### A: Algebra

#### A.C: Algebra Concepts

A.C.1: Relation, function and inverse

A.C.1.1: Real function: exponential and logarithmic, second-degree polynomial (general, standard and factored forms) and square root, sinusoidal, tangent, greatest integer, rational (standard form and f(x) = (ax+b)/(cx+d) where a,b,c,d are real and cx+d not equal to 0)

A.C.1.2: Additive parameter

A.C.1.3: Operation on functions

A.C.2: System

A.C.2.1: System of first-degree inequalities in two variables

#### A.P: Algebra Processes

A.P.2: Analyzing situations involving real functions (functions covered in Secondary Cycle Two)

A.P.2.1: Experimenting with concrete situations as well as observing, interpreting, describing and representing them using different registers of representation

A.P.2.3: Solving second-degree, square root and rational equations and inequalities in one variable

A.P.3: Optimizing situations that can be represented by a system of first-degree inequalities in two variables

A.P.3.1: Representing and interpreting the constraints and the function to be optimized

A.P.3.2: Determining and interpreting the feasible region (bounded or unbounded) and the vertices

A.P.3.3: Analyzing and interpreting an optimal solution depending on the context

### G: Geometry

#### G.C: Geometry Concepts

G.C.1: Equivalent figures (area, volume, capacity)

G.C.2: Analytic geometry

G.C.2.1: Geometric locus and relative position

G.C.2.1.i: Plane loci involving lines or circles only, and conics

G.C.2.2: Standard unit circle

G.C.2.2.ii: Trigonometric identity

G.C.2.3: Vector

G.C.2.3.i: Resultant, projection, operation

G.C.3: Measurement

G.C.3.2: Metric relations in circles

#### G.P: Geometry Processes

G.P.1: Manipulating simple trigonometric expressions by using definitions (sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant, cotangent), Pythgorean identities as well as the properties of periodicity and symmetry

G.P.2: Analyzing situations

G.P.2.1: Describing, representing and constructing geometric loci with or without the help of technology

G.P.2.2: Defining and representing a geometric transformation using an algebraic rule of a matrix

G.P.2.3: Modelling and optimizing situations involving the concepts of vector, distance, geometric locus, measure or equivalent figures

G.P.2.4: Finding unknown measurements using the properties of figures and relations

G.P.2.4.ii: Segment, chord, arc or angle in triangles or circles

Correlation last revised: 2/26/2010

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