### 1: Number Concepts/Number and Relationship Operations

#### 1.1: Students will demonstrate number sense and apply number theory concepts.

1.1.2: order real numbers, represent them in multiple ways (including scientific notation) and apply appropriate representations to solve problems

1.1.4: Some post-secondary intending students will be expected to explain and apply relationships among real and complex numbers

### 2: Patterns and Relations

#### 2.1: Students will explore, recognize, represent and apply patterns and relationships, both informally and formally.

2.1.1: model real-world problems using functions, equations, inequalities and discrete structures

2.1.2: represent functional relationships in multiple ways (e.g., written descriptions, tables, equations and graphs) and describe connections among these representations

2.1.4: solve problems involving relationships, using graphing technology as well as paper-and-pencil techniques

2.1.5: analyze and explain the behaviours, transformations and general properties of types of equations and relations

2.1.6: perform operations on and between functions

### 3: Shape and Space

#### 3.1: Students will demonstrate an understanding of and apply concepts and skills associated with measurement.

3.1.1: measure quantities indirectly, using techniques of algebra, geometry and trigonometry

3.1.3: apply measurement formulas and procedures in a wide variety of contexts

3.1.4: Some post-secondary intending students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of area under a curve

#### 3.2: Students will demonstrate spatial sense and apply geometric concepts, properties and relationships.

3.2.5: make and test conjectures about, and deduce properties of and relationships between, 2- and 3-D figures in multiple contexts

### 4: Data Management and Probability

#### 4.1: Students will solve problems involving the collection, display and analysis of data.

4.1.1: understand sampling issues and their role with respect to statistical claims

4.1.4: determine, interpret and apply as appropriate a wide variety of statistical measures and distributions

#### 4.2: Students will represent and solve problems involving uncertainty.

4.2.2: build and apply formal concepts and techniques of theoretical probability (including the use of permutations and combinations as counting techniques)

4.2.3: understand the differences among, and relative merits of, theoretical, experimental and simulation techniques

4.2.5: Some post-secondary intending students will be expected to create and interpret discrete and continuous probability distributions and apply them in realworld situations

Correlation last revised: 9/16/2020

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