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Common Core: Math
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 Student Outcomes Students know what it means for a number to be raised to a power and how to represent the repeated multiplication symbolically. Students know the reason for some bases requiring...

 Student Outcomes Students use the definition of exponential notation to make sense of the first law of exponents. Students see a rule for simplifying exponential expressions involving division as a...

 Student Outcomes Students will know how to take powers of powers. Students will know that when a product is raised to a power, each factor of the product is raised to that power. Students will write...

 Student Outcomes Students know that a number raised to the zeroth power is equal to one. Students recognize the need for the definition to preserve the properties of exponents.

 Student Outcomes Students know the definition of a number raised to a negative exponent. Students simplify and write equivalent expressions that contain negative exponents.

 Student Outcomes Students extend the previous laws of exponents to include all integer exponents. Students base symbolic proofs on concrete examples to show that (xb)a = xab is valid for all integer...

 Student Outcomes Students know that positive powers of 10 are very large numbers, and negative powers of 10 are very small numbers. Students know that the exponent of an expression provides...

 Student Outcomes Students compare and estimate quantities in the form of a single digit times a power of 10. Students use their knowledge of ratios, fractions, and laws of exponents to simplify...

 Student Outcomes Students write, add and subtract numbers in scientific notation and understand what is meant by the term leading digit.

 Student Outcomes Students practice operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation and standard notation.

 Student Outcomes Students continue to practice working with very small and very large numbers expressed in scientific notation. Students read, write, and perform operations on numbers expressed in...

 Student Outcomes Students understand how choice of unit determines how easy or difficult it is to understand an expression of measurement. Students determine appropriate units for various...

 Student Outcomes Students compare numbers expressed in scientific notation. Students apply the laws of exponents to interpret data and use technology to compute with very large numbers.

 Student Outcomes Students are introduced to vocabulary and notation related to rigid motions (e.g., transformation, image, and map). Students are introduced to transformations of the plane and learn...

 Student Outcomes Students perform translations of figures along a specific vector. Students label the image of the figure using appropriate notation. Students learn that a translation maps lines to...

 Student Outcomes Students learn that when lines are translated they are either parallel to the given line, or the lines coincide. Students learn that translations map parallel lines to parallel lines...

 Student Outcomes Students know the definition of reflection and perform reflections across a line using a transparency. Students show that reflections share some of the same fundamental properties...

 Student Outcomes Students know how to rotate a figure a given degree around a given center. Students know that rotations move lines to lines, rays to rays, segments to segments, and angles to angles...

 Student Outcomes Students learn that a rotation of 180 degrees moves a point on the coordinate plane (a, b), to (a, b). Students learn that a rotation of 180 degrees around a point, not on the line...

 Student Outcomes Students learn about the sequence of transformations (one move on the plane followed by another) and that a sequence of translations enjoy the same properties as a single translation...

 Student Outcomes Students learn that the reflection is its own inverse transformation. Students understand that a sequence of a reflection followed by a translation is not equal to a translation...

 Student Outcomes Students learn that the reflection is its own inverse transformation. Students understand that a sequence of a reflection followed by a translation is not equal to a translation...

 Student Outcomes Students describe a sequence of rigid motions to map one figure onto another.

 Student Outcomes Students know the definition of congruence and related notation. Students know that to prove two figures are congruent there must be a sequence of rigid motions that maps one figure...