**1**To describe situations, from data found in tables.**2**To characterize measurement, expenses, consumption, and comparison situations, among others, through the analysis of data tables.**2.1**Determine unknown values in tables representing measurement situations, costs, consumption, and comparisons.**2.2**Determine relations among the variables represented in a data table.**2.3**Conjecture about the general expression that relates the variables presented in a data table.**2.4**Verify the mentioned conjectures, through individual cases.

**3**To characterize mathematical situations, through the analysis of data tables.**3.1**Determine unknown values in tables representing situations that involve geometry, arithmetic, number theory, probability, and statistics.

**4**To translate data tables to graphs.**4.1**Relate the variables presented in the tables with the Cartesian axes.**4.2**Determine the unit to be used in each of the axes, from the interpretation of the table.**4.3**Represent the points determined by the table on the graph.**4.4**Make a graph that models a given situation.

**5**To check if the listener understands what you say in a conversation.**5.1**Use gerund forms as nouns in sentences related to the studied topics.

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