### 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: Read, compare, order, use, and represent fractions, decimals, and percents and convert among different numeral forms (limited to terminating decimals for decimal to fraction conversion) and apply concepts of integers, absolute value and positive exponents.

M1.A.3: Apply concepts of ratios in practical or 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 (including mixed numerals), decimals, and percents applying order of operations and do straight computation with these numbers and operations.

M1.B.2: Create, solve, and justify the solution for multi-step, real-life problems with whole numbers, fractions (including mixed numerals), decimals, and percents.

### M2: Shape and Size

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

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

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

M2.F.1: Perform conversions between pairs within the following groups: inches, feet, yards, and miles; millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers; cups, pints, quarts, and gallons; milliliters and liters; ounces, pounds and tons; grams and kilograms; seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years.

M2.F.2: Solve problems involving unit price, speed and direct measures.

M2.F.3: Given formulas from which to choose, find areas and perimeters of 2-D shapes (includes circles), and volumes of rectangular solids with rational numbers with correct units.

### M3: Mathematical Decision Making

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

M3.C.1: Organize data and analyze patterns and trends in data using modes, medians, means and ranges for sets of data (emphasis on comparing sets begins). Data displays include lists, tables, frequency distributions, line plots, bar graphs or stem and leaf plots.

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

M3.D.1: Find the probability of simple events and express the probability as a fraction or a percentage (percentages limited to multiples of 10% and 25%).

M3.D.4: Apply the idea of permutation in a problem situation with 6 elements or fewer (e.g., how many ways can the four letters in the word "math" be arranged?).

### M4: Patterns

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

M4.G.1: Translate real-life linear situations into equations (limited to one step).

M4.G.3: Solve problems involving linear patterns in the form of tables, graphs, words, rules or equations using rational numbers (including signed values).

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

M4.H.1: Evaluate formulas with no more than 3 variables using the computation specified in M1B1.7.

M4.H.4: Graph inequality statements on a number line.

M4.H.6: Solve two-step equations using integers and positive rational numbers.

#### M4.K: Students will reflect upon and clarify their understanding of mathematical ideas and relationships.

M4.K.2: Read and use statistics, tables, and graphs to communicate ideas and information. Data displays include lists, tables, frequency distributions, line plots, bar graphs, stem and leaf plots or 1st quadrant scatterplots and line graphs and pie charts/circle graphs (read only).

Correlation last revised: 12/4/2008

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