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Content Standard

Performance Indicator

IMP

Students use symbolic forms to represent, model, and analyze mathematical situations.

Represent advanced functions with graphs, tables, and symbolic rules and translate among these representations.

Model phenomena with a variety of functions and explain how and why a particular function can model many different situations.

Approximate and interpret accumulation and rates of change for functions representing a variety of situations (e.g., compound interest).

IMP 1

Overland Trail

Graph Tells a Story: pp. 223-226, 233-235

Making Predictions With Graphs: pp. 239-241, 244-251

Calculators on the Trail?: pp. 258, 261-262, 272-273

How Fast Should You Go?: pp. 275-280

Pit & the Pendulum

Standard Pendulum: pp. 362-363

Graphs & Equations: pp. 367-369

Measuring & Predicting: pp. 374, 376

Shadows

What is a Shadow?: pp. 409-410

Lights & Shadows: pp. 458

The Lamp & the Sun: pp. 462-463, 472

IMP 2

Solve It!

Keeping Things Balanced: pp. 26, 29-32

Beyond Linearity: pp. 83

Cookies

Cookies & Inequalities: pp. 302-303

Using the Feasible Region: pp. 331, 334-336

Cookies & the University: pp. 352

Creating Problems: pp. 357

All About Alice

Who’s Alice?: pp. 380-381, 385, 386

IMP 3

Fireworks

World of Quadratics: pp. 8-10

Algebra of the Vertex: pp. 31-33

Meadows or Malls?

Recreations Versus Development: A Complex Problem: pp. 156-160, 163-164

Correlation of IMP Years 1-4 (© 1997-2000) to the Hawai’i Mathematics Content Standards20

It’s About TimeFebruary 2003

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