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CCM6+7+ Unit 2
â€‹Factors and rational numbers
Essential Understandings
Students will understand that…
composite numbers can be broken down into prime factors written in exponential notation
two numbers both share a largest common divisor and a smallest common multiple
every rational number can be written in the form of a fraction, decimal and a percent
integer algorithms apply to operations with rational numbers.
squareandcube roots are the inverse of squaringandcubing a number
any square root or cube root that is not simplified to a whole number is irrational
the approximate value of a square root can be determined by finding the square root of the two closest perfect squares
placement on the number line can be used to order and compare rational numbers
Essential Vocabulary
Essential Questions
How is a factor related to a multiple?
How are fractions, decimals and percents related?
Is it easier to simplify rational expressions as fractions or as decimals?
Why are square roots alwayspositive values, where as cube roots can be positive or negative values?
How do rational numbers apply to the world around us?
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Vertical Alignment
In 5
th
grade students add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and decimals using whole number divisors.
In 5
th
grade students use operations of fractions to solve problems involving information presented in line plots.
Later in this course students will solve equations using operations with rational numbers.
In CCMI students apply rational numbers to the Laws of Exponents.
In CCMI students solve equations arising from linear and quadratic functions, and simple rational and exponential functions.
To determine additional ways to support and enrich student learning, please access the K12 progression here

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