This is the first quiz for Chapter 5: Measurement of Circles. The objective here was to see if students could label the different parts of a circle, and if they understand how circumference works. The original files are available in Word and PDF. Keep scrolling to see examples of good answers. Download for Word: 2015-09-11 Chapter 5 Measurement of Circles Quiz 1
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Questions 1 and 2
Sorry, this question came out a bit blurry. I like what this student did with highlighting the different definitions in a circle. It shows that they understand exactly what the definitions are. Question 2c and 2d were a little bit tough, and most students got 2d wrong.
This question was really well done. The student labelled all their steps clearly.
This student did a good job with question 4. I like how in the "semi-circle" step he or she calculated one semi-circle, and then realized that they might as well have calculated 2 semi-circles. Some students simply calculated the circumference of one full circle, which ends up being the same thing.
This questions asks students to go one step further. This student did a good job, using division to calculate how many times Ashley must run around the track. It's much faster than guess-and-check.