### A: Students use patterns to describe the world and to solve problems; represent algebraic expressions in multiple ways; and, use algebraic and graphical models to generalize patterns, make predictions, and solve problems.

#### A.11: analyse trigonometric identities

A.11.1: graphically

#### A.17: sketch and analyse the graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent functions, for

A.17.1: amplitude, if defined

A.17.2: period

A.17.4: asymptotes, if any

A.17.5: behaviour under transformations

### B: Students perform, analyse, and create transformations of functions and relations that are described by equations or graphs.

#### B.1: describe how vertical and horizontal translations of functions affect graphs and their related equations:

B.1.1: y = f(x − h)

B.1.2: y − k = f(x)

B.2.1: y = af(x)

B.2.2: y = f(kx)

#### B.3: describe how reflections of functions in both axes and in the line y = x affect graphs and their related equations:

B.3.1: y = f(−x)

B.3.2: y = −f(x)

B.3.3: y = f to the −1 power (x)

### C: Students solve problems based on the counting of sets, using techniques such as the fundamental counting principle, permutations, combinations, and combining of simpler probabilities.

#### C.10: solve probability problems involving permutations, combinations, and conditional probability

Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019

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