MIGRAMAT 14 years: COURSE ORGANIZATION

COURSE SHAPE AND SPACE

10th Basic Course

3rd Secondary Education

Geometric transformation: expansion and reductions.

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Determination of figures from certain properties.

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Geometric place.

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Pythagorean theorem.

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Trigonometric reasons in a rectangle triangle.

Application of Phitagoreas and Thales theorem to solve geometric problems and the physical medium.

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Resolution of rectangle triangles.

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Translations, rotations and symmetries in the plane. Invariant elements of each movement.

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Use of the movements for analysis and representation of shapes and geometric configurations.

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Planes of symmetry in polyhedra.

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Recognition of the movements in nature, art and other human constructions.

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Geographic coordinates and time zones.

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Interpretation of maps and resolution of associated issues.

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Curiosity and interest to investigate shapes, configurations and geometric relationships.

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Decimal numbers and fractions. Fractions transformation in decimal and vice versa.

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Exact and periodic decimal numbers. Generatrix fraction.

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Operations with fractions and decimals. Estimating and rounding. Significant figures. Absolute and relative error.

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Use of approximations and rounding to solve problems of everyday life with the precision required by the situation posed.

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Potencies of integer exponent. Meaning and use. Its application to the expression of very large and very small numbers.

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Operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation.

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Use of the calculator.

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Representation on the number line.

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Comparison of rational numbers.

Factorization: the common factor, sum and difference of equal potencies, trinomials.

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Transformación de expresiones algebraicas. Semejanzas notables.

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Solving first and second degree equations with one unknown.

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Greatest common divisor and least common multiple of polynomials.

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Linear equations systems with two unknowns.

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Rational functions: simplification of fractions, operations.

Solve of problems using equations, systems and other personal methods.

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Linear functions. The line equation.

Assessment of accuracy, simplicity and utility of the algebraic language to solve different situations of everyday life.

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Systems of linear equations with two unknowns.

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Systems of linear inequations with two unknowns.

Qualitative description and analysis of graphs that represent the phenomena of everyday life and other subjects.

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Analyzing a situation from the study of local and global characteristics of the corresponding graph: domain, continuity, monotony, and extreme points of court.

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Use of information technology for a conceptual analysis and recognition properties of functions and graphs.

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Formulation of conjectures about the behavior of the phenomenon represented by a graph and its algebraic expression.

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Analysis and comparison of functional dependency situations given by tables and statements.

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Use of linear models to study situations that come from different fields of knowledge and everyday life; through building the table,

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Using different ways of representing the equation of the line.