1 Chapter 1 Ratios and Rates Lesson 1.1:  Introduction to Ratios and Rates Lesson 1.1:  Introduction to Ratios and Rates Lesson 1.2:  Ratios, Rates, and Mixture Problems Lesson 1.2:  Ratios, Rates, and Mixture Problems Lesson 1.3:  Rates and Proportions Lesson 1.3:  Rates and Proportions Lesson 1.4:  Using Tables to Solve Problems Lesson 1.4:  Using Tables to Solve Problems Lesson 1.5:  Using Proportions to Solve Problems Lesson 1.5:  Using Proportions to Solve Problems Lesson 1.6:  Using Unit Rates in Real World Applications Lesson 1.6:  Using Unit Rates in Real World Applications
 2 Chapter 2 Proportional Reasoning Lesson 2.1:  Introduction to Direct Variation Lesson 2.1:  Introduction to Direct Variation Lesson 2.2:  Determining Equivalent Ratios Lesson 2.2:  Determining Equivalent Ratios Lesson 2.3:  Determining and Applying the Constant of Proportionality Lesson 2.3:  Determining and Applying the Constant of Proportionality Lesson 2.4:  Using the Constant of Proportionality to Solve Proportions Lesson 2.4:  Using the Constant of Proportionality to Solve Proportions Lesson 2.5:  Graphing Direct Proportions Lesson 2.5:  Graphing Direct Proportions Lesson 2.6:  Using Direct Proportions Lesson 2.6:  Using Direct Proportions Lesson 2.7:  Interpreting Multiple Representations of Direct Proportions Lesson 2.7:  Interpreting Multiple Representations of Direct Proportions
 3 Chapter 3 Percents Lesson 3.1:  Estimating and Calculating with Percents and Rates Lesson 3.1:  Estimating and Calculating with Percents and Rates Lesson 3.2:  Solving Percent Problems Lesson 3.2:  Solving Percent Problems Lesson 3.3:  Using Proportions and Percent Equations Lesson 3.3:  Using Proportions and Percent Equations Lesson 3.4:  Using Percents Lesson 3.4:  Using Percents Lesson 3.5:  Solving Percent Problems Involving Proportions Lesson 3.5:  Solving Percent Problems Involving Proportions
 4 Chapter 4 Addition and Subtraction with Rational Numbers Lesson 4.1:  Using Models to Understand Integers Lesson 4.1:  Using Models to Understand Integers Lesson 4.2:  Adding Integers, Part 1 Lesson 4.2:  Adding Integers, Part 1 Lesson 4.3:  Adding Integers, Part 2 Lesson 4.3:  Adding Integers, Part 2 Lesson 4.4:  Subtracting Integers Lesson 4.4:  Subtracting Integers Lesson 4.5:  Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers Lesson 4.5:  Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers
 5 Chapter 5 Multiplication and Division with Rational Numbers Lesson 5.1:  Multiplying and Dividing Integers Lesson 5.1:  Multiplying and Dividing Integers Lesson 5.2:  Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers Lesson 5.2:  Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers Lesson 5.3:  Simplifying Arthmetic Expressions with Rational Numbers Lesson 5.3:  Simplifying Arthmetic Expressions with Rational Numbers Lesson 5.4:  Evaluating Expressions with Rational Numbers Lesson 5.4:  Evaluating Expressions with Rational Numbers Lesson 5.5:  Exact Decimal Representations of Fractions Lesson 5.5:  Exact Decimal Representations of Fractions
 6 Chapter 6 Numerical and Algebraic Expressions and Equations Lesson 6.1:  Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Lesson 6.1:  Evaluating Algebraic Expressions Lesson 6.2:  Simplifying Expressions Using Distributive Properties Lesson 6.2:  Simplifying Expressions Using Distributive Properties Lesson 6.3:  Factoring Algebraic Expressions Lesson 6.3:  Factoring Algebraic Expressions Lesson 6.4:  Verifying That Expressions Are Equivalent Lesson 6.4:  Verifying That Expressions Are Equivalent Lesson 6.5:  Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Using Operations and Their Properties Lesson 6.5:  Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Using Operations and Their Properties
 7 Chapter 7 Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities Lesson 7.1:  Picture Algebra Lesson 7.1:  Picture Algebra Lesson 7.2:  Solving Equations Lesson 7.2:  Solving Equations Lesson 7.3:  Solving Two-Step Equations Lesson 7.3:  Solving Two-Step Equations Lesson 7.4:  Using Two-Step Equations Lesson 7.4:  Using Two-Step Equations Lesson 7.5:  Solving and Graphing Inequalities in One Variable Lesson 7.5:  Solving and Graphing Inequalities in One Variable
 8 Chapter 8 The Power of Algebraic Thinking Lesson 8.1:  Multiple Representations of Problem Situations Lesson 8.1:  Multiple Representations of Problem Situations Lesson 8.2:  Using Two-Step Equations Lesson 8.2:  Using Two-Step Equations Lesson 8.3:  Solving More Complicated Equations Lesson 8.3:  Solving More Complicated Equations Lesson 8.4:  Making Sense of Negative Solutions Lesson 8.4:  Making Sense of Negative Solutions Lesson 8.5:  Rate of Change Lesson 8.5:  Rate of Change Lesson 8.6:  Using Multiple Representations to Solve Problems Lesson 8.6:  Using Multiple Representations to Solve Problems
 9 Chapter 9 Angles Lesson 9.1:  Introduction to Geometry and Geometric Constructions Lesson 9.1:  Introduction to Geometry and Geometric Constructions Lesson 9.2:  Measuring and Constructing Angles Lesson 9.2:  Measuring and Constructing Angles Lesson 9.3:  Complements, Supplements, Midpoints, Perpendiculars, and Perpendicular Bisectors Lesson 9.3:  Complements, Supplements, Midpoints, Perpendiculars, and Perpendicular Bisectors
 10 Chapter 10 Triangles Lesson 10.1:  Triangle Sum, Exterior Angle, and Exterior Angle Inequality Theorems Lesson 10.1:  Triangle Sum, Exterior Angle, and Exterior Angle Inequality Theorems Lesson 10.2:  Constructing Triangles Lesson 10.2:  Constructing Triangles Lesson 10.3:  Congruent Figures and Constructing Congruent Triangles Lesson 10.3:  Congruent Figures and Constructing Congruent Triangles Lesson 10.4:  Triangle Inequality Theorem Lesson 10.4:  Triangle Inequality Theorem
 11 Chapter 11 Scale Drawings and Scale Factor Lesson 11.1:  Scale Drawings, Scale Models, and Scale Factors Lesson 11.1:  Scale Drawings, Scale Models, and Scale Factors Lesson 11.2:  Applications of Ratio Lesson 11.2:  Applications of Ratio Lesson 11.3:  Exploring Scale Drawings Lesson 11.3:  Exploring Scale Drawings Lesson 11.4:  Creating Blueprints Lesson 11.4:  Creating Blueprints
 12 Chapter 12 Circles Lesson 12.1:  Circle, Radius, and Diameter Lesson 12.1:  Circle, Radius, and Diameter Lesson 12.2:  Circumference of a Circle Lesson 12.2:  Circumference of a Circle Lesson 12.3:  Area of a Circle Lesson 12.3:  Area of a Circle Lesson 12.4:  Unknown Measurements Lesson 12.4:  Unknown Measurements
 13 Chapter 13 Three-Dimensional Figures Lesson 13.1:  Slicing Through a Cube Lesson 13.1:  Slicing Through a Cube Lesson 13.2:  Slicing Through Right Rectangular Prisms Lesson 13.2:  Slicing Through Right Rectangular Prisms Lesson 13.3:  Slicing Through Right Rectangular Pyramids Lesson 13.3:  Slicing Through Right Rectangular Pyramids Lesson 13.4:  Introduction to Volume and Surface Area Lesson 13.4:  Introduction to Volume and Surface Area Lesson 13.5:  Applying Volume and Surface Area Formulas Lesson 13.5:  Applying Volume and Surface Area Formulas
 14 Chapter 14 Gathering Data and Randomization Lesson 14.1:  Formulating Questions and Collecting Data Lesson 14.1:  Formulating Questions and Collecting Data Lesson 14.2:  Collecting Data through Random Sampling Lesson 14.2:  Collecting Data through Random Sampling Lesson 14.3:  Random Sampling Lesson 14.3:  Random Sampling Lesson 14.4:  Using Samples, Centers, and Spreads to Describe Data Lesson 14.4:  Using Samples, Centers, and Spreads to Describe Data Lesson 14.5:  Using Sample Size Lesson 14.5:  Using Sample Size
 15 Chapter 15 Comparing Inferences about Population Lesson 15.1:  Comparing Measures of Center of Two Populations Lesson 15.1:  Comparing Measures of Center of Two Populations Lesson 15.2:  Comparing Measures of Center of Two Populations Lesson 15.2:  Comparing Measures of Center of Two Populations Lesson 15.3:  Drawing Conclusions about Two Populations Lesson 15.3:  Drawing Conclusions about Two Populations
 16 Chapter 16 Introduction to Probability Lesson 16.1:  Defining and Representing Probability Lesson 16.1:  Defining and Representing Probability Lesson 16.2:  Determining Experimental Probability Lesson 16.2:  Determining Experimental Probability Lesson 16.3:  Determining Theoretical Probability Lesson 16.3:  Determining Theoretical Probability Lesson 16.4:  Simulating Experiments Lesson 16.4:  Simulating Experiments Lesson 16.5:  Using Technology for Simulations Lesson 16.5:  Using Technology for Simulations
 17 Chapter 17 Probability of Compound Events Lesson 17.1:  Using Models for Probability Lesson 17.1:  Using Models for Probability Lesson 17.2:  Creating and Using Probability Models Lesson 17.2:  Creating and Using Probability Models Lesson 17.3:  Determining Compound Probability Lesson 17.3:  Determining Compound Probability Lesson 17.4:  Simulating Probability of Compound Events Lesson 17.4:  Simulating Probability of Compound Events
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