-Solve problems in single or separate compounds that apply relationships between units of magnitude depending on the level of difficulty of conversion raised at the beginning of this second level in this component. “Solving problems in the use of the modeling analysis for the solution of it. -Solve problems where applied compounds dependent relations between units of magnitude. – Solve problems using scale conversion of data expressed as a single unit magnitude data expressed in several units and vice versa. Develop problem-dependent or partially dependent compounds which implement the conversion. T Read data directly from tables, pictographs, bar graphs and pie charts. and calculating the average, median, mode and range of a group of data represent data using tables, pictograms and bar charts. Compare and match different representations of the same data.
Organize a group data for one feature (eg, height, color, age, shape). Includes questions that require students to think, analyze, display and interpret data using a variety of graphics. These include: drawings, marks, tables, charts, bar graphs. identify training sequences and patterns by inspection Identify sequences and patterns of training where you need to know that relationship is reflected and the sequence involves no more than three items identify training sequences and patterns which show relationships with more than three elements. Spelling Recognition of the concepts of grammar, spelling and text typology. Establishing relationships between concepts. Means more thinking and able to assume a position in a situation.