ALGEBRA I and II,  GRADED QUIZZES WITH EMAILED REPORTS,  ILLUSTRATIVE  COMPUTER  CODE                                                

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- Tip: Before you leave BUILD-A-QUIZ, copy your problem ID list with you're right mouse button.
  That way you can paste the list back into BUILD-A-QUIZ later if needed (mentioned below--'See Tip.').
- You are free to mix and match any problem ID from any link in 'Drills, Quizzes' in any order up to 100.
- Within BUILD-A-QUIZ, you'll be assigned a test ID and prompted to answer a few setup questions.
(3) After leaving BUILD-A-QUIZ, verify that the test ID actually works before giving it to students:
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- If your test ID works, you'll be taken to the next screen where you will press 'Cancel'. (Don't take the quiz.)
- If it doesn't work (no next screen), you'll have to re-enter your problem IDs into BUILD-A-QUIZ. (See Tip).
(4) A confirmation email will arrive within minutes that documents your test ID number and quiz setup choices.
(5) Give the test ID and log-in information (student ID, password) to your students for TAKE-A-QUIZ.
(6) Finally, wait for your emailed quiz report to arrive. (You picked the time and date in the setup questions.)
- You can view a sample report here. Note that 'X' indicates the correct answer and all problem IDs are given.
(7) For more details, please visit the links directly below the BUILD-A-QUIZ and TAKE-A-QUIZ buttons.

Drills, Quizzes

Algebra I

  1. Algebra Terms and Rules   Review (pdf)Review-Drill
  2. Linear Equations   Drill-1Drill-2Drill-3Drill-4Drill-5Drill-6Graphs-1
  3. Polynomials   Type, Degree, Monomials

Algebra II

  1. Algebra Terms and Rules   
  2. Function Inverses   
  3. Exponential Functions Common bases,   Different bases
  4. Logarithmic Functions   Drill-7

Math grades 3-5 (from the pink tabs on the W&W main page)



      Python Math (pdf)Python Math-Drill
      Search algorithms (pdf)

    Let's Code!

    1. Python is taught at top universities as a first programming language and is widely used in industry.
    2. A Python example that uses Philip Guo's embedded code visualizer is here
    3. JavaScript is the most commonly used programming language in the world.
    4. Another JavaScript example with Philip Guo's embedded code visualizer is here
    5. Code visualizer by Philip Guo. (For visualizing you own Python and JavaScript code.)

    STEM Careers

    ( Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics )

    1. Software Developers, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
    2. Architecture and Engineering Occupations, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
    3. Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
    4. Math Occupations, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
    5. Careers in Applied Mathematics, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

    Just Because...

      Climate change

    1. Frequently Asked Questions About Global Warming and Climate Change, EPA    
    2. The Conversion of a Climate-Change Skeptic, Richard A. Muller, New York Times       Quiz
    3. Short Answers to Hard Questions About Climate Change, Justin Gillis, New York Times      Quiz
    4. The West Is Burning, And Climate Change Is Partly To Blame, Cally Carswell, FiveThirtyEight   


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