New exercises from Khan Academy 2021-07-25T16:04:56.000000
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Practice interpreting and comparing dot plots, histograms, and box plots.
Practice solving addition or subtraction word problems using a number line. All items include 4 two-digit numbers.
Given a graph of a parametric surface, what equation created it? Or, given an equation, what is its graph?
Practice identifying when slope or intercepts are useful for answering questions about a linear relationship.
Create and interpret picture graphs. Each picture on the graph represents a number greater than 1.
Given the formula of a sinusoidal function of the form a*f(bx+c)+d, draw its graph.
Compare two fractions that have the same numerator using greater and less than symbols.
Compare two fractions that have the same denominator using greater and less than symbols.
Solve word problems that involve converting between metric measures of distance, volume, and mass, as well as measures of time.
We can describe the trigonometric ratios from a single right triangle in terms of either acute angle. The relationships hold for all complementary angle pairs.
Recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and understand concepts of volume measurement.
Use area models and tape diagrams to multiply a fraction times a fraction.
Solve fraction and mixed number multiplication word problems.
Interpret bar graphs to answer questions about a context.
Let's try to associate the condition of collinearity with a mathematical result and hence use it to find the unknowns.
Solve 1-step word problems involving metric units of measure and time.
Compare 2 numbers to thousandths based on meanings of the digits in each place.
Practice multiplying two fractions.
Challenge problems involving adding and subtracting fractions that have unlike denominators.
Solve a word problem to find the duration of an event. Both analog or digital clocks are included. Time in the word problems crosses over the hour.