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I can classify numbers within the real number system.

I can convert from fractions to decimals using long division.
I can convert from decimals to fractions.

I can approximate irrational numbers to the nearest tenth.
I can graph rational and irrational numbers on a number line.

I can evaluate expressions with integer exponents.

I can apply the properties of exponents (Product of Powers Property, Quotient of Powers Property, and Power of Powers Property) to simplify an expression to a single power.

I can find the square and cube root of a number and use it to simplify expressions.

I can convert between numbers in scientific and standard notation.
I can compare two or three numbers written in scientific notation.

I can perform calculations (add/subtract and multiply/divide) with numbers in scientific notation.

I can determine if a relationship is proportional.
I can identify the constant of proportionality (unit rate) given a proportional relationship.

I can write an equation for a proportional relationship using the unit rate.
I can compare two proportional relationships by determining which has the greater unit rate.

I can solve one-step equations involving rational numbers.

I can solve two-step equations involving rational numbers.

I can solve an equation by combining like terms.

I can solve an equation using the distributive property.

I can identify an equation with infinite or no solutions.

I can graph numbers in the coordinate plane.
I can explain the definition of a system of equations and visually identify the solution.

I can solve a system of equations by graphing.

I can solve a system of equations by substitution.

I can solve a system of equations by elimination.

I can write a system of equations from a word problem and solve the system using any of the three methods (graphing, substitution, elimination).

I can determine if a relationship is a function.
Given the graph of a function, I can determine if the function is linear or nonlinear and identify the places where the function is increasing/decreasing and positive/negative.

I can use any one representation of a function (equation, table, graph) to create the other two for the same relationship.

I can identify congruent figures and use a congruence relationship to find missing measurements.
I can transform (translate, reflect, and rotate) figures in the coordinate plane.

I can identify similar figures and use similarity relationships to find missing measurements (by using the scale factor or solving a proportion).
I can dilate figures in the coordinate plane.

I can explain the Pythagorean Theorem and its Converse.
I can apply the converse of the Pythagorean Theorem to determine if a given triangle is a right triangle.

I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find a missing leg on a right triangle.
I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find a missing hypotenuse on a right triangle.

I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the missing side in a right triangle, given the information in a word problem.

I can find the distance between two points using the Pythagorean Theorem.

I can calculate the volume of a cylinder, cone, or sphere using the formula.

**Course Description**

Grade 8 Math Course. This complete math course is aligned with Common Core 8^{th} Grade Mathematics standards. This course provides the final step in laying the foundation required for high school mathematics material, honing computational skills and priming the bridge towards more abstract concepts seen in Algebra. This course is unique in providing step-by-step instructions and a gradual release of the cognitive load of the mathematical work to the student as the lesson progresses into practice.

**Course Goals**

Upon course completion, students will be prepared to move on to high school level mathematics courses, including Algebra and Geometry.

**Target Audience**

This video-course is primarily intended for Grade 8 students (typically ages 13+) and Grade 9 students who may need to review previously taught concepts. The difficultly level of this course is medium.

**Course Requirements**

Students taking this course are expected to have satisfactorily understood and mastered the most important topics taught in a standard Grade 7 Math Course. Students should be comfortable performing computations with rational numbers.

**Course Includes**

- 13 hours of video
- 31 Video-lessons
- 31 Practice worksheets
- 31 Worksheet review videos (I explain each answer step by step)
- Over 250 practice exercises
- 7 Quizzes
- Answer "keys" with worked solutions to all practice worksheets and quizzes

**Course Topics **

- Introduction
- The Real Number System
- Decimal Expansion of Rational Numbers
- Approximating Irrational Numbers/ Graphing on a Number Line
- Integer Exponents
- Properties of Exponents
- Squares/Cubes and Roots
- Writing & Comparing Numbers in Scientific Notation
- Operations with Numbers in Scientific Notation
- Proportional Relationships
- Representations of Proportional Relationships
- Comparing Proportional Relationships
- Solve One-Step Equations
- Solve Two-Step Equations
- Solve Multi-Step Equations by Combining Like Terms
- Solve Multi-Step Equations by Using Distributive Property
- Solve Multi-Step Equations with Infinite or No Solutions
- Systems of Equations
- Solve Systems of Equations by Graphing
- Solve Systems of Equations by Substitutions
- Solve Systems of Equations by Elimination
- Solve Problems involving Systems of Equations
- Functions – Definitions
- Representations of Functions
- Congruent Figures & Transformations
- Similar Figures & Dilations
- Pythagorean Theorem & Its Converse
- Using Pythagorean Theorem to find Missing Leg or Missing Hypotenuse
- Using Pythagorean Theorem to find a Missing Side
- Distance
- Volume
- Scatterplots
- Line of Best Fit

- Teacher: Kristen
- Areas of expertise: Middle School Mathematics
- Education: M.A. Mathematics Education Teachers College, Columbia University
- Interests: math and running
- Skills:
- Associations: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- Issues I care about:

answers for lesson quizzes in module 1

answers for lesson quizzes in module 2

answers for lesson quizzes in module 3

answers for lesson quizzes in module 4

answers for lesson quizzes in module 5

Quiz covering Module 1

Quiz covering Module 2 lessons 1 - 5

Quiz covering module 2, lessons 6 - 12

Quiz covering module 2, lessons 13 - 17

Quiz covering module 3

Quiz covering module 4

Quiz covering module 5

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