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Topic A: Polynomials—from base ten to base X: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic B: Lessons 12-13: Factorization: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic B: Lesson 14: Graphing factored polynomials: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic B: Lesson 15: Structure in graphs of polynomial functions: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic B: Lessons 16-21: Remainder theorem and modeling: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lessons 22-23: Simplifying rational expressions: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lesson 24: Multiplying and dividing rational expressions: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lesson 25: Adding and subtracting rational expressions: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationships

Topic C: Lessons 26-27: Rational equations: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lessons 28-29: Radical equations: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lesson 30: Linear systems in three variables: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lesson 31: Systems of equations: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lesson 32: Graphing systems of equations: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic C: Lessons 33-35: Parabolas: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic D: Lesson 37: Complex numbers intro: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic D: Lesson 37: Complex number operations: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationshipsTopic D: Lessons 38-40: Complex roots and the fundamental theorem of algebra: Module 1: Polynomial, rational, and radical relationships

Topic A: Lessons 1-7: Unit circle definition of trig functions: Module 2: Trigonometric functionsTopic A: Lessons 8-10: Trigonometric graphs and radians: Module 2: Trigonometric functionsTopic B: Lesson 11: Graphing sinusoidal functions: Module 2: Trigonometric functions

Topic B: Lesson 11: Features of sinusoidal graphs: Module 2: Trigonometric functionsTopic B: Lessons 12-13: Modeling with sinusoidal functions: Module 2: Trigonometric functionsTopic B: Lesson 14: Graphing the tangent function: Module 2: Trigonometric functionsTopic B: Lessons 15-17: Trigonometric identities: Module 2: Trigonometric functions

Topic A: Lesson 1: Integer exponents: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic A: Lesson 2: Scientific notation: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic A: Lessons 3-6: Rational exponents: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic B: Lessons 7-9: Logarithms intro: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic B: Lessons 10-12: Logarithm properties: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic B: Lesson 13: Changing the base: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic B: Lessons 13-15: Logarithms and equations: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functions

Topic C: Lesson 16: Rational and Irrational Numbers: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic C: Lessons 17-22: Graphs of exponential and logarithmic functions: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic D: Lessons 23-24: Solving exponential models: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic D: Lessons 25-28: Modeling with exponential functions: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic E: Lesson 29: Geometric series: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic E: Lesson 29: Arithmetic series: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functionsTopic E: Lessons 30-33: Series applications: Module 3: Exponential and logarithmic functions

Topic A: Lesson 1: Chance experiments, sample spaces, and events: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic A: Lessons 2-4: Two-way tables, conditional probability, and independence: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic A: Lessons 5-7: Venn diagrams and probability rules: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic B: Lesson 8: Distributions—Center, shape, and spread: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic B: Lesson 9: Using a curve to model a data distribution: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic B: Lessons 10-11: Normal distributions: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic C: Lesson 12: Types of statistical studies: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from data

Topic C: Lesson 13: Using sample data to estimate a population characteristic: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic C: Lessons 14-17: Sample proportions, sampling variability, margin of error: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic C: Lessons 18-19: Sampling variability in the sample mean: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic C: Lessons 20-22: Margin of error with sample means; evaluating reports with sample data: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic D: Lesson 23: Experiments and the role of random assignment: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic D: Lessons 24-27: Ruling out differences due to random assignment: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic D: Lessons 28-29: Drawing a conclusion from an experiment: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from dataTopic D: Lesson 30: Evaluating reports based on data from an experiment: Module 4: Inferences and conclusions from data

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Topic A: Polynomials—from base ten to base X