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- Collect, organize and display data

- Construct histograms to represent appropriate data

- Evaluate representations of data

- Analyze and evaluate arguments based on mean, median and mode.

Students will be able to:

- Identify and extend patterns

-Use algebra to describe pattern rules

-Represent relationships using table of values and scatter plots

-Solve problems involving patterns.

-Describe the relationship among the radius, diameter, circumference, and area of a circle.

- Develop and apply formulas to determine the circumference of a circle and the area of a circle

- Draw a circle with given measurements.

Student's will know by the end of the unit

- Represent a composite number as a product of prime numbers

- Use prime factorization to identify common factors and common multiples

- Use exponents to represent repeated multiplication

- Use expanded form and scientific notation to represent whole numbers

- Estimate and calculate square roots

- Use order of operations with whole numbers and decimals

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**Current Unit****Chapter 3 Collecting, Organizing and Displaying Data**

Students will be able to:Students will be able to:

- Collect, organize and display data

- Construct histograms to represent appropriate data

- Evaluate representations of data

- Analyze and evaluate arguments based on mean, median and mode.

**Upcoming Unit**

Chapter 4 Patterning and AlgebraChapter 4 Patterning and Algebra

Students will be able to:

- Identify and extend patterns

-Use algebra to describe pattern rules

-Represent relationships using table of values and scatter plots

-Solve problems involving patterns.

**Completed Units:****Chapter 5 Measurement of Circles**

Students will be able to:Students will be able to:

-Describe the relationship among the radius, diameter, circumference, and area of a circle.

- Develop and apply formulas to determine the circumference of a circle and the area of a circle

- Draw a circle with given measurements.

**Chapter 1: Number Relationships**Student's will know by the end of the unit

- Represent a composite number as a product of prime numbers

- Use prime factorization to identify common factors and common multiples

- Use exponents to represent repeated multiplication

- Use expanded form and scientific notation to represent whole numbers

- Estimate and calculate square roots

- Use order of operations with whole numbers and decimals