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**Note:** The Iowa Core Essential Elements are intended only for students with significant cognitive disabilities and who participate in alternate assessments.

## Number and Quantity

### The Real Number System (EE.N-RN)

#### Extend the properties of exponents to rational exponents. (EE.N-RN.A)

- Determine the value of a quantity that is squared or cubed. (EE.N-RN.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-RN.A.2)

#### Use properties of rational and irrational numbers. (EE.N-RN.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-RN.B.3)

### Quantities★ (EE.N-Q)

#### Reason quantitatively and use units to solve problems. (EE.N-Q.A)

- Express quantities to the appropriate precision of measurement. (EE.N-Q.A.1)
- Express quantities to the appropriate precision of measurement. (EE.N-Q.A.2)
- Express quantities to the appropriate precision of measurement. (EE.N-Q.A.3)

#### (IA) Understand and apply the mathematics of voting.

IA.3. Not applicable.

#### (IA) Understand and apply some basic mathematics of information processing and the Internet.

IA.4. Not applicable.

IA.5. Not applicable.

IA.6. Not applicable.

### The Complex Number System (EE.N-CN)

#### Perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers. (EE.N-CN.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.A.1)
- (EE.N-CN.A.2)
- Use the commutative, associative, and distributive properties to add, subtract, and multiply whole numbers. (EE.N-CN.A.2.a)
- Solve real-world problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals, using models when needed. (EE.N-CN.A.2.b)
- Solve real-world problems involving multiplication of decimals and whole numbers, using models when needed. (EE.N-CN.A.2.c)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.A.3)

#### Represent complex numbers and their operations on the complex plane. (EE.N-CN.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.B.4)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.B.5)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.B.6)

#### Use complex numbers in polynomial identities and equations. (EE.N-CN.C)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.C.7)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.C.8)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-CN.C.9)

### Vector and Matrix Quantities (EE.N-VM)

#### Represent and model with vector quantities. (EE.N-VM.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.A.2)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.A.3)

#### Perform operations on vectors. (EE.N-VM.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.B.4)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.B.5)

#### Perform operations on matrices and use matrices in applications. (EE.N-VM.C)

- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.C.6)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.C.7)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.C.8)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.C.9)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.C.10)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.C.11)
- Not applicable. (EE.N-VM.C.12)

## Algebra

### Seeing Structure in Expressions (EE.A-SSE)

#### Interpret the structure of expressions (EE.A-SSE.A)

- Identify an algebraic expression involving one arithmetic operation to represent a real-world problem. (EE.A-SSE.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.A-SSE.A.2)

#### Write expressions in equivalent forms to solve problems (EE.A-SSE.B)

- Solve simple algebraic equations with one variable using multiplication and division. (EE.A-SSE.B.3)
- Determine the successive term in a geometric sequence given the common ratio. (EE.A-SSE.B.4)

### Arithmetic with Polynomials and Rational Expressions (EE.A-APR)

#### Perform arithmetic operations on polynomials (EE.A-APR.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.A-APR.A.1)

#### Understand the relationship between zeros and factors of polynomials (EE.A-APR.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.A-APR.B.2)
- Not applicable. (EE.A-APR.B.3)

#### Use polynomial identities to solve problems (EE.A-APR.C)

- Not applicable. (EE.A-APR.C.4)
- Not applicable. (EE.A-APR.C.5)

#### Rewrite rational expressions (EE.A-APR.D)

- Not applicable. (EE.A-APR.D.6)
- Not applicable. (EE.A-APR.D.7)

### Creating Equations★ (EE.A-CED)

#### Create equations that describe numbers or relationships (EE.A-CED.A)

- Create an equation involving one operation with one variable, and use it to solve a real-world problem. (EE.A-CED.A.1)
- Solve one-step inequalities. (EE.A-CED.A.2)
- Solve one-step inequalities. (EE.A-CED.A.3)
- Solve one-step inequalities. (EE.A-CED.A.4)

### Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities (EE.A-REI)

#### Understand solving equations as a process of reasoning and explain the reasoning (EE.A-REI.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.A-REI.A.1)
- Not applicable. See EE.A-CED.1. (EE.A-REI.A.2)

#### Solve equations and inequalities in one variable (EE.A-REI.B)

- Not applicable. See EE.A-CED.1. (EE.A-REI.B.3)
- Not applicable. (EE.A-REI.B.4)

#### Solve systems of equations (EE.A-REI.C)

- Not applicable. (EE.A-REI.C.5)
- Not applicable. See EE.A-REI.10-12. (EE.A-REI.C.6)
- Not applicable. See EE.A-REI.10-12. (EE.A-REI.C.7)
- Not applicable. (EE.A-REI.C.8)
- Not applicable. (EE.A-REI.C.9)

#### Represent and solve equations and inequalities graphically (EE.A-REI.D)

- Interpret the meaning of a point on the graph of a line. For example, on a graph of pizza purchases, trace the graph to a point and tell the number of pizzas purchased and the total cost of the pizzas. (EE.A-REI.D.10)
- Interpret the meaning of a point on the graph of a line. For example, on a graph of pizza purchases, trace the graph to a point and tell the number of pizzas purchased and the total cost of the pizzas. (EE.A-REI.D.11)
- Interpret the meaning of a point on the graph of a line. For example, on a graph of pizza purchases, trace the graph to a point and tell the number of pizzas purchased and the total cost of the pizzas. (EE.A-REI.D.12)

## Functions

### Interpreting Functions (EE.F-IF)

#### Understand the concept of a function and use function notation (EE.F-IF.A)

Supporting Information for Target P [m]: HSS.ID.A

- Use the concept of function to solve problems. (EE.F-IF.A.1)
- Use the concept of function to solve problems. (EE.F-IF.A.2)
- Use the concept of function to solve problems. (EE.F-IF.A.3)

#### Interpret functions that arise in applications in terms of the context (EE.F-IF.B)

Supporting Information for Target L [m]: HSF.IF.B

- Construct graphs that represent linear functions with different rates of change and interpret which is faster/slower, higher/lower, etc. (EE.F-IF.B.4)
- Construct graphs that represent linear functions with different rates of change and interpret which is faster/slower, higher/lower, etc. (EE.F-IF.B.5)
- Construct graphs that represent linear functions with different rates of change and interpret which is faster/slower, higher/lower, etc. (EE.F-IF.B.6)

#### Analyze functions using different representations (EE.F-IF.C)

Supporting Information for Target M [m]: HSF.IF.C

- Not applicable. See EE.F-IF.1-3. (EE.F-IF.C.7)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-IF.C.8)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-IF.C.9)

### Building Functions (EE.F-BF)

#### Build a function that models a relationship between two quantities (EE.F-FB.A)

Supporting Information for Target N [m]: HSF.BF.A

- Select the appropriate graphical representation (first quadrant) given a situation involving constant rate of change. (EE.F-FB.A.1)
- Select the appropriate graphical representation (first quadrant) given a situation involving constant rate of change. (EE.F-FB.A.1.a)
- Select the appropriate graphical representation (first quadrant) given a situation involving constant rate of change. (EE.F-FB.A.1.b)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-FB.A.1)

- Determine an arithmetic sequence with whole numbers when provided a recursive rule. (EE.F-FB.A.2)

#### Build new functions from existing functions (EE.F-FB.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.F-FB.B.3)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-FB.B.4)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-FB.B.5)

### Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Models★ (EE.F-LE)

#### Construct and compare linear, quadratic, and exponential models and solve problems (EE.F-LE.A)

- Model a simple linear function such as y = mx to show that these functions increase by equal amounts over equal intervals. (EE.F-LE.A.1)
- Model a simple linear function such as y = mx to show that these functions increase by equal amounts over equal intervals. (EE.F-LE.A.2)
- Model a simple linear function such as y = mx to show that these functions increase by equal amounts over equal intervals. (EE.F-LE.A.3)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-LE.A.4)

#### Interpret expressions for functions in terms of the situation they model (EE.F-LE.B)

- Not applicable. See EE.F-IF.1-3. (EE.F-LE.B.5)

### Trigonometric Functions (EE.F-TF)

#### Extend the domain of trigonometric functions using the unit circle (EE.F-TF.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.A.2)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.A.3)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.A.4)

#### Model periodic phenomena with trigonometric functions (EE.F-TF.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.B.5)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.B.6)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.B.7)

#### Prove and apply trigonometric identities (EE.F-TF.C)

- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.C.8)
- Not applicable. (EE.F-TF.C.9)

## Geometry

### Congruence (EE.G-CO)

#### Experiment with transformations in the plane (EE.G-CO.A)

- Know the attributes of perpendicular lines, parallel lines, and line segments; angles; and circles. (EE.G-CO.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-CO.A.2)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-CO.A.3)
- Given a geometric figure and a rotation, reflection, or translation of that figure, identify the components of the two figures that are congruent. (EE.G-CO.A.4)
- Given a geometric figure and a rotation, reflection, or translation of that figure, identify the components of the two figures that are congruent. (EE.G-CO.A.5)

#### Understand congruence in terms of rigid motions (EE.G-CO.B)

- Identify corresponding congruent and similar parts of shapes. (EE.G-CO.B.6)
- Identify corresponding congruent and similar parts of shapes. (EE.G-CO.B.7)
- Identify corresponding congruent and similar parts of shapes. (EE.G-CO.B.8)

#### Prove geometric theorems (EE.G-CO.C)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-CO.C.9)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-CO.C.10)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-CO.C.11)

#### Make geometric constructions (EE.G-CO.D)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-CO.D.12)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-CO.D.13)

### Similarity, Right Triangles, and Trigonometry (EE.G-SRT)

#### Understand similarity in terms of similarity transformations (EE.G-SRT.A)

- Not applicable. See EE.G-CO.6-8. (EE.G-SRT.A.1)
- Not applicable. See EE.G-CO.6-8. (EE.G-SRT.A.2)
- Not applicable. See EE.G-CO.6-8. (EE.G-SRT.A.3)

#### Prove theorems involving similarity (EE.G-SRT.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-SRT.B.4)
- Not applicable. See EE.G-CO.6-8. (EE.G-SRT.B.5)

#### Define trigonometric ratios and solve problems involving right triangles (EE.G-SRT.C)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-SRT.C.6)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-SRT.C.7)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-SRT.C.8)

#### Apply trigonometry to general triangles (EE.G-SRT.D)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-SRT.D.9)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-SRT.D.10)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-SRT.D.11)

### Circles (EE.G-C)

#### Understand and apply theorems about circles (EE.G-C.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-C.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-C.A.2)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-C.A.3)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-C.A.4)

#### Find arc lengths and areas of sectors of circles (EE.G-C.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-C.B.5)

### Expressing Geometric Properties with Equations (EE.G-GPE)

#### Translate between the geometric description and the equation for a conic section (EE.G-GPE.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-GPE.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-GPE.A.2)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-GPE.A.3)

#### Use coordinates to prove simple geometric theorems algebraically (EE.G-GPE.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.G-GPE.B.4)
- Not applicable. See EE.G.CO.1. (EE.G-GPE.B.5)
- Not applicable. See EE.G.CO.1. (EE.G-GPE.B.6)
- Find perimeters and areas of squares and rectangles to solve real-world problems. (EE.G-GPE.B.7)

### Geometric Measurement and Dimension (EE.G-GMD)

#### Explain volume formulas and use them to solve problems (EE.G-GMD.A)

- Make a prediction about the volume of a container, the area of a figure, and the perimeter of a figure, and then test the prediction using formulas or models. (EE.G-GMD.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.G-GMD.A.2)
- Not applicable. See EE.8.G.9 and EE.G-GPE.7. (EE.G-GMD.A.3)

#### Visualize relationships between two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects (EE.G-GMD.B)

- Identify the shapes of two- dimensional cross-sections of three- dimensional objects. (EE.G-GMD.B.4) (DOK 1,2)

### Modeling with Geometry (EE.G-MG)

#### Apply geometric concepts in modeling situations (EE.G-MG.A)

- Use properties of geometric shapes to describe real-life objects. (EE.G-MG.A.1)
- Use properties of geometric shapes to describe real-life objects. (EE.G-MG.A.2)
- Use properties of geometric shapes to describe real-life objects. (EE.G-MG.A.3)

#### (IA) Use diagrams consisting of vertices and edges (vertex-edge graphs) to model and solve problems related to networks.

IA.8. Not applicable.

IA.9. Not applicable.

IA.10. Not applicable.

## Statistics and Probability

### Interpreting Categorical and Quantitative Data (EE.S-ID)

#### Summarize, represent, and interpret data on a single count or measurement variable (EE.S-ID.A)

- Given data, construct a simple graph (line, pie, bar, or picture) or table, and interpret the data. (EE.S-ID.A.1)
- Given data, construct a simple graph (line, pie, bar, or picture) or table, and interpret the data. (EE.S-ID.A.2)
- Interpret general trends on a graph or chart. (EE.S-ID.A.3)
- EE.S-ID.4. Calculate the mean of a given data set (limit the number of data points to fewer than five). (EE.S-ID.A.4)

#### Summarize, represent, and interpret data on two categorical and quantitative variables (EE.S-ID.B)

- Not applicable. See EE.F-IF.1 and EE.A-REI.6-7. (EE.S-ID.B.5)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-ID.B.6)

#### Interpret linear models (EE.S-ID.C)

- Not applicable. See EE.F-IF.4-6. (EE.S-ID.C.7)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-ID.C.8)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-ID.C.9)

### Making Inferences and Justifying Conclusions (EE.S-IC)

#### Understand and evaluate random processes underlying statistical experiments (EE.S-IC.A)

- Determine the likelihood of an event occurring when the outcomes are equally likely to occur. (EE.S-IC.A.1)
- Determine the likelihood of an event occurring when the outcomes are equally likely to occur. (EE.S-IC.A.2)

#### Make inferences and justify conclusions from sample surveys, experiments, and observational studies (EE.S-IC.B)

- Not applicable. See EE.S-ID.1–2. (EE.S-IC.B.3)
- Not applicable. See EE.S-ID.1–2. (EE.S-IC.B.4)
- Not applicable. See EE.S-ID.1–2. (EE.S-IC.B.5)
- Not applicable. See EE.S-ID.1–2. (EE.S-IC.B.6)

### Conditional Probability and the Rules of Probability (EE.S-CP)

#### Understand independence and conditional probability and use them to interpret data (EE.S-CP.A)

- Identify when events are independent or dependent. (EE.S-CP.A.1)
- Identify when events are independent or dependent. (EE.S-CP.A.2)
- Identify when events are independent or dependent. (EE.S-CP.A.3)
- Identify when events are independent or dependent. (EE.S-CP.A.4)
- Identify when events are independent or dependent. (EE.S-CP.A.5)

#### Use the rules of probability to compute probabilities of compound events in a uniform probability model (EE.S-CP.B)

- Not applicable. See EE.S-IC.1-2. (EE.S-CP.B.6)
- Not applicable. See EE.S-IC.1-2. (EE.S-CP.B.7)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-CP.B.8)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-CP.B.9)

### Using Probability to Make Decisions (EE.S-MD)

##### Calculate expected values and use them to solve problems (EE.S-MD.A)

- Not applicable. (EE.S-MD.A.1)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-MD.A.2)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-MD.A.3)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-MD.A.4)

#### Use probability to evaluate outcomes of decisions (EE.S-MD.B)

- Not applicable. (EE.S-MD.B.5)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-MD.B.6)
- Not applicable. (EE.S-MD.B.7)

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