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**Chp 7 Polynomials**

- able to expand and combine like terms
in order to simplify polynomial expressions.

- able to perform inverse operations in order to
isolate a variable and solve simple equations.

- simplify numerical expressions
involving integers and rational numbers

**Chp 4 Proportional Reasoning**

- solve problems involving proportional
reasoning

- represent,
using equivalent ratios and proportions, directly proportional relationships
arising from realistic situations

- make
comparisons using unit rates

- solve
problems involving ratios, rates, and directly proportional relationships

**Chp 5 Graphing Relations**

- interpret
the meanings of points on scatter plots or graphs that represent linear
relations

**Chp 6 Linear Relations**

- construct tables of values and graphs to represent linear relations derived from descriptions of realistic
situations

- construct tables of values, scatter plots, and
lines or curves of best fit as appropriate

- compare the properties of direct variation and
partial variation in applications, and identify the initial value and rate of
change

- express a linear relation as an equation in two
variables, using the rate of change and the initial value

**Chp 1 Measuring Figures and Objects**

- measure the areas and perimeters of
figures and the volume of objects

- solve problems involving the
measurements of two-dimensional shapes and the volumes of three-dimensional
figures

- Solve problems using the Pythagorean
theorem to find the length of a side in a right triangle

- Solve problems involving the areas and
perimeters of composite two-dimensional shapes

-- Solve problems involving the volumes
of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres

**Chp 2 Investigating Perimeter and Area of Rectangles**

- determine the optimal values of various
measurements of rectangles

- determine the maximum area of a
rectangle with a given perimeter

- determine the minimum perimeter of a
rectangle with a given area.

- solve problems that require maximizing
the area of a rectangle with a fixed perimeter or minimizing the perimeter of a
rectangle for a fixed area.

**Chp 3 Geometry**

- describe the properties and relationships
of the interior and exterior angles of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other
polygons, and apply the results to problems involving the angles of polygons.

- describe the properties and
relationships of the angles formed by parallel lines cut by a transversal, and
apply the results to problems involving parallel lines.

- he demonstrated a good understanding of
the geometry unit where he was able to solve problems involving the sum of the
interior and exterior angles in a triangle.

- use geometry rules to determine unknown
angles

- he demonstrated a good understanding of
the geometry unit where he was able to solve problems involving the alternate,
corresponding, and interior angles formed by parallel lines cut by a
transversal.

- determine the sum of interior angles of
various regular polygons

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