Keystone Exams Assessment Anchors and Eligible Content
G.1.1: Properties of Circles, Spheres, and Cylinders
G.1.1.1: Identify and/or use parts of circles and segments associated with circles, spheres, and cylinders.
G.188.8.131.52: Identify, determine, and/or use the radius, diameter, segment, and/or tangent of a circle.
G.184.108.40.206: Identify, determine, and/or use the arcs, semicircles, sectors, and/or angles of a circle.
G.220.127.116.11: Identify and/or use the properties of a sphere or cylinder.
G.1.2: Properties of Polygons and Polyhedra
G.1.2.1: Recognize and/or apply properties of angles, polygons, and polyhedra.
G.18.104.22.168: Identify and/or use properties of triangles.
G.22.214.171.124: Identify and/or use properties of quadrilaterals.
G.126.96.36.199: Identify and/or use properties of isosceles and equilateral triangles.
G.188.8.131.52: Identify and/or use properties of pyramids and prisms.
G.1.3: Congruence, Similarity, and Proofs
G.1.3.1: Use properties of congruence, correspondence, and similarity in problem-solving settings involving two- and three-dimensional figures.
G.184.108.40.206: Identify and/or use properties of congruent and similar polygons or solids.
G.220.127.116.11: Identify and/or use proportional relationships in similar figures.
G.1.3.2: Write formal proofs and/or use logic statements to construct or validate arguments.
G.18.104.22.168: Write, analyze, complete, or identify formal proofs (e.g., direct and/or indirect proofs/proofs by contradiction).
G.2.1: Coordinate Geometry and Right Triangles
G.2.1.1: Solve problems involving right triangles.
G.22.214.171.124: Use the Pythagorean theorem to write and/or solve problems involving right triangles.
G.126.96.36.199: Use trigonometric ratios to write and/or solve problems involving right triangles.
G.2.1.2: Solve problems using analytic geometry.
G.188.8.131.52: Calculate the distance and/or midpoint between two points on a number line or on a coordinate plane.
G.184.108.40.206: Relate slope to perpendicularity and/or parallelism (limit to linear algebraic equations).
G.2.2: Measurements of Two-Dimensional Shapes and Figures
G.2.2.1: Use and/or compare measurements of angles.
G.220.127.116.11: Use properties of angles formed by intersecting lines to find the measures of missing angles.
G.18.104.22.168: Use properties of angles formed when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal to find the measures of missing angles.
G.2.2.2: Use and/or develop procedures to determine or describe measures of perimeter, circumference, and/or area. (May require conversions within the same system.)
G.22.214.171.124: Find the measurement of a missing length, given the perimeter, circumference, or area.
G.126.96.36.199: Find the side lengths of a polygon with a given perimeter to maximize the area of the polygon.
G.2.2.3: Describe how a change in one dimension of a two-dimensional figure affects other measurements of that figure.
G.188.8.131.52: Describe how a change in the linear dimension of a figure affects its perimeter, circumference, and area (e.g., How does changing the length of the radius of a circle affect the circumference of the circle?).
G.2.2.4: Apply probability to practical situations.
G.184.108.40.206: Use area models to find probabilities.
G.2.3: Measurements of Three-Dimensional Shapes and Figures
G.2.3.1: Use and/or develop procedures to determine or describe measures of surface area and/or volume. (May require conversions within the same system.)
G.220.127.116.11: Calculate the surface area of prisms, cylinders, cones, pyramids, and/or spheres. Formulas are provided on a reference sheet.
G.18.104.22.168: Calculate the volume of prisms, cylinders, cones, pyramids, and/or spheres. Formulas are provided on a reference sheet.
G.22.214.171.124: Find the measurement of a missing length given the surface area or volume.
G.2.3.2: Describe how a change in one dimension of a three-dimensional figure affects other measurements of that figure.
G.126.96.36.199: Describe how a change in the linear dimension of a figure affects its surface area or volume (e.g., How does changing the length of the edge of a cube affect the volume of the cube?).
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018