 1)  Use decision-making problems solving process, vocabulary, and operational terms.

I)     Vocabulary and operational terms.

II)  Steps in solving real world problems.

2)  Solve fractions, decimal, and percent problems.

I)        Solve fractions.

II)  Solve decimals.

3)  Calculating percents.

I)   Find percents.

4)  Compute sales tax, unit price and sale price.

I)        Solve word problems using the interest, distance and cost formula.

II)       Calculating net value.

III)       Find the total for an order after calculating the cost of two items and sales tax.

IV)   Calculate the difference between hourly and daily wages.

5)  Solve real world problems using probability.

I)  Associate verbal names, written word name, written word name and standard numeral

with ratios and proportions.

II)      Understand the relationship between ratio and proportion and fractions.

III)  Solve word problems using ratio and proportion.

6)  Solve algebraic equations.

I)        Writing algebraic expressions.

II)  Constructing a rectangular coordinates system showing positive and negative X and Y values.

III)  Describing a variety of patterns and relationships.

7)  Solve one and two step algebra equations with one variable.

I)        Solving one step equations.

II)  Solving two-step equations.

8)  Finding squares and square roots.

I)  Solve equations with the mathematic concepts of squares, square roots, and order of operations.

9)  Solve measurement problems.

I)        Convert between metric units.

II)  Convert U.S. system of measures (yards-feet-inches; cups-pints-gallons).

10)  Find perimeter, area, and volume.

I)        Solve geometry problems using area, perimeter, and volume formulas.

II)  Solve real-world problems by estimating measurements.

11)  Interpret and compared data from a graph and table.

I)  Interpret and compare data.

12)  Know different types and relationships of angles and triangles.

I)  Angles.

II)  Triangles.