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#### Datasets-1: I can find the minimum, maximum, and range of a dataset

#### Datasets-2: I can find the mode of a dataset

#### Datasets-3: I can find the median and quartiles of a dataset

#### Datasets-4: I can find the mean (average) of a dataset

#### Datasets-5: I can determine which statistic will best represent the data

#### Graphs-1: I can read and draw a stem-and-leaf plot

#### Graphs-2: I can read and draw a histogram

#### Graphs-3: I can read and draw box-and-whiskers plots

#### Graphs-4: I can read and draw a bar chart

#### Graphs-5: I can read and draw a pie chart

#### Graphs-6: I can read and draw a line graph

#### Graphs-7: I can read and draw a scatter plot

#### Graphs-8: I can read and draw a table

#### PL&A-1: I can identify points, lines, line segments, and rays

#### PL&A-2: I can identify right angles

#### PL&A-3: I can categorize parallel and perpendicular lines

#### PL&A-4: I can categorize acute and obtuse angles

#### PL&A-5: I can calculate complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles to calculate angle measurements

#### Triangles-1: I can apply the triangle inequality rule

#### Triangles-2: I can calculate angle measurements using the sum of angles

#### Triangles-3: I can apply the Pythagorean Theorem

#### Triangles-4: I can identify scalene, equilateral, and isosceles triangles

#### Triangles-5: I can identify acute, right, and obtuse triangles

#### Triangles-6: I can use triangle congruence rules to determine if two triangles are congruent

#### Triangles-7: I can use triangle similarity rules to determine if two triangles are similar

#### Triangles-8: I can find missing side lengths from similar triangles

#### Polygons-1: I can identify different types of quadrilaterals

#### Polygons-2: I can classify equilateral shapes

#### Polygons-3: I can classify regular polygons

#### Polygons-4: I can calculate interior and exterior angles

#### Polygons-5: I can calculate the perimeter of a polygon

#### Polygons-6: I can calculate the area of a quadrilateral

#### Polygons-7: I can calculate the area of an irregular shape

#### Polygons-8: I can identify the four types of transformations

#### Circles-1: I can calculate the circumference of a circle from radius or diameter

#### Circles-2: I can calculate the area of a circle from radius or diameter

#### Circles-3: I can calculate the area of a sector

#### 3D-1: I can calculate the surface area of 3D shapes

#### 3D-2: I can calculate the volume of 3D shapes

#### 3D-3: I can find volume and surface area when given measurements in terms of variables

#### Numbers-1: I can find the factors/divisors of a number

#### Numbers-2: I can find the multiples of a number

#### Numbers-3: I can use divisibility rules to determine if a number is divisible by 2-11

#### Numbers-4: I can categorize a number as either prime or composite

#### Numbers-5: I can calculate the prime factorization of a number

#### Numbers-6: I can find GCF of two numbers

#### Numbers-7: I can find the LCM of two numbers

#### P&C-1: I can count the number of terms in a sequence

#### P&C-2: I can use a Venn diagram to count the number of items in overlapping groups

#### P&C-3: I can use the Fundamental Rule of Counting to count combinations

#### P&C-4: I can calculate the probability of a single independent event

#### P&C-5: I can use the Fundamental Rule of Counting to calculate the probability of multiple independent events

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