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Mathematics A (7th Grade)
MS
CCSS
Blackboard
52037
(52) Mathematics
(037) Mathematics (grade 7)
(G) General or Regular
6th Grade Math
This course focuses on the structure and properties of rational numbers, equivalent representations of numbers, operations and problem solving with rational numbers, number theory, measurement techniques, geometric terminology, properties and relationships, transformational geometry, algebraic thinking, statistical methods for collecting, organizing and displaying data, and an introduction to probability.
This course focuses on the following math concepts: Structure and properties of rational numbers Equivalent representations of numbers Operations and problem solving with rational numbers Number theory Measurement techniques Geometric terminology, properties and relationships Transformational geometry Algebraic thinking Statistical methods for collecting, organizing and displaying data Introductory probability
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