Item MO082001: A model can be a different shape than the thing it represents, and it can be a different color.

In what ways can a model be different from the thing it represents?

  1. A model can be a different shape than the thing it represents, and it can be a different color.
  2. A model can be different shape than the thing it represents, but it must be the same color.
  3. A model can be a different color than the thing it represents, but it must be the same shape.
  4. A model must be the same shape as the thing it represents, and it must be the same color.
Distribution of Responses
Chart showing distrubtion of responses for Item MO082001
Students Responding Correctly
Group Correct Total Percent
Overall 414 1608 26%
Grades
  6–8 247 978 25%
  9–12 167 630 27%
Gender
  Male19277325%
  Female20780326%
Primary Language
  English372147225%
  Other3311030%

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