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1 2 I can identify parts of an expression. A-SSE.1a 3 I can create linear equations and inequalities in one variable to represent a given situation. A-CED.1 1-1 (expressions), 3-1 (inequalities) 4 I can create equations in two variables to represent relationships between quantities. A-CED.2; F-BF.1 some 4-3 5 I can interpret solutions of an equation as viable or non-viable. A-CED.3; N-Q.2 6 I can graph an equation in two variables. A-REI.10; N-Q.1 4-4, 5-1 7 I can determine the domain for a given function in two variables. F-IF.5 4-3 8 I can compare properties of two functions graphically, in table form, and algebraically. F-IF.9 4-4,5-1 9 I can determine if a relation is a function. F-IF.1 4-2 10 I can evaluate functions using function notation. F-IF.2 4-3 11 I can recognize that sequences are functions. F-IF.3 4-6 (arithmetic), 11-1 (geometric) 12 I can find key features of a graph using a graph, a table, or an equation. F-IF.4 4-4? 13 I can relate the domain of a function to its graph or the relationship it describes using real-life problems. F-IF.5 4-3 14 I can calculate and interpret the average rate of change of a function. F-IF.6 5-3, 5-4 (slope), A-5 15 I can graph a linear function and identify its intercepts. F-IF.7a 4-4, 5-1, 5-2, 5-7 16 I can identify the effect of a graph of a function through transformations with and without technology. F-BF.3 5-10, 9-4 (quadratic) 17 I can explain how linear functions grow by equal differences over equal intervals. F-LE.1a 5-1 18 I can recognize siutations in which one quantity changes at a constant rate. F-LE.1b 5-3 alg lab, 5-6? I can construct linear functions and arithmetic sequences given a graph, a description of the 4-6, 5-7, 5-8 19 relationship, or two input-output pairs. F-LE.2 20 I can interpret the parameters of a linear function in a real-life problem. F-LE.5, N-Q.1; S-ID.7 N-Q.2; NS-ID.1; 5-3 alg lab 21 I can represent data with plots on the real number line (dot plots, histograms, and box plots). Q.3 10-2 (histograms) 22 I can calculate mean and median for a given set of data. S-ID.2 10-3 23 I can calculate the interquartile range and the standard deviation for a given set of data. S-ID.2 10-3 (interquartile range) 24 I can analyze and compare measures of center and spread between two different sets of data. S-ID.2 I can describe and interpret data based on the shape, center, and spread, accounting for 25 possible effects of extreme data points. S-ID.3 26 I can summarize categorical data for two categories in two-way frequency tables. S-ID.5 27 I can interpret relative, conditional, joint, and marginal frequencies of categorical data. S-ID.5 28 I can represent bivariate data using a scatterplot and fit a function to the data. S-ID.6a; S-ID.6c 4-5, 4-5 tech lab 29 I can use a fitted model to make predictions about the data. S-ID.6a; S-ID.7 4-5 tech lab 30 I can assess the fit of a function by plotting and analyzing residuals. S-ID.6b 31 I can calculate, using technology, and interpret a correlation coefficient. S-ID.8 32 I can distinguish the difference between correlation and causation. A-CED.1; A-REI.1; AS-ID.9 4-5 (correlation) 33 I can solve a linear equation in one variable. REI.3 A-CED.1; A-REI.1; A2-3, 2-4 34 I can solve a linear inequality in one variable. REI.3 3-4, 3-5, 3-6 (compound) 35 I can solve for a given variable in a formula. A-CED.4; A-REI.1; A-REI.1 AA-CED.1; 2-5 36 I can solve an absolute value equation in one variable. REI.3 A-CED.1; A-REI.1; A2-6 37 I can solve an absolute value inequality in one variable. REI.3 3-7 38 I can graph a linear inequality in two variables. A-REI.12; N-Q.1 6-5 A-CED.3; N-Q.1; A-REI.6; 6-1, 6-4 39 I can solve a system of linear equations by graphing. A-REI.11 A-CED.3; A-REI.5; A40 I can solve a system of linear equations by substitution. 6-2, 6-4 REI.6

41 I can solve a system of linear equations by addition and multiplication. 42 I can solve a system of linear inequalities by graphing. I can write and graph a set of constraints for a linear-programming problem and find the 43 maximum and/or minimum values. 44 I can graph a square root or cube root function. 45 I can graph a piecewise function, including step and absolute value functions. 46 I can identify parts of an expression or equation in the context of a problem. 47 I can add and subtract polynomials. 48 I can multiply polynomials. 49 I can factor a quadratic expression. 50 I can solve a quadratic equation by factoring. 51 I can use the zeros of a function to make a rough sketch of the graph. 52 I can use completing the square to rewrite a quadratic expression into vertex form. I can use factoring and completing the square to identify the x-intercepts, maximum or minimum 53 value, and symmetry of the graph of a quadratic function. 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 I I I I I can can can can can graph a quadratic function, identifying key features of the graph. fit a quadratic model to represent bivariate data. explain why sums and products are either rational or irrational. solve a quadratic equation by completing the square. solve a quadratic equation by using the quadratic formula.

A-CED.3; A-REI.5; A6-3, 6-4 REI.6 A-REI.12; N-Q.1 6-6 A-REI.12; N-Q.1; ACED.3 F-IF.7b; N-Q.1 11-5 (square root) F-IF.7b; N-Q.1 Ch 5 ext (abs value), A-2 (piecewise, step) A-SSE.1b A-APR.1 7-7 A-APR.1 7-8, 7-9 A-SSE.2; A-SSE.3a 8-2, 8-3, 8-4, 8-5, 8-6 A-SSE.3a; A-APR.3 9-6 A-APR.3 A-SSE.3b F-IF.8a; A-APR.3; A9-3?, 9-5 tech lab SSE.3a; A-SSE.3b F-IF.7a; F-IF.8a; A-APR.3; 9-1, 9-2, 9-3 A-SSE.3a; A-SSE.3b S-ID.6a N-RN.3 A-REI.4a 9-8 A-REI.4a; A-REI.4b 9-9 F-LE.1a 11-2 11-3 11-4, A-4

I can explain how exponential functions have grown by equal factors over equal intervals. I I I I I I can can can can can can

recognize situations in which a quantity grows or decays by a constant percent. F-LE.1c compare linear growth, quadratic growth, and exponential growth using graphs and tables. F-LE.3 A-SSE.3c apply exponent properties to rewrite exponential functions. interpet the parameters of an exponential function in real-life problems. F-LE.5 graph exponential functions. F-IF.7e fit an exponential model to represent bivariate data. S-ID.6a

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