CMIC 1
CMIC 1 begins the integrated development of high school mathematics. Students will develop the ability to recognize and describe important patterns that relate quantitative variables, visual relationships and statistical relationships; to use data tables, graphs, words and symbols to represent these relationships; and to use reasoning and calculating tools to answer questions and solve problems. Focused units of study include: variables and functions, algebraic expressions and recurrence relations; coordinate graphing, data tables and spread sheets; equations and inequalities. Other topics include distributions of data, dot plots, histograms, and box plots; measures of center and their properties and measures of variability.
Unit 3: Linear Functions
Unit 1: Patterns of Change
Unit 5: Exponential Functions
Unit 7: Quadratic Functions
Unit 6: Patterns in Shape
Unit 8: Patterns in Chance
Unit 2: Patterns in Data
