 # 8th Grade Math Surgery Based on Most Difficult Questions from Texas Test

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1.  Finding the areas of triangles using dilations/scale factors     Modeled after question with 48% correct on Texas test

2.  Box and plot relationship on number lines      Modeled after a question with 58% correct on Texas test

3.   Total surface area of a box    Modeled after a question with 45% correct on Texas Test

4.  Finding the missing value of a group of numbers using fractions     Modeled after a question with 67% correct on Texas test

5.  Finding a set of points on a coordinate grid     Modeled after a question with 40% correct on Texas test

6.  Ratios and percentages using meter and kilometer conversions     Modeled after a question with 57% correct on Texas test

7.   Finding the missing percentage on a circle graph     Modeled after a question with 53% correct on Texas test

8.   Volumes of two pyramids using scale factor dilations     Modeled after a question with 50% correct on Texas test

9.  Probability of an outcome WITHOUT replacing the object being removed     Modeled after a question with 41% correct on Texas test

10.  Reasonable estimate based on percentage of a given set of data     Modeled after a question  with 52% correct on Texas test

11.  Finding the value of a number using an algebraic equation with decimals     Modeled after a question with 49% correct on Texas test

12.  Matching the correct T chart to satisfy a given equation    Modeled after a question with 53% correct on Texas test