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Four Variable Matrix Project
Systems of linear Equations
Solve your four variable system using the the following methods: Elimination, Reduced Row Echelon, Cramer's Rule, Inverses Your work will be graded on accuracy, and organization. You will also write a paragraph about which method you liked the most and why and which one you dislike the most and why.
Rubric Code:
M224896
By
sharonweeks12
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Subject:
Math
Type:
Assessment
Grade Levels:
9-12
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Four Variable System
Highly Proficient
8 pts
Proficient
6 pts
Partially Proficient
4 pts
Minimally Proficient
2 pts
Did Not Attempt
0 pts
Elimination
Highly Proficient
Student solves the system following all steps to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations are correct.
Proficient
Student completes the problem following most steps to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations have only minor errors.
Partially Proficient
Student partially completes the problem or the wrong method is used to find a solution. Student can follow some of the steps to solve the problem but errors in calculation cause the answer to be incorrect.
Minimally Proficient
Student has minimal understanding of how to solve the matrices using the specified method, or they do not complete the problem.
Did Not Attempt
Student did not attempt the specified method.
Reduced Row Echelon
Highly Proficient
Student solves the matrix following all steps to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations are correct.
Proficient
Student completes the problem following most steps to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations have only minor errors.
Partially Proficient
Student partially completes the problem or the wrong method is used to find a solution. Student can follow some of the steps to solve the problem but errors in calculation cause the answer to be incorrect.
Minimally Proficient
Student has minimal understanding of how to solve the matrices using the specified method, or they do not complete the problem.
Did Not Attempt
Student did not attempt the specified method.
Cramer's Rule
Highly Proficient
Student solves the system following all steps for Cramer's Rule to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations are correct.
Proficient
Student completes the problem following most steps to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations have only minor errors.
Partially Proficient
Student partially completes the problem or the wrong method is used to find a solution. Student can follow some of the steps to solve the problem but errors in calculation cause the answer to be incorrect.
Minimally Proficient
Student has minimal understanding of how to solve the matrices using the specified method, or they do not complete the problem.
Did Not Attempt
Student did not attempt the specified method.
Inverses
Highly Proficient
Student solves the system by using inverses correctly to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations are correct.
Proficient
Student completes the problem following most steps to find a correct solution. Student can follow the steps correctly and steps are easy to follow, calculations have only minor errors.
Partially Proficient
Student partially completes the problem or the wrong method is used to find a solution. Student can follow some of the steps to solve the problem but errors in calculation cause the answer to be incorrect.
Minimally Proficient
Student has minimal understanding of how to solve the matrices using the specified method, or they do not complete the problem.
Did Not Attempt
Student did not attempt the specified method.
Enter Title
Highly Proficient
4 pts
Proficient
3 pts
Partially Proficient
2 pts
Minimally Proficient
1 pts
Did Not Attempt
0 pts
Determinant
Highly Proficient
Student thoroughly and accurately explains how to find a 4x4 determinant or uses an example to show and label each step. A website is included as to where information was obtained.
Proficient
Student adequately explains how to find a 4x4 determinant or uses an example to show and label each step. A website is included as to where information was obtained.
Partially Proficient
Student explanation on how to find a 4x4 determinant or example used to show each step was not thorough or was not accurate. A website is included as to where information was obtained.
Minimally Proficient
Student explanation on how to find a 4x4 determinant or example used to show each step was not thorough or was not precise. A website is not included as to where information was obtained.
Did Not Attempt
The student omits this part of the project.
Reflection
Highly Proficient
Student thoroughly explains what method they liked and dislike and why. Their thoughts are logical and there paragraph flows to the reader.
Proficient
Student explanation is adequate but not much reflection is shown in their writing. Their thoughts are logical and the paragraph flows to the reader.
Partially Proficient
Student provides minimal explanation but their reasoning was not fully developed in their paragraph.
Minimally Proficient
Student does not put much thought into their writing and has no concrete reason for their likes/dislikes.
Did Not Attempt
The student omits this part of the project.
Neatness
Highly Proficient
Student's work is exceptionally neat and organized. Everything is labeled. Student could use colors to help with the flow of their work
Proficient
Student's work is neat and organized. Everything is labeled.
Partially Proficient
Student's work is neat and organized. Almost everything is labeled.
Minimally Proficient
Student's work does not logically flow and is not labeled.
Did Not Attempt
Student's work is extremely unorganized and writing is fairly illegible.
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Math
Types:
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