Danvers - GRADE 10 MATHEMATICS |

ITEM INFORMATION | | PERCENT OF DISTRICT'S POSSIBLE POINTS |

ITEM | TYPE | REPORTING CATEGORY | STANDARD | ITEM DESC | | POSSIBLE POINTS | DANVERS | STATE | DISTRICT-STATE DIFFERENCE |

1 | SR | AF | AI.F-IF.A.3 MI.F-IF.A.3 | Given a function that represents an arithmetic sequence, identify the first four numbers in the sequence. | | 1 | 72% | 73% | -1 |

2 | SR | NQ | AI.N-RN.B.3 MII.N-RN.B.3 | Given variables that represent a rational and an irrational number, identify variable expressions as rational or irrational. | | 1 | 40% | 47% | -7 |

3 | SR | AF | AI.A-SSE.B.3 MII.A-SSE.B.3 | Identify the equation of a line that meets given slope and intercept criteria. | | 1 | 19% | 43% | -24 |

4 | SR | GE | GEO.G-CO.C.9 MII.G-CO.C.9 | Determine an unknown angle measure in a diagram with parallel lines crossed by a transversal. | | 1 | 89% | 85% | 4 |

5 | SR | AF | AI.A-REI.C.5 MI.A-REI.C.5 | Identify a system of linear equations that has the same solution as a given system of linear equations. | | 1 | 64% | 70% | -6 |

6 | CR | SP | AI.S-ID.A.2 MI.S-ID.A.2 | Calculate the range and the median of a set of real-world data and determine the values of additional data based on changes in measures of center. | | 4 | 44% | 50% | -6 |

7 | SR | AF | AI.F-IF.C.9 MI.F-IF.C.9 MII.F-IF.C.9 | Compare properties of two linear functions, one represented by an equation and the other represented by a graph. | | 1 | 61% | 61% | 0 |

8 | SR | GE | GEO.G-GPE.A.1 MII.G-GPE.A.1 | Determine the coordinates of the center of a circle given its equation. | | 1 | 32% | 44% | -12 |

9 | SR | AF | AI.F-LE.A.2 MI.F-LE.A.2 | Identify the equation of a linear function based on values in a table. | | 1 | 33% | 46% | -13 |

10 | SR | AF | AI.A-APR.A.1 MII.A-APR.A.1 | Identify an equivalent expression by finding the difference of two trinomials. | | 1 | 35% | 42% | -7 |

11 | SA | GE | GEO.G-CO.A.5 MI.G-CO.A.5 | Identify a transformation rule used to map one triangle onto another, and graph the triangle over a rotation. | | 2 | 46% | 48% | -2 |

12 | SR | AF | AI.A-REI.B.4 MII.A-REI.B.4 | Identify the solutions of a factored quadratic equation in one variable. | | 1 | 42% | 54% | -12 |

13 | CR | NQ | AI.N-RN.A.2 MII.N-RN.A.2 | Equate various radical expressions to exponential expressions and evaluate a claim based on the properties of exponents. | | 4 | 23% | 34% | -11 |

14 | SA | SP | GEO.S-CP.A.4 MII.S-CP.A.4 | Calculate a marginal probability and a conditional probability based on survey data displayed in a table. | | 2 | 55% | 61% | -6 |

15 | SR | GE | GEO.G-CO.B.6 MI.G-CO.B.6 | Identify a transformation which, if performed on a triangle, would not produce a congruent image. | | 1 | 70% | 66% | 4 |

16 | SR | AF | AI.F-IF.A.2 MI.F-IF.A.2 | Analyze a quadratic function that models a relationship based on a real-world situation. | | 1 | 45% | 56% | -11 |

17 | SR | NQ | AI.N-Q.A.2 MI.N-Q.A.2 | Use estimation to determine a unit rate in a real-world situation involving quantities with different units. | | 1 | 61% | 71% | -10 |

18 | SR | AF | AI.A-REI.D.12 MI.A-REI.D.12 | Identify the graph of the solution set of a linear inequality, and identify a different inequality based on the graph of its solution set. | | 2 | 48% | 56% | -8 |

19 | SR | AF | AI.A-SSE.A.2 MII.A-SSE.A.2 | Relate the products of binomials to their expanded forms. | | 1 | 26% | 36% | -10 |

20 | SR | GE | GEO.G-GPE.B.5 MI.G-GPE.B.5 | Identify an equation of a line parallel to a line graphed on a coordinate plane, which passes through a given point. | | 1 | 41% | 53% | -12 |

21 | SR | AF | AI.A-REI.A.1 MI.A-REI.A.1 | Identify which step in the solution of an equation contains an error. | | 1 | 39% | 42% | -3 |

22 | SR | GE | GEO.G-CO.A.2 MI.G-CO.A.2 | Identify a transformation rule that represents the translation of a polygon on a coordinate plane. | | 1 | 84% | 87% | -3 |

23 | SR | GE | GEO.G-GMD.A.1 MII.G-GMD.A.1 | Determine the area of a semicircle given the length of its diameter. | | 1 | 44% | 52% | -8 |

24 | SR | AF | AI.F-BF.A.1 MI.F-BF.A.1 MII.F-BF.A.1 | Create an exponential function that models a relationship based on a real-world situation. | | 1 | 34% | 41% | -7 |

25 | SR | NQ | AI.N-RN.A.1 MII.N-RN.A.1 | Identify an exponential expression equivalent to a given radical expression. | | 1 | 50% | 56% | -6 |

26 | SA | GE | GEO.G-SRT.A.1 MII.G-SRT.A.1 | Graph the image of a quadrilateral, over a dilation, on a coordinate plane. | | 1 | 58% | 58% | 0 |

27 | CR | GE | GEO.G-C.A.2 MII.G-C.A.2 | Determine minor arc measures, a major arc measure, and an angle measure given a figure inscribed in a circle. | | 4 | 40% | 41% | -1 |

28 | SR | AF | AI.A-CED.A.1 MI.A-CED.A.1 MII.A-CED.A.1 | Create and solve a one-variable exponential equation based on a real-world context. | | 1 | 43% | 46% | -3 |

29 | SR | GE | GEO.G-GMD.A.3 MII.G-GMD.A.3 | Calculate the volume of a right circular cylinder given its dimensions. | | 1 | 49% | 59% | -10 |

30 | SR | GE | GEO.G-SRT.C.8 MII.G-SRT.C.8 | Use a trigonometric relationship to calculate an unknown measurement in a trapezoid. | | 1 | 62% | 59% | 3 |

31 | SR | AF | AI.F-LE.B.5 MI.F-LE.B.5 | Interpret an exponential function based on the context it represents. | | 1 | 55% | 56% | -1 |

32 | SA | GE | GEO.G-CO.B.7 MI.G-CO.B.7 | Relate the side lengths and angle measures in pairs of congruent triangles. | | 2 | 82% | 80% | 2 |

33 | SR | GE | GEO.G-CO.D.12 MI.G-CO.D.12 | Analyze the construction of an angle bisector. | | 1 | 70% | 72% | -2 |

34 | CR | AF | AI.A-CED.A.3 MI.A-CED.A.3 | Create and solve a system of linear equations in two variables using given constraints, and create and analyze a related inequality. | | 4 | 25% | 37% | -12 |

35 | SA | NQ | AI.N-Q.A.1 MI.N-Q.A.1 | Use dimensional analysis to solve real-world problems involving distance and time. | | 2 | 47% | 46% | 1 |

36 | SR | SP | AI.S-ID.B.5 MI.S-ID.B.5 | Calculate a relative frequency based on real-world data displayed in a two-way table. | | 1 | 66% | 73% | -7 |

37 | SR | GE | GEO.G-C.A.1 MII.G-C.A.1 | Identify a sequence of transformations that can be used to prove two circles are similar. | | 1 | 46% | 49% | -3 |

38 | SR | SP | GEO.S-CP.B.6 MII.S-CP.B.6 | Identify an expression that can be used to calculate the probability of two dependent events occurring. | | 1 | 52% | 60% | -8 |

39 | SR | AF | AI.F-IF.B.4 MI.F-IF.B.4 MII.F-IF.B.4 | Given the graph of a quadratic function, interpret the value of the vertex and analyze other aspects of the function, based on the context it represents. | | 2 | 82% | 83% | -1 |

40 | SR | GE | GEO.G-SRT.B.4 MII.G-SRT.B.4 | Use a proportion to calculate an unknown length in a diagram of a triangle and a line parallel to one of its sides. | | 1 | 60% | 64% | -4 |

41 | SR | SP | AI.S-ID.C.7 MI.S-ID.C.7 | Interpret the rate of change in a linear equation that models data in a real-world situation. | | 1 | 72% | 76% | -4 |

42 | SR | GE | GEO.G-C.B.5 MII.G-C.B.5 | Calculate the measure of the central angle of a circle given the radius of the circle and the length of the arc intercepted by the angle. | | 1 | 37% | 39% | -2 |