8.1.A: Solve one-variable linear equations.

8.1.B: Solve one- and two-step linear inequalities and graph the solutions on the number line.

8.1.C: Represent a linear function with a verbal description, table, graph, or symbolic expression, and make connections among these representations.

8.1.D: Determine the slope and y-intercept of a linear function described by a symbolic expression, table, or graph.

8.1.G: Determine and justify whether a given verbal description, table, graph, or symbolic expression represents a linear relationship.

#### 8.2: Properties of geometric figures

8.2.A: Identify pairs of angles as complementary, supplementary, adjacent, or vertical, and use these relationships to determine missing angle measures.

8.2.B: Determine missing angle measures using the relationships among the angles formed by parallel lines and transversals.

8.2.C: Demonstrate that the sum of the angle measures in a triangle is 180 degrees, and apply this fact to determine the sum of the angle measures of polygons and to determine unknown angle measures.

8.2.D: Represent and explain the effect of one or more translations, rotations, reflections, or dilations (centered at the origin) of a geometric figure on the coordinate plane.

8.2.E: Quickly recall the square roots of the perfect squares from 1 through 225 and estimate the square roots of other positive numbers.

8.2.F: Demonstrate the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse and apply them to solve problems.

8.2.G: Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to determine the distance between two points on the coordinate plane.

#### 8.3: Summary and analysis of data sets

8.3.A: Summarize and compare data sets in terms of variability and measures of center.

8.3.B: Select, construct, and analyze data displays, including box-and-whisker plots, to compare two sets of data.

8.3.C: Create a scatterplot for a two-variable data set, and, when appropriate, sketch and use a trend line to make predictions.

8.3.D: Describe different methods of selecting statistical samples and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each method.

8.3.E: Determine whether conclusions of statistical studies reported in the media are reasonable.

8.3.F: Determine probabilities for mutually exclusive, dependent, and independent events for small sample spaces.

8.4.A: Represent numbers in scientific notation, and translate numbers written in scientific notation into standard form.

8.4.C: Evaluate numerical expressions involving non-negative integer exponents using the laws of exponents and the order of operations.

8.4.D: Identify rational and irrational numbers.

#### 8.5: Reasoning, problem solving, and communication

8.5.C: Analyze and compare mathematical strategies for solving problems, and select and use one or more strategies to solve a problem.

8.5.D: Represent a problem situation, describe the process used to solve the problem, and verify the reasonableness of the solution.

8.5.H: Make and test conjectures based on data (or information) collected from explorations and experiments.

Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017

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