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1 T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s C O M P E T E N C Y 1 KNOWLEDGE OF ALGEBRA... 1 SKILL 1.1: Apply the properties of real numbers: closure, commutative, associative, distributive, transitive, identities, and inverses...3 SKILL 1.2: Solve linear equations and inequalities in one or two variables, symbolically or graphically...4 SKILL 1.3: Relate the graphical and algebraic representations of linear equations or inequalities on a number line or in the coordinate plane...6 SKILL 1.4: Determine the slope, intercepts, or equation of a line, given appropriate information...9 SKILL 1.5: Formulate and solve systems of linear equations or inequalities, including models of real-world situations...11 SKILL 1.6: Solve equations or inequalities involving absolute value...19 SKILL 1.7: Solve or identify models of real-world problems involving ratio and proportion or involving direct, inverse, and joint variations...21 SKILL 1.8: Solve or identify equations containing rational or radical expressions, including models of real-world situations...23 SKILL 1.9: Solve quadratic equations (including those with complex solutions) using factoring, graphing, completing the square, and applying the quadratic formula...26 SKILL 1.10: Solve or identify models of real-world problems using quadratic equations...29 C O M P E T E N C Y 2 KNOWLEDGE OF ADVANCED ALGEBRA SKILL 2.1: Relate graphical and algebraic representations of nonlinear inequalities...35 SKILL 2.2: Perform arithmetic operations of complex numbers algebraically or geometrically...35 SKILL 2.3: Solve equations involving radicals (index greater than 2), powers, exponents, and logarithms...38 SKILL 2.4: Solve polynomial equations (third-degree or higher)...41 SKILL 2.5: Expand binomials to a positive integral power or determine a specified term of an expansion...45 SKILL 2.6: Perform and model vector addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication on the plane...46 SKILL 2.7: Determine a specified term or rule for an arithmetic or geometric sequence...48 SKILL 2.8: Determine the sum of terms in an arithmetic or geometric sequence...49 SKILL 2.9: Perform operations on matrices...50 SKILL 2.10: Solve and interpret models of real-world problems using discrete structures (e.g., sequences, finite graphs, matrices)...55 T e a c h e r C e r t i f i c a t i o n S t u d y G u i d e iii

2 Table of Contents C O M P E T E N C Y 3 KNOWLEDGE OF FUNCTIONS SKILL 3.1: Determine which relations are functions, given mappings, sets of ordered pairs, rules, and graphs...59 SKILL 3.2: Determine the domain and range of a given function...60 SKILL 3.3: Relate graphs and equations of functions (e.g., absolute value, step, piecewise, polynomial, exponential, periodic)...62 SKILL 3.4: Determine the inverse of a given function or the composition of two functions and their related properties...70 SKILL 3.5: Determine or prove whether a function is symmetric, periodic, or even/odd...72 SKILL 3.6: Determine the graph or equation of a transformed function...73 C O M P E T E N C Y 4 KNOWLEDGE OF GEOMETRY SKILL 4.1: Identify or apply the relation between the perimeter, area, or volume of similar figures...77 SKILL 4.2: Determine the relationship among points, lines, and planes, including the intersections with other two- and three-dimensional figures...79 SKILL 4.3: Differentiate and relate geometric figures and solids according to their properties...80 SKILL 4.4: Derive or apply formulas to find the measures of interior and exterior angles of convex polygons, including their sums...83 SKILL 4.5: Prove or apply properties of quadrilaterals, including models of real-world situations...84 SKILL 4.6: Prove theorems or solve problems with similar or congruent polygons or solids...86 SKILL 4.7: Apply the Pythagorean theorem or its converse, including models of real-world situations...91 SKILL 4.8: Apply or triangle relationships to solve problems...92 SKILL 4.9: Derive or apply formulas for the perimeter, circumference, or area of two-dimensional figures (e.g., circles, sectors, segments, arc lengths, polygons, composite figures)...94 SKILL 4.10: Apply theorems pertaining to the relationships of chords, secants, diameters, radii, and tangents with respect to circles and to each other...98 SKILL 4.11: Prove or apply theorems pertaining to the measures of inscribed angles and angles formed by chords, secants, and tangents SKILL 4.12: Analyze basic geometric constructions (e.g., bisecting angles or line segments, constructing parallels and perpendiculars) SKILL 4.13: Derive or apply formulas for surface area and volume of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres iv F T C E M a t h e m a t i c s 6-1 2

3 C O M P E T E N C Y 5 KNOWLEDGE OF COORDINATE GEOMETRY SKILL 5.1: Apply distance or midpoint formulas involving two points, a point and a line, or two parallel lines SKILL 5.2: Determine the equations or graphs of parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas, and their directrices, foci, vertices, axes, and asymptotes, given appropriate information SKILL 5.3: Determine the equation, graph, center, or radius of a circle, given appropriate information SKILL 5.4: Determine the images of geometric objects on a coordinate plane under translations, rotations, dilations, or reflections, and analyze appropriate properties of images and preimages SKILL 5.5: Determine the equation of a conic section to model real-world situations C O M P E T E N C Y 6 KNOWLEDGE OF TRIGONOMETRY SKILL 6.1: Determine equations of graphs of circular/trigonometric functions and their inverses SKILL 6.2: Prove circular/trigonometric function identities or apply them to solve problems SKILL 6.3: Analyze the graphs of trigonometric functions (e.g., amplitude, period, phase shift) SKILL 6.4: Solve real-world problems involving triangles using the law of sines or the law of cosines SKILL 6.5: Apply trigonometric ratios to solve right triangle problems SKILL 6.6: Determine an equation to model a real-world periodic phenomenon C O M P E T E N C Y 7 KNOWLEDGE OF STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY SKILL 7.1: Interpret data on a single categorical or quantitative variable (e.g., measures of central tendency, spread, location) SKILL 7.2: Interpret data on two categorical or quantitative variables (e.g., correlation, linear regression, two-way tables) or identify an appropriate representation SKILL 7.3: Interpret information from bar graphs, histograms, circle graphs, stem-and-leaf plots, scatter plots, and box-and-whisker graphs, or identify an appropriate representation for given data SKILL 7.4: Identify the processes used to design and conduct statistical experiments, including possible sources of bias SKILL 7.5: Infer and justify conclusions from sample surveys, experimental data, and observational studies SKILL 7.6: Solve problems using the fundamental counting principle, permutations, and combinations SKILL 7.7: Determine probabilities of independent, dependent (i.e., conditional), or compound events using a variety of procedures (e.g., counting procedures, tables, sample spaces, tree diagrams, permutations, combinations) SKILL 7.8: Use probability to evaluate outcomes of decisions, including the use of expected value T e a c h e r C e r t i f i c a t i o n S t u d y G u i d e v

4 Table of Contents C O M P E T E N C Y 8 KNOWLEDGE OF CALCULUS SKILL 8.1: Determine limits using theorems concerning sums, products, and quotients of functions SKILL 8.2: Determine the derivatives of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions SKILL 8.3: Determine the derivative of the sum, product, quotient, or composition of functions SKILL 8.4: Determine the slope or equation of a tangent line to a curve at a point SKILL 8.5: Use the first derivative of a given function in various representations to determine increasing and decreasing intervals or extrema SKILL 8.6: Use the second derivative of a given function in various representations to determine intervals of concavity or points of inflection SKILL 8.7: Solve problems using velocity and acceleration SKILL 8.8: Solve problems using instantaneous rates of change and related rates of change SKILL 8.9: Determine antiderivatives of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions SKILL 8.10: Solve distance, area, and volume problems using integration SKILL 8.11: Relate functions and their derivatives through the use of graphs or tables C O M P E T E N C Y 9 KNOWLEDGE OF MATHEMATICAL REASONING SKILL 9.1: Evaluate arguments or conjectures using laws of logic or counterexamples SKILL 9.2: Identify or compare the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of a conditional statement SKILL 9.3: Analyze mathematical assertions within proofs (e.g., direct, indirect, mathematical induction, algebraic) SKILL 9.4: Classify examples of reasoning as inductive or deductive C O M P E T E N C Y 1 0 KNOWLEDGE OF INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT SKILL 10.1: Analyze students misconceptions and choose instructional approaches to address the misconceptions, with particular focus on number operations, algebra, advanced algebra, functions, and geometry SKILL 10.2: Identify or evaluate diagnostic, formative, or summative assessment items that measure conceptual or procedural understanding SKILL 10.3: Determine the appropriate sequence of lessons for a specific mathematical concept SKILL 10.4: Evaluate student responses to identify misconceptions or gaps in knowledge and provide specific feedback to promote student achievement, including the use of a rubric SKILL 10.5: Analyze a given instructional segment, which may include the selection or use of available tools and resources (e.g., mathematical models, manipulatives, dynamic grapher, interactive geometry drawing tool, computer algebra system, appropriate calculator) SKILL 10.6: Develop and interpret appropriate models for mathematical concepts, including real-world models and equivalent representations (e.g., graphical, symbolic, verbal, numeric) vi F T C E M a t h e m a t i c s 6-1 2

5 SKILL 10.7: Identify or apply methods, strategies, and questioning techniques for teaching problem-solving skills and applications (e.g., constructing tables from given data, guess-and-check, working backward, reasonableness, estimation) SKILL 10.8: Differentiate among various learning environments, including alternative methods of assessment (e.g., performance, portfolios, projects) to accommodate the needs and diversity of students ANSWERS TO PRACTICE PROBLEMS S A M P L E T E S T S SAMPLE TEST Answer Key Rigor Table Answers with Rationales T E A C h e r C e r t i f i C A T i O N S t u d y G u i d e vii

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