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#### MA 5.1.1.a

Demonstrate multiple equivalent representations for whole numbers and decimals through the thousandths place (e.g., 3.125 is 3 + .1 + .02 + .005)

#### MA 5.1.1.b

Compare and order whole numbers, fractions, and decimals through the thousandths place

#### MA 5.1.1.c

Identify and name fractions in their simplest form and find common denominators for fractions

#### MA 5.1.1.d

Recognize and generate equivalent forms of commonly used fractions, decimals, and percents (e.g., one third, one fourth, one half, two thirds, three fourths)

#### MA 5.1.1.e

Classify a number as prime or composite

#### MA 5.1.1.f

Identify factors and multiples of any whole number

#### MA 5.1.1.g

Round whole numbers and decimals to any given place

#### MA 5.1.2.a

Use words and symbols to explain the meaning of the identity properties for addition and multiplication

#### MA 5.1.2.b

Use words and symbols to explain the meaning of the commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication

#### MA 5.1.2.c

Use words and symbols to explain the distributive property of multiplication over addition (e.g., 5 (y + 2) = 5y + 5 x 2)

#### MA 5.1.3.a

Add and subtract positive rational numbers (e.g., proper and improper fractions, mixed numbers, fractions with common and uncommon denominators, decimals through the thousandths place)

#### MA 5.1.3.b

Select, apply and explain the appropriate method of computation when problem solving (e.g., models, mental computation, paper-pencil, technology)

#### MA 5.1.3.d

Divide a decimal by a whole number

#### MA 5.1.4

Estimate the sums and differences of positive rational numbers to check the reasonableness of such results

#### MA 5.2.1.a

Identify the number of edges, faces, and vertices of triangular and rectangular prisms

#### MA 5.2.1.b

Justify congruence of two-dimensional shapes

#### MA 5.2.1.c

Justify the classification of two-dimensional shapes (e.g., triangles by angles and sides)

#### MA 5.2.1.d

Identify degrees on a circle (e.g., 45, 90, 180, 270, 360)

#### MA 5.2.2

Plot the location of an ordered pair in the first quadrant

#### MA 5.2.3

Perform one-step transformations on two dimensional shapes (e.g., translation, rotation, reflection, of 90, 180, and 270)

#### MA 5.2.4.a

Build or sketch a geometric model to solve a problem

#### MA 5.2.4.c

Build rectangular prisms using cubes

#### MA 5.2.5.a

Select and use appropriate tools to measure perimeter and angles

#### MA 5.2.5.b

Identify correct unit (customary or metric) to the measurement situation (e.g., distance from home to school; measure length of a room)

#### MA 5.2.5.c

Estimate and measure length with customary units to the nearest inch

#### MA 5.2.5.d

Measure capacity/volume with customary units

#### MA 5.2.5.e

Measure weight (mass) and temperature using metric units

#### MA 5.2.5.f

Determine the area of rectangles and squares

#### MA 5.3.1.a

Describe, extend, apply rules, and make generalizations about numeric, and geometric patterns

#### MA 5.3.1.b

Create and analyze numeric patterns using words, tables, and graphs

#### MA 5.3.1.c

Communicate relationships using expressions and equations

#### MA 5.3.2.a

Model situations that involve the addition, subtraction, and multiplication of positive rational numbers using words, graphs, and tables

#### MA 5.3.2.b

Represent a variety of quantitative relationships using tables and graphs

#### MA 5.3.2.c

Compare different models to represent mathematical situations

#### MA 5.3.3.a

Explain the addition property of equality (e.g., if a = b, then a + c = b + c)

#### MA 5.3.3.b

Use symbolic representations of the associative property (e.g., (2 + 3) + 4 = 2 + (3 + n), (2 * 3) * 4 = 2 * (3 * n))

#### MA 5.3.3.c

Evaluate numerical expressions by using parentheses with respect to order of operations (e.g., 6 + (3 * 5))

#### MA 5.3.3.d

Evaluate simple algebraic expressions involving addition and subtraction

#### MA 5.3.3.e

Solve one-step addition and subtraction equations involving common positive rational numbers

#### MA 5.3.3.f

Identify and explain the properties of equality used in solving one-step equations involving common positive rational numbers

#### MA 5.4.1.a

Represent data using line plots

#### MA 5.4.1.b

Represent the same set of data in different formats (e.g., table, pictographs, bar graphs, line plots)

#### MA 5.4.1.c

Draw conclusions based on a set of data

#### MA 5.4.1.d

Find the mean, median, mode, and range for a set of whole numbers

#### MA 5.4.1.e

Generate questions and answers from data sets and their graphical representations

#### MA 5.4.2

Make predictions based on data to answer questions from tables, bar graphs, and line plots

#### MA 5.4.3.a

Perform and record results of probability experiments

#### MA 5.4.3.b

Generate a list of possible outcomes for a simple event

#### MA 5.4.3.c

Explain that the likelihood of an event that can be represented by a number from 0 (impossible) to 1 (certain)