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# PERFORMANCE TASK ON POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS

This performance task requires students to demonstrate understanding of rectangular prisms and modeling volume with polynomial functions. They must be able to write an algebraic model and use it to identify key design features, all while considering appropriate domain values and levels of accuracy. This task is suitable for advanced algebraBrand:The Allman Files
Performance Task Assessment: Polynomial Functions by The Allma
Performance Based Learning and Assessment Task Polynomial Farm
PDF fileThis performance task is planned to give students an opportunity to add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials in order to solve real-world problems. It is also planned to give students real-world practice factoring completely first- and second- degree binomials and trinomials in one variable.
Performance Task - Representing Polynomials
Representing Polynomials is a Mars Assessment Task designed to asses how well students can translate between graphs and algebraic representations of polynomials. To be successful in the task, students must be able to: Determine the end behavior of a polynomial presented algebraicallyAuthor: Colleen Werner
Performance Task Assessment: Polynomial Functions
Performance Task Assessment: Polynomial Functions A job supervisor assigns the task of presenting the best analysis of the 'boxing' potential for a 16"x20" piece of cardboard. This performance task requires students to demonstrate understanding of rectangular prisms and
POLQ 1 | Lesson 4: Summative Polynomial Performance Task
Overview Learning Intentions (Objectives) a) Use computation strategies to add multiply, and divide polynomials. b) Simplify polynomials of degree no greater than two. Rationale (Diagnostic Results) This task provides an opportunity to synthesize sum of the skills in the first three lesson of this module. Standards Addressed in the Lesson California Common Core State Standards
polynomials | Performance Assessment Resource Bank
Students will apply knowledge of parabolic curves to a real life situation to recommend the height of a main cable that will reduce the cost to build a suspension bridge. There are two options. This can be done as an “on demand” task by using questions 1-6 or can be a more complex task by..
Performance Based Learning and Assessment Task
PDF filePerformance Based Learning and Assessment Task Activity/Task Title I. ASSESSSMENT TASK OVERVIEW & PURPOSE: Students will be asked to find various characteristics of a polynomial function, modeled by a roller coaster’s path. Students will be asked to find increasing and