#### 1.A: Patterns and Functions

1.A.1: Identify, describe, extend, and create numeric patterns and functions

1.A.1.a: Identify and describe sequences represented by a physical model or in a function table

1.A.1.b: Interpret and write a rule for a one operation (+, -, x, ÷) function table

1.A.1.c: Complete a function table with a given two-operation rule

#### 1.B: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities

1.B.1: Write and evaluate expressions

1.B.1.a: Write an algebraic expression to represent unknown quantities

1.B.1.c: Evaluate numeric expressions using the order of operations

1.B.2: Identify, write, solve, and apply equations and inequalities

1.B.2.b: Determine the unknown in a linear equation

1.B.2.c: Solve for the unknown in a one-step inequality

1.B.2.d: Identify or graph solutions of a onestep inequality on a number line

#### 1.C: Numeric and Graphic Representations of Relationships

1.C.1: Locate points on a number line and in a coordinate plane

1.C.1.a: Represent rational numbers on a number line

1.C.1.b: Graph ordered pairs in a coordinate plane.

1.C.1.c: Graph linear data from a function table

1.C.2: Analyze linear relationships

1.C.2.a: Identify and describe the change represented in a graph

1.C.2.b: Translate the graph of a linear relationship onto a table of values that illustrates the type of change

#### 2.A: Plane Geometric Figures

2.A.2: Analyze geometric relationships

2.A.2.a: Compare and classify triangles by sides

2.A.2.b: Compare and classify triangles by angle measure

2.A.2.c: Determine a third angle measure of a triangle given two angle measures

#### 2.E: Transformations

2.E.1: Analyze a transformation on a coordinate plane

2.E.1.a: Plot the result of one transformation (translation, reflection, rotation) on a coordinate plane

#### 3.B: Measurement Tools

3.B.1: Measure in customary and metric units

3.B.1.a: Select and use appropriate tools and units

#### 3.C: Applications in Measurement

3.C.1: Estimate and apply measurement formulas

3.C.1.a: Estimate and determine the area of a polygon

3.C.1.b: Estimate and determine the volume of a rectangular prism

3.C.1.c: Estimate and determine the area of a composite figure

3.C.1.d: Determine missing dimension of a quadrilateral given the perimeter length

#### 4.A: Data Displays

4.A.1: Organize and display data

4.A.1.a: Organize and display data to make frequency tables

4.A.1.b: Organize and display data to make stem-and-leaf plots

4.A.1.c: Organize and display data using a back-to-back stem-and-leaf plot

#### 4.B: Data Analysis

4.B.1: Analyze data

4.B.1.a: Interpret frequency tables

4.B.1.b: Read and analyze circle graphs

4.B.1.c: Interpret data from a stem-and-leaf plot

4.B.2: Describe a set of data

4.B.2.a: Apply measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode)

#### 5.B: Theoretical Probability

5.B.1: Determine the probability of one simple event comprised of equally likely outcomes

5.B.1.a: Express the probability of an event as a fraction.

5.B.1.b: Express the probability of an event as a decimal

5.B.1.c: Express the probability of an event as a percent

#### 5.C: Experimental Probability

5.C.1: Analyze the results of a probability experiment

5.C.1.a: Make predictions and express the experimental probability as a fraction, a decimal, or a percent

5.C.2: Conduct a probability experiment

5.C.3: Compare outcomes of theoretical probability with the results of experimental probability

5.C.4: Describe the difference between theoretical and experimental probability

#### 6.A: Knowledge of Number and Place Value

6.A.1: Apply knowledge of rational numbers and place value

6.A.1.c: Identify and determine equivalent forms of fractions as decimals, as percents, and as ratios

6.A.1.d: Compare and order fractions, decimals alone or mixed together, with and without relational symbols (<, >, =)

6.A.1.e: Compare and order integers

#### 6.B: Number Theory

6.B.1: Apply number relationships

6.B.1.a: Determine prime factorizations for whole numbers and express them using exponential form

#### 6.C: Number Computation

6.C.1: Analyze number relations and compute

6.C.1.a: Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers and express answers in simplest form

6.C.1.b: Multiply fractions and mixed numbers and express in simplest form

6.C.1.c: Multiply decimals

6.C.1.e: Determine a percent of a whole number

6.C.1.f: Simplify numeric expressions using the properties of addition and multiplication

6.C.2: Estimation

6.C.2.a: Determine the approximate products and quotients of decimals

6.C.3: Analyze ratios, proportions, and percents

6.C.3.a: Represent ratios in a variety of forms

6.C.3.b: Use ratios and unit rates to solve problems

Correlation last revised: 1/19/2015

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