 17.6.105 Use the distance formula. No 1 20 17.6.107 Use the distance formula. No 1 20 17.6.109 Use the distance formula. No 1 20 17.6.110 Use the distance formula. No 1 21 17.7.13 Use the imaginary unit to write an expression. No 1 21 17.7.15 Use the imaginary unit to write an expression. No 1 21 17.7.17 Use the imaginary unit to write an expression. No 1 21 17.7.21 Use the imaginary unit to write an expression. No 1 22 17.7.23 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 22 17.7.24 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex No 1 # Question ID Objective 19 17.6.95 19 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points numbers. 7 of 8 22 17.7.25 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 23 17.7.27 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 23 17.7.28 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 23 17.7.29 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 24 17.7.31 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 24 17.7.34 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 24 17.7.35 Add, subtract, and multiply expressions with complex numbers. No 1 25 17.7.65 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 25 17.7.67 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 25 17.7.69 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 25 17.7.71 Divide expressions with complex numbers. No 1 8 of 8 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:24pm View Question Details Unit 29 Assignment name Mod 12b HW 1 Chapter coverage 18 Displays with chapters 18 Total points 32 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 18.1 Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs 18.1: Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs 1 Section 18.1 Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs 18.1: Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs 1 Graphing a Parabola that Opens Downward 18.1: Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs 1 1 18.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 18.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 18.1.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 18.1.11 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 18.1.13 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 18.1.15 Find the vertex of the parabola. No 1 7 18.1.21 Find the vertex of the parabola. No 1 8 18.1.23 Find the vertex of the parabola. No 1 9 18.1.29 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 10 18.1.31 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 11 18.1.33 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 12 18.1.35 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 13 18.1.37 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 14 18.1.39 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 15 18.1.43 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 16 18.1.47 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 17 18.1.49 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 18 18.1.53 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 19 18.1.57 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 20 18.1.59 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 21 18.1.61 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 22 18.1.65 Solve applications. No 1 23 18.1.67 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 18.1.73 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 26 18.1.87 Solve applications. No 1 27 18.1.89 Solve applications. No 1 28 18.1.91 Solve applications. No 1 29 18.1.95 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 24 18.1.71 25 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:25pm View Question Details Unit 29 Assignment name Mod 12b HW 2 Chapter coverage 18 Displays with chapters 18 Total points 26 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 18.3 Quadratic Equations 18.3: Quadratic Equations 1 Section 18.3 Quadratic Equations 18.3: Quadratic Equations 1 Completing the Square 18.3: Quadratic Equations 1 1 18.3.21 Solve quadratic equations graphically and numerically. No 1 2 18.3.23 Solve quadratic equations graphically and numerically. No 1 3 18.3.41 Solve by factoring. No 1 4 18.3.43 Solve by factoring. No 1 5 18.3.45 Solve by factoring. No 1 6 18.3.47 Solve by factoring. No 1 7 18.3.51 Use the square root property. No 1 8 18.3.55 Use the square root property. No 1 9 18.3.57 Use the square root property. No 1 10 18.3.61 Use the square root property. No 1 11 18.3.63 Solve by completing the square. No 1 12 18.3.65 Solve by completing the square. No 1 13 18.3.71 Solve by completing the square. No 1 14 18.3.73 Solve by completing the square. No 1 15 18.3.75 Solve by completing the square. No 1 16 18.3.79 Solve by completing the square. No 1 17 18.3.87 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 18 18.3.89 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 19 18.3.91 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 20 18.3.95 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 21 18.3.113 Solve application problems. No 1 22 18.3.114 Solve application problems. No 1 23 18.3.123 Solve application problems. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:25pm View Question Details Unit 29 Assignment name Mod 12b HW 3 Chapter coverage 18 Displays with chapters 18 Total points 33 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 18.4 The Quadratic Formula 18.4: The Quadratic Formula 1 Section 18.4 The Quadratic Formula 18.4: The Quadratic Formula 1 Solving a Quadratic Equation with Complex Solutions 18.4: The Quadratic Formula 1 1 18.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 18.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 18.4.4 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 18.4.9 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 5 18.4.15 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 6 18.4.17 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 7 18.4.19 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 8 18.4.21 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 9 18.4.23 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 10 18.4.25 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 11 18.4.31 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 12 18.4.33 Find and use the discriminant. No 1 13 18.4.35 Find and use the discriminant. No 1 14 18.4.37 Find and use the discriminant. No 1 15 18.4.47 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 16 18.4.49 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 17 18.4.51 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 18 18.4.53 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 19 18.4.57 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 20 18.4.59 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 21 18.4.63 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 22 18.4.71 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 18.4.79 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 25 18.4.89 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 26 18.4.95 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 27 18.4.105 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 28 18.4.111 Solve application problems. No 1 29 18.4.121-GS Solve application problems. No 1 30 18.4.122 Solve application problems. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 23 18.4.73 24 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:25pm View Question Details Unit 29 Assignment name Mod 12b HW 4 Chapter coverage 18 Displays with chapters 18 Total points 16 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 18.5 Quadratic Inequalities 18.5: Quadratic Inequalities 1 Section 18.5 Quadratic Inequalities 18.5: Quadratic Inequalities 1 1 18.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 18.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 18.5.13 Determine whether the given value is a solution. No 1 4 18.5.15 Determine whether the given value is a solution. No 1 5 18.5.19 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 6 18.5.21 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 7 18.5.23 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 8 18.5.31 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 9 18.5.33 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 10 18.5.37 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 11 18.5.45 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 12 18.5.49 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 13 18.5.51 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 14 18.5.61 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:26pm View Question Details 1 of 1 Legend Unit 30 Assignment name Mod 12b Written HW Chapter coverage 18 Displays with chapters 18 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 18.1.95 Solve applications. No 1 3 18.3.41 Solve by factoring. No 1 4 18.3.53 Use the square root property. No 1 5 18.3.95 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 6 18.4.31 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 7 18.4.55 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 8 18.4.71 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 9 18.5.33 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 10 18.5.45 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 18.1.53 2 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:26pm View Question Details 1 of 4 Legend Unit 65 Assignment name Mod 12b Post-test Chapter coverage 18 Displays with chapters 18 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 16 Student to show work # Points Find the vertex of the parabola. No 1 18.1.23 Find the vertex of the parabola. No 1 2 18.1.37 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 2 18.1.39 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 2 18.1.41 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 2 18.1.43 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 3 18.1.53 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 3 18.1.55 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 3 18.1.57 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 18.1.15 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 4 Student to show work # Points Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 18.1.61 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 3 18.1.63 Graph and analyze quadratic functions. No 1 4 18.1.87 Solve applications. No 1 4 18.1.89 Solve applications. No 1 5 18.3.21 Solve quadratic equations graphically and numerically. No 1 5 18.3.23 Solve quadratic equations graphically and numerically. No 1 6 18.3.41 Solve by factoring. No 1 6 18.3.43 Solve by factoring. No 1 6 18.3.45 Solve by factoring. No 1 6 18.3.47 Solve by factoring. No 1 7 18.3.51 Use the square root property. No 1 7 18.3.53 Use the square root property. No 1 7 18.3.55 Use the square root property. No 1 7 18.3.57 Use the square root property. No 1 7 18.3.59 Use the square root property. No 1 7 18.3.61 Use the square root property. No 1 8 18.3.73 Solve by completing the square. No 1 8 18.3.75 Solve by completing the square. No 1 # Question ID Objective 3 18.1.59 3 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 4 Student to show work # Points Solve by completing the square. No 1 18.3.79 Solve by completing the square. No 1 18.3.114 Solve application problems. No 1 10 18.4.17 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 10 18.4.19 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 10 18.4.23 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 10 18.4.29 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 10 18.4.31 Solve equations using the quadratic formula. No 1 11 18.4.33 Find and use the discriminant. No 1 11 18.4.35 Find and use the discriminant. No 1 11 18.4.37 Find and use the discriminant. No 1 12 18.4.71 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 12 18.4.73 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 12 18.4.79 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 12 18.4.81 Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 8 18.3.77 8 9 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 4 Student to show work # Points Solve equations with complex solutions. No 1 18.4.99 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 13 18.4.105 Solve quadratic equations using any method. No 1 14 18.5.13 Determine whether the given value is a solution. No 1 14 18.5.15 Determine whether the given value is a solution. No 1 14 18.5.17 Determine whether the given value is a solution. No 1 15 18.5.31 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 15 18.5.45 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 15 18.5.49 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 15 18.5.53 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 16 18.5.33 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 16 18.5.37 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 16 18.5.59 Solve quadratic inequalities. No 1 # Question ID Objective 12 18.4.89 13 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:28pm View Question Details Unit Course Home Assignment name Mod 0 HW 1 Chapter coverage 1 Displays with chapters 1 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 1.1: Introduction to Whole Numbers 1.1: Introduction to Whole Numbers 1 Section 1.1: Introduction to Whole Numbers 1.1: Introduction to Whole Numbers 1 1 1.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 1.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 1.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 1.1.11 Determine the place value of a whole number. No 1 5 1.1.13 Determine the place value of a whole number. No 1 6 1.1.21 Name the digit with a given place value. No 1 7 1.1.25 Name the digit with a given place value. No 1 8 1.1.33 Write a whole number in word form. No 1 9 1.1.35 Write a whole number in word form. No 1 10 1.1.37 Write a whole number in standard form. No 1 11 1.1.41 Write a whole number in expanded form. No 1 12 1.1.43 Write a whole number in expanded form. No 1 13 1.1.47 Write a whole number in standard form. No 1 14 1.1.53 Write a whole number in standard form. No 1 15 1.1.55 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 16 1.1.57 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 17 1.1.61 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 18 1.1.63 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 19 1.1.67 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 20 1.1.71 Read values from graphs. No 1 21 1.1.75 Read values from graphs. No 1 22 1.1.77 Read values from graphs. No 1 23 1.1.79 Read values from graphs. No 1 24 1.1.83 Read values from graphs. No 1 25 1.1.87 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 26 1.1.91 Solve applications. Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:29pm View Question Details Unit Course Home Assignment name Mod 0 HW 2 Chapter coverage 1 Displays with chapters 1 Total points 25 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 1.2: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers; Perimeter 1.2: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers; Perimeter 1 Section 1.2: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers; Perimeter 1.2: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers; Perimeter 1 1 1.2.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 1.2.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 1.2.17 Add whole numbers. No 1 4 1.2.21 Add whole numbers. No 1 5 1.2.27 Add whole numbers. No 1 6 1.2.33 Add whole numbers. No 1 7 1.2.39 Subtract whole numbers. No 1 8 1.2.49 Subtract whole numbers. No 1 9 1.2.55 Subtract whole numbers. No 1 10 1.2.59 Subtract whole numbers. No 1 11 1.2.61 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 12 1.2.63 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 13 1.2.67 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 14 1.2.69 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 15 1.2.71 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 16 1.2.85 Find perimeters. No 1 17 1.2.91 Find perimeters. No 1 18 1.2.93 Solve applications. No 1 19 1.2.95 Solve applications. No 1 20 1.2.99 Solve applications. No 1 21 1.2.101 Solve applications. No 1 22 1.2.103 Solve applications. No 1 23 1.2.111 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:29pm View Question Details Unit Course Home Assignment name Mod 0 HW 3 Chapter coverage 1 Displays with chapters 1 Total points 24 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 1.3: Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers; Area 1.3: Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers; Area 1 Section 1.3: Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers; Area 1.3: Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers; Area 1 Dividing Whole Numbers 1.3: Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers; Area 1 1 1.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 1.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 1.3.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 1.3.19 Multiply using the distributive property. No 1 5 1.3.21 Multiply using the distributive property. No 1 6 1.3.37 Multiply whole numbers. No 1 7 1.3.39 Multiply whole numbers. No 1 8 1.3.45 Multiply whole numbers. No 1 9 1.3.53 Divide whole numbers. No 1 10 1.3.57 Divide whole numbers. No 1 11 1.3.59 Divide whole numbers. No 1 12 1.3.73 Divide whole numbers. No 1 13 1.3.79 Translate words into math. No 1 14 1.3.81 Translate words into math. No 1 15 1.3.85 Translate words into math. No 1 16 1.3.95 Find areas. No 1 17 1.3.97 Find areas. No 1 18 1.3.101 Solve applications. No 1 19 1.3.105 Solve applications. No 1 20 1.3.115 Solve applications. No 1 21 1.3.119 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:29pm View Question Details Unit Course Home Assignment name Mod 0 HW 4 Chapter coverage 1 Displays with chapters 1 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 1.4: Exponents, Variables, and Algebraic Expressions 1.4: Exponents, Variables, and Algebraic Expressions 1 Section 1.4: Exponents, Variables, and Algebraic Expressions 1.4: Exponents, Variables, and Algebraic Expressions 1 1 1.4.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 1.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 1.4.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 1.4.13 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 1.4.17 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 6 1.4.19 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 7 1.4.21 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 8 1.4.23 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 9 1.4.27 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 10 1.4.33 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 11 1.4.35 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 12 1.4.41 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 13 1.4.47 Write expressions using variables. No 1 14 1.4.51 Write expressions using variables. No 1 15 1.4.55 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 16 1.4.59 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 17 1.4.61 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 18 1.4.63 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 19 1.4.65 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 20 1.4.67 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 21 1.4.71 Apply geometric formulas to evaluate areas and perimeters. No 1 22 1.4.77 Translate words into math. No 1 23 1.4.79 Translate words into math. No 1 24 1.4.105 Solve applications. No 1 25 1.4.107 Solve applications. No 1 26 1.4.109 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:30pm View Question Details Unit Course Home Assignment name Mod 0 HW 5 Chapter coverage 1 Displays with chapters 1 Total points 22 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 1.5: Rounding and Estimating; Square Roots 1.5: Rounding and Estimating; Square Roots 1 Section 1.5: Rounding and Estimating; Square Roots 1.5: Rounding and Estimating; Square Roots 1 Rounding Whole Numbers 1.5: Rounding and Estimating; Square Roots 1 1 1.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 1.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 1.5.11 Round whole numbers. No 1 4 1.5.15 Round whole numbers. No 1 5 1.5.17 Round whole numbers. No 1 6 1.5.19 Round whole numbers. No 1 7 1.5.21 Round whole numbers. No 1 8 1.5.27 Round whole numbers. No 1 9 1.5.29 Round whole numbers. No 1 10 1.5.31 Round whole numbers. No 1 11 1.5.35 Use rounding to approximate sums, differences, products, and quotients. No 1 12 1.5.37 Use rounding to approximate sums, differences, products, and quotients. No 1 13 1.5.39 Use rounding to approximate sums, differences, products, and quotients. No 1 14 1.5.61 Solve applications. No 1 15 1.5.63 Solve applications. No 1 16 1.5.65 Solve applications. No 1 17 1.5.67 Solve applications. No 1 18 1.5.71 Solve applications. No 1 19 1.5.73 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:30pm View Question Details Unit Course Home Assignment name Mod 0 HW 6 Chapter coverage 1 Displays with chapters 1 Total points 28 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 1.6: Order of Operations 1.6: Order of Operations 1 Section 1.6: Order of Operations 1.6: Order of Operations 1 Order of Operations 1.6: Order of Operations 1 Which Comes First 1.6: Order of Operations 1 1 1.6.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 1.6.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 1.6.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 1.6.7 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 5 1.6.9 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 6 1.6.11 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 7 1.6.13 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 8 1.6.17 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 9 1.6.19 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 10 1.6.29 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 11 1.6.31 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 12 1.6.47 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 13 1.6.51 Evaluate algebraic expressions for given values of variables. No 1 14 1.6.53 Evaluate algebraic expressions for given values of variables. No 1 15 1.6.61 Evaluate algebraic expressions for given values of variables. No 1 16 1.6.65 Translate words into symbols. No 1 17 1.6.69 Translate words into symbols. No 1 18 1.6.71 Translate words into symbols. No 1 19 1.6.73 Translate words into symbols. No 1 20 1.6.75 Translate words into symbols. No 1 21 1.6.77 Translate words into symbols. No 1 22 1.6.81 Solve applications. No 1 23 1.6.83 Solve applications. No 1 24 1.6.85 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 12:31pm View Question Details 1 of 6 Legend Unit Course Home Assignment name Mod 0 Post-test Chapter coverage 1 Displays with chapters 1 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Determine the place value of a whole number. No 1 1.1.13 Determine the place value of a whole number. No 1 1 1.1.17 Determine the place value of a whole number. No 1 1 1.1.21 Name the digit with a given place value. No 1 1 1.1.25 Name the digit with a given place value. No 1 1 1.1.27 Name the digit with a given place value. No 1 2 1.1.31 Write a whole number in word form. No 1 2 1.1.33 Write a whole number in word form. No 1 2 1.1.35 Write a whole number in word form. No 1 2 1.1.37 Write a whole number in standard form. No 1 2 1.1.39 Write a whole number in standard form. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 1.1.11 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 6 Student to show work # Points Write a whole number in expanded form. No 1 1.1.43 Write a whole number in expanded form. No 1 3 1.1.45 Write a whole number in expanded form. No 1 3 1.1.53 Write a whole number in standard form. No 1 4 1.1.63 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 4 1.1.65 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 4 1.1.67 Determine which of two whole numbers is greater. No 1 5 1.1.71 Read values from graphs. No 1 5 1.1.75 Read values from graphs. No 1 5 1.1.77 Read values from graphs. No 1 5 1.1.79 Read values from graphs. No 1 5 1.1.83 Read values from graphs. No 1 6 1.2.61 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 6 1.2.63 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 6 1.2.67 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 # Question ID Objective 3 1.1.41 3 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 6 Student to show work # Points Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 1.2.71 Translate a phrase into a mathematical expression and find the result No 1 7 1.2.85 Find perimeters. No 1 7 1.2.91 Find perimeters. No 1 8 1.2.93 Solve applications. No 1 8 1.2.95 Solve applications. No 1 8 1.2.99 Solve applications. No 1 8 1.2.101 Solve applications. No 1 8 1.2.103 Solve applications. No 1 9 1.3.19 Multiply using the distributive property. No 1 9 1.3.21 Multiply using the distributive property. No 1 10 1.3.57 Divide whole numbers. No 1 10 1.3.59 Divide whole numbers. No 1 10 1.3.71 Divide whole numbers. No 1 11 1.3.79 Translate words into math. No 1 11 1.3.81 Translate words into math. No 1 11 1.3.85 Translate words into math. No 1 12 1.3.95 Find areas. No 1 12 1.3.97 Find areas. No 1 13 1.3.101 Solve applications. No 1 13 1.3.105 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 6 1.2.69 6 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 4 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 1.3.111 Solve applications. No 1 13 1.3.115 Solve applications. No 1 14 1.4.17 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 14 1.4.19 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 14 1.4.21 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 14 1.4.23 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 14 1.4.27 Write expressions using exponential notation. No 1 15 1.4.35 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 15 1.4.39 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 15 1.4.41 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 15 1.4.43 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 15 1.4.45 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 16 1.4.55 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 17 1.4.59 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 # Question ID Objective 13 1.3.107 13 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 5 of 6 Student to show work # Points Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 1.4.63 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 18 1.4.65 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 18 1.4.67 Evaluate algebraic expressions. No 1 19 1.4.77 Translate words into math. No 1 19 1.4.79 Translate words into math. No 1 20 1.4.103 Solve applications. No 1 20 1.4.105 Solve applications. No 1 20 1.4.107 Solve applications. No 1 20 1.4.109 Solve applications. No 1 21 1.5.15 Round whole numbers. No 1 21 1.5.17 Round whole numbers. No 1 21 1.5.19 Round whole numbers. No 1 21 1.5.21 Round whole numbers. No 1 21 1.5.23 Round whole numbers. No 1 21 1.5.27 Round whole numbers. No 1 21 1.5.29 Round whole numbers. No 1 21 1.5.31 Round whole numbers. No 1 22 1.5.61 Solve applications. No 1 22 1.5.63 Solve applications. No 1 22 1.5.65 Solve applications. No 1 22 1.5.67 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 18 1.4.61 18 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 6 of 6 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 1.5.73 Solve applications. No 1 24 1.6.13 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 24 1.6.17 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 24 1.6.19 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 24 1.6.47 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 25 1.6.65 Translate words into symbols. No 1 25 1.6.69 Translate words into symbols. No 1 25 1.6.71 Translate words into symbols. No 1 25 1.6.73 Translate words into symbols. No 1 25 1.6.75 Translate words into symbols. No 1 25 1.6.77 Translate words into symbols. No 1 # Question ID Objective 23 1.5.71 23 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers American and Metric Conversions American Units Length 1 ft = 12 in. 1 yd = 36 in. 1 yd = 3 ft 1 mi = 1760 yd 1 mi = 5280 ft Capacity/Volume 1 c = 8 oz 1 pt = 2 c 1 qt = 2 pt 1 gal = 4 qt Weight 1 lb = 16 oz 1 T = 2000 lb Metric Units kilo * 1000 (km, kl, kg) hecto * 100 (hm, hl, hg) deka * 10 (dam, dal, dag) B a s e deci 1 * 10 (dm, dl, dg) centi 1 * 100 (cm, cl, cg) milli 1 * 1000 (mm, mL, mg) Meter, Liter, Gram American/Metric Conversions Length 1 in. = 2.54 cm 1 m L 1.09 yd 1 km L 0.62 mi Capacity/Volume 1 L L 1.06 qt 1 oz L 29.57 mL Weight 1 kg L 2.2 lb 1 oz = 28.35 g Temperature Compound Interest F = 95 C + 32 A = P A1 + nr B C = 59 (F - 32) nt Math XL Assignment Assignment Type Chapter(s) Unit Association UserAgreementQuiz MML Orientation ChecklistQuiz Custom XL Quiz Homework Exercises Custom XL Quiz Appendix O Appendix 41 42 43 Mod 1 HW 1 Mod 1 HW 2 Mod 1 HW 3 Mod 1 HW 4 Mod 1 HW 5 Mod 1 Written HW Mod 1 Practice Test Mod 1 Pre-test Mod 1 Post-test Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework Quiz Quiz Test 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 51 51 51 Mod 2a HW 1 Mod 2a HW 2 Mod 2a HW 3 Mod 2a HW 4 Mod 2a HW 5 Mod 2a HW 6 Mod 2a Written HW Mod 2a Practice Test Mod 2a Pre-test Mod 2a Post-test Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework Quiz Quiz Test 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 52 52 52 Mod 2b HW 1 Mod 2b HW 2 Mod 2b HW 3 Mod 2b HW 4 Mod 2b HW 5 Mod 2b Written HW Mod 2b Practice Test Mod 2b Pre-test Mod 2b Post-test Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework Quiz Quiz Test 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 53 53 53 Mod 3 HW 1 Mod 3 HW 2 Mod 3 HW 3 Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) 3 3 3 7 7 7 Mod 3 HW 4 Mod 3 HW 5 Mod 3 HW 6 Mod 3 Written HW Mod 3 Practice Test Mod 3 Pre-test Mod 3 Post-test Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework (MA) Homework 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Post-test Right Content Pane Link Unit Association XL Quiz: UserAgreementQuiz None None External Web: www.rctc.edu/webportal/ PDF Document: WhereDoIStart PDF Document: RCTCModRequirements None None PDF Document: OrganizingMyFolder XL HW: MMLOrientation XL Quiz: CheckListQuiz None 41 --------42 43 -- None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 2 XL Quiz: Mod 1 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 2 XL Quiz: Mod 1 Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 1 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 1 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 1 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 2 XL Quiz: Mod 1 Post-test --51 -51 1 -2 51 -51 MOD 2a MOD 2a ---> Test Out None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 4 XL Quiz: Mod 2a Practice Test MOD 2a ---> Study Plan Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 4 MOD 2a ---> Pre-test XL Quiz: Mod 2a Pre-test MOD 2a ---> Homework XL HW: All Mod 2a MML HW Assignments MOD 2a ---> Written Assignment PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 2a Written Assignment MOD 2a ---> Finish this Mod XL Quiz: Mod 2a Practice Test MOD 2a ---> Review Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 4 MOD 2a ---> Post-test XL Quiz: Mod 2a Post-test --52 -52 3 -4 52 -52 MOD 2b MOD 2b ---> Test Out --- None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 5 MOD 2b ---> Study Plan MOD 2b ---> Pre-test MOD 2b ---> Homework MOD 2b ---> Written Assignment MOD 2b ---> Finish this Mod MOD 2b ---> Review MOD 2b ---> Post-test MOD 3 MOD 3 ---> Test Out MOD 3 ---> Study Plan MOD 3 ---> Pre-test MOD 3 ---> Homework MOD 3 ---> Written Assignment MOD 3 ---> Finish this Mod MOD 3 ---> Review MOD 3 ---> Post-test MOD 4 MOD 4 ---> Test Out MOD 4 ---> Study Plan MOD 4 ---> Pre-test MOD 4 ---> Homework MOD 4 ---> Written Assignment MOD 4 ---> Finish this Mod MOD 4 ---> Review MOD 4 ---> Post-test XL Quiz: Mod 2b Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 5 XL Quiz: Mod 2b Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 2b MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 2b Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 2b Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 5 XL Quiz: Mod 2b Post-test 53 -53 5 -6 53 -53 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 3 XL Quiz: Mod 3 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 3 XL Quiz: Mod 3 Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 3 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 3 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 3 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 3 XL Quiz: Mod 3 Post-test --54 -54 7 -8 54 -54 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 6 XL Quiz: Mod 4 Practice Test PDF Document: FormulaSheet Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 6 PDF Document: FormulaSheet XL Quiz: Mod 4 Pre-test PDF Document: FormulaSheet XL HW: All Mod 4 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: FormulaSheet PDF Document: WrittenWork PDF Document: FormulaSheet XL HW: Mod 4 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 4 Practice Test PDF Document: FormulaSheet Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 6 PDF Document: FormulaSheet XL Quiz: Mod 4 Post-test PDF Document: FormulaSheet --55 ---55 -9 ---10 55 ---55 -- MOD 5 MOD 5 ---> Test Out MOD 5 ---> Study Plan MOD 5 ---> Pre-test MOD 5 ---> Homework MOD 5 ---> Written Assignment MOD 5 ---> Finish this Mod MOD 5 ---> Review MOD 5 ---> Post-test MOD 6 MOD 6 ---> Test Out MOD 6 ---> Study Plan MOD 6 ---> Pre-test MOD 6 ---> Homework MOD 6 ---> Written Assignment MOD 6 ---> Finish this Mod MOD 6 ---> Review MOD 6 ---> Post-test MOD 7 MOD 7 ---> Test Out MOD 7 ---> Study Plan MOD 7 ---> Pre-test MOD 7 ---> Homework MOD 7 ---> Written Assignment MOD 7 ---> Finish this Mod MOD 7 ---> Review MOD 7 ---> Post-test MOD 8 MOD 8 ---> Test Out MOD 8 ---> Study Plan None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 7 XL Quiz: Mod 5 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 7 XL Quiz: Mod 5 Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 5 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 5 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 5 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 7 XL Quiz: Mod 5 Post-test --56 -56 11 -12 56 -56 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 10 XL Quiz: Mod 6 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 10 XL Quiz: Mod 6 Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 6 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 6 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 6 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 10 XL Quiz: Mod 6 Post-test --57 -57 13 -14 57 -57 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 12 XL Quiz: Mod 8 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 12 XL Quiz: Mod 8 Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 8 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 8 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 8 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 12 XL Quiz: Mod 8 Post-test --59 -59 17 -18 59 -59 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 11 XL Quiz: Mod 7 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 11 --58 -- MOD 8 ---> Pre-test MOD 8 ---> Homework MOD 8 ---> Written Assignment MOD 8 ---> Finish this Mod MOD 8 ---> Review MOD 8 ---> Post-test MOD 9 MOD 9 ---> Test Out MOD 9 ---> Study Plan MOD 9 ---> Pre-test MOD 9 ---> Homework MOD 9 ---> Written Assignment MOD 9 ---> Finish this Mod MOD 9 ---> Review MOD 9 ---> Post-test XL Quiz: Mod 7 Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 7 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 7 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 7 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 11 XL Quiz: Mod 7 Post-test 58 15 -16 58 -58 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 13 XL Quiz: Mod 9 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 13 XL Quiz: Mod 9 Pre-test XL HW: All Mod 9 MML HW Assignments PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 9 Written Assignment XL Quiz: Mod 9 Practice Test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 13 XL Quiz: Mod 9 Post-test --60 -60 19 -20 60 -60 MOD 10 MOD 10 ---> Test Out None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 14 XL Quiz: Mod 10 Practice Test MOD 10 ---> Study Plan Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 14 MOD 10 ---> Pre-test XL Quiz: Mod 10 Pre-test MOD 10 ---> Homework XL HW: All Mod 10 MML HW Assignments MOD 10 ---> Written Assignment PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 10 Written Assignment MOD 10 ---> Finish this Mod XL Quiz: Mod 10 Practice Test MOD 10 ---> Review Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 14 MOD 10 ---> Post-test XL Quiz: Mod 10 Post-test --61 -61 21 -22 61 -61 MOD 11a MOD 11a ---> Test Out --62 -62 23 -24 62 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 15 XL Quiz: Mod 11a Practice Test MOD 11a ---> Study Plan Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 15 MOD 11a ---> Pre-test XL Quiz: Mod 11a Pre-test MOD 11a ---> Homework XL HW: All Mod 11a MML HW Assignments MOD 11a ---> Written Assignment PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 11a Written Assignment MOD 11a ---> Finish this Mod XL Quiz: Mod 11a Practice Test MOD 11a ---> Review MOD 11a ---> Post-test Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 15 XL Quiz: Mod 11a Post-test -62 MOD 11b MOD 11b ---> Test Out None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 16 XL Quiz: Mod 11b Practice Test MOD 11b ---> Study Plan Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 16 MOD 11b ---> Pre-test XL Quiz: Mod 11b Pre-test MOD 11b ---> Homework XL HW: All Mod 11a MML HW Assignments MOD 11b ---> Written Assignment PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 11b Written Assignment MOD 11b ---> Finish this Mod XL Quiz: Mod 11b Practice Test MOD 11b ---> Review Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 16 MOD 11b ---> Post-test XL Quiz: Mod 11b Post-test --63 -63 25 -26 63 -63 MOD 12a MOD 12a ---> Test Out None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 17 XL Quiz: Mod 12a Practice Test MOD 12a ---> Study Plan Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 17 MOD 12a ---> Pre-test XL Quiz: Mod 12a Pre-test MOD 12a ---> Homework XL HW: All Mod 12a MML HW Assignments MOD 12a ---> Written Assignment PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 12a Written Assignment MOD 12a ---> Finish this Mod XL Quiz: Mod 12a Practice Test MOD 12a ---> Review Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 17 MOD 12a ---> Post-test XL Quiz: Mod 12a Post-test --64 -64 27 -28 64 -64 MOD 12b MOD 12b ---> Test Out --65 -65 29 -30 65 -65 None e-text: Link directly to Chapter 18 XL Quiz: Mod 12b Practice Test MOD 12b ---> Study Plan Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 18 MOD 12b ---> Pre-test XL Quiz: Mod 12b Pre-test MOD 12b ---> Homework XL HW: All Mod 12b MML HW Assignments MOD 12b ---> Written Assignment PDF Document: WrittenWork XL HW: Mod 12b Written Assignment MOD 12b ---> Finish this Mod XL Quiz: Mod 12b Practice Test MOD 12b ---> Review Study Plan: Link Directly to Chapter 18 MOD 12b ---> Post-test XL Quiz: Mod 12b Post-test MOD 0 XL HW and Tests (All Mod 0 content) 45 2 of 8 Order Ch. 1 Appendix 2 O 3 Appendix 4 Assignment Name Due Category Assigned Start Actions UserAgreementQuiz 02/04/13 1:00am -- Choose -- MML Orientation 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- CheckListQuiz 02/04/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 2 Mod 1 HW 1 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 5 2 Mod 1 HW 2 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 6 2 Mod 1 HW 3 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 7 2 Mod 1 HW 4 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 8 2 Mod 1 HW 5 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 9 2 Mod 1 Written HW 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 10 2 Mod 1 Practice Test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 11 2 Mod 1 Pre-test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 12 2 Mod 1 Post-test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 13 O‑GA 14 4 Mod 2a HW 1 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 15 4 Mod 2a HW 2 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 16 4 Mod 2a HW 3 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 17 4 Mod 2a HW 4 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 18 4 Mod 2a HW 5 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 19 4 Mod 2a HW 6 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 20 4 Mod 2a Written HW 04/04/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 21 4 Mod 2a Practice Test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 22 4 Mod 2a Pre-test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 23 4 Mod 2a Post-test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 24 O‑GA Mod 1 Written Work Points (Offline) Mod 2a Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- -- Choose -- 3 of 8 25 5 Mod 2b HW 1 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 26 5 Mod 2b HW 2 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 27 5 Mod 2b HW 3 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 28 5 Mod 2b HW 4 (MA) 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 29 5 Mod 2b HW 5 (MA) 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 30 5 Mod 2b Written HW 04/04/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 31 5 Mod 2b Practice Test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 32 5 Mod 2b Pre-test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 33 5 Mod 2b Post-test 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 34 O‑GA 35 3 Mod 3 HW 1 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 36 3 Mod 3 HW 2 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 37 3 Mod 3 HW 3 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 38 3, 9 Mod 3 HW 4 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 39 4, 5 Mod 3 HW 5 (MA) 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 40 3, 9 Mod 3 HW 6 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 41 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Written HW 04/07/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 42 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Practice Test 04/07/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 43 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Pre-test 04/07/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 44 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Post-test 04/07/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 45 O‑GA Mod 3 Written Work Points (Offline) 46 6 Mod 4 HW 1 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 47 6 Mod 4 HW 2 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 48 6 Mod 4 HW 3 (MA) 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 49 6 Mod 4 HW 4 (MA) 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- Mod 2b Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- -- Choose -- 4 of 8 50 6 Mod 4 HW 5 (MA) 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 51 6 Mod 4 Written HW 04/08/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 52 6 Mod 4 Practice Test 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 53 6 Mod 4 Pre-test 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 54 6 Mod 4 Post-test 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 55 O‑GA 56 7 Mod 5 HW 1 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 57 7 Mod 5 HW 2 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 58 7 Mod 5 HW 3 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 59 7 Mod 5 HW 4 (MA) 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 60 7 Mod 5 HW 5 (MA) 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 61 7 Mod 5 Written HW 04/08/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 62 7 Mod 5 Practice Test 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 63 7 Mod 5 Pre-test 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 64 7 Mod 5 Post-test 09/10/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 65 O‑GA 66 10 Mod 6 HW 1 (MA) 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 67 10 Mod 6 HW 2 (MA) 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 68 10 Mod 6 HW 3 (MA) 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 69 10 Mod 6 HW 4 (MA) 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 70 10 Mod 6 HW 5 (MA) 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 71 10 Mod 6 HW 6 (MA) 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 72 10 Mod 6 Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 73 10 Mod 6 Practice Test 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 74 10 Mod 6 Pre-test 09/17/12 1:00am -- Choose -- Mod 4 Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- Mod 5 Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- 5 of 8 75 10 Mod 6 Post-test 09/17/12 1:00am 76 O‑GA 77 12 Mod 7 HW 1 (MA) 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 78 12 Mod 7 HW 2 (MA) 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 79 12 Mod 7 HW 3 (MA) 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 80 12 Mod 7 HW 4 (MA) 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 81 12 Mod 7 HW 5 (MA) 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 82 12 Mod 7 HW 6 (MA) 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 83 12 Mod 7 Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 84 12 Mod 7 Practice Test 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 85 12 Mod 7 Pre-test 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 86 12 Mod 7 Post-test 10/03/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 87 O‑GA 88 11 Mod 8 HW 1 (MA) 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 89 11 Mod 8 HW 2 (MA) 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 90 11 Mod 8 HW 3 (MA) 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 91 9 Mod 8 HW 4 (MA) 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 92 11 Mod 8 HW 5 (MA) 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 93 9, 11 Mod 8 Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 94 9, 11 Mod 8 Practice Test 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 95 9, 11 Mod 8 Pre-test 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 96 9, 11 Mod 8 Post-test 10/01/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 97 O‑GA Mod 8 Written Work Points (Offline) 98 13 Mod 6 Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- Mod 7 Written Work Points (Offline) Mod 9 HW 1 (MA) -- Choose -- -- Choose -- -- Choose -- 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 6 of 8 99 13 Mod 9 HW 2 (MA) 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 100 13 Mod 9 HW 3 (MA) 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 101 13 Mod 9 HW 4 (MA) 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 102 13 Mod 9 HW 5 (MA) 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 103 13 Mod 9 HW 6 (MA) 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 104 13 Mod 9 Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 105 13 Mod 9 Practice Test 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 106 13 Mod 9 Pre-test 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 107 13 Mod 9 Post-test 10/09/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 108 O‑GA 109 14 Mod 10 HW 1 (MA) 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 110 14 Mod 10 HW 2 (MA) 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 111 14 Mod 10 HW 3 (MA) 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 112 14 Mod 10 HW 4 (MA) 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 113 14 Mod 10 HW 5 (MA) 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 114 14 Mod 10 Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 115 14 Mod 10 Practice Test 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 116 14 Mod 10 Pre-test 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 117 14 Mod 10 Post-test 11/02/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 118 O‑GA Mod 10 Written Work Points (Offline) 119 15 Mod 11a HW 1 (MA) 11/12/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 120 15 Mod 11a HW 2 (MA) 11/12/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 121 15 Mod 11a HW 3 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 122 15 Mod 11a HW 4 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 123 15 Mod 11a HW 5 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- Mod 9 Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- -- Choose -- 7 of 8 124 15 Mod 11a Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 125 15 Mod 11a Practice Test 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 126 15 Mod 11a Pre-test 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 127 15 Mod 11a Post-test 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 128 O‑GA 129 16 Mod 11b HW 1 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 130 16 Mod 11b HW 2 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 131 16 Mod 11b HW 3 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 132 16 Mod 11b HW 4 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 133 16 Mod 11b Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 134 16 Mod 11b Practice Test 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 135 16 Mod 11b Pre-test 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 136 16 Mod 11b Post-test 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 137 O‑GA 138 17 Mod 12a HW 1 (MA) 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 139 17 Mod 12a HW 2 (MA) 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 140 17 Mod 12a HW 3 (MA) 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 141 17 Mod 12a HW 4 (MA) 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 142 17 Mod 12a HW 5 (MA) 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 143 17 Mod 12a HW 6 (MA) 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 144 17 Mod 12a HW 7 (MA) 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 145 17 Mod 12a Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 146 17 Mod 12a Practice Test 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 147 17 Mod 12a Pre-test 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 148 17 Mod 12a Post-test 10/23/12 1:00am -- Choose -- Mod 11a Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- Mod 11b Written Work Points (Offline) -- Choose -- 149 O‑GA Mod 12a Written Work Points (Offline) 150 18 Mod 12b HW 1 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 151 18 Mod 12b HW 2 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 152 18 Mod 12b HW 3 (MA) 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 153 18 Mod 12b HW 4 (MA) 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 154 18 Mod 12b Written HW 04/05/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 155 18 Mod 12b Practice Test 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 156 18 Mod 12b Pre-test 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 157 18 Mod 12b Post-test 11/13/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 158 O‑GA Mod 12b Written Work Points (Offline) 159 1 Mod 0 HW 1 (MA) 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 160 1 Mod 0 HW 2 (MA) 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 161 1 Mod 0 HW 3 (MA) 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 162 1 Mod 0 HW 4 (MA) 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 163 1 Mod 0 HW 5 (MA) 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 164 1 Mod 0 HW 6 (MA) 08/21/12 1:00am -- Choose -- 165 1 Mod 0 Practice Test 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 166 1 Mod 0 Post-test 04/03/13 1:00am -- Choose -- 167 Appendix Attendance (Offline) This course is based on Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Copyright 2013 Pearson Education 8 of 8 -- Choose -- -- Choose -- -- Choose -- Terry Krieger QA Instructor 06/03/13 CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e 10:33am Set Prerequisites Legend Review Due Dates & Assigned Status Select prerequisites for the assignments listed below. Basic Settings These are prerequisites: Prerequisite Item 1 of 6 Advanced Settings For these assignments: Minimum Score (Optional) Ch. Assignment None % Appendix UserAgreementQuiz None % O None % Appendix MML Orientation % 2 Mod 1 HW 1 Mod 1 HW 1 % 2 Mod 1 HW 2 Mod 1 HW 2 % 2 Mod 1 HW 3 Mod 1 HW 3 % 2 Mod 1 HW 4 Mod 1 HW 4 % 2 Mod 1 HW 5 Mod 1 HW 5 % 2 Mod 1 Written HW None % 2 Mod 1 Practice Test None % 2 Mod 1 Pre-test Mod 1 Practice Test % 2 Mod 1 Post-test Mod 1 Post-test % 4 Mod 2a HW 1 Mod 2a HW 1 % 4 Mod 2a HW 2 Mod 2a HW 2 % 4 Mod 2a HW 3 Mod 2a HW 3 % 4 Mod 2a HW 4 Mod 2a HW 4 % 4 Mod 2a HW 5 Mod 2a HW 5 % 4 Mod 2a HW 6 Mod 2a HW 6 % 4 Mod 2a Written HW None % 4 Mod 2a Practice Test None % 4 Mod 2a Pre-test MML Orientation CheckListQuiz These are prerequisites: Prerequisite Item 2 of 6 For these assignments: Minimum Score (Optional) Ch. Assignment Mod 2a Practice Test % 4 Mod 2a Post-test Mod 1 Post-test % 5 Mod 2b HW 1 Mod 2b HW 1 % 5 Mod 2b HW 2 Mod 2b HW 2 % 5 Mod 2b HW 3 Mod 2a HW 3 % 5 Mod 2b HW 4 Mod 2b HW 4 % 5 Mod 2b HW 5 Mod 2b HW 5 % 5 Mod 2b Written HW None % 5 Mod 2b Practice Test None % 5 Mod 2b Pre-test Mod 2b Practice Test % 5 Mod 2b Post-test Mod 2a Post-test % 3 Mod 3 HW 1 Mod 3 HW 1 % 3 Mod 3 HW 2 Mod 3 HW 2 % 3 Mod 3 HW 3 Mod 3 HW 3 % 3, 9 Mod 3 HW 4 Mod 3 HW 4 % 4, 5 Mod 3 HW 5 Mod 3 HW 5 % 3, 9 Mod 3 HW 6 Mod 3 HW 6 % 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Written HW None % 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Practice Test None % 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Pre-test Mod 3 Practice Test % 3‑5, 9 Mod 3 Post-test Mod 2b Post-test % 6 Mod 4 HW 1 Mod 4 HW 1 % 6 Mod 4 HW 2 Mod 4 HW 2 % 6 Mod 4 HW 3 Mod 4 HW 3 % 6 Mod 4 HW 4 Mod 4 HW 4 % 6 Mod 4 HW 5 Mod 4 HW 5 % 6 Mod 4 Written HW None % 6 Mod 4 Practice Test None % 6 Mod 4 Pre-test These are prerequisites: Prerequisite Item 3 of 6 For these assignments: Minimum Score (Optional) Ch. Assignment Mod 4 Practice Test % 6 Mod 4 Post-test MML Orientation % 7 Mod 5 HW 1 Mod 5 HW 1 % 7 Mod 5 HW 2 Mod 5 HW 2 % 7 Mod 5 HW 3 Mod 5 HW 3 % 7 Mod 5 HW 4 Mod 5 HW 4 % 7 Mod 5 HW 5 Mod 5 HW 5 % 7 Mod 5 Written HW None % 7 Mod 5 Practice Test None % 7 Mod 5 Pre-test Mod 5 Practice Test % 7 Mod 5 Post-test Mod 4 Post-test % 10 Mod 6 HW 1 Mod 6 HW 1 % 10 Mod 6 HW 2 Mod 6 HW 2 % 10 Mod 6 HW 3 Mod 6 HW 3 % 10 Mod 6 HW 4 Mod 6 HW 4 % 10 Mod 6 HW 5 Mod 6 HW 5 % 10 Mod 6 HW 6 Mod 6 HW 6 % 10 Mod 6 Written HW None % 10 Mod 6 Practice Test None % 10 Mod 6 Pre-test Mod 6 Practice Test % 10 Mod 6 Post-test Mod 5 Post-test % 12 Mod 7 HW 1 Mod 7 HW 1 % 12 Mod 7 HW 2 Mod 7 HW 2 % 12 Mod 7 HW 3 Mod 7 HW 3 % 12 Mod 7 HW 4 Mod 7 HW 4 % 12 Mod 7 HW 5 Mod 7 HW 5 % 12 Mod 7 HW 6 Mod 7 HW 6 % 12 Mod 7 Written HW None % 12 Mod 7 Practice Test These are prerequisites: Prerequisite Item 4 of 6 For these assignments: Minimum Score (Optional) Ch. Assignment None % 12 Mod 7 Pre-test Mod 7 Practice Test % 12 Mod 7 Post-test Mod 6 Post-test % 11 Mod 8 HW 1 Mod 8 HW 1 % 11 Mod 8 HW 2 Mod 8 HW 2 % 11 Mod 8 HW 3 Mod 8 HW 3 % 9 Mod 8 HW 4 Mod 8 HW 4 % 11 Mod 8 HW 5 Mod 8 HW 5 % 9, 11 Mod 8 Written HW None % 9, 11 Mod 8 Practice Test None % 9, 11 Mod 8 Pre-test Mod 8 Practice Test % 9, 11 Mod 8 Post-test Mod 7 Post-test % 13 Mod 9 HW 1 Mod 9 HW 1 % 13 Mod 9 HW 2 Mod 9 HW 2 % 13 Mod 9 HW 3 Mod 9 HW 3 % 13 Mod 9 HW 4 Mod 9 HW 4 % 13 Mod 9 HW 5 Mod 9 HW 5 % 13 Mod 9 HW 6 Mod 9 HW 6 % 13 Mod 9 Written HW None % 13 Mod 9 Practice Test None % 13 Mod 9 Pre-test Mod 9 Practice Test % 13 Mod 9 Post-test Mod 8 Post-test % 14 Mod 10 HW 1 Mod 10 HW 1 % 14 Mod 10 HW 2 Mod 10 HW 2 % 14 Mod 10 HW 3 Mod 10 HW 3 % 14 Mod 10 HW 4 Mod 10 HW 4 % 14 Mod 10 HW 5 Mod 10 HW 5 % 14 Mod 10 Written HW None % 14 Mod 10 Practice Test These are prerequisites: Prerequisite Item 5 of 6 For these assignments: Minimum Score (Optional) Ch. Assignment None % 14 Mod 10 Pre-test Mod 10 Practice Test % 14 Mod 10 Post-test Mod 9 Post-test % 15 Mod 11a HW 1 Mod 11a HW 1 % 15 Mod 11a HW 2 Mod 11a HW 2 % 15 Mod 11a HW 3 Mod 11a HW 3 % 15 Mod 11a HW 4 Mod 11a HW 4 % 15 Mod 11a HW 5 Mod 11a HW 5 % 15 Mod 11a Written HW None % 15 Mod 11a Practice Test None % 15 Mod 11a Pre-test Mod 11a Practice Test % 15 Mod 11a Post-test Mod 10 Post-test % 16 Mod 11b HW 1 Mod 11b HW 1 % 16 Mod 11b HW 2 Mod 11b HW 2 % 16 Mod 11b HW 3 Mod 11b HW 3 % 16 Mod 11b HW 4 Mod 11b HW 4 % 16 Mod 11b Written HW None % 16 Mod 11b Practice Test None % 16 Mod 11b Pre-test Mod 11b Practice Test % 16 Mod 11b Post-test Mod 11a Post-test % 17 Mod 12a HW 1 Mod 12a HW 1 % 17 Mod 12a HW 2 Mod 12a HW 2 % 17 Mod 12a HW 3 Mod 12a HW 3 % 17 Mod 12a HW 4 Mod 12a HW 4 % 17 Mod 12a HW 5 Mod 12a HW 5 % 17 Mod 12a HW 6 Mod 12a HW 6 % 17 Mod 12a HW 7 Mod 12a HW 7 % 17 Mod 12a Written HW None % 17 Mod 12a Practice Test These are prerequisites: Prerequisite Item For these assignments: Minimum Score (Optional) Assignment None % 17 Mod 12a Pre-test Mod 12a Practice Test % 17 Mod 12a Post-test Mod 11b Post-test % 18 Mod 12b HW 1 Mod 12b HW 1 % 18 Mod 12b HW 2 Mod 12b HW 2 % 18 Mod 12b HW 3 Mod 12b HW 3 % 18 Mod 12b HW 4 Mod 12b HW 4 % 18 Mod 12b Written HW None % 18 Mod 12b Practice Test None % 18 Mod 12b Pre-test Mod 12b Practice Test % 18 Mod 12b Post-test None % 1 Mod 0 HW 1 None % 1 Mod 0 HW 2 None % 1 Mod 0 HW 3 None % 1 Mod 0 HW 4 None % 1 Mod 0 HW 5 None % 1 Mod 0 HW 6 None % 1 Mod 0 Practice Test Mod 0 Practice Test % 1 Mod 0 Post-test This course is based on Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Copyright 2013 Pearson Education 6 of 6 Ch. Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:37am View Question Details Unit 1 Assignment name Mod 1 HW 1 Chapter coverage 2 Displays with chapters 2 Total points 30 # 1 of 2 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 2.1: Integers and the Number Line 2.1: Integers and the Number Line 1 Section 2.1: Integers and the Number Line 2.1: Integers and the Number Line 1 Determining the Order of Real Numbers 2.1: Integers and the Number Line 1 1 2.1.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 2.1.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 2.1.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 2.1.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 2.1.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 6 2.1.11 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 7 2.1.13 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 8 2.1.21 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 9 2.1.25 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 10 2.1.27 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 11 2.1.31 Graph integers on a number line. No 1 12 2.1.33 Graph integers on a number line. No 1 13 2.1.37 Compare integers. No 1 14 2.1.39 Compare integers. No 1 15 2.1.43 Compare integers. No 1 16 2.1.49 Simplify absolute value expressions. No 1 17 2.1.53 Simplify absolute value expressions. No 1 18 2.1.57 Simplify absolute value expressions. No 1 19 2.1.59 Simplify absolute value expressions. No 1 20 2.1.65 Compare absolute value expressions. No 1 21 2.1.67 Compare absolute value expressions. No 1 22 2.1.71 Solve applications. No 1 23 2.1.73 Solve applications. No 1 24 2.1.75 Solve applications. No 1 2 of 2 Student to show work # Points Solve applications. No 1 2.1.81 Solve applications. No 1 2.1.85 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association 25 2.1.77 26 27 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:39am View Question Details Unit 1 Assignment name Mod 1 HW 2 Chapter coverage 2 Displays with chapters 2 Total points 28 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 2.2: Adding Integers 2.2: Adding Integers 1 Section 2.2: Adding Integers 2.2: Adding Integers 1 Adding Signed Numbers 2.2: Adding Integers 1 1 2.2.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 2.2.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 2.2.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 2.2.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 2.2.9 Find the sum of two integers. No 1 6 2.2.11 Find the sum of two integers. No 1 7 2.2.19 Find the sum of two integers. No 1 8 2.2.21 Find the sum of two integers. No 1 9 2.2.23 Find the sum of two integers. No 1 10 2.2.27 Find the sum of two integers. No 1 11 2.2.29 Find the sum of two integers. No 1 12 2.2.31 Identify properties of addition. No 1 13 2.2.35 Identify properties of addition. No 1 14 2.2.39 Find the sum of more than two integers. No 1 15 2.2.43 Find the sum of more than two integers. No 1 16 2.2.45 Find the sum of more than two integers. No 1 17 2.2.49 Evaluate x+y for given values of variables. No 1 18 2.2.51 Evaluate x+y for given values of variables. No 1 19 2.2.57 Use a number line to find a sum. No 1 20 2.2.59 Use a number line to find a sum. No 1 21 2.2.71 Solve applications. No 1 22 2.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 23 2.2.75 Solve applications. No 1 24 2.2.77 Solve applications. No 1 25 2.2.79 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:40am View Question Details Unit 1 Assignment name Mod 1 HW 3 Chapter coverage 2 Displays with chapters 2 Total points 26 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 2.3: Subtracting Integers 2.3: Subtracting Integers 1 Section 2.3: Subtracting Integers 2.3: Subtracting Integers 1 Subtracting Signed Numbers 2.3: Subtracting Integers 1 1 2.3.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 2.3.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 2.3.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 2.3.9 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 5 2.3.11 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 6 2.3.13 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 7 2.3.15 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 8 2.3.17 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 9 2.3.21 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 10 2.3.23 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 11 2.3.27 Find the difference of two integers. No 1 12 2.3.29 Evaluate x-y for given values of variables. No 1 13 2.3.31 Evaluate x-y for given values of variables. No 1 14 2.3.35 Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 15 2.3.39 Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 16 2.3.41 Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 17 2.3.43 Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 18 2.3.65 Solve applications. No 1 19 2.3.67 Solve applications. No 1 20 2.3.69 Solve applications. No 1 21 2.3.71 Solve applications. No 1 22 2.3.73 Solve applications. No 1 23 2.3.75 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:41am View Question Details Unit 1 Assignment name Mod 1 HW 4 Chapter coverage 2 Displays with chapters 2 Total points 29 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 2.4: Multiplying and Dividing Integers 2.4: Multiplying and Dividing Integers 1 Section 2.4: Multiplying and Dividing Integers 2.4: Multiplying and Dividing Integers 1 1 2.4.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 2.4.5 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 2.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 4 2.4.9 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 5 2.4.15 Multiply integers. No 1 6 2.4.17 Multiply integers. No 1 7 2.4.21 Multiply integers. No 1 8 2.4.23 Multiply integers. No 1 9 2.4.27 Multiply integers. No 1 10 2.4.29 Multiply integers. No 1 11 2.4.33 Multiply integers. No 1 12 2.4.41 Identify properties of multiplication. No 1 13 2.4.43 Identify properties of multiplication. No 1 14 2.4.49 Identify properties of multiplication. No 1 15 2.4.51 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 16 2.4.53 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 17 2.4.55 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 18 2.4.67 Divide integers. No 1 19 2.4.71 Divide integers. No 1 20 2.4.73 Divide integers. No 1 21 2.4.77 Divide integers. No 1 22 2.4.79 Divide integers. No 1 23 2.4.99 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 24 2.4.103 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 25 2.4.105 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 26 2.4.111 Solve applications. No 1 27 2.4.115 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:42am View Question Details Unit 1 Assignment name Mod 1 HW 5 Chapter coverage 2 Displays with chapters 2 Total points 23 # 1 of 1 Legend Question ID / Media Objective / Book Association Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Student to show work # Points Section 2.5: Order of Operations; Averages 2.5: Order of Operations; Averages 1 Section 2.5: Order of Operations; Averages 2.5: Order of Operations; Averages 1 1 2.5.1 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 2 2.5.3 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 3 2.5.5 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 4 2.5.7 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 5 2.5.9 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 6 2.5.11 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 7 2.5.13 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 8 2.5.15 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 9 2.5.19 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 10 2.5.23 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 11 2.5.29 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 12 2.5.37 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 13 2.5.41 Insert parentheses to indicate the proper order of operations. No 1 14 2.5.43 Insert parentheses to indicate the proper order of operations. No 1 15 2.5.47 Insert parentheses to indicate the proper order of operations. No 1 16 2.5.49 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 17 2.5.53 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 18 2.5.59 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 19 2.5.63 Solve applications. No 1 20 2.5.67 Solve applications. No 1 21 2.5.69 Solve applications. No 1 Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:42am View Question Details Unit 2 Assignment name Mod 1 Written HW Chapter coverage 2 Displays with chapters 2 Total points 10 Student to show work # Points Compare absolute value expressions. No 1 2.1.39 Compare integers. No 1 3 2.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 4 2.2.79 Solve applications. No 1 5 2.3.39 Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 6 2.3.71 Solve applications. No 1 7 2.4.103 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 8 2.4.111 Solve applications. No 1 9 2.5.9 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 2.5.69 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 2.1.65 2 10 1 of 1 Legend Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Tries within Each Question Course: CUSTOM Rockswold/Krieger: Developmental Math with Applications & Visualization Student: Terry Krieger Instructor: QA Instructor Date: 06/03/13 Book: Rockswold: Developmental Math, 1e Time: 10:43am View Question Details 1 of 5 Legend Unit 51 Assignment name Mod 1 Post-test Chapter coverage 2 Displays with chapters 2 Pooling Question pooling enabled Total points 25 Student to show work # Points Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 2.1.13 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 1 2.1.17 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 2 2.1.21 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 2 2.1.25 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 2 2.1.27 Find opposites (or additive inverses) of given integers. No 1 3 2.1.31 Graph integers on a number line. No 1 3 2.1.33 Graph integers on a number line. No 1 4 2.1.37 Compare integers. No 1 # Question ID Objective 1 2.1.11 1 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 2 of 5 Student to show work # Points Compare integers. No 1 2.1.43 Compare integers. No 1 4 2.1.47 Compare integers. No 1 5 2.1.57 Simplify absolute value expressions. No 1 5 2.1.59 Simplify absolute value expressions. No 1 6 2.1.65 Compare absolute value expressions. No 1 6 2.1.67 Compare absolute value expressions. No 1 7 2.1.75 Solve applications. No 1 7 2.1.81 Solve applications. No 1 7 2.1.85 Solve applications. No 1 8 2.2.49 Evaluate x+y for given values of variables. No 1 8 2.2.51 Evaluate x+y for given values of variables. No 1 9 2.2.71 Solve applications. No 1 9 2.2.73 Solve applications. No 1 10 2.2.77 Solve applications. No 1 10 2.2.79 Solve applications. No 1 11 2.3.29 Evaluate x-y for given values of variables. No 1 11 2.3.31 Evaluate x-y for given values of variables. No 1 12 2.3.35 Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 # Question ID Objective 4 2.1.39 4 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers 3 of 5 Student to show work # Points Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 2.3.43 Simplify expressions involving differences. No 1 13 2.3.65 Solve applications. No 1 13 2.3.67 Solve applications. No 1 13 2.3.69 Solve applications. No 1 14 2.3.71 Solve applications. No 1 14 2.3.73 Solve applications. No 1 14 2.3.75 Solve applications. No 1 15 2.4.7 Review concepts and vocabulary. No 1 16 2.4.51 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 16 2.4.53 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 16 2.4.55 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 17 2.4.57 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 17 2.4.59 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 17 2.4.61 Evaluate exponential expressions. No 1 18 2.4.73 Divide integers. No 1 18 2.4.77 Divide integers. No 1 19 2.4.99 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 19 2.4.103 Evaluate expressions for given values of No 1 # Question ID Objective 12 2.3.41 12 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers # Question ID Objective Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers Student to show work # Points variables. 4 of 5 19 2.4.105 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 20 2.4.111 Solve applications. No 1 20 2.4.115 Solve applications. No 1 20 2.4.117 Solve applications. No 1 21 2.5.7 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 21 2.5.9 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 21 2.5.11 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 22 2.5.15 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 22 2.5.29 Evaluate expressions using the order of operations. No 1 23 2.5.41 Insert parentheses to indicate the proper order of operations. No 1 23 2.5.43 Insert parentheses to indicate the proper order of operations. No 1 23 2.5.47 Insert parentheses to indicate the proper order of operations. No 1 24 2.5.53 Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 5 of 5 Student to show work # Points Evaluate expressions for given values of variables. No 1 2.5.67 Solve applications. No 1 2.5.69 Solve applications. No 1 # Question ID Objective 24 2.5.59 25 25 Numeric Answer Tolerance Credit for Unsimplified Answers

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