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Keeley Library August 22, 2000 

COURSE:10311
Calculus 
NUMBER 
OBJECTIVES 
Standard numbers with M = assumptions of prior knowledge  
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2H7
2H5

CONTENT:
Exploring Quadratic Functions. Describe
and model phenomena using functions, including exponential, logarithmic,
trigonometric, polynomial, rational, step, absolute value, and square root.
Describe similarities and differences among the families of linear, quadratic,
and exponential functions using graphs, tables, formulas and verbal descriptions
Describe the graphical significance of parameters.
PERFORMANCE Graph and Explanation : Students will be asked to find the axis of symmetry, the vertex, and graph the function in the Y=(Xh)/\ 2C form, then explain the difference between the graph and the model f(x)=X/\2. Short answer 
Collaborative Work

2H11
2M11

CONTENT:
Absolute Maximum and Minimum Identify
maximum and minimum values of a function and use them in applications.
Explain and generalize how a change in one variable results in a change
in another variable in functional relationships...
PERFORMANCE: Problem Solving and Curve Sketching Students working in groups will be able to curve sketch functions and also be able to solve a variety of optimization problem situations.. Openended response. 
Mathematics

2H12
2H1

CONTENT:
Composite Functions Perform
operations on functions, including compositions. Find inverses of functions.
Demonstrate facility in transforming polynomial expressions by rearranging
and collecting terms, factoring, and applying and applying the properties
of exponents in order to solve problems.
PERFORMANCE: Problem Solving : Students working individually will be given two defined functions f(x)and g(x) and ge asked to find fog(x) and gof (x )for the two defined functions. Short answer. 
Mathematics

3H12
2H5

CONTENT:
Conic Sections Relate geometric
and algebraic representations of curves, including conic sections. Describe
similarities and differences among the families of linear,quadratic, and
exponential functions using graphs tables, formulas, and verbal descriptions.Describe
the graphical significance of parameters.s
PERFORMANCE: Graph and Sketch Students working individually will be asked to sketch graphs of all conic sections after given equations are put into standard form. 
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