__Directions:__Use your TOP FIVE list to make sure you study what's most important for you. Once you choose a topic, you need to earn at least two IXL ribbons for each lesson. If you've already earned the ribbons (maybe from past homework), just do 15 problems and then move on. You can ask your neighbor or teacher for help, but make sure you also use your resources and read the IXL explanation if you answer a question incorrectly.

INTEGERS (Chapter 1)**DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR.** 1. IXL B.5: Compare and order integers 2. IXL C.3: Add and subtract Integers 3. IXL C.7: Multiply and divide integers 4. IXL C. 9: Evaluate expressions with integers |
RATIONAL NUMBERS (Chapter 2)**DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR** 1. IXL H.4: Compare rational numbers 2. IXL H.6: Add and subtract rational numbers 3. IXL H.8: Multiply and divide rational numbers |

CONSTANT OF PROPORTIONALITY (CoP) (Ch. 5 Pt. 2)1. IXL K.1: Find the CoP from a table 2. IXL K.2: Identify graphs of proportional relationships 3. IXL K.3: Find the CoP in a graph 4. IXL K.7: Find the CoP in word problems |

PROPORTIONS (Chapter 5 Part 1)1. IXL J.5: Find the unit rate 2. IXL J. 6: Do these ratios form a proportion? 3. IXL J.8: Solve proportions 4. IXL J.9: Solve proportions: word problems |

SCALE DRAWINGS (Chapter 7)1. IXL J.13: Scale drawings and scale factors (this is the only IXL practice, so you need to try to master it!) |

COMPOSITE FIGURES (AREA + PERIMETER) (Ch. 8)1. IXL X.17: Perimeter 2. IXL X.19: Area of triangles and trapezoids 3. IXL X.18: Area of rectangles and parallelograms 4. IXL X.33: Area of compound figures |

SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME (Chapter 9)1. IXL X.26: Names and bases of 3D figures 2. IXL N.27: Surface area of cubes, prisms, and pyramids 3. IXL N.30: Volume of cubes, prisms, and pyramids |