# NAEP Grade 12 Mathematics Practice

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### Test Standards

1. (1.d) Represent reals
2. (1.f) Scientific notation
3. (1.g) Absolute values
4. (1.i) Order or compare
5. (2.b) Estimation and accuracy
6. (2.c) Verify
7. (2.d) Estimate roots
8. (3.a) Powers
9. (3.b) Arithmetic operations
10. (3.c) Absolute value operations
11. (3.d) Effect of operations
12. (3.f) Application problems
13. (4.c) Use proportions
14. (4.d) Multistep problems
15. (5.c) Factors, multiples, primes
16. (5.d) Divisibility and remainders
17. (5.e) Properties of operations
18. (5.f) Number sets
19. (6.a) Give an argument
20. (6.b) Induction
1. (1.b) Scaling
2. (1.c) Perimeters and areas
3. (1.d) Angle measure problems
4. (1.f) Area/perimeter problems
5. (1.h) Volume and surface area
6. (1.i) Rates problems
7. (2.a) Units and measurements
8. (2.b) Conversions
9. (2.d) Physical quantities
10. (2.e) Accuracy
11. (2.f) Scale drawings
12. (3.a) Indirect measurement
13. (3.b) Use trig ratios
14. (3.c) Solve triangles
15. (3.d) Pythagorean identity
17. (3.f) Trig formulas
18. (3.g) Law of sines/cosines
1. (1.c) Give definitions
2. (1.d) Draw or sketch
3. (1.e) 2-dimensional representations
4. (1.f) 3-dimensional figures
5. (2.a) Symmetries
6. (2.b) Transformation image
7. (2.c) Transformation effects
8. (2.d) Area/volume preservation
9. (2.e) Congruence/similarity criteria
10. (2.g) Successive transformations
11. (3.b) Solve problems
12. (3.c) Geometric models
13. (3.d) Pythagorean Theorem
14. (3.e) Definitions and properties
15. (3.f) Polygons
16. (3.g) Lines and angles
17. (3.h) Lines and circles
18. (4.a) Plane problems
19. (4.b) Intersections
20. (4.c) Cross sections
21. (4.d) Use coordinates
22. (4.e) Use vectors
23. (4.f) Find circles
24. (4.g) Ellipses and hyperbolas
25. (4.h) Polar coordinates
26. (5.a) Conjectures
27. (5.b) Logic
29. (5.d) Pythagorean Theorem
30. (5.e) Basic theorems
1. (1.a) Data representations
2. (1.b) Graph and solve
3. (1.c) Solve data problems
4. (1.d) Evaluate effectiveness
5. (1.e) Compare representations
7. (2.a) Summary statistics
8. (2.b) Linear transformations
9. (2.c) Outliers
10. (2.d) Compare data
11. (2.e) Trend line
12. (2.f) Correlation coefficient
13. (2.g) Normal distribution
14. (3.a) Bias
15. (3.b) Simple random sample
16. (3.c) Infer from samples
17. (3.d) Survey and experiment
18. (3.e) Experiments vs studies
19. (4.a) Independence
20. (4.b) Theoretical probability
21. (4.c) Estimate probability
22. (4.d) Evaluate and predict
23. (4.e) Count outcomes
24. (4.h) Determine probabilities
25. (4.i) Two-way tables
26. (4.j) Apply probability concepts
27. (4.k) Binomial theorem
29. (5.b) Assess information
30. (5.c) Mathematical vs statistical
31. (5.d) Correlation vs causation
32. (5.e) Extrapolation errors
1. (1.a) Patterns
2. (1.b) Explicit and recursive
3. (1.e) Compare functions
4. (1.g) Identify functions
5. (1.h) Function forms
6. (1.i) Domain and range
7. (1.j) Inverse functions
8. (2.a) Create and translate
9. (2.b) Analyze relationships
10. (2.d) Transform graphs
11. (2.e) Infer from model
12. (2.f) Fit functions
13. (2.g) Growth and decay
14. (2.h) Function properties
15. (3.b) Write expressions
16. (3.c) Operations
17. (3.d) Equivalent expressions
18. (3.e) Evaluate expressions
19. (3.f) Function notation/combination
20. (3.g) Sums of series
21. (3.h) Exponents and logarithms
22. (4.a) Solve equations and inequalities
23. (4.c) Develop models
24. (4.d) Solve systems
25. (4.e) Exponential formulas
26. (4.f) Solve for a variable
27. (4.g) Complex roots
28. (5.a) Valid argument