CliffsNotes Praxis II: Middle School Mathematics Test (0069) Test Prep
Thirty states require aspiring teachers to pass the Praxis II Middle School Mathematics test. This book provides focused review chapters for every subject covered on the test, plus three full-length tests with complete answer explanations.
Sandra Luna McCune, PhD (Nacogdoches, TX), is Regents Professor in the Department of Elementary Education at Stephen F. Austin State University. E. D. McCune, PhD (Nacogdoches, TX), is Regents Professor of Mathematics at Stephen F. Austin State University.
PART I: TOPIC AREA REVIEWS.
Arithmetic and Basic Number Concepts.
Functions, Relations, and Their Graphs.
Data Analysis and Basic Statistical Concepts.
Preparing for the Problem-Solving Exercises.
PART II: PRACTICE TESTS.
Middle School Mathematics (0069) Practice Test 1 with Answer Explanations.
Middle School Mathematics (0069) Practice Test 2 with Answer Explanations.
Middle School Mathematics (0069) Practice Test 3 with Answer Explanations.
Measurement Units and Conversions.
Dr. Sandra Luna McCune is Regents Professor in the department of elementary education at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. Dr. E. Donice McCune is Regents Professor of Mathematics at Stephen F. Austin State University.
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Insert “for one hour” into the question, as shown below in red. 2. Paul leaves his apartment at 7:00 AM, and drives 315 miles to his parents’ house. He stops only once during the trip. His average speed for the first 120 miles of the trip was 60 miles per hour. After driving 120 miles, Paul stops for one hour to have breakfast. After his stop, Paul drives an average speed of 65 miles per hour for the rest of the trip. (a). What was Paul’s average speed for the 315 mile trip if the average speed is calculated excluding the time Paul spent having breakfast. Show your work. (b). What was Paul’s average speed for the 315 mile trip if the average speed is calculated including the time Paul spent having breakfast. Show your work. (c). What time did Paul arrive at his parents’ house? Show your work.