## Unit 2 - Day 14

##### All Units
###### Writing a Precalculus Assessment
• Include questions in multiple representations (graphical, analytical, tabular, verbal)

• Write questions that reflect learning targets and require conceptual understanding

• Include multiple choice and short answer or free response questions

• Determine scoring rubric before administering the assessment (see below)

• Offer opportunities to practice with and without calculators throughout the year

###### Questions to Include
• Quadratics--identify key features of a quadratic from multiple forms (standard, vertex, and intercept form);

• Quadratics--rewrite the equation of a quadratic from one form into another by completing the square

• Polynomials--identify key features of a polynomial (zeros, x-intercepts, y-intercept, multiplicity of zeros, end behavior, etc.)

• Polynomials--sketch a graph of a polynomial given certain features

• Polynomials--find all solutions

• Polynomials--find remainders by dividing or using the Remainder Theorem

• Rationals--identify key features of a rational function (end behavior, vertical asymptotes, holes, intercepts, etc.)

• Rationals--solve simple rational equation

• Rationals--Real-world context