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Publishers Questionnaire and Correlations to the Sunshine State Standards and Curriculum Framework for Calculus

6/2003 2002

Bureau of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Instructional Materials and Library Media

PUBLISHERS QUESTIONNAIRE

20032004 INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ADOPTION

DIRECTIONS: Use this form to report information about the instructional materials submitted. Answer the questions on this form and include attachments as needed such as Licensing Policy/Agreements, Correlation to Curriculum Standards.

The instructional materials evaluation committee will review the responses to this questionnaire, the attachments, and the actual materials submitted. The committees will rate and comment on how well each submission satisfies the requirements of the criteria. Possible ratings are as follows: THOROUGHLY HIGHLY ADEQUATELY MINIMALLY or NOT AT ALL. The State Instructional Materials Committee will vote FOR or AGAINST adoption. Results will be reported in the State Committee Evaluation Report. The Commissioner of Education will use committee recommendations and cost information in making the final adoption decisions. IDENTIFICATION OF SUBMISSION Publisher Subject Area in which Submitting

McDougal Littell 9-12 Mathematics 9-12 Mathematics / Calculus Calculus I with Precalculus

Course for Which Submitting Use exact title as it appears in the INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS SPECIFICATIONS. Only ONE

course may be designated

Title of Submission

Authors List full name of author(s). Give major or senior author first.

Students and Grade Levels Describe the type(s) of students and grade level(s) for which this submission is intended.

This text is intended for use with students studying first year calculus.

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DESCRIPTION OF SUBMISSION 1. IDENTIFY AND DESCRIBE THE COMPONENTS OF THE MAJOR TOOL. The Major Tool is comprised of the items necessary to meet the standards and requirements of the course or subject for which it is designed and submitted. As part of this section, include a description of the educational approach of the submission. (Add pages as needed.)

EDUCATIONAL APPROACH: (The information provided here will be used in our catalog in the case of adoption of program.) Calculus I with Precalculus serves as a comprehensive teaching and learning resource to introduce calculus to a wider variety of high school students. This innovative text begins with three chapters of pre-calculus, then moves right into first-semester calculus. The text is ideal for courses that wish to reinforce algebraic skills within pre-calculus and then successfully transition students into calculus itself. It features an in-depth, systematic study of each basic class of functions algebraic, exponential and logarithmic, and trigonometric first through pre-calculus, then through calculus. MAJOR TOOL - STUDENT COMPONENTS: Calculus 1 with PreCalculus, Pupils Edition with Learning Tools CD-ROM The text contains nearly 10,000 exercises. Each exercise set is carefully graded, progressing form skill-development problems to more rigorous problems involving applications and proofs. Technology is integrated through the text; but not required. Students will have over 1,000 titled examples that make the material accessible to all types of learners. Real-world applications motivate students to understand important concepts. Exploratory project help students discover concepts on their own. The Learning Tools CD-ROM contains study tools and text-specific resource material, including additional practice that will support students as they work through Calculus I with Precalculus. MAJOR TOOL - TEACHER COMPONENTS: Complete Solutions Guide with Instructors Notes Contains detailed teaching notes, chapter outlines, and discussion topics. Provides complete solutions for exercises in the pupils edition.

2. Briefly describe the ANCILLARY materials submitted for purchase and their relationship with the major tool. (Add additional pages as necessary) STUDENT COMPONENTS: Study and Solutions Guide Provides complete solutions for odd-numbered exercises in the pupils edition. TEACHER COMPONENTS: Test Item File This is the printed version of the items available on the test generator. Test Generator CD-ROM This electronic test generator helps teachers prepare a variety of tests and quizzes.

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HOW MUCH INSTRUCTIONAL TIME IS NEEDED? Identify and explain the suggested instructional time for this submission. If a series, state the suggested time for each level. The goal is to determine whether the amount of content is suitable to the length of the course for which it is submitted.

Calculus I with Precalculus is intended for one year (two semesters) of academic study or an equivalent block of time.

4. WHAT TRAINING/INSERVICE IS AVAILABLE? Describe the training/inservice available from the publisher, the type of inservice available, how it may be obtained, and if there is a charge for the service. (If this program is adopted, this information will be used in the compilation of our catalog.)

McDougal Littell will provide inservice/staff development to each Florida school district in which Calculus with PreCalculus is adopted. Consultant services and staff development may be arranged on a mutually convenient basis at no cost to the local school district. This service is provided for the life of the contract and may be arranged by contacting the McDougal Littell sales representative for the local district. The company maintains a toll-free telephone number (1-800-323-5435) to answer questions and provide service to teachers. This service is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday. For technical support for McDougal Littell software, teachers can call 1-800-727-3009 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday. Frequently asked questions about technology are answered on the companys Internet site, www.mcdougallittell.com, under the Tech Support tab.

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WHAT HARDWARE/EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED? Briefly list and describe the hardware/equipment needed to implement the submission in the classroom.

REMEMBER: FLORIDA LAW DOES NOT ALLOW HARDWARE/EQUIPMENT TO BE INCLUDED ON THE BID! Learning Tools CD-ROM For Windows: Windows95, 98, NT, 2000, or ME; 133 MHz Pentium processor; 32 MB RAM installed; 10 MB available hard drive space; 16-bit color monitor with minimum resolution settings 800 x 600; Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 Service Pack 1 or higher or Netscape Navigator 4.7 or higher. For Macintosh: System 8.1 or later; 100 MHz Power Macintosh processor; 32 MB installed RAM; 10 MB available hard drive space; 16-bit color monitor with suggested minimum resolution settings 800 x 600; four-speed CD-ROM drive or better; Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or higher or Netscape Navigator 4.7 or higher. Test Generator CD-ROM For Windows: Pentium processor or equivalent; Windows 95, 98, or NT; 32 MB RAM installed; 60 MB available hard drive space; SGVA monitor with minimum resolution settings 800 x 600; requires CD-ROM drive and printer; online testing requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher. For Macintosh: PowerPC processor; System 8.0 or higher; 32 MB RAM free; 60 MB available hard drive space; monitor with minimum resolution settings 800 x 600.

6. WHAT LICENSING POLICIES AND/OR AGREEMENTS APPLY? If software is being submitted, please attach a copy of the companys licensing policies and/or agreements. APPLICABLE. See attachment. PLEASE CHECK: [ ] Site (school) [ ] District

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WHAT STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE SUBMISSION? List some of the states in which this submission is currently adopted.

This text is adopted in Alabama, Kentucky, South Carolina, and Utah. It is bid for 2003-2004 adoptions in Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, and Oklahoma.

8.

LIST THE FLORIDA DISTRICTS IN WHICH THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN PILOTED IN THE LAST EIGHTEEN MONTHS.

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PREPARATION OF QUESTIONNAIRE

Name and Title of Person Preparing Questionnaire Muffet Hughes Mathematics Specialist Mailing Address: McDougal Littell Box 1667 Evanston, IL 60204

Telephone:

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus PUBLISHER: McDougal Littell GRADE: 9-12 STRAND A: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations STANDARD 1: The student understands the different ways numbers are represented and used in the real world. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, MA.A.1.4.1 associates verbal names, written word names, and standard for example: numerals with integers, rational numbers, irrational Pupils Edition: numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers. P.1 Note, 2; 2.4 Complex Numbers, 167, 172 (#5-16); 12.5 Trigonometric Form

of Complex Numbers, 760-761, 766 (#7-10) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 98, 467 Test Item File: 162-163, 515-516 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Section 2.4, 12.5; see also related resources for review

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.A.1.4.2 understands the relative size of integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, and real numbers. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, for example: Pupils Edition: P.1 Note, 2 Ancillaries Learning Tools CD-ROM: (related Student Resources for review) This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, for example: Pupils Edition: 2.4 Complex Numbers, 167-173; 2.R selected Review Exercises, 199-200 (#6178); 12.5 Trigonometric Form of a Complex Number, 759-768; 12.R selected Review Exercises, 771 (#85-106); 12.PS selected Problem Solving, 773 (#1013, 15) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 98-101, 121-122, 466-475, 479-481, 484 Test Item File: 162-168, 512-525 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Section 2.4, 12.5 and review

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MA.A.1.4.3 understands concrete and symbolic representations of real and complex numbers in real-world situations.

*Indepth/Mentioned Section number and title narrative is included to locate supporting material in ancillaries. Selected exercises are referenced in parentheses, otherwise entire page is applicable.

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND A: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations STANDARD 2: The student understands number systems. BENCHMARK MA.A.2.4.1 understands and uses the basic concepts of limits and infinity. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

See the following pages for selected examples basic to Calculus: Pupils Edition: 3.A Swimming Speed: Taking It to the Limit, 204; 3.1 A Preview of Calculus, 206-211; 3.2 Finding Limits Graphically and Numerically, 212-219; 3.3 Evaluating Limits Analytically, 220-228; 3.4 Continuity and One-Sided Limits, 229-240; 3.5 Infinite Limits, 240-247; 3.R Review Exercises, 248-249; 3.PS Problem Solving, 250-251; 5.5 Limits at Infinity, 345-354; 5.R selected Review Exercises, 382 (#31-42); 5.PS selected Problem Solving, 384 (#1, 9); 6.2 Upper and Lower Sums, 402-406, 407 (#31-35, 41-47), 408 (#48-60, 73), 409 (#80); 6.3 Riemann Sums, 410-412, 417 (#1-2); 6.R selected Review Exercises, 451-452 (#19-26); 11.1 Limits of Trigonometric Functions, 670-676; 11.R selected Review Exercises, 717 (#1-16) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 129-148, 210-216, 235-236, 240, 241, 250-253, 255, 273-274, 418-421, 443 Test Item File: 195-218, 268-271, 293-294, 296, 300, 466-468 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 3.1-3.5, 5.5, 6.2, 6.3, 11.1; see also Calculus Lab 2

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.A.2.4.2 understands and uses the real number system. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, for example: Pupils Edition: P.1 Note, 2 Ancillaries Learning Tools CD-ROM: (related Student Resources for review) Pupils Edition: 2.4 Complex Numbers, 167-173; 2.R selected Review Exercises, 199-200 (#6178); 2.R selected Review Exercises, 199-200 (#61-78); 12.5 Trigonometric Form of a Complex Number, 759-768; 12.R selected Review Exercises, 771 (#85106); 12.PS selected Problem Solving, 773 (#10-13, 15) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 98-101, 121-122, 466-475, 479-481, 484 Test Item File: 162-168, 512-525 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Section 2.4, 12.5

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND A: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations STANDARD 3: The student understands the effects of operations on numbers and the relationships among these operations, selects appropriate operations, and computes for problem solving PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT I/M* Taught in earlier courses and applied throughout the text. I MA.A.3.4.1 understands and explains the effects of addition, Ancillaries subtraction, multiplication, and division on real numbers, CD-ROM: including square roots, exponents, and appropriate inverse Learning Tools Resources for review) (related Student relationships. Pupils Edition: I MA.A.3.4.3 Taught in earlier courses and applied throughout the text. adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides real numbers, including square roots and exponents, using appropriate Ancillaries methods of computing, such as mental mathematics, paper Learning Tools CD-ROM: and pencil, and calculator. (related Student Resources for review)

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND A: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations STANDARD 4: The student uses estimation in problem solving and computation. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT See the following pages for representative examples: MA.A.4.4.1 uses estimation strategies in complex situations to predict Pupils Edition: results and to check the reasonableness of results.

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Chapter Opener Applications, xviii, 66, 134, 204, 252, 312, 386, 456, 510, 546, 624, 668, 722, 774, 858; see also Explorations, Section Projects, and problem solving applications in Section Exercises, Chapter Review Exercises, and Chapter Problem Solving throughout Ancillaries Student's Solutions Guide: Found throughout the text. Test Item File: Found throughout the text. Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources throughout; see also Calculus Labs 1-13

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND A: Number Sense, Concepts, and Operations STANDARD 5: The student understands and applies theories related to numbers. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT See the following pages for representative examples: MA.A.5.4.1 applies special number relationships such as sequences and Pupils Edition: series to real-world problems.

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1.6 Mathematical Modeling, 117-128; 1.R selected Review Exercises, 131 (#6875); 1.PS selected Problem Solving, 133 (#17); 2.A Complex Numbers and Fractals, 134; 2.4 Complex Numbers, 169 (Exploration), 173 (Section Project); 6.2 Area, 398-409 Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 67-71, 75, 77 Test Item File: 127-137, 164 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 1.6, 2.4

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND B: Measurement STANDARD 1: The student measures quantities in the real world and uses the measures to solve problems. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT See the following pages for representative examples: MA.B.1.4.1 uses concrete and graphic models to derive formulas for Pupils Edition: finding perimeter, area, surface area, circumference, and P.1 Solving Equations, 13 (#192-195); P.2 Solving Inequalities, 26 (#151-152); volume of two- and three-dimensional shapes, including P.4 Graphs of Equations, 45 (#73-74); P.R selected Review Exercises, rectangular solids, cylinders, cones, and pyramids. 61-63 (#50, 96); 1.1 Dimensions, 73, 76-77 (#88-92, 95); 1.2 Analyzing Graphs

of Functions, 90-91 (#124, 126); 1.4 Combinations of Functions, 107 (#63-64); 1.6 Formulas and Variation, 120, 124 (#21-22, 27-30), 125 (#49, 55); 1.R selected Review Exercises, 129 (#13); 1.PS selected Problem Solving, 132 (#1-2); 5.7 Optimization Problems, 363-364, 365, 367, 368-371 (#7-10, 1743); 5.R selected Review Exercises, 383 (#62-66, 71-72); 5.PS selected Problem Solving, 385 (#13-15); 6.A The Wankel Rotary Engine and Area, 386; 6.2 Area, 398-409; 6.3 Areas of Common Geometric Figures, 414, 417-418 (#13-32); 6.R selected Review Exercises, 451-452 (#17-24, 27-28); 6.PS selected Problem Solving, 455 (#12, 14); 9.7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions, 609 (#104); 9.PS selected Problem Solving, 622-623 (#10, 14); 12.1 Area of an Oblique Triangle, 728, 731 (#50, 54); 12.2 Herons Area Formula, 733, 736 (#17-22), 738 (#45-48); 12.R selected Review Exercises, 770 (#30-33); 12.PS selected Problem Solving, 772-773 (#6, 7, 17) (continued on next page)

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 10, 21, 28, 47, 62, 68-69, 72, 75, 225, 226-230, 239-240, 242, 249-255, 256-257, 273-274, 456, 458, 477, 483, 484 Test Item File: 17, 78-79, 80, 128, 131, 133, 280-282, 293-296, 494-495, 499-500 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.1, P.2, P.4, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 6.3, 9.7, 12.1, 12.2; see also Calculus Labs 5, 11

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.B.1.4.2 uses concrete and graphic models to derive formulas for finding rate, distance, time, angle measures, and arc lengths. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

Pupils Edition: P.1 Solving Equations, 14 (#196-200); P.2 Solving Inequalities, 25-26 (#145150, 153-156); P.3 Distance and Midpoint Formulas, 29-32, 35 (#49-68), 36 (#75-78); P.5 Ratios and Rates of Change, 49, 56-59 (#37-44, 91-108); P.R selected Review Exercises, 61-63 (#59-60, 75-76, 117-118); P.PS selected Problem Solving, 64-65 (#4, 11, 14); 1.1 Applications of Functions, 73, 77 (#93-94), 78 (#97-102); 1.2 Analyzing Graphs of Functions, 90 (#126); 1.4 Combinations of Functions, 105-107 (#35, 64, 65); 1.5 Inverse Functions, 115 (#79); 1.6 Mathematical Modeling, 117-128; 1.R selected Review Exercises, 129-131 (#11, 69, 70); 1.PS selected Problem Solving, 133 (#16); 4.2 Rates of Change, 270-271 (#81-96); 4.6 Related Rates, 300-306; 4.R selected Review Exercises, 307-309 (#27-34, 85-89); 4.PS selected Problem Solving, 311 (#9-10, 13-14); 5.7 Optimization Problems, 365, 366, 368 (#16), 371 (#45), 372 (#47-55); 5.R selected Review Exercises, 383 (#61, 67-68); 5.PS selected Problem Solving, 385 (#16); 8.4 Growth and Decay, 537-539, 540-541 (#21-24, 33-48); 9.1 Radian and Degree Measure, 548-556; 9.2 Trigonometric Functions: The Unit Circle, 557-563; 9.3 Right Triangle Trigonometry, 567-568, 570-571 (#65-74); 9.4 Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle, 579 (#94-99); 9.5 Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions, 589-590 (#8391); 9.6 Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions, 598-600 (#75-89); 9.7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions, 608-609 (#99-103); 9.8 Applications and Models, 610618; 9.R selected Review Exercises, 619-621 (#21-22, 53-54, 95-96, 133-136); 9.PS selected Problem Solving, 622-623 (#7, 13, 15); 12.1 Application of the Law of Sines, 729, 730-731 (#39-49); 12.2 Application of the Law of Cosines, 734-735, 736-738 (#25-44); 12.3 Applications of Vectors, 745-746, 748-750 (#6785, Section Project); 12.R selected Review Exercises, 769 (#17-19, 28-29), 770 (#60-62); 12.PS selected Problem Solving, 773 (#16); and other applications of differential and integral calculus throughout (continued on next page)

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 10, 20-21, 23-24, 30-31, 34-35, 38, 39, 41, 42, 47, 48, 60, 62, 66, 67-71, 72, 75, 160-161, 175-179, 181, 184, 187, 230-231, 239, 333-339, 342-343, 348, 352-353, 357-358, 362-366, 367, 369, 371, 372, 373, 453-454, 456-458, 462-463, 476-477, 479 Test Item File: 15-16, 18, 31, 37-38, 41-42, 62-66, 79-80, 94-96, 114, 126, 127-137, 228-230, 245-249, 283, 368-370, 371-425, 495-496, 500-501, 505 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.1-P.3, P.5, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4- 1.6, 4.2, 4.6, 5.7, 8.4, 9.1-9.8, 12.1-12.3

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.B.1.4.3 relates the concepts of measurement to similarity and proportionality in real-world situations PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

Pupils Edition: P.5 Ratios and Rates of Change, 49, 56-59 (#37-44, 91-108); 1.3 Functions and Their Graphs, 100 (#59-60); 1.6 Mathematical Modeling, 117-128; 1.R selected Review Exercises, 129-131 (#12, 69-72); 8.4 Growth and Decay, 537-539, 540-541 (#21-24, 33-48); 8.R selected Review Exercises, 543 (#61-64); 9.3 Right Triangle Trigonometry, 564-571; 9.4 Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle, 579 (#99); 9.8 Applications and Models, 610-618; 9.R selected Review Exercises, 620 (#53-54), 621 (#133-136); 9.PS selected Problem Solving, 622623 (#7-10); 12.1 Application of the Law of Sines, 729, 730-731 (#39-49); 12.2 Application of the Law of Cosines, 734-735, 736-738 (#25-44); 12.3 Applications of Vectors, 745-746, 748-750 (#67-85, Section Project); 12.R 769 (#17-19, 28-29), 770 (#60-62) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 30-31, 34-35, 58, 67-71, 75, 325-326, 329, 339-343, 348, 362-366, 369, 372, 373, 453-454, 456-457, 460-461, 476, 477, 479 Test Item File: 62-63, 127-137, 368-370, 381-387, 421-425, 495-496, 500-501, 505 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.5, 1.3, 1.6, 8.4, 9.3, 9.8, 12.1-12.3; see also Calculus Labs 10, 13

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND B: Measurement STANDARD 2: The student compares, contrasts, and converts within systems of measurement (both standard/nonstandard and metric/ customary). PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT I/M* See, for example: I MA.B.2.4.1 selects and uses direct (measured) or indirect (not Pupils Edition: measured) methods of measurement as appropriate.

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.B.2.4.2 solves real-world problems involving rated measures (miles per hour, feet per second).

See, for example: Pupils Edition: P.5 Rates of Change, 49, 53, 55, 56-59 (#37-44, 91-108); P.R selected Review Exercises, 61-63 (#59-60, 75-76, 117-118); P.PS selected Problem Solving, 6465 (#4, 11, 14); 1.A Predator-Prey Cycles, 66; 1.1 Applications of Functions, 73, 77 (#93-94), 78 (#97-102); 1.2 Analyzing Graphs of Functions, 90 (#126); 1.4 Combinations of Functions, 105-107 (#35, 64, 65); 1.5 Inverse Functions, 115 (#79); 1.6 Mathematical Modeling, 117-128; 1.R selected Review Exercises, 129-131 (#11, 69, 70); 1.PS selected Problem Solving, 133 (#16); 4.A Gravity: Finding It Experimentally, 252; 4.2 Rates of Change, 279-271, 274-275 (#81-96); 4.6 Related Rates, 300-306; 4.R selected Review Exercises, 307-308 (#27-34), 309 (#85-89); 4.PS selected Problem Solving, 311 (#9-13); 6.1 Initial Conditions and Particular Solutions, 392-393, 395-397 (#57-75); 6.R selected Review Exercises, 451 (#11-14); 6.PS selected Problem Solving, 454 (#4); 8.4 Growth and Decay, 537-539, 540-541 (#21-24, 33-48); and other applications of differential and integral calculus throughout Ancillaries Student's Solutions Guide: 30-31, 34-35, 38, 39, 41, 42, 47-48, 60, 62, 66, 67-71, 72, 75, 160-161, 175-179, 181, 184, 187, 248-249, 272-273, 325-326 Test Item File: 62-66, 79, 94-96, 114, 126, 127-137, 228-230, 245-249, 291-292, 368-370 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.5, 1.1, 1.2, 1.4-1.6, 4.2, 4.6, 6.1, 8.4; see also Calculus Labs 2, 3, 12

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND B: Measurement STANDARD 3: The student estimates measurements in real-world problem situations. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT See, for example: MA.B.3.4.1 solves real-world and mathematical problems involving Pupils Edition: estimates of measurements, including length, time, Chapter Opener Applications, xviii, 66, 134, 204, 252, 312, 386, 456, 510, 546, weight/mass, temperature, money, perimeter, area, and 624, 668, 722, 774, 858; see also Explorations, Section Projects, and problem volume, and estimates the effects of measurement errors solving applications in Section Exercises, Chapter Review Exercises, and on calculations. Chapter Problem Solving throughout the text

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND B: Measurement STANDARD 4: The student selects and uses appropriate units and instruments for measurement to achieve the degree of precision and accuracy required in real-world situations. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT I/M* See, for example: I MA.B.4.4.1 determines the level of accuracy and precision, including Pupils Edition: absolute and relative errors or tolerance, required in real5.8 Differentials and Error Propagation, 376, 379-380 (#27-33, 37-38); world measurement situations. 5.R selected Review Exercises, 383 (#71-72); 6.6 Error Analysis, 448, 449 (#2730) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 232, 233, 240, 270-271 Test Item File: 284-285, 286, 312 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 5.8, 6.6

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.B.4.4.2 selects and uses appropriate instruments, technology, and techniques to measure quantities in order to achieve specified degrees of accuracy in a problem situation.

See, for example: Pupils Edition: 3.2 Finding Limits Graphically and Numerically, 212-219; 5.8 Differentials, 374380; 5.R selected Review Exercises, 383 (#71-72); 6.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, 430 (#53-57); 6.6 Numerical Integration, 444-450; 14.7 Keplers Laws, 904, 906 (#53-54); see also Chapter Opener Applications and techniques of approximation (including graphing calculator) throughout the text Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 129-133, 231-233, 240, 260, 268-272, 579 Test Item File: 22-23, 33-34, 196-200, 284-286, 309-312 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 3.2, 5.8, 6.4, 6.6, 14.7

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND C: Geometry and Spatial Sense STANDARD 1: The student describes, draws, identifies, and analyzes two- and three-dimensional shapes. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT See, for example: MA.C.1.4.1 uses properties and relationships of geometric shapes to Pupils Edition: construct formal and informal proofs.

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND C: Geometry and Spatial Sense STANDARD 2: The student visualizes and illustrates ways in which shapes can be combined, subdivided, and changed. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT Pupils Edition: MA.C.2.4.1 P.4 Symmetry, 40-41, 46 (#81-84); P.5 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines, 54, understands geometric concepts such as perpendicularity, 56 (#27-30), 58 (#79-86), 60 (#116, 118); P.R selected Review Exercises, parallelism, tangency, congruency, similarity, reflections, 62 (#85-88), 63 (#115-116); P.PS selected Problem Solving, 64-65 (#5, 8, 10); symmetry, and transformations including flips, slides, 1.3 Shifting, Reflecting, and Stretching Graphs, 92-100; 1.5 Inverse Functions, turns, enlargements, rotations, and fractals. 108-116; 1.R selected Review Exercises, 130 (#37-46, 53-64);

2.A Complex Numbers and Fractals, 134; 2.4 The Mandlebrot Set, 173 (Section Project); 3.1 The Tangent Line Problem, 209; 4.1 The Derivative and the Tangent Line Problem, 254-264; 11.PS selected Problem Solving, 721 (#13); 12.3 The Parallelogram Law, 741-742, 748 (#59-62); 14.6 Graphs of Polar Equations, 896-901 Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 29, 30, 33-34, 39, 41, 42, 54-58, 62-67, 73-74, 150-156, 450, 461, 571-576 Test Item File: 46, 60-61, 96-107, 115-126, 221-223, 505, 631-639 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.4, P.5, 1.3, 1.5, 2.4, 3.1, 4.1, 12.3, 14.6

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.C.2.4.2 analyzes and applies geometric relationships involving planar cross-sections (the intersection of a plane and a three-dimensional figure). PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

Pupils Edition: 5.7 Optimization Problems, 371 (#44); 11.6 St. Louis Arch, 717 (Section Project); 14.1 Conics, 860, 865 (#69-74), 866 (#77); 14.7 Polar Equations of Conics, 902-906; 14.R selected Review Exercises, 907 (#1-2, 10), 909 (#89-90) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 549-550, 576-579, 586 Test Item File: 631-639 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 5.7, 11.6, 14.1, 14.7; see also Calculus Lab 9

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND C: Geometry and Spatial Sense STANDARD 3: The student uses coordinate geometry to locate objects in both two- and three dimensions and to describe objects algebraically. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT I/M* See, for example: I MA.C.3.4.1 represents and applies geometric properties and Pupils Edition: relationships to solve real-world and mathematical P.5 Ratios and Rates of Change, 49, 56-59 (#37-44, 91-108); 9.3 Right Triangle problems including ratio, proportion, and properties of Trigonometry, 564-571; 9.4 Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle, 579 (#99); right triangle trigonometry. 9.8 Applications and Models, 610-618; 9.R selected Review Exercises, 620

(#53-54), 621 (#133-136); 9.PS selected Problem Solving, 622-623 (#7-10); 12.1 Application of the Law of Sines, 729, 730-731 (#39-49); 12.2 Application of the Law of Cosines, 734-735, 736-738 (#25-44); 12.3 Applications of Vectors, 745-746, 748-750 (#67-85, Section Project); 12.R 769 (#17-19, 28-29), 770 (#60-62); and other applications of geometric properties and relationships throughout the text Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 30-31, 34-35, 339-343, 348, 362-366, 369, 372, 373, 453-454, 456-457, 460-461, 476, 477, 479 Test Item File: 62-63, 381-387, 421-425, 495-496, 500-501, 505 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.5, 9.3, 9.4, 9.8, 12.1-12.3

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.C.3.4.2 using a rectangular coordinate system (graph), applies and algebraically verifies properties of two- and threedimensional figures, including distance, midpoint, slope, parallelism, and perpendicularity. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, for example: Pupils Edition: P.3 Graphical Representations of Data, 27-36; P.4 Graphs of Equations, 37-46; P.5 Linear Equations in Two Variables, 47-60; P.R selected Review Exercises, 62-63 (#61-118); P.PS selected Problem Solving, 64-65 (#3-14); 1.3 Shifting, Reflecting, and Stretching Graphs, 92-100; 1.5 Inverse Functions, 108-116; 1.R selected Review Exercises, 130 (#37-46, 53-64); and extensive applications of coordinate geometry throughout the text Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 21-35, 38-42, 54-58, 62-67, 73-74 Test Item File: 38-66, 96-107, 115-126 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.3-P.5, 1.3, 1.5

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND D: Algebraic Thinking STANDARD 1: The student describes, analyzes, and generalizes a wide variety of patterns, relations, and functions. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT Pupils Edition: MA.D.1.4.1 describes, analyzes, and generalizes relationships, patterns, 1.1 Functions, 68-78; 1.2 Analyzing Graphs of Functions, 79-91; 1.3 Shifting, and functions using words, symbols, variables, tables, and Reflecting, and Stretching Graphs, 92-100; 1.4 Combinations of Functions, 101107; 1.5 Inverse Functions, 108-116; 1.6 Mathematical Modeling, 117-128; graphs. 1.R Review Exercises, 129-131; 1.PS Problem Solving, 132-133; 2.1 Quadratic

Functions, 136-146; 2.2 Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree, 147-156; 2.3 The Remainder and Factor Theorems, 161-163, 164-165 (#39-85); 2.5 Zeros of Polynomial Functions, 174-184; 2.6 Rational Functions, 185-196; 2.R selected Review Exercises, 198 (#3-38), 199 (#49-60), 200-201 (#79-128); 2.PS selected Problem Solving, 202-203 (#1-11, 14-16); 7.1 Exponential Functions and Their Graphs, 459-466; 7.2 Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs, 467-476; 7.3 Using Properties of Logarithms, 480, 481 (#17-22), 482 (#85-96); 7.4 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations, 490 (#65-72), 491492 (#121-126); 7.5 Exponential and Logarithmic Models, 493-503; 7.R selected Review Exercise, 504-505 (#7-60), 506 (#77-78), 507 (#119-134); 7.PS selected Problem Solving, 508-509 (#1-12, 17-20); 9.2 Trigonometric Functions, 558-561, 562-563 (#29-42), 563 (#53-69); 9.3 Right Triangle Trigonometry, 564-571; 9.4 Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle, 572-579; 9.5 Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions, 580-590; 9.6 Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions, 591600; 9.7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions, 601-609; 9.8 Applications and Models, 610-618; 9.R selected Review Exercises, 619-621 (#23-133); 9.PS Problem Solving, 622-623; 11.6 Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic Functions, 707-709, 711-713, 715 (#1-10) (continued on next page)

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 44-77, 79-92, 94-97, 101-119, 120-121, 122-127, 280-288, 289, 291, 293, 296305, 307-309, 336, 337-373, 439 Test Item File: 67-154, 161, 169-194, 313-328, 339-347, 379-425 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 1.1-1.6, 2.1-2.3, 2.5, 2.6, 7.1-7.5, 9.2-9.8, 11.6 Pupils Edition: 1.3 Shifting, Reflecting, and Stretching Graphs, 92-100; 1.4 Combinations of Functions, 101-107; 1.5 Inverse Functions, 108-116; 1.6 Mathematical Modeling, 117-128; 1.R Review Exercises, 130-131 (#37-75); 1.PS Problem Solving, 132-133 (#10-20); 5.6 A Summary of Curve Sketching, 355-362; 5.7 Optimization Problems, 363-373; 5.R selected Review Problems, 383 (#4368); 9.5 Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions, 580-590; 14.4 Parametric Equations, 883-890; 14.R selected Review Exercises, 908 (#39-52); and analysis of function throughout the text Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 54-71, 73-75, 76-77, 217-233, 236-239, 349-353, 562-567, 582-583 Test Item File: 96-137, 272-286, 392-402, 613-623 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 1.3-1.6, 5.6, 5.7, 9.5, 14.4

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND D: Algebraic Thinking STANDARD 2: The student uses expressions, equations, inequalities, graphs, and formulas to represent and interpret situations. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT I/M* Pupils Edition: I MA.D.2.4.1 2.4 the Mandlebrot Set, 173 (Section Project); 6.2 Area, 409 (#83); represents real-world problem situations using finite graphs, matrices, sequences, series, and recursive relations. 6.PS selected Problem Solving, 455 (#14); 13.4 Matrices, 821 (#85-91);

13.5 Operations with Matrices, 831, 833-834 (#71-76); 13.7 Application of the Determinant of a Square Matrix, 848; 13.R selected Review Exercises, 854 (#117); 13.PS selected Problem Solving, 856-857 (#6, 18) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 255, 513-514, 538 Test Item File: 572 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 2.4, 6.2, 13.4, 13.5, 13.7

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.D.2.4.2 uses systems of equations and inequalities to solve realworld problems graphically, algebraically, and with matrices. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

Pupils Edition: 13.A Speed Skating, 774; 13.1 Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables, 776-787; 13.2 Multivariable Linear Systems, 788-798; 13.3 Systems of Inequalities, 799-807; 13.4 Matrices and Systems of Equations, 808-821; 13.5 Operations with Matrices, 822-834; 13.6 The Inverse of a Square Matrix, 835-843; 13.7 The Determinant of a Square Matrix, 844-850; 13.R Review Exercises, 851-855; 13.PS Problem Solving, 856-857 Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 486-544 Test Item File: 526-589 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 13.1-13.7

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND E: Data Analysis and Probability STANDARD 1: The student understands and uses the tools of data analysis for managing information. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT Pupils Edition: MA.E.1.4.1 P.A Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, xviii; P.3 Graphical Representations of Data, interprets data that has been collected, organized, and 28, 34-35 (#39-48, 69-70); P.4 Applications of Graphs of Equations, 43, 46 (#75displayed in charts, tables, and plots.

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.E.1.4.2 calculates measures of central tendency (mean, median, and mode) and dispersion (range, standard deviation, and variance) for complex sets of data and determines the most meaningful measure to describe the data. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, for example: Pupils Edition: P.4 Data Analysis, 43, 46 (#75-76); P.5 Data Analysis, 55, 60 (#113-114); P.PS selected Problem Solving, 65 (#11, 13); 1.1 Functions, 77-78 (#96-97); 6.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, 430-431 (#53-58); and other applications of measures of center and dispersion throughout the text Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 28, 35, 42, 48, 260 Test Item File: 53, 62, 304 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.4, P.5, 1.1, 6.4; see also Calculus Labs 1, 2, 3, 5, 12

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.E.1.4.3 analyzes real-world data and makes predictions of larger populations by applying formulas to calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion using the sample population data, and using appropriate technology, including calculators and computers. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, for example: Pupils Edition: P.4 Data Analysis, 43, 46 (#75-76); P.5 Data Analysis, 55, 60 (#113-114); P.PS selected Problem Solving, 65 (#11, 13); 6.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, 430-431 (#53-58); and other data analysis applications throughout the text Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 28, 35, 42, 260 Test Item File: 53, 62, 304 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections P.4, P.5, 6.4; see also Calculus Labs 1, 2, 3, 5, 12

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND E: Data Analysis and Probability STANDARD 2: The student identifies patterns and makes predictions from an orderly display of data using concepts of probability and statistics. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT I/M* This standard is a prerequisite to Calculus, and is applied throughout the text. See, M MA.E.2.4.1 determines probabilities using counting procedures, tables, for example: tree diagrams, and formulas for permutations and Pupils Edition: combinations. 6.2 Sigma Notation, 398-399, 406-407 (#1-22), 409 (#79-80, 82-84);

6.R selected Review Exercises, 453 (#67-68); 8.1 The Normal Probability Density Function, 513, 518 (#79-80); 8.R selected Review Exercise, 543 (#59) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 249-250, 254-255, 276, 315, 329 Test Item File: 293-295 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 6.2, 8.1

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK MA.E.2.4.2 determines the probability for simple and compound events as well as independent and dependent events. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus GRADE: 9-12 STRAND E: Data Analysis and Probability STANDARD 3: The student uses statistical methods to make inferences and valid arguments about real-world situations. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) BENCHMARK WHERE TAUGHT Pupils Edition: MA.E.3.4.1 For opportunities to address this standard, see the following pages: P.A Rock and designs and performs real-world statistical experiments Roll Hall of Fame, xviii; P.3 Graphical Representations of Data, 28, 34-35 (#39that involve more than one variable, then analyzes results 48, 69-70); P.4 Applications of Graphs of Equations, 43, 46 (#75-76); and reports findings. P.5 Applications of Linear Equations in Two Variables, 55, 57 (#39-41), 59

(#97-108), 60 (#110-114); P.R selected Review Exercises, 62 (#75-76); P.PS selected Problem Solving, 65 (#11-14); 1.A Predator-Prey Cycles, 66; 1.1 Functions, 77-78 (#92-99, 101); 1.2 Analyzing Graphs of Functions, 90-91 (#123, 126-127); 1.5 Inverse Functions, 115-116 (#82-84); 1.6 Mathematical Modeling, 117-128; 1.R selected Review Exercises, 131 (#68, 72); 3.A Swimming Speed: Taking It to the Limit, 204; 4.A Packaging: The Optimal Form, 252; 5.A Plastics and Cooling, 312; 7.A Crumple Zones, 456; 7.5 Exponential and Logarithmic Models, 493-503; and modeling and analyzing data in Section Exercises, Review Exercises, and Problem Solving throughout the text Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 22-24, 28-29, 30-31, 39, 42, 47-48, 54, 67-75, 297-302 Test Item File: 42-43, 53-54, 65-66, 79, 94-95, 126, 127-137, 341-347 (continued on next page)

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CORRELATION SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS SUBJECT: Mathematics 9-12: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus BENCHMARK PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

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CORRELATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS COURSE TITLE: Calculus COURSE NUMBER: 1202300 SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus PUBLISHER: McDougal Littell INTENDED OUTCOMES (Number and outcome) Work with functions graphically, numerically, and analytically: and demonstrate understanding of connections among these multiple representations. MA.D.1.4.1 describe, analyze, and generalize relationships, patterns, and functions using words, symbols, variables, tables, and graphs. determine the impact when changing parameters of given functions. represent real-world problem situations using finite graphs, matrices, sequences, series, and recursive relations. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

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CORRELATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS COURSE TITLE: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus INTENDED OUTCOMES (Number and outcome) Apply the theory of limits and continuity to solve problems. MA.A.2.4.1 understand and use the basic concepts of limits and infinity. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

The following page references relate specifically to the Intended Course Outcome. Exhaustive references for the supporting Standards, by Standard, are provided in the companion document, A Correlation of Calculus I with Precalculus to the Sunshine State Standards, which is included in the binder. Pupils Edition: 3.A Swimming Speed: Taking It to the Limit, 204; 3.1 A Preview of Calculus, 206-211; 3.2 Finding Limits Graphically and Numerically, 212-219; 3.3 Evaluating Limits Analytically, 220-228; 3.4 Continuity and One-Sided Limits, 229-240; 3.5 Infinite Limits, 240-247; 3.R Review Exercises, 248-249; 3.PS Problem Solving, 250-251; 5.5 Limits at Infinity, 345-354; 5.R selected Review Exercises, 382 (#31-42); 5.PS selected Problem Solving, 384 (#1, 9); 6.2 Upper and Lower Sums, 402-406, 407 (#31-35, 41-47), 408 (#48-60, 73), 409 (#80); 6.3 Riemann Sums, 410-412, 417 (#1-2); 6.R selected Review Exercises, 451-452 (#19-26); 11.1 Limits of Trigonometric Functions, 670-676; 11.R selected Review Exercises, 717 (#1-16) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 129-148, 210-216, 235-236, 240, 241, 250-253, 255, 273-274, 418-421, 443 Test Item File: 195-218, 268-271, 293-294, 296, 300, 466-468 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 3.1-3.5, 5.5, 6.2, 6.3, 11.1

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CORRELATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS COURSE TITLE: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus INTENDED OUTCOMES (Number and outcome) Demonstrate understanding of the meaning of derivatives, apply rules of differentiation, and use derivatives to solve varied problems. MA.B.2.4.1 MA.B.2.4.2 MA.B.4.4.1 select and use direct (measured) and indirect (not measured) methods of measurement as appropriate. solve real world problems involving rated measures (miles per hour, feet per second). determine the level of accuracy and precision, including absolute value and relative errors or tolerance, required in real-world measurement situations PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

The following page references relate specifically to the Intended Course Outcome. Exhaustive references for the supporting Standards, by Standard, are provided in the companion document, A Correlation of Calculus I with Precalculus to the Sunshine State Standards, which is included in the binder. Pupils Edition: 4.1 The Derivative and the Tangent Line Problem, 254-264; 4.2 Basic Differentiation Rule and Rates of Change, 265-275; 4.3 The Product and Quotient Rules and Higher-Order Derivatives, 276-284; 4.4 The Chain Rule, 285-292; 4.5 Implicit Differentiation, 293-299; 4.R Review Exercises, 307-309 (#1-84); 4.PS Problem Solving, 310 (#1-8); 5.1 Extrema on an Interval, 314-321; 5.2 Rolles Theorem and the Mean Value Theorem, 322-327; 5.3 Increasing and Decreasing Functions and the First Derivative Test, 328-336; 5.4 Concavity and the Second Derivative Test, 337-344; 5.6 A Summary of Curve Sketching, 355362; 5.7 Optimization Problems, 363-373; 5.8 Differentials, 374-380; 5.R selected Review Exercises, 381-383 (#1-30, 43-72); 5.PS Problem Solving, 384-385; 8.1 Differentiation of Exponential Functions, 512-513, 516 (#3-26); 8.2 Logarithmic Functions and Differentiation, 519-527; 8.R selected Review Exercises, 542 (#3-12); 8.PS selected Problem Solving, 545 (#10); 11.2 Trigonometric Functions: Differentiation, 677-686; 11.4 Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Differentiation, 695-699; 11.6 Differentiation of Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic Functions, 709-710, 713-714, 715 (#11-22, 47-54); 11.R selected Review Exercises, 717-718 (#17-36), 719 (#77-80, 91-92); 11.PS selected Problem Solving, 721 (#14) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 150-175, 180-187, 311-312, 315-320, 326, 422-428, 433-436, 438-440, 441 (continued on next page)

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Test Item File: 219-245, 348-352, 356-361, 468-476, 481-484, 489 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 4.1-4.5, 8.1, 8.2, 11.2, 11.4, 11.6

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CORRELATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS COURSE TITLE: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus INTENDED OUTCOMES (Number and outcome) Find the general antiderivative of a function. PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

The following page references relate specifically to the Intended Course Outcome. Exhaustive references for the supporting Standards, by Standard, are provided in the companion document, A Correlation of Calculus I with Precalculus to the Sunshine State Standards, which is included in the binder. Pupils Edition: 6.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integration, 388-397; 6.5 Integration by Substitution, 433-438, 442 (#1-32, 39-46), 443 (#81); 6.R selected Review Exercises, 451 (#1-8), 452 (#51-60); 8.1 Integration of Exponential Functions, 514-515, 517 (#45-66); 8.3 Logarithmic Functions and Integration, 528-529, 530532, 533-534 (#1-40), 535 (#63-67, 79-80); 8.R selected Review Exercises, 542 (#13-21), 543 (#47-56); 11.3 Trigonometric Functions: Integration, 687-690, 692 (#1-32, 45-46); 11.5 Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Integration, 700-702, 704, 705 (#1-46, intermittently); 11.6 Integration of Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic Functions, 709, 711, 713, 714, 715 (#33-40, 44-46), 716 (#59-66); 11.R selected Review Exercises, 718 (#49-60), 719 (#83-88) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 245-249, 262-268, 272, 275-276, 314, 320-321, 323, 327, 328-329, 429, 430, 436438, 441-442, 445-447 Test Item File: 287-292, 301-312, 352-355, 361-366, 476-480, 484-488, 490-491 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 6.1, 6.5, 8.1, 8.3, 11.3, 11.5, 11.6

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CORRELATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS COURSE TITLE: Calculus SUBMISSION TITLE: Calculus I with Precalculus INTENDED OUTCOMES (Number and outcome) Demonstrate understanding of definite integrals and use integrals to solve varied problems. MA.B.1.4.1 use concrete and graphic models to derive formulas for finding perimeter, area, surface area, circumference, and volume of two- and threedimensional shapes, including rectangular solids, cylinders, cones, and pyramids. determine the level of accuracy and precision, including absolute value and relative errors or tolerance, required in real-world measurement situations. analyze and apply geometric relationships involving planar crosssections (the intersection of a plane and a three-dimensional figure). PAGE(S) OR LOCATION(S) WHERE TAUGHT

The following page references relate specifically to the Intended Course Outcome. Exhaustive references for the supporting Standards, by Standard, are provided in the companion document, A Correlation of Calculus I with Precalculus to the Sunshine State Standards, which is included in the binder. Pupils Edition: 6.1 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integration, 392-393, 395-397 (#53-81); 6.3 Riemann Sums and Definite Integrals, 410-419; 6.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, 420-432; 6.5 Integration by Substitution, 439-441, 442 (#47-80), 433, (#82, 84); 6.6 Numerical Integration, 444-450; 6.R selected Review Exercises, 452 (#29-50), 453 (#61-72); 6.PS Problem Solving, 454-455; 8.1 Integration of Exponential Functions, 515, 518 (#77-81); 8.3 Logarithmic Functions and Integration, 533, 534 (#33-46); 8.R selected Review Exercises, 542 (#13-21), 543 (#47-56); 8.PS Problem Solving, 544-545; 11.3 Trigonometric Functions: Integration, 691, 692-693 (#33-40, 47-58, 65-68); 11.5 Inverse Trigonometric Functions: Integration, 705 (#3-46, intermittently); 11.6 Integration of Hyperbolic and Inverse Hyperbolic Functions, 715 (#41-43); 11.R selected Review Exercises, 718 (#63-66), 719 (#71-72, 75-76); 11.PS selected Problem Solving, 720-721 (#5, 13) Ancillaries Study and Solutions Guide: 255-261, 266-272, 274-277, 315, 321, 327, 328-329, 429, 436-437, 441, 446 Test Item File: 296-304, 305, 306, 308, 309-310, 312, 355, 477, 487 Learning Tools CD-ROM: eSolutions, iC Open Explorations, and additional Student Resources for Sections 6.3-6.6, 8.1, 8.3, 11.3, 11.5, 11.6

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