AII.1.b: Compute with rational and radical expressions and complex numbers, expressing in simplest form.
AII.1.c: Evaluate powers of the imaginary unit, i.
AII.1.d: Perform computations, including addition, scalar multiplication, multiplication, determinants, and inverses on matrices.
AII.1.e: Solve applications and problems in mathematical settings involving arithmetic and geometric sequences and series.
AII.1.f: Explain and use the inverse relationship between exponential and logarithmic expressions.
AII.1.h: Solve application problems involving exponential functions related to growth and decay.
AII.2.a: Solve compound and absolute value inequalities, graphing and writing solutions in interval notation.
AII.2.c: Given constraints, find the maximum and minimum value(s) of a system of linear inequalities and explain your reasoning.
AII.2.f: Factor sums and differences of cubes and factor polynomials by grouping.
AII.2.g: Solve radical equations.
AII.2.l: Interpret the zeros and maximum or minimum value(s) of quadratic functions.
AII.3.a: Determine and justify whether the inverse of a relation or a function exists.
AII.3.b: Classify functions based on sketches of their graphs.
AII.3.c: Sketch and describe transformations of quadratic and absolute value functions.
AII.3.d: Represent complex numbers and the sum of complex numbers in a complex coordinate plane.
AII.5.a: Through the use of technology, use scatter plots and linear and quadratic regression analysis to determine an appropriate function to model real-life data.
AII.5.c: Model a data set using the median-fit-method with a linear equation and make predictions based on the model and the equation.
AII.5.d: Identify the difference between permutations and combinations and use them to solve real-world problems.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018