The Common Core in Wyoming

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Skills available for Wyoming eighth-grade math standards

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NS The Number System

EE Expressions and Equations

F Functions

G Geometry

SP Statistics and Probability

  • SP.J Investigate patterns of association in bivariate data.

    • SP.J.B.1 Basic students identify the pattern of association in scatter plots as a positive association, negative association, or no association;

    • SP.J.P.1 Proficient students identify the pattern of association as a positive association, negative association, or no association given data in a table and describe characteristics of scatter plots such as clustering, outliers, and linear versus non-linear association;

    • SP.J.A.1 Advanced students identify the pattern of association given a verbal description as a positive association, negative association, or no association;

    • SP.J.P.2 Proficient students identify a line of best fit for scatter plots;

    • SP.J.A.2 Advanced students graph a curve of best fit for scatter plots;

    • SP.J.B.2 Basic students use the equation of a linear model in the context of data to identify slope and intercepts;

    • SP.J.P.3 Proficient students use the equation of a linear model in the context of data to interpret the meaning of the slope and intercepts;

    • SP.J.A.3 Advanced students use the data in a scatter plot to create an equation of a line of best fit;

    • SP.J.B.3 Basic students identify values from a two-way table.

    • SP.J.P.4 Proficient students interpret the data numerically in a two-way table.

    • SP.J.A.4 Advanced students justify conclusions about the frequencies and relative frequencies of data in a two-way table.