Standards and Expectations 
Student Edition Lesson(s) 
8.1.spi.1 
identify the opposite and the reciprocal of a rational number; 

13,
15,
24 
8.1.spi.2 
compare rational numbers using the appropriate symbol (<, >, =). 

13,
22,
29,
33,
52 
8.1.spi.3 
use ratios and proportions to represent realworld situations (i.e.,
scale drawings, probability); 

41,
42,
44,
45,
46,
47,
48,
81,
82,
85,
86 
8.1.spi.4 
determine the approximate locations of rational numbers on a number
line; 

33,
54,
81 
8.1.spi.5 
determine the square roots of perfect squares
(< 169); 

31 
8.1.spi.6 
work flexibly with fractions, decimals, and percents to solve one
and twostep word problems; 


8.1.spi.7 
compute efficiently and accurately with
whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents; 


8.1.spi.8 
use estimation strategies to select a reasonable
solution to a realworld problem involving computing with rational
numbers; 

54 
8.1.spi.9 
calculate rates involving cost per unit
to determine the best buy. 

41 
8.1.spi.10 
use exponential, scientific, and calculator
notation to represent large numbers in realworld situations;


28,
29 
8.1.spi.11 
apply order of operations in computing with
rational numbers using no more than two parentheses and exponents
1 and 2. 

12 
8.2.spi.1 
generalize a variety of patterns with symbolic rules; 

111,
112,
113 
8.2.spi.2 
evaluate a firstdegree algebraic expression given values for two
or more variables. 

12 
8.2.spi.3 
represent situations and solve realworld problems using symbolic
algebra; 

12,
17,
18,
19,
27,
34,
123,
124,
125 
8.2.spi.4 
connect symbolic expressions and graphs of lines; 

113,
114,
115 
8.2.spi.5

generate equivalent forms for simple algebraic
expressions; , , 

123,
124,
125 
8.2.spi.6 
solve one and twostep linear equations involving integers; 

113 
8.2.spi.7 
apply given formulas to solve realworld
problems; 

35,
58,
71,
72,
75,
76,
77,
78 
8.2.spi.8

interpret graphs which represent rates
of change. 

42 
8.2.spi.9 
formulate multistep equations that represent
relationships and realworld situations; 

103 
8.2.spi.10 
solve onestep linear inequalities;


105,
106,
107 
8.2.spi.11 
connect the appropriate graph to a linear
equation. 

113 
8.3.spi.1

classify types of two and threedimensional geometric figures using
their defining properties; 

62,
64,
72,
74 
8.3.spi.2

use ordered pairs to describe given points in a coordinate system.



8.3.spi.3 
identify relationships among angles (i.e., complementary, supplementary,
interior, exterior, vertical, corresponding); 

61 
8.3.spi.4 
recognize similar geometric figures; 

45 
8.3.spi.5 
determine the measure of an angle of a triangle
given the measures of the other two angles; 

62 
8.3.spi.6

apply relationships among angles and side lengths of similar geometric
figures; 

45 
8.3.spi.7

apply spatial reasoning and visualization
to solve realworld problems. 


8.3.spi.8 
apply geometric ideas and relationships
in areas outside the mathematics classroom (i.e., art, science, everyday
life); 


8.3.spi.9

solve problems using angle relationships
(i.e., complementary, supplementary, interior, exterior, vertical,
corresponding). 

61 
8.4.spi.1 
select units of appropriate size and type to measure angles, perimeter,
area, surface area, and volume; 

71,
72,
73,
75,
76,
77,
78 
8.4.spi.2 
convert from one unit to another within the same system. 


8.4.spi.3 
estimate length, perimeter, circumference, area, and volume using
a variety of strategies; 

71,
72,
75,
76,
77 
8.4.spi.4 
apply formulas to find the area of triangles, parallelograms, and
trapezoids; 

71,
73,
77,
78 
8.4.spi.5

solve realworld problems involving rate/time/distance
(i.e., d = rt); 

19,
23 
8.4.spi.6 
apply formulas to find the circumference and area of circles; 

72,
73 
8.4.spi.7 
estimate or find the area of irregular
and complex shapes. 

73 
8.4.spi.8 
solve problems involving scale factors using
ratios and proportions; 

46 
8.4.spi.9 
solve realworld problems using the Pythagorean
Theorem (no radicals). 

34,
35 
8.5.spi.1 
identify an appropriate sample to test a given hypothesis. 

87 
8.5.spi.2 
interpret appropriate graphical representations of data (i.e..,
histograms, box plots, scatterplots); 

93 
8.5.spi.3

determine the mean of a given set of realworld data; 

94,
95 
8.5.spi.4 
connect data sets and their graphical representations (i.e., histograms,
stemandleaf plots, box plots, scatterplots); 

91,
92,
93,
96,
116 
8.5.spi.5

make conjectures and predictions based
on data; 

87 
8.5.spi.6 
connect the symbolic representation of a probability to an experiment. 

81,
86 
8.5.spi.7 
determine the median of a given set of realworld
data (even number of data); 

94,
95 
8.5.spi.8 
recognize misleading presentations of data.


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