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# ∞ A L G E B R A 1 E X P E C TAT I O N S C H E C K L I S T ∞

The following document is a checklist for you to complete as we progress through units 0-3. Its
purpose is to involve you in your assessment of mathematical understanding. You should be using
this daily/weekly to appraise how well you have learned the material. More specifically you should be
aiming to master each skill and concept, but understand that mastery will take time and practice so
there will be times where you are still confused (have a difficult time starting problem) or
proficient (are able to do easy types of problems). Being able to recognize where you are at will help
you achieve a greater mathematical understanding. Therefore this process is essential to your
learning because recognizing what you know and don’t know is half the battle.
Unit 0 Review

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CONCEPT: NUMBER SENSE
#1 Comparing Decimals
#2 Ordering Decimals
#3 Know what a factor of a whole number is
and can find all the factors of a number
#4 Know what a multiple is of a number is and
can find some multiples
#5 Can write a fraction as a percent or
decimal and vice versa
CONCEPT: ARITHMETIC
#6 Can add subtract multiply and divide whole
numbers
#7 Can add subtract multiply and divide
decimal numbers
#8 Can add subtract multiply and divide
fractions
#9 Can convert a mixed number to an improper
fraction
#10 Can convert an improper fraction to a mixed
number
#11 Can convert units of measurement
CONCEPT: GEOMETRY
#12 Can find the area, perimeter, volume,
and surface area of geometric shapes
including a circle
Unit 1 Expressions, Equations, and Functions
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CONCEPT: EVALUATING AND WRITING EXPRESSIONS
1-2 #1 Can apply order of operations to correctly
evaluate an expression without variables
1-2 #2 Can apply order of operations to
correctly evaluate an expression with
variables
1-3 #3 Can write an expression from a verbal
model
CH 1 #4 Know what the difference between an
expression and an equation is
CONCEPT: USING EXPRESSIONS TO WRITE EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
1-4 #5 Can write an equation and inequality
1-4 #6 Can check a possible solution for
corrections
1-5 #7 Can read and understand a word problem
1-5 #8 Can make a plan to solve a word problem
1-5 #9 Can use the plan to solve the problem
correctly
CONCEPT: REPRESENTATIONS OF FUNCTIONS
1-6 #10 Can determine if a table represents a
function
1-7 #11 Can determine if a graph represents a
function
1-6 #12 Can identify the domain and range from a
table
1-7 #13 Can identify the domain and range from a
graph
1-6 #14 Can identify the corresponding range of a
function if given a domain
1-6 #15 Can write a function from a table
1-6 #16 Can write a function from a verbal model
1-7 #17 Can write a function from a graph
1-7 #18 Can make a table from a graph
1-7 #19 Can make a graph from an equation by
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Unit 2 Properties of Real Numbers

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CONCEPT: OPERATIONS WITH REAL NUMBERS

## CH 2 #1 Know what a whole number, rational,

irrational, and integers are
2-1 #2 Can find the opposite of a number

## 2-4 #8 Can find the multiplicative inverses of

real numbers
2-7 #9 Can find the square root of real numbers

## CH 2 #10 Knows what types of numbers are included

in the real number system
CONCEPT: PROPERTIES OF REAL NUMBERS

## 2-1 #12 Can order real numbers in ascending

order
2-1 #13 Can order real numbers in descending
order
2-1 #14 Can graph on a number line and compare
real numbers
2-2 #15 Identify properties of addition

## 2-1 #18 Can analyze a conditional statement

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Unit 3 Solving Linear Equations
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CONCEPT: SOLVING EQUATIONS IN ONE VARIABLE
3-1 #1 Solve an equation using addition
3-1 #2 Solve an equation using subtraction
3-1 #3 Solve an equation using multiplication
3-1 #4 Solve an equation using division
3-2 #5 Solve a two step equation
3-3 #6 Solve a multi-step equation
3-4 #7 Solve equations with variables on both
sides
3-4 #8 Identify the number of solutions to an
equation
CONCEPT: RATIO, PROPORTIONS, AND PERCENT PROBLEMS
3-5 #9 Write a ratio
3-5 #10 Write a proportion
3-5 #11 Know what the difference between a ratio
and proportion is
3-6 #12 Can cross multiply (or use the cross
products property)
3-7 #13 Can find a percent using a proportion
3-7 #14 Can apply the percent equation to find the
percent of increase
3-7 #15 Can apply the percent equation to find the
percent of decrease
CONCEPT: REWRITING EQUATIONS IN TWO OR MORE VARIABLES
3-8 #16 Can solve an equation for y in terms of x
3-8 #17 Can solve an equation for one variable in
terms of the other variables
3-8 #18 Can apply these transformed equations
to solve a problem

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Unit 4 Graphing Linear Equations

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CONCEPT: GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATION
4-1 #1 Can plot points in a coordinate plane
4-1 #2 Can identify what quadrant a point is in
4-1 #3 Can give the coordinates of a given point
4-2 #4 Can graph a horizontal line from a given
equation
4-2 #5 Can graph a vertical line from a given
equation
4-2 #6 Can graph an equation using a table
4-3 #7 Can find the intercepts of the graph of an
equation
4-4 #8 Can graph an equation using the
intercepts
4-4 # 9 Can find the slope of a line from two
points
4-4 #10 Can find the slope of a line from a graph
4-4 #11 Can find the slope of a line from a table
4-4 #12 Can find a coordinate when given the
slope of a line
4-5 #13 Can graph an equation using the slope
intercept form of a line
4-7 #14 Can evaluate a linear equation using
function notation
4-7 #15 Knows what the parent function of liner
equations is
4-7 #16 Can find an x value when f(x)=something
4-7 #17 Can graph a linear function
4-7 #18 Can compare linear functions to the parent
function f(x)=x
CH 4 #19 Apply knowledge of linear equations to
identify solutions to equations in two
variables
CH 4 #20 Apply knowledge of linear equations to
model real life situations with an equation
on two variables
CH 4 #21 Apply knowledge of linear equations to
solve real world problems
CONCEPT: DIRECT VARIATION
4-6 #22 Know what direct variation means
4-6 #23 Can identify a direct variation equation
4-6 #24 Can write a direct variation equation
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4-6 #25 Apply a direct variation equation to solve
a problem

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CONCEPT: WRITING LINEAR EQUATIONS IN A VARIETY OF FORMS
5-1 #1 Can write an equation in slope intercept
form
5-3&4 #2 Can write an equation of a line given a slope
and a point
5-3 #3 Can write an equation of a line given two
points
5-3 #4 Can write an equation in point slope form
CH 5 #5 Can transform an equation to slope
intercept form
5-4 #6 Can write an equation in standard form
CONCEPT: PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR LINES
5-4 #1 Can apply knowledge about slopes to
determine whether two lines are parallel
5-5 #2 Can write an equation of a parallel line
5-5 #3 Can write an equation of a perpendicular
line
5-5 #4 Can apply knowledge about slopes to
determine whether two lines are
perpendicular
CONCEPT: USING LINEAR MODELS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS
CH 5 #1 Can apply knowledge of linear functions to
model (write an equation) a situation
involving a constant rate of change
CH 5 #2 Can apply linear models to solve problem
CONCEPT: MODELING DATA WITH A LINE OF BEST FIT
5-7 #1 Can determine the correlation of data
5-7 #2 Can make a scatterplot
5-7 #3 Can draw a line to fit data (best fit line)
5-7 #4 Interpolate using an equation
5-7 #5 Extrapolate using data

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Unit 6 Solving Linear Inequalities

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CONCEPT: SOLVING INEQUALITIES
6-1 #1 Can solve an inequality using addition
6-1 #2 Can solve an inequality using subtraction
6-2 #3 Can solve an inequality using multiplication
6-2 #4 Can solve an inequality using division
6-3 #5 Can solve an inequality using one or more
arithmetic operations
CH 6 #6 Can apply inequalities to model real world
situations

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Unit 7 Systems of Equations

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CONCEPT: SOLVING LINEAR SYSTEMS BY GRAPHING
7-1 #1 Can graph a system of linear equations with
and without technology
7-1 #2 Can graphically check a solution to a linear
system of equations
7-5 #3 Can recognize graphically systems with no
solutions
7-5 #4 Can recognize graphically systems with
infinite solutions
CONCEPT: SOLVING SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS ALGEBRAICALLY
7-2 #1 Can solve a system by substitution
7-3 #2 Can solve a system by adding/subtracting
equations
7-4 #3 Can solve a system by multiplying
CH 7 #4 Are able to apply knowledge of solving to
pick best method for solving equations
CONCEPT: MATRICES
Supp. #1 Can solve a system of equations using
matrices and graphing calculators

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Unit 8 Exponents and Exponential Functions

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CONCEPT: PROPERTIES OF EXPONENTS
8-1 #1 Can use product of powers property to
simplify algebraic expressions
8-1 #2 Can use power of powers property to
simplify algebraic expressions
8-1 #3 Can use power of product property to
simplify algebraic expressions
8-2 #4 Can use quotient of powers property to
simplify algebraic expressions
8-2 #5 Can use power of a quotient property to
simplify algebraic expressions
8-3 #6 Know what any expression to the zero
power is
8-3 #7 Know how a negative exponents impacts an
algebraic expression
8-3 #8 Can simplify an expression containing
negative exponents
CH 8 #9 Can simplify an exponent using at two to
three properties in one problem
CONCEPT: SCIENTIFIC NOTATION
8-4 #1 Can write a number in scientific notation
8-4 #2 Can compute with numbers in scientific
notation
CONCEPT: EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS
8-5 #1 Can graph an exponential growth function
8-5 #2 Can apply an exponential growth model to
solve problems
8-6 #3 Can graph an exponential decay function
8-6 #4 Can apply an exponential decay model to
solve problems

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11-2 #1 Knows what simple radical form
11-2 #2 Can rewrite radical expressions in simple
11-3 #3 Can solve a radical equation
11-3 #4 Can identify an extraneous solution
Supp #5 Knows the general shape of a radical
function

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Units 9 Polynomials and Factoring

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CONCEPT: ADDING SUBTRACTING, AND MULTIPLYING POLYNOMIALS
#1 Can classify polynomials
#3 Can subtract polynomials
#4 Can multiply polynomials (up to two
trinomials)
#5 Can find special products of polynomials
CONCEPT: FACTORING POLYNOMIALS
#1 Can factor a common term out of a
polynomial
#2 Can factor a polynomial in the form of
x2+bx+c
#3 Can factor special products
CONCEPT: SOLVING POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS
#1 Can use the zero product property to solve a
polynomial equation

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Unit 10 Quadratic Equations and Functions

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10-1 #1 Can graph y=ax2 with and without
technology
10-1 #2 Can graph y=x2 + c with and without
technology
10-2 #3 Can graph y=ax2+bx+c with technology
CH 10 #4 Can find the vertex
CH 10 #5 Can find the axis of symmetry
10-2 #6 Can find a max. or min. value
10-3 #1 Can solve a quadratic by graphing (with
technology)
10-1 #2 Can solve a quadratic by factoring and using
the zero product property
10-4 #3 Can solve a quadratic by using square roots
CH 10 #5 Can apply knowledge of quadratics to
identify the best method for solving a

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Unit 12 Rational Equations

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CONCEPT: GRAPHING RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
12-2 #1 a
Can graph y = with and with out
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technology
12-2 #2 a
Can identify domain restrictions of y = with
x
and without technology
12-2 #3 a
Can identify range restrictions of y = with
x
technology
12-2 #4 1
Can graph y = + k with technology
x
12-2 #5 1
Can identify domain restrictions of y = + k
x
with and without technology
12-2 #6 1
Can identify range restrictions of y = + k
x
with technology
12-2 #7 1
Can graph y = with technology
x−h
12-2 #8 1
Can identify domain restrictions of y =
x−h
with and without technology
12-2 #9 1
Can identify range restrictions of y =
x−h
with technology
CONCEPT: OPERATIONS ON RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
12-2 #1 Can find excluded values of a rational
expression
12-3 #2 Can divide a polynomial by a monomial
12-3 #3 Can divide a polynomial (in its factored
form) by a binomial
12-3 #4 Can divide a polynomial (in its non-factored
form) by a binomial
CONCEPT: SOLVING RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
12-1 #1 Can use an inverse variation equation to

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solve real world problems
12-7 #2 Can solve a rational equations using cross
multiplication

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CONCEPT: PROBABILITIES OF SIMPLE AND COMPOUND EVENTS
13-1 #1 Can find a theoretical probability
13-1 #2 Can find the odds
13-2 #3 Can use a permutations formula with and
without technology
13-3 #4 Can use a combinations formula with and
without technology
13-4 #5 Can find the probability of a compound
event
13-4 #6 Can find the probability of Independent and
dependent events
CONCEPT: ANALYZING DATA
13-5 #1 Can classify a sample
13-5 #2 Can identify bias
13-6 #3 Can compare measures of central tendency
13-6 #4 Can compare measures of dispersion
13-7 #5 Can make a stem and leaf plot
13-7 #6 Can analyze a stem and leaf plot
13-7 #7 Can make a histogram plot
13-7 #8 Can analyze a histogram plot
13-8 #9 Can make a box and whisker plot
13-8 #10 Can analyze a box and whisker plot

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Midterm Project:
CH. PROJECT:
1 #1 Demonstrate how to represent a function as
a graph, table, and equation
4&5 #2 Demonstrate that they are able to apply
linear function concepts to model real life
situtations
2&3 #3 Demonstrate that they can solve multi step
equations using properties of real numbers
1-5 #4 Demonstrate an ability to communicate
mathematically with vocabulary, and
different ways of representing mathematical
information
1-5 #5 Demonstrated that they were able to apply
technology to solve or investigate problems
2 # 6 Demonstrated that they were able to
designa problem solving plan and use it to
solve a real life problem
1,4&5 # 7 Demonstrated a clear mathematical
knowledge of domain and range and were
able to apply this knowledge to determine
anm appropriate domain to model their
problem with
5 # 8 Demonstrated an ability to write a linear
equation in all forms and utilize the best
form for their particular problem

## End of the year Project:

CONCEPT: COMPARING RELATIVE MAGNITUDES OF FUNCTIONS
10-8 #1 Choose functions using sets of ordered pairs
#2 Identify functions using differences or ratios
#3 Write an equation for the function
#4 Compare relative orders of magnitudes

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