N.1.3.9 Solve a given problem involving combined percents, e.g., addition of percents, such as GST + PST.
N.1.3.10 Solve a given problem that involves finding the percent of a percent; e.g., "A population increased by 10% one year and by 15% the next year. Explain why there was not a 25% increase in population over the two years."
N.1.4 Demonstrate an understanding of ratio and rate.
N.1.4.1 Express a two-term ratio from a given context in the forms 3:5 or 3 to 5.
N.1.4.2 Express a three-term ratio from a given context in the forms 4:7:3 or 4 to 7 to 3.
N.1.4.3 Express a part to part ratio as a part to whole fraction; e.g., frozen juice to water: 1 can concentrate to 4 cans of water can be represented as 1/5, which is the ratio of concentrate to solution, or 4/5, which is the ratio of water to solution.
N.1.4.4 Identify and describe ratios and rates (including unit rates) from real-life examples, and record them symbolically.
N.1.4.5 Express a given rate, using words or symbols; e.g., 20 L per 100 km or 20 L/100 km.
N.1.4.6 Express a given ratio as a percent, and explain why a rate cannot be represented as a percent.
N.1.5 Solve problems that involve rates, ratios and proportional reasoning.
N.1.5.1 Explain the meaning of ab within a given context.
N.1.5.2 Provide a context in which a/b represents a:
N.1.5.3 Solve a given problem involving rate, ratio or percent.
SS.3.6.2 Draw the original figure and determine the coordinates of its vertices, given the coordinates of the image's vertices and a description of the transformation (translation, rotation, reflection).
SP Statistics and Probability
SP.1 Collect, display and analyze data to solve problems.
SP.1.1 Critique ways in which data is presented in circle graphs, line graphs, bar graphs and pictographs.
SP.1.1.1 Compare information provided for the same data set by a given set of graphs, including circle graphs, line graphs, bar graphs and pictographs, to determine the strengths and limitations of each graph.
SP.1.1.2 Identify the advantages and disadvantages of different graphs, including circle graphs, line graphs, bar graphs and pictographs, in representing a given set of data.
SP.1.1.3 Justify the choice of a graphical representation for a given situation and its corresponding data set.