### A: Arithmetic and Algebra

#### A.C: Arithmetic and Algebra Concepts

A.C.1: Algebraic expressions

A.C.1.1: First-degree inequality in two variables

A.C.2: Relation, function and inverse

A.C.2.1: Real function: polynomial of degree less than 3, exponential, periodic, step, piecewise

A.C.3: System

A.C.3.1: System of first-degree equations in two variables

#### A.P: Arithmetic and Algebra Processes

A.P.1: Analyzing situations related to economics (e.g. personal finances), social issues, technical or scientific contexts or everyday life

A.P.1.1: Experimenting with real functions as well as observing, interpreting, describing and graphing them

A.P.1.2: Model a situation

A.P.1.2.a: Representing a situation using a table of values, algebraically in some cases or graphically, with or without the help of technology

A.P.1.2.b: Describing the properties of real functions using a graphical representation: domain, range, intervals within which functions are increasing or decreasing, extrema, sign, x-intercept and y-intercept

A.P.1.4: Interpolating and extrapolating data associated with a given situation, notable by means of a graph or technology (spreadsheet or graphing calculator)

A.P.1.5: Solving system of first-degree equations in two variables (table of values, graphically, comparison, elimination, substitution)

### P: Probability

#### P.C: Probability Concepts

P.C.2: Fairness

P.C.2.b: Mathematical Expectation

#### P.P: Probability Processes

P.P.1: Analyzing probability and making decisions related to the data

P.P.1.1: Distinguishing among theoretical, experimental and subjective probability

P.P.1.3: Approximating and predicting results

P.P.1.4: Calculating and interpreting mathematical expectation

### S: Statistics

#### S.C: Statistics Concepts

S.C.2: Two-variable distribution

S.C.2.1: Linear correlation

S.C.2.1.a: Correlation coefficient

S.C.2.1.b: Regression line

#### S.P: Statistics Processes

S.P.1: Analyzing situations involving one- or two-variable distributions, using appropriate tools, and making decisions related to these situations

S.P.1.1: Organizing and selecting certain tools to collect data related to given population or sample and to present and account for the data

S.P.1.1.a: Constructing data tables, including tables for two-variable distributions

S.P.1.1.b: Drawing graphs: stem-and-leaf plots, scatter plots

S.P.1.1.d: Approximating and interpreting the correlation coefficient

S.P.1.1.e: Representing the regression line using a rule or a graph

### G: Geometry

#### G.C: Geometry Concepts

G.C.1: Analytic geometry

G.C.1.1: Change: distance, slope, point of division

G.C.2: Measurement

G.C.2.1: Relations in triangles: sine, cosine, tangent, sine law, Hero?s formula

#### G.P: Geometry Proccesses

G.P.1: Analyzing situations

G.P.1.1: Creating a graphical or algebraic model and representation of a situation, using a line or half-plane

G.P.1.1.a: Angles of a triangle

G.P.1.1.b: Lengths

G.P.1.1.b.i: Side of a right triangle, altitude relative to the hypotenuse

G.P.1.1.b.ii: Side of a triangle

G.P.1.1.b.iii: Segment located in a Cartesian coordinate system or distance between two points

G.P.1.1.c: Areas