Prentice Hall Algebra Correlated to: Illinois Math Assessment Frameworks (Grade 11)


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1 Mathematics State Goal 6: Number Sense Grade 11 Standard 6A Representations and Ordering Recognize, represent, order, compare real numbers, and locate real numbers on a number line (e.g., π, Ö 2, Ö 5, 2/3, 1.6) Represent numbers in equivalent forms (e.g., fraction/decimal/percent, exponential/logarithmic, radical/rational exponents, absolute value, scientific notation). SE/TE: 1622, 2328, 3036, 3844, 45, 4652, , , , , 432, , , , SE/TE: 1015, 1622, 2328, 3036, 3844, 48, 77, , , , , , 432, , Use matrices to organize data. SE/TE: , Standards 6B, 6C Computation, Operations, Estimation, and Properties Apply the rules of order of operations to realnumber expressions Simplify or test expressions by applying field properties (commutative, associative, distributive), order properties (transitive, reflexive, symmetric), and properties of equality for the set of real numbers Apply number theory concepts to the solution of problems (e.g., prime and composite numbers, prime factorization, greatest common factor, least common multiple, divisibility rules) Determine the effects of operations on the magnitudes of quantities (e.g., multiplication, division, powers, roots) Determine the appropriate solution, including rounding, from a context (e.g., rounding up, down, to the nearest integer) Solve problems involving estimates or data (e.g., use averages to estimate the cost of a job that includes labor and materials) Perform numerical computations with real numbers Perform numerical computations with nonreal complex numbers Solve problems using simple matrix operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, scalar multiplication) Set up, evaluate, or solve single and multistep number sentences and word problems with rational numbers using the four basic operations. SE/TE: SE/TE: 2328, 3233, 4041, 4652, 8187, 9497, , , , 184, , 485, SE/TE: , 514, SE/TE: 1015, 1617, 2328, 3844, 4652, 120, , , , , 432, , , , SE/TE: 17, 21, 55, 57, 119, 122, 191, 465, 569, 788 SE/TE: 17, 21, 55, 57, 119, 122, 191, 465, 569, , , 788 SE/TE: 1015, 1617, 2328, 3844, 4652, 120, , , , , 432, , , , Students are introduced to imaginary numbers in Prentice Hall Algebra 2. SE/TE: , SE/TE: 5358, 59, 80, 8187, 8893, , 101, , , , , 185, , ,
2 Determine the most cost effective option using single and multistep calculations and then comparing results Judge the reasonableness of solutions, and find mistakes in calculation, logic, and formula application Simplify numerical problems involving absolute value. Standard 6D Ratios, Proportions, and Percents Set up, evaluate, or solve number sentences or word problems involving ratios and proportions with rational numbers (e.g., scale drawing, unit rate, scale factor, rate of change) Set up, evaluate, or solve common problems involving percent (e.g., sales tax, tip, interest, discount, markup, commission, compound interest) Set up, evaluate, or solve problems stated in terms of direct and inverse variation of simple quantities. Mathematics State Goal 7: Measurement Prentice Hall Algebra 1 students graph systems of linear inequalities. Students apply this skill to solve linear programming (optimization) problems in Prentice Hall Algebra 2. SE/TE: 182, , 402, 403, 545 SE/TE: 8, 21, 33, 57, 99, 128, 176, 192, 212, 244, 264, 295, 322, 344, 382 SE/TE: 31, 36, SE/TE: , , , , , 151, 182, 212, , 437, 449 SE/TE: , , 191, 266, , 462, , 759, 772, 799 SE/TE: , Standards 7A, 7B, 7C Units, Tools, Estimation, and Applications Change from one unit to another within the same system of measurement, including calculations with mixed units (e.g., 3½ hours plus 4 hours and 20 minutes; 2½ feet minus 16 inches) Change from one unit in one system of measurement to a unit in another system of measurement, given a conversion factor Determine and calculate to an indicated precision the length, width, height, perimeter/circumference, area, volume, surface area, angle measures, or sums of angle measures of common geometric figures or combinations of common geometric figures Describe the general trends of how the change in one measure affects other measures in the same figure (e.g., length, area, volume) Determine the linear measure, perimeter, area, surface area, and volume of similar figures Determine the ratio of perimeters, areas, and volumes of figures. SE/TE: 35, 43, , 191 SE/TE: 35, 43, , 191 SE/TE: 1415, , 147, 150, 251, 265, 438, 484, 490, 497, 521, 522, 566, , 654 SE/TE: 15, , 149, 437, 640 SE/TE: , 151, 437 SE/TE: 437 2
3 Use measures expressed as rates (e.g., speed, density), measures expressed as products (e.g., persondays), and dimensional analysis (e.g., converting ft/sec to yards/min) to solve problems. Mathematics State Goal 8: Algebra Standard 8A Representations, Patterns, and Expressions Simplify or identify equivalent algebraic expressions (e.g., exponential, rational, logarithmic, factored, polynomial) Represent mathematical relationships using symbolic algebra Identify essential quantitative relationships in a situation, and determine the class or classes of functions (e.g., linear, quadratic, exponential) that model the relationships Determine a specific term, a finite sum, or a rule that generates terms of a pattern Model and describe slope as a constant rate of change Evaluate variable expressions and functions. Standard 8B Connections Using Tables, Graphs, and Symbols Identify an equation of a line or an equation of a line of best fit from given information (e.g., from a set of ordered pairs, graphs, tables) Recognize and describe the general shape and properties of functions from graphs, tables, or equations (e.g., linear, absolute value, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic) Identify slope from an equation, table of values, or graph Interpret the role of the coefficients and constants on the graphs of linear and quadratic functions, given a set of equations Analyze functions by investigating domain, range, rates of change, intercepts, and zeros Create and connect representations that are tabular, graphic, numeric, and symbolic from a set of data. SE/TE: 35, 43, , 151, 182, 191, 212, , SE/TE: 2328, 3233, 4041, 4652, 9497, , , 415, 417, 427, , , 485, , SE/TE: 49, 5358, 8187, 8893, , , , , , , , , , , SE/TE: , , , , 305, , 341, , , , , 547, , 581, SE/TE: 6, 43, 55, 6166, , , , , 422, 432, , 494, SE/TE: , , 305, , , , , , 341 SE/TE: 1214, 43, 5456, 82, , , 165, 191, 207, 263, 269, 416, 457, 602, 605 SE/TE: , 305, , , , , , 341, 348 SE/TE: 6266, , , , , , , , , , , , , , SE/TE: , , 305, , , , , , 341 SE/TE: , , , , 273, 280, , , , , , , , 449, SE/TE: , , 305, , , , , , 341, 455, 457, 535, , , 554 SE/TE: , 341, 352, , 581, 588, , , , 733, , 740, , 748 3
4 Represent quantitative relationships graphically, and interpret the meaning of the graph or a specific part of the graph as it relates to the situation represented by the graph. Standards 8C, 8D Writing, Interpreting, and Solving Equations Model problems using mathematical functions and relations (e.g., linear, nonlinear) Interpret the graph of a system of equations and inequalities, including cases where there are no solutions Solve linear equations and inequalities, including selecting and evaluating formulas Solve systems of equations and inequalities Solve quadratic equations over the complex number system, including selecting and evaluating formulas Solve problems that include nonlinear functions, including selecting and evaluating formulas (i.e., absolute value, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential) Identify, interpret, and write equations for circles and other conic sections Recognize and apply mathematical and algebraic axioms, theorems of algebra, and deductive reasoning Identify equivalent forms of equations, inequalities, and systems of equations. Mathematics State Goal 9: Geometry Standard 9A Properties of Single Figures and Coordinate Geometry SE/TE: , , , , 273, 280, 305, , , , , , 347, 449, SE/TE: 62, 242, , , 276, , , 330, 335, 361, , , , , 537 SE/TE: , 366, 383, , 402, SE/TE: 5358, 59, 80, 8187, 8893, , 101, , , , , 185, , , 221 SE/TE: , 366, 367, , , , , , 402, SE/TE: , 554, , , SE/TE: , , 256, 271, , 347, , , , 547, 557, 569, , 581, 636 SE/TE: , , 547, , 554, 565, 582, 584, 586 SE/TE: 2328, 3233, 4041, 4652, 9497, , 184, , 485, SE/TE: 5358, 80, 8187, 8893, , 101, , , , , 185, , , , Apply the Pythagorean theorem. SE/TE: 2122, Identify and represent transformations (rotations, reflections, translations, dilations) of an object in the plane, and describe the effects of transformations on points in words or coordinates Determine how changing the scale factor affects the size and position of a figure in the plane Classify plane figures according to their properties. SE/TE: , 347, , 549, 618, SE/TE: 15, , , 151, 259, 437, 449 Students classify plane figures according to their properties in Prentice Hall Geometry. SE/TE:
5 Identify, apply, or solve problems that require knowledge of geometric properties of plane figures (e.g., triangles, quadrilaterals, parallel lines cut by a transversal, angles, diagonals, triangle inequality) Identify a threedimensional object from different perspectives Identify the relationship between twodimensional patterns (e.g., nets) and related threedimensional objects (e.g., cylinders, prisms, cones) Identify two and threedimensional figures that would match a set of given conditions Solve problems that involve calculating distance, midpoint, and slope using coordinate geometry Identify, apply, and solve problems that require knowledge of geometric relationships of circles (e.g. arcs, chords, tangents, secants, central angles, inscribed angles) Graph, locate, and identify points on a coordinate system. SE/TE: 2122, 92, 99, 107, , 187, 190, 372, 389, 430, 439, 478, 484, 490, 495 SE/TE: 14, 114, , 147, 150, 251, 265, 438, 484, 490, 522, 566, 654 SE/TE: , 251 Students identify two and threedimensional figures that would match a set of given conditions in Prentice Hall Geometry. SE/TE: Standard 9B Relationships Between and Among Multiple Figures SE/TE: 114, , 308, , 335, 348, 605 Students learn and apply properties of arcs, chords, tangents, secants, central angles, and inscribed angles in Prentice Hall Geometry. SE/TE: 21, , 590, Solve problems involving similar figures. SE/TE: Solve problems using triangle congruence Describe how two or more objects are related in space (e.g., skew lines, the possible ways three planes might intersect) Identify relationships between circles and other objects in the plane (e.g., inscribed circles, concentric circles, internal/external tangency). Standard 9C Justifications of Conjectures and Conclusions Recognize and apply the conditions that assure congruence and similarity Recognize and apply mathematical and geometric axioms, fundamental theorems of geometry, and deductive reasoning Identify a counterexample to disprove a conjecture. SE/TE: 60, 6266, , , , , , , 280, , , , 402, 449, Students solve problems using triangle congruence in Prentice Hall Geometry. Students describe how two or more objects are related in space, including skew lines and intersecting planes, in Prentice Hall Geometry. Students learn and apply properties of inscribed, concentric, and tangent circles in Prentice Hall Geometry. SE/TE: SE/TE: 2122, 92, 99, 110, 187, 258, 264, 372, 430, 439, 478, 484, 490, 495, 807 SE/TE:
6 Standard 9D Trigonometry Determine distances and angle measures using indirect measurement (e.g., properties of right triangles, Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Solve problems using and triangles Identify graphs of a given trigonometric function (sin x, cos x) using its characteristics (e.g., period, amplitude) Define, identify, and evaluate trigonometric ratios Use trigonometric identities (e.g., sin2x + cos2x = 1) SE/TE: 632, Students solve problems using and triangles in Geometry. SE/TE: 258, 634, 635, 640 Students graph trigonometric functions in Prentice Hall Algebra 2. SE/TE: 632, Mathematics State Goal 10: Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability Standards 10A, 10B Data Analysis and Statistics Read, interpret, predict, interpolate, extrapolate, and use information from a variety of graphs, charts, and tables Translate from one representation of data to another (e.g., a bar graph to a circle graph) Solve problems involving Venn diagrams Find an unknown value in a dataset given information about descriptive statistics Calculate, interpret, and use measures of central tendency and dispersion Compare two or more data sets on measures of central tendency and dispersion. Standard 10C Probability Compute the probability of an event composed of single or repeated trials with or without replacement Compute probabilities for compound events Determine geometric probability based on area Apply counting techniques (e.g., permutations, combinations, Fundamental Counting Principle). Students use trigonometric identities in Prentice Hall Algebra 2. SE/TE: , , , 733, , 740, , 748 SE/TE: 714, 718, , , 773 SE/TE: 196, 198, SE/TE: , 730 SE/TE: , 733, SE/TE: , 733, SE/TE: , 763, , , 773 SE/TE: , SE/TE: 762 SE/TE: , 777 6
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