### 7th plus - I can statements

 Unit:  Linear Relationships·         I can state that the y-intercept of a proportional relationship is (0,0).·         I can graph a proportional relationship.·         I can state that the unit rate can be represented as the slope of a graph.·         I can find the unit rate from a table, graph, or equation.·         I can compare unit rates of various proportional relationships.·         I can find the slope using rise/run on a graph.o   I can draw right triangles on a graph to compute the slope.o   I can compare the slope of various sets of two points from the same line using rise/run.o   I can compare the ratios of rise/run for pairs of points on a line.o   I can show that all ratios of two points on a line are equal.·         I can state that y = mx means that m is the slope and the y-intercept is (0,0).·         I can state that y = mx + b means that m is the slope and the y-intercept is (0, b).·         I can look at a table and decide whether it is linear or not.·         I can look at an equation and decide whether it is linear or not.·         I can look at a graph and decide whether it is linear or not.·         I can tell if a real life situation is linear.·         I can compare two linear representations.·         I can solve a two-step equation and show my work algebraically.·         I can use the slope formula to find the slope.            ·         I can write a linear equation from two points (the two points can be given as two points, on a line, graph, table, or situation)·         I can find the y-intercept given two points.·         I can interpret the meaning of slope and the y-intercept from a situation or two points.Unit:   Number System ·         I can use the exponent rules to simplify integer expressions      34 x 35      3-5      34/35      (32)4 ·         I can write an estimate of a large and/or small quantity in scientific notation ·         I can write numbers in scientific notation ·         I can convert from standard form to scientific notation and vice versa ·         I can add and subtract numbers in scientific notation ·         I can multiply and divide numbers in scientific notation ·         I can find a square root ·         I can identify a perfect square ·         I recognize that finding the square root is the opposite of squaring a number ·         I can find a cube root ·         I can find a perfect cube ·         I can classify a number as rational or irrational ·         I can convert a repeating decimal into a rational number ·         I can estimate square roots ·         I can locate an irrational number on a number line ·         I can use estimates to compare two irrational numbers ·         I can use visual models to demonstrate the Pythagorean Theorem ·         I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing side lengths ·         I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to determine if a triangle is a right triangle ·         I can solve real life problems using the Pythagorean Theorem ·         I can draw a diagram to find right triangles in a 3 dimensional figure and use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate various dimensions ·         I can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance between two pointsUnit:  Equations ·         I can combine like terms ·         I can use the distributive property and combine like terms ·         I can solve equations with grouping symbols ·         I can solve equations with variables on both sides ·         I can determine if an equation has 1 solution, zero solutions, or an infinite number of solutions             ·         I can solve a system of linear equations by graphing (slope intercept and standard form).            ·         I can interpret my solution in the context of the problem Unit: Systems   ·         I can solve a system of linear equations by graphing (slope intercept and standard form). ·         I can solve a system of linear equations algebraically (substitution). ·         I can determine if a system has 1 solution, zero solutions, or an infinite number of solutions ·         I can interpret my solution in the context of the problemUnit:   Functions & Statistics·         I understand that for every input there is only one output. ·         I can show the relationship between input and outputs of function by graphing ·         I can evaluate a function and use the term  f(x) ·         I can compare two functions and describe their rates and y-intercepts ·         I can compare the graphs of functions ·         I can compare two functions that have different representations (graph, table, etc.) ·         I can explain why the equation y=mx+b represents a linear function ·         I can interpret slope and y-intercept of a linear function ·         I can give examples of nonlinear functions ·         I can analyze a table to determine if it is linear or nonlinear ·         I can create a table of values that is nonlinear ·         I can match a graph of a function to a given situation ·         I can write a story that describes a graph ·         I can create a graph for a story  ·         I can plot ordered pairs on a coordinate grid ·         I can interpret a scatterplot ·         I can determine if a scatterplot has a linear or nonlinear association ·         I can draw a trend line for a scatterplot with a linear association ·         I can determine if a trend is a good model for the data ·         I can write the equation of the trend line ·         I can make predictions based on the equation for the trend line ·         I can construct a two way table to record the relative frequencies ·         I can determine the relative frequencies for rows and/or columns of a two way table ·         I can make predictions based on my relative frequencies Unit: Geometry   ·         I can state that after a translation, the corresponding lines, line segments measurements, angle measurements, and parallel lines remain the same.  ·         I can state that after a reflection, the corresponding lines, line segments measurements, angle measurements, and parallel lines remain the same.  ·         I can state that after a rotation, the corresponding lines, line segments measurements, angle measurements, and parallel lines remain the same.  ·         I can prove that two figures are congruent based on transformations. ·         I can use reflections, rotations, and/or translations to prove or disprove that two figures are congruent. ·         I can use the coordinates to describe the results of a dilation ·         I can use the coordinates to describe the results of a reflection ·         I can use the coordinates to describe the results of a rotation ·         I can use the coordinates to describe the results of a translation ·         I can prove that two figures are similar using transformation ·         I can identify a sequence of transformations that prove whether two figures are similar ·         I can prove that the sum of a triangle’s interior angles is the same measure as a straight angle (tearing off angles of a triangle) ·         I can state the relationships and measurements of the angles created when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal ·         I can determine if two triangles are similar based on angle measurement ·         I can find the volume of a cylinder ·         I can find the volume of a cone ·         I can find the volume of a sphere ·         I can solve real world problems involving the volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres