### M1: Numbers and Operation

#### M1.A: Students will understand and demonstrate a sense of what numbers mean and how they are used.

M1.A.1: Use numbers in a variety of equivalent and interchangeable forms (e.g., integer, fraction, decimal, percent, exponential, and scientific notation) in problem-solving.

M1.A.3: Apply concepts of ratios, proportions, percents, and number theory (e.g. primes, factors, and multiples) in practical and other mathematical situations.

#### M1.B: Students will understand and demonstrate computation skills (no calculator use for straight computation and numbers used in this section should match those listed for Standard A).

M1.B.1: Compute and model all four operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, sets of numbers, and percents, applying the proper order of operations. Note: Includes positive and negative numbers.

M1.B.2: Create, solve, and justify the solution for multi-step, real-life problems including those with ratio and proportion.

### M2: Shape and Size

#### M2.E: Students will understand and apply concepts from geometry.

M2.E.1: Compare, classify, and draw twodimensional shapes and three-dimensional figures.

M2.E.2: Apply geometric properties to represent and solve real-life problems involving regular and irregular shapes.

M2.E.3: Use a coordinate system to define and locate position.

#### M2.F: Students will understand and demonstrate measurement skills.

M2.F.3: Demonstrate an understanding of length, area, volume, and the corresponding units, square units, and cubic units of measure.

### M3: Mathematical Decision Making

#### M3.C: Students will understand and apply concepts of data analysis.

M3.C.1: Organize and analyze data using mean, median, mode, and range.

#### M3.D: Students will understand and apply concepts of probability.

M3.D.1: Find the probability of simple events and make predictions by applying the theories of probability.

M3.D.4: Find all possible combinations and arrangements involving a limited number of variables.

### M4: Patterns

#### M4.G: Students will understand that mathematics is the science of patterns, relationships, and functions.

M4.G.1: Describe and represent relationships with tables, graphs, and equations.

#### M4.H: Students will understand and apply algebraic concepts.

M4.H.1: Use concepts of variables and expressions.

M4.H.3: Analyze tables and graphs to identify properties and relationships in a practical context.

M4.H.4: Use graphs to represent twovariable equations.

M4.H.6: Find solutions for unknown quantities in linear equations and in simple equations and inequalities.

Correlation last revised: 12/4/2008

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