Students who love interactive learning will enjoy M/J Mathematics 2. They experience intrigue and fun when they log in to this course. M/J Mathematics 2 is a hands-on course full of slideshows, applications, videos, and real-world scenarios.
The instruction in this course focuses on four critical areas: (1) developing an understanding of and applying proportional relationships; (2) developing an understanding of operations with rational numbers and working with expressions and linear equations; (3) solving problems involving scale drawings and informal geometric constructions, and working with two- and three-dimensional shapes to solve problems involving area, surface area, and volume; and (4) drawing inferences about populations based on samples.
Note: content varies depending on the course version. For currently enrolled students, please refer to the syllabus located in the course information area for curriculum specifics.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of rational numbers by explaining addition of rational numbers, explaining subtraction of rational numbers, describing multiplication rules, and solving problems using the properties of operations.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of rational number applications by describing division rules, solving problems using the properties of operations, converting rational numbers, and solving real-world problems involving rational numbers.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of equations and inequalities by solving linear equations, describing equivalent expressions, and graphing real-world problems involving multi-step inequalities.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of proportions by describing proportions, explaining proportional relationship models, and solving problems involving rates, ratios, and percents.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of geometry and measurement by explaining scale drawings, describing properties of triangles, solving problems involving circle formulas, solving problems involving volume and area, and describing cross-sections.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of probability by describing probability value, explaining theoretical probability, and explaining experimental probability.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of compound events by explaining sample space and predicting compound events.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of statistics by describing sampling, formulating inferences and predictions, explaining measure of center, and explaining variability.
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