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Add and subtract polynomials
Apply percents to discount, markup, commission
Apply percents to percent increase & decrease
Apply percents to tax, gratuities (tip)
Calculate the missing angle measurements when given two parallel lines cut by a transversal
Convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius and vice versa
Convert from one metric unit to another
Determine if a relation is a function
Determine the slope and yintercept of a line from a graph and equation
Develop and apply laws of exponents
Dilations
Distinguish between linear and nonlinear equations
Estimate a percent of quantity
Factoring trinomials in the form ax2
Factoring using GCF
Identify pairs of supplementary and complementary angles, Calculate missing angles in a supplementary and complementary pair
Identify pairs of vertical angles congruent
Multiply and divide polynomials
Read, write and identify percents less than and greater than 100%
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variable  letter (3
x
+8=9)
coefficient .
a number or quantity placed (generally) before and multiplying another quantity, as 3 in
the
expression
3x.
equation 
an expression or a proposition, often
algebraic,
asserting
the
equality
of
two quantities.
constant 
a quantity assumed
to be unchanged
throughout a given discussion.
help/phrases  PEMDAS
p  parenthesis
e  exponents
m  multiplication
d  division
a  addition
s  subtraction
examples
onestep equations x+6=3
6=6
x=9
twostep equations 5x9=31
+9=+9
5x=40
5=5
x=8
multistep equations 7x+2=54
2=2
7x
=
56
7 7
x=8
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variable  letter (3x+8=9)
coefficient . a number or quantity placed (generally) before and multiplying another quantity, as 3 in the expression 3x.
equation  an expression or a proposition, often algebraic, asserting the equality of two quantities.
constant  a quantity assumed to be unchanged throughout a given discussion.
help/phrases  PEMDAS
p  parenthesis
e  exponents
m  multiplication
d  division
a  addition
s  subtraction
examples
onestep equations x+6=3
6=6
x=9
twostep equations 5x9=31
+9=+9
5x=40
5=5
x=8
multistep equations 7x+2=54
2=2
7x=56
7 7
x=8