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Question 1.
Mathematics performance is assessed to gain information about the student's educational needs and strengths in specific mathematics skills.

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Question 2.
The BRIGANCE® Diagnostic Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills—Revised is both norm-referenced and criterion-referenced.

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Question 3.
One feature of the academic achievement tests by BRIGANCE® is that they include instructional objectives.

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Question 4.
Many mathematics tests assess both computation and problem-solving skills.

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Question 5.
Mathematics measures may evaluate application skills such as time, money, and measurement.

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Question 6.
The difference between informal mathematics inventories and criterion-referenced tests is that inventories tend to measure skill domains thoroughly, rather than assessing only a few representative skills.

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Question 7.
The four most common types of computation errors are incorrect operations, incorrect number facts, incorrect algorithms, and random errors.

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Question 8.
Clinical math interviews are used to determine how well students perform when they are provided with computational aids such as calculators.

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Question 9.
KeyMath-R/NU assesses Basic Concepts, Operations, and Applications.

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Question 10.
The Stanford Diagnostic Mathematics Test—Fourth Edition assesses the attitudes students might have toward mathematics and the students' knowledge of vocabulary used in learning math.

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