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**Chapter 1: Introduction and Representation**

**Chapter 2: Length and Integers**

**Chapter 3: Arithmetic Strategies and Area**

**Chapter 4: Variables and Ratios**

**Chapter 5: Geometry and Probability**

**Chapter 6: Similarity, Multiplying Fractions, and Equivalence**

**Chapter 7: Right Prisms and Adding Portions**

**Chapter 8: Variables and Dividing Portions**

**Chapter 9: Percents, Proportions, and Geometry**

**Chapter 10: Probability and Survey Design**

**Glossary**

Index

Opening | 1.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 1.1 | 1.1.1 | Visualizing Information |

1.1.2 | Analyzing a Game | |

1.1.3 | Describing and Extending Patterns | |

1.1.4 | Making Sense of a Logic Problem | |

1.1.5 | Investigating a Proportional Relationship | |

Section 1.2 | 1.2.1 | Representing Quantities |

1.2.2 | Representing Comparisons | |

1.2.3 | Properties of Numbers | |

1.2.4 | Products, Factors, and Factor Pairs | |

Section 1.3 | 1.3.1 | Collecting and Representing Data |

1.3.2 | Measures of Central Tendency | |

1.3.3 | Data Collection and Analysis | |

Closure | 1.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 2.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 2.1 | 2.1.1 | Iterating Units of Length |

2.1.2 | Measuring Length | |

2.1.3 | Comparing and Converting Units of Length | |

2.1.4 | Partial Units of Length | |

Section 2.2 | 2.2.1 | Composing and Decomposing Integers |

2.2.2 | Adding Integers | |

2.2.3 | More Addition of Integers | |

2.2.4 | Multiplication as Repeated Addition | |

Section 2.3 | 2.3.1 | Grouping Integer Expressions |

2.3.2 | Identifying Terms in Integer Expressions | |

Section 2.4 | 2.4.1 | Introduction to Variables |

Closure | 2.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 3.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 3.1 | 3.1.1 | Strategies for Addition |

3.1.2 | Strategies for Addition and Subtraction | |

Section 3.2 | 3.2.1 | Introduction to Area |

3.2.2 | Square Units and Area of Rectangles | |

3.2.3 | Area and Perimeter | |

Section 3.3 | 3.3.1 | Using Rectangles to Multiply |

3.3.2 | Using Generic Rectangles to Understand Products | |

3.3.3 | Mental Multiplication | |

Section 3.4 | 3.4.1 | Subtraction of Integers |

3.4.2 | Multiplication as Repeated Subtraction | |

3.4.3 | Connecting Addition and Subtraction | |

3.4.4 | Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division of Integers | |

3.4.5 | Arithmetic Properties and Order of Operations | |

Closure | 3.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 4.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 4.1 | 4.1.1 | Using and Interpreting Graphs |

4.1.2 | Graphing in the First Quadrant | |

4.1.3 | Choosing a Scale and Graphing Data | |

4.1.4 | More Graph Scaling | |

Section 4.2 | 4.2.1 | Measurement Accuracy |

4.2.2 | Analyzing Data | |

4.2.3 | Analyzing Effects of Changes in Data Sets | |

Section 4.3 | 4.3.1 | Introduction to Percent |

4.3.2 | Connecting Percents with Decimals | |

4.3.3 | Decimal Representations | |

4.3.4 | Multiple Representations of a Portion | |

4.3.5 | Converting Fractions and Percents to Decimals | |

Closure | 4.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 5.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 5.1 | 5.1.1 | Building Quadrilaterals |

5.1.2 | Introduction to Angles | |

5.1.3 | Classifying Geometric Figures | |

Section 5.2 | 5.2.1 | Introduction to Probability |

5.2.2 | Investigating Probability | |

5.2.3 | Modifying the Sample Space | |

5.2.4 | Comparing Probabilities | |

Section 5.3 | 5.3 | Mid-Course Reflection Activities |

Closure | 5.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 6.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 6.1 | 6.1.1 | Enlarging Two-Dimensional Shapes |

6.1.2 | Enlarging and Reducing Figures | |

6.1.3 | Enlargement and Reduction Ratios | |

6.1.4 | Ratios in Other Contexts | |

Section 6.2 | 6.2.1 | Analyzing Parts of Parts |

6.2.2 | Calculating a Portion of a Fraction | |

6.2.3 | Multiplying Fractions | |

6.2.4 | Multiplying Mixed Numbers | |

6.2.5 | Multiplying with Mixed Numbers and Fractions Greater Than One | |

6.2.6 | Multiplying Decimals and Percents | |

Section 6.3 | 6.3.1 | Multiplication Number Sense |

6.3.2 | Equivalent Fractions and Ratios | |

6.3.3 | Using the Multiplicative Identity | |

Closure | 6.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 7.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 7.1 | 7.1.1 | Introduction to Volume and Surface Area |

7.1.2 | Volume of Right Prisms | |

Section 7.2 | 7.2.1 | Dividing and Partitioning |

7.2.2 | Adding Fractions | |

7.2.3 | Connecting Fractions and Division | |

7.2.4 | Common Denominators | |

7.2.5 | Subtracting Fractions | |

Section 7.3 | 7.3.1 | Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers |

7.3.2 | A Culminating Challenge | |

Closure | 7.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 8.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 8.1 | 8.1.1 | Describing and Extending Patterns |

Section 8.2 | 8.2.1 | Writing Equivalent Expressions |

8.2.2 | Using Variables to Generalize | |

8.2.3 | Using Graphs to Study Patterns | |

8.2.4 | Four-Quadrant Graphing | |

Section 8.3 | 8.3.1 | New Contexts for Variables |

8.3.2 | Finding Unknown Angles in Triangles | |

Section 8.4 | 8.4.1 | Dividing by Fractions |

8.4.2 | Division of Fractions | |

8.4.3 | Division with Mixed Numbers and Decimals | |

Closure | 8.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 9.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 9.1 | 9.1.1 | Multiplicative Growth and Percents |

9.1.2 | Composition and Decomposition of Percents | |

9.1.3 | Percent Discounts | |

9.1.4 | Simple Interest and Tip | |

Section 9.2 | 9.2.1 | Distance, Rate, and Time |

9.2.2 | Graphing Proportional Relationships | |

9.2.3 | Identifying and Using Proportional Relationships | |

9.2.4 | Finding Missing Information in Proportional Relationships | |

9.2.5 | Circumference, Diameter, and Pi | |

Section 9.3 | 9.3.1 | Area of Triangles |

9.3.2 | Area of Circles | |

9.3.3 | Area of Composite Shapes | |

9.3.4 | Volume of Prisms and Cylinders | |

Closure | 9.CL | Chapter Closure |

Opening | 10.OP | Chapter Opening |

Section 10.1 | 10.1.1 | Manipulating the Sample Space |

10.1.2 | Independent and Dependent Events | |

10.1.3 | Probability Tables | |

10.1.4 | Using Multiplication to Calculate Probabilities | |

10.1.5 | Comparing Theoretical and Experimental Probabilities | |

Section 10.2 | 10.2.1 | Detecting Bias in Survey Questions |

10.2.2 | Representative Samples | |

10.2.3 | Conducting a Survey and Interpreting Results | |

Section 10.3 | 10.3.1 | Using Multiple Math Ideas to Make Predictions |

10.3.2 | Finding Unknowns | |

10.3.3 | Using Multiple Math Ideas to Create an Interior Design | |

10.3.4 | Analyzing Data to Identify a Trend | |

Closure | 10.CL | Chapter Closure |

Index