Pennsylvania: Math [1999]

Current Standard

• 2.3. Measurement and Estimation * (Grades K - 11)*

Standard's Subset

2.3.3.A Compare measurable characteristics of different objects on the same dimensions (e.g., time, temperature, area, length, weight, capacity, perimeter). ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.3.B Determine the measurement of objects with non-standard and standard units (e.g., US customary and metric). ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.3.C Determine and compare elapsed times. ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.3.D Tell time (analog and digital) to the minute. ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.3.E Determine the appropriate unit of measure. ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.3.F Use concrete objects to determine area and perimeter. ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.3.G Estimate and verify measurements. ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.3.H Demonstrate that a single object has different attributes that can be measured in different ways (e.g., length, mass, weight, time, area, temperature, capacity, perimeter). ...more * (Grades K - 3)*

2.3.5.A Select and use appropriate instruments and units for measuring quantities (e.g., perimeter, volume, area, weight, time, temperature). ...more * (Grades 4 - 5)*

2.3.5.B Select and use standard tools to measure the size of figures with specified accuracy, including length, width, perimeter and area. ...more * (Grades 4 - 5)*

2.3.5.C Estimate, refine and verify specified measurements of objects. ...more * (Grades 4 - 5)*

2.3.5.D Convert linear measurements within the same system. ...more * (Grades 4 - 5)*

2.3.5.E Add and subtract measurements. ...more * (Grades 4 - 5)*

2.3.8.A Develop formulas and procedures for determining measurements (e.g., area, volume, distance). ...more * (Grades 6 - 8)*

2.3.8.B Solve rate problems (e.g., rate x time = distance, principal x interest rate = interest). ...more * (Grades 6 - 8)*

2.3.8.C Measure angles in degrees and determine relations of angles. ...more * (Grades 6 - 8)*

2.3.8.D Estimate, use and describe measures of distance, rate, perimeter, area, volume, weight, mass and angles. ...more * (Grades 6 - 8)*

2.3.8.E Describe how a change in linear dimension of an object affects its perimeter, area and volume. ...more * (Grades 6 - 8)*

2.3.8.F Use scale measurements to interpret maps or drawings. ...more * (Grades 6 - 8)*

2.3.8.G Create and use scale models. ...more * (Grades 6 - 8)*

2.3.11.A Select and use appropriate units and tools to measure to the degree of accuracy required in particular measurement situations. ...more * (Grades 9 - 11)*

2.3.11.B Measure and compare angles in degrees and radians. ...more * (Grades 9 - 11)*

2.3.11.C Demonstrate the ability to produce measures with specified levels of precision. ...more * (Grades 9 - 11)*

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- Standard has one or more explicit curriculum alignments
- Standard has one or more CAT-based curriculum alignments
- Standard has one or more SAT-based curriculum alignments

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