By Grade 8 children are well versed with a bunch of topics. Higher-order concepts like rational numbers, irrational numbers, exponents are all introduced in Grade 8. Children in Grade 8 are expected to practice these concepts and get a hold over them. Concepts learnt in Grade 8 go a long way in higher grade concepts.

## Exponents

• Basics of Exponents
• Laws of Exponents
• Negative Exponents
• ## Scientific Notation

• Expressing Very Large and Very Small Numbers in the Standard Form
• Operations on Numbers Expressed in Standard Form
• ## Lines, Angles, and Triangles

• Angles Formed by Intersection of Parallel Lines and Transversals
• The Angle Sum Property and Exterior Angle Property of Triangles

• Translations
• Reflections
• Rotations
• ## Congruence

• Congruent Figures
• ## Similarity

• Dilation
• Similar Figures
• ## Linear Equations in One Variable

• Solving Simple Linear Equations in One Variable
• Solving Equations Reducible to the Linear Form
• Applications of Linear Equations in One Variable
• ## Straight Lines

• Graphs of Proportional Relationships
• Comparing Proportional Relationships
• The Slope-Intercept Form of a Line's Equation
• ## Simultaneous Linear Equations

• Solving a Pair of Linear Equations Graphically
• Solving a Pair of Linear Equations Algebraically
• Applications of Simultaneous Linear Equations
• ## Functions

• Relation and Functions
• Representation of Functions
• Linear and Nonlinear Functions
• Analyzing and Sketching Graphs
• ## Volume

• Volume of Cylinders
• Volume of Cones
• Volume of Spheres
• ## Data Analysis and Displays

• Scatter Plots
• Lines of Fit
• Two-Way Tables
• Choosing a Data Display
• ## Real Numbers

• Classification of Rational Numbers
• Conversion of Recurring Decimals to Fractions
• Representation of Recurring Decimals on the Number Line
• Irrational Numbers
• ## Square Roots and Cube Roots

• Finding Square Roots
• Finding Cube Roots
• ## The Pythagoras Theorem

• The Pythagoras Theorem and Its Application
• The Distance Formula

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