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**NC Math 3**

Math 3 Overview:

- NC Math 3 Standards
- NC Math 3 Outcomes and Learning Targets: These are organized by modules which can be considered as units. Within each module are outcomes that describe the big ideas. Within the outcome are the learning targets that indicate what students can do if they have an understanding of the outcome. The learning targets are aligned to the standards for each course.
- NC Math 3 Pacing Guide: This lists a day by day outline of the tasks for each module with a suggested pacing. The primary resource for the course is the Core-Plus Mathematics Course 2 textbook. Other suggested resources are indicated by an *.
- Math 3 NCFE Review with solution set

**New Resource for 2015-2016**

- Module A Statistics
- Module B Algebraic Reasoning
- Module C Geometric Reasoning
- Module D Polynomial Functions
- Module E Circles
- Module F Functions

**Math 3 Supplemental Tasks:**

Statistics

- From Samples to Populations *New version 8/24/15
- A Nurse Accused
- Card Trick
- Is Yawning Contagious?
- Memory Investigation
- Memory Task

- Building and Solving Equations
- Solving Equations and Verifying Solutions
- Rearranging Formulas
- Solving Systems of Equations and Inequalities

- Reasoning About Triangles
- Reasoning About Similar Triangles
- Using Congruence to Solve Problems

- Wonka Box
- Designing Boxes for Maximum Volume (Alternative to Wonk Box)
- Dividing Polynomials
- Polynomial Identities
- Remainder Theorem
- Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
- Forming a Parabola (focus and directrix)

- Circles and Completing the Square
- Quadrilaterals in Circles
- Pied (Task 7.7 from the Mathematics Vision Project)
- Proving Trig Identities

- Sum of Rational & Irrational Numbers
- Solving Rational Equations
- Fish Population
- What is
*e*? - Applications of e^x and ln x
- Graphing Logarithmic Functions
- Transformations of Functions
- Composition of Functions

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