# Category: Mathematics Curriculum

### Unit 1 – Section D: Validating Identification Numbers

Unit 1- Analyzing Numerical Data (4 weeks) – This unit focuses on deepening students’ understanding of proportional reasoning and basic numerical calculations such as ratios, rates, and percentages—by applying them to settings in business, media, consumer, and other areas. Working with familiar mathematical tools and learning some new ones, students improve their ability to solve problems by applying appropriate...

### Unit 2 – Section A: Determining Probabilities

Unit 2- Probability (5 weeks)- This unit focuses on the analysis of information using probability to make decisions about everyday situations. After determining the probability of various events, students expand their knowledge toward making decisions about the risks and mathematical fairness of these events. Document: Teacher Materials – Unit 2

### Unit 1 – Section C: Indices Using Weighted Sums and Averages

Unit 1- Analyzing Numerical Data (4 weeks) – This unit focuses on deepening students’ understanding of proportional reasoning and basic numerical calculations such as ratios, rates, and percentages—by applying them to settings in business, media, consumer, and other areas. Working with familiar mathematical tools and learning some new ones, students improve their ability to solve problems by applying appropriate...

### Unit 1 – Section B: Using Ratios (6 days)

Unit 1- Analyzing Numerical Data (4 weeks) – This unit focuses on deepening students’ understanding of proportional reasoning and basic numerical calculations such as ratios, rates, and percentages—by applying them to settings in business, media, consumer, and other areas. Working with familiar mathematical tools and learning some new ones, students improve their ability to solve problems by applying appropriate...

### Unit 1 – Section A: Estimating Large Numbers (5 days)

Unit 1- Analyzing Numerical Data (4 weeks) – This unit focuses on deepening students’ understanding of proportional reasoning and basic numerical calculations such as ratios, rates, and percentages—by applying them to settings in business, media, consumer, and other areas. Working with familiar mathematical tools and learning some new ones, students improve their ability to solve problems by applying appropriate...
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