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In this course, you will explore quadrilaterals, analyze circles, create transformations and tessellations, and measure two and three-dimensional figures through interactive activities, completing projects using cooperative learning. You will learn skills that can be transferred and applied to real-life situations.
There are some mathematical relationships that are always true and these relationships are used as the rules of arithmetic and algebra and are useful for writing equivalent forms of expressions and solving equations and inequalities.
Objects can be transformed in an infinite number of ways.
Transformations can be described and analyzed mathematically.
Circles have mathematical relationships that can be represented and analyzed using words, tables, graphs, and equations.
Numbers, measures, expressions, equations, and inequalities can represent mathematical situations and structures in many equivalent forms.