## Module 2 Essential Standards

ES 1 - I can solve linear systems of equations by substitution, elimination, and graphing methods to determine the intersection of two lines.

ES 2 - I can interpret the solutions of a system of inequalities graphically to find feasible regions for real life situations.

ES 3 - I can create systems of equations from context, and interpret the systems’ solutions.

ES 4 - I can create systems of inequalities from context, and interpret the systems’ solutions.

ES 2 - I can interpret the solutions of a system of inequalities graphically to find feasible regions for real life situations.

ES 3 - I can create systems of equations from context, and interpret the systems’ solutions.

ES 4 - I can create systems of inequalities from context, and interpret the systems’ solutions.

## Module 3 Essential Standards

ES 1 - I can evaluate functions.

ES 2 - I can identify and determine an arithmetic sequence when presented in a diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and in written context.

ES 3 - I can identify and determine a geometric sequence when presented in a diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and in written context.

ES 4 - I can write a recursive rule using function notation when given any representation (diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and context)

ES 5 - I can write an explicit rule using function notation when given any representation (diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and context).

ES 6 - I can determine the missing numbers in either or both arithmetic and geometric sequences.

ES 2 - I can identify and determine an arithmetic sequence when presented in a diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and in written context.

ES 3 - I can identify and determine a geometric sequence when presented in a diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and in written context.

ES 4 - I can write a recursive rule using function notation when given any representation (diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and context)

ES 5 - I can write an explicit rule using function notation when given any representation (diagram, table, graph, number sequence, and context).

ES 6 - I can determine the missing numbers in either or both arithmetic and geometric sequences.

## Module 4 Essential Standards

ES 1 - I can distinguish the difference between continuous and discrete relationships.

ES 2 - I can tell the difference between linear and exponential situations, and I can write linear and exponential functions that model the situation.

ES 3 - When given any representation of a linear/exponential function, I can produce all other representations.

ES 4 - I can determine linear equations written in standard form, point-slope form, or slope-intercept form are equivalent.

ES 2 - I can tell the difference between linear and exponential situations, and I can write linear and exponential functions that model the situation.

ES 3 - When given any representation of a linear/exponential function, I can produce all other representations.

ES 4 - I can determine linear equations written in standard form, point-slope form, or slope-intercept form are equivalent.

## Module 5 Essential Standards

ES 1 - I can tell whether a relation is a function or not.

ES 2 - I can describe the key features of a function given a graph of one function on a coordinate plane.

ES 3 - I can describe the key features of a function given a graph of two functions on a coordinate plane.

ES 4 - I can describe the key features of a function of the graph of one function with context.

ES 2 - I can describe the key features of a function given a graph of one function on a coordinate plane.

ES 3 - I can describe the key features of a function given a graph of two functions on a coordinate plane.

ES 4 - I can describe the key features of a function of the graph of one function with context.

## Module 6 Essential Standards

ES 1 - I can perform all three rigid motion transformation: translation, rotation, and reflection.

ES 2 - I can describe and apply the properties of quadrilaterals: parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, and square.

ES 3 - Given any regular polygon, I can determine the diagonals, lines of symmetry and angles of rotation.

ES 4 - I can determine triangle congruency using ASA, SAS, and SSS criteria for congruent triangles.

ES 5 - I can construct a quadrilateral, triangle, and a hexagon inscribed in a circle given a compass and straight-edge.

ES 2 - I can describe and apply the properties of quadrilaterals: parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, and square.

ES 3 - Given any regular polygon, I can determine the diagonals, lines of symmetry and angles of rotation.

ES 4 - I can determine triangle congruency using ASA, SAS, and SSS criteria for congruent triangles.

ES 5 - I can construct a quadrilateral, triangle, and a hexagon inscribed in a circle given a compass and straight-edge.

## Module 7 Essential Standards

ES 1 - I can use the distance formula to find the distance between two points.

ES 2 - I can prove specific quadrilaterals (parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, and square) using the formulas of slope and distance.

ES 3 - I can determine the translation from one linear and exponential function to another.

ES 2 - I can prove specific quadrilaterals (parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, and square) using the formulas of slope and distance.

ES 3 - I can determine the translation from one linear and exponential function to another.

## Module 8 Essential Standards

ES 1 - I can construct and interpret a histogram and box plot when given one variable data.

ES 2 - I can construct and interpret two-way frequency tables when given two variable categorical data.

ES 3 - When given a scatterplot I can describe the form, direction and strength of two variable quantitative data.

ES 2 - I can construct and interpret two-way frequency tables when given two variable categorical data.

ES 3 - When given a scatterplot I can describe the form, direction and strength of two variable quantitative data.