# Middle School Math

## Middle School Math Practice

We have created a number of middle school practice tests to help you improve your math skills. If you need more practice, you can search the web for problems given at the different state assessment tests taken by middle school students.

State Assessment Math Books
 Common Core State Standard Initiative Books Alabama ARMT Alaska SBA Arizona AzMERIT Arkansas CaliforniaCAASPP/SBAC Colorado Connecticut Delaware DSTP Florida FSA Georgia Hawaii HSA Idaho ISAT Illinois Indiana ISTEP+ Iowa ITBS Kansas Assessment Kentucky KCCT Louisiana ILEAP Maine MEA Maryland MSA Massachusetts MCAS Michigan MEAP Minnesota MCA Mississippi Montana CRT Nebraska Accountability Nevada CRT New Hampshire NECAP New Jersey ASK New Mexico SBA New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio OAT Oklahoma OCCT Oregon OAKS Pennsylvania PSSA Rhode Island NECAP South Carolina PACT Tennessee TCAP Texas STAAR Utah CRT Vermont NECAP Virginia SOL Washington WCAP West Virginia WESTEST Wisconsin WKCE Wyoming PAWS

5th grade math students should have knowledge of fractions, multiplication, division, one variable equations, rounding, greatest common factor, factors, percentages, ratios, basic geometry, negative and positive integers, decimals, measurement of time, mass, length, volume and metric system.

The following is a list of the key topics a seventh grader needs to master by the end of the school year:

Numbers: factors, multiples, square roots for numbers,integers addition and substraction, word problems, measurment problems;

Geometry: Volume and surface area, construction of geometric figures, congruence and similarity of triangles and other polygons, Pythagorean Theorem.

Algebra: expressions, equations, and inequalities, linear functions, algebraic representations, coordinate plane.

Probability: interpret graphs interpretation, mean, median and mode, simple probability calculations, data collection and analysis.