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4.2AThe Value of Place Value Digits; Multiplying By 10 or 100
4.2BRepresenting the Value of Digits - Whole Numbers Through 1,000,000,000, Decimals to the Hundredths
4.2CCompare and Order Numbers to 1,000,000,000
4.2DRounding Numbers to Estimate
4.2ERepresent Decimals Using Models and Money
4.2FLet’s Compare Using Symbols (<, = ,>)
4.2FCompare and Order Decimals Using Models
4.2GRelate Decimals to Fractions - Tenths and Hundredths
4.2GDistances on a Number Line - Fractions and Decimals
4.2HDecimals on a Number Line
4.2HDistances on a Number Line - Fractions and Decimals
4.3AUnit Fractions
4.3AUnit Fractions Greater than 1
4.3BFraction Amounts Shown More Than One Way
4.3CSimplifying Fractions
4.3CSimplifying Improper Fractions
4.3CComparing Fractions - UNLIKE Denominators
4.3DComparing Fractions - UNLIKE Denominators
4.3EAddition and Subtraction of Fractions - LIKE Denominators
4.3FAre My Answers Reasonable? Using Benchmark Fractions
4.3GDistances on a Number Line - Fractions and Decimals
4.4AAddition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers - Decimals
4.4BThe Value of Place Value Digits; Multiplying By 10 or 100
4.4CProducts Shown in Arrays and Area Models
4.4DSolve Problems Using Multiplication
4.4ERepresent Division with Models
4.4FDivision Algorithm - Whole Number Divided by a Single-Digit Whole Number Divisor
4.4GRounding Numbers to Estimate
4.4HSolve Problems Involving Multiplication and Division
4.5AFREE - Represent Problems with Strip Diagrams and Equations
4.5BNumber Patterns
4.5CPerimeter of a Polygon
4.5DPerimeter of a Polygon
4.6APoints, Lines, Segments, and Rays
4.6AClassify Two-Dimensional Figures
4.6BLines of Symmetry
4.6CAcute, Obtuse, and Right Triangles
4.6DClassify Two-Dimensional Figures
4.7AFREE - Estimating Angle Measures in Reference to Circles
4.7BEstimating Angle Measures in Reference to Circles
4.7CUsing Protractors to Measure Angles
4.7DDraw Angles with a Given Measure
4.7EAdjacent Angles
4.8AThe Size of Measurement Units - Customary System
4.8AThe Size of Measurement Units - Metric System
4.8BConvert Measurements Using a Data Table
4.8CPerimeter of a Polygon
4.9AStem-and-Leaf Plots
4.9ADot Plots
4.9BStem-and-Leaf Plots
4.9BDot Plots
4.10AFREE - Financial Literacy: Fixed and Variable Expenses
4.10BFinancial Literacy: Calculate Profit
4.10CFinancial Literacy: Spending, Saving, and Sharing
4.10DFinancial Literacy: Spending, Saving, and Sharing
4.10EFinancial Literacy: Financial Institutions
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5.2ARepresenting the Value of Digits in Decimal Numbers Through the Thousandths
5.2BCompare and Order Decimal Values
5.2CRounding Numbers to Estimate
5.3ARounding Numbers to Estimate
5.3BMultiplication Algorithm - 2 digits x 3 digits
5.3CDivision - Whole Numbers Divided by Whole Numbers
5.3DFREE - Products to the Hundredths - Representations
5.3EProducts - Decimals to the Hundredths
5.3FQuotient Models - Decimals Divided by Whole Numbers
5.3GDivision - Decimals divided by Whole Numbers
5.3HAddition and Subtraction of Fractions Using Models - UNLIKE Denominators
5.3HAddition and Subtraction of Mixed Numbers
5.3IMultiplication of a Whole Number and Fraction Using Models
5.3JDivision: Whole Numbers and Unit Fractions Using Models
5.3JDivision of Whole Numbers and Unit Fractions, Part 2
5.3KAdd and Subtract Rational Numbers
5.3KAddition and Subtraction of Rational Numbers - Fractions with UNLIKE Denominators
5.3KSimplifying Improper Fractions
5.3LDivision: Whole Numbers and Unit Fractions Using Models
5.3LDivision of Whole Numbers and Unit Fractions
5.3LDivision of Whole Numbers and Unit Fractions, Part 2
5.4APrime Numbers and Composite Numbers
5.4BRepresent Problems Using Equations
5.4CNumerical Patterns y = ax and y = x + a
5.4DAdditive and Multiplicative Patterns
5.4EParentheses and Brackets in Expressions
5.4FOrder of Operations
5.4GVolume Formulas (Rectangular Prisms including Cubes)
5.4HPerimeter, Area, and Volume
5.5AFREE - Classify Two-Dimensional Figures
5.6AVolume Measured in Cubic Units
5.6BVolume Measured in Cubic Units
5.7AConversions Within a Measurement System
5.8AKey Features of the Coordinate Plane, Quadrant I
5.8BKey Features of the Coordinate Plane, Quadrant I
5.8CGraphing Ordered Pairs on the Coordinate Plane, Quadrant I
5.9AStem-and-Leaf Plots
5.9ADot Plots
5.9CFrequency Tables, Dot Plots, Bar Graphs, Stem-and-Leaf Plots, Scatterplots
5.9CStem-and-Leaf Plots
5.9CDot Plots
5.10AFREE - Financial Literacy: Income Tax, Payroll Tax, Sales Tax, Property Tax
5.10BFinancial Literacy: Gross Income and Net Income
5.10CFinancial Literacy: Methods of Payment
5.10DFinancial Literacy: Keeping Financial Records
5.10EFinancial Literacy: Balancing A Budget
5.10FFinancial Literacy: Balancing A Budget
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6.2AClassify Whole Numbers, Integers, and Rational Numbers
6.2BNumbers, Opposites, and Absolute Value
6.2CIntegers and Rational Numbers on a Number Line
6.2DOrder Rational Numbers
6.2EDivision Representations
6.3ADividing Fractions - Multiplying by a Reciprocal
6.3BMultiplying by a Fraction - How do quantities change?
6.3CInteger Operations - Addition and Subtraction Using Models
6.3CInteger Operations - Multiplication and Division Using Models
6.3DInteger Operations - Addition and Subtraction
6.3DInteger Operations - Multiplication and Division
6.3DInteger Operations - Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide
6.3EDividing Rational Numbers - Fractions
6.3EMultiplying Rational Numbers - Fractions
6.3EDividing Decimals
6.3EMultiplying Decimals
6.3EDividing Fractions - Multiplying by a Reciprocal
6.4ACompare Additive and Multiplicative Patterns
6.4BRatios and Rates
6.4CRatio Examples
6.4DExamples of Rates
6.4DRepresenting Ratios and Rates Using Scale Factors
6.4DRepresenting Ratios and Rates Using Tables and Graphs
6.4EFREE - Benchmark Fractions and Percents
6.4FBenchmark Fractions and Percents
6.4GReal-World Problems - Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
6.4HConvert Units Within a Measurement System
6.5ARepresenting Ratios and Rates Using Scale Factors
6.5ARepresenting Ratios and Rates Using Tables and Graphs
6.5BReal-World Problems - Finding the Whole, Part, or Percentage
6.5CName Parts of a Whole – Fraction, Decimal, Percent
6.6AIndependent and Dependent Quantities in Tables and Graphs
6.6BEquations to Represent Relationships in Tables
6.6CFREE - Represent Situations Using Verbal Descriptions, Tables, Graphs and Equations
6.7APrime Factorization
6.7AGenerate Equivalent Expressions Using the Order of Operations
6.7BDistinguish Between Expressions & Equations
6.7CDetermine Equality Using Models and Algebraic Representations
6.7DRewrite Expressions Using the Inverse, Identity, Commutative, Associative and Distributive Properties
6.8AProperties of Triangles
6.8BArea Formulas Modeled for Triangles, Parallelograms, andTrapezoids
6.8CWrite Equations for Area and Volume Problems
6.8DArea and Volume
6.9AOne-Variable, One-Step Equations and Inequalities
6.9BSolutions Shown on Number Lines
6.9CWrite Real-World Problems
6.10AModel and Solve One-Step Equations and Inequalities
6.10BDetermine if Given Values Are Solutions
6.11AGraphing Points on the Coordinate Plane – Quadrants I, II, III, IV
6.12ADot Plots
6.12AStem-and-Leaf Plots
6.12ABox Plots
6.12BDot Plots
6.12BStem-and-Leaf Plots
6.12BBox Plots
6.12CStem-and-Leaf Plots
6.12CDot Plots
6.12CBox Plots
6.12DFREE - Percentage Bar Graphs
6.13ADot Plots
6.13AStem-and-Leaf Plots
6.13ABox Plots
6.13BSituations That Yield Data with or Without Variability
6.14AFinancial Literacy: Compare Checking Accounts and Debit Cards from Financial Institutions
6.14BFinancial Literacy: Debit Cards vs Credit Cards
6.14CFinancial Literacy: Balance a Check Record
6.14DFinancial Literacy: Credit Histories and Credit Reports
6.14EFinancial Literacy: Credit Histories and Credit Reports
6.14FFinancial Literacy: Credit Histories and Credit Reports
6.14GFinancial Literacy: Methods to Pay for College
6.14HFinancial Literacy: Compare Annual Salaries
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7.2ARelationships Between Sets of Rational Numbers
7.3AAdd, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Rational Numbers
7.3BSolve Problems Involving Rational Numbers
7.4ARepresent Constant Rates of Change
7.4BCalculate Unit Rates
7.4CDetermine the Constant of Proportionality
7.4DRatios, Rates and Percents
7.4DPercent Increase and Percent Decrease
7.4EConvert Between Measurement Systems
7.5ACritical Attributes of Similarity
7.5BFREE - What is π?
7.5CSimilar Shapes and Scale Drawings
7.6ARepresent Simple and Compound Events Using Tree Diagrams and Lists
7.6BSimulations to Represent Simple and Compound Events
7.6CMake Predictions from Experimental Data
7.6DMake Predictions Using Theoretical Probability in Simple and Compound Events
7.6EProbabilities and their Complements in Simple Events
7.6FUse Random Sample Data to Make Inferences About a Population
7.6GCircle Graphs
7.6GSolve Problems Using Data Representations in Bar Graphs, Dot Plots, and Circle Graphs
7.6HUse Qualitative and Quantitative Predictions and Comparisons in Simple Events
7.6IFREE - Determine Theoretical and Experimental Probabilities in Simple and Compound Events
7.7ARepresent Linear Relationships -Verbal Descriptions, Tables, Graphs, and Equations
7.8AVolume of Rectangular Prisms and Rectangular Pyramids – Model the Relationship
7.8BVolume of Triangular Prisms and Triangular Pyramids – Model the Relationship
7.8CUse Models to Approximate Circumference and Area Formulas for Circles
7.9ASolve Problems Involving Volume – Rectangular Prisms, Rectangular Pyramids, Triangular Prisms, Triangular Pyramids
7.9BDetermine Circumference and Area of Circles
7.9CArea of Composite Figures
7.9DUsing Nets to Calculate Lateral Surface Area and Total Surface Area
7.10AOne-Variable, Two-Step Equations and Inequalities
7.10BSolutions Shown on Number Lines - One-Variable, Two-Step Equations and Inequalities
7.10CWrite Real-World Problems – One-Variable, Two-Step Equations and Inequalities
7.11AModel and Solve One-Variable, Two-Step Equations and Inequalities
7.11BDetermine if Given Values are Solutions to One-Variable, Two-Step Equations and Inequalities
7.11CEquations Using Geometry Concepts
7.12ACompare Data Sets in Dot Plots and Box Plots
7.12BUse Data From Random Samples to Make Inferences
7.12CCompare Two Populations Based on Data in Random Samples
7.13ACalculate Tax Amounts – Sales Tax and Income Tax
7.13BComponents of a Personal Budget
7.13CNet Worth Statements
7.13DEstimating Budget Needs
7.13EFREE - Simple Interest and Compound Interest
7.13FMonetary Incentives – Sales, Rebates, and Coupons
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G9BSpecial Right Triangles

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