
Section 1  Number
Bases 


1/5 
Orientation



1/61/7 
Students
will understand numbers, ways of representing numbers,
relationships among numbers and number systems. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.2.1 Use calculators appropriately and make
estimations without a calculator regularly to detect potential
errors.


1.1Converting Bases
1.1Practice
Problems 
1/101/11 
Students
will understand numbers, ways of representing numbers,
relationships among numbers and number systems. Students
will also learn to convert numbers between bases 2, 8, 10, and
16. The teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a
white board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.2.5 Compare ancient numeral systems in various
bases to base t and base 8 numerals. 

1.2Converting Bases
1.2aPractice
Problems
1.2bPractice
Problems 
1/121/13 
Students
will understand numbers, ways of representing numbers,
relationships among numbers and number systems. Students
will also learn to convert numbers between bases 2, 8, 10, and
16. The teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a
white board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.2.5 Compare ancient numeral systems in various
bases to base t and base 8 numerals. 

1.3Adding Bases

1/141/18 
Students will learn to perform basic
arithmetic operations between base 2, 8, 10 and 16
numbers. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.2.6 Perform familiar arithmetic processes in base
2, base 8 and base 12.


1.4Subtracting Bases
1.4Practice Prolems 
1/21 
Students willl learn to convert numbers of
base 2, 8, 10 and 16 to all other bases using a spreadhseet.
CFU:3135.2.1 Use calculators appropriately and make
estimations without a calculator regularly to detect potential
errors. 3135.2.7 Develop individual examples that
demonstrate different types of numerical computer errors. Also,
demonstrate how computers can take introductory minimal errors
and magnify them to errors of much larger order of
magnitude.



1/24 
Review 


1/25 
Section 1 Exam 







Section 2  Series, Sequence,
Iteration/Recursion & Binomial Theorem 


1/261/27 
Students will be able to define An
Arithmetic Sequence and Arithmetic Mean. Students will be able
to accurately predict the nth term of a sequence by developing a
model based on given information. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment. CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various
problemsolving strategies to model and interpret physical,
social, and mathematical phenomena.


2.1Arithmetic Sequence 

Students will be able to define An
Arithmetic Sequence and Arithmetic Mean. Students will be able
to accurately predict the nth term of a sequence by developing a
model based on given information. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment. CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various
problemsolving strategies to model and interpret physical,
social, and mathematical phenomena. 

2.1aPractice
Problems 
1/281/31 
Students
will be able to define An Arithmetic Series. Students will
be able to accurately predict the nth term of a series by
developing a model based on given information. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various problemsolving strategies to
model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical
phenomena. 

2.2Arithmetic Series 

Students
will be able to define An Arithmetic Series. Students will
be able to accurately predict the nth term of a series by
developing a model based on given information. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various problemsolving strategies to
model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical
phenomena. 

2.2aPractice
Problems 
2/12/2 
Students
will be able to define A Geometric Sequence. Students will
be able to accurately predict the nth term of a sequence by
developing a model based on given information. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various problemsolving strategies to
model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical
phenomena.


2.3Geometric Sequence 

Students will be able to define A
Geometric Sequence. Students will be able to accurately predict
the nth term of a sequence by developing a model based on given
information. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various problemsolving strategies to
model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical
phenomena. 

2.3Practice Problems
2.3aPractice
Problems 
2/32/4 
Students
will be able to define A Geometric Series. Students will be
able to accurately predict the nth term of a series by
developing a model based on given information. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various problemsolving strategies to
model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical
phenomena. 

2.4Geometric Series 

Students will be able to define A
Geometric Series. Students will be able to accurately predict
the nth term of a series by developing a model based on given
information. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various
problemsolving strategies to model and interpret physical,
social, and mathematical phenomena. 

2.4aPractice
Problems 
2/72/8 
Students will be able to define
An Infinite Geometric Series. Students will be able to
accurately predict the nth term of a series by developing a
model based on given information. Students will also be
able to solve equations using Recursion. Students will be able
to defind a Fibonacci Sequence, predict it to the nth term and
understand where they occur in nature. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment. CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various
problemsolving strategies to model and interpret physical,
social, and mathematical phenomena. 

2.5Infinite Geometric Series, Recursion
and Special Sequences 

Students
will be able to define An Infinite Geometric Series.
Students will be able to accurately predict the nth term of a
series by developing a model based on given information.
Students will also be able to solve equations using Recursion.
Students will be able to defind a Fibonacci Sequence, predict it
to the nth term and understand where they occur in nature. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various problemsolving strategies to
model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical
phenomena. 

2.5aPractice Problems 
2/92/11 
Students will be able to construct a
Pascal's Triangle and use it to determine the nth term of an
expanded binomial expression taken to the nth term. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various problemsolving strategies to
model and interpret physical, social, and mathematical
phenomena. 

2.6Binomial Theorem 

Students
will be able to construct a Pascal's Triangle and use it to
determine the nth term of an expanded binomial expression taken
to the nth term. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various
problemsolving strategies to model and interpret physical,
social, and mathematical phenomena. 

2.6aPractice
Problems 

Students
will be able to construct a Pascal's Triangle and use it to
determine the nth term of an expanded binomial expression taken
to the nth term. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.1.6 Apply various
problemsolving strategies to model and interpret physical,
social, and mathematical phenomena. 

2.6bPractice Problems 
2/14 
Students will learn to write an Excel
Spreadsheet to perform iteration in order to achieve a
reasonable answer within prescribed limitations. Students will
also use Excel to calculate payoff amounts on interest bearing
loans at given intervals. 


2/15 
Review 


2/16 
Section 2 Exam 







Section 3  Logic &
Reasoning 


2/17 
Students
will be able to make conjectures based on inductive
reasoning and find counterexamples. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.1.4 Use
inductive and deductive reasoning strategies to make predictions
and valid conclusions based on contextual situations.


3.1Inductive Reasoning
3.1Practice
Problems 
2/18 
Students will learn to determine truth
values of conjunctions and disjunctions as well as construct
truth tables. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.1.5 Construct truth tables to determine the
validity of an argument.


3.2Logic
3.2Practice
Problems 
2/22 
Students will learn to analyze
statements in ifthen form. Students will also learn to write
the converse, inverse and contrapositive of ifthen statements.
The teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a
white board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.1.4 Use
inductive and deductive reasoning strategies to make predictions
and valid conclusions based on contextual situations.


3.3Conditional Statements
3.3Practice
Problems 
2/23 
Students will learn to use the Laws of
Detachment and Syllogism. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.1.4 Use inductive and deductive
reasoning strategies to make predictions and valid conclusions
based on contextual situations. 

3.4Deductive Reasoning
3.4Practice
Problems 
2/242/25 
Students will learn to design digital
logic gates using NAND, AND, NOR, OR, XAND, and XOR gates. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.1.4 Use
inductive and deductive reasoning strategies to make predictions
and valid conclusions based on contextual situations.
3135.4.5 Develop electrical networks and translate them
into Boolean algebra equations. 

3.5Digital Logic


Students
will learn to design digital logic gates using NAND, AND, NOR,
OR, XAND, and XOR gates. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.1.4 Use inductive and deductive
reasoning strategies to make predictions and valid conclusions
based on contextual situations. 3135.4.5 Develop
electrical networks and translate them into Boolean algebra
equations. 

3.5a
Practice Problems 

Students
will learn to design digital logic gates using NAND, AND, NOR,
OR, XAND, and XOR gates. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.1.4 Use inductive and deductive
reasoning strategies to make predictions and valid conclusions
based on contextual situations. 3135.4.5 Develop
electrical networks and translate them into Boolean algebra
equations. 

3bPractice
Problems 
2/28 
Review 


3/1 
Section 3 Exam 










10/510/6 
Midterm Review 


10/7 
3rd & 4th Block Midterm Exams



10/8 
1st & 2nd Block Midterm Exams








Fall Break 







Section 4  Graph Theory 



"A Beautiful
Mind" 


3/21 
Students will learn to define and draw
graphs, paths and circuits. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.4.3 Use vertexedge graphs
to model and solve a variety of problems related to paths,
circuits, networks, and relationships among a finite number of
objects. 

1Graphs, Paths &
Circuits 
3/22 
Students will learn to use Euler paths
& circuits. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.4.3 Use
vertexedge graphs to model and solve a variety of problems
related to paths, circuits, networks, and relationships among a
finite number of objects. 

2Euler Paths & Circuits 
3/23 
Students will learn to use Hamilton
paths & circuits. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.4.3 Use
vertexedge graphs to model and solve a variety of problems
related to paths, circuits, networks, and relationships among a
finite number of objects. 

3Hamilton Paths &
Circuits 
3/24 
Students will learn to use trees and
spanning trees to determine least cost analysis. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.4.4 The
student will apply graphs to conflictresolution problems, such
as map coloring, scheduling, matching, and optimization.


4Trees 

Review 


3/25 
Review 


3/28 
Section 4 Exam 







Section 5  Election
Theory 


3/29 
Students will learn to use and define
the various voting methods commonly used and determine the
different outcomes of each. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU: 3135.1.2 Investigate and describe
weighted voting and the results of various election methods.
Both very standard and lessknown techniques will be studied and
compared; these may include approval and preference voting as
well as plurality, majority, runoff, sequential runoff, Borda
count, and Condorcet winners. 

1Voting Methods 
3/30 
Students will learn to define the flaws
in common voting methods and determine what constitutes a "fair"
election. The teacher will present information using PowerPoint
and a white board. Students will be expected to take
notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU: 3135.1.2 Investigate and describe weighted voting and the
results of various election methods. Both very standard and
lessknown techniques will be studied and compared; these may
include approval and preference voting as well as plurality,
majority, runoff, sequential runoff, Borda count, and
Condorcet winners. 

2Flaws of Voting 
3/31 
Students will learn to use common
appropriation methods to distribute a limited number of items in
a "fair" manner. Students will also learn the flaws in various
methods and the groups those methods favor. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment. CFU: 3135.1.3 Use fair
division techniques to solve apportionment problems.


3Apportionment Methods 
4/1 
Review 


4/4 
Section 5 Exam 







Section 6 
Probability 


4/5 
Students will learn to determine and
calculate empirical probability and see how it is affected by
the Law of Large Numbers. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU: 3135.5.6 Apply the
Law of Large Numbers to contextual situations. 

1Nature of Probability 
4/6 
Students will learn to calculate
theoretical probability given a finite set of circustances with
specific outcomes. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.5.1 Design and interpret simple
experiments using treediagrams, permutations, and
combinations. CLE 3135.2.2 Apply appropriate counting
techniques in discrete situations. 

2Theoretical Probability 
4/7 
Students will learn to determine odds
based of specific events. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment. CFU:3135.5.1 Design and interpret simple
experiments using treediagrams, permutations, and
combinations. CLE 3135.2.2 Apply appropriate counting
techniques in discrete situations. 

3Odds 
4/8 
Students will learn to use
probability to determine expected value of a given event. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.5.1
Design and interpret simple experiments using treediagrams,
permutations, and combinations. CLE 3135.2.2 Apply
appropriate counting techniques in discrete
situations. 

4Expected
Value 
4/11 
Students will learn to use tree
diagrams and the counting principle to predict the
probability of a given event. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment. CFU:3135.5.2 Use reasoning and formulas
to solve counting problems in which repetition is not allowed
and in which ordering does not matter. CLE 3135.2.2 Apply
appropriate counting techniques in discrete
situations. 

5Tree
Diagrams 
4/12 
Students will learn to determine
probability given AND and OR statements.The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.5.1 Design and
interpret simple experiments using treediagrams, permutations,
and combinations. CLE 3135.2.2 Apply appropriate counting
techniques in discrete situations. 

6Or
& And Problems 
4/13 
Students
will learn to use determine probability of events given specific
conditions. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU:3135.5.2 Use reasoning and formulas to solve counting
problems in which repetition is not allowed and in which
ordering does not matter 

7Conditional
Probabilty 
4/14 
Students will learn to use the
counting principle to determine probability of a given event and
use permutations to determine the number of outcomes possible.
The teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a
white board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.5.2 Use
reasoning and formulas to solve counting problems in which
repetition is not allowed and in which ordering does not
matter 

8Counting
Principle & Permutations 
4/15 
Students will learn to determine
probability of multiple events using the counting method. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.5.2 Use
reasoning and formulas to solve counting problems in which
repetition is not allowed and in which ordering does not
matter 

9Combinations 
4/18 
Students will learn to apply Pascal's
Triangle and the Binomial Theorem to determine probability. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU:3135.5.2 Use
reasoning and formulas to solve counting problems in which
repetition is not allowed and in which ordering does not
matter 3135.5.4 Connect Pascalâ€™s Triangle and probability to
solve problems. 3135.5.3 Construct and describe patterns
in Pascalâ€™s Triangle. 

10Binomial
Probability Formula 
4/19 
Review 


4/20 
Section 6 Exam 







Section 7 
Statistics 


4/21 
Students will learn about various
sampling techniques commonly used in statistical analysis. The
teacher will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU: 3135.5.6 Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual
situations 3135.5.1 Design and interpret simple experiments
using treediagrams, permutations, and combinations.


1Sampling
Techniques 
4/25 
Students will learn about typical
misuses and abuses of staistical techniques. The teacher will
present information using PowerPoint and a white board.
Students will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and
practice in class and outside of class. See Lecture for
practice problem assignment. CFU: 3135.5.6
Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual situations 3135.5.1
Design and interpret simple experiments using treediagrams,
permutations, and combinations. 

2Misuses
of Statistics 
4/26 
Students will learn to calculate and
understand frequency distributions. The teacher will present
information using PowerPoint and a white board. Students
will be expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in
class and outside of class. See Lecture for practice
problem assignment. CFU: 3135.5.6
Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual situations 3135.5.1
Design and interpret simple experiments using treediagrams,
permutations, and combinations. 

3Frequency
Distribution 
4/27 
Students will learn create and read a
typical bell curve. The teacher will present information using
PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be expected to
take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and outside of
class. See Lecture for practice problem assignment. CFU: 3135.5.6
Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual situations 3135.5.1
Design and interpret simple experiments using treediagrams,
permutations, and combinations. 

4Statistical
Graphs 
4/28 
Students will learn to choose and
calculate the four varieties of central tendency. The teacher
will present information using PowerPoint and a white
board. Students will be expected to take notes, ask
questions, and practice in class and outside of class. See
Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU: 3135.5.6 Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual
situations 3135.5.1 Design and interpret simple experiments
using treediagrams, permutations, and combinations.


5Measures
of Central Tendency 
4/29 
Students will learn to calculate
measures of dispersion. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
CFU: 3135.5.6 Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual
situations 3135.5.1 Design and interpret simple experiments
using treediagrams, permutations, and combinations.


6Measures
of Dispersion 
5/2 
Students will learn to create and
understand a normal curve. The teacher will present information
using PowerPoint and a white board. Students will be
expected to take notes, ask questions, and practice in class and
outside of class. See Lecture for practice problem
assignment.
CFU: 3135.5.6 Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual
situations 3135.5.1 Design and interpret simple experiments
using treediagrams, permutations, and combinations.


7Normal
Curve 
5/3 
Students will learn to create a
nonlinear prediction equation based on actual experimental
data. The teacher will present information using PowerPoint and
a white board. Students will be expected to take notes,
ask questions, and practice in class and outside of class.
See Lecture for practice problem assignment.
CFU: 3135.5.6 Apply the Law of Large Numbers to contextual
situations 3135.5.1 Design and interpret simple experiments
using treediagrams, permutations, and combinations.


8Linear
Correlation & Regression 
5/4 
Review 


5/5 
Section 7 Exam 













