My Checklist

My Checklist to Pass Math 1.

Common Core Standards for Common Core Foundations and Math I.

If you can check off all the bullets, then you are ready to pass your End Of Course Test.

Bold  standards will be covered in the fall semester during Foundations of Math.

• I can explain why a rational exponent can be written as a radical expression.
• I can rewrite a rational exponent into a radical expression and simplify the expression and vice versa.
• I can identify an algebraic expression as linear, quadratic or exponential.
• I can identify the parts of a linear, exponential, or quadratic expression.
• I can breakdown complicated expressions into simple parts.
• I can rewrite algebraic expressions by adding, subtracting, multiplying or factoring and identifying the new form as linear, quadratic, or exponential.
• I can use units as a way to understand and guide the solution to a problem.
• I can graph data and interpret a data display using the appropriate scale and units.
• I can state and use the appropriate level of accuracy of a measurement.
• I can define and identify a function.
• I can define and identify domain and range.
• I can evaluate functions and explain the input and output in context.
• I can explain the parts of a function in context.
• I can explain the formulas for the circumference of a circle, area of a circle, and the volume of cylinder, pyramid, and cone.
• I can find the volume of cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres using a formula.
• I can identify the dependent and independent variables in the context of a problem.
• I can identify the important features of a graph and explain them in the context of a problem.
• I can determine the appropriate domain based on the context of a problem.
• I can find the average rate of change.
• I can use technology to identify the important features of a graph. (linear only)
• I can compare functions represented in different forms (algebraically, verbally, graphically, and with numerical tables). (linear only)
• I can translate a function.
• I can create and interpret a function in the context of a problem. (linear only)
• I can distinguish between situations that can be modeled with linear
• functions and with exponential functions
• I can interpret the parts of a linear function in context.
• I can interpret the parts of an exponential function in context.
• I can use a given function to solve a problem. (linear only)
• I can describe a point, line, and plane.
• I can define a segment, ray, angle, midpoint, and endpoint.
• I can classify pairs of angles.
• I can use the measures of angles to set up and solve equations (through out the entire unit)
• I can explain my reasoning for each step in solving an equation. (linear only)
• I can define a solution to one variable equations and inequalities.
• I can solve linear equations and inequalities with one variable.
• I can define solutions to two variable equations and inequalities. (linear only)
• I can solve and graph an equation or inequality with two variables. (linear only)
• I can solve for a variable in a formula equation.
• I can use factoring to solve quadratic equations.
• I will use technology to find the zeros of quadratic equations.
• I can find the solution to a system of linear equations.
• I can graph the solution to a system of linear inequalities.
• I can explain how the solution to any single variable equation is related to the solution of the system of equations created by setting each side of the equation equal to y. (Explain how the solution of f(x)=g(x) is related to the solution of y=f(x) and y=g(x).) (linear only)
• I can identify and explain the geometric definition of significant shapes and lines.
• I can use the properties of parallel and perpendicular lines to find other lines.
• I can use the properties of a midpoint to solve problems.
• I can identify and solve problems using the properties of significant geometric shapes on the coordinate plane.
• I can use basic patterns to solve problems.
• I can create a linear or exponential model and use the model to solve problems. (linear only)
• I can describe an arithmetic or geometric sequence explicitly and recursively using the NOW-NEXT.
• I can rewrite a function written explicitly as recursive and vice versa.
• I can use data to create a quadratic model to solve problems.
• I can compare a quadratic model to linear and exponential models.
• I can classify examples of exponential growth or decay.
• I can take a set of data and plot it on the number line.
• I can compare data sets using statistics that are appropriate to the shapes of the distributions.
• I can draw conclusions from the shape and individual points of a data set.
• I can summarize two categorical variables using two way tables.
• I can create and use scatter plots to describe how two quantitative variables are related.