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Grade 6 - Number

Standard 6.N.1 - Solve multiplication word problems with numbers up to 1000.

Included Skills:

Demonstrate understanding of place value including:

• greater than one million

• less than one thousandth with and without technology.

• Explain, concretely, pictorially, or orally, how numbers larger than one million found in mass media and other contexts are related to one million by referencing place value and/or extending concrete or pictorial representations.

• Change the representation of numbers larger than one million given in decimal and word form to place value form (e.g., $1.8 billion would be changed to $1 800 000 000) and vice versa.

• Explain, concretely, pictorially, or orally, how numbers smaller than one thousandth found in mass media and other contexts are related to one thousandth by referencing place value and/or extending concrete or pictorial representations.

• Explain how the pattern of the place value system (e.g., the repetition of ones, tens, and hundreds), makes it possible to read and write numerals for numbers of any magnitude.

• Solve situational questions involving operations on quantities larger than one million or smaller than one thousandth (with the use of technology).

• Estimate the solution to a situational question, without the use of technology, involving operations on quantities larger than one million or smaller than one thousandth and explain the strategies used to determine the estimate.

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