Number Sense (24 items) 38% of CST

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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
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#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.

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