In this course you will learn how to answer important questions like “What is the perfect proportion of milk to an Oreo cookie?” You’ll get better at handling negative numbers and probability, learn new concepts including proportionality and unit rates, and see how they all connect to the world around you. You will also start solving one-step equations with an unknown, building a strong foundation for 8th-grade math.
|Section 1||Section 2||Section 3||Section 4|
|How can I use solving with circles?||How can I deepen my understanding of percentages, probability, and proportions? ||What is a proportional relationship?||How can I deepen my understanding of inequalities, triangles, and exponents?
|What strategies to I need to solve two-step equations?||What is a percent?||How can I identify proportional relationships?||How can I solve inequalities?
|How can I solve for the area of a circle? ||How can I represent basic probability?||How can I use a scale drawing and proportions?||What makes an inequality different than an equation?
|How can I calculate the circumference of a circle?||What is a constant of proportionality?||How can I construct triangles?
Texts and Materials Students Must Purchase
- Recommended Grade: 7th
- Prerequisites: 7th Grade Math A
- Versions & Estimated Weekly Hours: 7*
- Format: Live / Self-paced
- Credits: 0.5
*Math students will spend four hours in live workshops with a mentor or tutor and an estimated 30 minutes a day practicing math.