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#### Logs-1: The student can switch between logarithmic and exponential form.

#### Logs-2: The student can use logarithms to solve equations.

#### Logs-3: The student can apply logarithmic identities.

#### Logs-4: The student can apply the change of base formula.

#### ELF-1: The student can graph exponential functions.

#### ELF-2: The student can understand how transformations apply to exponential functions.

#### ELF-3: The student can interpret contexts where exponential functions are necessary.

#### ELF-4: The student can graph logarithmic functions.

#### ELF-5: The student can understand how transformations apply to logarithmic functions.

#### AS-1: The student can determine the common difference in a given arithmetic sequence.

#### AS-2: The student can determine missing terms in a given arithmetic sequence.

#### AS-3: The student can write/interpret formulas for arithmetic sequences to find/describe nth terms.

#### AS-4: The student can calculate the sum of a given arithmetic sequence.

#### GS-1: The student can determine the common ratio in a given geometric sequence.

#### GS-2: The student can write/interpret rules to find the nth term in a particular geometric sequence.

#### GS-3: The student can calculate geometric sums and write/interpret sigma notation.

#### GS-4: The student can determine if a geometric series will converge or diverge.

#### GS-5: The student can rewrite a repeating decimal as a fraction.

#### MO-1: The student can add matrices.

#### MO-2: The student can subtract matrices.

#### MO-3: The student can multiply matrices.

#### MO-4: The student can find the determinant of a 2x2 matrix.

#### MO-5: The student can invert a 2x2 matrix.

#### MO-6: The student can divide two 2x2 matrices.

#### Probability-1: The student can identify the sample space of outcomes for a given event.

#### Probability-2: The student can determine whether a particular event is independent or dependent.

#### Probability-3: The student can apply rules for independent events.

#### Probability-4: The student can solve problems that involve conditional probability.

#### Probability-5: The student can draw/interpret two-way tables to extract information to support/refute hypotheses.

#### Probability-6: The student can differentiate between permutations and combinations.

#### Probability-7: The student can calculate the number of permutations for a particular event.

#### Probability-8: The student can calculate the number of combinations for a specific event.

#### DS-1: The student can identify the slope and y-intercept in a perfectly linear relationship.

#### DS-2: The student can estimate the correlation of a particular set of data visually.

#### DS-3: The student can calculate the correlation coefficient of a given dataset.

#### DS-4: The student can calculate a line of best fit for a dataset.

#### DS-5: The student can calculate the coefficient of determination for a dataset and interpret its value.

#### DS-6: The student can use a line of best fit to make predictions for new data points.

#### Trig-1: The student can find sine, cosine, and tangent of a given angle in a right triangle.

#### Trig-2: The student can convert between radians and degrees.

#### Trig-3: The student can convert between angles and coordinates on the unit circle.

#### Trig-4: The student can interpret reciprocal functions.

#### Trig-5: The student can apply the Pythagorean theorem.

#### Trig-6: The student can apply negative angle identities.

#### Trig-7: The student can graph sine, cosine, and tangent.

#### Trig-8: The student can apply/interpret transformations to basic trigonometric functions.

#### Trig-9: The student can interpret period, amplitude, and midline of a trigonometric function.

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