Embedded Mathematics
Initiative:
Tennessee State Standards
Set:
Science (2009-2018)
Type:
Standard
Code:
MATH
Groupings:
Subject = Science
Conceptual StrandScience applies mathematics to investigate questions, solve problems, and communicate findings.Guiding QuestionWhat mathematical skills and understandings are needed to successfully investigate biological topics?

Elements within this Standard

Course Level Expectation
Graph relationships and functions between manipulated (independent) variables and responding (dependent) variables.
Solve for variables in an algebraic formula.
Apply statistical techniques to manipulate data.
Investigate trigonometric connections to physics.
Utilize calculus to understand physics principles.
Check For Understanding
Plot points on the Cartesian coordinate graphing system.
Graph basic relations and functions.
Determine the slope of a linear function.
Determine the frequency, range, mode, median, and mean from a list of data.
Utilize a graphing calculator to enter data and find basic statistics: frequency, range, means, mode, median, and standard deviation.
Solve for all variables based on a formula.
Solve for the t value, p (probability), and % of confidence between two lists of data (manipulated variables and responding variables).
Reject or accept a null hypothesis based on statistical analysis.
Find the regression line (equation) between data for manipulated and responding variables.
Utilize trigonometric functions (sine, cosine, and tangent) to solve simple vector problems.
Apply the laws of sine and cosine to solve vector problems.
Solve mechanics problems using the quadratic formula.
Find the derivative (velocity function) of a distance (displacement) function.
Find the derivative (acceleration function) of a velocity function.
Link various calculus procedures to solve physics problems.
State Performance Indicator
Graph basic physics relations and functions.
Determine the slope of a linear function that represents physics data.
Determine the frequency, range, mode, median, and mean from a list of physics data.
Utilize a graphing calculator to enter physics data and find basic statistics: frequency, range, mean, mode, median, and standard deviation.
Solve for the t value, p (probability), and % of confidence between two lists of physics data (manipulated variables and responding variables).
Reject or not reject a null hypothesis based on statistical analysis.
Find the regression line (equation) between physics data for manipulated and responding variables.