• Math Overview 9-12

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    Instructional time

    should focus on:

    Algebra I

    Five critical areas:  (1) Relationships Between Quantities and Reasoning with Equations, (2) Linear and Exponential Relationships, (3) Descriptive Statistics, (4) Expressions and Equations, (5)  Quadratic Functions and Modeling


    Five critical areas:  (1) Congruence, Proof and Constructions, (2) Similarity, Proof, and Trigonometry, (3) Extending to Three Dimensions, (4) Connecting Algebra and Geometry through Coordinates, (5) Circles with and without Coordinates

    Algebra II

    Five critical areas:   (1) Polynomial, Rational, and Radical Relationships, (2) Introduction to Trigonometric Functions, (3) Modeling with Functions, (4) Applications of Probability, (5) Inferences and Conclusions from Data 


    Five critical areas:  (1) Matrices and Analysis of Functions, (2) Rational Functions, (3) Inverse Functions, (4) Trigonometric Functions and Applications, (5) Coordinate Systems and Conic Sections