OA.B.A.1 Advanced students identify and explain features between the corresponding terms of two numerical patterns not explicitly given in the rule.
NBT Number and Operations-Base Ten
NBT.C Understand the place-value system.
NBT.C.B.1 Basic students recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in the ones place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right;
NBT.C.P.1 Proficient students recognize that given two different digits in a multi-digit number, one digit can represent a multiple of 10 times the digit to its right, and a multiple of 1/10 the digit to its left;
NBT.C.A.1 Advanced students recognize that given two different digits in a multi-digit number, one digit can represent a multiple of 100 times the digit two places to its right, and a multiple of 1/100 times the digit two places to its left;
NBT.D.P.2 Proficient students determine a whole number quotient of a dividend with up to four digits and a two-digit divisor involving whole numbers, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division;
NF.F.A.1 Advanced students explain how to multiply a fraction by a fraction and divide a unit fraction by a fraction;
NF.F.B.3 Basic students solve for the area of a rectangle with sides represented by a whole number and a fraction by multiplying;
NF.F.P.3 Proficient students solve for the area of a rectangle with fractional side lengths by multiplying and show that tiling a rectangle with unit squares to find the area is the same as multiplying the side lengths of the rectangle;
NF.F.A.2 Advanced students predict the result of multiplying a whole number by a fraction less than one, by a fraction equal to one, or by a fraction greater than one and predict the sizes of the factors based on the product without performing the indicated multiplication;
MD.G Convert like measurement units within a given measurement system.
MD.G.B.1 Basic students convert among different-sized standard measurement units within a given measurement system, given the conversion equivalence and solve one-step mathematical problems requiring one conversion.
MD.G.P.1 Proficient students convert units within a given measurement system requiring one conversion and solve two-step problems in both mathematical and real-world contexts involving these conversions.
MD.G.A.1 Advanced students convert among different-sized standard measurement units within a given measurement system requiring multiple conversions and solve real-world problems with three or more steps involving these conversions.