Florida Math for College Readiness


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1 Core Florida Math for College Readiness Florida Math for College Readiness provides a fourthyear math curriculum focused on developing the mastery of skills identified as critical to postsecondary readiness in math. This fullyear course is aligned with Florida's Postsecondary Readiness Competencies in mathematics and targets students who are required to complete additional instruction based on their performance on the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT). Course topics include solving equations with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; fractions and decimals; inequalities; functions and sequences; systems of equations; polynomials; factoring quadratic equations; rational expressions; and data analysis. Throughout the course, students are supplied with scaffolded notetaking guides, called Study Sheets, as well as poststudy Checkup activities that provide them the opportunity to hone their computational skills by working through a lowstakes, 10question problem set before moving on to formal assessment. Formative assessments help students to understand areas of weakness and improve performance, while summative assessments chart progress and skill development. The content is specifically aligned with the Florida Postsecondary Readiness Competencies. Length:Two Semesters UNIT 1: INTEGERS AND OPERATIONS LESSON 1: THE OPERATIONS ON A NUMBER LINE Study: The Operations on a Number Line Explore using a number line to evaluate numerical expressions. Duration: 0 hr 40 min LESSON 2: ADDING INTEGERS Study: Adding Integers Learn about adding integers with and without a number line. 1of 50
2 Quiz: Adding Integers (Basic) Scoring: 20 Quiz: Adding Integers (Advanced) Scoring: 18 LESSON 3: SUBTRACTING INTEGERS Study: Subtracting Integers Learn about subtracting negative integers by using a number line and by adding the opposite number (calculating). Quiz: Subtracting Integers Scoring: 20 LESSON 4: MULTIPLYING INTEGERS Study: Multiplying Integers Learn the rules for multiplying a positive and negative integer and for multiplying two negative integers. Quiz: Multiplying Integers Scoring: 20 LESSON 5: DIVIDING INTEGERS 2of 50
3 Study: Dividing Integers Learn the rules for dividing a positive and negative integer and for dividing two negative integers. Quiz: Dividing Integers Scoring: 20 LESSON 6: INTEGERS AND OPERATIONS Study: Integers and Operations Review sets; subsets; elements; whole numbers; positive and negative integers; the number line; absolute value; arithmetic operations and their properties; and the order of operations. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Properties of Operations Scoring: 28 Quiz: Order of Operations Scoring: 18 LESSON 7: INTEGERS AND OPERATIONS WRAPUP Test (CS): Integers and Operations Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 8: DIAGNOSTIC 3of 50
4 Diagnostic: Integers and Operations Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 32 UNIT 2: FRACTIONS, DECIMALS, AND PERCENTS LESSON 1: TYPES OF NUMBERS Study: Types of Numbers Learn about different types of real numbers, including exponents decimals and percents. Compare numbers of different types and formats using a number line. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Scoring: 0 Scoring: 0 Quiz: Types of Numbers Scoring: 20 Quiz: Rational and Irrational Numbers Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 2: INTRODUCTION TO FRACTION ARITHMETIC Study: Introduction to Fraction Arithmetic Learn about adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators, multiplying a fraction by an integer, and multiplying fractions. Quiz: Adding and Subtracting Like Fractions Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 4of 50
5 Quiz: Multiplying Fractions Scoring: 20 LESSON 3: EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS Study: Equivalent Fractions Learn about building equivalent fractions in order to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators. Learn about comparing equivalent fractions. Quiz: Adding and Subtracting Unlike Fractions Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 18 Quiz: Comparing Unlike Fractions Scoring: 16 LESSON 4: SIMPLIFYING FRACTIONS Study: Simplifying Fractions Learn about finding common factors; dividing numerators and denominators by a common factor in order to simplify a fraction; putting a fraction in lowest terms; prime and composite numbers; and using a factor tree to find prime factorization. Practice: Prime Factorization Tool Practice using a prime factorization tool to find factors of numbers. Duration: 0 hr 30 min Scoring: 25 Quiz: Finding Common Denominators 5of 50
6 Scoring: 16 Quiz: Dividing by Common Factors Scoring: 16 Quiz: Simplifying Fractions Scoring: 16 Quiz: Prime and Composite Numbers Scoring: 16 Quiz: Prime Factorization Scoring: 16 LESSON 5: MIXED NUMBERS Study: Mixed Numbers Learn about proper and improper fractions, writing improper fractions as mixed numbers, and converting mixed numbers to improper fractions. Quiz: Converting Improper Fractions Scoring: 16 Quiz: Converting Mixed Numbers Scoring: 16 6of 50
7 LESSON 6: DIVIDING FRACTIONS Study: Dividing Fractions Learn the definition of reciprocals. Learn about finding reciprocals of fractions in order to divide them. Quiz: Finding Reciprocals Scoring: 16 Quiz: Dividing Fractions Scoring: 16 LESSON 7: ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS Study: Adding and Subtracting Fractions Learn about the smallest common denominator (the least common multiple of denominators) and about using prime factorization to find the least common multiple. Quiz: Adding and Subtracting Unlike Fractions Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 16 Quiz: Solving Equations with Fractions Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 16 LESSON 8: FRACTIONS, DECIMALS, AND PERCENTS 7of 50
8 Study: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Review fraction terminology (including "numerator" and "denominator"); performing operations with fractions; real (rational and irrational) numbers; equivalent fractions; prime numbers and factorization; least common multiples; reciprocals; and converting fractions to decimals and percents. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Like Denominators Scoring: 16 Quiz: Equivalent Fractions Scoring: 20 LESSON 9: THE SET OF RATIONAL NUMBERS Study: The Set of Rational Numbers Learn about rational and irrational numbers and pi. Quiz: Rational Numbers Scoring: 16 LESSON 10: REPEATING DECIMALS Study: Repeating Decimals Use division to convert a fraction to a decimal. Identify repeating decimals and repeating patterns. Learn how to write a repeating decimal so that it has the exact value as its corresponding fraction. Duration: 0 hr 30 min 8of 50
9 Quiz: Repeating Decimals Scoring: 10 LESSON 11: FRACTIONS, DECIMALS, AND PERCENTS WRAPUP Test (CS): Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 12: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 43 UNIT 3: EXPONENTS LESSON 1: EXPONENTS Study: Exponents Review exponents and their place in the order of operations. Learn ways to evaluate exponential expressions. Learn about fractional and decimal exponents, radical notation, square roots, and scientific notation. Duration: 0 hr 40 min Scoring: 0 Check your understanding of the lesson. Scoring: 0 Quiz: Exponential Expressions Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 9of 50
10 Quiz: Operations with Radicals Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 Quiz: Scientific Notation Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Scoring: 20 LESSON 2: DEFINITIONS AND EXAMPLES OF EXPONENTS Study: Definitions and Examples of Exponents Learn the definitions of base exponent power and exponential expression. Learn to use a table to illustrate realworld applications of exponents. Quiz: Definitions and Examples of Exponents Duration: 0 hr 20 min Scoring: 10 LESSON 3: OPERATIONS WITH EXPONENTS Study: Operations with Exponents Learn about evaluating expressions with exponents using the order of operations. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Operations with Exponents Scoring: 20 Quiz: Operations with Radicals Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. 10of 50
11 Duration: 0 hr 20 min Scoring: 20 Quiz: Scientific Notation Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Scoring: 20 Quiz: Exponents in Geometry Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Duration: 0 hr 10 min Scoring: 10 LESSON 4: EXPONENTS AND THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS Study: Exponents and the Order of Operations Learn about evaluating expressions with exponents using the order of operations. Quiz: Exponents and the Order of Operations Duration: 0 hr 20 min Scoring: 10 LESSON 5: LAWS OF EXPONENTS Study: Laws of Exponents Learn about the multiplication law of exponents with positive and negative exponents; the rule for negative exponents; the division law of exponents; raising products and fractions to a power; and the power rule of exponents. Quiz: The Multiplication Law of Exponents Duration: 0 hr 20 11of 50
12 min Scoring: 10 LESSON 6: SCIENTIFIC NOTATION Study: Scientific Notation Learn about expressing large numbers using scientific notation and about the form of scientific notation. Explore examples from elementary science. Quiz: Scientific Notation Scoring: 10 LESSON 7: EXPONENTS WRAPUP Test (CS): Exponents Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 8: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Exponents Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 22 UNIT 4: SOLVING EQUATIONS LESSON 1: VARIABLES AND PROBLEM SOLVING Study: Variables and Problem Solving Review what a variable is, and how to form and use variable expressions to solve problems. 12of 50
13 Duration: 0 hr 50 min Scoring: 0 Scoring: 0 Quiz: Variable Expressions Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Scoring: 20 Quiz: Mathematical Sentences Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 LESSON 2: VARIABLE EXPRESSIONS Study: Variable Expressions Define and form variable expressions by performing operations. Quiz: Variable Expressions Scoring: 9 LESSON 3: MATHEMATICAL SENTENCES Study: Mathematical Sentences Learn about the types and parts of mathematical sentences. Learn to turn word problems into mathematical sentences. Scoring: 0 Check your understanding of the lesson. Scoring: 0 Quiz: Mathematical Sentences 13of 50
14 Take a quiz to check your understanding of what you have learned. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 LESSON 4: SOLVING WITH ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION Study: Solving with Addition and Subtraction Review isolating variables, using a number line to solve equations, and solution sets for inequalities. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Solving Equations with Addition and Subtraction Scoring: 16 Quiz: Solving Inequalities with Addition and Subtraction Scoring: 16 LESSON 5: SOLVING WITH MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION Study: Solving with Multiplication and Division Review solving equations involving multiplication, including by using a number line; solving equations involving division, including by using a number line; and solving inequalities with multiplication and division. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Solving Equations with Multiplication Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 16 Quiz: Solving Equations with Division 14of 50
15 Scoring: 16 Quiz: Solving Inequalities with Multiplication and Division Scoring: 22 LESSON 6: VARIABLES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE EQUATION Study: Variables on Both Sides of the Equation Learn about adding or subtracting variable expressions from both sides of an equation and about collecting variable terms on one side of an equation. Learn about equations with no solution. Quiz: Variables on Both Sides of the Equation  Basic Scoring: 10 LESSON 7: SOLVING MULTISTEP LINEAR EQUATIONS Study: Solving Multistep Linear Equations Review collecting like terms, using both addition/subtraction and multiplication/division and identifying equations that are never or always true. Duration: 0 hr 50 min LESSON 8: SOLVING EQUATIONS WRAPUP Test (CS): Solving Equations Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 15of 50
16 LESSON 9: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Solving Equations Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 36 UNIT 5: SOLVING INEQUALITIES LESSON 1: SOLVING INEQUALITIES Study: Solving Inequalities Develop strategies to solve various forms of inequalities and display their solution set on a number line. Quiz: Solving Inequalities Scoring: 8 LESSON 2: INEQUALITIES Study: Inequalities Learn about solving inequalities by dividing by the coefficient of a variable. Learn about multiplying and dividing inequalities by negative numbers. Quiz: Inequalities Scoring: 10 LESSON 3: PROBLEM SOLVING 16of 50
17 Study: Problem Solving Learn strategies for solving a variety of application problems related to topics in this unit. Practice: Assignment Submit your work for a set of problemsolving applications. Scoring: 30 LESSON 4: MULTISTEP AND COMPOUND INEQUALITIES Study: Multistep and Compound Inequalities Apply the techniques you have learned so far in this unit to solve multistep and compound inequalities. Quiz: Multistep and Compound Inequalities Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 5: SOLVING INEQUALITIES WRAPUP Test (CS): Solving Inequalities Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 6: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Solving Inequalities Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 27 UNIT 6: APPLICATIONS OF MEASUREMENT 17of 50
18 LESSON 1: ESTIMATION AND SCALE Study: Estimation and Scale Learn about scale of numbers, order of magnitude, powers of 10, estimating large numbers, and Fermi problems. Quiz: Estimation and Scale Scoring: 30 LESSON 2: UNITS AND REASONABLE VALUES Study: Units and Reasonable Values Learn to recognize units of measure and determine reasonable values. Duration: 0 hr 40 min Quiz: Units and Reasonable Values Scoring: 16 LESSON 3: APPLICATIONS OF MEASUREMENT Study: Applications of Measurement Learn about applications of units, unit conversions, estimation and scale, order of magnitude, precision, accuracy, and significant figures. 18of 50
19 Quiz: Applications of Measurement Scoring: 30 LESSON 4: PRECISION IN MEASUREMENT Study: Precision in Measurement Learn about precision, accuracy, significant figures, multiplication, and addition. Quiz: Precision and Accuracy Scoring: 30 Quiz: Significant Figures Scoring: 30 LESSON 5: MEASUREMENT CONVERSIONS Study: Measurement Conversions Use conversions between measurement systems to solve problems in realworld situations. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Scoring: 0 Scoring: 0 Quiz: Measurement Conversions Scoring: 20 19of 50
20 LESSON 6: APPLICATIONS OF MEASUREMENT WRAPUP Test (CS): Applications of Measurement Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 7: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Applications of Measurement Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 36 UNIT 7: FUNCTIONS LESSON 1: WHEN ONE THING DEPENDS ON ANOTHER Study: When One Thing Depends on Another Learn the definition and explore examples of functions as quantities that depend on other quantities. Quiz: When One Thing Depends on Another Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 2: FUNCTION NOTATION Study: Function Notation Learn about and explore examples of function notation. 20of 50
21 Quiz: Translating to Function Notation Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 Quiz: Function Notation for Specific Amounts Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 Quiz: Naming Functions Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 3: INPUTOUTPUT MACHINES Study: InputOutput Machines Learn about the domain and range of functions, inputoutput diagrams, using rules for functions, and mathematical expressions in functions. Quiz: Using Functions Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 4: HOW MANY OUTPUTS? Study: How Many Outputs? Review functions and what makes them special; independent and dependent variables; inputs and outputs; and examples of relationships that might not be functional. Quiz: How Many Outputs? Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 21of 50
22 LESSON 5: FUNCTIONS AND RELATIONS Study: Functions and Relations Learn about using mapping diagrams; ordered pairs on diagrams; the difference between mapping diagrams of functions and relations; the verticalline test; and equations of functions and relations. Quiz: Mapping Functions and Relations Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 Quiz: Identifying Functions and Relations Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 6: DOMAIN AND RANGE Study: Domain and Range Learn about domain and range on a mapping diagram, estimating domain and range of functions, and calculating the domain of a function from an equation. Quiz: Domain and Range Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 7: FUNCTIONS WRAPUP Test (CS): Functions Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 22of 50
23 75 LESSON 8: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Functions Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 34 UNIT 8: SOLVING FUNCTIONS AND SEQUENCES LESSON 1: FUNCTIONS AND TABLES Study: Functions and Tables Learn about using inputoutput tables to define or describe functions, estimating values of functions, and finding a function's rule on a table. Quiz: Functions and Tables Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 LESSON 2: FUNCTIONS AND GRAPHS Study: Functions and Graphs Learn about using bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs to describe or define functions. Quiz: Functions and Graphs Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 23of 50
24 12 LESSON 3: FUNCTIONS AND FORMULAS Study: Functions and Formulas Learn about using algebraic rules and formulas to describe and define functions. Quiz: Functions and Formulas Duration: 0 hr 15 min Scoring: 12 Study: Solving the Profit Problem In a realworld application, use tables, rules, and the method of estimating values to write an equation that expresses a function. Solve the equation and express the output in a line graph. Duration: 0 hr 40 min LESSON 4: FINDING PATTERNS Study: Finding Patterns Learn about image, letter, and number patterns and about finding the next term. Duration: 0 hr 40 min Quiz: Finding Patterns Scoring: 28 Quiz: Letter and Number Patterns Scoring: 24 24of 50
25 LESSON 5: ARITHMETIC SEQUENCES Study: Arithmetic Sequences Learn about arithmetic sequences, common difference, explicit and recursive formulas, and finding the next term in a sequence. Quiz: Arithmetic Sequences Scoring: 24 Quiz: Rules For Arithmetic Sequences Scoring: 28 LESSON 6: ARITHMETIC OF FUNCTIONS Study: Mixing and Matching Learn how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and compose functions. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Checkup: Lessons Learned Complete a set of practice problems on the arithmetic of functions. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Arithmetic of Functions Scoring: 20 LESSON 7: SOLVING FUNCTIONS AND SEQUENCES WRAPUP Test (CS): Solving Functions and Sequences Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 25of 50
26 LESSON 8: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Solving Functions and Sequences Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 31 UNIT 9: FLORIDA MATH FOR COLLEGE READINESS SEMESTER I EXAM LESSON 1: FLORIDA MATH FOR COLLEGE READINESS SEMESTER I Exam: Florida Math for College Readiness Semester I Take a computerscored exam to demonstrate your mastery of concepts and skills covered in this semester. Duration: 1 hr 20 min Scoring: 200 UNIT 10: LINEAR EQUATIONS LESSON 1: DATA ANALYSIS Study: Data Analysis Learn about using the Cartesian coordinate system to find patterns in data; plotting on a graph; dependent and independent variables; converting table data to ordered pairs; and using the bestfit line to estimate the value of data. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Data Analysis Scoring: 18 LESSON 2: PATTERNS AND LINES Study: Patterns and Lines Explore a variety of functional relationships involving direct variation. Get an introduction to lines by examining the connection between the pattern of on the graph of a line and the line?s equation. Find the 26of 50
27 equation of a line based on the coordinates of its, and graph a linear equation from a chart of its solutions. Duration: 0 hr 40 min Quiz: Finding Equations of Lines as Solutions Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 30 LESSON 3: LINES IN THE XYPLANE Study: Lines in the xyplane Learn about plotting solution set values of equations as data on the xyplane (the graph of the equation). Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Lines in the xyplane Scoring: 22 LESSON 4: SLOPE Study: Slope Learn about measuring slope, rise, and run; the slope formula; negative zero and undefined slope; and measuring the rate of change of a dependent variable. Quiz: Computing Slope Scoring: 24 27of 50
28 Quiz: Special Cases of Slope Scoring: 30 LESSON 5: MIDPOINT FORMULA Study: Midpoint Formula Learn about the mid of horizontal, vertical, and diagonal line segments and about the midpoint formula. Complete a sample problem. Quiz: Midpoint Formula Scoring: 30 LESSON 6: THE DISTANCE FORMULA Study: The Distance Formula Derive the distance formula from the Pythagorean theorem. Use this formula to calculate the distance between any two. Apply the distance formula in a realworld problem that involves locating the shortest route on a nautical map. Quiz: The Distance Formula Scoring: 20 LESSON 7: PROPERTIES OF LINES Study: Properties of Lines Derive information about lines in their various forms. 28of 50
29 Practice: Properties of Lines Submit your work for a set of 20 practice problems. Scoring: 25 LESSON 8: SLOPEINTERCEPT EQUATION OF A LINE Study: SlopeIntercept Equation of a Line Learn about using slope and yintercept to find the slopeintercept equation of a line. Quiz: Finding SlopeIntercept Equations of Lines Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 22 LESSON 9: POINTSLOPE EQUATION OF A LINE Study: PointSlope Equation of a Line Learn about using slope and a point to find the yintercept of a line; deriving and using the pointslope equation; and the standard form of an equation. Complete an application problem involving a mass on a spring. Quiz: Finding the PointSlope Equation Scoring: 30 Quiz: Finding the Equations of Lines Scoring: 22 29of 50
30 LESSON 10: LINEAR INEQUALITIES Study: Linear Inequalities Learn about finding and graphing solutions sets for linear inequalities. Quiz: Graphs of Inequalities Scoring: 18 Study: Solving the Lighting Problem Learn about applying linear inequalities in order to solve the realworld problem of energy usage, comparing incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs. LESSON 11: PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR LINES Study: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Learn about parallel and perpendicular lines and the relationships between their slopes. Quiz: Slopes of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 30 LESSON 12: LINEAR EQUATIONS WRAPUP Test (CS): Linear Equations Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 30of 50
31 LESSON 13: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Linear Equations Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 30 UNIT 11: MANIPULATING FUNCTIONS LESSON 1: GRAPHING AND MANIPULATING Y = MX + B Study: Graphing and Manipulating y = mx + b Learn, describe, and predict how changing the values of m and b in the slopeintercept equation of a line changes the graph of the equation. Scoring: 0 Scoring: 0 Quiz: Graphing and Manipulating y = mx + b Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 LESSON 2: SHIFTING FUNCTIONS Study: Shifting Functions Learn about shifting graphs of functions up/down and left/right by changing the coordinates of each ordered pair. Learn about changing the equation of a function to shift its graph vertically or horizontally and about combining vertical and horizontal shifts. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Shifting Functions Vertically Scoring: 18 31of 50
32 Quiz: Shifting Functions Horizontally Scoring: 16 Quiz: Shifting Functions Vertically and Horizontally Scoring: 18 LESSON 3: STRETCHING FUNCTIONS VERTICALLY Study: Stretching Functions Vertically Learn about vertically stretching or compressing a function?s graph by multiplying by a constant; flipping the graph by multiplying by a negative constant; and combining vertical stretches with vertical or horizontal shifts. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Stretching Functions Vertically Scoring: 20 Study: Solving the BallTossing Problem Learn about shifting and stretching graphs and using inverses and about how to apply these methods to the realworld problem of tossing a ball. Learn about using average velocity as an estimate of instantaneous velocity. Duration: 0 hr 50 min LESSON 4: TRANSFORMATIONS OF PARENT FUNCTIONS Study: Transformations of Parent Functions Learn how to perform vertical shifts, horizontal shifts, vertical stretches and compressions, horizontal stretches and compressions, and any combination of these transformations on parent functions. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Scoring: 0 32of 50
33 Scoring: 0 Quiz: Transformations of Parent Functions Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 30 LESSON 5: MANIPULATING FUNCTIONS WRAPUP Test (CS): Manipulating Functions Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 6: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Manipulating Functions Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 22 UNIT 12: SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS LESSON 1: FORMULATING SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS Study: Formulating Systems of Equations Learn how to formulate mathematical equations from word problems that are described by a system of two equations or inequalities. Scoring: 0 Scoring: 0 Quiz: Formulating Systems of Equations Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 33of 50
34 LESSON 2: TWOVARIABLE SYSTEMS: GRAPHING Study: TwoVariable Systems: Graphing Learn about graphing systems of two linear equations and investigating when and why systems of linear equations have no solutions, exactly one solution, or infinitely many solutions. Duration: 0 hr 40 min Quiz: Solving with Graphing Scoring: 30 LESSON 3: TWOVARIABLE SYSTEMS: SUBSTITUTION Study: TwoVariable Systems: Substitution Learn about replacing a variable with an equal value or expression in order to transform a twovariable equation into a onevariable equation. Learn about using the substitution method to solve systems of linear equations and about applying this method to the realworld problem of a rabbit catching a turtle. Duration: 0 hr 40 min Quiz: Solving with Substitution Scoring: 30 LESSON 4: TWOVARIABLE SYSTEMS: ELIMINATION Study: TwoVariable Systems: Elimination Strategize methods for eliminating a variable term when solving a system of linear equations. Practice adding or subtracting the same value from both sides of an equation in order to eliminate strategic terms. Change equations from nonstandard form to standard form so that they are easier to work with and adapt to the elimination method. 34of 50
35 Quiz: Solving with Elimination Standard Form Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 30 Quiz: Solving with Elimination NonStandard Form Scoring: 26 LESSON 5: SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS WRAPUP Test (CS): Systems of Equations Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 6: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Systems of Equations Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 26 UNIT 13: POLYNOMIALS LESSON 1: WHAT IS A POLYNOMIAL? Study: What is a Polynomial? Learn the definitions of monomials, polynomials, constants, terms, coefficients, binomials, trinomials, and degree. Learn about finding degrees of polynomials. 35of 50
36 Quiz: Degrees of Polynomials Scoring: 30 Quiz: Degrees of Polynomials (Advanced) Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 30 LESSON 2: ADDING AND SUBTRACTING POLYNOMIALS Study: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Learn about using tiles to represent, add, and subtract polynomials and about adding and subtracting polynomials by collecting like terms. Apply these methods to the realworld problem of purchasing streetlamps. Quiz: Polynomial Addition with Tiles Scoring: 30 Quiz: Polynomial Addition Scoring: 28 Quiz: Polynomial Subtraction Scoring: 16 LESSON 3: MULTIPLYING BINOMIALS Study: Multiplying Binomials Learn about using tiles to multiply linear binomials; using the distributive property to simplify and find the product of two binomials; and the FOIL (first, outer, inner, last) method of finding products. Duration: 0 hr 40 min 36of 50
37 Quiz: Finding Products of Binomials Scoring: 28 Quiz: Finding the Product of Two Binomials Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 30 Quiz: The FOIL Method Scoring: 16 LESSON 4: MULTIPLYING POLYNOMIALS Study: Multiplying Polynomials Learn about using a table to multiply polynomials; using the distributive property; and multiplying polynomials by arranging them vertically. Quiz: Polynomial Multiplication Scoring: 22 Quiz: Polynomial Multiplication (Advanced) Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 28 LESSON 5: GRAPHING POLYNOMIALS Study: Graphing Polynomials Learn about graphs as pictures of solution sets. Use a table to find and graph solutions to 37of 50
38 polynomial equations. Explore why these graphs are always continuous curves. Graph higherdegree polynomial equations by plotting their corresponding and identifying their parts, such as extreme values (maximum and minimum) and roots. Quiz: Finding Extreme Values Scoring: 24 Quiz: Finding Roots of Graphs Scoring: 22 Study: The Stereo Problem Apply the method of graphing polynomials in order to solve the realworld problem of finding the relationship between the price of stereos and sales figures. LESSON 6: POLYNOMIALS WRAPUP Test (CS): Polynomials Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 7: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Polynomials Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 29 UNIT 14: FACTORING QUADRATIC EXPRESSION LESSON 1: FACTORING AND GRAPHING 38of 50
39 Study: Factoring and Graphing Learn about the connection between roots and linear factors; using roots on graphs of polynomials to find linear factors; and polynomials with no linear factors or repeated linear factors. Quiz: Factoring by Graphing Scoring: 28 Quiz: Factoring by Graphing (Advanced) Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 22 LESSON 2: GROUPING Study: Grouping Learn about polynomials with terms that have a common factor; applying the distributive property in reverse to factor out common factors; and finding the greatest common factor. Quiz: Factoring by Grouping Scoring: 30 Quiz: Finding GCFs of Polynomials Scoring: 16 LESSON 3: FACTORING X 2 + BX + C Study: Factoring x 2 + bx + c Learn about factoring quadratic trinomials with leading coefficients of 1; rules for 39of 50
40 finding the constant term and coefficient of the xterm; using a table to factor trinomials; and diagramming signs while factoring trinomials. Quiz: Binomial Factors of Trinomials Scoring: 30 Quiz: Factoring Trinomials Scoring: 30 LESSON 4: FACTORING AX 2 + BX + C Study: Factoring ax 2 + bx + c Learn about factoring trinomials with leading coefficients other than 1; factoring out a leading coefficient of 1; how values of factors relate to values of a trinomial; finding factor pairs of leading coefficients and constant terms; and finding signs in factors of trinomials with a leading coefficient different from 1. Quiz: Factoring Trinomials (Basic) Scoring: 30 Quiz: Factoring Trinomials (Advanced) Scoring: 30 LESSON 5: SPECIAL CASES Study: Special Cases 40of 50
41 Learn about recognizing and factoring a difference of squares; perfectsquare trinomials; sums; and differences of two cubes. Quiz: Factoring a Difference of Squares Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 30 Quiz: Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 20 Quiz: Sum or Difference of Two Cubes Scoring: 30 LESSON 6: SOLVING WITH ROOTS AND POWERS Study: Solving with Roots and Powers Review solving equations with square roots and absolute values. Review solving inequalities with square roots and absolute values, including by using a number line. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Quiz: Solving with Roots and Powers Scoring: 16 Quiz: Solving Inequalities with Roots and Powers Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 16 Quiz: Finding Solution Sets with Inequalities Duration: 0 hr 41of 50
42 25 min Scoring: 16 LESSON 7: SOLVING QUADRATIC EQUATIONS Study: Solving Quadratic Equations Learn about solving quadratic equations using factoring and the zero product rule; manipulating a quadratic equation into standard form; and solving quadratic equations with perfectsquare trinomials. Quiz: Factoring with the Zero Product Rule Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 28 Quiz: Converting Quadratics to Standard Form Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 28 Quiz: Quadratics with Perfect Square Trinomials Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 16 LESSON 8: COMPLETING THE SQUARE Study: Completing the Square Learn about solving quadratic equations without perfectsquare trinomials; completing the square using tiles; and completing the square when the coefficients are more complicated. Quiz: Completing the Square Scoring: 24 42of 50
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46 Quiz: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions Scoring: 22 LESSON 5: RATIONAL EQUATIONS Study: Rational Equations Learn how to solve simple rational equations. Duration: 0 hr 50 min Scoring: 0 Scoring: 0 Quiz: Rational Equations Scoring: 20 LESSON 6: SOLVING RADICAL EQUATIONS Study: Solving Radical Equations Learn how to solve equations with radical expressions by isolating the radical and squaring both sides. Quiz: Solving Radical Equations Scoring: 30 Study: Applications of Radical Equations Explore case studies in order to practice methods of solving radical equations in applied settings. 46of 50
47 LESSON 7: RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS WRAPUP Test (CS): Rational Expressions Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 LESSON 8: DIAGNOSTIC Diagnostic: Rational Expressions Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Scoring: 25 UNIT 16: DATA ANALYSIS LESSON 1: CATEGORICAL DATA Study: Categorical Data Learn how to construct and interpret bar charts, pie graphs, and comparative bar charts. Scoring: 0 Complete a set of practice problems to check your understanding of the lesson. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 0 Quiz: Categorical Data Scoring: 20 LESSON 2: MEASURES OF CENTER Study: Measures of Center Learn how to calculate and interpret measures of center, such as mean, median, and mode. 47of 50
48 Scoring: 0 Complete a set of practice problems to check your understanding of the lesson. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 0 Quiz: Measures of Center Scoring: 20 LESSON 3: BOX PLOTS Study: Box Plots Learn how to calculate and interpret box plots, comparative box plots, and modified box plots. Scoring: 0 Complete a set of practice problems to check your understanding of the lesson. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 0 Quiz: Box Plots Scoring: 20 LESSON 4: SCATTERPLOTS Study: Scatterplots Learn how to construct and interpret scatterplots. Scoring: 0 Complete a set of practice problems to check your understanding of the lesson. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 0 Quiz: Scatterplots Scoring: 20 48of 50
49 LESSON 5: CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS Study: Correlation Coefficients Learn how to calculate and interpret Pearson's sample correlation coefficient. Duration: 0 hr 40 min Scoring: 0 Complete a set of practice problems to check your understanding of the lesson. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 0 Quiz: Correlation Coefficients Scoring: 20 LESSON 6: LINEAR REGRESSION Study: Linear Regression Learn how to calculate a linear regression equation, interpret the slope and intercept in context, and identify influential (compared to large residuals). Scoring: 0 Complete a set of practice problems to check your understanding of the lesson. Duration: 0 hr 25 min Scoring: 0 Quiz: Linear Regression Scoring: 20 LESSON 7: DATA ANALYSIS WRAPUP Test (CS): Data Analysis Take a computerscored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 1 hr Scoring: 75 49of 50
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