I can create ratios in the fraction form.

I can decide if two quantities are in a proportional relationship.

I can identify constant proportionality.

I can create an equation using proportional relationships.

I can explain the relationship of proportional relationships on a graph.

I can solve percent problems (markup, markdown, percent increase/decrease).

I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.

I can describe absolute value and how it connects to opposite numbers.

I can apply properties of operations to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.

I can use a number line to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.

I can connect the sums, difference, product, and quotients of rational numbers to the real world.

I can convert a rational number to a decimal (repeating/terminating).

I can factor and expand linear expressions with rational coefficients.

I can rewrite an expression in different forms.

I can solve real world problems with positive and negative rational numbers.

I can solve for a variable in an expression.

I can solve for a variable in an inequality that pertains to the real world.

I can enlarge or shrink geometric figures with scale factors.

I can solve for missing lengths and areas on a geometric figures using the scale factor.

I can draw a geometric figure using the scale drawing and scale factors.

I can draw a geometric shape knowing the different characteristics given.

I can describe the plane sections of 3D geometric figures.

I can use the formulas to solve for the area and circumference of a circle.

I can use supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angle to solve for missing angle.

I can solve real world problems that asks about volume, area and surface area.

I can gain information by looking at information from a random sample.

I can connect random sampling to to representative samples and valid inferences.

I can use information from a random sample to make inferences about a population.

I can compare and make inferences about two different populations.

I can tell if the probability of an event is unlikely (near 0), neither unlikely nor likely (near 1/2), and likely (near 1).

I can approximate the probability of an event of larger amounts without performing the entire process.

I can perform a uniform probability model and determine the outcome.

I can perform a probability model and determine the outcome.

I can write the probability outcome as a fraction.

I can use organized lists, tables, and tree diagram to identify the outcomes of compound events.

I can decide if two quantities are in a proportional relationship.

I can identify constant proportionality.

I can create an equation using proportional relationships.

I can explain the relationship of proportional relationships on a graph.

I can solve percent problems (markup, markdown, percent increase/decrease).

I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.

I can describe absolute value and how it connects to opposite numbers.

I can apply properties of operations to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.

I can use a number line to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers.

I can connect the sums, difference, product, and quotients of rational numbers to the real world.

I can convert a rational number to a decimal (repeating/terminating).

I can factor and expand linear expressions with rational coefficients.

I can rewrite an expression in different forms.

I can solve real world problems with positive and negative rational numbers.

I can solve for a variable in an expression.

I can solve for a variable in an inequality that pertains to the real world.

I can enlarge or shrink geometric figures with scale factors.

I can solve for missing lengths and areas on a geometric figures using the scale factor.

I can draw a geometric figure using the scale drawing and scale factors.

I can draw a geometric shape knowing the different characteristics given.

I can describe the plane sections of 3D geometric figures.

I can use the formulas to solve for the area and circumference of a circle.

I can use supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angle to solve for missing angle.

I can solve real world problems that asks about volume, area and surface area.

I can gain information by looking at information from a random sample.

I can connect random sampling to to representative samples and valid inferences.

I can use information from a random sample to make inferences about a population.

I can compare and make inferences about two different populations.

I can tell if the probability of an event is unlikely (near 0), neither unlikely nor likely (near 1/2), and likely (near 1).

I can approximate the probability of an event of larger amounts without performing the entire process.

I can perform a uniform probability model and determine the outcome.

I can perform a probability model and determine the outcome.

I can write the probability outcome as a fraction.

I can use organized lists, tables, and tree diagram to identify the outcomes of compound events.