#### MA6.1: Students use numbers, number sense, and number relationships in a problem-solving situation.

MA6.1.1: Students use the concept of place value to read and write decimals (to 1000ths) in words, standard, and expanded form.

MA6.1.2: Students multiply decimals (10ths & 100ths) and divide whole numbers by 2-digit divisors and divide decimals by whole numbers.

MA6.1.3: Students represent the number line using integers.

MA6.1.4: Students explain their choice of estimation and problem solving strategies and justify results when performing number operations with fractions and decimals in problem-solving situations.

MA6.1.5: Students identify prime and composite numbers and apply prime factorization to numbers less than 100.

MA6.1.6: Students demonstrate an understanding of fractions and decimals by:

MA6.1.6.b: converting between mixed numbers and improper fractions;

MA6.1.6.c: simplifying fractions and mixed numbers;

MA6.1.6.d: writing fractions in equivalent forms;

MA6.1.6.e: using parts of a set;

MA6.1.6.g: converting between decimals (from .01 to .99), fractions and representing percentages.

MA6.1.7: Students add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators.

#### MA6.2: Students apply geometric concepts, properties, and relationships in a problem-solving situation.

MA6.2.1: Students classify, describe, compare, and draw representations of 1- and 2- dimensional objects and angles.

#### MA6.3: Students use a variety of tools and techniques of measurement in a problem-solving situation.

MA6.3.4: Students demonstrate relationships within the U.S. customary units for weight and capacity and within the metric system (centimeters to meters) in problem-solving situations.

MA6.3.5: Students determine the area and perimeter of regular polygons and the area of parallelograms, with and without models.

#### MA6.4: Students use algebraic methods to investigate, model, and interpret patterns and functions involving numbers, shapes, data, and graphs in a problem-solving situation.

MA6.4.1: Students recognize, describe, extend, create, and generalize patterns, such as numeric sequences, by using manipulatives, numbers, graphic representations, including charts and graphs.

#### MA6.5: Students use data analysis and probability to analyze given situations and the results of experiments.

MA6.5.1: Students systematically collect, organize, and describe/represent numeric data using line graphs.

MA6.5.2: Students, given a scenario, recognize and communicate the likelihood of events using concepts from probability (i.e., impossible, equally likely, certain) appropriate to grade level.

Correlation last revised: 5/31/2018

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