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Practice worksheets and activities for fundamental arithmetic. If you are using a PC and NOT Mac. The instruction below will help you get the folder. Click Download (save to desktop) 2. Right click on downloaded folder once it's saved 3. Click on "Extract All" 4. Click "Next" 5. Click "Next" again 6. Click "Finish" 7. Open the folder "Arithmetic_Unit" 8. All of the documents are available.

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  • Mathematics > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8

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English

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Pre-Algebra
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MA.9-12.N-1-H: Mathematics

demonstrating an understanding of the real number system;

MA.9-12.N-2-H: Mathematics

demonstrating that a number can be expressed in many forms, and selecting an appropriate form for a given situation (e.g., fractions, decimals, percents, and scientific notation);

MA.9-12.N-3-H: Mathematics

using number sense to estimate and determine if solutions are reasonable;

MA.9-12.N-4-H: Mathematics

determining whether an exact or approximate answer is necessary;

MA.9-12.N-5-H: Mathematics

selecting and using appropriate computational methods and tools for given situations (e.g., estimation, or exact computation using mental arithmetic, calculator, symbolic manipulator, or paper and pencil);

MA.9-12.N-6-H: Mathematics

applying ratios and proportional thinking in a variety of situations (e.g., finding a missing term of a proportion);

MA.9-12.N-7-H: Mathematics

justifying reasonableness of solutions and verifying results.

MA.9-12.A-1-H: Mathematics

demonstrating the ability to translate real-world situations (e.g., distance versus time relationships, population growth, growth functions for diseases, growth of minimum wage, auto insurance tables) into algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities and vice versa;

MA.9-12.A-2-H: Mathematics

recognizing the relationship between operations involving real numbers and operations involving algebraic expressions;

MA.9-12.A-3-H: Mathematics

using tables and graphs as tools to interpret algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities;

MA.9-12.A-4-H: Mathematics

solving algebraic equations and inequalities using a variety of techniques with the appropriate tools (e.g., hand-held manipulatives, graphing calculator, symbolic manipulator, or pencil and paper).

MA.9-12.M-1-H: Mathematics

selecting and using appropriate units, techniques, and tools to measure quantities in order to achieve specified degrees of precision, accuracy, and error (or tolerance) of measurements;

MA.9-12.M-2-H: Mathematics

demonstrating an intuitive sense of measurement (e.g., estimating and determining reasonableness of results as related to area, volume, mass, rate, and distance);

MA.9-12.M-3-H: Mathematics

estimating, computing, and applying physical measurement using suitable units (e.g., calculate perimeter and area of plane figures, surface area and volume of solids presented in real-world situations);

MA.9-12.M-4-H: Mathematics

demonstrating the concept of measurement as it applies to real-world experiences.

MA.9-12.G-1-H: Mathematics

identifying, describing, comparing, constructing, and classifying geometric figures in two and three dimensions using technology where appropriate to explore and make conjectures about geometric concepts and figures;

MA.9-12.G-2-H: Mathematics

representing and solving problems using geometric models and the properties of those models (e.g., Pythagorean Theorem or formulas involving radius, diameter, and circumference);

MA.9-12.G-3-H: Mathematics

solving problems using coordinate methods, as well as synthetic and transformational methods (e.g., transform on a coordinate plane a design found in real-life situations);

MA.9-12.G-4-H: Mathematics

using inductive reasoning to predict, discover, and apply geometric properties and relationships (e.g., patty paper constructions, sum of the angles in a polygon);

MA.9-12.G-5-H: Mathematics

classifying figures in terms of congruence and similarity and applying these relationships;

MA.9-12.G-6-H: Mathematics

demonstrating deductive reasoning and mathematical justification (e.g., oral explanation, informal proof, and paragraph proof).

MA.9-12.D-1-H: Mathematics

designing and conducting statistical experiments that involve the collection, representation, and analysis of data in various forms (Analysis should reflect an understanding of factors such as: sampling, bias, accuracy, and reasonableness of data.);

MA.9-12.D-2-H: Mathematics

recognizing data that relate two variables as linear, exponential, or otherwise in nature (e.g., match a data set, linear or non-linear, to a graph and vice versa);

MA.9-12.D-3-H: Mathematics

using simulations to estimate probabilities (e.g., lists and tree diagrams);

MA.9-12.D-4-H: Mathematics

demonstrating an understanding of the calculation of finite probabilities using permutations, combinations, sample spaces, and geometric figures;

MA.9-12.D-5-H: Mathematics

recognizing events as dependent or independent in nature and demonstrating techniques for computing multiple-event probabilities;

MA.9-12.D-6-H: Mathematics

recognizing and answering questions about data that are normally or non-normally distributed;

MA.9-12.D-7-H: Mathematics

making inferences from data that are organized in charts, tables, and graphs (e.g., pictograph; bar, line, or circle graph; stem-and-leaf plot or scatter plot);

MA.9-12.D-8-H: Mathematics

using logical thinking procedures, such as flow charts, Venn diagrams, and truth tables;

MA.9-12.D-9-H: Mathematics

using discrete math to model real-life situations (e.g., fair games or elections, map coloring).

MA.9-12.P-1-H: Mathematics

modeling the concepts of variables, functions, and relations as they occur in the real world and using the appropriate notation and terminology;

MA.9-12.P-2-H: Mathematics

translating between tabular, symbolic, or graphic representations of functions;

MA.9-12.P-3-H: Mathematics

recognizing behavior of families of elementary functions, such as polynomial, trigonometric, and exponential functions, and, where appropriate, using graphing technologies to represent them;

MA.9-12.P-4-H: Mathematics

analyzing the effects of changes in parameters (e.g., coefficients and constants) on the graphs of functions, using technology whenever possible;

MA.9-12.P-5-H: Mathematics

analyzing real-world relationships that can be modeled by elementary functions.
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