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## Ohio Math Standards - 12th Grade

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## Computation and Estimation

* Apply combinations as a method to create coefficients for the Binomial Theorem, and make connections to everyday and workplace problem situations.

## Number and Number Systems

* Determine what properties (closure, identity, inverse, commutative and associative) hold for operations with complex numbers.

## Use Measurement Techniques and Tools

* Apply informal concepts of successive approximation, upper and lower bounds, and limits in measurement situations; e.g., measurement of some quantities, such as volume of a cone, can be determined by sequences of increasingly accurate approximations.
* Solve problems involving derived measurements; e.g., acceleration and pressure.
* Use radian measures in the solution of problems involving angular velocity and acceleration.

## Transformations and Symmetry

* Derive and apply the basic trigonometric identities; i.e., angle addition, angle subtraction, and double angle.
* Use matrices to represent translations, reflections, rotations, dilations and their compositions.

## Visualization and Geometric Models

* Relate graphical and algebraic representations of lines, simple curves and conic sections.
* Recognize and compare specific shapes and properties in multiple geometries; e.g., plane, spherical, and hyperbolic.

## Use Patterns, Relations and Functions

* Analyze the behavior of arithmetic and geometric sequences and series as the number of terms increases.
* Translate between the numeric and symbolic form of a sequence or series.
* Describe and compare the characteristics of transcendental and periodic functions; e.g., general shape, number of roots, domain and range, asymptotic behavior, extrema, local and global behavior.
* Represent the inverse of a transcendental function symbolically.

## Use Algebraic Representations

* Make arguments about mathematical properties using mathematical induction.
* Make mathematical arguments using the concepts of limit.
* Translate freely between polar and Cartesian coordinate systems.
* Compare estimates of the area under a curve over a bounded interval by partitioning the region with rectangles; e.g., make successive estimates using progressively smaller rectangles.
* Set up and solve systems of equations using matrices and graphs, with and without technology.

## Analyze Change

* Use the concept of limit to find instantaneous rate of change for a point on a graph as the slope of a tangent at a point.

## Statistical Methods

* Transform bivariate data so it can be modeled by a function; e.g., use logarithms to allow nonlinear relationship to be modeled by linear function.
* Apply the concept of a random variable to generate and interpret probability distributions, including binomial, normal and uniform.
* Describe the shape and find all summary statistics for a set of univariate data, and describe how a linear transformation affects shape, center and spread.
* Use sampling distributions as the basis for informal inference.

## Data Collection

* Identify and use various sampling methods (voluntary response, convenience sample, random sample, stratified random sample, census) in a study.

## Probability

* Use theoretical or experimental probability, including simulations, to determine probabilities in real-world problem situations involving uncertainty, such as mutually exclusive events, complementary events and conditional probability.