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  • 1. Mathematics Content Standards K-12
  • 2. Standard 1:
    Number
    and
    Operations
  • 3. Through communication, representation,
  • 4. reasoning and proof, problem solving,
  • 5. and making connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,
  • 6. students will demonstrate an understanding of numbers,
  • 7. ways of representing numbers,
  • 8. and relationships among numbers and number systems,
  • 9. demonstrate meanings of operations and
  • 10. how they relate to one another,
  • 11. and compute fluently and make reasonable estimates.
  • 12. Standard 2: Algebra
  • 13. Through communication, representation,
  • 14. reasoning and proof, problem solving,
  • 15. and making connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,
  • 16. students will demonstrate understanding of patterns,
  • 17. relations and functions,
  • 18. represent and analyze mathematical situations
  • 19. and structures using algebraic symbols,
  • 20. use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships,
  • 21. and analyze change in various contexts.
  • 22. Standard 3: Geometry
  • 23. Through communication, representation, reasoning and proof, problem solving,
  • 24. and making connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,
  • 25. students will analyze characteristics and
  • 26. properties of two- and three-dimensional geometric shapes
  • 27. and develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships,
  • 28. specify locations and describe spatial relationships
  • 29. using coordinate geometry and other representational systems,
  • 30. apply transformations
  • 31. and use symmetry to analyze mathematical situations,
  • 32. and solve problems using visualization,
  • 33. spatial reasoning,
  • 34. and geometric modeling.
  • 35. Standard 4:
    Measurement
  • 36. Through communication, representation,
  • 37. reasoning and proof,
  • 38. problem solving, and
  • 39. and making connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,
  • 40. students will demonstrate understanding of measurable attributes
  • 41. of objects and the units,
  • 42. systems, and processes of measurement,
  • 43. and apply appropriate techniques,
  • 44. tools and formulas to determine measurements.
  • 45. Standard 5:
    Data and Probability
  • 46. Through
    communication, representation,
  • 47. reasoning and proof,
  • 48. problem solving, and
  • 49. and making connections within and beyond the field of mathematics,
  • 50. students will formulate questions
  • 51. that can be addressed with data and collect,
  • 52. organize,
  • 53. and display relevant data to answer them,
  • 54. select and use appropriate statistical methods
  • 55. to analyze data
  • 56. develop
    and
    evaluate
    inferences
  • 57. and predictions that are based on models,
  • 58. and apply and demonstrate an understanding
  • 59. of basic concepts of probability.