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Content Standard

Performance Indicator

IMP

Students select and use different representational systems, including coordinate geometry.

Solve problems involving two- and three-dimensional figures.

Analyze and apply coordinate systems on a sphere (distance and place on the earth’s surface, positions of stars in heavens).

IMP 1

Shadows

What is a Shadow?: pp. 398-406, 409-410

Geometry of Shadows: pp. 418, 420-421

Lights & Shadows: pp. 447-459

The Lamp & the Sun: pp. 461-463, 468-472

IMP 2

Do Bees Build it Best?

Bees & Containers: pp. 198-199

Area, Geoboards, & Trigonometry: pp. 213-215, 218-218

Special Property of Right Triangles: pp. 233, 238-240

Corral Problem: pp. 242-244, 246, 247, 248

From Two Dimensions to Three: pp. 250, 251-252, 253-256, 259, 262-269

Back to Bees: pp. 271-274

IMP 3

Orchard Hideout!

Orchards & Mini-Orchards: pp. 60-61, 69-71, 73, 74-75

Coordinates & Distance: pp. 79-81

Equidistant Points & Lines: pp. 83-85, 86-87, 88

All About Circles: pp. 90-99, 100-101, 102

Cable Complications: pp. 104-111

Lines of Sight: pp. 113-120

Meadows or Malls?

Equations, Points, Lines, & Planes: pp. 184, 188

More Cookies: pp. 196

IMP 4

High Dive

Going to the Circus: pp. 4-5

Height & the Sine: pp. 28-29

Finding the Release Time: pp. 49-50

Trigonometric Interlude: pp. 66-67

Correlation of IMP Years 1-4 (© 1997-2000) to the Hawai’i Mathematics Content Standards16

It’s About TimeFebruary 2003

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