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For his Algebra I class, Mr. Johnson administered a 30-minute pre-assessment of 100 math facts questions. The results indicate that none of his students are proficient. Mr. Johnson concludes that the pre-algebra teacher did not do his job.

Which of the following is the flaw in Mr. Johnson's reasoning?


Thirty minutes is not enough time to complete 100 questions.


Students in previous math classes learned how to answer math facts problems with the use of the calculator.


Students entering pre-algebra may have been two or more years below proficient at the beginning of that school year.


Algebra I students need calculators to solve math facts problems.


Math facts are to be internalized during elementary school without the use of calculators.

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