By the end of eighth grade, students who are making adequate progress in math are able to:
8.1 Translate verbal expressions into algebraic expressions and equations.
8.2 Add, subtract, multiply, divide and factor algebraic terms and expressions.
8.3 Solve equations and inequalities with one variable.
8.4 Solve a variety of percent problems
8.5 Solve various angle problems using various angle relationships.
8.6 Translate, rotate, dilate, or reflect a point or shape on the coordinate graph.
8.7 Use and apply the Pythagorean Theorem to a variety of problem situations.
8.8 Represent a function in the form of a table, graph, or equation.
8.9 Graph a linear equation on a coordinate graph from a table of values or use the Slope-Intercept method.
8.10 Solve a variety of ratio and proportion problems.