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will accurately complete word problems requiring him/her to use familiar operations (+, -, x, /). 7C

will state the main idea of a given word problem (I.e., what to do). 7c2

will discriminate relevant from irrelevant information within the text of the word problem. 7c2

will select the appropriate operation for a given word problem. 7c2

will use relevant information and the selected operation to compute accurate responses to word problems. 7c2

will organize describe and make predictions based on existing data. 6C

will read and report data from pictures, tallies, bar graphs, tables, charts. 6c2

will display data by finishing pictures, tallies, bar graphs, tables, and charts begun by the teacher. 6c2

will display data by creating pictures, tallies, bar graphs, tables, and charts of his/her own. 6c2

will read and report data from line graphs, line plots, stem and leaf graphs, and pie charts. 6c2

will display data by finishing line graphs, line plots, stem and leaf graphs, and pie charts begun by the teacher. 6c2

will display data by creating line graphs, line plots, stem and leaf graphs, and pie charts of his/her own. 6c3

will summarize and draw conclusions after interpreting data presented graphically. 6c3

will make predictions about the future, based upon trends/patterns identified in graphically-displayed data. 6c3

will form questions, then gather and use mathematical data to answer them. 6D

will form questions that can be answered by reading or manipulating numbers. 6d2

will determine appropriate ways of gathering the information needed to answer questions. 6d2

will use skills at reading tables, graphs, & charts to identify relevant information. 6d2

will perform necessary conversions/computations of data needed to answer questions (e.g., compute miles/gal.). 6d2

will use technology to convert/compute necessary data: 6d3

will organize, describe and make predictions from existing data. 10A

will find the mean, median, range and mode of a given set of data. 10a2

will determine combinations and permutations (tree diagrams, probability experiments with and without replacement). 10a3

will create and solve problems involving the mean, median, mode, and range of a set of data. 10a3

will determine measures of central tendency (mean, edian, mode, range), and dispersion from data, graphs, tables, and experiments. 10a3

will extrapolate information from multiple-bar graphs, stem-and leaf plots, histograms, scattergrams, tables, and frequency distributions (tally charts). 10a3

will use data to determine, mean, median, mode, and range. 10a3

will perform an analysis of variance (ANOVA) and interpret the results. 10a5

will collect, organize, interpret data, and predict outcomes using the mean, mode, median, range, and standard deviation. 10a5

will predict the outcomes of simple events using the rules of probability. 10a5

will perform a regression analysis on a set of data, either given or created thru experimentation, & use the results to predict specific values of a variable. Identify equation for the line of regression for a scattergram. 10a5

will perform a t-test for a designated set of data, and use the results to test the validity of a hypothesis. 10a5

will calculate the Chi-Square values for a given population 10a5

will describe the fole of sampling, randomness, bias, and sample size in data collection and interpretation. 10a5

will describe individual performances in terms of percentiles, z-scores, and t-scores. 10a5

will express the chances of events occurring either in terms of a prabability or odds. 10a5

will determine possible outcomes using tree diagrams and the counting primcipales of permutations and combinations. 10a5

will formulate questions, design data collection methods, gather and analyze data and communicate findings. 10B

will determine combinations and permutations (tree diagrams and probability experiments with and without replacements). 10b2

will construct, read, or interpret tables, charts, and graphs to draw reasonable inferences or verify predictions using available technology. 10b2

will test the expected probability of an event against the actual outcome by carrying out an experiment using technology whenever appropriate. 10b3

will collect, organize, display, and interpret data using line graphs, circle graphs, bar graphs, histograms, stem-and-leaf plots, tables, and charts. 10b3

will analyze problem situations, such as games of chance or consumer applications, and use a statistical sampling to make predictions. 10b3

will draw inferences and construct convincing arguments based on data analysis. 10b3

will use process charts and histograms, run charts, scatter diagrams, and normal distribution curves in order to perform statistical process (quality) control. 10b5

will determine the correlation values for given data or for data generated by students & use the results to describe the assoc. of the variables within the given data. Identify whether this assoc. is systematic or predictable. 10b5

will interpret and calculate measures of dispersions from data presented in a variety of forms such as charts, tables and graphs or from data created through experimentation. 10b5

will interpret and calculate measures of central tendency from data presented in a variety of forms such as charts, tables, and graphs or from data created through experimentation. 10b5

will create and interpret data using various methods of displaying numerical data, including frequency distributions, circle graphs, histograms, and frequency curves. 10b5

will determine, describe and apply the probabilities of events. 10C

will model situations by carrying out experiments to determine probability. 10c2

will identify probabilities and solve problems involving the probability of an event by using tree diagrams or be construction of a sample space representing all possible results. 10c2

will determine the probability of a given event and express that probability as a ratio, decimal, or percent. 10c3

will use combinations and permutations in application problems. 10c3

will apply inductive reasoning to write a rule from data in a function table. 10c3

will investigate and describe the difference between the probabiltiy of an event found through simulation or experiment versus the theoretical probability of the same event. 10c3

will model practical problem-solving situations by constructing a sample space to determine probability. 10c3

will find the probability of complementary events and exclusive events. 10c3

will use the normal distribution and the binomial distribution including Pascal's triangle, to determine probability of events. 10c5

will make a statistical conclusion based on information in a chart or table. 10c5