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The Number Systems Expressions and Equations Ratios and Proportional Relationships Geometry Probability and Statistics 
Converting ratesDimensional Analysis Examining proportional and nonproportional relationships Determine unit rate from graphed lines from graphed line Determine constant of proportionality Graphing proportional relationships Comparing and analyzing proportional relationships Solving proportions Scale Models and drawings Modeling percents The percent proportion The percent equation Immediate recall of standard percent markers Percent problems with taxes, tips, discount, mark ups Percent of change Percent of error Simple interest problems

Powers and Exponents Order of operations with sign rational numbers and powers Square root of perfect squares Fluencyperfect squares from 1225 Estimating square roots Placing square roots between consecutive integers, before or after halfway marker Geometric applications of equations and inequalities Definition of a circle Determining parts of a circle Derivation of Pi Using equations to find area and circumference of circles Using equations to find radius or diameter, given area and circumference Using equations to find circumference or area, given only the area or circumference of a circle Exactness of measurement Rounding of approximations

Statistics Measures of centersmean,median, mode Range How do outliers affect the center Quartiles, interquartile range Five number summary Dot plots Box and whisker plots Populations and Samples Comparing data Predictions Misleading graphs and display Random, convenience and biased Probability Simple event probability Complement of an event Compound event probability Experimental probability Sample Spaces Theoretical probability Making predictions Experimental and theoretical probability

Identifying and naming points, lines, segments and rays Classifying and naming angles Estimating the degrees of angles Angles formed in a single intersection Vertical/Linear pairs Complementary/Supplementary angles (Linear Pairs) Classifying triangles Interior sum of triangles Finding missing angles of triangles Determining the largest and smallest sides of triangles Classifying quadrilaterals Interior sum of angles of quadrilaterals Finding missing angles Congruent angles of specific quadrilaterals Classifying polynomials Determine the sum of the interior angles in each polynomial Arc Length Perimeter of composite figures Area of circles Area of sectors Area of irregular figures Area of shaded regions Three dimensional figures Classifying polyhedrons or nonpolyhedrons Naming of solids Examining cross sections Volume of prisms and cylinders Nets of 3D solids Surface Area of prisms and cylinders

Constructing trianglesdetermine relationships of sides that form a unique triangle Describe the twodimensional figures that result from slicing three dimensional figures Algebra Readiness review Algebra Readiness exam Vocabulary Project 