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State: Texas Grades: 9-12 Content: Mathematics Standard Correlation Date: 9/03 Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes independent and (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on dependent quantities in functional MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 another and can be described in a variety of relationships. ways. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes independent and (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on dependent quantities in functional MX109-02 Form and Function 9 another and can be described in a variety of relationships. ways. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student gathers and records data, or Concepts in Discrete (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on uses data sets, to determine functional MX67-01 9 Mathematics another and can be described in a variety of (systematic) relationships between ways. Following are performance descriptions. quantities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student gathers and records data, or (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on uses data sets, to determine functional MX67-02 Sets 9 another and can be described in a variety of (systematic) relationships between ways. Following are performance descriptions. quantities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student gathers and records data, or Induction, Iteration, and (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on uses data sets, to determine functional MX67-03 9 Recurrence another and can be described in a variety of (systematic) relationships between ways. Following are performance descriptions. quantities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student gathers and records data, or Make Mathematical (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on uses data sets, to determine functional MX67-04 9 Models another and can be described in a variety of (systematic) relationships between ways. Following are performance descriptions. quantities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes functional (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on relationships for given problem situations Add or Subtract MX11-01 9 another and can be described in a variety of and writes equations or inequalities to Quantities to Inequalities ways. Following are performance descriptions. answer questions arising from the situations. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes functional (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on relationships for given problem situations Multiply or Divide an MX11-02 9 another and can be described in a variety of and writes equations or inequalities to Inequality ways. Following are performance descriptions. answer questions arising from the situations. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes functional Find the Product of Two (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on relationships for given problem situations MX11-03 Numbers or Expressions 9 another and can be described in a variety of and writes equations or inequalities to in Inequalities ways. Following are performance descriptions. answer questions arising from the situations. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes functional (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on relationships for given problem situations Solve Linear Inequalities MX11-04 9 another and can be described in a variety of and writes equations or inequalities to in One Unknown ways. Following are performance descriptions. answer questions arising from the situations. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes functional Solve Higher Order (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on relationships for given problem situations MX11-05 Inequalities in One 9 another and can be described in a variety of and writes equations or inequalities to Unknown ways. Following are performance descriptions. answer questions arising from the situations. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes functional (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on relationships for given problem situations Use Inequalities to MX11-06 9 another and can be described in a variety of and writes equations or inequalities to Compare Fractions ways. Following are performance descriptions. answer questions arising from the situations. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student describes functional (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on relationships for given problem situations PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 another and can be described in a variety of and writes equations or inequalities to ways. Following are performance descriptions. answer questions arising from the situations. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student represents relationships (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on among quantities using concrete models, Add or Subtract MX11-01 9 another and can be described in a variety of tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal Quantities to Inequalities ways. Following are performance descriptions. descriptions, equations, and inequalities. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student represents relationships (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on among quantities using concrete models, Multiply or Divide an MX11-02 9 another and can be described in a variety of tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal Inequality ways. Following are performance descriptions. descriptions, equations, and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student represents relationships Find the Product of Two (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on among quantities using concrete models, MX11-03 Numbers or Expressions 9 another and can be described in a variety of tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal in Inequalities ways. Following are performance descriptions. descriptions, equations, and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student represents relationships (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on among quantities using concrete models, Solve Linear Inequalities MX11-04 9 another and can be described in a variety of tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal in One Unknown ways. Following are performance descriptions. descriptions, equations, and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student represents relationships Solve Higher Order (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on among quantities using concrete models, MX11-05 Inequalities in One 9 another and can be described in a variety of tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal Unknown ways. Following are performance descriptions. descriptions, equations, and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student represents relationships (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on among quantities using concrete models, Use Inequalities to MX11-06 9 another and can be described in a variety of tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal Compare Fractions ways. Following are performance descriptions. descriptions, equations, and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that a function the student represents relationships (One Credit). represents a dependence of one quantity on among quantities using concrete models, PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 another and can be described in a variety of tables, graphs, diagrams, verbal ways. Following are performance descriptions. descriptions, equations, and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I the student interprets and makes MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 (One Credit). inferences from functional relationships. 111.32. Algebra I The student uses the properties and attributes of the student interprets and makes MX109-02 Form and Function 9 (One Credit). functions. Following are performance inferences from functional relationships. descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student uses the properties and attributes of the student identifies and sketches the Solve Systems of Linear MX55-01 9 (One Credit). functions. Following are performance general forms of linear (y = x) and Equations Algebraically descriptions. quadratic (y = x2) parent functions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student uses the properties and attributes of the student identifies and sketches the Solve Systems of Linear MX55-02 9 (One Credit). functions. Following are performance general forms of linear (y = x) and Equations Graphically descriptions. quadratic (y = x2) parent functions. 111.32. Algebra I The student uses the properties and attributes of the student identifies and sketches the MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 (One Credit). functions. Following are performance general forms of linear (y = x) and descriptions. quadratic (y = x2) parent functions. 111.32. Algebra I The student uses the properties and attributes of the student identifies and sketches the MX109-02 Form and Function 9 (One Credit). functions. Following are performance general forms of linear (y = x) and descriptions. quadratic (y = x2) parent functions. 111.32. Algebra I The student uses the properties and attributes of the student identifies and sketches the PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 (One Credit). functions. Following are performance general forms of linear (y = x) and descriptions. quadratic (y = x2) parent functions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands how algebra can be in solving problems, the student collects (One Credit). used to express generalizations and recognizes and organizes data, makes and interprets Understand Scatter plot MX111-01 9 and uses the power of symbols to represent scatterplots, and models, predicts, and Data situations. Following are performance makes decisions and critical judgments. descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands how algebra can be the student uses symbols to represent (One Credit). used to express generalizations and recognizes unknowns and variables. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 and uses the power of symbols to represent situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the given situations, the student looks for (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to patterns and represents generalizations solve problems and uses the necessary algebraically. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-01 Transitivity 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Add or Subtract the solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-02 Same Number in 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. Equations expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Multiply or Divide by the solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-03 Same Number in 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. Equations expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-04 Commutativity 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Algebraic Sums of solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Multiply or Divide Signed solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-07 9 Numbers algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Associative and solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Solve Equations by solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX09-01 9 Substitution algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Solve Linear Equations solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX09-02 9 With One Unknown algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Solve Quadratic solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX09-03 9 Equations algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Solve Equations With solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, Use a Solution of One solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. Another expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, General Quadratic solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. Formula expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and MX109-02 Form and Function 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student finds specific function values, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to simplifies polynomial expressions, solve problems and uses the necessary transforms and solves equations, and PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic factors as necessary in problem situations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-01 Transitivity 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Add or Subtract the solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-02 Same Number in 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Equations expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Multiply or Divide by the solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-03 Same Number in 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Equations expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-04 Commutativity 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Algebraic Sums of solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Multiply or Divide Signed solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-07 9 Numbers algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Associative and solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Solve Equations by solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX09-01 9 Substitution algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Solve Linear Equations solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Solve Quadratic solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX09-03 9 Equations algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Solve Equations With solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Use a Solution of One solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Another expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to General Quadratic solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Formula expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Cancel Out Numbers or solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX01-01 9 Expressions algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Translate Words into solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX02-01 9 Math algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX03-01 Use What You Know 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX07-01 Plug in a Number 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Simplify to Avoid Tedious solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX12-01 9 Calculations algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX14-01 Eliminate Choices 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Recognize Relevant solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX15-01 9 Information algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Change to Equivalent solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX41-01 9 Forms algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Check Your Answers, solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX42-01 9 Not Your Equations algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Distribute All The Way solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX43-01 9 Through algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Round Off and solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX37-01 9 Guesstimate algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to Use Your Calculator solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX37-02 9 Sparingly algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX37-03 Show Your Work 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the the student uses the commutative, (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to associative, and distributive properties to solve problems and uses the necessary simplify algebraic expressions. PX37-04 Check Backwards 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the importance of the near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). skills required to manipulate symbols in order to performance descriptions. solve problems and uses the necessary 9 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. F 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX06-01 Transitivity 9 translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and Add or Subtract the (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX06-02 Same Number in 9 translates among their various representations. Equations Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and Multiply or Divide by the (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX06-03 Same Number in 9 translates among their various representations. Equations Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX06-04 Commutativity 9 translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. Algebraic Sums of MX06-06 9 translates among their various representations. Signed Numbers Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. Multiply or Divide Signed MX06-07 9 translates among their various representations. Numbers Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. Associative and MX06-08 9 translates among their various representations. Distributive Properties Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. Solve Systems of Linear MX55-01 9 translates among their various representations. Equations Algebraically Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. Solve Systems of Linear MX55-02 9 translates among their various representations. Equations Graphically Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions near functions: knowledge and skills and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and performance descriptions. MX109-02 Form and Function 9 translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions the student determines the domain and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and range values for which linear functions Solve Systems of Linear MX55-01 9 translates among their various representations. make sense for given situations. Equations Algebraically Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions the student determines the domain and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and range values for which linear functions Solve Systems of Linear MX55-02 9 translates among their various representations. make sense for given situations. Equations Graphically Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions the student determines the domain and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and range values for which linear functions MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 translates among their various representations. make sense for given situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions the student determines the domain and (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and range values for which linear functions MX109-02 Form and Function 9 translates among their various representations. make sense for given situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions the student translates among and uses (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and algebraic, tabular, graphical, or verbal Solve Systems of Linear MX55-01 9 translates among their various representations. descriptions of linear functions. Equations Algebraically Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions the student translates among and uses (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and algebraic, tabular, graphical, or verbal Solve Systems of Linear MX55-02 9 translates among their various representations. descriptions of linear functions. Equations Graphically Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that linear functions the student translates among and uses (One Credit). can be represented in different ways and algebraic, tabular, graphical, or verbal MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 translates among their various representations. descriptions of linear functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student translates among and uses (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and algebraic, tabular, graphical, or verbal interprets and describes the effects of changes descriptions of linear functions. MX109-02 Form and Function 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-01 Number Lines 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-02 Definitions 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes Distance Between Two interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-03 9 Points in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes Determine the Midpoint interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-04 9 of a Line Segment in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Line 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-06 The Y-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-07 The X-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student develops the concept of slope (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and as rate of change and determines slopes interprets and describes the effects of changes from graphs, tables, and algebraic MX13-08 Find the Slope 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world representations. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-01 Number Lines 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-02 Definitions 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using Distance Between Two interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-03 9 Points in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using Determine the Midpoint interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-04 9 of a Line Segment in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Line 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-06 The Y-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-07 The X-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets the meaning of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and slope and intercepts in situations using interprets and describes the effects of changes data, symbolic representations, or graphs. MX13-08 Find the Slope 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and predicts the effects of changes in m and b interprets and describes the effects of changes on the graph of y = mx + b. 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-01 Number Lines 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-02 Definitions 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two Distance Between Two interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-03 9 Points in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two Determine the Midpoint interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-04 9 of a Line Segment in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Line 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-06 The Y-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-07 The X-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student graphs and writes equations of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and lines given characteristics such as two interprets and describes the effects of changes points, a point and a slope, or a slope and MX13-08 Find the Slope 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world y-intercept. and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-01 Number Lines 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-02 Definitions 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and Distance Between Two interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-03 9 Points in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and Determine the Midpoint interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-04 9 of a Line Segment in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Line 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-06 The Y-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-07 The X-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX13-08 Find the Slope 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student determines the intercepts of (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions from graphs, tables, and interprets and describes the effects of changes algebraic representations. MX109-02 Form and Function 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-01 Number Lines 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-02 Definitions 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept Distance Between Two interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-03 9 Points in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept Determine the Midpoint interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-04 9 of a Line Segment in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Line 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-06 The Y-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-07 The X-Intercept 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student interprets and predicts the (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and effects of changing slope and y-intercept interprets and describes the effects of changes in applied situations. MX13-08 Find the Slope 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX03-01 Ratios 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX03-02 Ratio Variations 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX03-03 Proportions 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX03-04 Conversion of Units 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems General Quadratic interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world Formula and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems Solve Systems of Linear interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX55-01 9 Equations Algebraically in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems Solve Systems of Linear interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX55-02 9 Equations Graphically in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX109-02 Form and Function 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX110-01 Change a Dimension 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands the meaning of the the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). slope and intercepts of linear functions and linear functions and solves problems interprets and describes the effects of changes involving proportional change. MX110-02 Change a Variable 9 in parameters of linear functions in real-world and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student relates direct variation to (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and solves problems variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes involving proportional change. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-01 Transitivity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Add or Subtract the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-02 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Multiply or Divide by the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-03 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-04 Commutativity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Algebraic Sums of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Multiply or Divide Signed variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-07 9 Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Associative and variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Solve Equations by variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX09-01 9 Substitution the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Solve Linear Equations variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX09-02 9 With One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Solve Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX09-03 9 Equations the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Solve Equations With variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Use a Solution of One variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. Another are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear General Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. Formula are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX55-01 9 Equations Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX55-02 9 Equations Graphically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve MX109-02 Form and Function 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a linear functions and formulates linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes equations or inequalities to solve PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following problems. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-01 Transitivity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Add or Subtract the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-02 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, Equations are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Multiply or Divide by the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-03 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, Equations are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-04 Commutativity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Algebraic Sums of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Multiply or Divide Signed variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-07 9 Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Associative and variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Solve Equations by variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX09-01 9 Substitution the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Solve Linear Equations variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX09-02 9 With One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Solve Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX09-03 9 Equations the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Solve Equations With variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities Use a Solution of One variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, Another are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities General Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, Formula are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and the student investigates methods for (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a solving linear equations and inequalities variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes using concrete models, graphs, and the PX40-01 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following properties of equality, selects a method, are performance descriptions. and solves the equations and inequalities. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-01 Transitivity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Add or Subtract the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-02 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Multiply or Divide by the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-03 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-04 Commutativity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Algebraic Sums of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Multiply or Divide Signed variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-07 9 Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Associative and variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Equations by variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX09-01 9 Substitution the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Linear Equations variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX09-02 9 With One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX09-03 9 Equations the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Equations With variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Use a Solution of One variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. Another are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of General Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. Formula are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX55-01 9 Equations Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). inequalities based on linear functions, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and MX55-02 9 Equations Graphically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to linear equations and PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-01 Transitivity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Add or Subtract the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-02 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Multiply or Divide by the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-03 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-04 Commutativity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Algebraic Sums of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Multiply or Divide Signed variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-07 9 Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Associative and variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Solve Equations by variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX09-01 9 Substitution the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Solve Linear Equations variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Solve Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX09-03 9 Equations the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Solve Equations With variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Use a Solution of One variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Another are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to General Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Formula are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX55-01 9 Equations Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. MX55-02 9 Equations Graphically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student analyzes situations and (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of linear equations to variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solve problems. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-01 Transitivity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Add or Subtract the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-02 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Multiply or Divide by the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-03 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-04 Commutativity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Algebraic Sums of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Multiply or Divide Signed variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-07 9 Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Associative and variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Solve Equations by variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX09-01 9 Substitution the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Solve Linear Equations variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Solve Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX09-03 9 Equations the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Solve Equations With variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Use a Solution of One variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Another are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, General Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Formula are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX23-01 Tables and Charts 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX23-02 Graphs 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX23-03 Bar Graphs 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX23-04 Circle Graphs 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX23-05 Line Graphs 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX55-01 9 Equations Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. MX55-02 9 Equations Graphically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear the student solves systems of linear (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a equations using concrete models, graphs, variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes tables, and algebraic methods. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-01 Transitivity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Add or Subtract the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-02 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Multiply or Divide by the variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-03 Same Number in 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Equations are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-04 Commutativity 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-05 Signed Numbers 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Algebraic Sums of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-06 9 Signed Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Multiply or Divide Signed variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-07 9 Numbers the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Associative and variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-08 9 Distributive Properties the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX06-09 Order of Operations 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Equations by variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX09-01 9 Substitution the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Linear Equations variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX09-03 9 Equations the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Equations With variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Use a Solution of One variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Another are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of General Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 the solutions in terms of the situation. Following Formula are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX55-01 9 Equations Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear or given contexts, the student interprets (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Systems of Linear variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of linear equations. MX55-02 9 Equations Graphically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear quadratic and other nonlinear functions: (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a knowledge and skills and performance Solve Quadratic variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes descriptions. MX09-03 9 Equations the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear quadratic and other nonlinear functions: (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a knowledge and skills and performance Solve a Line-Parabola variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes descriptions. MX56-01 9 System Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear quadratic and other nonlinear functions: (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a knowledge and skills and performance Solve a Line-Parabola variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes descriptions. MX56-02 9 System Graphically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student formulates systems of linear quadratic and other nonlinear functions: (One Credit). equations from problem situations, uses a knowledge and skills and performance Solve a Line-Circle variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes descriptions. MX56-03 9 System Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of quadratic and other nonlinear functions: (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the knowledge and skills and performance Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and descriptions. MX56-04 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve Equations by parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX09-01 9 Substitution describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve Linear Equations parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX09-03 9 Equations describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve Equations With parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Use a Solution of One parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 describe the effects of changes in the Another parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions General Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 describe the effects of changes in the Formula parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX56-01 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX56-02 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX56-03 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX56-04 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. MX109-02 Form and Function 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student determines the domain and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the range values for which quadratic functions parameters of the function and can interpret and make sense for given situations. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve Equations by parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX09-01 9 Substitution describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve Linear Equations parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX09-03 9 Equations describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve Equations With parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Use a Solution of One parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 describe the effects of changes in the Another parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the General Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 describe the effects of changes in the Formula parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX56-01 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX56-02 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX56-03 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. MX56-04 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in a on the parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = ax2. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve Equations by parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX09-01 9 Substitution describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve Linear Equations parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX09-03 9 Equations describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve Equations With parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Use a Solution of One parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 describe the effects of changes in the Another parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the General Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 describe the effects of changes in the Formula parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX56-01 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX56-02 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX56-03 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. MX56-04 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of the student investigates, describes, and (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the predicts the effects of changes in c on the parameters of the function and can interpret and graph of y = x2 + c. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve Equations by parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX09-01 9 Substitution describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve Linear Equations parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX09-02 9 With One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX09-03 9 Equations describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve Equations With parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Use a Solution of One parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 describe the effects of changes in the Another parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions General Quadratic parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 describe the effects of changes in the Formula parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX56-01 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve a Line-Parabola parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX56-02 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX56-03 9 System Algebraically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions Solve a Line-Circle parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX56-04 9 System Graphically describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands that the graphs of or problem situations, the student (One Credit). quadratic functions are affected by the analyzes graphs of quadratic functions parameters of the function and can interpret and and draws conclusions. MX109-02 Form and Function 9 describe the effects of changes in the parameters of quadratic functions. Following are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one or problem situations, the student (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves analyzes graphs of quadratic functions PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are and draws conclusions. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student solves quadratic equations Solve Equations by (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves using concrete models, tables, graphs, MX09-01 9 Substitution them using appropriate methods. Following are and algebraic methods. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student solves quadratic equations Solve Linear Equations (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves using concrete models, tables, graphs, MX09-02 9 With One Unknown them using appropriate methods. Following are and algebraic methods. performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student solves quadratic equations Solve Quadratic (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves using concrete models, tables, graphs, MX09-03 9 Equations them using appropriate methods. Following are and algebraic methods. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student solves quadratic equations Solve Equations With (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves using concrete models, tables, graphs, MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown them using appropriate methods. Following are and algebraic methods. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student solves quadratic equations Use a Solution of One (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves using concrete models, tables, graphs, MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are and algebraic methods. Another performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student solves quadratic equations General Quadratic (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves using concrete models, tables, graphs, MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are and algebraic methods. Formula performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student solves quadratic equations (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves using concrete models, tables, graphs, PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are and algebraic methods. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of Solve Equations by (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX09-01 9 Substitution them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of Solve Linear Equations (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX09-02 9 With One Unknown them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of Solve Quadratic (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX09-03 9 Equations them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of Solve Equations With (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX09-04 9 More Than One Unknown them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of Use a Solution of One (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX09-05 Equation to Solve 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. Another performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of General Quadratic (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX09-06 Equations Using a 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. Formula performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX109-01 Time for a Change 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there is more than one the student relates the solutions of (One Credit). way to solve a quadratic equation and solves quadratic equations to the roots of their MX109-02 Form and Function 9 them using appropriate methods. Following are functions. performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student relates the solutions of (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor quadratic equations to the roots of their PX40-01 Define Your Variables 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following functions. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student uses patterns to generate the (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor laws of exponents and applies them in MX12-01 Exponents 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following problem-solving situations. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student uses patterns to generate the (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor laws of exponents and applies them in MX12-02 Roots 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following problem-solving situations. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student uses patterns to generate the Evaluate Expressions (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor laws of exponents and applies them in MX12-03 9 Involving Exponents quadratic and models the situations. Following problem-solving situations. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student uses patterns to generate the (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor laws of exponents and applies them in 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following problem-solving situations. are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student uses patterns to generate the Recognize Famous (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor laws of exponents and applies them in MX53-01 9 Patterns quadratic and models the situations. Following problem-solving situations. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student uses patterns to generate the (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor laws of exponents and applies them in MX53-02 Solve Pattern Problems 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following problem-solving situations. are performance descriptions. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor situations involving inverse variation using MX23-01 Tables and Charts 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following concrete models, tables, graphs, or are performance descriptions. algebraic methods. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor situations involving inverse variation using MX23-02 Graphs 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following concrete models, tables, graphs, or are performance descriptions. algebraic methods. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor situations involving inverse variation using MX23-03 Bar Graphs 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following concrete models, tables, graphs, or are performance descriptions. algebraic methods. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor situations involving inverse variation using MX23-04 Circle Graphs 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following concrete models, tables, graphs, or are performance descriptions. algebraic methods. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor situations involving inverse variation using MX23-05 Line Graphs 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following concrete models, tables, graphs, or are performance descriptions. algebraic methods. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor situations involving exponential growth MX41-01 Graphs 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following and decay using concrete models, tables, are performance descriptions. graphs, or algebraic methods. 111.32. Algebra I The student understands there are situations the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). modeled by functions that are neither linear nor situations involving exponential growth MX41-02 Diagrams 9 quadratic and models the situations. Following and decay using concrete models, tables, are performance descriptions. graphs, or algebraic methods. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I Foundation concepts for high school the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). mathematics. As presented in Grades K-8, the situations involving exponential growth basic understandings of number, operation, and and decay using concrete models, tables, MX41-03 Tables 9 quantitative reasoning; patterns, relationships, graphs, or algebraic methods. and algebraic thinking; geometry; measurement; and probability and statistics 111.33. Algebra II Algebraic thinking and symbolic reasoning. the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One Symbolic reasoning plays a critical role in situations involving exponential growth Credit). algebra; symbols provide powerful ways to and decay using concrete models, tables, 10 represent mathematical situations and to graphs, or algebraic methods. express generalizations. Students use symbols in a variety of ways to study relationships among quantities. 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, Solve Equations by MX09-01 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. Substitution means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, Solve Linear Equations MX09-02 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. With One Unknown means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, Solve Quadratic MX09-03 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. Equations means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, Solve Equations With MX09-04 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. More Than One Unknown means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. 111.33. Algebra II Functions, equations, and their relationship. The the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One study of functions, equations, and their situations involving exponential growth Use a Solution of One Credit). relationship is central to all of mathematics. and decay using concrete models, tables, MX09-05 Equation to Solve 10 Students perceive functions and equations as graphs, or algebraic methods. Another means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of relationships and as a useful tool for expressing generalizations. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.32. Algebra I Relationship between algebra and geometry. the student analyzes data and represents (One Credit). Equations and functions are algebraic tools that situations involving exponential growth can be used to represent geometric curves and and decay using concrete models, tables, General Quadratic figures; similarly, geometric figures can illustrate graphs, or algebraic methods. MX09-06 Equations Using a 10 algebraic relationships. Students perceive the Formula connections between algebra and geometry and use the tools of one to help solve problems in the other. 111.33. Algebra II Relationship between algebra and geometry. the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One Equations and functions are algebraic tools that situations involving exponential growth Credit). can be used to represent geometric curves and and decay using concrete models, tables, Angles and figures; similarly, geometric figures can illustrate graphs, or algebraic methods. MX40-01 10 Trigonometric Functions algebraic relationships. Students perceive the connections between algebra and geometry and use the tools of one to help solve problems in the other. 111.33. Algebra II Relationship between algebra and geometry. the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One Equations and functions are algebraic tools that situations involving exponential growth Credit). can be used to represent geometric curves and and decay using concrete models, tables, Trigonometric Identities figures; similarly, geometric figures can illustrate graphs, or algebraic methods. MX40-02 10 and Formulas algebraic relationships. Students perceive the connections between algebra and geometry and use the tools of one to help solve problems in the other. 111.33. Algebra II Tools for algebraic thinking. Techniques for the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One working with functions and equations are situations involving exponential growth Credit). essential in understanding underlying and decay using concrete models, tables, relationships. Students use a variety of graphs, or algebraic methods. representations concrete, numerical, Periodicity of MX40-03 10 algorithmic, graphical, tools, and technology, Trigonometric Functions including, but not limited to, powerful and accessible hand-held calculators and computers with graphing capabilities and model mathematical situations to solve meaningful problems. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II Tools for algebraic thinking. Techniques for the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One working with functions and equations are situations involving exponential growth Credit). essential in understanding underlying and decay using concrete models, tables, relationships. Students use a variety of graphs, or algebraic methods. representations concrete, numerical, Round Off and PX37-01 10 algorithmic, graphical, tools, and technology, Guesstimate including, but not limited to, powerful and accessible hand-held calculators and computers with graphing capabilities and model mathematical situations to solve meaningful problems. 111.33. Algebra II Tools for algebraic thinking. Techniques for the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One working with functions and equations are situations involving exponential growth Credit). essential in understanding underlying and decay using concrete models, tables, relationships. Students use a variety of graphs, or algebraic methods. representations concrete, numerical, Use Your Calculator PX37-02 10 algorithmic, graphical, tools, and technology, Sparingly including, but not limited to, powerful and accessible hand-held calculators and computers with graphing capabilities and model mathematical situations to solve meaningful problems. 111.33. Algebra II Tools for algebraic thinking. Techniques for the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One working with functions and equations are situations involving exponential growth Credit). essential in understanding underlying and decay using concrete models, tables, relationships. Students use a variety of graphs, or algebraic methods. representations concrete, numerical, PX37-03 Show Your Work 10 algorithmic, graphical, tools, and technology, including, but not limited to, powerful and accessible hand-held calculators and computers with graphing capabilities and model mathematical situations to solve meaningful problems. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II Underlying mathematical processes. Many the student analyzes data and represents (One-Half to One processes underlie all content areas in situations involving exponential growth Credit). mathematics. As they do mathematics, students and decay using concrete models, tables, continually use problem-solving, computation in graphs, or algebraic methods. problem-solving contexts, language and PX37-04 Check Backwards 10 communication, connections within and outside mathematics, and reasoning, as well as multiple representations, applications and modeling, and justification and proof. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses properties and attributes of or a variety of situations, the student (One-Half to One functions and applies functions to problem identifies the mathematical domains and MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). situations. Following are performance ranges and determines reasonable descriptions. domain and range values for given situations. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses properties and attributes of or a variety of situations, the student (One-Half to One functions and applies functions to problem identifies the mathematical domains and MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Credit). situations. Following are performance ranges and determines reasonable descriptions. domain and range values for given situations. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses properties and attributes of or a variety of situations, the student (One-Half to One functions and applies functions to problem identifies the mathematical domains and PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Credit). situations. Following are performance ranges and determines reasonable descriptions. domain and range values for given situations. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses properties and attributes of in solving problems, the student collects (One-Half to One functions and applies functions to problem data and records results, organizes the Credit). situations. Following are performance data, makes scatterplots, fits the curves to MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 descriptions. the appropriate parent function, interprets the results, and proceeds to model, predict, and make decisions and critical judgments. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student uses properties and attributes of in solving problems, the student collects (One-Half to One functions and applies functions to problem data and records results, organizes the Credit). situations. Following are performance data, makes scatterplots, fits the curves to MX109-02 Form and Function 10 descriptions. the appropriate parent function, interprets the results, and proceeds to model, predict, and make decisions and critical judgments. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the in solving problems, the student collects (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to data and records results, organizes the Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary data, makes scatterplots, fits the curves to Understand Scatter plot MX111-01 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic the appropriate parent function, interprets Data expressions and solve equations and the results, and proceeds to model, inequalities in problem situations. Following are predict, and make decisions and critical performance descriptions. judgments. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and Solve Equations by MX09-01 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. Substitution expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and Solve Linear Equations MX09-02 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. With One Unknown expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and Solve Quadratic MX09-03 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. Equations expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and Solve Equations With MX09-04 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. More Than One Unknown expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Use a Solution of One Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and MX09-05 Equation to Solve 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. Another expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to General Quadratic Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and MX09-06 Equations Using a 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. Formula expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and MX08-01 Find Common Factors 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and Factor Differences of MX08-02 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. Two Squares expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and Factor Trinomials into MX08-03 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. Binomials expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and Factor an Expression MX08-04 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. Completely expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and MX66-01 Addition and Subtraction 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and MX66-02 Scalar Multiplication 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses tools including matrices, (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to factoring, and properties of exponents to Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary simplify expressions and transform and PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic solve equations. expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses complex numbers to (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to describe the solutions of quadratic Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary equations. Solve Equations by MX09-01 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Substitution expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses complex numbers to (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to describe the solutions of quadratic Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary equations. Solve Linear Equations MX09-02 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic With One Unknown expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses complex numbers to (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to describe the solutions of quadratic Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary equations. Solve Quadratic MX09-03 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Equations expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses complex numbers to (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to describe the solutions of quadratic Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary equations. Solve Equations With MX09-04 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic More Than One Unknown expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses complex numbers to (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to describe the solutions of quadratic Use a Solution of One Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary equations. MX09-05 Equation to Solve 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Another expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student uses complex numbers to (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to describe the solutions of quadratic General Quadratic Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary equations. MX09-06 Equations Using a 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic Formula expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands the importance of the the student connects the function notation (One-Half to One skills required to manipulate symbols in order to of y = and f(x) =. Credit). solve problems and uses the necessary MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 algebraic skills required to simplify algebraic expressions and solve equations and inequalities in problem situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations the student connects the function notation (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a of y = and f(x) =. Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes MX109-02 Form and Function 10 the solutions in terms of the situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations the student analyzes situations and (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of equations or Solve Systems of Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes inequalities in two or more unknowns to MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situations. Following solve problems. are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations the student analyzes situations and (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a formulates systems of equations or Solve Systems of Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes inequalities in two or more unknowns to MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically the solutions in terms of the situations. Following solve problems. are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations the student uses algebraic methods, (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a graphs, tables, or matrices, to solve Solve Systems of Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes systems of equations or inequalities. MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations the student uses algebraic methods, (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a graphs, tables, or matrices, to solve Solve Systems of Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes systems of equations or inequalities. MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically the solutions in terms of the situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations the student uses algebraic methods, (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a graphs, tables, or matrices, to solve Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes systems of equations or inequalities. MX66-01 Addition and Subtraction 10 the solutions in terms of the situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations the student uses algebraic methods, (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a graphs, tables, or matrices, to solve Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes systems of equations or inequalities. MX66-02 Scalar Multiplication 10 the solutions in terms of the situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations or given contexts, the student interprets (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Systems of Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of equations or MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically the solutions in terms of the situations. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates systems of equations or given contexts, the student interprets (One-Half to One and inequalities from problem situations, uses a and determines the reasonableness of Solve Systems of Credit). variety of methods to solve them, and analyzes solutions to systems of equations or MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically the solutions in terms of the situations. Following inequalities. are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric or given contexts, the student interprets (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are and determines the reasonableness of PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Credit). performance descriptions. solutions to systems of equations or inequalities. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric the student identifies and sketches graphs (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are of parent functions, including linear (y = x), Credit). performance descriptions. quadratic (y = x2), square root (y = Ö x), MX63-01 Bases and Powers 10 inverse (y = 1/x), exponential (y = ax), and logarithmic (y = logax) functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric the student identifies and sketches graphs (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are of parent functions, including linear (y = x), Credit). performance descriptions. quadratic (y = x2), square root (y = Ö x), MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 inverse (y = 1/x), exponential (y = ax), and logarithmic (y = logax) functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric the student identifies and sketches graphs (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are of parent functions, including linear (y = x), Credit). performance descriptions. quadratic (y = x2), square root (y = Ö x), MX109-02 Form and Function 10 inverse (y = 1/x), exponential (y = ax), and logarithmic (y = logax) functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric the student extends parent functions with (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are parameters such as m in y = mx and MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). performance descriptions. describes parameter changes on the graph of parent functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric MX109-02 Form and Function 10 (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are Credit). performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric the student extends parent functions with (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are parameters such as m in y = mx and PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Credit). performance descriptions. describes parameter changes on the graph of parent functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric the student recognizes inverse MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are relationships between various functions. Credit). performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student connects algebraic and geometric the student recognizes inverse MX109-02 Form and Function 10 (One-Half to One representations of functions. Following are relationships between various functions. Credit). performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student recognizes inverse (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic relationships between various functions. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student describes a conic section as (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic the intersection of a plane and a cone. MX51-01 Prisms 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student describes a conic section as (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic the intersection of a plane and a cone. MX51-02 Pyramids 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student describes a conic section as (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic the intersection of a plane and a cone. MX51-03 Cones 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student describes a conic section as (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic the intersection of a plane and a cone. MX51-04 Spheres 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the in order to sketch graphs of conic (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic sections, the student relates simple MX51-01 Prisms 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance parameter changes in the equation to descriptions. corresponding changes in the graph. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the in order to sketch graphs of conic (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic sections, the student relates simple MX51-02 Pyramids 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance parameter changes in the equation to descriptions. corresponding changes in the graph. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the in order to sketch graphs of conic (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic sections, the student relates simple MX51-03 Cones 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance parameter changes in the equation to descriptions. corresponding changes in the graph. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the in order to sketch graphs of conic (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic sections, the student relates simple MX51-04 Spheres 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance parameter changes in the equation to descriptions. corresponding changes in the graph. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies symmetries from (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic graphs of conic sections. MX51-01 Prisms 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies symmetries from (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic graphs of conic sections. MX51-02 Pyramids 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies symmetries from (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic graphs of conic sections. MX51-03 Cones 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies symmetries from (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic graphs of conic sections. MX51-04 Spheres 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies the conic section (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic from a given equation. MX51-01 Prisms 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies the conic section (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic from a given equation. MX51-02 Pyramids 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies the conic section (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic from a given equation. MX51-03 Cones 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student identifies the conic section (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic from a given equation. MX51-04 Spheres 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student uses the method of (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic completing the square. MX51-01 Prisms 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student uses the method of (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic completing the square. MX51-02 Pyramids 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student knows the relationship between the the student uses the method of (One-Half to One geometric and algebraic descriptions of conic completing the square. MX51-03 Cones 10 Credit). sections. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands that quadratic the student uses the method of (One-Half to One functions can be represented in different ways completing the square. MX51-04 Spheres 10 Credit). and translates among their various representations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands that quadratic or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One functions can be represented in different ways the reasonable domain and range values Solve Systems of Credit). and translates among their various of quadratic functions, as well as MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically representations. Following are performance interprets and determines the descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to quadratic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands that quadratic or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One functions can be represented in different ways the reasonable domain and range values Solve Systems of Credit). and translates among their various of quadratic functions, as well as MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically representations. Following are performance interprets and determines the descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to quadratic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student understands that quadratic or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One functions can be represented in different ways the reasonable domain and range values Credit). and translates among their various of quadratic functions, as well as PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 representations. Following are performance interprets and determines the descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to quadratic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student interprets and describes the effects the student determines a quadratic (One-Half to One of changes in the parameters of quadratic function from its roots or a graph. MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). functions in applied and mathematical situations. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student interprets and describes the effects the student uses characteristics of the (One-Half to One of changes in the parameters of quadratic quadratic parent function to sketch the Credit). functions in applied and mathematical situations. related graphs and connects between the MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Following are performance descriptions. y = ax2 + bx + c and the y = a(x - h)2 + k symbolic representations of quadratic functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student interprets and describes the effects the student uses characteristics of the (One-Half to One of changes in the parameters of quadratic quadratic parent function to sketch the Credit). functions in applied and mathematical situations. related graphs and connects between the MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Following are performance descriptions. y = ax2 + bx + c and the y = a(x - h)2 + k symbolic representations of quadratic functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student interprets and describes the effects the student uses characteristics of the (One-Half to One of changes in the parameters of quadratic quadratic parent function to sketch the Credit). functions in applied and mathematical situations. related graphs and connects between the PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Following are performance descriptions. y = ax2 + bx + c and the y = a(x - h)2 + k symbolic representations of quadratic functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student interprets and describes the effects the student uses the parent function to (One-Half to One of changes in the parameters of quadratic investigate, describe, and predict the Credit). functions in applied and mathematical situations. effects of changes in a, h, and k on the MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Following are performance descriptions. graphs of y = a(x - h)2 + k form of a function in applied and purely mathematical situations. 111.33. Algebra II The student interprets and describes the effects the student uses the parent function to (One-Half to One of changes in the parameters of quadratic investigate, describe, and predict the Credit). functions in applied and mathematical situations. effects of changes in a, h, and k on the MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Following are performance descriptions. graphs of y = a(x - h)2 + k form of a function in applied and purely mathematical situations. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student uses the parent function to (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses investigate, describe, and predict the Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and effects of changes in a, h, and k on the PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. graphs of y = a(x - h)2 + k form of a Following are performance descriptions. function in applied and purely mathematical situations. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses quadratic functions and formulates Solve Systems of Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and quadratic equations or inequalities to MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses quadratic functions and formulates Solve Systems of Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and quadratic equations or inequalities to MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses quadratic functions and formulates Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and quadratic equations or inequalities to MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses quadratic functions and formulates Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and quadratic equations or inequalities to MX109-02 Form and Function 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations involving (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses quadratic functions and formulates Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and quadratic equations or inequalities to PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes and interprets the (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses solutions of quadratic equations using Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and discriminants and solves quadratic PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. equations using the quadratic formula. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student compares and translates (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses between algebraic and graphical solutions Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and of quadratic equations. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student solves quadratic equations (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses and inequalities. Solve Systems of Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student solves quadratic equations (One-Half to One inequalities based on quadratic functions, uses and inequalities. Solve Systems of Credit). a variety of methods to solve them, and MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student solves quadratic equations (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, and inequalities. Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student uses the parent function to (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, investigate, describe, and predict the Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and effects of parameter changes on the MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. graphs of square root functions and Following are performance descriptions. describes limitations on the domains and ranges. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student uses the parent function to (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, investigate, describe, and predict the Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and effects of parameter changes on the MX109-02 Form and Function 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. graphs of square root functions and Following are performance descriptions. describes limitations on the domains and ranges. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student uses the parent function to (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, investigate, describe, and predict the Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and effects of parameter changes on the PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. graphs of square root functions and Following are performance descriptions. describes limitations on the domains and ranges. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student relates representations of (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, square root functions, such as algebraic, Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and tabular, graphical, and verbal descriptions. MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student relates representations of (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, square root functions, such as algebraic, Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and tabular, graphical, and verbal descriptions. MX109-02 Form and Function 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student relates representations of (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, square root functions, such as algebraic, Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and tabular, graphical, and verbal descriptions. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, the reasonable domain and range values Solve Systems of Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and of square root functions, as well as MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. interprets and determines the Following are performance descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to square root equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, the reasonable domain and range values Solve Systems of Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and of square root functions, as well as MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. interprets and determines the Following are performance descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to square root equations and inequalities. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, the reasonable domain and range values Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and of square root functions, as well as MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. interprets and determines the Following are performance descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to square root equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, the reasonable domain and range values Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and of square root functions, as well as MX109-02 Form and Function 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. interprets and determines the Following are performance descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to square root equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and or given contexts, the student determines (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, the reasonable domain and range values Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and of square root functions, as well as PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. interprets and determines the Following are performance descriptions. reasonableness of solutions to square root equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student solves square root equations (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, and inequalities using graphs, tables, and Solve Systems of Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and algebraic methods. MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student solves square root equations (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, and inequalities using graphs, tables, and Solve Systems of Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and algebraic methods. MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student solves square root equations (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, and inequalities using graphs, tables, and Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and algebraic methods. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Solve Systems of Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Solve Systems of Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX61-01 Study the Graph's Shape 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX61-02 Look at the Slope 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Examine the X- and Y- Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX61-03 10 Intercepts analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Search for the Real Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX61-04 10 Solutions analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX61-05 Determine Max or Min 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a MX109-02 Form and Function 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student formulates equations and the student analyzes situations modeled (One-Half to One inequalities based on square root functions, by square root functions, formulates Credit). uses a variety of methods to solve them, and equations or inequalities, selects a PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 analyzes the solutions in terms of the situation. method, and solves problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses quotients to describe the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One graphs of rational functions, describes quadratic functions using square root MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). limitations on the domains and ranges, and functions. examines asymptotic behavior. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses quotients to describe the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One graphs of rational functions, describes quadratic functions using square root MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Credit). limitations on the domains and ranges, and functions. examines asymptotic behavior. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses quotients to describe the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One graphs of rational functions, describes quadratic functions using square root MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). limitations on the domains and ranges, and functions. examines asymptotic behavior. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student uses quotients to describe the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One graphs of rational functions, describes quadratic functions using square root MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Credit). limitations on the domains and ranges, and functions. examines asymptotic behavior. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes various representations of the student expresses inverses of PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 (One-Half to One rational functions with respect to problem quadratic functions using square root Credit). situations. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes various representations of the student expresses inverses of MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 (One-Half to One rational functions with respect to problem quadratic functions using square root Credit). situations. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes various representations of the student expresses inverses of MX109-02 Form and Function 10 (One-Half to One rational functions with respect to problem quadratic functions using square root Credit). situations. functions. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of rational quadratic functions using square root PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Credit). functions, as well as interprets and determines functions. the reasonableness of solutions to rational equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of rational quadratic functions using square root MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). functions, as well as interprets and determines functions. the reasonableness of solutions to rational equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of rational quadratic functions using square root MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Credit). functions, as well as interprets and determines functions. the reasonableness of solutions to rational equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student solves rational equations and the student expresses inverses of PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 (One-Half to One inequalities using graphs, tables, and algebraic quadratic functions using square root Credit). methods. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student solves rational equations and the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of MX57-01 10 (One-Half to One inequalities using graphs, tables, and algebraic quadratic functions using square root Inequalities Algebraically Credit). methods. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student solves rational equations and the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of MX57-02 10 (One-Half to One inequalities using graphs, tables, and algebraic quadratic functions using square root Inequalities Graphically Credit). methods. functions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by a the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One rational function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Credit). inequality composed of a linear or quadratic functions. function, and solves the problem. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by a the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of (One-Half to One rational function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically Credit). inequality composed of a linear or quadratic functions. function, and solves the problem. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by a the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of (One-Half to One rational function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically Credit). inequality composed of a linear or quadratic functions. function, and solves the problem. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by a the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One rational function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). inequality composed of a linear or quadratic functions. function, and solves the problem. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by a the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One rational function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Credit). inequality composed of a linear or quadratic functions. function, and solves the problem. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses direct and inverse variation the student expresses inverses of PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 (One-Half to One functions as models to make predictions in quadratic functions using square root Credit). problem situations. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses direct and inverse variation the student expresses inverses of MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 (One-Half to One functions as models to make predictions in quadratic functions using square root Credit). problem situations. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses direct and inverse variation the student expresses inverses of MX109-02 Form and Function 10 (One-Half to One functions as models to make predictions in quadratic functions using square root Credit). problem situations. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student develops the definition of logarithms the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One by exploring and describing the relationship quadratic functions using square root PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 Credit). between exponential functions and their functions. inverses. 111.33. Algebra II The student develops the definition of logarithms the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One by exploring and describing the relationship quadratic functions using square root MX63-01 Bases and Powers 10 Credit). between exponential functions and their functions. inverses. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student develops the definition of logarithms the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One by exploring and describing the relationship quadratic functions using square root MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 Credit). between exponential functions and their functions. inverses. 111.33. Algebra II The student develops the definition of logarithms the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One by exploring and describing the relationship quadratic functions using square root MX109-02 Form and Function 10 Credit). between exponential functions and their functions. inverses. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses the parent functions to the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One investigate, describe, and predict the effects of quadratic functions using square root Credit). parameter changes on the graphs of exponential functions. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 and logarithmic functions, describes limitations on the domains and ranges, and examines asymptotic behavior. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses the parent functions to the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One investigate, describe, and predict the effects of quadratic functions using square root Credit). parameter changes on the graphs of exponential functions. MX63-01 Bases and Powers 10 and logarithmic functions, describes limitations on the domains and ranges, and examines asymptotic behavior. 111.33. Algebra II The student uses the parent functions to the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One investigate, describe, and predict the effects of quadratic functions using square root Credit). parameter changes on the graphs of exponential functions. MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 and logarithmic functions, describes limitations on the domains and ranges, and examines asymptotic behavior. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of quadratic functions using square root Credit). exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as functions. MX109-02 Form and Function 10 interprets and determines the reasonableness of solutions to exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of quadratic functions using square root Solve Systems of Credit). exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as functions. MX57-01 10 Inequalities Algebraically interprets and determines the reasonableness of solutions to exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of quadratic functions using square root Solve Systems of Credit). exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as functions. MX57-02 10 Inequalities Graphically interprets and determines the reasonableness of solutions to exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of quadratic functions using square root Credit). exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as functions. MX63-01 Bases and Powers 10 interprets and determines the reasonableness of solutions to exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of quadratic functions using square root Credit). exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as functions. MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 interprets and determines the reasonableness of solutions to exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II For given contexts, the student determines the the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One reasonable domain and range values of quadratic functions using square root Credit). exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as functions. MX109-02 Form and Function 10 interprets and determines the reasonableness of solutions to exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities. 111.33. Algebra II The student solves exponential and logarithmic the student expresses inverses of PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 (One-Half to One equations and inequalities using graphs, tables, quadratic functions using square root Credit). and algebraic methods. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student solves exponential and logarithmic the student expresses inverses of MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 (One-Half to One equations and inequalities using graphs, tables, quadratic functions using square root Credit). and algebraic methods. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student solves exponential and logarithmic the student expresses inverses of MX109-02 Form and Function 10 (One-Half to One equations and inequalities using graphs, tables, quadratic functions using square root Credit). and algebraic methods. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student solves exponential and logarithmic the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of MX57-01 10 (One-Half to One equations and inequalities using graphs, tables, quadratic functions using square root Inequalities Algebraically Credit). and algebraic methods. functions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.33. Algebra II The student solves exponential and logarithmic the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of MX57-02 10 (One-Half to One equations and inequalities using graphs, tables, quadratic functions using square root Inequalities Graphically Credit). and algebraic methods. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by an the student expresses inverses of PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 (One-Half to One exponential function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root Credit). inequality, and solves the problem. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by an the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of MX57-01 10 (One-Half to One exponential function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root Inequalities Algebraically Credit). inequality, and solves the problem. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by an the student expresses inverses of Solve Systems of MX57-02 10 (One-Half to One exponential function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root Inequalities Graphically Credit). inequality, and solves the problem. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by an the student expresses inverses of MX109-01 Time for a Change 10 (One-Half to One exponential function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root Credit). inequality, and solves the problem. functions. 111.33. Algebra II The student analyzes a situation modeled by an the student expresses inverses of MX109-02 Form and Function 10 (One-Half to One exponential function, formulates an equation or quadratic functions using square root Credit). inequality, and solves the problem. functions. 111.33. Algebra II Foundation concepts for high school the student expresses inverses of (One-Half to One mathematics. As presented in Grades K-8, the quadratic functions using square root Credit). basic understandings of number, operation, and functions. PX40-01 Define Your Variables 10 quantitative reasoning; patterns, relationships, and algebraic thinking; geometry; measurement; and probability and statistics 111.34. Geometry The student understands the structure of, and the student develops an awareness of the (One Credit). relationships within, an axiomatic system. structure of a mathematical system, MX25-03 Truth Values 11 Following are performance descriptions. connecting definitions, postulates, logical reasoning, and theorems. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to MX16-01 Parallelograms 11 are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric relationships. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to MX16-02 Rectangles 11 are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric relationships. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to MX16-03 Rhombus 11 are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric relationships. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to MX16-04 Squares 11 are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric relationships. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to MX16-05 Trapezoids 11 are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric relationships. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore Regular and Irregular (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to MX16-06 Polygons and Other 11 are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric Shapes relationships. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore Interpret Different Views (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to PX51-01 11 of an Object are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric relationships. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student uses constructions to explore Divide Weird Shapes (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following attributes of geometric figures and to PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes are performance descriptions. make conjectures about geometric relationships. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, Plane Geometry—Basic MX14-01 11 choosing from a variety of approaches Concepts such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX14-02 Angles 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, Complimentary and MX14-03 11 choosing from a variety of approaches Supplementary Angles such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX14-04 Vertical Angles 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX14-05 Parallel Lines 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX18-01 Tangents to a Circle 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX18-02 Central Angles 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX18-03 Inscribed Angles 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX18-04 Two Tangents to a Circle 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, Area and Circumference MX18-05 11 choosing from a variety of approaches of a Circle such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX48-01 Loci Basics 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX48-02 Find Intersections of Loci 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, Solve Locus Problems in MX48-03 11 choosing from a variety of approaches Coordinate Geometry such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, Translation and MX50-01 11 choosing from a variety of approaches Reflection such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation 11 choosing from a variety of approaches such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes geometric relationships in the student makes and verifies (One Credit). order to make and verify conjectures. Following conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, are performance descriptions. circles, and three-dimensional figures, Interpret Different Views PX51-01 11 choosing from a variety of approaches of an Object such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student makes and verifies (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in conjectures about angles, lines, polygons, mathematics. Following are performance circles, and three-dimensional figures, Divide Weird Shapes PX52-01 11 descriptions. choosing from a variety of approaches into Familiar Shapes such as coordinate, transformational, or axiomatic. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student determines if the converse of (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in a conditional statement is true or false. MX16-01 Parallelograms 11 mathematics. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student determines if the converse of (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in a conditional statement is true or false. MX16-02 Rectangles 11 mathematics. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student determines if the converse of (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in a conditional statement is true or false. MX16-03 Rhombus 11 mathematics. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student determines if the converse of (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in a conditional statement is true or false. MX16-04 Squares 11 mathematics. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student determines if the converse of (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in a conditional statement is true or false. MX16-05 Trapezoids 11 mathematics. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student determines if the converse of Regular and Irregular (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in a conditional statement is true or false. MX16-06 Polygons and Other 11 mathematics. Following are performance Shapes descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student constructs and justifies Interpret Different Views (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in statements about geometric figures and PX51-01 11 of an Object mathematics. Following are performance their properties. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands the importance of the student constructs and justifies Divide Weird Shapes (One Credit). logical reasoning, justification, and proof in statements about geometric figures and PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes mathematics. Following are performance their properties. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. Plane Geometry—Basic geometric properties, including properties of MX14-01 11 Concepts polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX14-02 Angles 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. Complimentary and geometric properties, including properties of MX14-03 11 Supplementary Angles polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX14-04 Vertical Angles 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX14-05 Parallel Lines 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX17-01 Rectangular Solids 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX17-02 Cubes 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX17-03 Cylinders 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX17-01 Rectangular Solids 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX17-02 Cubes 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX17-03 Cylinders 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX18-01 Tangents to a Circle 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX18-02 Central Angles 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX18-03 Inscribed Angles 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. geometric properties, including properties of MX18-04 Two Tangents to a Circle 11 polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. Area and Circumference geometric properties, including properties of MX18-05 11 of a Circle polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses numeric and geometric the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). patterns to make generalizations about prove a statement. Interpret Different Views geometric properties, including properties of PX51-01 11 of an Object polygons, ratios in similar figures and solids, and angle relationships in polygons and circles. 111.34. Geometry The student uses properties of transformations the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). and their compositions to make connections prove a statement. Divide Weird Shapes PX52-01 11 between mathematics and the real world in into Familiar Shapes applications such as tessellations or fractals. 111.34. Geometry The student uses properties of transformations the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). and their compositions to make connections prove a statement. Translation and MX50-01 11 between mathematics and the real world in Reflection applications such as tessellations or fractals. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student uses properties of transformations the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). and their compositions to make connections prove a statement. MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation 11 between mathematics and the real world in applications such as tessellations or fractals. 111.34. Geometry The student uses properties of transformations the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). and their compositions to make connections prove a statement. Interpret Different Views PX51-01 11 between mathematics and the real world in of an Object applications such as tessellations or fractals. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. Divide Weird Shapes PX52-01 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 into Familiar Shapes and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. MX15-01 Triangle Basics 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. MX15-02 Perpendicular Bisectors 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. MX15-03 Equilateral Triangles 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. MX15-04 Altitude 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. Area and Perimeter of MX15-05 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 Triangles and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. Area and Perimeter of MX15-06 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 Right Triangles and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. Area and Perimeter of MX15-07 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 Equilateral Triangles and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student identifies and applies patterns from the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). right triangles to solve problems, including prove a statement. Interpret Different Views PX51-01 11 special right triangles 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 of an Object and triangles whose sides are Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes the relationship between the student uses deductive reasoning to (One Credit). three-dimensional objects and related two- prove a statement. Divide Weird Shapes PX52-01 11 dimensional representations and uses these into Familiar Shapes representations to solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes the relationship between the student describes, and draws cross (One Credit). three-dimensional objects and related two- sections and other slices of three- MX17-01 Rectangular Solids 11 dimensional representations and uses these dimensional objects. representations to solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes the relationship between the student uses nets to represent and (One Credit). three-dimensional objects and related two- construct three-dimensional objects. MX17-02 Cubes 11 dimensional representations and uses these representations to solve problems. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses top, front, side, and (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways corner views of three-dimensional objects MX17-03 Cylinders 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them to create accurate and complete accordingly. Following are performance representations and solve problems. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to MX13-01 Number Lines 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to MX13-02 Definitions 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to Distance Between Two MX13-03 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and Points accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to Determine the Midpoint MX13-04 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and of a Line Segment accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Line 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to MX13-06 The Y-Intercept 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to MX13-07 The X-Intercept 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses one- and two- (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways dimensional coordinate systems to MX13-08 Find the Slope 11 of representing geometric figures and uses them represent points, lines, line segments, and accordingly. Following are performance figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-01 Number Lines 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-02 Definitions 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric Distance Between Two of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-03 11 Points accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric Determine the Midpoint of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-04 11 of a Line Segment accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-05 Plot the Graph of a Line 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-06 The Y-Intercept 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-07 The X-Intercept 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX13-08 Find the Slope 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX15-01 Triangle Basics 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX15-02 Perpendicular Bisectors 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX15-03 Equilateral Triangles 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX15-04 Altitude 11 accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric Area and Perimeter of of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX15-05 11 Triangles accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric Area and Perimeter of of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX15-06 11 Right Triangles accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric Area and Perimeter of of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, MX15-07 11 Equilateral Triangles accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric Interpret Different Views of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, PX51-01 11 of an Object accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student understands that coordinate the student uses slopes and equations of (One Credit). systems provide convenient and efficient ways lines to investigate geometric Divide Weird Shapes of representing geometric figures and uses them relationships, including parallel lines, PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes accordingly. Following are performance perpendicular lines, and special segments descriptions. of triangles and other polygons. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student develops and uses formulas Distance Between Two (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem including distance and midpoint. MX13-03 11 Points situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of regular Regular and Irregular (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem polygons and composite figures. MX16-06 Polygons and Other 11 situations. Following are performance Shapes descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of sectors and arc (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem lengths of circles using proportional MX18-01 Tangents to a Circle 11 situations. Following are performance reasoning. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of sectors and arc (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem lengths of circles using proportional MX18-02 Central Angles 11 situations. Following are performance reasoning. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of sectors and arc (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem lengths of circles using proportional MX18-03 Inscribed Angles 11 situations. Following are performance reasoning. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of sectors and arc (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem lengths of circles using proportional MX18-04 Two Tangents to a Circle 11 situations. Following are performance reasoning. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of sectors and arc Area and Circumference (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem lengths of circles using proportional MX18-05 11 of a Circle situations. Following are performance reasoning. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of sectors and arc (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem lengths of circles using proportional MX110-01 Change a Dimension 11 situations. Following are performance reasoning. descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student finds areas of sectors and arc (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem lengths of circles using proportional MX110-02 Change a Variable 11 situations. Following are performance reasoning. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student extends measurement concepts to the student develops, extends, and uses (One Credit). find area, perimeter, and volume in problem the Pythagorean Theorem. MX15-02 Perpendicular Bisectors 11 situations. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student finds surface areas and (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are volumes of prisms, pyramids, spheres, MX51-01 Prisms 11 performance descriptions. cones, and cylinders in problem situations. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes based on explorations and using concrete (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are models, the student formulates and tests MX14-05 Parallel Lines 11 performance descriptions. conjectures about the properties of parallel and perpendicular lines. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes based on explorations and using concrete Regular and Irregular (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are models, the student formulates and tests MX16-06 Polygons and Other 11 performance descriptions. conjectures about the properties and Shapes attributes of polygons and their component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes based on explorations and using concrete (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are models, the student formulates and tests MX18-01 Tangents to a Circle 11 performance descriptions. conjectures about the properties and attributes of circles and the lines that intersect them. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes based on explorations and using concrete (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are models, the student formulates and tests MX18-02 Central Angles 11 performance descriptions. conjectures about the properties and attributes of circles and the lines that intersect them. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes based on explorations and using concrete (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are models, the student formulates and tests MX18-03 Inscribed Angles 11 performance descriptions. conjectures about the properties and attributes of circles and the lines that intersect them. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes based on explorations and using concrete (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are models, the student formulates and tests MX18-04 Two Tangents to a Circle 11 performance descriptions. conjectures about the properties and attributes of circles and the lines that intersect them. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes based on explorations and using concrete (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are models, the student formulates and tests Area and Circumference MX18-05 11 performance descriptions. conjectures about the properties and of a Circle attributes of circles and the lines that intersect them. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of MX17-01 Rectangular Solids 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of MX17-02 Cubes 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of MX17-03 Cylinders 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of MX51-01 Prisms 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of MX51-02 Pyramids 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of MX51-03 Cones 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of MX51-04 Spheres 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student analyzes properties and describes the student analyzes the characteristics of Interpret Different Views PX51-01 11 (One Credit). relationships in geometric figures. Following are three-dimensional figures and their of an Object performance descriptions. component parts. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student analyzes the characteristics of Divide Weird Shapes (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve three-dimensional figures and their PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes problems. Following are performance component parts. descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student uses congruence Translation and (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve transformations to make conjectures and MX50-01 11 Reflection problems. Following are performance justify properties of geometric figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student uses congruence (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve transformations to make conjectures and MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation 12 problems. Following are performance justify properties of geometric figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student uses congruence The Language of (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve transformations to make conjectures and MX54-01 11 Geometry problems. Following are performance justify properties of geometric figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student uses congruence Congruence and (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve transformations to make conjectures and MX54-02 11 Similarity problems. Following are performance justify properties of geometric figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student uses congruence Interpret Different Views (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve transformations to make conjectures and PX51-01 11 of an Object problems. Following are performance justify properties of geometric figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student uses congruence Divide Weird Shapes (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve transformations to make conjectures and PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes problems. Following are performance justify properties of geometric figures. descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX15-01 Triangle Basics 11 problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX15-02 Perpendicular Bisectors 11 problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX15-03 Equilateral Triangles 11 problems. Following are performance descriptions. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX15-04 Altitude 11 problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle Area and Perimeter of (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX15-05 11 Triangles problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle Area and Perimeter of (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX15-06 11 Right Triangles problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle Area and Perimeter of (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX15-07 11 Equilateral Triangles problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle The Language of (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX54-01 11 Geometry problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle Congruence and (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. MX54-02 11 Similarity problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student applies the concept of congruence the student justifies and applies triangle Interpret Different Views (One Credit). to justify properties of figures and solve congruence relationships. PX51-01 11 of an Object problems. Following are performance descriptions. 111.34. Geometry The student uses similarity properties and the student justifies and applies triangle Divide Weird Shapes PX52-01 11 (One Credit). transformations to explore and justify congruence relationships. into Familiar Shapes conjectures about geometric figures. 111.34. Geometry The student uses similarity properties and the student justifies and applies triangle Translation and MX50-01 11 (One Credit). transformations to explore and justify congruence relationships. Reflection conjectures about geometric figures. 111.34. Geometry The student uses similarity properties and the student justifies and applies triangle MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation 11 (One Credit). transformations to explore and justify congruence relationships. conjectures about geometric figures. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student uses similarity properties and the student justifies and applies triangle Interpret Different Views PX51-01 11 (One Credit). transformations to explore and justify congruence relationships. of an Object conjectures about geometric figures. Divide Weird Shapes 111.34. Geometry The student uses ratios to solve problems the student justifies and applies triangle PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes (One Credit). involving similar figures. congruence relationships. Interpret Different Views 111.34. Geometry The student uses ratios to solve problems the student justifies and applies triangle PX51-01 11 of an Object (One Credit). involving similar figures. congruence relationships. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Divide Weird Shapes (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX15-01 Triangle Basics 11 relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX15-02 Perpendicular Bisectors 11 relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX15-03 Equilateral Triangles 11 relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX15-04 Altitude 11 relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Area and Perimeter of (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX15-05 11 Triangles relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Area and Perimeter of (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX15-06 11 Right Triangles relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Area and Perimeter of (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX15-07 11 Equilateral Triangles relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Angles and (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX40-01 11 Trigonometric Functions relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Trigonometric Identities (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX40-02 11 and Formulas relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Periodicity of (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. MX40-03 11 Trigonometric Functions relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry In a variety of ways, the student develops, the student justifies and applies triangle Interpret Different Views (One Credit). applies, and justifies triangle similarity congruence relationships. PX51-01 11 of an Object relationships, such as right triangle ratios, trigonometric ratios, and Pythagorean triples. 111.34. Geometry The student describes the effect on perimeter, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). area, and volume when length, width, or height congruence relationships. Divide Weird Shapes PX52-01 11 of a three-dimensional solid is changed and into Familiar Shapes applies this idea in solving problems. 111.34. Geometry The student describes the effect on perimeter, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). area, and volume when length, width, or height congruence relationships. MX17-01 Rectangular Solids 11 of a three-dimensional solid is changed and applies this idea in solving problems. 111.34. Geometry The student describes the effect on perimeter, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). area, and volume when length, width, or height congruence relationships. MX17-02 Cubes 11 of a three-dimensional solid is changed and applies this idea in solving problems. Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.34. Geometry The student describes the effect on perimeter, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). area, and volume when length, width, or height congruence relationships. MX17-03 Cylinders 11 of a three-dimensional solid is changed and applies this idea in solving problems. 111.34. Geometry The student describes the effect on perimeter, the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). area, and volume when length, width, or height congruence relationships. Interpret Different Views PX51-01 11 of a three-dimensional solid is changed and of an Object applies this idea in solving problems. 111.34. Geometry The student defines functions, describes the student justifies and applies triangle (One Credit). characteristics of functions, and translates congruence relationships. among verbal, numerical, graphical, and Divide Weird Shapes symbolic representations of functions, including PX52-01 11 into Familiar Shapes polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe parent functions symbolically and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates graphically, including y = xn, y = ln x, y = Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and loga x, y = Angles and symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-01 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe parent functions symbolically and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates graphically, including y = xn, y = ln x, y = Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and loga x, y = Trigonometric Identities symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-02 12 and Formulas polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe parent functions symbolically and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates graphically, including y = xn, y = ln x, y = Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and loga x, y = Periodicity of symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-03 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes ex, y = ax, y = sin x, etc.; (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbolic representations of functions, including MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes ex, y = ax, y = sin x, etc.; (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbolic representations of functions, including MX109-02 Form and Function 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes determine the domain and range of (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates functions using graphs, tables, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbols; Angles and symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-01 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes determine the domain and range of (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates functions using graphs, tables, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbols; Trigonometric Identities symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-02 12 and Formulas polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes determine the domain and range of (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates functions using graphs, tables, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbols; Periodicity of symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-03 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes determine the domain and range of (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates functions using graphs, tables, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbols; symbolic representations of functions, including MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes determine the domain and range of (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates functions using graphs, tables, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbols; symbolic representations of functions, including MX109-02 Form and Function 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe symmetry of graphs of even and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates odd functions; Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and Angles and symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-01 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe symmetry of graphs of even and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates odd functions; Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and Trigonometric Identities symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-02 12 and Formulas polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe symmetry of graphs of even and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates odd functions; Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and Periodicity of symbolic representations of functions, including MX40-03 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe symmetry of graphs of even and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates odd functions; Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbolic representations of functions, including MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes describe symmetry of graphs of even and (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates odd functions; Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and symbolic representations of functions, including MX109-02 Form and Function 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes recognize and use connections among (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates significant points of a function (roots, Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and maximum points, and minimum points), Angles and symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function, and the symbolic MX40-01 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, representation of a function; and logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes recognize and use connections among (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates significant points of a function (roots, Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and maximum points, and minimum points), Trigonometric Identities symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function, and the symbolic MX40-02 12 and Formulas polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, representation of a function; and logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes recognize and use connections among (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates significant points of a function (roots, Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and maximum points, and minimum points), Periodicity of symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function, and the symbolic MX40-03 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, representation of a function; and logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes recognize and use connections among (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates significant points of a function (roots, Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and maximum points, and minimum points), symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function, and the symbolic MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, representation of a function; and logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes recognize and use connections among (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates significant points of a function (roots, Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and maximum points, and minimum points), symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function, and the symbolic MX109-02 Form and Function 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, representation of a function; and logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes investigate continuity, end behavior, (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates vertical and horizontal asymptotes, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and limits and connect these characteristics to Angles and symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function. MX40-01 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes investigate continuity, end behavior, (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates vertical and horizontal asymptotes, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and limits and connect these characteristics to Trigonometric Identities symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function. MX40-02 12 and Formulas polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes investigate continuity, end behavior, (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates vertical and horizontal asymptotes, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and limits and connect these characteristics to Periodicity of symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function. MX40-03 12 Trigonometric Functions polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student defines functions, describes investigate continuity, end behavior, (One-Half to One characteristics of functions, and translates vertical and horizontal asymptotes, and Credit). among verbal, numerical, graphical, and limits and connect these characteristics to symbolic representations of functions, including the graph of a function. MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and piecewise- defined functions. The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the investigate continuity, end behavior, (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and vertical and horizontal asymptotes, and MX109-02 Form and Function 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The limits and connect these characteristics to student is expected to: the graph of a function. 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the apply basic transformations, including a • Translation and (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and f(x), f(x) + d, f(x - c), f(b • x), |f(x)|, f(|x|), to MX50-01 12 Reflection Credit). operations on functions within a context. The the parent functions; student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the apply basic transformations, including a • (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and f(x), f(x) + d, f(x - c), f(b • x), |f(x)|, f(|x|), to MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The the parent functions; student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the apply basic transformations, including a • (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and f(x), f(x) + d, f(x - c), f(b • x), |f(x)|, f(|x|), to MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The the parent functions; student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the apply basic transformations, including a • (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and f(x), f(x) + d, f(x - c), f(b • x), |f(x)|, f(|x|), to MX109-02 Form and Function 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The the parent functions; student is expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the perform operations including composition (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and on functions, find inverses, and describe MX41-01 Graphs 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The these procedures and results verbally, student is expected to: numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the perform operations including composition (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and on functions, find inverses, and describe MX41-02 Diagrams 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The these procedures and results verbally, student is expected to: numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the perform operations including composition (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and on functions, find inverses, and describe MX41-03 Tables 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The these procedures and results verbally, student is expected to: numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the perform operations including composition (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and on functions, find inverses, and describe MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The these procedures and results verbally, student is expected to: numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the perform operations including composition (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and on functions, find inverses, and describe MX109-02 Form and Function 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The these procedures and results verbally, student is expected to: numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the perform operations including composition (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and on functions, find inverses, and describe MX41-01 Graphs 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The these procedures and results verbally, student is expected to: numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and 111.35. Precalculus The student interprets the meaning of the perform operations including composition (One-Half to One symbolic representations of functions and on functions, find inverses, and describe MX41-02 Diagrams 12 Credit). operations on functions within a context. The these procedures and results verbally, student is expected to: numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student uses functions and their properties perform operations including composition (One-Half to One to model and solve real-life problems. The on functions, find inverses, and describe MX41-03 Tables 12 Credit). student is expected to: these procedures and results verbally, numerically, symbolically, and graphically; and 111.35. Precalculus The student uses functions and their properties use functions such as logarithmic, Angles and MX40-01 12 (One-Half to One to model and solve real-life problems. The exponential, trigonometric, polynomial, Trigonometric Functions Credit). student is expected to: etc. to model real-life data; 111.35. Precalculus The student uses functions and their properties use functions such as logarithmic, Trigonometric Identities MX40-02 12 (One-Half to One to model and solve real-life problems. The exponential, trigonometric, polynomial, and Formulas Credit). student is expected to: etc. to model real-life data; 111.35. Precalculus The student uses functions and their properties use functions such as logarithmic, Periodicity of MX40-03 12 (One-Half to One to model and solve real-life problems. The exponential, trigonometric, polynomial, Trigonometric Functions Credit). student is expected to: etc. to model real-life data; 111.35. Precalculus The student uses functions and their properties use regression to determine a function to MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 (One-Half to One to model and solve real-life problems. The model real-life data; Credit). student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses functions and their properties use regression to determine a function to MX109-02 Form and Function 12 (One-Half to One to model and solve real-life problems. The model real-life data; Credit). student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses functions and their properties use properties of functions to analyze and MX109-01 Time for a Change 12 (One-Half to One to model and solve real-life problems. The solve problems and make predictions; and Credit). student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses sequences and series to use properties of functions to analyze and MX109-02 Form and Function 12 (One-Half to One represent, analyze, and solve real-life problems. solve problems and make predictions; and Credit). The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses sequences and series to represent patterns using arithmetic and Recognize Famous MX53-01 12 (One-Half to One represent, analyze, and solve real-life problems. geometric sequences and series; Patterns Credit). The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses sequences and series to represent patterns using arithmetic and MX53-02 Solve Pattern Problems 12 (One-Half to One represent, analyze, and solve real-life problems. geometric sequences and series; Credit). The student is expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses conic sections, their use properties of conic sections to (One-Half to One properties, and parametric representations to describe physical phenomena such as the MX51-01 Prisms 12 Credit). model physical situations. The student is reflective properties of light and sound; expected to: Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.35. Precalculus The student uses conic sections, their use properties of conic sections to (One-Half to One properties, and parametric representations to describe physical phenomena such as the MX51-02 Pyramids 12 Credit). model physical situations. The student is reflective properties of light and sound; expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses conic sections, their use properties of conic sections to (One-Half to One properties, and parametric representations to describe physical phenomena such as the MX51-03 Cones 12 Credit). model physical situations. The student is reflective properties of light and sound; expected to: 111.35. Precalculus The student uses conic sections, their use properties of conic sections to (One-Half to One properties, and parametric representations to describe physical phenomena such as the MX51-04 Spheres 12 Credit). model physical situations. The student is reflective properties of light and sound; expected to: 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Cancel Out Numbers or PX01-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Expressions Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Translate Words into PX02-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Math Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; PX03-01 Use What You Know 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; PX07-01 Plug in a Number 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Simplify to Avoid Tedious PX12-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Calculations Applications (One- Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; PX14-01 Eliminate Choices 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Recognize Relevant PX15-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Information Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Change to Equivalent PX41-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Forms Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Check Your Answers, PX42-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Not Your Equations Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Distribute All The Way PX43-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Through Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Round Off and PX37-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Guesstimate Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; Use Your Calculator PX37-02 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Sparingly Applications (One- Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; PX37-03 Show Your Work 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and compare and analyze various methods for Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- solving a real-life problem; PX37-04 Check Backwards 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Cancel Out Numbers or PX01-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Expressions Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Translate Words into PX02-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Math Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to PX03-01 Use What You Know 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to PX07-01 Plug in a Number 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Simplify to Avoid Tedious PX12-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Calculations Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to PX14-01 Eliminate Choices 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Recognize Relevant PX15-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Information Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Change to Equivalent PX41-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Forms Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Check Your Answers, PX42-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Not Your Equations Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Distribute All The Way PX43-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Through Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Round Off and PX37-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Guesstimate Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to Use Your Calculator PX37-02 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Sparingly Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to PX37-03 Show Your Work 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and use multiple approaches (algebraic, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- graphical, and geometric methods) to PX37-04 Check Backwards 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: solve problems from a variety of Applications (One- disciplines; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Cancel Out Numbers or PX01-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Expressions Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Translate Words into PX02-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Math Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the PX03-01 Use What You Know 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the PX07-01 Plug in a Number 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Simplify to Avoid Tedious PX12-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Calculations Applications (One- Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the PX14-01 Eliminate Choices 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Recognize Relevant PX15-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Information Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Change to Equivalent PX41-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Forms Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Check Your Answers, PX42-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Not Your Equations Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Distribute All The Way PX43-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Through Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Round Off and PX37-01 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Guesstimate Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the Use Your Calculator PX37-02 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Sparingly Applications (One- Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses a variety of strategies and select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical approaches to solve both routine and non- defend the method, and justify the PX37-03 Show Your Work 12 Models with routine problems. The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical select a method to solve a problem, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. defend the method, and justify the PX37-04 Check Backwards 12 Models with The student is expected to: reasonableness of the results. Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical interpret information from various graphs, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. including line graphs, bar graphs, circle MX18-01 Tangents to a Circle 12 Models with The student is expected to: graphs, histograms, and scatterplots to Applications (One- draw conclusions from the data; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical interpret information from various graphs, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. including line graphs, bar graphs, circle MX18-02 Central Angles 12 Models with The student is expected to: graphs, histograms, and scatterplots to Applications (One- draw conclusions from the data; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical interpret information from various graphs, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. including line graphs, bar graphs, circle MX18-03 Inscribed Angles 12 Models with The student is expected to: graphs, histograms, and scatterplots to Applications (One- draw conclusions from the data; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical interpret information from various graphs, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. including line graphs, bar graphs, circle MX18-04 Two Tangents to a Circle 12 Models with The student is expected to: graphs, histograms, and scatterplots to Applications (One- draw conclusions from the data; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical interpret information from various graphs, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. including line graphs, bar graphs, circle Area and Circumference MX18-05 12 Models with The student is expected to: graphs, histograms, and scatterplots to of a Circle Applications (One- draw conclusions from the data; Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical interpret information from various graphs, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. including line graphs, bar graphs, circle Understand Scatter plot MX111-01 12 Models with The student is expected to: graphs, histograms, and scatterplots to Data Applications (One- draw conclusions from the data; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical analyze numerical data using measures of Evaluate Predictions or Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. central tendency, variability, and Conclusions Based on MX46-02 12 Models with The student is expected to: correlation in order to make inferences; Numerical or Graphical Applications (One- Information Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical analyze graphs from journals, Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. newspapers, and other sources to MX61-02 Look at the Slope 12 Models with The student is expected to: determine the validity of stated arguments; Applications (One- and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses graphical and numerical use regression methods available through Mathematical techniques to study patterns and analyze data. technology to describe various models for Solve Systems of Linear Models with The student is expected to: data such as linear, quadratic, MX55-01 12 Equations Algebraically Applications (One- exponential, etc., select the most Half to One Credit). appropriate model, and use the model to interpret information. 111.36. The student develops and implements a plan use regression methods available through Mathematical for collecting and analyzing data in order to technology to describe various models for Solve Systems of Linear Models with make decisions. The student is expected to: data such as linear, quadratic, MX55-02 12 Equations Graphically Applications (One- exponential, etc., select the most Half to One Credit). appropriate model, and use the model to interpret information. 111.36. The student uses probability models to compare theoretical and empirical Mathematical describe everyday situations involving chance. probability; and A Closer Look at MX52-01 12 Models with The student is expected to: Probability Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses probability models to compare theoretical and empirical Mathematical describe everyday situations involving chance. probability; and MX52-02 Effect of Replacement 12 Models with The student is expected to: Applications (One- Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses probability models to compare theoretical and empirical Mathematical describe everyday situations involving chance. probability; and MX52-03 Compound Events 12 Models with The student is expected to: Applications (One- Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses functional relationships to use rates, linear functions, and direct Mathematical solve problems related to personal income. The variation to solve problems involving MX10-01 Distance Problems 12 Models with student is expected to: personal finance and budgeting, including Applications (One- compensations and deductions; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses functional relationships to use rates, linear functions, and direct Mathematical solve problems related to personal income. The variation to solve problems involving MX10-02 Work Problems 12 Models with student is expected to: personal finance and budgeting, including Applications (One- compensations and deductions; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses functional relationships to use rates, linear functions, and direct Mathematical solve problems related to personal income. The variation to solve problems involving Work Problems--An MX10-03 12 Models with student is expected to: personal finance and budgeting, including Alternative Method Applications (One- compensations and deductions; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses functional relationships to use rates, linear functions, and direct Mathematical solve problems related to personal income. The variation to solve problems involving MX10-04 Mixture Problems 12 Models with student is expected to: personal finance and budgeting, including Applications (One- compensations and deductions; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses functional relationships to use rates, linear functions, and direct Mathematical solve problems related to personal income. The variation to solve problems involving Solve Systems of Linear MX55-01 12 Models with student is expected to: personal finance and budgeting, including Equations Algebraically Applications (One- compensations and deductions; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses functional relationships to use rates, linear functions, and direct Mathematical solve problems related to personal income. The variation to solve problems involving Solve Systems of Linear MX55-02 12 Models with student is expected to: personal finance and budgeting, including Equations Graphically Applications (One- compensations and deductions; Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses algebraic formulas, numerical analyze types of savings options involving Mathematical techniques, and graphs to solve problems simple and compound interest and MX05-01 What's a Percent ? 12 Models with related to financial planning. The student is compare relative advantages of these Applications (One- expected to: options; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic formulas, numerical analyze types of savings options involving Mathematical techniques, and graphs to solve problems simple and compound interest and Change from Decimals MX05-02 12 Models with related to financial planning. The student is compare relative advantages of these to Percents or Fractions Applications (One- expected to: options; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic formulas, numerical analyze types of savings options involving Mathematical techniques, and graphs to solve problems simple and compound interest and MX05-03 Identify Equivalents 12 Models with related to financial planning. The student is compare relative advantages of these Applications (One- expected to: options; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic formulas, numerical analyze types of savings options involving Mathematical techniques, and graphs to solve problems simple and compound interest and Use Percent to Calculate MX05-04 12 Models with related to financial planning. The student is compare relative advantages of these Interest Applications (One- expected to: options; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic formulas, numerical analyze types of savings options involving Mathematical techniques, and graphs to solve problems simple and compound interest and Use Percent to Calculate MX05-05 12 Models with related to financial planning. The student is compare relative advantages of these Discount Applications (One- expected to: options; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic formulas, numerical analyze types of savings options involving Mathematical techniques, and graphs to solve problems simple and compound interest and Find Percent of a Given MX05-06 12 Models with related to financial planning. The student is compare relative advantages of these Quantity Applications (One- expected to: options; Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic and geometric use geometric transformations, symmetry, Mathematical models to represent patterns and structures. and perspective drawings to describe Translation and MX50-01 12 Models with The student is expected to: mathematical patterns and structure in art Reflection Applications (One- and architecture; and Half to One Credit). Skill/ Skill/ Strategy Name Grade Course Name Standard Text Objective Text Strategy # 111.36. The student uses algebraic and geometric use geometric transformations, symmetry, Mathematical models to represent patterns and structures. and perspective drawings to describe MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation 12 Models with The student is expected to: mathematical patterns and structure in art Applications (One- and architecture; and Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic and geometric use geometric transformations, Mathematical models to represent patterns and structures. proportions, and periodic motion to Translation and MX50-01 12 Models with The student is expected to: describe mathematical patterns and Reflection Applications (One- structure in music. Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic and geometric use geometric transformations, Mathematical models to represent patterns and structures. proportions, and periodic motion to MX50-02 Dilation and Rotation 12 Models with The student is expected to: describe mathematical patterns and Applications (One- structure in music. Half to One Credit). 111.36. The student uses algebraic and geometric use geometric transformations, Mathematical models to represent patterns and structures. proportions, and periodic motion to MX03-01 Ratios 12 Models with The student is expected to: describe mathematical patterns and Applications (One- structure in music. 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