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Early math

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- Measurement and data
- Geometry

## Kindergarten

## 1st grade

## 2nd grade

- Add and subtract within 20
- Place value
- Add and subtract within 100
- Add and subtract within 1,000
- Money and time
- Measurement
- Data
- Geometry

## 3rd grade

- Intro to multiplication
- 1-digit multiplication
- Addition, subtraction, and estimation
- Intro to division
- Understand fractions
- Equivalent fractions and comparing fractions
- More with multiplication and division
- Arithmetic patterns and problem solving
- Quadrilaterals
- Area
- Perimeter
- Time
- Measurement
- Represent and interpret data

## 4th grade

- Place value
- Addition, subtraction, and estimation
- Multiply by 1-digit numbers
- Multiply by 2-digit numbers
- Division
- Factors, multiples and patterns
- Equivalent fractions and comparing fractions
- Add and subtract fractions
- Multiply fractions
- Understand decimals
- Plane figures
- Measuring angles
- Area and perimeter
- Units of measurement

## 5th grade

- Decimal place value
- Add decimals
- Subtract decimals
- Add and subtract fractions
- Multi-digit multiplication and division
- Multiply fractions
- Divide fractions
- Multiply decimals
- Divide decimals
- Powers of ten
- Volume
- Coordinate plane
- Algebraic thinking
- Converting units of measure
- Line plots
- Properties of shapes

## 6th grade

- Ratios, rates, & percentages
- Arithmetic operations
- Negative numbers
- Properties of numbers
- Variables & expressions
- Equations & inequalities introduction
- Geometry
- Data and statistics

## 7th grade

- Negative numbers: addition and subtraction
- Negative numbers: multiplication and division
- Fractions, decimals, & percentages
- Rates & proportional relationships
- Expressions, equations, & inequalities
- Geometry
- Statistics and probability

## 8th grade

- Numbers and operations
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- Linear equations and functions
- Systems of equations
- Geometry
- Geometric transformations
- Data and modeling

## Basic geometry

- Lines
- Angles
- Shapes
- Coordinate plane
- Area and perimeter
- Volume and surface area
- Pythagorean theorem
- Transformations, congruence, and similarity

## Pre-algebra

- Arithmetic properties
- Factors and multiples
- Reading and interpreting data
- Measurement
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Negative numbers and coordinate plane
- Ratios, rates, proportions
- Equations, expressions, and inequalities
- Exponents, radicals, and scientific notation

## Algebra basics

- Foundations
- Algebraic expressions
- Linear equations and inequalities
- Graphing lines and slope
- Systems of equations
- Expressions with exponents
- Quadratics and polynomials
- Equations and geometry

## Algebra 1

- Algebra foundations
- Solving equations & inequalities
- Working with units
- Linear equations & graphs
- Forms of linear equations
- Systems of equations
- Inequalities (systems & graphs)
- Functions
- Sequences
- Absolute value & piecewise functions
- Exponents & radicals
- Exponential growth & decay
- Quadratics: Multiplying & factoring
- Quadratic functions & equations
- Irrational numbers

## High school geometry

- Performing transformations
- Transformation properties and proofs
- Congruence
- Similarity
- Right triangles & trigonometry
- Non-right triangles & trigonometry (Advanced)
- Analytic geometry
- Conic sections
- Circles
- Solid geometry

## Algebra 2

- Polynomial arithmetic
- Complex numbers
- Polynomial factorization
- Polynomial division
- Polynomial graphs
- Rational exponents and radicals
- Exponential models
- Logarithms
- Transformations of functions
- Equations
- Trigonometry
- Modeling
- Rational functions

## Trigonometry

- Right triangles & trigonometry
- Trigonometric functions
- Non-right triangles & trigonometry
- Trigonometric equations and identities

## Statistics and probability

- Analyzing categorical data
- Displaying and comparing quantitative data
- Summarizing quantitative data
- Modeling data distributions
- Exploring bivariate numerical data
- Study design
- Probability
- Counting, permutations, and combinations
- Random variables
- Sampling distributions
- Confidence intervals
- Significance tests (hypothesis testing)
- Two-sample inference for the difference between groups
- Inference for categorical data (chi-square tests)
- Advanced regression (inference and transforming)
- Analysis of variance (ANOVA)

## High school statistics

- Scatterplots
- Data distributions
- Two-way tables
- Study design
- Probability
- Binomial probability
- Normal distributions

## AP®︎/College Statistics

- Analyzing categorical data
- Displaying and describing quantitative data
- Summarizing quantitative data
- Modeling data distributions
- Exploring bivariate numerical data
- Study design
- Probability
- Random variables
- Sampling distributions
- Confidence intervals
- Significance tests (hypothesis testing)
- Inference comparing two groups or populations
- Chi-square tests for categorical data
- More on regression
- Prepare for the 2020 AP®︎ Statistics Exam
- AP®︎ Statistics Standards mappings

## Precalculus

- Complex numbers
- Polynomials
- Composite functions
- Trigonometry
- Vectors
- Matrices
- Series
- Conic sections
- Probability and combinatorics

## Differential Calculus

- Limits and continuity
- Derivatives: definition and basic rules
- Derivatives: chain rule and other advanced topics
- Applications of derivatives
- Analyzing functions
- Parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vector-valued functions

## Integral Calculus

- Integrals
- Differential equations
- Applications of integrals
- Parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vector-valued functions
- Series

## AP®︎/College Calculus AB

- Limits and continuity
- Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules
- Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions
- Contextual applications of differentiation
- Applying derivatives to analyze functions
- Integration and accumulation of change
- Differential equations
- Applications of integration
- AP Calculus AB solved free response questions from past exams
- AP®︎ Calculus AB Standards mappings

## AP®︎/College Calculus BC

- Limits and continuity
- Differentiation: definition and basic derivative rules
- Differentiation: composite, implicit, and inverse functions
- Contextual applications of differentiation
- Applying derivatives to analyze functions
- Integration and accumulation of change
- Differential equations
- Applications of integration
- Parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vector-valued functions
- Infinite sequences and series
- AP Calculus BC solved exams
- AP®︎ Calculus BC Standards mappings

## Calculus 1

- Limits and continuity
- Derivatives: definition and basic rules
- Derivatives: chain rule and other advanced topics
- Applications of derivatives
- Analyzing functions
- Integrals
- Differential equations
- Applications of integrals

## Calculus 2

- Integrals review
- Integration techniques
- Differential equations
- Applications of integrals
- Parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vector-valued functions
- Series

## Multivariable calculus

- Thinking about multivariable functions
- Derivatives of multivariable functions
- Applications of multivariable derivatives
- Integrating multivariable functions
- Green’s, Stokes’, and the divergence theorems

## Differential equations

## Linear algebra

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