#### Number Sense (24 items) 38% of CST

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Number Sense (24 items) 38% of CST

Number Sense (24 items)
38% of CST
Power Standard 1.1 (3 items)
Power Standard 1.3 (6 items)
Power Standard 1.4 (5 items)
Power Standard 2.3 (6 items)
Number Sense 1.1
POWER STANDARD
Compare and order positive and negative
fractions, decimals, and mixed numbers
and be able to place them on a number
line.
GREATEST TO LEAST
LEAST TO GREATEST
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
Number Sense 1.3
Power Standard:
Use proportions to solve problems
Use cross multiplication and divide to
solve.
BE careful setting them up!!!
#7
#8
#9
#11
#12
#13
#15
#16
#17
NUMBER SENSE 1.4
POWER STANDARD
Calculate given percentages of quantities
involving discounts at sales, interest
earned and tax and tips.
Discount: Multiply/Subtract
Tax: Multiply/Add
Tip: Multiply/Add
Interest: Multiply/Add
NUMBER SENSE: 2.3, 2.4
Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication,
and division problems, integers,
combination of these operations.
Determine the LCM and GCF and use
them to solve problems with fractions.
Remember: PRODUCT: Multiplication
ALGEBRA and Functions
29% of CST
Power Standard 1.1
Write and solve one-step equations with one
variable.
Power Standard 2.2
Demonstrate an understanding that rate is a
measure of one quantity per unit value of
another quantity.
Measurement and Geometry
15% of CST
Power standard 1.1 ( 3 items)
Understand the concept of pi and use these
value to estimate and calculate
circumference and area of a circle.
Power Standard 2.2 ( 4 items)
Use properties of complementary and
supplementary angles an the sum of
triangles to solve problems involving an
unknown angle.
SDAP Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability
17% of CST
Power Standard 2.2 (3 items)
Identify different ways of collecting a sample
(convenience, random and systematic) which sample is
more representative.
Power Standard 3.1 (3 items)
Compound Events in an organized way and express the
theoretical probability
Power Standards 3.3 (3 items)
Represent probabilities as ratios, proportions, decimals,
and percents. Knowing that P is the probability of an
event.