Foundations of Math Outcomes & Learning Targets
Module A: Functions
Outcome 1: I can apply the concept of a function to analyze and solve problems.

I can use and interpret function notation appropriately. F.IF.2

I can solve problems in context using a table and/or graph of a function., F.IF.1

I can represent the set of all solutions of a function. A.REI.10

I can determine if a relationship between two sets of values is a function. F.IF.1
Outcome 2: I can identify key features of a function and interpret them in terms of the context.

I can describe a function as increasing, decreasing, or both. F.IF.4

I can identify intercepts from a table or graph and interpret them in terms of the context. F.IF.4

I can sketch graphs showing key features given a verbal description of the relationship. F.IF.4

I can relate the domain & range of a function to its graph and, where applicable, to the relationship it describes. F.IF.5

I can calculate and interpret the average rate of change of a function over a specified interval. F.IF.6
Module B: Linear Functions
Outcome 3: I can create and analyze representations of linear functions.

I can create another representation of a linear pattern given any one of recursive rule, function rule, table, graph, and/or contextual situation. 2, F.IF.7,F.BF.1,2

I can determine and explain the rate of change and/or the initial value of a linear pattern given any representation. A.SSE.1, F.IF.4,6, F.LE.5

I can add, subtract and multiply (by a constant) to rewrite linear expressions in equivalent forms. A.APR.1, F.BF.1b

I can provide a reasonable domain and range for a linear function given a contextual situation and/or a graph. F.IF.5

I can compare and contrast two different linear functions given any representation. F.IF.9
Outcome 4: I can create, solve and justify solutions for linear equations and inequalities in one variable.

I can create and solve linear equations algebraically.A.CED.1, A.REI.3

I can justify the steps used in the algebraic process of solving a linear equation.A.REI.1

I can rearrange a formula to highlight a quantity of interest. A.CED.4, A.REI.1, 3

I can create linear inequalities in one variable. A.CED.1

I can solve linear inequalities in one variable. A.REI. 3, A.CED.1
Outcome 5: I can create and solve linear systems of equations in context

I can create a system of linear equations to model a situation in context.A.CED.3

I can solve a system of linear equations using tables and graphs. A.REI.11, A.REI.6,

I can solve a system of linear equations by elimination. A.REI.5,6

I can solve a system of linear equations by substitution. A.REI.6
Outcome 6: I can create and solve linear inequalities and systems of linear inequalities in context.

I can create a linear inequality in two variables to model a situation in context. A.CED.3

I can represent the solutions of a linear inequality.A.REI.12

I can create a system of linear inequalities to model a situation in context. A.CED.3

I can represent the solutions of a system of linear inequalities. A.REI.12
Module C: Statistics
Outcome 7: I can compare two sets of data using graphs and summary statistics appropriate to the shapes of the distribution.

I can create a graph of data, using technology, including histograms and boxplots. S.ID.1

I can choose, calculate, and interpret a measure of center (mean or median) appropriate to the shape of a distribution to compare data sets. S.ID.2

I can choose, calculate, and interpret a measure of spread (interquartile range or standard deviation) appropriate to the shape of a distribution to compare data sets. S.ID.2

I can interpret, in context, differences in the shape, center, and spread of two or more sets of data. S.ID.2

I can describe the effects of extreme data points on shape, center, and/or spread.S.ID.3