Students use visualization and spatial reasoning to solve problems both within and outside of mathematics.
Sketch three-dimensional objects and spaces from different perspectives and interpret two- and three-dimensional drawings of objects.
Analyze and describe cross-sections, truncations, and compositions/decompositions of three-dimensional objects.
Setting Out With Variables: pp. 213
Geometry of Shadows: pp. 417-421
Triangles Galore: pp. 425
Lights & Shadows: pp. 449-458
The Lamp & the Sun: pp. 462-463, 468-472
Do Bees Build it Best?
Special Property of Right Triangles: pp. 234-235
Corral Problem: pp. 248
From Two Dimensions to Three: pp. 250, 253-256, 262-269
Back to Bees: pp. 271-274
Orchards & Mini-Orchards: pp. 60-61
Coordinates & Distance: pp. 80
All About Circles: pp. 100-101
Cable Complications: pp. 104
Lines of Sight: pp. 113-114, 115-116, 117-119, 120
Meadows or Malls?
Equations, Points, Lines, & Planes: pp. 184, 188
More Cookies: pp. 196
Going to the Circus: pp. 4-5
Finding the Release Time: pp. 49-50
Trigonometric Interlude: pp. 59, 66-67
Components of Velocity: 80-84
High Dive Concluded: pp. 92-93
Correlation of IMP Years 1-4 (© 1997-2000) to the Hawai’i Mathematics Content Standards14
It’s About TimeFebruary 2003