Department of Mathematics, University of WisconsinMadison
Math 95 Midterm #1
Fall 2012
INSTRUCTOR: Mitchell Morey
NAME:
INSTRUCTIONS:
Time: 40 minutes
You must show your work to receive credit. You will also be graded on
the quality of your writing
Department of Mathematics, University of WisconsinMadison
Final Exam Math 095 Fall 2009
NAME:
Instructions:
Time: 2 hours
You must show your work to receive credit.
You could use a calculator for this test.
Fractions should be simplied as much as po
Department of Mathematics, University of WisconsinMadison
Math 95 Test #1
Fall 2010
NAME:
INSTRUCTOR:
INSTRUCTIONS:
T ime: lvhour 15 minutes
You must Show your work to receive credit.
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Exam 1 Math 95
Instructions:
Complete all problems.
Use algebraic methods to solve all problems.
You must show your work neatly to receive credit.
Problems involving fractions should be solved using fractions, not decimals.
Use the back of this sheet and
Exam 3 Math 95
Instructions:
Complete all problems.
Use algebraic methods to solve all problems.
You must show your work neatly to receive credit.
Problems involving fractions should be solved using fractions, not decimals.
Use the back of this sheet and
Final Exam
Instructions:
Complete all problems.
Use algebraic methods to solve
all problems.
You must show your work neatly to receive credit.
Problems involving fractions should be solved using fractions, not decimals.
Use the back of this sheet and the
Exam 2 Math 95
Instructions:
Complete all problems.
Use algebraic methods to solve all problems.
You must show your work neatly to receive credit.
Problems involving fractions should be solved using fractions, not decimals.
Use the back of this sheet and
Department of Mathematics, University of WisconsinMadison
Final Exam Math 095 Fall 2010
NAME:
Instructions:
Time: 2 hours
You must show your work to receive credit.
Fractions should be simplied as much as possible but could be left as im
proper.
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1.
Validity
the test is testing what it should. Its an accurate measure of what we need to know.
putting stuff on the test that was not taught is not valid
2.
Reliability
-If its typical of a student
-Consistency of assessment.
Ex: if you weigh yourself o