MA.6.NSO.1.2 Given a mathematical or real-world context, represent quantities that have opposite direction using rational numbers. Compare them on a number line and explain the meaning of zero within its context.
MA.6.NSO.2.2 Extend previous understanding of multiplication and division to compute products and quotients of positive fractions by positive fractions, including mixed numbers, with procedural fluency.
MA.6.AR.3.3 Extend previous understanding of fractions and numerical patterns to generate or complete a two-or three-column table to display equivalent part-to-part ratios and part-to-part-to-whole ratios.
MA.6.GR.1 Apply previous understanding of the coordinate plane to solve problems.
MA.6.GR.1.1 Extend previous understanding of the coordinate plane to plot rational number ordered pairs in all four quadrants and on both axes. Identify the x- or y-axis as the line of reflection when two ordered pairs have an opposite x-or y-coordinate.
MA.6.DP.1.3 Given a box plot within a real-world context, determine the minimum, the lower quartile, the median, the upper quartile and the maximum. Use this summary of the data to describe the spread and distribution of the data.
MA.6.DP.1.4 Given a histogram or line plot within a real-world context, qualitatively describe and interpret the spread and distribution of the data, including any symmetry, skewness, gaps, clusters, outliers and the range.