Unit 6: Probability - Homework Assignments for Quarter 4

I can use theoretical probability to measure the likelihood of an event happening or not happening. (6.4.1.2)

I can make predictions using experimental probability. (6.4.1.3, 6.4.1.4)

I can analyze probability situations to determine sample space and likelihood of related events occurring, and use the analysis to make decisions and predictions. (6.4.1.1, 6.4.1.2)

I can compare results from probability experiments to known theoretical probability. (6.4.1.3, 6.4.1.4)

April 8th - Mid May

Unit 7: Algebra

I can locate positive rational numbers on a number line and plot ordered pairs on a coordinate grid. (6.1.1.1)

I can identify the variables in a real-world situation and describe their relationship to each other. (6.2.1.1)

I can write equations and inequalities with variables to represent real-world situations. (6.2.3.1)

I can solve equations with variables in context using number sense and properties of arithmetic and equality. (6.2.3.2)

Given a representation of a function, I can move flexibly between tables, graphs, and equations. (6.2.1.2)

I can determine the measurement of angles formed by intersecting lines. (6.3.2.1)

I can prove the sum of the interior angles of any type of polygon. (6.3.2.2, 6.3.2.3)

Coordinate Plane Project

Unit 8: Similarity

I can use algebraic rules to describe and produce translations and reflections of figures on a coordinate grid. (7.3.2.4)

I can determine if two figures are similar. (7.3.2.1)

I can find missing measures in similar figures using scale factors and/or length and area ratios. (7.3.2.2)

I can use the properties of similarity to solve problems involving scale drawings. (7.3.2.3)