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  • Vocabulary Terms 411
  • Performance Tasks 322
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Test Standards

  1. (9.2.1.1) Definition of a function
  2. (9.2.1.2) Distinguish bet. functions & other relations
  3. (9.2.1.3) Domain of a function
  4. (9.2.1.5) Identify vertex, line of symmetry, & intercepts
  5. (9.2.1.6) Identify intercepts, zeros, maxima, minima, & levels of increase & decrease
  6. (9.2.1.7) Understand & identify asymptotes
  7. (9.2.1.8) Make qualitative statements
  8. (9.2.1.9) Translations effect on forms of a function
  9. (9.2.2.1) Solve problems using linear & quadratic functions
  10. (9.2.2.2) Solve problems using exponential functions
  11. (9.2.2.3) Sketch graphs of functions
  12. (9.2.2.4) Express terms recursively
  13. (9.2.2.5) Solve problems using finite geometric sequences
  14. (9.2.2.6) Sketch graphs of common non-linear functions
  15. (9.2.3.1) Evaluate various expressions at specified points
  16. (9.2.3.2) Add, subtract, multiply, & divide polynomials
  17. (9.2.3.3) Factor common monomial factors
  18. (9.2.3.4) Add, subtract, multiply, divide & simplify algebraic fractions
  19. (9.2.3.5) Determine if complex number is a solution
  20. (9.2.3.6) Apply properties of positive & negative rational exponents
  21. (9.2.3.7) Generating equivalent expressions
  22. (9.2.4.1) Quadratic equations and inequalities
  23. (9.2.4.2) Equations involving exponential functions
  24. (9.2.4.3) Number systems need to be extended
  25. (9.2.4.4) Systems of linear inequalities
  26. (9.2.4.5) Solve linear programming problems
  27. (9.2.4.6) Absolute value inequalities
  28. (9.2.4.7) Solve equations that contain radical expressions
  29. (9.2.4.8) Assess the reasonableness of a solution
  1. (9.3.1.1) Pyramids, cones, & spheres
  2. (9.3.1.2) Compose and decompose 2D & 3D figures
  3. (9.3.1.3) Assign, apply, & convert between units
  4. (9.3.1.4) Effect of a scale factor k
  5. (9.3.2.2) Interpret and use words and phrases
  6. (9.3.2.4) Construct logical arguments
  7. (9.3.3.1) Know and apply properties of lines
  8. (9.3.3.2) Know and apply properties of angles
  9. (9.3.3.3) Know and apply properties of triangles
  10. (9.3.3.4) Apply the Pythagorean Theorem
  11. (9.3.3.5) Properties of right triangles
  12. (9.3.3.6) Properties of congruent and similar figures
  13. (9.3.3.7) Use properties of polygons
  14. (9.3.3.8) Properties of a circle
  15. (9.3.4.1) Properties of similar right triangles
  16. (9.3.4.2) Use sine, cosine, & tangent
  17. (9.3.4.4) Use coordinate geometry
  18. (9.3.4.5) Equation for the graph of a circle with radius r and center (h,k)
  19. (9.3.4.6) Use various representations of transformations
  20. (9.3.4.7) Use algebra to solve geometric problems
  1. (9.4.1.1) Describe a data set using data displays
  2. (9.4.1.2) Analyze effects on summary statistics
  3. (9.4.1.3) Use scatterplots to analyze patterns
  4. (9.4.1.4) Mean and standard deviation of a data set
  5. (9.4.2.2) Misleading uses of data
  6. (9.4.2.3) Design simple experiments
  7. (9.4.3.1) Select & apply counting procedures
  8. (9.4.3.2) Calculate experimental probabilities
  9. (9.4.3.3) Understand the Law of Large Numbers
  10. (9.4.3.4) Use random numbers
  11. (9.4.3.5) Apply probability concepts
  12. (9.4.3.6) Describe the concepts of intersections
  13. (9.4.3.7) Understand/use simple probability formulas
  14. (9.4.3.8) Apply probability concepts to real-world situations
  15. (9.4.3.9) Conditional probabilities & relative frequencies