MA 11.1.1.c Use drawings, words, and symbols to explain the effects of operations such as multiplication and division on the magnitude of quantities in the real number system, including powers and roots (e.g., if you take the square root of a number, will the result always be smaller than the original number?).
MA 11.1.2 Students will compute with real and complex numbers.
MA 11.1.2.a Compute with subsets of the complex number system, including imaginary, rational, irrational, integers, whole, and natural numbers.
MA 11.2.1.e Analyze and graph linear functions and inequalities (point-slope form, slope-intercept form, standard form, intercepts, rate of change, parallel and perpendicular lines, vertical and horizontal lines, and inequalities).
MA 11.2.3 Students will solve real-world problems involving linear equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations, quadratic, exponential, square root, and absolute value functions.
MA 11.2.3.a Analyze, model, and solve real-world problems using various representations (graphs, tables, linear equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations, quadratic, exponential, square root, and absolute value functions).
MA 11.3.1.g Apply the properties of central angles, inscribed angles, angles formed by intersecting chords, and angles formed by secants and/or tangents to find the measures of angles related to the circle.
MA 11.3.1.h Sketch, draw, and construct appropriate representations of geometric objects using a variety of tools and methods which may include ruler/straight edge, protractor, compass, reflective devices, paper folding, or dynamic geometric software.
MA 11.3.2 Students will determine location, orientation, and relationships on the coordinate plane.
MA 11.3.2.a Derive and apply the midpoint formula.
MA 12.1.1.e (AT) Recognize that, unlike multiplication of numbers, matrix multiplication for square matrices is not a commutative operation, but still satisfies the associative and distributive properties.
MA 12.2.2.d (AT) Find the period, amplitude, and midline of a trigonometric function of the form y=A + Bsin (Cx), where A, B, and C are parameters, and identify these properties on a graph of the function.
MA 12.3.2 Students will determine location, orientation, and relationships on the coordinate plane.
MA 12.3.2.a (AT) Identify features of a function (e.g., local and global maxima and minima, concavity, approximate locations of points of inflection and vertical and horizontal asymptotes) from its graph.