1.8.1: Place Value

1.8.1.1: Represent numbers using scientific notation in mathematical and practical situations.

1.8.2: Fractions

1.8.2.1: Translate among fractions, decimals, and percents, including percents greater than 100 and percents less than 1.

1.8.2.2: Explain and use the relationship among equivalent representations of rational numbers in mathematical and practical situations.

1.8.5: Facts

1.8.5.1: Identify perfect squares to 225 and their corresponding square roots.

1.8.6: Estimating and Estimation Strategies

1.8.6.1: Use estimation strategies to determine the reasonableness of an answer in mathematical and practical situations.

1.8.7: Computation

1.8.7.2: Use order of operations to solve equations in the real number system.

1.8.8: Solving Problems and Number Theory

1.8.8.1: Identify and apply the identity property, inverse property, and the absolute value of real numbers to solve problems.

2.8.1: Patterns

2.8.1.1: Find the missing term in a numerical sequence or a pictorial representation of a sequence.

2.8.2: Variables and Unknowns

2.8.2.2: Solve and graphically represent equations and inequalities in one variable, including absolute value.

2.8.3: Number Sentences, Expressions, and Polynomials

2.8.4: Relations and Functions

2.8.4.2: Translate among verbal descriptions, graphic, tabular, and algebraic representations of mathematical situations (with and without technology).

2.8.5: Linear Equations and Inequalities

2.8.5.1: Solve linear equations and represent the solution graphically.

2.8.5.2: Solve inequalities and represent the solution on a number line.

3.8.1: Comparison, Estimation, and Conversion

3.8.1.1: Estimate and convert units of measure for mass and capacity within the same measurement system (customary and metric).

3.8.3: Formulas

3.8.3.1: Identify how changes in a dimension of a figure effect changes in its perimeter, area and volume.

3.8.4: Money

3.8.4.1: Calculate percents in monetary problems.

4.8.1: Two - Dimensional Shapes

4.8.1.1: Find and use the sum of the measures of interior angles of polygons.

4.8.2: Congruence, Similarity, and Transformations

4.8.2.1: Apply the properties of equality and proportionality to congruent or similar shapes.

4.8.3: Coordinate Geometry and Lines of Symmetry

4.8.3.1: Demonstrate dilation using coordinate geometry and models.

4.8.3.2: Describe the relationship between an original figure and its transformation or dilation.

4.8.5: Algebraic Connections

4.8.5.1: Calculate slope, midpoint, and distance using equations and formulas (with and without technology).

4.8.5.2: Determine the x- and y- intercepts of a line.

4.8.7: Triangles

4.8.7.1: Verify and explain the Pythagorean Theorem using a variety of methods.

4.8.7.2: Determine the measure of the missing side of a right triangle.

4.8.8: Constructions

4.8.8.1: Construct geometric figures using a variety of tools.

4.8.9: Logic

4.8.9.1: Represent logical relationships using conditional statements.

5.8.1: Data Collection and Organization

5.8.1.1: Formulate questions and design a study that guides the collection of data.

5.8.1.2: Organize, display, and read data including box and whisker plots (with and without technology).

5.8.2: Central Tendency and Data Distribution

5.8.2.1: Select and apply appropriate measures of data distribution, using interquartile range and central tendency.

5.8.4: Permutations and Combinations

5.8.4.1: Find the number of combinations possible in mathematical and practical situations.

5.8.4.2: Distinguish between permutations and combinations.

5.8.5: Experimental and Theoretical Probability

5.8.5.1: Differentiate between the probability of an event and the odds of an event.

Correlation last revised: 5/17/2018

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