POW VI - NYS Math A Regents Prep EXAM INFO There are four...

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NYS Math A Regents Prep EXAM INFO: There are four sections to the Math A regents exam . Part 1 - 30 multiple choice questions worth 2 pts each. -Part I is mostly quick computations and graded on right or wrong. Part II - 5 questions worth 2 points each. Part III - 2 questions worth 3 points each. Part IV - 2 questions worth 4 points each -Parts II, III, and IV are open-ended response sections where students must clearly indicate the necessary steps used in arriving at a conclusion. These questions are graded based on complete answers and work shown. *Your total score will be converted from the 84 points received, a raw score of 37 points is required to get a passing grade of 65%* EXAM CONTENT AND MATERIAL: Numbers & Numeration - (5-10% of Regents Exam) Mathematical Reasoning - (5-10% of Regents Exam) Uncertainty (Probability) - (5-10% of Regents Exam) Operations - (15-20% of Regents Exam) Patterns & Functions - (15-25% of Regents Exam) Measurement - (15-25% of Regents Exam) Modeling/Multiple Representation - (15-25% of Regents Exam) SAMPLE PROBLEMS: Part 1- 1. Expressed in simplest form, (3x)(2y)(5z) is equivalent to (1) 30 xyz (3) 6xyz(3) (2) 30xyz(3) (4) 6 xyz 2. The expression – –9 is equivalent to (1) 1 (3) 9 (2) 0 (4) –9 3. What is the solution for the equation 3x + 6 = 0?
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course MAED 276 taught by Professor Howard during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Fredonia.

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POW VI - NYS Math A Regents Prep EXAM INFO There are four...

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