Graduation Standard 1: Number & Qty: Number Systems: Integers, Rational, Real, Imaginary #’s, Exponents B1: Is skilled at adding and subtracting integers. C1: Is skilled at multiplying and dividing integers * D1 (HIGH): Is skilled at operations on rational numbers. * E1 (HIGH): Understands the rules of exponents (i.e. power of a product, product of a power) E2: Understands the relationships between multiplication and positive exponents. E3: Understands the relationship between multiplication and negative exponents. Graduation Standard 2: Algebra: Algebra: Expressions, Equations & Inequalities * C1 (HIGH): Is skilled at solving one step equations using rational numbers. C2: Is skilled at solving one-step inequalities using rational numbers. * D1 (HIGH): Understands how to apply properties of operations (i.e. commutative, associative, etc.) to add, subtract, factor (numbers), expand (distributive property) linear expressions with rational coefficients. Graduation Standard 3: Functions: Functions: Interpreting Functions A1: Understands that a function is a rule that assigns to each input (domain) exactly one output (range). * A2 (HIGH): Understands the concepts behind rate of change, average rate of change, and initial value for a linear function with regards to the given situation it models. Graduation Standard 4: Geometry: Geometry: Geometric Measurement G1: Is skilled at finding area and circumference of circles. Graduation Standard 4: Geometry: Geometry: Coordinate System * C1 (HIGH): Is skilled at using coordinates to prove simple geometric theorems algebraically (e.g., Pythagorean Theorem) C2: Is skilled at using coordinates to find perimeter of polygons and areas of triangles and rectangles. Graduation Standard 5 : Data: Statistics/Probability: Probability A1: Understands the concept of a probability model and uses it to find probabilities of simple events. * A2 (HIGH): Is skilled at finding probabilities of compound events using organized lists, tables, tree diagrams, and simulation. A3: Understands how to describe events as subsets of a sample space using the categories of the outcomes. |

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