Standards to be learned / assessed during Unit 1*If a standard does not have a 'Calculator OK' designation, it is assumed the standard must be demonstrated without the use of a grapher* |
Corresponding Basic Skills which are required for the Standard*Some Standards will not have previous skills necessary. |

1.1 -- Rule of 4, I can make connections between the different representations (algebraic, graphical, numerical) of a quadratic
1.2 -- When quadratic is in transformational form, I can use the values of the constants to sketch an accurate parabola. I can also use points from a parabola to write the equation of a quadratic in transformational form. 1.3 -- I can find the 'important' points of a quadratic (algebraically) when in transformational form (also known as vertex form) 1.4 -- I can find the important points of a quadratic (algebraically) when in standard form. 1.5 -- I can find the important points of a quadratic (graphically) when in standard form (Calculator OK) 1.6 -- I can algebraically manipulate a quadratic in standard form and rewrite the equivalent quadratic in standard form. 1.7 -- I can use the quadratic formula to find the zero's of a quadratic. (Calculator OK) 1.8 -- If given all of the pertinent information (gravity, initial velocity and initial height), I can write the quadratic equation to represent the flight of the object (and then use that information to answer questions pertaining to the balls position as a function of time) (Calculator OK) 1.9 -- I can graph parametric equations. 1.10 -- I can use parametric equations to determine the initial velocity and initial angle of a projectiled object. (Calculator OK) 1.11 -- I can use the initial velocity and the initial angle of a projectiled object to write the parametric equations to represent the flight of the object. (Calculator OK) |
i - linear systems
ii - Solving (PEMA) iii - Factoring quadratics iv. zero product prop v - Completing the square vi - Basic Trigonometry ratios (SOHCAHTOA) vii - Inverse Trigonometry (SOHCATOA) |