"Core-Plus Mathematics", is a standards-based, four-year integrated series. Concepts from algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics are integrated, and the mathematics is developed using context-centered investigations. Developed by the Core-Plus Math Project at Western Michigan University with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), "Core-Plus Mathematics" is written for all students to be successful in mathematics. Reading age for native speakers: Middle and High School students
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Unit 1: Patterns of Change Lesson 1: Cause and Effect Lesson 2: Change Over Time Lesson 3: Tools for Studying Patterns of Change
Unit 2: Patterns in Data Lesson 1: Exploring Distributions Lesson 2: Measuring Variability Lesson 3: Looking Back
Unit 3: Linear Functions Lesson 1: Modeling Linear Relationships Lesson 2: Linear Equations and Inequalities Lesson 3: Equivalent Expressions
Unit 4: Vertex-Edge Graphs Lesson 1: Euler Circuits: Finding the Best Path Lesson 2: Vertex Coloring: Avoiding Conflict Lesson 3: Looking Back
Unit 5: Exponential Functions Lesson 1: Exponential Growth Lesson 2: Exponential Decay Lesson 3: Looking Back
Unit 6: Patterns in Shape Lesson 1: Two-Dimension Shapes Lesson 2: Polygons and Their Properties Lesson 3: Three-Dimensional Shapes Lesson 4: Looking Back