In Level 8, students enhance their arithmetic skills with natural numbers, integers, and rational numbers, using and without technology. They work with indices, investigate decimal and fraction representations, and solve problems involving ratios, percentages, and rates. They also explore some irrational numbers like square roots and fractions of π (pi).

Students transition from numbers to algebra, learning to expand, factorize, simplify, and substitute algebraic expressions. They plot linear relations, solve linear equations, and apply linear models. They also convert units for area and volume, solve time-related problems, and calculate perimeters, areas, and volumes of various shapes.

Students study congruence and transformations to understand properties of plane shapes, and use logical connectives and Venn diagrams to calculate probabilities. They learn that probabilities range from 0 to 1. Additionally, they collect and analyze data, using digital technology to explore variability and the impact of outliers on averages.

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