10.M.1: Number and Operation
10.M.1.1: Understand and use numbers.
10.M.1.1.1: Apply properties of rational numbers.
10.M.1.1.2: Use positive and negative numbers, absolute value, fractions, decimals, percentages, and scientific notation, including application in real world situations.
10.M.1.1.4: Identify exact and approximate roots without simplification.
10.M.1.1.5: Solve problems using number theory concepts (factors, multiples, primes).
10.M.1.2: Perform computations accurately.
10.M.1.2.1: Use the order of operations and perform operations with rational numbers.
10.M.2: Concepts and Principles of Measurement
10.M.2.1: Understand and use U.S. customary and metric measurements.
10.M.2.1.1: Given the formulas, find the circumference, perimeter, or area of triangles, circles, and quadrilaterals, the volume of spheres, nonoblique prisms, cylinders, and cones, and the surface area of spheres, non-oblique prisms, cylinders, and right square-based pyramids.
10.M.2.1.2: Solve problems involving circumference, perimeter, or area of triangles, circles, and rectangles.
10.M.2.2: Apply the concepts of rates, ratios, and proportions.
10.M.2.2.1: Use rates, ratios, proportions, map scales, and scale factors (one- and two-dimensional) in problem-solving situations.
10.M.2.2.2: Apply concepts of rates and direct and indirect measurements.
10.M.3: Concepts and Language of Algebra and Functions
10.M.3.1: Use algebraic symbolism as a tool to represent mathematical relationships.
10.M.3.1.1: Represent mathematical relationships using variables, expressions, linear equations and inequalities.
10.M.3.2: Evaluate algebraic expressions.
10.M.3.2.1: Use appropriate procedures for manipulating and simplifying algebraic expressions involving variables, integers, and rational numbers.
10.M.3.3: Solve algebraic equations and inequalities.
10.M.3.3.2: Differentiate between linear and nonlinear equations and graphs.
10.M.3.4: Understand the concept of functions.
10.M.3.4.1: Use appropriate procedures to solve linear systems of equations involving two variables; such as x + y = 7 and 2x + 3y = 21.
10.M.3.5: Represent equations, inequalities and functions in a variety of formats.
10.M.3.5.1: Given graphs, charts, ordered pairs, mappings, or equations, determine whether a relation is a function.
10.M.3.5.3: Given a function, identify domain and range.
10.M.3.6: Apply functions to a variety of problems.
10.M.3.6.1: Model and solve real-world phenomena using multistep, first degree, single variable equations and inequalities, linear equations, and twovariable linear systems of equations.
10.M.3.6.2: Use graphs and sequences to represent and solve problems.
10.M.4: Concepts and Principles of Geometry
10.M.4.1: Apply concepts of size, shape, and spatial relationships.
10.M.4.1.1: Recognize and apply congruency and similarity of two-dimensional figures.
10.M.4.1.2: Recognize and use similarity as it relates to size variations in two- and three-dimensional objects.
10.M.4.3: Apply graphing in two dimensions.
10.M.4.3.1: Identify attributes of the Cartesian Coordinate System, such as quadrants, origin, and axes.
10.M.4.3.2: Graph scatter plots and identify informal trend lines (e.g., eyeball fit lines).
10.M.4.3.3: Identify positive and negative correlations.
10.M.4.4: Represent and graph linear relationships.
10.M.4.4.1: Create graphs and equations for linear relationships.
10.M.4.4.2: Represent linear relationships using tables, graphs, and mathematical symbols.
10.M.4.4.3: Interpret attributes of linear relationships such as slope, rate of change, and intercepts.
10.M.4.5: Use reasoning skills.
10.M.4.5.1: Use logic to make and evaluate mathematical arguments.
10.M.5: Data Analysis, Probability, and Statistics
10.M.5.1: Understand data analysis.
10.M.5.1.1: Analyze and interpret tables, charts, and graphs, including scatter plots, multiple broken line graphs, and box-and-whisker plots.
10.M.5.2: Collect, organize, and display data.
10.M.5.2.1: Collect, organize, and display data in tables, charts, and graphs.
10.M.5.3: Apply simple statistical measurements.
10.M.5.3.1: Interpret and use basic statistical concepts, including mean, median, mode, range, and distribution of data, including outliers.
10.M.5.4: Understand basic concepts of probability.
10.M.5.4.1: Find probabilities based on dependent, independent, and compound events.
10.M.5.4.2: Contrast experimental and theoretical probability.
10.M.5.5: Make predictions or decisions based on data.
10.M.5.5.1: Make predictions based on randomness, chance, equally likely events, and probability.
10.M.5.5.2: Use appropriate tools/technology to conduct simulations and employ graphical models to make predictions or decisions based on data.
10.M.5.5.3: Design, conduct, and interpret results of statistical experiments.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018