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Math I & II (May 11 - 15)
(May 4 - 8)
(April 27 - May 1)
(April 20 - 24)
(April 14 - 17)
(April 6 - 10)
(March 16 - April 3)
Number System
8.NS.1 Rational and Irrational Numbers
8.NS.2 Approximations of Square and Cube Roots
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Golden Ratio
Expressions and Equations
Exponents (8.EE.1 - 8.EE.2)
Scientific Notation (8.EE.3 - 8.EE.4)
8.EE.5 Graph and Compare Proportional Relationships
8.EE.6 Find the Equation of a Line
Linear Equations (8.EE.7 - 8.EE.8)
Functions
8.F.1 Input and Output
8.F.2 Compare Two Functions
8.F.3 Examples of Functions
8.F.4 Constructing and Interpreting Functions
8.F.5 Graphing and Analyzing Functions
Geometry
Transformations (8.G.1 - 8.G.4)
8.G.5 Angle Relationships
Pythagorean Theorem (8.G.6 - 8.G.8)
8.G.9 Volume
Statistics and Probability
Data Analysis and Probability
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Line Plots and Frequency Tables
Box-and-Whisker Plots
Scatter Plots
Permutations and Combinations
Experimental Probability
Simple Random Samples
8.SP.2 Line of Best Fit
8.SP.3 Solving Problems with Linear Models
8.SP.4 Patterns and Relative Frequencies in Data
Baseball
Scatter plot examples
There is a positive correlation between the amount of effort you put into your homework and the grade you will get on your test. These graphs represent the students homework vs. grade scores. I would say the dots appear to go up and to the right.