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Excursion in Modern Mathematics (Discrete Math) - Standard Correlation

DM.1.1 Use Tree diagrams, Venn diagrams and other pictorial representations to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation; DM.4.5 Use Bin-packing techniques to solve problems; DM.4.8 Use Linear Programming to minimize or maximize a variable subject to constraints;

The Mathematics of Spiral Growth


Lesson 9.1: Fibonaccis Rabbits (Pgs. 332-335) Lesson 9.2: Fibonacci Numbers (Pgs: 335-338) Lesson 9-3: The Golden Ratio (Pgs. 339-5341) Lesson 9.4: Gnomons (Pgs 341-346) Lesson 9.5: Spiral Growth in Nature (Pgs. 346-349) Chapter 9: Conclusion, Key Concepts, Exercises, Projects and Papers (Pgs: 349-359) Chapter 9 Assessments

4th Quarter PART 3: Shape, Growth, and Form Chapter 9: DoDEA Standard Additional Resources to Support the Correlations DoDEA Standards
DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; No DoDEA Discrete Math Standard Presentations Excursions in Modern Mathematics (Chapter 9 Power Point Presentation) Lesson Notes:
Recursive Definition Recursive Notes and Sample Problems Binets Formula The Rabbit Problem Fibonacci in Nature

4th Quarter

No DoDEA Discrete Math Standard (Pgs: 349-359)

Discovery Education: Math Factor: Sequences: Recursive Forms Fibonacci Sequence The Fibonacci Sequence in Nature Investigating Fibonacci Numbers Tutorials:
Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [1 of 3] (khan) Doodling in Math Class: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [2 of 3] (khan) Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being (khan) Recursive Sequences (brightstorm) Stepping Through Recursive Fibonacci Function (khan) Deriving Binet's formula for the Fibonacci numbers Math Dude 016 Video Extra! The Fibonacci Sequence...and

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Excursion in Modern Mathematics (Discrete Math) - Standard Correlation


DM.1.1 Use Tree diagrams, Venn diagrams and other pictorial representations to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation; DM.4.5 Use Bin-packing techniques to solve problems; DM.4.8 Use Linear Programming to minimize or maximize a variable subject to constraints;

Rabbits! (YouTube) Sequences 3: Fibonacci (YouTube)

** Please Note YouTube videos can be open via your gaggle.net account while on the DoDDS-E Network Technology Connection:
Generating Recursive Sequences on the TI84 Recursive Sequences STEP BY STEP Practice Online NUMB3RS - Season 1 - "Sabotage" - It All Started with a Pair of Rabbits (ti-84+) Class of Gold (ti-84+) Golden Ratio (ti-84+) Fibonacci Fun (ti-84+)

The Mathematics of Money


Lesson 10.1: Percentages (Pgs: 360-366) Lesson 10.2: Simple Interest (Pgs. 666-370) Lesson 10-3: Compound Interest (Pgs. 370-376) Lesson 10.4: Geometric Sequences
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Chapter 10: DoDEA Standard Additional Resources to Support the Correlations DoDEA Standards
DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.2 Use finite differences to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.2 Use finite differences to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.2 Use finite differences to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; Presentations: Excursions in Modern Mathematics (Chapter 10 Power Point Presentations) Lesson Notes: Percent Increase and Decrease Algebra Lab Notes Percent Increase and Decrease Compound Interest General Compounding Formula Notes Continuous Compound Interest Notes and Examples Discovery Education: Math Factor: Geometric Sequences Difference between Simple and Compound Interest

Excursion in Modern Mathematics (Discrete Math) - Standard Correlation


DM.1.1 Use Tree diagrams, Venn diagrams and other pictorial representations to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation; DM.4.5 Use Bin-packing techniques to solve problems; DM.4.8 Use Linear Programming to minimize or maximize a variable subject to constraints;

(Pgs. 376-379) Lesson 10.5: Deferred Annuities: Planned Savings for the Future (Pgs. 380-383) Lesson 10.6: Installment Loans: the Cost of Financing the Present (Pgs. 383-390) Chapter 10: Conclusion, Key Concepts, Exercises, Projects and Papers (Pgs: 390-399) Chapter 10 Assessments

DM.3.2 Use finite differences to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.2 Use finite differences to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.2 Use finite differences to solve problems;

Calculating Compound Interest Tutorials:


Describing the Meaning of Percent (khan) Describing the Meaning of Percent 2 (khan) Identifying Percent Amount and Base (khan) Representing a number as a decimal, percent, and fraction
(khan)

Solving Percent Problems (khan) Solving Percent Problems 2 (khan) Solving Percent Problems 3 (khan) Growing by a percentage (khan)

Introduction to Interest (khan) Interest Part 2 (khan) Introduction to Compound Interest (khan) The Rule of 72 for Compound Interest (khan) Geometric Sequences (brightstorm)
Mr. Math does percentages (YouTube) Math Basics: Percents (YouTube) The Simple Interest Formula (YouTube) Simple vs Compound Interest.mp4 (YouTube) The Magic of Compound Interest - Learn how it multiplies your Money (YouTube) A Penny a Day (YouTube) ** Please Note YouTube videos can be open via your gaggle.net account while on the DoDDS-E Network

Technology Connection: Compound Interest Calculator Compound Interest Simulator Continuous Compound Calculator Compound Interest Graphing Calculator (ti-84+)
Compound Interest: Show Me the Money (ti-84+) Math TODAY for TI-Navigator System - College Costs Surge Last Edit 10 June 2011

Excursion in Modern Mathematics (Discrete Math) - Standard Correlation


DM.1.1 Use Tree diagrams, Venn diagrams and other pictorial representations to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation; DM.4.5 Use Bin-packing techniques to solve problems; DM.4.8 Use Linear Programming to minimize or maximize a variable subject to constraints;

Interest and Annuities (ti-84+) Deposit and Forget It (ti-84+) Compound interest calculator (applet)

The Geometry of Fractal Shapes


Lesson 12.1: The Koch Snowflake (Pgs. 438-444)
OPTIONAL Time Permitting

Chapter 12: DoDEA Standard Additional Resources to Support the Correlations DoDEA Standards
DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; Presentations: Excursions in Modern Mathematics (Chapter 12 Power Point Presentations) Lesson Notes: The Koch Snowflake The Sierpinski Gasket The Chaos Game The Mandelbrot Set Discovery Education: The Chaos Game Tutorials:
Koch Snowflake.MP4 (youTube) The Mandelbrot Set (Part 1) (youTube) Sierpinski Triangle Talk Part 1 youTube) ** Please Note YouTube videos can be open via your gaggle.net account while on the DoDDS-E Network

Lesson 12.2: The Sierpinski Gasket (Pgs: 444-447)


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DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems; DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems;

Lesson 12-3: The Chaos Game (Pgs. 339-5341)


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Lesson 12.4: The Twisted Sierpinski Triangle (Pgs 448-450)


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Lesson 12.5: The Mandelbrot Set (Pgs. 451-457)


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DM.3.1 Use Recursive Thinking to solve problems;

Chapter 12: Conclusion, Key Concepts, Exercises, Projects and Papers (Pgs: 458-473) Chapter 12 Assessments
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Technology Connection: The Sierpinski Gasket Interactive Sierpinskis Triangle The Chaos Game Interactive
Snowflake Points (ti-84+) Key Curriculum Press Advanced Algebra: Project The Madelbrot Set (ti-84+)

Excursion in Modern Mathematics (Discrete Math) - Standard Correlation


DM.1.1 Use Tree diagrams, Venn diagrams and other pictorial representations to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation; DM.4.5 Use Bin-packing techniques to solve problems; DM.4.8 Use Linear Programming to minimize or maximize a variable subject to constraints;

Part 4: Statistics Chapter 15: Chances Probabilities, and Odds


Lesson 15.1: Random Experiments and Sample Space (Pgs. 556-560) Lesson 15.2: Counting Outcomes in Sample Spaces (Pgs. 560-562) Supplement: Visual Representations

DoDEA Standard Correlations


DM.1.2 Apply the fundamental counting principle to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation and solve problems using combinatorial reasoning; DM.1.2 Apply the fundamental counting principle to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation and solve problems using combinatorial reasoning; DM.1.1 Use Tree diagrams, Venn diagrams and other pictorial representations to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation; DM.1.2 Apply the fundamental counting principle to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation and solve problems using combinatorial reasoning; DM.1.3 Use probability to make predictions and solve problems; DM.1.4 Use simulations to solve counting and probability problems;

Additional Resources to Support the DoDEA Standards


Presentations: Excursions in Modern Mathematics (Chapter 15 Power Point Presentations) Lesson Notes: Permutations and Combinations Notes Permutation and Combination Examples Fundamental Principles of Counting Sample Space and Examples Discovery Education: Sample Space Tutorials:
Permutations (khan) Combinations (khan) Permutations and Combinations 1 (khan) Permutations and Combinations 2 (khan) Permutations and Combinations 3 (khan) Permutations and Combinations 4 (khan) Probability using Combinations (khan) Venn Diagrams and Partitions - Sets, Partitions, and Tree Diagrams - Finite Math (youTube) SAT & ACT Math: Permutations And Combinations
(youTube)

Lesson 15-3: Permutations and Combinations (Pgs. 562-565)

Lesson 15.4: Probability Spaces (Pgs 565-568)


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Lesson on Finding Probability and Sample Space

Excursion in Modern Mathematics (Discrete Math) - Standard Correlation


DM.1.1 Use Tree diagrams, Venn diagrams and other pictorial representations to determine the number of outcomes in a problem situation; DM.4.5 Use Bin-packing techniques to solve problems; DM.4.8 Use Linear Programming to minimize or maximize a variable subject to constraints;

Lesson 15.5: Equiprobable Spaces (Pgs 569-572) Lesson 15.6: Odds (Pgs. 573-574)

DM.1.3 Use probability to make predictions and solve problems; DM.1.4 Use simulations to solve counting and probability problems; DM.1.3 Use probability to make predictions and solve problems; DM.1.4 Use simulations to solve counting and probability problems;

(youTube)

Sample Spaces Probability (youTube) ** Please Note YouTube videos can be open via your gaggle.net account while on the DoDDS-E Network

Chapter 15: Conclusion, Key Concepts, Exercises, Projects and Papers (Pgs: 3575-585) Chapter 15 Assessments

Technology Connection: Birthday Problem Dice Problems A Simple Dice Game


Collecting Pens (ti-84+) Permutations & Combinations (ti-84+) What's Your Combination (ti-84+)

Last Edit 10 June 2011