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11/3- Cool Down

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Grade 8
Mathematics
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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Measures 4 skills from
Grade 8
Mathematics
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

NC.8.F.3
NC.8.F.5
NC.8.F.2
NC.8.EE.1

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  • Q1
    In which choice are all four points on the same line?
    (-7,-3) (-4,0) (0,4) (3,7)
    ( 2, 1) (0,0) (-1, 1) (3, 7)
    ( -4,4) ( -2,-2) (2, -1) (3, -2)
    ( -3, -6) ( -2, -3) ( 0, -4) (3, -4)
    30s
    NC.8.F.3
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  • Q2
    Greg walked to the store and then returned home. This graph shows the distance Greg was from his house at different times during his walk. Which statement is true?
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    Greg walked to the store at a slower rate than he walked home from the store.
    Greg was at the store for 20 minutes.
    Greg walked home from the store at a slower rate than he walked to the store.
    Greg walked home from the store at the same rate he walked to the store.
    300s
    NC.8.F.5
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  • Q3
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    $3.00
    $1.88
    $2.63
    $0.75
    300s
    NC.8.F.2
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  • Q4
    Alan compared the slope of the function y=3x+2 to the slope of the linear function that fits the values in this table. Which choice is true about the slopes of the two functions?
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    The slope of the graph of the table is 1 more than the slope of the graph of the equation.
    The slope of the graph of the table is 2 more than the slope of the graph of the equation.
    The slope of the graph of the equation is 2 more than the slope of the graph of the table.
    The slope of the graph of the equation is 1 more than the slope of the graph of the table.
    300s
    NC.8.F.2
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  • Q5
    The graph below shows the distance a school bus is from school. Which best describes what the bus is doing in the flat parts of the graph?
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    Sitting still
    Speeding up
    Returning to school
    Slowing down
    300s
    NC.8.F.5
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  • Q6
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    300s
    NC.8.EE.1
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  • Q7
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    300s
    NC.8.EE.1
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