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# TAKS Review

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on 26 April 2010#### Transcript of TAKS Review

TAKS Review Percent is out of 100 interior angles of a triangle equal 180 Triangles are named by there angles and sides Named by side:

Scalene- NO sides equal

Isosceles - TWO sides equal

Equilateral- ALL sides equal Named by angles:

Right - One 90 degree angle

Acute - All angles less then 90

Obtuse - One angle greater then 90 Change a fraction to a

decimal DIVIDE! (numerator

divded by denomenator) Change Percent to Decimal or

Decimal to Percent, move decimal 2 places.

Angles in quadrilateral equal 360 Trapezoid - One set of parallel sides. Parallelogram- 2 sets of parallel sides, opposite sides and angles congruent. Rhombus- 2 sets of parallel sides,

all sides congruent Rectangle- 2 sets of parallel sides,

opposite sides congruent, 4 right angles Square- All sides and angles congruent (angles equal 90) Supplementary - 2 angles 180 degrees

Complementary- 2 angles 90 degrees Perimeter- distance around, units no exponent Area - the space something covers, units squared Volume- how much it will hold, units to the 3rd power USE YOUR MATH CHART!!! TAKE YOUR TIME! IF YOU GET TO A PROBLEM

AND YOU DON'T KNOW HOW

TO DO IT, SKIP IT, DO NOT GET

FRUSTRATED!!!!!!!! When working a problem

with a pattern, the pattern

is always the number you

mulitply in the equation.

If you have no idea, plug in

1, 2, 3 into the equations and

find your pattern. Tax, commission, discount problems you

can use a ratio or multiply by the percent,

just don't forget to add or subtract

it to the original. Percent of change: amount of change over original Be careful for the word NOT! When looking at a picture of something squared or square root, the picture must be a SQUARE!!! 3-D shapes are named by their bases Pyramid - has 1 base

Prism- 2 bases Mean (average) - add all up and divide by how many there are

Mode- Number that occurs the most

Median- Number in the middle

Range- Greatest minus Least Translation - slide

Reflection - flip

Rotation - turn

DO NOT PICK TESSELLATION When adding or subtracting

decimals line them up. Adding and Subtracting Fractions - common denmenator

Multiplying Fractions- Top x Top Bottom X Bottom

Dividing Fractions- Flip the second and muliply

(Multiply and Divide- Change mixed numbers into improper fractions and whole numbers put over 1) Circumference - distance around Coordinate Grid (x, y) Quadrant I Quadrant II Quadrant III Quadrant IV Order of Operation

Use it ALWAYS!

Parantheses

Exponents

Multiply/Divide

Add/Subtract If you are solving an equation and are lost, plug in your answer choices into the equation!!! Similar Figures:

Same Shape

Angles Congruent

Sides Proportional

Different SIZE

Similar Figures:

Sides proportional, so if missing side

use proportions to solve!!!

Integers on number line:

The bottom line tells 1st number, second/third line count to see how far you add. Final stopping point is answer NOT part of expression. Adding Integers: signs same add keep signs

signs different find the difference

(keep sign of larger number) Subtracting Integers-

Change minus to plus and sign of second number

Multiply and Divide Integers-

Same signs positive

Different signs negative

P N N YOU CAN DO THIS, HAVE CONFIDENCE! YOU ARE ALL PASSING 8TH GRADE MATH,

THERE IS NO REASON YOU CAN NOT PASS THE 7TH GRADE TAKS TEST! BELIEVE

IN YOURSELF!!!!

Full transcriptScalene- NO sides equal

Isosceles - TWO sides equal

Equilateral- ALL sides equal Named by angles:

Right - One 90 degree angle

Acute - All angles less then 90

Obtuse - One angle greater then 90 Change a fraction to a

decimal DIVIDE! (numerator

divded by denomenator) Change Percent to Decimal or

Decimal to Percent, move decimal 2 places.

Angles in quadrilateral equal 360 Trapezoid - One set of parallel sides. Parallelogram- 2 sets of parallel sides, opposite sides and angles congruent. Rhombus- 2 sets of parallel sides,

all sides congruent Rectangle- 2 sets of parallel sides,

opposite sides congruent, 4 right angles Square- All sides and angles congruent (angles equal 90) Supplementary - 2 angles 180 degrees

Complementary- 2 angles 90 degrees Perimeter- distance around, units no exponent Area - the space something covers, units squared Volume- how much it will hold, units to the 3rd power USE YOUR MATH CHART!!! TAKE YOUR TIME! IF YOU GET TO A PROBLEM

AND YOU DON'T KNOW HOW

TO DO IT, SKIP IT, DO NOT GET

FRUSTRATED!!!!!!!! When working a problem

with a pattern, the pattern

is always the number you

mulitply in the equation.

If you have no idea, plug in

1, 2, 3 into the equations and

find your pattern. Tax, commission, discount problems you

can use a ratio or multiply by the percent,

just don't forget to add or subtract

it to the original. Percent of change: amount of change over original Be careful for the word NOT! When looking at a picture of something squared or square root, the picture must be a SQUARE!!! 3-D shapes are named by their bases Pyramid - has 1 base

Prism- 2 bases Mean (average) - add all up and divide by how many there are

Mode- Number that occurs the most

Median- Number in the middle

Range- Greatest minus Least Translation - slide

Reflection - flip

Rotation - turn

DO NOT PICK TESSELLATION When adding or subtracting

decimals line them up. Adding and Subtracting Fractions - common denmenator

Multiplying Fractions- Top x Top Bottom X Bottom

Dividing Fractions- Flip the second and muliply

(Multiply and Divide- Change mixed numbers into improper fractions and whole numbers put over 1) Circumference - distance around Coordinate Grid (x, y) Quadrant I Quadrant II Quadrant III Quadrant IV Order of Operation

Use it ALWAYS!

Parantheses

Exponents

Multiply/Divide

Add/Subtract If you are solving an equation and are lost, plug in your answer choices into the equation!!! Similar Figures:

Same Shape

Angles Congruent

Sides Proportional

Different SIZE

Similar Figures:

Sides proportional, so if missing side

use proportions to solve!!!

Integers on number line:

The bottom line tells 1st number, second/third line count to see how far you add. Final stopping point is answer NOT part of expression. Adding Integers: signs same add keep signs

signs different find the difference

(keep sign of larger number) Subtracting Integers-

Change minus to plus and sign of second number

Multiply and Divide Integers-

Same signs positive

Different signs negative

P N N YOU CAN DO THIS, HAVE CONFIDENCE! YOU ARE ALL PASSING 8TH GRADE MATH,

THERE IS NO REASON YOU CAN NOT PASS THE 7TH GRADE TAKS TEST! BELIEVE

IN YOURSELF!!!!