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Content Standard

Performance Indicator

IMP

Students use computational tools and strategies fluently and when appropriate, use estimation.

Recognize conditions governing use of formulas (e.g., discriminant in the quadratic formula (ab)c = abc can be false a when  is negative).

Identify computational limitations of calculators and computers (e.g., dividing by small numbers).

Understand the effects of measurement error on computed values.

Analyze effects of rounding in various situations.

Use vectors or matrices to solve problems.

IMP 1

Patterns

Angle on Patterns: pp. 49, 51-52

Pit & the Pendulum

Poe – Master of Suspense: pp. 312, 317-322

Statistics & the Pendulum: pp. 327-347, 350-351

Shadows

Triangles Galore: pp. 431-437, 444-445

Lights & Shadows: p. 458

The Lamp & the Sun: pp. 461, 464-467

IMP 2

Do Bees Build it Best?

Area, Geoboards, & Trigonometry: pp. 204-205, 210-218

Special Property of Right Triangles: pp. 226-227, 230, 232

Corral Problem: pp. 245, 247

From Two Dimensions to Three: pp. 257, 267

Back to Bees: pp. 272

Cookies

Picturing Cookies: pp. 312-313

Using the Feasible Region: pp. 326-338

Points of Intersection: pp. 340-346

Cookies & the University: pp. 348-353

Creating Problems: pp. 355-363

All About Alice

“Curiouser & Curiouser!”: pp. 401-403, 406-411

Turning Exponents Around: pp. 414, 417-420

IMP 3

Orchard Hideout!

Orchards & Mini-Orchards: pp. 74-75

Coordinates & Distance: pp. 77-79

All About Circles: pp. 96

Meadows or Malls?

Correlation of IMP Years 1-4 (© 1997-2000) to the Hawai’i Mathematics Content Standards6

It’s About TimeFebruary 2003

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