- Subchapter B
- Computation and Estimation
- For Grades: 6-8
- Learning Goal 1a
- Find what part one number is of another and express it as a fraction or a percentage.

- Learning Goal 1b
- Find what number is a given percentage of another number.

- Learning Goal 2
- Use, interpret, and compare numbers in several equivalent forms such as integers, fractions, decimals, and percents.

- Learning Goal 3
- Calculate the circumferences and areas of rectangles, triangles, and circles, and the volumes of rectangular solids.

- Learning Goal 4
- Find the mean, median, and mode of a set of data.

- Learning Goal 5
- Estimate distances and travel times from maps and the actual size of objects from scale drawings.

- Learning Goal 6
- Insert instructions into computer spreadsheet cells to program arithmetic calculations.

- Learning Goal 7a
- Use the units of the inputs to a calculation to determine what units (such as seconds, square inches, or dollars per tankful) should be used in expressing an answer.

- Learning Goal 7b
- Convert quantities expressed in one unit of measurement into another unit of measurement when necessary to solve a real-world problem.

- Learning Goal 8
- Decide what degree of precision is adequate and round off the result of calculator operations to enough significant figures to reasonably reflect those of the inputs.

- Learning Goal 9
- Express numbers like 100, 1,000, and 1,000,000 as powers of ten.

- Learning Goal 10
- Estimate probabilities of outcomes in familiar situations on the basis of history or the number of possible outcomes.

- Learning Goal 1a

- For Grades: 6-8

- Computation and Estimation