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**ALL**of your work - It must be
**neat**(if I can’t read it, I can’t grade it) - It must be
**titled correctly** - It must include the
**title of the extra credit assignmen**t you are completing and the**possible points**

#### Infer From Samples

1.) The table represents four brands of potato chips (W, X, Y, and Z). Three random samples of 50 subjects ...

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#### Statistics

1.) Kyle wants to know the average cost of a gallon of gasoline in his town. He goes to the ...

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#### Solve Problems Geometry

1.) The diagram shows the side view of a cylinder rolling down a ramp. The cylinder has radius 5 cm ...

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#### Unknown Angles

1.) Find the missing angle measures in the diagram. Explain how you find each angle measure ...

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#### Area and Circumference

1.) Meghan has created a diagram of her city with her house, school, store, and gym identified. a.) How far ...

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#### Cross Sections

1.) Draw a two-dimensional representations of each three-dimensional figure as viewed from the front. 2.) Solve the following. a.) Describe ...

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#### Draw Shapes

a.) Explain the steps for copying triangle ABC.b.) Use the drawing tool to sketch what the ruler and compass construction ...

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#### Scale Drawings

1.) Mark is building a scale model of his car as shown in the diagram. The actual car has a ...

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#### Inequality Problems

1.) In the equation P = 2x + 7, P represents the price, in dollars, of tickets to a concert ...

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