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Year 7 - Developing numerical reasoning
Standard 7.REI.1.3 - Round the numbers in an equation to a specified place value then evaluate.
Review • Learners are able to: - select and apply appropriate checking strategies - interpret answers within the context of the problem and consider whether answers, including calculator, analogue and digital displays, are sensible - verify and justify results or solutions, including discussion on risk and chance where relevant - interpret mathematical information; draw inferences from graphs, diagrams and data, including discussion on limitations of data - draw conclusions from data and recognise that some conclusions may be misleading or uncertain - justify numerical and algebraic results, making appropriate connections - explain and justify strategies, methods, reasoning and conclusions in a variety of different ways, including orally, graphically, in writing (both in mathematical notation and without), and using appropriate digital literacy equipment - appreciate the difference between mathematical explanation and experimental evidence; recognise inconsistencies and bias