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MahometSeymour Schools

Curriculum

Mathematics  PreAlgebra 9


The learner will be able to evaluate numeric
expressions using the order of operations.

The learner will be able to use variables to evaluate
algebraic expressions.

The learner will be able to recognize and apply the
properties of addition and multiplication.

The learner will be able to simplify algebraic
expressions using the distributive property.

The learner will be able to differentiate between an
equation and an open sentence and solve an open sentence.

The learner will be able to solve a problem using the
guessandcheck strategy.

The learner will be able to use inverse operations to
solve equations.

The learner will be able to translate verbal phrases
as algebraic expressions.

The learner will be able to solve a problem by using
an equation.

The learner will be able to evaluate inequalities.

The learner will be able to graph integers on a
number line.

The learner will be able to find the absolute value of
a number.

The learner will be able to recognize the order of
integers on the number line.

The learner will be able to add integers on the
number line.

The learner will be able to use properties to add
integers.

The learner will be able to subtract integers and use
the distributive property to combine like terms.

The learner will be able to determine the truth value
of a statement and its negation.

The learner will be able to multiply integers.

The learner will be able to divide integers.

The learner will be able to solve problems involving
integers.

Solving Onestep Equations

The learner will be able to use the subtraction
property of equality to solve onestep equations.

The learner will be able to use the addition property
of equality to solve onestep equations.

The learner will be able to use the division property
of equality to solve onestep equations.

The learner will be able to use the multiplication
property of equality to solve onestep equations.

The learner will be able to apply the properties of
equality to solve problems involving formulas.

The learner will be able to find the perimeter and
area of squares and rectangles.

The learner will be able to use the addition and
subtraction properties of equality to solve inequalities.

The learner will be able to use the multiplication
and division properties of equality to solve inequalities.

The learner will be able to determine the truth value
of compound statements.

The learner will be able to solve verbal problems by
translating them into equations and inequalities.

The learner will be able to use the divisibility
rules to determine if a number is a factor of another number.

The learner will be able to determine whether an
expression is a monomial.

The learner will be able to evaluate expressions
containing exponents.

The learner will be able to solve a problem by
drawing a diagram.

The learner will be able to identify prime and
composite numbers.

The learner will be able to write the prime
factorization of a composite number.

The learner will be able to find the greatest common
factor (GCF) of two or more integers or monomials.

The learner will be able to simplify fractions by
using GCF.

The learner will be able to find the least common
multiple (LCM) of two or more numbers.

The learner will be able to compare fractions with unlike
denominators by writing equivalent fractions with the LCM as the
denominator.

The learner will be able to find the least common
denominator of algebraic fractions.

The learner will be able to multiply powers.

The learner will be able to divide powers.

The learner will be able to identify and compare
rational numbers.

The learner will be able to rename decimals as fractions.

The learner will be able to round decimals and use
rounding to estimate sums and differences of decimals.

The learner will be able to add and subtract
decimals.

The learner will be able to add and subtract
fractions with like denominators.

The learner will be able to add and subtract
fractions with unlike denominators.

The learner will be able to solve equations and inequalities
involving rational numbers.

The learner will be able to solve a problem by
looking for a pattern.

The learner will be able to identify and extend an
arithmetic sequence.

The learner will be able to represent a sequence
algebraically.

The learner will be able to convert measures within
the customary system and add and subtract customary measures.

Multiplying and Dividing Rational No.

The learner will be able to write fractions as
terminating or repeating decimals.

The learner will be able to estimate products and
quotients of rational numbers.

The learner will be able to multiply fractions.

The learner will be able to multiply decimals.

The learner will be able to identify and use the
properties of multiplication.

The learner will be able to divide fractions.

The learner will be able to divide decimals.

The learner will be able to solve equations and
inequalities containing rational numbers.

The learner will be able to identify examples of
deductive and inductive reasoning.

The learner will be able to recognize and extend
geometric sequences.

The learner will be able to represent a geometric
sequence algebraically.

The learner will be able to write numbers in
scientific notation.

The learner will be able to compare rational numbers.

The learner will be able to find the circumference of
a circle.

Solving Equations and Inequalities

The learner will be able to solve a problem working
backwards.

The learner will be able to solve equations that
involve two operations.

The learner will be able to solve verbal problems by
translating them into twostep equations.

The learner will be able to solve equations with
variables on each side.

The learner will be able to solve equations that involve
more than one operation.

The learner will be able to solve inequalities that
involve more than one operation.

The learner will be able to solve verbal problems involving
rational numbers by translating them into inequalities.

The learner will be able to convert measures within
the metric system.

Graphing Equations and Inequalities

The learner will be able to graph a solution of an
equation on a number line.

The learner will be able to graph the solution of an
inequality on a number line.

The learner will be able to identify the ordered pair
of numbers associated with a point on a grid.

The learner will be able to graph points in a
coordinate system.

The learner will be able to find solutions for
equations with two variables.

The learner will be able to graph linear equations on
a coordinate system.

The learner will be able to solve a problem using a
graph.

The learner will be able to find the slope of a line.

The learner will be able to graph a line equation by
using the xintercept and the yintercept.

The learner will be able to solve systems of linear
equations by graphing.

The learner will be able to graph linear inequalities
on a coordinate system.

