State Performance Indicator 
Student Edition
Lesson(s) 
7.1.spi.1

identify prime and composite numbers up
to 50; 

51 
7.1.spi.2

compute efficiently and accurately with
whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. 


7.1.spi.3 
represent numbers using a variety of equivalent
forms (i.e., mixed numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, and integers);


54,
55,
56,
75,
76

7.1.spi.4 
compare rational numbers using the appropriate
symbol (<, >, =); 

32,
58,
75

7.1.spi.5

identify the opposite and the reciprocal
of a rational number; 

34,
65 
7.1.spi.6 
connect percents greater than 100 and percents
less than one to realworld situations; 

76 
7.1.spi.7 
apply order of operations when computing
with whole numbers (no more than two parentheses and no exponents);


13,
14 
7.1.spi.
8 
solve one and twostep realworld problems
involving whole numbers, fractions, and decimals; 

11,
62,
63,
64,
76,
77,
78,
84,
85 
7.1.spi.9

use estimation strategies to select a reasonable
solution to a computation involving rational numbers; 

11,
61,
62,
63,
68,
81,
112

7.1.spi.10 
select a reasonable solution to a realworld
division problem in which the remainder must be considered.



7.1.spi.11

connect rational numbers to locations on
the number line; 

31,
32,
61,
91 
7.1.spi.12 
use ratios to represent quantitative relationships. 

71,
72,
73,
74,
77,
78 
7.2.spi.1

extend geometric and numerical patterns; 

17 
7.2.spi.2 
apply function rules; 

46 
7.2.spi.3 
extend rate charts to solve realworld problems.


14,
17

7.2.spi.4 
generalize patterns in data represented
in tables and graphs; 

46 
7.2.spi.5 
represent mathematical statements and realworld
situations using symbols; 

14,
15,
34,
36,
41,
42,
43,
44,
45

7.2.spi.6

evaluate algebraic expressions for a given
value of up to two variables; 

14,
34,
35,
36,
37 
7.2.spi.7 
solve onestep linear equations.


46 
7.2.spi.8 
solve realworld problems involving onestep
linear equations; 

46

7.2.spi.9

identify whole numbers that satisfy a given
onevariable onevariable linear inequality; 

45

7.2.spi.10 
select the scatterplot that represents the
data in tabular form; 

22 
7.2.spi.11

interpret graphs which represent rates of
change. 


7.3.spi.1 
identify the results of transformations
of twodimensional figures (i.e., turns/rotations, flips/reflections,
slides/translations). 

108,
109

7.3.spi.2 
classify triangles by angle, size, and length
of sides; 

104 
7.3.spi.3 
determine conguence of line segments, angles,
and polygons; 

103
104
105,
108,
109

7.3.spi.4 
classify polygons by properties;


104,
105 
7.3.spi.5 
use ordered pairs to describe given points
in a coordinate system. 

33 
7.3.spi.6 
determine the measure of an angle of a triangle
given the measures of the other two angles; 

104 
7.3.spi.7

apply spatial reasoning and visualization
to solve realworld problems. 


7.4.spi.1 
apply formulas to determine the areas of
rectangles and triangles; 

68,
115 
7.4.spi.2

determine the distance between two points
on the x or the yaxis in Quadrant I. 


7.4.spi.3

convert from one unit to another within
the same system; 

18,
67

7.4.spi.4 
select units of appropriate size and type
to measure angles, perimeter, area, surface area, and volume;


68,
114,
115,
116,
117,
122,
123,
124,
125

7.4.spi.5

apply formulas to determine the area of
parallelograms, trapezoids, and circles. 

114,
115,
116 
7.4.spi.6

estimate length, perimeter, circumference,
area, and volume using a variety of strategies; 

68,
69,
114,
115,
116,
122,
123,
125 
7.4.spi.7 
find or estimate the area of irregular and
complex shapes; 

117 
7.4.spi.8 
solve problems involving scale factors using
ratios and proportions. 

74 
7.5.spi.1 
interpret bar and line graphs to answer
questions and solve realworld problems. 

22,
27,
28

7.5.spi.2 
interpret circle graphs displaying realworld
data; 

102 
7.5.spi.3 
determine the mean for a data set;


24 
7.5.spi.4 
determine the median for a data set; 

24

7.5.spi.5 
make predictions based on data; 

22,
23,
24,
25,
28,
83,
91,
96,
102 
7.5.spi.6 
use a tree diagram or organized list to
determine all possible outcomes of a simple compound event. 

92 
7.5.spi.7 
connect data sets and their graphical representation
(i.e., bar graphs, stemandleaf plots, box plots, and scatterplots); 

22,
23,
25,
26,
27,
102

7.5.spi.8 
use proportional thinking to make conjectures
about results of experiments and simulations; 

96 
7.5.spi.9

connect the symbolic representation of a
probability to an experiment. 

96 