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  • Questions 3,008
  • Vocabulary Terms 154
  • Performance Tasks 108
  • Instructional Videos 61

Test Standards

  1. (6.RP.1) Concept of a ratio
  2. (6.RP.2 ) Concept of a unit rate
  3. (6.RP.3a ) Make tables of equivalent ratios
  4. (6.RP.3b ) Solve unit rate problems
  5. (6.RP.3c ) Percent as rate per 100
  6. (6.RP.3d ) Convert measurement units
  1. (6.NS.1) Quotients of Fractions
  2. (6.NS.2 ) Divide multi-digit numbers
  3. (6.NS.3) Multi-digit decimals
  4. (6.NS.4) LCM & GCF
  5. (6.NS.5 ) Positive & negative numbers
  6. (6.NS.6a) Opposite signs of numbers
  7. (6.NS.6b) Signs of numbers in ordered pairs
  8. (6.NS.6c ) Find & position integers
  9. (6.NS.7a) Interpret statements of inequality
  10. (6.NS.7b) Statements of order
  11. (6.NS.7c ) Understand absolute value
  12. (6.NS.7d) Distinguish comparisons of absolute value
  13. (6.NS.8 ) Graph points in coordinate plane
  1. (6.EE.1) Write/evaluate numerical expressions
  2. (6.EE.2a ) Write expressions
  3. (6.EE.2b) Identify parts of an expression
  4. (6.EE.2c) Evaluate expression at specific values
  5. (6.EE.3) Equivalent expressions
  6. (6.EE.4) Identify equivalent expressions
  7. (6.EE.5) Understand solving is a process
  8. (6.EE.6 ) Use variables
  9. (6.EE.7 ) Solve equations of form x + p = q & px = q
  10. (6.EE.8) Write an inequality
  11. (6.EE.9) Use variables to represent 2 quantities
  1. (6.G.1) Find area
  2. (6.G.2) Find volume
  3. (6.G.3) Draw polygons
  4. (6.G.4) Represent 3-D figures using nets
  1. (6.SP.1) Recognize a statistical question
  2. (6.SP.2 ) Understand data has a distribution
  3. (6.SP.3 ) Measure of center vs. measure of variation
  4. (6.SP.4 ) Display numerical data
  5. (6.SP.5a) Number of observations
  6. (6.SP.5b) Nature of the attribute
  7. (6.SP.5c) Quantitative measures of center and variability
  8. (6.SP.5d) Relating measures

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