RIT scores between 201 and 210


Number Sense and Operations

Whole Numbers
·  Understand the concept of division using pictorial representation 
·  Use frontend estimation strategy for multiplication and division 
·  Divide a 2digit number by a 2digit number with a remainder 
·  Subtract multidigit numbers without using a calculator 
·  Multiply by multiples of 10 and 100 with an emphasis on mental math 
·  Divide a 3digit number by a multiple of 10 
·  Divide a 3digit number by a 2digit number (no zeros) 

Fractions
·  Add mixed numbers with like denominators with regrouping 
·  Subtract mixed numbers with like denominators with regrouping 
·  Subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators with regrouping 
·  Multiply a fraction by a fraction; answer in lowest terms 

Decimals
·  Add decimals to hundredths place using both horizontal and vertical format 
·  Subtract decimals to hundredths place 
·  Compute and count change greater than $20.00 
·  Subtract decimals through hundredthousandths with a calculator 

Percents
·  Write a decimal or fraction as a percent; write a percent as a decimal or fraction 

New Vocabulary in this range: estimate, round, closest to, sum, of (used as in “½ of 36”)

New Signs and Symbols: square root symbol

Whole Numbers
·  Round to the nearest millions and billions 
·  Apply rules of divisibility 
·  Identify the greatest common factor of two whole numbers each of which is less than 100 
·  Write the Roman numeral equivalent of Arabic numbers 12000 and vice versa 

Fractions, Ratio and Proportion
·  Change a fractional numeral to its simplest form (lowest terms) 
·  Write the missing number in two equivalent ratios 
·  Use a number line to identify a fractional point 

Decimals
·  Write a decimal for a shaded region (hundredths) 
·  Write a terminating decimal as a fraction or mixed number 
·  Round decimals to nearest whole number, tenth, hundredth, or thousandth 
·  Multiply a decimal by multiples of 10, 100, or 1000 

Percents
·  Find a percent of a number 
·  Write a decimal or fraction as a percent or vice versa 

Place Value, Expanded and Standard Notation
·  Understand and identify the place value and value of each digit in numerals through the billions 
·  Write the word name for a decimal and vice versa 
·  Write numerals in expanded form through the hundred billions 

Ordering, Equalities and Inequalities
·  Order numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least 
·  Compare and order numbers through the billions 
·  Order decimals and fractions to the hundred thousandths 
·  Identify the greater or lesser of 2 integers 
·  Ordering integers that include fractions and wholes 
·  Translate verbal statements into equations (all four operations; several operations) 
·  Ordering exponential values 

Exponents and Scientific Notation
·  Write whole number in exponential form and compute the power of a number 

New Vocabulary in this Range: missing number, pentagon, simplest fraction, biggest, hundredths, one less, decimal numeral, squared, divisible, inequality, expanded numeral, equivalent, point, standard numeral, sequence

New Signs and Symbols: + used as positive symbol,  used as negative symbol

Patterns, Functions, and Algebra

Patterns, Sequences, Functions
·  Use of a function “machine” to determine input and output 

Solving Equations and Inequalities, Simplifying Expressions, Order of Operations
·  Evaluate an expression involving more than one operation (order of operations) 
·  Use the basic properties of multiplication to write an algebraic expression that is equivalent to a given algebraic expression 
·  Solve equations involving more than one operation 
·  Multiply and divide polynomials 
·  Solve equations involving rational numbers (addition and subtraction) 

Properties
·  Use strategies to develop computational fluency with multiplication: zero property, property of one, arrays, doubles, nine patterns 
·  Use the basic properties of addition to write an algebraic expression equivalent to a given algebraic expression 
·  Understand the properties of integers: commutative, associative, identity, zero property of multiplication, distributive property of multiplication over addition, and inverse property of addition 

New Vocabulary in this Range: input, output, table, associative, equation

New Signs and Symbols: £, ³

Measurement

Length, Weight, Volume
·  Find the volume of a figure using cubic units 
·  Perform conversions between units of mass in the metric system; also as necessary in addition or subtraction problems 
·  Select appropriate unit of measure for length and area 
·  Find the volume of rectangular solids using the formula 

Area, Perimeter, Circumference
·  Find the perimeter of a square or rectangle using the formula 
·  Solve practical word problems involving perimeter and area of a square, rectangle or triangle 
·  Calculate the area of a triangle 
·  Calculate the surface area of a rectangular prism 

Time, Temperature
·  Compute basic operations with units of time (include basic concept of time zones) 

Angle Identification and Measure
·  Identify angles according to their measure: right, obtuse, and acute 

Money
·  Compute and count change up to and including $5.00 (addition and subtraction only) 
·  Solve written word problems involving the addition or subtraction of monetary amounts 

New Vocabulary in this Range: right angle, circumference, minutes, decades, milligrams, gram, cubic feet, volume, liters, length, weight, kilometers, millimeters, mass

New Signs and Symbols: ft for feet, mL = milliliters, right angle symbol, symbol for line segment, p

Geometry and Spatial Sense

Shapes and Figures, 2 and 3dimensional
·  Identify faces, edges, and corners (vertices) on solid figures 
·  Identify polygons: triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, and octagon 
·  Identify quadrilaterals: square, rectangle, and parallelogram 
·  Identify, name, and analyze solid figures: cube, cylinder, triangular pyramid and square pyramid (faces, edges, and vertices) 

Congruency and Similarity
·  Identify congruent figures, angles and line segments 

Symmetry and Transformations

Geometric Properties and Terminology
·  Identify points, lines, line segments, rays, planes, and angles 
·  Identify the diameter of a circle 
·  Identify intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines 

New Vocabulary in this Range: intersection, quadrilaterals, octagon, parallelogram, pyramid, isosceles, right angle, diameter, right angle, geometric, perpendicular, plane

New Signs and Symbols: D for triangle, angle symbol

Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability

Probability and Prediction
·  Compute simple probability outcomes 
·  Determine the probability of an outcome (multiple events) 
·  Use the counting principle to determine probability 

Statistics
·  Solve practical problems involving the mean (average) of a set of numbers 

Graphing
·  Solve problems using information from a picture graph (symbol may represent more than one) 
·  Interpret data given in percent form on a circle graph and broken line graph 

New Vocabulary in this Range: least often, how many ways, ordered pairs, coordinates, distance formula

New Signs and Symbols: none

Problem Solving

·  Estimate the answers to word problems 
·  Solve written word problems involving the addition or subtraction of monetary amounts 
·  List the prime and composite numbers less than 50 in a word problem 
·  Order integers on a number line 
·  Interpret data given in percent form on a circle graph and broken line graph 
·  Solve word problems involving customary and metric measurement 
·  Solve word problems involving distance, rate and time 
·  Use logic to solve problems 
·  Solve word problems using proportional reasoning 
·  Solve geometry problems by making a drawing or diagram 
·  Choose and use an appropriate problem solving strategy: Draw a picture, Make a model, Guess and test, Make a list, Make a table, Find a pattern, Work backwards, Solve a simpler problem, Draw a diagram, Write an equation, or Logical Deduction 

New Vocabulary in this Range: quation, product, increased, number line, information not needed, division, estimate, odd, prime, cube, pattern, geometric patterns, extra information

New Signs and Symbols: r x t = d
