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#### Algebra-1: The student can define a variable.

#### Algebra-2: The student can tell the difference between equations and expressions.

#### Algebra-3: The student can write an equation that models a real world scenario.

#### Algebra-4: The student can solve an equation using the guess and check method.

#### Algebra-5: The student can determine if an equation is balanced.

#### Solving-1: The student can isolate a variable in a single step using addition or subtraction.

#### Solving-2: The student can isolate a variable in a single step using multiplication or division.

#### Solving-3: The student can isolate a variable in a single step using exponents or roots.

#### Solving-4: The student can solve multi-step equations by isolating the variable.

#### Solving-5: The student can solve single-variable inequalities by isolating the variable.

#### Solving-6: The student can solve solve multivariable equations by writing one variable in terms of the other(s).

#### Solving-7: The student can solve for one variable in a multivariable equation when the value of the second variable is given.

#### Graphing-1: The student can identify the x and y axes on the coordinate plane.

#### Graphing-2: The student can plot points on the coordinate plane.

#### Graphing-3: The student can find points on a line given its linear equation.

#### Graphing-4: The student can graph a line given its linear equation.

#### Graphing-5: The student can define slope.

#### Graphing-6: The student can calculate the slope of a line given two points on the line.

#### Graphing-7: The student can calculate the slope of a line given its linear equation.

#### Graphing-8: The student can determine if two lines are parallel.

#### Graphing-9: The student can determine if two lines are perpendicular.

#### Graphing-10: The student can write the equation of a horizontal line.

#### Graphing-11: The student can write the equation of a vertical line.

#### Forms-1: The student can write a linear equation in slope-intercept form given a point on the line and its slope.

#### Forms-2: The student can write a linear equation in point-slope form given a point on the line and its slope.

#### Forms-3: The student can convert between the three linear forms.

#### Forms-4: The student can write a linear equation in slope-intercept form given the graph of the line.

#### Forms-5: The student can write a linear equation in point-slope form given the graph of the line.

#### Inequalities-1: The student can graph single-variable inequalities on a number line.

#### Inequalities-2: The student can graph multivariable inequalities on the coordinate plane.

#### Inequalities-3: The student can write an inequality given its graph.

#### Inequalities-4: The student can write and solve an inequality based on a word problem.

#### Graphing-1: The student can solve a system of linear equations by graphing.

#### Graphing-2: The student can identify special cases when graphing systems.

#### Graphing-3: The student can solve a system of inequalities by graphing.

#### Graphing-4: The student can solve a system of equations given a graph.

#### Substitution-1: The student can solve a system of linear equations by substitution.

#### Substitution-2: The student can identify special cases when solving systems by substitution.

#### Substitution-3: The student can write and solve a system of equations based on a word problem.

#### Elimination-1: The student can solve a system of linear equations by elimination in one step.

#### Elimination-2: The student can scale one of the system equations to perform elimination in two steps.

#### Elimination-3: The student can identify special cases when solving systems by elimination.

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