There are three colors on the "Fact Fluency" table. A student starts out with all white facts. If a student has gotten the correct answer on a fact once or twice in a row, the fact will turn yellow. If a student gets the correct answer on a fact three times in a row, the fact will turn green. If at any point the student gets the incorrect answer on a fact, the fact will turn white again and the count will start over.

The percentages on the right side of the table are the percentage of the facts in that row that the student has mastered.

## How is the Fact Fluency table calculated?

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