# Middle School Middle School Grade 7 Mathematics

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Description

Math might seem abstract, but it’s everywhere in everyday life. This course is designed to show you how math is used in real-world situations. With fun activities and interactive lessons, you’ll get to experience and practice how these concepts apply to real life. Major topics of this course include performing operations with rational numbers, solving equations and inequalities, and applying proportional relationships in two variables. You will also learn to analyze circle and cylinders, compare categorical and numerical data, and develop an understanding of probability.

Module One: Numerical Expressions

-rewrite rational numbers in equivalent forms

-evaluate expressions using the Laws of Exponents

-generate equivalent expressions using the Laws of Exponents

-add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational numbers

-solve real-world problems with rational numbers

-solve mathematical problems using order of operations

Module Two: Algebraic Equations and Inequalities

- add and subtract linear expressions

-determine whether two linear expressions are equivalent

-write one-step inequalities in one variable

-solve one-step inequalities in one variable

-graph solutions to one-step inequalities

-write two-step equations in one variable

-solve two-step equations in one variable

Module Three: Proportional Relationships

-determine whether two quantities have a proportional relationship

-translate between representations of a proportional relationship

-determine the constant of proportionality

-graph proportional relationships

-solve problems involving proportional relationships

-solve problems involving the conversion of units

-solve multi-step, real-world percent problems

-solve real-world problems involving proportions

Module Four: Probability

-determine the sample space

-find the theoretical probability of an event

-interpret the likelihood of a chance event

-compare the probabilities of chance events

-find experimental probabilities

-compare experimental probabilities to theoretical probabilities

Module Five: Geometry

-find the areas of trapezoids, parallelograms, and rhombi

-decompose composite figures into triangles or quadrilaterals

-find the scale factor for geometric figures

-solve problems by finding circumference of circles

-solve problems by finding area of circles

-find the surface area of a cylinder

-find the volume of a cylinder

-solve problems involving surface area of cylinders

-solve problems involving volume of cylinders

Module Six: Statistics

-construct, display, and interpret data in circle graphs

-choose and create an appropriate graphical representation

-determine an appropriate measure of center

-determine an appropriate measure of variation

-make comparisons and draw conclusions about two populations