Proficient High School Math Standards
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 Minimum High School Mathematics Standards To acquire the level of proficient, students have to first master the minimum standards. Follow this link to learn about the minimum high school mathematics standards in our framework.     MATHguide Link: Minimum High School Mathematics Standards     In addition to meeting the minimum standards, students must also master the following content to reach a level of proficient within our framework. Algebraic Structure These are geometry topics that every high school student must master. esson: Power Rules for Exponents esson: Literal Equations esson: Simplifying Radicals esson: Factoring Polynomials esson: Operations on Polynomials esson: Rational Expressions esson: Complex Numbers esson: Solving Inequalities esson: Matrices (Basics) esson: Solving Complicated Proportions Functions These are functions topics that every high school student must master. esson: Relations esson: Exponential Functions (Basics) esson: Logarithmic Functions (Basics) esson: Solving Radical Functions esson: End Behavior esson: Trigonometry Basics esson: Trigonometry Angles esson: Graphing Sine and Cosine Functions Geometry These are geometry topics that every high school student must master. esson: Circle Properties esson: Moderate Level Geometry Proofs esson: Properties of Quadrilaterals esson: Similarity ideo: Similar Figures: Ratios of Lengths and Areas ideo: Similar Solids: Ratios of Lengths and Volumes ideo: Calculating the Diagonal Length of a Cube Coordinate Geometry These are coordinate geometry topics that every high school student must master. esson: Distance, Midpoint, Slope, and Partitioning a Segment esson: The Point-Slope Formula esson: Parallel versus Perpendicular Statistics & Probability These are probability topics that every high school students must master. esson: Basic Counting esson: Frequency Tables esson: Standard Deviation esson: The 68-95-99 Rule esson: Margin of Error & Confidence Intervals esson: Margin of Error & Confidence Intervals by Formula Advanced High School Math Standards Use the link below to learn more about the next level within our framework. It is suggested that students who plan on attending college to pursue academic areas of study should meet the demands of an advanced level.     MATHguide Link: Advanced High School Math Standards