Math 2-5: Measurement and Data: Geometric Measurement and Problem Solving:

Volume

RIT Range:
201-270
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Learning Continuum Statements:
 RIT 201-210:

• Determines the volume of figures by counting unit cubes

 RIT 211-220:

• Determines the volume of figures by counting unit cubes
• Determines the volume of rectangular prisms, formula not provided
• Solves problems involving rectangular prisms composed of unit cubes

 RIT 221-230:

• Determines the length, width, or height given the volume of a rectangular prism and two of the dimensions
• Determines the volume of figures by counting unit cubes
• Determines the volume of rectangular prisms, formula not provided
• Determines the volume of rectangular prisms, given the formula
• Identifies units for measuring volume
• Solves problems involving volumes of rectangular prisms within a real-world or mathematical context

 RIT 231-240:

• Determines the length, width, or height given the volume of a rectangular prism and two of the dimensions
• Determines the volume of a rectangular prism given a net shown on a grid
• Determines the volume of figures composed of rectangular prisms
• Determines the volume of rectangular prisms, formula not provided
• Identifies units for measuring volume
• Solves problems involving volumes of rectangular prisms within a real-world or mathematical context

 RIT 241-250:

• Determines the length, width, or height given the volume of a rectangular prism and two of the dimensions
• Determines the volume of figures composed of rectangular prisms
• Solves problems involving volumes of rectangular prisms within a real-world or mathematical context

 RIT 251-260:

• Determines the side length of a cube given the volume
• Determines the volume of figures composed of rectangular prisms
• Solves problems involving volumes of rectangular prisms within a real-world or mathematical context

 RIT 261-270:

• Determines the area of the face of a cube given the volume

 

 

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