## PercentsUnitAssessment.docx - Section 1: The Test

*PercentsUnitAssessment.docx*

*PercentsUnitAssessment.docx*

# Percent Assessment

Lesson 15 of 15

## Objective: Students are assessed on the percent unit.

*50 minutes*

#### The Test

*50 min*

Here is an answer key. I tried to make sure to include every example mentioned in the standard 7.rp.3:

"Use proportional relationships to solve multistep ratio and percent problems. Examples: simple interest, tax, markups and markdowns, gratuities and commissions, fees, percent increase and decrease, percent error."

I did not however include percent error. Also 7.EE.2 is represented for equivalent expressions.

Problem 1 - Apply percents of increase and decrease

Correct answer: B

Problem 2 - Find percent of change

Correct answer: A

Problem 3 - Find total given a part and percent

Correct answer: D

Problem 4 - Find a commission

Correct answer: C

Problem 5 - Find a sale price

Correct answer: B

Problem 6 - Find a markup

Correct answer: C

Problem 7 - Find a total with sales tax

Correct answer: B

Problem 8 - Simple Interest

Correct answer: D

Problem 9 - Equivalent expressions

Correct answer: B

Problem 10 - Find original price

Correct answer: B

Problem 11 - Equivalent expressions

Correct answer: D

Problem 12 - Equivalent expressions (sale price)

Correct answer: Any two of the three expressions ---> d - 0.32d; 0.68d; d(1-0.32)

Problem 13 - Equivalent expressions (total with sales tax)

Correct answer: Any two of the three expressions ---> x + 0.09x; 1.09x; x(1+0.09)

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The assessment is worth a total of 15 points.

Problems 1-11 are each worth 1 point.

Problem 12 is worth 2 points for 2 valid expressions.

Problem 13 is worth 2 points for 2 valid expressions.

11 out of 15 points would be considered proficient

12+ out of 15 points would be considered mastery.

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- LESSON 1: Multiple Representations of Percents
- LESSON 2: The 10% Benchmark
- LESSON 3: The 1% Benchmark
- LESSON 4: Percent Benchmark Fluency
- LESSON 5: Drawing Bar Models to Represent Percents of Increase and Decrease
- LESSON 6: Solve Problems by Applying Percents of Increase and Decrease
- LESSON 7: Discounts and Sales Tax
- LESSON 8: Finding a Percent of Change
- LESSON 9: Finding an Original Value
- LESSON 10: A Percent Equation
- LESSON 11: Expressions for Percent Increases and Decreases
- LESSON 12: Simple Interest
- LESSON 13: Increasing and Decreasing Quantities by a Percent (Day 1 of 2)
- LESSON 14: Increasing and Decreasing Quantities by a Percent (Day 2 of 2)
- LESSON 15: Percent Assessment