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2 1M-P1 Compare and contrast the real number system and its various subsystems with regard to their structural characteristics. PO 2 PO Apply mathematics calculations. 2.1 Apply basic scientific calculation. 3M-P1 3M-P2 Model real world phenomena (e.g., compound interest or the flight of a ball) using functions and relations (e.g., linear quadratic, sine, and cosine, and exponential). Represent and analyze relationships using written and verbal explanations, tables, equations, graphs and matrices and describe the connections among those representations. 2.2 Apply basic algebraic calculations. IM-P2 0 Construct, interpret and demonstrate meaning for real numbers and absolute value in problem solving situations. PO 8 PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 Page 2 of 2 August 1998

3 PO Apply basic trigonometry calculations 3M-P5 Apply trigonometry to real life problem situations. PO 2 PO Apply basic binary calculations 2.5 Apply basic Boolean algebra calculations 2.7 Apply basic logarithmic calculations. 1M-P1 IM-P2 2M-P6 6M-P5 6M-P1 Compare and contrast the real number system and its various subsystems with regard to their structural characteristics. Construct, interpret and demonstrate meaning for real numbers and absolute value in problem solving situations. PO 2 PO 3 Use experimental or theoretical probability, as appropriate, to represent and solve problems involving uncertainty. Understand the logic of algebraic procedures. PO 2 Use inductive and deductive logic to construct simple valid arguments. PO Apply fundamentals of direct current. 5M-P4 Solve enumeration and finite probability problems. Page 3 of 3 August 1998

4 3.1 Identify circuit elements of a basic circuit from a schematic. PO 5 PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO Measure circuit resistance with an analog and digital meter. 3M-P7 3M-P10 Translate among tabular, symbolic and graphical representations of functions. PO 3 Investigate the limiting process by examining infinite sequences and series and areas under curves. PO Compute power. 3.9 Perform circuit analysis on series circuits. P Perform circuit analysis for parallel circuits 3.11 Perform circuit analysis for parallel-series circuits P10 Page 4 of 4 August 1998

5 5M-P4 Solve enumeration and finite probability problems Build a series - parallel circuit from a schematic 5M-P4 PO 5 Solve enumeration and finite probability problems. PO Evaluate parallel-series circuits Apply fundamentals of alternating current. 4.1 Understand transformer fundamental theory. 5M-P4 5M-P3 1M-P1 1M-P2 Solve enumeration and finite probability problems. PO Develop and analyze algorithms. PO 2 PO 3 Compare and contrast the real number system and its various subsystems with regard to their structural characteristics. PO 2 PO 3 Construct, interpret and demonstrate meaning for real numbers and absolute value in problem solving situations. Page 5 of 5 August 1998

6 4.2 Determine values of an operating RC/RL circuit. PO 8 (Continued) (4.2 Continued) (Continued) 3M-P7 (Continued) Translate among tabular, symbolic and graphical representations of functions. 2M-P1 PO 3 Construct and draw inferences including measures of central tendency, from charts, tables, graphs and data plots that summarize data from real world situations. PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 2M-P2 Use appropriate technology to display and analyze data. 4.3 Test capacitors with an ohm meter. 5M-P1 Represent problem situations using discrete structures such as finite graphs, matrices, sequences and recurrence relations. Represent and analyze finite graphs using matrices. 5M-P2 PO 2 Page 6 of 6 August 1998

7 4.4 Perform circuit analysis on RL. Circuit including time constant. 0 5 PO 2 PO Perform circuit analysis on RC. circuit including time constant. PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO M-P2 Construct, interpret and demonstrate meaning for real numbers and absolute value in problem solving situations. 4.6 Analyze through calculation series RCL circuits. 4.7 Analyze through calculation parallel RCL circuits. PO 8 PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO Page 7 of 7 August 1998

8 4.8 Use oscilloscope to measure AC waveform and determine peak voltage. 3M-P5 3M-P9 PO 2 PO 3 Apply trigonometry to real life problem situations. PO 2 PO 3 Determine maximum and minimum points of a graph and interpret results in problem situations. PO 2 PO Construct or repair power supply circuits. 5.1 Calculate average DC, ripple factor voltage, and percent regulation in half wave and full wave rectifier circuits. PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO Analyze the operation of a bridge rectifier. 5.5 Build a power supply filter from a schematic. PO 2 PO Use an OHM meter to determine the anode and cathode of diodes. 5.7 Build a silicon controlled rectifier circuit (SCR) from a schematic. Page 8 of 8 August 1998

9 6.0 Construct or repair power supply circuits. 6.2 Test and accept/reject resistors. 6.6 Test and accept/reject capacitors. 6.7 Test and accept/reject relay/solenoids. 6.8 Test and accept/reject coils. 6.9 Test and accept/reject and replace and/or repair transformers. 1M-P2 PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO Construct, interpret and demonstrate meaning for real numbers and absolute value in problem solving situations. PO Construct or repair circuits with special semiconductor diodes. 7.1 Perform circuit analysis on a zener diode voltage regulator circuit. 7.2 Build a zener diode voltage regulator circuit from a schematic. 7.3 Perform circuit analysis on an LED circuit. PO 2 PO 3 Page 9 of 9 August 1998

10 7.4 Build an LED circuit from a schematic. 7.5 Test the operation of a silicon-controlled rectifier circuit. 7.6 Build a silicon-controlled rectifier circuit. PO 2 PO Construct or repair transistor circuits. 8.1 Identify the basic types of transistors. PO 2 PO Measure voltage and current gain. Perform mathematical operations on expressions and matrices, PO 2 PO 3 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO 9 0 PO 2 PO Identify and describe the characteristics of a 2M-P1 Construct and draw inferences including measures of central Page 10 of 10 August 1998

11 common emitter circuit. 8.4 Identify and describe the characteristics of a common collector circuit. 8.5 Identify and describe the characteristics of a common base circuit. tendency, from charts, tables, graphs and data plots that summarize data from real world situations. PO 2 PO Build transistorized circuits. PO 2 PO Identify oscillator circuits. 8.8 Build and test oscillator circuits. 8.9 Test and accept/reject semi-conductor devices. 9.0 Construct analyze or repair amplifier circuits. 4M-P2 PO 2 PO 3 Represent problem situations with geometric models and apply properties of figures. PO 5 PO 2 PO 3 Page 11 of 11 August 1998

12 9.2 Build IC OP - AMP circuits 9.3 Test IC OP - AMP circuits 10.0 Test and analyze logic devices Determine the output for a given input on a digital logic circuit. 4M-P2 6M-P1 6M-P2 Represent problem situations with geometric models and apply properties of figures. PO 5 Use inductive and deductive logic to construct simple valid arguments. Determine the validity of arguments PO 2 PO 3 PO 6 Page 12 of 12 August 1998

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