**OIM.A.1**- Apply algebraic properties to solve problems.**OIM.A.1.1**- Use appropriate strategies to solve one and two-step equations resulting in positive solutions in real world contexts.

**OIM.A.1.2**- Represent inequalities in real world situations.

**OIM.A.1.3**- Use appropriate strategies to solve one and two-step inequalities using whole numbers in real world contexts.

**OIM.A.1.4**- Illustrate the distributive property using area models.

**OIM.A.1.5**- Understand the use of the distributive property and combining like terms to write equivalent algebraic expressions.

**OIM.A.2**- Understand patterns and relationships.**OIM.A.2.1**- Understand the use of the Cartesian Coordinate Plane to graph and identify ordered pairs.

**OIM.A.2.2**- Represent patterns in real world situations using a table, graph, or equation.

**OIM.A.2.3**- Identify the slope given a table, graph, or equation.

**OIM.A.2.4**- Represent the equation of a line in slope-intercept form, given the slope and y-intercept.

**OIM.A.2.5**- Represent a linear equation graphically given the slope and y-intercept.

**OIM.A.2.6**- Represent ordered pairs and linear equations.

**OIM.G.1**- Use properties of two and three-dimensional figures to solve problems.**OIM.G.1.1**- Calculate perimeter of polygons and circumference of circles to solve real world problems.

**OIM.G.1.2**- Calculate areas of polygons and circles to solve real world problems.

**OIM.G.1.3**- Calculate volume of rectangular prisms & cylinders.

**OIM.G.1.4**- Use the square root of the area to identify the length of the side of a square.

**OIM.G.1.5**- Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve real world problems.

**OIM.M.1**- Apply time and measurement skills to solve problems.**OIM.M.1.1**- Use analog and digital clocks to tell time.

**OIM.M.1.2**- Identify regularly scheduled activities based on time.

**OIM.M.1.3**- Use time to solve problems.

**OIM.M.1.4**- Use a calendar to solve problems.

**OIM.M.1.5**- Use standard measurement tools to measure length, capacity, weight, and temperature.

**OIM.N.1**- Understand rational numbers.**OIM.N.1.1**- Compare integers, decimals and fractions.

**OIM.N.1.2**- Identify equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents.

**OIM.N.1.3**- Identify absolute values and opposites.

**OIM.N.1.4**- Use order of operations to simplify numerical expressions.

**OIM.N.1.5**- Identify the greatest common factor and least common multiple.

**OIM.N.1.6**- Use calculators to solve non-negative integer exponential expressions.

**OIM.N.2**- Apply mathematical operations with rational numbers to solve problems.**OIM.N.2.1**- Use calculators to solve real world fraction and mixed number problems.

**OIM.N.2.2**- Use calculators to solve real world decimal problems.

**OIM.N.2.3**- Use calculators to solve real world integer problems.

**OIM.N.2.4**- Use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with calculators to evaluate algebraic expressions.

**OIM.N.3**- Apply ratios, proportions and percents to solve problems.**OIM.N.3.1**- Use standard ratio notation for expressing ratios in part-to-part or a part-to-whole relationship.

**OIM.N.3.2**- Use proportional reasoning to solve real world problems including recipes and unit rates.

**OIM.N.3.3**- Use appropriate strategies to solve percent problems.

**OIM.N.3.4**- Use scale factors and models to solve real world problems.

**OIM.S.1**- Understand data in terms of graphical displays, measures of center and range.**OIM.S.1.1**- Interpret data from circle graphs, bar graphs, pictographs, maps, and scatter plots, in context.

**OIM.S.1.2**- Calculate the mean, median, mode and range of a data set.

**OIM.S.1.3**- Classify type (positive, negative, no relation) of association of data in scatterplots.

**OIM.S.1.4**- Represent trends on scatterplots when appropriate, with a linear model.