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Convert between fractions, decimals and/or percents (e.g., 20% = 0.2 = 1/5) (terminating decimals only).

Compare and/or order integers, mixed numbers, fractions and decimals (fractions and decimals may be mixed - no more than 5 numbers in a set to be ordered).

Locate/identify decimals, fractions, mixed numbers and/or integers on a number line (a mix of these number forms may be on the same number line).

Use the order of operations to simplify numerical expressions (may use parentheses, brackets, +, -, x, ÷, squares up to 10² and cubes up to 4³; whole numbers only).

Write ratios to compare quantities (e.g., ratio of boys to girls).

Solve for a variable in a given proportion.

Use proportions to determine if two quantities are equivalent (e.g., similar figures, prices of different sized items, etc).

Calculate and/or apply unit rates or unit prices (terminating decimals through the hundredth place only).

Select and/or use ratios or proportions to solve problems.

Use proportions to find the missing length of a side in similar figures.

Estimate answers to problems involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions or mixed numbers.

Solve problems involving operations (+, -, x, ÷) of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, or mixed numbers (straight computation or word problems).

Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of integers.

in, ft, yd

fl oz, cup, pint, quart, gallon

oz, Lb

sec, min, hours, days

metric units including milli, centi and kilo (m, g or L)

Develop and/or use strategies to find the perimeter and/or area of compound figures (compound figures should only include quadrilaterals and triangles). Area formulas provided on the reference sheet.

Find the circumference and/or area of circles (formulas provided on the reference sheet).

Find the area of triangles and/or all types of parallelograms (formulas provided on the reference sheet).

Interpret and/or apply scales shown on maps, blueprints, models, etc.

Determine and/or apply an appropriate scale for reduction or enlargement.

Identify, describe and/or define diameter, radius, chord and/or circumference in circles.

Solve problems involving the relationship between the radius and diameter of the same circle.

Identify parallel, perpendicular and/or skew line segments within three-dimensional figures.

Identify and/or use polygons that are similar and/or congruent, given either measurements or tic and angle marks.

Identify corresponding sides and/or angles of congruent or similar polygons.

Plot and/or identify ordered pairs on a coordinate plane (all four quadrants).

Identify Quadrants I, II, III, IV, the x- & y-axes and the origin on a coordinate plane.

fractions or decimals - may use only one operation from +, - or x

whole numbers - may use only one operation from +, -, x, ÷ or squares

Select and/or use appropriate strategies to solve one-step equations (no negative numbers).

Use substitution of one and/or two variables to simplify expressions (whole numbers only - use order of operations).

Identify expressions, equations or inequalities that model mathematical situations (using whole numbers or decimals, no more than two operations and one variable).

Solve problems involving a constant rate of change (e.g., word problems, graphs or data tables).

Describe and/or use the relationship of data displayed on a rate of change graph (e.g., how does the x-axis data relate to the y-axis data).

Analyze data and/or answer questions pertaining to data represented in histograms, double bar graphs, multiple line graphs or stem-and-leaf plots.

Identify/calculate the mean (average), median, mode or range of a set of data.

Decide/choose which measure of central tendency (mean, median, mode or range) would be most appropriate for a given situation.

Find the theoretical probability of a simple and/or compound event (answer written as a fraction in lowest terms - any compound events should be independent).

Find the theoretical probability of an event not occurring (e.g., what is the probability of not rolling a 1 on a number cube).

Use data displayed in charts, graphs or tallies to find experimental probability.

Formulate predictions and/or draw conclusions based on data displays (bar graphs, circle graphs or line graphs) or probability.