Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Look for how positive integer exponents are equivalent to repeated multiplication by the base and how negative integer exponents are equivalent to repeated division by the base.
Recognize repetition in decimal expansions of rational numbers and recognize when a decimal expansion cannot be represented by a rational number.
Use strategies to calculate the rate of change in a linear function (slope) and use properties of linear functions to create equations.
Use repeated reasoning to test for equivalent ratios, such as reasoning that walking 1/2 mile in 1/4 hour is equivalent to walking 1 mile in 1/2 hour and equivalent to walking 2 miles in 1 hour, the unit rate.
Use scatter plots and two-way tables to describe possible associations in bivariate data.
See a function as a rule that assigns each input to exactly one output; this structure does not “turn inputs into outputs”; rather, it describes the relationship between items in two sets.
Use patterns to recognize and generate Pythagorean triples.
Use the structure of the coordinate system to describe the locations of figures obtained with rotations, reflections, and translations.
Use additive inverses, absolute value, the distributive property, and properties of operations to reason with and operate on rational numbers.