M1.4.1: Read, write, model, order, and define real numbers and subsets.

M1.4.2: Add in a different base system.

M1.4.4: Translate between equivalent representations of the same exponential expression.

M2.4.1: Evaluate measurements for accuracy, precision, and error with respect to the measuring tools, methods, and the computational process.

M2.4.4: Use indirect methods, including the Pythagorean Theorem and right triangle trigonometry, to find missing dimensions.

M3.4.5: Use ratios and proportions to model and solve fraction and percent problems with variables.

M4.4.1: Identify, graph, and describe the graphs of basic families of functions including linear, absolute value, quadratic, and exponential using a graphing calculator.

M4.4.2: Create and solve linear and quadratic equations and inequalities.

M4.4.3: Create and solve simple systems of equations, algebraically and graphically, using a graphing calculator.

M4.4.4: Use discrete structures, such as networks, matrices, sequences, and iterations as tools to analyze patterns, expressions, and equations.

M4.4.5: Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify rational expressions; add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.

M5.4.1: Identify and use the properties of polygons, including interior and exterior angles, and circles (including angles, arcs, chord, secants, and tangents) to solve problems.

M5.4.2: Create 2-dimensional representations of 3-dimensional objects.

M5.4.3: Identify congruent and similar figures using Euclidean and coordinate geometries; apply this information to solve problems.

M5.4.4: Use transformations to demonstrate geometric properties.

M5.4.5: Use coordinate geometry to graph linear equations, determine slopes of lines, identify parallel and perpendicular lines, and to find possible solutions to sets of equations.

M5.4.6: Construct geometric models, transformations, and scale drawings using a variety of methods including paper folding, compass, straight edge, protractor, and technology.

M6.4.3: Describe data, selecting measures of central tendencies and distribution, to convey information in the data.

M6.4.4: Analyze the validity of statistical conclusions and the use, misuse, and abuse of data caused by a wide variety of factors including choices of scale, inappropriate choices of measures of center, incorrect curve fitting, and inappropriate uses of controls or sample groups.

M6.4.5: Analyze data from multiple events and predict theoretical probability; find and compare experimental and theoretical probability for a simple situation, discussing possible differences between two results.

M6.4.6: Design, conduct, analyze, and communicate the results of multi-stage probability experiments.

Correlation last revised: 3/24/2010

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