You get two 8.5" x 11" pages of notes, front and back, which means four pages total.

These are the possible topics for the 100 point test.

Binary, decimal hexadecimal

Logical operators, and ^, or v, not ~

Decimals and percents, changing fractions into repeating decimals and vice versa.

Scales other than percents

Scientific notation and rounding to significant digits.

Roman numerals

Fractions in lowest terms

Prime factorizations and all factors

Time: adding subtracting, converting

100 coin problems

simultaneous equations

bels/decibels and Richter scale

Classifications of triangles given angles

Classifications of triangles given sides

Heron’s formula

Area of a triangle with points (0, 0), (a, b) and (c, d)

Distance between points

Pythagorean Theorem

Sets, Venn diagrams, contingency tables and probabilities

Slope of a line and lines with undefined slope

Point-slope form, slope-intercept form

Sum and product problems

Stats: mean, median, mode, five number summary, IQR, outliers

standard deviation, z-scores, z-scores to proportions less than a z-score, reverse lookup table, proportions between two z-scores for a normally distributed set

If something says "formula" or "form", You can expect that formula to be on the test. For things that take methods, like changing from Richter to amount of energy or looking up

*z*-scores, those will not be explained, so they should be in your notes.

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