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Last Updated February 2017, Copyright 2017 by Educational Testing Service All rights reserved ETS is a registered. trademark of Educational Testing Service ETS Georgia Assessments for the Certification of. Educators GACE and the GACE logo are registered trademarks of the Georgia Professional. Standards Commission GaPSC All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. This publication has been produced for the GaPSC by ETS ETS is under contract to the. GaPSC to administer the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators The. Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators are administered under the authority. of the GaPSC regulations and standards governing the program are subject to change without. notice at the discretion of the GaPSC The GaPSC and ETS are committed to preventing. discrimination on the basis of race color national origin sex religion age or disability in the. administration of the testing program or the provision of related services. Table of Contents,About the Assessment 4,Content Specifications 5. Test I Subareas 6,Test I Objectives 6,Subarea I Number and Quantity 6. Subarea II Algebra 9,Subarea III Discrete Mathematics and Calculus 11. Test II Subareas 15,Test II Objectives 15,Subarea I Functions 15.

Subarea II Geometry 18,Subarea III Probability and Statistics 21. Practice Questions 24,Answer Key and Rationales 49. Preparation Resources 75,Calculator Use 75, Guide to Taking a GACE Computer delivered Assessment 75. Reducing Test Anxiety 75,Study Tips Preparing for a GACE Assessment 75. Journals 75,Other Resources 75,Online Resources 77.

Note After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. GACE Mathematics Assessment Study Companion 3,About the Assessment. Assessment Name Mathematics,Grade Level 6 12,Test Code Test I 022. Test II 023,Combined Test I and Test II 522,Testing Time Test I 2 hours. Test II 2 hours,Combined Test I and Test II 4 hours. Test Duration Test I 2 5 hours,Test II 2 5 hours,Combined Test I and Test II 5 hours.

Test Format Computer delivered,Number of Selected response Questions Test I 45. Test II 45,Combined Test I and Test II 90, Question Format The test consists of a variety of short answer. questions such as selected response,questions where you select one answer. choice or multiple answer choices depending,on what the question asks for questions. where you enter your answer in a text box,and other types of questions You can review.

the possible question types in the Guide to,Taking a GACE Computer delivered Test. Number of Constructed response Questions Test I 0,Combined Test I and Test II 0. The GACE Mathematics assessment is designed to measure the professional knowledge of. prospective teachers of 6 12 mathematics in the state of Georgia. This assessment includes two tests You may take either test individually or the full assessment. in a single session The testing time is the amount of time you will have to answer the questions. on the test Test duration includes time for tutorials and directional screens that may be included. in the test, Note After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. GACE Mathematics Assessment Study Companion 4, The questions in this assessment assess both basic knowledge across content areas and the. ability to apply principles, The total number of questions that are scored is typically smaller than the total number of.

questions on the test Most tests that contain selected response questions also include. embedded pretest questions which are not used in calculating your score By including pretest. questions in the assessment ETS is able to analyze actual test taker performance on proposed. new questions and determine whether they should be included in future versions of the test. Content Specifications, Each test in this assessment is organized into content subareas Each subarea is further. defined by a set of objectives and their knowledge statements. The objectives broadly define what an entry level educator in this field in Georgia public. schools should know and be able to do, The knowledge statements describe in greater detail the knowledge and skills eligible for. Some tests also include content material at the evidence level This content serves as. descriptors of what each knowledge statement encompasses. See a breakdown of the subareas and objectives for the tests in this assessment on the. following pages, Note After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. GACE Mathematics Assessment Study Companion 5,Test I Subareas. Approx Percentage,Subarea of Test,I Number and Quantity 30.

II Algebra 40,III Discrete Mathematics and Calculus 30. Test I Objectives,Subarea I Number and Quantity, Objective 1 Understands and applies knowledge of the real number system and vector and. matrix quantities,The beginning Mathematics teacher. A Understands the properties of exponents, Performs operations involving exponents including negative and rational. Demonstrates an understanding of the properties of exponential expressions. Uses the properties of exponents to rewrite expressions that have radicals or. rational exponents, B Understands the properties of rational and irrational numbers and the interactions.

between those sets of numbers, Recognizes that the sum or product of two rational numbers is rational. Recognizes that the sum of a rational number and an irrational number is. irrational, Recognizes that the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational. number is irrational, Recognizes that the sum or product of two irrational numbers can be rational. or irrational, C Is familiar with the representation and modeling of vector quantities and how operations. on vectors are performed, Represents vector quantities by directed line segments and uses appropriate.

symbols for vectors and their magnitudes, Finds the components of a vector by subtracting the coordinates of an initial point. from the coordinates of a terminal point, Solves problems involving velocity and other quantities that can be represented. by vectors, Note After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. GACE Mathematics Assessment Study Companion 6, Adds vectors end to end component wise and by the parallelogram rule. Given two vectors in magnitude and direction form determines the magnitude. and direction of their sum, D Understands how to perform operations on matrices and how to use matrices.

in applications,Uses matrices to represent and manipulate data. Multiplies matrices by scalars to produce new matrices. Adds subtracts and multiplies matrices of appropriate dimensions. Understands that matrix multiplication for square matrices is not a commutative. operation but still satisfies the associative and distributive properties. Understands the role played by zero and identity matrices in matrix addition and. multiplication, Understands that the determinant of a square matrix is nonzero if and only if the. matrix has a multiplicative inverse, E Understands how to solve problems involving ratios proportions averages percents. and metric and traditional unit conversions, Applies the concept of a ratio and uses ratio language and notation to describe a. relationship between two quantities and solve problems. Uses ratio reasoning to convert rates,Solves problems involving scale factors.

Recognizes and represents proportional and inversely proportional relationships. between two quantities, Uses proportional relationships to solve multistep ratio average and percent. Solves measurement and estimation problems involving time length. temperature volume and mass in both the U S customary system and the. metric system where appropriate, Converts units within the metric and customary systems. F Understands various ways to represent compare estimate and perform calculations on. very large and very small numbers e g scientific notation orders of magnitude. Represents and compares very large and very small numbers. Uses orders of magnitude to estimate very large and very small numbers. Performs calculations on numbers in scientific notation. Note After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. GACE Mathematics Assessment Study Companion 7, Objective 2 Understands and applies knowledge of quantities and the complex number system. The beginning Mathematics teacher, A Understands how to solve problems by reasoning quantitatively e g dimensional. analysis reasonableness of solutions, Uses units as a way to understand problems and to guide the solution.

of multistep problems, Chooses and interprets units consistently in formulas. Chooses and interprets the scale and the origin in graphs and data displays. Recognizes the reasonableness of results within the context of a given problem. B Understands the structure of the natural integer rational real and complex number. systems and how the basic operations and on numbers in these systems are. Solves problems using addition subtraction multiplication and division of. rational irrational and complex numbers,Applies the order of operations. Given operations on a number system determines whether the properties. e g commutative associative distributive hold,Compares classifies and orders real numbers. Demonstrates an understanding of the properties of counting numbers. e g prime composite prime factorization even odd factors multiples. C Knows how complex numbers and operations on them are represented in the. complex plane, Represents complex numbers on the complex plane in rectangular and polar. form including real and imaginary numbers, Explains why the rectangular and polar forms of a given complex number.

represent the same number, Represents addition subtraction multiplication and conjugation of complex. numbers geometrically on the complex plane and uses properties of the. representation for computation, Calculates the distance between numbers in the complex plane as the modulus. of the difference and the midpoint of a segment as the average of the numbers. at its endpoints, D Understands how to work with complex numbers when solving polynomial equations and. rewriting polynomial expressions, Solves quadratic equations with real coefficients that have complex solutions. Extends polynomial identities to the complex numbers e g x2 y2. Note After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. GACE Mathematics Assessment Study Companion 8, E Knows how to analyze both precision and accuracy in measurement situations.

Chooses a level of accuracy appropriate to limitations on measurement when. reporting quantities, Calculates or estimates absolute and relative error in the numerical answer to. Subarea II Algebra, Objective 1 Sees structure in expressions and understands arithmetic with polynomials and. rational expressions,The beginning Mathematics teacher. A Understands how to write algebraic expressions in equivalent forms. Uses the structure of an expression to identify ways to rewrite it. Understands how to rewrite quadratic expressions for specific purposes e g. factoring finding zeros completing the square finding maxima or minima. Uses the properties of exponents to rewrite expressions for exponential functions. B Understands how to perform arithmetic operations on polynomials. Adds subtracts multiplies and divides polynomials, C Understands the relationship between zeros of polynomial functions including their. graphical representation and factors of the related polynomial expressions. Knows and applies the remainder theorem for a polynomial p x and a number a. the remainder on division by x a is p a so p a 0 if and only if x a is a. factor of p x, Uses factorization to identify zeros of polynomials.

Uses zeros of a polynomial to construct a rough graph of the function defined by. the polynomial, D Understands how to use the binomial theorem to solve problems. Applies the binomial theorem for the expansion of x y n in powers of x and y. for a positive integer n, E Understands how to rewrite rational expressions and perform arithmetic operations on. rational expressions, Rewrites simple rational expressions in different forms. Understands that rational expressions form a system analogous to the rational. numbers closed under addition subtraction multiplication and division by a. nonzero rational expression, Adds subtracts multiplies and divides rational expressions. Note After clicking on a link right click and select Previous View to go back to original text. GACE Mathematics Assessment Study Companion 9, F Understands the properties of number systems under various operations.

Given operations on algebraic expressions determines whether properties. e g commutative associative distributive hold, Performs calculations using newly defined functions. Objective 2 Understands how to create equations and how to reason with equations. and inequalities,The beginning Mathematics teacher. A Understands how to create equations and inequalities that describe relationships. Creates equations and inequalities in one variable and uses them to solve. prospective teachers of 6 12 mathematics in the state of Georgia This assessment includes two tests You may takeeither test individually or the full as sessment in a single session The testing time is the amount of time you will have to answer the questions on the test Test duration includes time for tutorials and directional screens that may be included in the test GACE Mathematics

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