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2021 Item by Item Results for GRADE 07 MATHEMATICS

Number of Students Included: 191     Participation Rate = 99%

Ashburnham-Westminster - GRADE 07 MATHEMATICS
 
 
17.EE.B.3Use operations with a fraction and a percentage to solve a real-world problem and represent the solution in a fraction model.
27.NS.A.2Use operations with positive and negative rational numbers to solve mathematical problems.
37.EE.A.1Apply the distributive property to determine which expression is equivalent to a given expression.
47.RP.A.1Identify multiple rates associated with given fractional ratios in a real-world problem.
57.EE.A.1Apply properties of addition to determine which expression is not equivalent to a given expression.
67.RP.A.2Determine which equation models a proportional relationship shown in a table.
77.G.A.1Determine the scale used in a given real-world context.
87.NS.A.1Represent distance on a number line using an absolute value expression.
97.EE.B.4Solve an equation of the form px + q = r.
107.SP.C.5Determine the likelihood of an event in a real-world context.
117.NS.A.3Solve a multi-step, real-world problem by converting units.
127.SP.A.1Determine which sampling strategy will produce a valid sample that represents a specific population.
137.SP.C.6Determine which range of expected probabilities best predicts a random outcome.
147.SP.B.4Complete statements to compare the medians and ranges of two data sets.
157.G.B.6Solve real-world problems involving area and volume for right prisms of varying dimensions.
167.SP.C.8Determine the probability of a compound event, given a tree diagram.
177.RP.A.2Use proportional reasoning to solve a real-world problem and write an equation to represent the proportional relationship shown in a table.
187.EE.A.2Determine which expression can be used to represent a real-world problem involving area.
197.SP.A.2Use data from a random sample to draw an inference about a population and create a bar graph to represent the inference.
207.RP.A.3Use proportional reasoning to solve a two-step simple interest problem.
217.NS.A.3Solve a real-world problem involving addition and subtraction with decimals.
227.G.B.6Solve a real-world problem involving the area of a two-dimensional object.
237.RP.A.3Use ratio and proportional reasoning to calculate actual distance given a scale on a map.
247.EE.B.3Determine which equation is equivalent to a given equation.
257.NS.A.3Use operations with positive and negative integers to solve a given real-world problem involving temperature.
267.EE.B.3Solve a multi-step, real-world problem using rational numbers in different forms.
277.SP.C.7Develop a probability model from a visual model, develop another probability model from a set of data, and explain the differences in predictions made from both models.
287.NS.A.1Graph on a number line a point representing the additive inverse of a number.
297.EE.B.3Solve a multi-step, real-world problem involving fractions, decimals, and percentages.
307.EE.A.2Determine which expression is not equivalent to a given expression within a real-world context.
317.EE.A.1Use properties of operations to determine which expression is equivalent to a given expression.
327.G.B.5Identify angles in a diagram that represent vertical angles.
337.RP.A.3Use proportional relationships to solve multi-step ratio, rate, and percent problems within a real-world context.
347.G.A.1Determine the area of a scale drawing.
357.RP.A.2Determine which equation can be used to represent a proportional relationship in a table.
367.NS.A.3Use operations with decimals to solve a real-world problem.
377.EE.A.2Rewrite an expression in a different form and then evaluate the expression for a given value.
387.SP.C.5Determine how likely an event is to occur given the probability of the event.
397.EE.B.4Solve a real-world problem involving the maximum value of an inequality.
407.NS.A.3Solve a multi-step, real-world problem by converting units.

Notes: Students in grades 3-8 took a shorter version of the tests in spring 2021. Item results are not reported if fewer than 10 students in the school or district answered the item.


Participation rates varied across schools, districts, and student groups in 2021 more than in prior years. If the participation rate in 2021 was lower than in prior years, results may have been different if more students had taken the test.



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