I can separate rational and irrational numbers.

I can show that decimal expands and repeats and terminates.

I can change a repeating decimal into a rational number.

I can compare irrational numbers, locate them on a number line, and estimate their value.

I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide exponents.

I can solve square roots and cube roots equations.

I can connect square roots/perfect squares and cube roots/perfect cubes.

I know that the square root of 2 is irrational.

I can express single digit numbers multiplied by the power of 10 to estimate very large or very small quantities.

I can perform operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation (going from decimal and scientific notation to large/small quantities.

I can find the slope by using the rise/run strategy.

I can compare proportional relationships.

I can find the b of y=mx+b or the y-intercept of a graph.

I can give examples of linear equations in one variable, with one solutions, many solutions, or no solutions.

I can solve linear equations with rational numbers using expanding expressions, distributive property, and collecting like terms.

I can find the coordinates (x,y) that solves two equations on the same graph.

I can solve simple cases by estimating and looking at the graph.

I can solve real world problems that contain two linear equations.

I can input into a function to solve for one output.

I can graph a function using the coordinates (input, output).

I can compare two functions (slope, positive/negative, etc).

I can answer questions about equations y=mx+b as a straight line.

I can tell when a function is linear or not linear.

I can draw a function/linear equation.

I can identify the rate of change (slope) and the initial value (y-intercept) of a function on a table or graph.

I can describe a function when looking at a graph (linear/not linear, positive/negative).

I can draw a graph based off the descriptions given verbally.

I can use rotation, reflection, and translations and check that the lines, angles, parallel lines, and line segments stay the same measurement.

I can see similar figures through rotations, reflections, dilations, and translations.

I can describe how two congruent figures changed from one to the other through rotations, reflections, dilations, and translations.

I can use coordinates to transform a figure with rotation, reflection, dilation, and translation.

I can describe how two similar figures changed from one to the other through rotations, reflections, dilations, and translations.

I can compare triangles through the sum of interior angles, exterior angles, and angles created by parallel lines.

I can identify the proof of the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.

I can solve for unknown sides using the Pythagorean Theorem.

I can solve for the distance on a coordinate graph using the Pythagorean Theorem.

I can use volume formulas of different 3D shapes of real world objects.

I can create a scatter plot and interpret scatter plots.

I can describe patterns of scatter plots (clustering, outliers, positive, negative, linear, non linear).

I can draw the line of best fit on a scatter plot.

I can use a linear equation of measurement data and find the slope and y-intercept.

I can see the patterns in a two way table.

I can get information from a two way table summarizing data.

I can calculate missing information from rows or columns in a two way table.

I can show that decimal expands and repeats and terminates.

I can change a repeating decimal into a rational number.

I can compare irrational numbers, locate them on a number line, and estimate their value.

I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide exponents.

I can solve square roots and cube roots equations.

I can connect square roots/perfect squares and cube roots/perfect cubes.

I know that the square root of 2 is irrational.

I can express single digit numbers multiplied by the power of 10 to estimate very large or very small quantities.

I can perform operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation (going from decimal and scientific notation to large/small quantities.

I can find the slope by using the rise/run strategy.

I can compare proportional relationships.

I can find the b of y=mx+b or the y-intercept of a graph.

I can give examples of linear equations in one variable, with one solutions, many solutions, or no solutions.

I can solve linear equations with rational numbers using expanding expressions, distributive property, and collecting like terms.

I can find the coordinates (x,y) that solves two equations on the same graph.

I can solve simple cases by estimating and looking at the graph.

I can solve real world problems that contain two linear equations.

I can input into a function to solve for one output.

I can graph a function using the coordinates (input, output).

I can compare two functions (slope, positive/negative, etc).

I can answer questions about equations y=mx+b as a straight line.

I can tell when a function is linear or not linear.

I can draw a function/linear equation.

I can identify the rate of change (slope) and the initial value (y-intercept) of a function on a table or graph.

I can describe a function when looking at a graph (linear/not linear, positive/negative).

I can draw a graph based off the descriptions given verbally.

I can use rotation, reflection, and translations and check that the lines, angles, parallel lines, and line segments stay the same measurement.

I can see similar figures through rotations, reflections, dilations, and translations.

I can describe how two congruent figures changed from one to the other through rotations, reflections, dilations, and translations.

I can use coordinates to transform a figure with rotation, reflection, dilation, and translation.

I can describe how two similar figures changed from one to the other through rotations, reflections, dilations, and translations.

I can compare triangles through the sum of interior angles, exterior angles, and angles created by parallel lines.

I can identify the proof of the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.

I can solve for unknown sides using the Pythagorean Theorem.

I can solve for the distance on a coordinate graph using the Pythagorean Theorem.

I can use volume formulas of different 3D shapes of real world objects.

I can create a scatter plot and interpret scatter plots.

I can describe patterns of scatter plots (clustering, outliers, positive, negative, linear, non linear).

I can draw the line of best fit on a scatter plot.

I can use a linear equation of measurement data and find the slope and y-intercept.

I can see the patterns in a two way table.

I can get information from a two way table summarizing data.

I can calculate missing information from rows or columns in a two way table.