# Bartlett Honors AIM 3

• Scope & Sequence

1st Semester

• Making inferences on a random sample S.IC.1
• Using simulations S.IC.2
• Surveys, experiments, observational studies S.IC.3
• Population mean and margin of error S.IC.4
• Randomized experiments S.IC.5
• Evaluate reports based on data S.IC.6
• Represent and describe 2 variable data relationship S.ID.6
• Fit a normal distribution S.ID.4
• Algebraic coordinate proofs G.GPE.4
• Slope with parallel and perpendicular lines G.GPE.5
• Partition a line segment G.GPE.6
• Circle similarity G.C.1
• Lines and angles G.CO.9
• Triangles G.CO.10
• Parallelograms G.CO.11
• Side‐splitter, Pythagorean, proof by similarity G.SRT.4
• Events and subsets S.CP.1
• Def of independent S.CP.2
• P(A and B)/P(B) S.CP.3
• Two‐way frequency tables S.CP.4
• Conditional & independent in everyday language) S.CP.6(conditional  prob of A given B) S.CP.5
• Multiplication rule S.CP.8
• Permutation and combination to solve problems S.CP.9
• Fair decisions S.MD.6
• Analyze using probability S.MD.7
• Rewrite expressions A.SSE.2
• Solve equations A.REI.1
• Remainder Theorem A.APR.2
• Polynomial identities A.APR.4
• Constraints and interpret solutions A.CED.3
• Define quantities N.Q.2
• Inverse of a function F.BF.4a
• Graph equations A.CED.2
• Zeros and graphs of polynomials A.APR.3
• Solve systems of equations A.REI.11
• Interpret key features F.IF.4
• Average rate of change F.IF.6
• Graph polynomial functions; identify key features F.IF.7c
• Compare functions from different representations F.IF.9
• Transformations using k F.BF.3
• Equation of a parabola G.GPE.2
• Rewrite expressions A.SSE.2
• Create rational equations and inequalities A.CED.1
• Solve rational equations A.REI.2
• Interpret key features F.IF.4
• Rewrite rational expressions A.APR.6
• Rational expression operations A.APR.7
• Inverse functions F.BF.4
• Graph and Interpret key features F.IF.7d

2nd Semester

• Interpret key features F.IF.4
• Average rate of change F.IF.6
• Compare functions from different representations F.IF.9
• Transformations using k F.BF.3

• Define quantities N.Q.2
• Sum of a finite geometric series A.SSE.4
• Create exponential equations and inequalities A.CED.1
• Graph equations A.CED.2
• Solve systems of equations A.REI.11
• Graph exponential and logarithmic functions; key features F.IF.7e
• Express exponentials as logarithms F.LE.4
• Average rate of change F.IF.6
• Compare functions from different representations F.IF.9
• Transformations using k F.BF.3
• Inverse of a function F.BF.4a
• Use Inverse to solve F.BF.5
• Radian measure in a unit circle F.TF.1
• Trigonometric functions with real number domain F.TF.2
• Special triangles F.TF.3
• Symmetry and periodicy F.TF.4
• Pythagorean Identity F.TF.8
• Interpret key features F.IF.4
• Graph trigonometric functions F.IF.7e
• Transformations using k F.BF.3
• Compare functions from different representations F.IF.9
• Model with trigonometric functions F.TF.5
• Inverse construction F.TF.6
• Inverse functions to solve F.TF.7
• Average rate of change F.IF.6
• Prove addition and subtraction formulas for sine, cosine, and  tangent and use them to solve problems F.TF.9
• Prove the law of sines and cosines and use them to solve problems G.SRT. 10
• Understand and apply the law of sines and cosines to find  unknown measurements in right and non‐right triangles G.SRT.11