- How can I organize data?
- How can I use mathematical reasoning to make predictions?
- How can numbers and symbols, diagrams, words, and various kinds of tables be used to represent mathematical ideas?
- Graphical representations of data will be analyzed to show strengths and weaknesses.
- Shapes that can be broken into rectangles will be measured to find area.
- Generic rectangles can be used for multiplication.
- Greatest common factors of selected numbers will be found in relationship with the distributive property.
- Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of various graphical representations of data.
- Define and measure the area of rectangles and shapes that can be broken into rectangles.
- Utilize a generic rectangle to multiply, both on paper and mentally.
- Investigate the greatest common factor of selected numbers and their relationship with the distributive property.
New Vocabulary Terms:
- bar graph*
- generic rectangle*
- greatest common factor*
- stem-and-leaf plot*
- units of measure*
- Venn diagram*