Link to Math 8 SOLs

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Unit 1- Number Sense
8.1- Compare and order real numbers (includes scientific notation, square roots, and irrational numbers). 

8.3- Estimate square roots of non-perfect squares. Identify positive or negatives square roots of perfect squares (up to 400). 

8.2- Describe relationships between the real number systems. Classify numbers into subsets of the real number system. 

Unit 2- Proportional Reasoning 
7.3- Solve practical problems using proportional reasoning. Includes measurement conversions and tax/tip/discount. 

8.4- Solve practical problems using proportional reasoning and computation for rational numbers. Includes tax/tip/discount/markup, percent increase/decrease, and computing simple interest and the new balance earned. 

7.5- Find missing sides of similar quadrilaterals and triangles using proportional reasoning. 


​​​Unit 3- Algebraic Applicaitons 
7.11/8.14a- Evaluate algebraic expressions for given replacement values. 

8.9- Find the missing side length of a right triangle using pythagorean theorem. Apply the pythaogrean theorem to solve practical problems. 

8.10- Find the area and perimeter of composite (compund) figures. 

​Unit 4- Equations and Inequalities
8.14b- Simplify algebraic expressions with only one variable. 

8.17- Solve multi-step equations that require up to 4 steps. Use multi-step equations to solve practical problems. 

8.18- Solve multi-step inequalities that require up to 4 steps. Use multi-step inequalities to solve practical problems. Graph solutions to multi-step inequalities. 


Unit 5- Funcitons
8.15- Determine if a relation is a function. Find the domain and range of a function. 

8.16a- Identify positive, negative, and zero slopes. 
8.16b/d- Graph a linear function from a table, slope and y-intercept, or slope and points. Given a graph or table, identify slope and y-intercept of a linear function. 
8.16c- Identify dependent and independent variable in a practical situation modeled by a linear function. 
8.16e- Make connections among representations of linear functions, including tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions.  


Unit 6- Geometry
8.7- Translate or reflect a polygon on a coordinate plane.
8.5- Identify and describe relationships between angles that are vertical, adjacent, supplementary, and complementary. Find missing angle measures based on these relationships. 

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​Unit 6- Geometry 
8.7- Dilate a polygon on a coordinate plane given a scale factor. 

Unit 7- Measurement
8.8- Identify or Construct 3-D models given the top or bottom, sides and front views.
8.6- Find volume and surface area of cylinders, rectangular prisms, cones, and square-based pyramids. 

Unit 8- Probability and Statistics
7.8- Determine theoretical and experimental probability of an event. 
8.11- Determine if two events are independent or dependent events and find the probability of them occurring. 
8.12- Create a box and whisker plot to describe a data set. Make observations and inferences about data represented in a box plot. Compare two data sets using boxplots. 
8.13- Represent data in a scatter plot. Determine the line of best fit for a scatter plot and determine if it has a positive, negative, or no correlation.