# Things To Study When Preparing For the Terra Nova Test

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```					Things To Study When
Preparing For the
Terra Nova Test
• Subtract decimals with borrowing.
• Subtract negative integers.
• Multiply mixed numbers.
• Calculate total cost of an item when
cost per pound is given.
• Calculate the number of times a
measure goes into another
measure.
• Estimate height, volume, number
necessary, or total points in a game.
• Estimate multiplication of decimals.
• Estimate square roots (know perfect
squares through 15).
• Estimate percent of a given number.
• Given information, arrange in a
specific order.
• Calculate number of items sold
given data.
• Calculate area needed when
various items are used.
• Unscramble patterns of shapes
items on cubes.
• Simplify using PEMDAS.
• Understand random sampling and
how a random sample is done.
•    Read a table and convert data to a
bar graph.
•    Select data from a table or chart and
calculate specific information.
•    Draw a conclusion after viewing a
chart or table.
•    Understand relationships between the
angles in a diagram of parallel lines
and a given transversal.
•    Know all the types of angles.
• Measure using a ruler, a scale, and
a scale drawing (inches).
• Change a three dimensional shape
into a two dimensional view from
one side.
• Locate a coordinate on the
coordinate plane.
• Know the parts of a circle.
• Measure using a ruler, a scale, and
a scale drawing (centimeters).
•    Read and understand a double line
graph.
•    Calculate using data in a double line
graph.
•    Draw a conclusion after viewing a
double line graph.
•    Break a three dimensional shape down
into simpler three dimensional shapes.
•    Given information, create a method of
have to solve a given problem.
•    Given data, change into a circle graph.
•    Calculate the number of times one
object is larger or smaller than another.
•    Solve an inequality with a variable.
•    Solve an equation given the value of
each variable.
•    Estimate what two integers a square
root number comes between.
•   Measure using a ruler, a scale, and a
scale drawing (inches).
•    Given directions on a map, determine
the angle formed by the trips.
•    Given a chart or table, change data
into a bar graph.
•    Calculate the percent of a given
number.
•    Calculate the distance between a
negative and positive number.
•    Rewrite a large number in scientific
notation.
•    Given data, calculate the mean.
•    Rewrite a decimal-word number as
a regular number.
•    Reduce a fraction to lowest terms.
•    Calculate time given distance and
rate.
•    Given a table of information, find a
solution given clues.
•    Given data in a table, find the solution
that is expressed in a Venn diagram.
•    Find the greatest common factor of two
numbers.
•    Use a proportion to find missing
information.
•    Understand perimeter to find the
perimeter of an irregular shape.
•   Compare fractions with unlike
denominators.
•    Change a fraction to a percent.
•    Continue a given pattern.
•    Given data, determine which statement
is true.
•    Given data, calculate the unit rate then
calculate a specific cost.
•    Given an equation with variables on
both sides, determine the correctness of
the steps used to solve the equation.

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