### A: Arithmetic and Algebra

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

A.C.1: Arithmetic and algebraic expressions

A.C.1.1: Real numbers

A.C.1.2: First-degree inequality in two variables

A.C.2: Relation, function and inverse

A.C.2.1: Real function:

A.C.2.1.a: Second-degree polynomial (parameters a and b)

A.C.2.1.b: Exponential (parameters a and b)

A.C.2.1.d: Periodic

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: Manipulating numerical and algebraic expressions

A.P.1.4: Graphing first-degree inequalities in two variables and checking the feasible region

A.P.2: Analyzing situations

A.P.2.1: Experimenting with concrete situations; observing, interpreting, describing and graphing them

A.P.2.2: Modelling a situation using different registers of representation: verbal, algebraic, graphical and a table of values

A.P.2.2.a: Describing the properties of a function

A.P.2.2.c: Interpreting and graphing the inverse of second-degree, exponential and greatest integer functions

A.P.2.3: Solving exponential and second-degree equations and inequalities

A.P.2.4: Comparing situations and distinguishing between families of functions

A.P.2.5: Solving systems of first-degree equations in two variables

### P: Probability and Statistics

#### P.C: Probability and Statistics Concepts

P.C.1: Conditional Probability

P.C.2: Fairness

P.C.2.2: Mathematical expectation

P.C.4: Two-variable distribution

P.C.4.1: Linear and other types of correlation

P.C.4.1.a: Correlation coefficient

P.C.4.1.b: Regression line and curves related to the functional models under study

#### P.P: Probability and Statistics Processes

P.P.1: Interpreting probability data and making decisions concerning the data

P.P.1.1: Representing and calculating conditional probability

P.P.1.1.a: Distinguishing among mutually exclusive, non-mutually exclusive, independent and dependent events

P.P.1.5: Changing the value of parameters or conditions to optimize a gain or a loss, depending on the objectives

P.P.2: Analyzing statistical data dealing with one- or two-variable distributions and making decisions concerning the data

P.P.2.1: Organizing and choosing appropriate tools to present and explain the data:

P.P.2.1.a: Constructing and interpreting data tables for one- or two-variable distributions

P.P.2.1.b: Drawing graphs and scatter plots

P.P.2.2: Interpreting and describing the relationship between two variables

P.P.2.3: Giving a qualitative appraisal of a correlation (strong, moderate, weak, zero) and a quantitative appraisal in the case of a linear correlation

P.P.2.3.a: Approximating the linear correlation coefficient

P.P.2.4: Comparing distributions

P.P.2.5: Describing and critically examining a statistical study

P.P.4: Anticipating (predicting, forecasting) and interpreting statistical or probability results and trends

### G: Geometry

#### G.C: Geometry Concepts

G.C.1: Analytic geometry

G.C.1.1: Distance between two points

G.C.1.3: Straight line

G.C.1.3.a: Equation of a straight line

G.C.1.3.b: Slope

G.C.2: Measurement

G.C.2.1: Metric relations and trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, tangent) in right triangles

#### G.P: Geometry Processes

G.P.1: Analyzing situations

G.P.1.3: Segments in different figures

G.P.1.4: Side of a triangle

Correlation last revised: 2/12/2010

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