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  • Course Code
    MA.MMA00082/MMA00083
    Content Area
    Math
    Description
    Math 7 builds on the skills and concepts developed in Math 6. Instructional time will focus on six critical areas: (1) developing understanding of and applying proportional relationships; (2) develop an understanding of absolute value to solve problems involving integers; (3) developing understanding of operations with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations; (4) working with two- and three-dimensional shapes to solve problems involving scale drawings, area, surface area, and volume; (5) drawing inferences about populations based on samples and (6) developing an understanding of simple probability models and using them to make predictions.

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Unit Description
Details
1Number Systems
Students will solve problems involving the four operations with integers.

2Expressions
Students will use properties of operations to simplify and write equivalent algebraic expressions.
3Equations
Students will write and solve multi-step equations with variables on only one side of the equation.
4Geometric Measurement and Angle Relationships
Students will find the circumference and area of circles and solve problems involving surface area and volume of prisms, pyramids and cylinders.  They will set up and solve equations to find the measure of angles in diagrams and shapes.
5Ratios and Proportional Relationships
Students will find and interpret the constant of proportionality in tables, graphs, and equations; use proportional relationships to solve ratio problems and use scale drawings to compute actual lengths and areas.
6Percents
Students will solve percent problems including those involving percent of change, discounts, markups, sales tax, tip and original, sale or retail price.
7Inequalities
Students will solve one- & two-step inequalities involving integers and rational numbers.
8Statistics - Comparing Distributions
Students will use samples to draw inferences about populations and compare two populations using measures of center and variability.
9Probability
Students will develop probability models and use them to find them to find theoretical probabilities of an event (including compound events).