MA8.1.1: Students represent and apply numbers in a variety of equivalent forms (such as changing from percent to decimal to fraction, etc.) and in a problem-solving context:
MA8.1.1.a: prime factors, factors, and multiples;
MA8.1.1.b: rational numbers and proportions; and
MA8.1.1.c: square roots and powers.
MA8.1.2: Students extend understanding and use of basic arithmetic operations on rational numbers.
MA8.1.2.a: Simplify numerical expressions using the order of operations;
MA8.1.2.b: Order rational numbers expressed in a variety of forms
MA8.1.3: Students explain their choice of estimation and problem- solving strategies and justify results of solutions in problem-solving situations involving rational numbers.
MA8.1.4: Students understand properties of operations with rational numbers.
MA8.2.1: Students classify and describe one-, two-, and three-dimensional geometric objects, including:
MA8.2.1.a: lines, rays, segments, and angles;
MA8.2.1.c: circles and spheres;
MA8.2.1.d: regular polygon types;
MA8.2.1.e: right prisms, cylinders, cones, and pyramids.
MA8.2.3: Students use geometric formulas including the Pythagorean Theorem.
MA8.3.1: Students apply estimation and measurement of weight/mass to content problems and convert within U.S. customary and within metric units (mg, g, kg).
MA8.3.2: Students apply estimation and measurement of capacity/volume to content problems and convert within metric units (ml, l).
MA8.3.3: Students select and use the appropriate methods, tools, and units to solve problems involving angle measure, perimeter, circumference, area (including circles), and volume of rectangular solids.
MA8.4.1: Students translate word phrases, which involve the four basic operations to mathematical expressions.
MA8.4.2: Students solve one- and two- step linear equations each with an integer coefficient and integer solutions.
MA8.4.4: Using simple linear equations, students create a table, and graph the solutions on the coordinate system.
MA8.5.1: Students systematically collect, organize, describe, analyze, and represent data using tables, charts, diagrams, and graphs.
MA8.5.2: Students calculate mean, median, mode, and range for data sets and use in a real-world setting appropriate to grade level.
MA8.5.3: Students predict, compare, and calculate probable outcomes of experiments or simulations.
MA8.5.4: Students communicate about the likelihood of events using concepts from probability such as impossible, equally likely and certain appropriate to grade level.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018