Math 2-5: Number Sentences/Equations/Equivalence – For the Teachers
Math 2-5: Operations and Algebraic Thinking: Represent and Solve Problems:

Number Sequences, Equations and Equivalence

RIT Range: 151-250 Printable Ladder
Learning Continuum Statements:
 RIT 151-160:

  • Determines unknown parts in addition equations with whole numbers, sums within 20
 RIT 161-170:

  • Decomposes whole numbers within 10 in more than one way, using expressions
  • Decomposes whole numbers within 10 in more than one way, using models
  • Determines start or change unknown in subtraction equations with whole numbers within 20
  • Determines unknown parts in addition equations with whole numbers, sums within 20
 RIT 171-180:

  • Decomposes whole numbers within 10 in more than one way, using models
  • Determines start or change unknown in subtraction equations with whole numbers within 20
  • Determines unknown factors in multiplication equations with whole numbers and products within 100
  • Determines unknown parts in addition equations with whole numbers, sums within 20
 RIT 181-190:

  • Decomposes whole numbers within 10 in more than one way, using models
  • Determines start or change unknown in subtraction equations with whole numbers within 20
  • Determines unknown factors in multiplication equations with whole numbers and products within 100
  • Determines unknown parts in addition equations with whole numbers, sums within 20
 RIT 191-200:

  • Determines unknown divisors in division equations with whole numbers and dividends within 100
  • Determines unknown factors in multiplication equations with whole numbers and products within 100
  • Represents subtraction equations with whole numbers as part-unknown addition equations
 RIT 201-210:

  • Determines unknown divisors in division equations with whole numbers and dividends within 100
  • Determines unknown factors in multiplication equations with whole numbers and products within 100
  • Represents division equations with whole numbers as part-unknown multiplication equations
  • Represents subtraction equations with whole numbers as part-unknown addition equations
 RIT 211-220:

  • Represents division equations with whole numbers as part-unknown multiplication equations
  • Solves one-step linear equations with positive rational numbers
  • Writes a one-step linear equation in one variable to represent a real-world or mathematical context
  • Writes and solves a two-step linear equation in one variable involving a real-world or mathematical context
 RIT 221-230:

  • Determines whether a linear equation or inequality is true for a given value of the variable
  • Solves one-step linear equations with positive rational numbers
  • Writes a one-step linear equation in one variable to represent a real-world or mathematical context
  • Writes and solves a two-step linear equation in one variable involving a real-world or mathematical context
 RIT 231-240:

  • Determines whether a linear equation or inequality is true for a given value of the variable
  • Evaluates formulas or linear equations at given values for the variables
  • Solves one-step linear equations with positive rational numbers
  • Writes and solves a two-step linear equation in one variable involving a real-world or mathematical context
 RIT 241-250:

  • Evaluates formulas or linear equations at given values for the variables
  • Solves one-step linear equations with positive rational numbers

 

 

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