Number and Quantity 
 recognize and apply place value, rounding, and basic properties of integers
 locate and describe integers in terms of their position on the number line

Algebra and Functions 
 investigate and build understanding of the concept of percentage as a comparison of a part to a whole
 use multiple operations to solve multistep mathematical problems
 model a variety of realworld and mathematical problems with graphs
 use the language of the discipline (e.g., greater than and less than, increasing and decreasing) to describe realworld and mathematical problems

Algebra 
 use mathematical symbols and variables to express a relationship between quantities (e.g., the number of 59¢ candy bars that you can buy for $5 must satisfy 59n ≤ 500)
 evaluate algebraic expressions and solve simple equations, using whole numbers
 identify like terms in algebraic expressions

Functions 
 compare numerical patterns generated by a simple addition rule (e.g., add 2) and a simple multiplication rule (e.g., multiply by 2)

Geometry 
 apply the definitions of parallel and perpendicular lines to describe characteristics of realworld and mathematical problems
 describe, compare, and contrast plane and solid figures, using their properties
 distinguish between area and perimeter, and find the area or perimeter when all relevant dimensions are given
 locate and describe objects in terms of their relative positions

Statistics and Probability 
 solve realworld and mathematical problems that involve measures of central tendency (e.g., mean, median, mode)
 read and interpret data from different displays (e.g., boxandwhisker plots, stemandleaf plots), and use them along with additional information to solve realworld and mathematical problems
 conduct simple probability experiments, and represent results using different displays
 find the probability of a simple event and the probability of its complement
