# Jump Math

## Content

#### perfect squares and cubes

Perfect squares and cubes:

• Perfect squares and cubes – Part 1 Lessons: 58 – 63
• Using colored tiles, pictures, or multi-link cubes – part 1 Lessons:  58 – 59
• Building the number or using prime factorization – Part 1 Lessons:  58 – 62

#### square and cube roots

Square and cube roots:

• Square and cube roots – Part 1 Lessons:  60 – 63
• Finding the cube root of 125
• Finding the square root of 16/169
• Estimating the square root of 30 – Part 1 Lessons:  63

Finding the cube root of 125 and the square root of 16/169 are not specifically covered

#### percents less than 1 and greater than 100 (decimal and fractional percents)

Percents less than 1 and greater than 100 (decimal and fractional percents):

• Percents less than 1 and greater than 100 ( decimal and fractional percents)  – Part 2 Lessons: 82 – 99
• A worker’s salary increased 122% in 3 years. If her salary is now \$93,940, what was it originally? – Part 2 Lessons:  94, 98 – 99
• What is ½ % of 1 billion? – Part 2 Lessons: 94 – 95
• The population of Vancouver increased by 3.25%. What is the population of the approximately 603,500 people last year? – Part 2 Lessons: 94 – 95

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

#### numerical proportional reasoning (rates, ratio, proportions, and percent)

Numerical proportional reasoning (rates, ratios, proportions, and percent):

• Numerical proportional reasoning (rates, ratios, proportions, and percent) – Part 1 Lessons: 1 – 4, Part 2  Lessons 82 – 103
• 2 term and 3 term ratios, real-life examples and problems – Part 1 Lessons: 1 – 4, Part 2  Lessons 82 – 103
• A string is cut into three pieces whose lengths form a ratio of 3:5:7. If the string was 105 cm long, how long are the pieces? – Part 2 Lessons:  100

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

#### operations with fractions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations)

Operations with fractions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations):

• Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and order of operations  – Part 1 Lessons: 8, 17 – 33
• Includes the use of brackets, but excludes exponents  – Part 1 Lessons: 28
• Using pattern blocks or cuisenaire rods  – Part 1 Lessons: 8
• Simplifying ½ ÷ 9/6 x (7 – 4/5)  – Part 1 Lessons: 33

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

#### discrete linear relations (extended to larger numbers, limited to integers)

Discrete linear relations (extended to larger numbers, limited to  integers):

• Discrete linear relations extended to larger numbers, limited to Enders – Part 1 Lessons:  8, Part 2 Lessons 20 – 32
• Two variable discrete linear relations – Part 2 Lessons:  20, 23, 25 – 30
• Expressions, table of values, graphs – Part 2 Lessons:  20 – 30
• Scale value (e.g., tick marks on axis represent 5 units instead of one)  – Part 2 Lessons: 25 – 30
• 4 quadrants, integral coordinates – Part 1 Lessons:  8

#### expressions- writing and evaluating using substitution

Expressions –  writing and evaluating using substitution:

• Writing and evaluating using substitution – Part 1 Lessons:  5 – 15, Part 2 Lessons 16 – 24
• Using an expression to describe a relationship – Part 1 Lessons: 5 – 6, 15,  Part 2 Lessons 16 – 24
• Evaluating 0.5n – 3n + 25, if n = 14 – Part 1 Lessons: 6,  Part 2 Lessons 16

#### two-step equations with integer coefficients, constants, and solutions

Two step equations with integer coefficients, constants, and solutions:

• Two-step equations with integer coefficients, constants, and solutions – Part 1 Lessons:  7-15, Part 2 Lessons 17 – 19
• Solving and verifying 3x – 4 = –12 – Part 1 Lessons: 7 – 10, Part 2 Lessons 16 – 19
• Modeling the preservation of equality (e.g., using a balance,  manipulatives, algebra tiles, diagrams) – Part 1 Lessons: 8, 11, 13, Part 2 Lessons 18 – 19

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

#### surface area and volume of regular solids, including triangular and other right prisms and cylinders

Surface area and volume of regular solids, including triangular and other right prisms and cylinders:

• Surface area and volume of regular solids – Part 2 Lessons:  9 – 18
• Exploring strategies to determine the surface area and volume of a regular solid using objects, and net, 3D design software – Part 2 Lessons:  9 – 18
• Volume = area of the base × height – Part 2 Lessons:  11 – 13
• Surface area =  some of the areas of each side – Part 2 Lessons:  16 – 17

#### Pythagorean theorem

Pythagorean theorem:

• Pythagorean theorem – Part 1 Lessons:  1 – 7
• Modeling the Pythagorean theorem – Part 1 Lessons:  3 – 4
• Finding a missing side of a right triangle – Part 1 Lessons:  4
• Deriving the Pythagorean theorem – Part 1 Lessons:  3 – 5

First Peoples perspectives are not covered

#### construction, views, and nets of 3D objects

Construction, views, and Nets of 3D objects:

• Construction, dues, and Nets of 3D objects – Part 2 Lessons:  9 – 10, 42 – 46
• Top, front, and side views of three objects – Part 2 Lessons:  9 – 10, 42 – 46
• Matching a given net to the 3D object it represents – Part 2 Lessons:  10
• Drawing and interpreting top, front, and side views of 3D objects – Part 2 Lessons:  42 – 46
• Constructing 3D objects with Nets – Part 2 Lessons:  10

First Peoples perspectives and creating 3D objects from nets are not specifically covered

#### central tendency

Central tendency:

• Central tendency – Part 2 Lessons:  15 – 17
• Mean, median, and  mode – Part 2 Lessons: 15 – 17

#### theoretical probability with two independent events

Theoretical probability with two independent events:

• Theoretical probability with two independent events – Part 2 Lessons:  18 – 25
• With two independent events: sample space (e.g., used tree diagram, table, graphic organizer) – Part 2 Lessons:  18 – 21
• Rolling a 5 on a fair die and flipping a head on a fair coin is 1/6 x ½ =  1/12 – Part 2 Lessons: 22-23

Deciding whether a spinner in a game is fair is not specifically covered

#### financial literacy — best buys

• Financial literacy Best Buys – Part 2 Lessons:  89 – 102
• Coupons, proportions, unit price, products and services – Part 2 Lessons:  89, 92, 95, 98
• Proportional reasoning strategies (e.g., unit rate, equivalent fractions given prices and quantities) – Part 2 Lessons:  89, 90, 99, 100-102

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