SBS:Life Skills Math 3
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Life Skills Math 3
Measurement Topic Attributes of two- and three-dimensional objects are measurable and can be quantified
MA.10E.H44.E1.04 Explore the relationship between the volume of a cylinder and a cone or a rectangular prism and a pyramid
MA.10E.H44.E2.04 Explore the two dimensional nets that correspond to three dimensional solids.
MA.10E.H44.E3.04 Identify the shapes that correspond to the faces of three dimensional solids.
Measurement Topic: Concepts of similarity are foundational to geometry and its applications
MA.10E.H42.E1.04 Classify regular polygons (no more than 5 sides) according to their similarities.
MA.10E.H42.E2.04 Describe the properties of right triangles.
MA.10E.H42.E3.04 Demonstrate the similarities of equilateral triangles and squares using 2-D shapes.
MA.10E.H42.E4.04 Identify right angles in the environment.
MA.10E.H42.E5.04 Compare angles and side lengths in a triangle.
MA.10E.H42.E6.04 Demonstrate the longest chord of the circle is the diameter (center point of circle provided).
Measurement Topic: The complex number system includes real numbers and imaginary numbers
MA.10E.H11.E1.04 Add or subtract decimals using manipulatives/tools.
MA.10E.H11.E2.04 Compute simple mathematical problems using the associative and commutative properties with whole numbers.
MA.10E.H11.E3.04 Solve whole number math problems using order of operations using calculator.
MA.10E.H11.E4.04 Solve simple equations that involve multiplication and addition of one (e.g. 2 * ? + 1 = 11) where the sum is less than twenty.