Series IMP

Data from the IMP Series Textbooks:

  • IMP Yr 1a Patterns
  • IMP Yr 1b Overland Trail
  • IMP Yr 2a Cookies
  • IMP Yr 2b Fireworks
  • IMP Yr 2c All About Alice
  • IMP YR 3a Meadows or Malls
  • IMP Yr 3b Small World

Table of Contents

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Comments

  • The latest IMP data tweaks are now in IMP_Reconciled.ods no extraneous sheets remain in the spreadsheet. Further sanity checks found a missing CogBeh row. -- DickFurnas - 16 Apr 2012
  • Uploaded latest :ods: spreadsheet. The new sheet IMP_Data_noJ was made by pasting from the original excel spreadsheets again, this time deleting the portion of column I where a column J was present. A further spreadsheet checks that both IMP_Data and IMP_Data_noJ sheets have the same data throughout except for the mergers. All looks good. -- DickFurnas - 09 Mar 2012
  • Added Sanity Checks below for all columns in the sheet IMP_Data_noJ of the :ods: spreadsheet. -- DickFurnas - 09 Mar 2012
  • Comment 2 -- DickFurnas - 09 Mar 2012
  • Comment 1 -- DickFurnas - 09 Mar 2012

Summary Counts

CountSorted ascending Description
1742 Data Lines

Count Description
1235 A
224 K
7 NMA
275 R
1741 Totals

  • N.B.: Line 2491 has no CogBeh assigned.

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  13 1517
  13 112
  12 402
  11 804
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  10 504
  10 1602
  10 111
   9 202
   9 108
   8 907
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   6 717
   6 1515
   5 707
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   5 116
   5 113
   5 1001
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   1 300
   1 1604
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   1 1505
   1 1410
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   1 101
   1 100

Sanity Checks

Here are some quick checks of the columns of data in the master spreadsheet, summarizing the number of occurrances of various entries. These may provide clues to data entry errors such as entries in the wrong column or the like. These are similar to the summaries for Topic and CogBeh codes but are arranged explicitly by column in the master spreadsheet. They are presented as tables which can be sorted by clicking on the column header of the table.

  • Created by copying the column from the spreadsheet to the clipboard and invoking the following command in Terminal on the Mac before pasting in here:
pbpaste | sort -n | uniq -c | sed -e 's/^ */|/' -e 's/ /|/' -e 's/$/|/' | pbcopy
  • The row count total is inconsistent across columns since a copied column does not put empty beginning and/or trailing rows on the clipboard. Not a feature in this context, but probably is in many others...

Column A

Count Entry
209
1 A Basis for Disguise
1 A Big Enough Corral
1 A Charity Rock
1 A Corral Variation
1 A Crowded Place
1 A Digital Proof
1 A Fireworks Summary
1 A Half Ounce of Cake
1 A Hat of a Different Color
1 A Linear Medley
1 A Logical Collection
1 A Lot of Changing Sides
1 A Lot of Symmetry
1 A New Kind of Cake
1 A Proof Gone Bad
1 A Quadratic Summary
1 A Reflection on Money
1 A Rock 'n' Rap Variation
1 A Shakes a Lot
1 A Simpler Cookie
1 A Special show
1 A Wonderland Lost
1 A fractional Life
1 A protracted Engagement
1 Add It Up
1 Advanced Version
1 Ages Coins and Fund-Raising
1 Algebra Pictures
1 Alice in Wonderland
1 Alice on a Log
1 Alice's Weights and Measures
1 All About Alice Portfolio
1 All Four, One
1 All Four, One - Linear Functions
1 All Roads Lead to Rome
1 An Age-Old Algebra Problem
1 An Angular Summary
1 An Associaative Proof
1 An Exponential Portfolio
1 And Then There Were Three
1 Another In-Outer
1 Another Rocket
1 Any old Sum
1 Around King Arthur's Table:POW9
1 Back and Forth
1 Back on the Trail
1 Base 10 Alice
1 Basic Exponential Questions
1 Beginning Portfolio Selection
2 Beginning Portfolios
1 Beginning Portfolios: Part I
1 Beginning Portfolios: Part II
1 Being Determined
1 Big Numbers
1 Big State U
1 Blue Book
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Overland Trail, A Journey Back in Time, pp 178-191
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Overland Trail, Setting out with Variables, pp 192-203
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Overland Trail, Supplemental Activities, p265-291
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Patterns, Communicating About Mathematics, pp15-26
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Patterns, Investigations, pp27 - 38
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Patterns, Putting it all Together, pp 39-47
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Patterns, Supplemental Activities, pp48-77
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, Patterns, The Importance of Patterns, pp3-14
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, The Overland Trail, Reaching The Unkown, pp 240-264
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, The Overland Trail, The Graph Tells a Story, pp 204-215
1 Book: IMP Year 1, 2009, The Overland Trail, Traveling at a Constant rate, pp 216-239
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009, Cookies, Cookies and Inequalities, pp 115-124
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009, Cookies, Cookies and the University, pp 115-124
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009, Cookies, Creating Problems, pp 167-176
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009, Cookies, Picturing Cookies, pp 125-137
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009, Cookies, Points of Intersection, pp 152-159
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009, Cookies, Supplemental Activities, pp 177-188
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009, Cookies, Using the Feasible Region, pp 138-151
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,All About Alice, Curiouser and Curiouser!, pp 375-385
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,All About Alice, Extending Exponentiation, pp 362-373
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,All About Alice, Turning Exponents Around, pp 386-395
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,All About Alice, Who's Alice, pp 355-361
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,All About Alice,Supplemental Activities, pp 397-409
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,Fireworks, A Quadratic Rocket, pp 279-292
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,Fireworks, Back to Bayside High, pp 316-319
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,Fireworks, Intercepts and factoring, pp 320-330
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,Fireworks, Putting Quadraticsto Work, pp 307-315
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,Fireworks, The Form of It All, pp 293-306
1 Book: IMP Year 2, 2009,Fireworks,Supplemental Activities, pp 331-351
1 Book: IMP Year 3 Small World, All In A Row, pp 238-251
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Small World, Back to the Data, pp292-300
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, A Strategy for Linear Programming, pp 111-122
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Cookies, Cookies, Cookies, pp 139-141
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Equaitons, Points, Lines, and Planes, pp 123-137
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Equations and More Variables in Linear Programming, pp 152-166
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Equations, Equations, Equations, pp 143-151
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Recreation Versus Development, pp 103-110
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Saved by the Matrices, pp 167-190
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Solving Meadows or Miles, pp 191-198
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Meadows or Malls?, Supplemental Activities, pp 199-219
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Small World, A Model for Population Growth, pp266-280
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Small World, Supplemental Activities, pp 300-320
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011, Small World, The Best Base, pp281-291
1 Book: IMP Year 3, 2011,Small World, Average Growth, pp229-237
1 Book: IMP Year3 Small world, As the World Grows:pp223-228
1 Book: IMP Year3, 2011, Small World, Beynod linearity, pp252-265
1 Border varieties
1 Broken Promises
1 Calculator Exploration: Group Activity
1 Calculators Again
1 Calculators to the Rescue:Group Activity
1 California Here I Come!
1 California Population with e's
1 California and Exponents
1 Changing What You Eat
1 Check It Out!
1 Checkerboard Squares: POW
1 Chef Divisions
1 Choosing Your Intercepts
1 Classroom expressions
1 Coming Down
1 Comparative Growth: Group Activity
1 Comparing Derivatives
1 Confusion Reigns
1 Consecutive Sums: Group
1 Constraints Without Context
1 Continues Portfolio Selection
1 Continuing the Pattern
1 Cookies Portfolio
1 Counting Llama Houses
1 Crack the Code
1 Cracking Another Code
1 Creating families
1 Crossing the Axis
1 Curtis and Hassan Make Choices
1 Date: 07/10/2010
1 Date: 07/11/2010
1 Date: 07/12/2010
3 Date: 07/15/2010
1 Date: 07/17/2010
2 Date: 07/8/2010
1 Date: 08/10/2010
1 Date: 09/12/2010
1 Date: 1/6/2011
9 Date: 7/25/2011
23 Date: 7/26/2011
2 Date:7/26/2011
1 Degree Discovery: Activity
1 Determining the Determinant
1 Diagonally Speaking
1 Diagonals Illuminated
1 Different Kinds of Checkerboards
1 Distributing the Area I
1 Distributing the Area II
1 Divisor Counting
1 Do it The Chef's Way
1 Doctor's Orders
1 Donovan Meets the Beatles
1 Double Trouble
1 Dr. Doubleday's Base
1 Eastside Westside Story
1 Easy Does It
1 Eliminating More Variables
1 Elimination in Three Variables
1 Embellishing the Plane Facts
1 Emergency at Sea
1 Equilateral efficiency
1 Eternal Triangle
1 Exponential Graphing
1 Extended Bagels: Group Activity
1 Factoring
1 Factors of Research
1 Fair Share for Hired Hands
1 Fair Share on Chores
1 Family Comparison by Algebra
1 Family Constraints
1 Feasible Diets
1 Find My Region
1 Find that base
1 Finding Corners Without the Graph
1 Finding Linear Graphs
1 Finding Vertices and Intercepts
1 Finding an Inverse
1 Finishing Off the Cookies
1 Fireworks Portfolio
1 Fireworks in the sky
1 Fitting Mia's Birdhouses
1 Fitting More Lines
1 Fitting Quadratics
1 Fitting a Line
1 Fitting a Plane
1 Flying Matricies
1 Following families on the trail
1 Formulating the Rate
1 Fort Hall Businesses
1 Fresh Ingredients
1 From Another Angle
1 From Numbers to Symbols and Back
1 From One to N
1 From Rules to Graphs
1 Gardeners Delemma
1 Get Rid of Those Variables
1 Get the Point
1 Getting Involved
1 Getting Ready for Meadows or malls
1 Getting on Good Terms
1 Getting the Gold
1 Going Out for Lunch
1 Graph Sketches
1 Graphing Alice
1 Graphing calculator Ins-Outs
1 Grind it out
1 Group Reflection: Activity
1 Growing Up
1 Growth of Rat Populations
1 Growth of an Oil Slick
1 Hassan's a Hit
1 Hats for the Families
1 Having Your Cake and Drinking Too
1 Healthy Animals
1 Heavy Flying
1 Here Comes Vertex Form
1 Here Goes Nothing
1 High-Low Proofs
1 High-Low Differences
1 How Does it Grow?
1 How Low Can You Get?
1 How Many More People?: Group Activity
1 How Many of Each Kind?
1 How Many of Each Kind? Revisited
1 How Many of Us Can Fit?
1 How Much After How Long?
1 How Much Can They Drink?
1 How Much for Broken Eggs?
1 How many Regions?
1 Ideas for Linear Programming Problems
1 If I could See This Thing
1 If Looks Don't Matter, what Does?
1 In Search of the Law
1 In need of Numbers
1 Inequality Stories
1 Infinite Proof
1 Inflation Depreciation, and Alice
1 Inside Out
1 Instant Impact
1 Integers Only
1 Inventing Problems
1 Inventing an Algebra
1 Inverses and Equations
1 Investigating Constants
1 Investigating Inequalities
1 Is it a Homer
1 It's All Gone
1 It's in the Graph
46 Item #
1 Just for Curiosity's Sake
1 Just like Today
1 Just the Plane Facts
1 Keep It going
1 Keeping Track
1 Keeping Track of Sugar
1 Kick It
1 Kick It Harder!
1 Laced Travelers
1 Let me Count the Ways
1 Let's Factor Some More!
1 Let's Factor!
1 Logic from Lewis Carroll
1 Lonesome Llama: Group Activity
1 Looking at Logarithms
1 Lots of Squares
1 Make It Simple
1 Make Your Own Intercepts
1 Many Meals for Alice
1 Marcella's Bagels: Group Activity
1 Matricies in the Oven
1 Meadows , Malls, and Variables
1 Meadows or Malls Portfolio
1 Meadows or Malls Revisited
1 Meadows or Malls?
1 Measuring Meals for Alice
1 Ming's New Manuver
1 More About Borders
1 More About Rallods
1 More About Tyler's Friends
1 More Bales of Hay
1 More Broken Eggs
1 More Cereal Variations
1 More Cookies
1 More Fair Share on chores
1 More Fair share for Hired Hands
1 More Graph sketches
1 More Linear Systems
1 More More Equation Elimination
1 More Mystery bags
1 More equations
1 More scrambled equations and mystery -part I
1 Moving Along
1 Moving West
1 My Simplest Inequality
1 Mystery Graph
1 Mystery bags game
1 Negative Reflections
1 On Your Own: POW
1 On a Tangent
1 Only One Variable
1 Out Numbered
1 Ox Expressions
1 Ox Expressions at Home
1 Painting the General Cube
1 Parabolas and Equations I
1 Parabolas and Equations II
1 Parabolas and Equations III
1 Part 1
1 Part 1: A diagonal closed Formula
3 Part I
1 Part I: An Instantaneous Summary
1 Part I: Base Five Cake
1 Part I: Counting Rallods
1 Part I: Fair Share on Chores
1 Part I: Find the equation
1 Part I: Finding Conclusions
1 Part I: From Sketch to Situation
1 Part I: Generating Ideas
1 Part I: Horizontal and Vertical Lines
1 Part I: Manipulating Inequalities
1 Part I: One variable Only
1 Part I: Pairs of Equations
1 Part I: Point Slope Equations
1 Part I: Programming Reflections
1 Part I: Solving Systems
1 Part I: Stories to Inequalities
1 Part I: The Missing Mascot
1 Part I: shared Points
1 Part I: sketches to Situations
1 Part I: solving Equations
1 Part I:The Graph
4 Part II
1 Part II: A Diagonal explanation
1 Part II: A Linear Review
1 Part II: Algebra Reflections
1 Part II: Average Increases
1 Part II: Base or Exponent
1 Part II: Creating examples
1 Part II: Derivative Sketch
1 Part II: Geometric Sequences
1 Part II: Graphing Inequalities
1 Part II: Inequalities to Stories
1 Part II: Look It Up
1 Part II: Making Decisions
2 Part II: Rocking Pebbles
1 Part II: Situations to Sketches
1 Part II: Two Point Equations
1 Part II: Two or More Variables
1 Part II: Water Rationing
1 Part II: What Did He Say?
1 Part II: find the Inequality
1 Part II: from Situation to Sketch
1 Part III
1 Part III: The Turner Triplets
1 Part III:Making Comparisons
1 Part ii
1 Past Experiences
1 Pattern Block Investigations: Group Activity
1 Patterns Portfolio
1 Pens and Corrals in Vertex Form
1 Perils of Pauline
1 Photo finish
1 Pick Any Answer
1 Picturing Cookies - Part I
1 Picturing Cookies - Part II
1 Picturing Pictures
1 Piece After Piece
1 Planning for the Long Journey
1 Planning the Platform: POW 8
1 Playing Forever
1 Points, Slopes, and Equations
1 Polybon Angles
1 Positive and Negative Ideas
1 Potential Disaster
1 Powers of Powers
1 Powers of Powers Continued
1 Predicting Parallels
1 Previous Travellers
1 Producing Programming Problems
1 Producing Programming Problems Write-up
1 Producing Programming Problems--More Variables
1 Profitable Pictures
1 Profiting from Widgets
1 Programming Borders
1 Programming and Algebra Reflections
1 Prorgamming Puzzles
1 Proving the Tangent
1 Pulling out Rules
1 Quadratic Challenge
1 Quadratic Choices
1 Quadratic Symmetry
1 Rallods in Rednow Land
1 Rap is Hot!
1 Rate, Graphs, Slopes, and Equations
12 Rater: Jennifer Mayer
1 Rater: Maria Terrel Jennifer Mayer
16 Rater: Maria Terrell and Jennifer Mayer
8 Rater: Maria Terrell and Jennifer Mayer
9 Rater: Maria Terrell and Jennifer Mayer
1 Rats in June
1 Reality of compounding
1 Return to A Crowded Place
1 Revisiting Leslie's Flowers
1 Rock 'n' Rap
1 Role Reflections
1 Scrambling Equations
1 Sending Alice to the Moon
1 Set It Up
1 Setting up a Feasible Region
1 Shoelaces
1 Shuttling Around
1 Shuttling Variations
1 Simplifying Cookies
1 Slippery Slopes
1 Slope and Slant
1 Small But Plentiful
1 Small World, Isn't It? Portfolio
1 Solve that Quadratic!
1 Solving for Slope
1 Solving the Simplest
1 Solving with Systems
1 Special Planes
1 Speed and Slope
1 Speeds Rates and Derivatives
1 Speedy' Speed by Algebra
1 Spilling the beans
1 Square It!
1 Squares and Expansions
1 Squares and Scoops
1 Standard Form, Factored Form, Vertex Form
1 Starting over in California
1 Story Sketches
1 Straight-Line Reflections
1 Stranger Pieces of cake
1 SubDivvy
1 Sublette's Cutoff
1 Sublette's Cutoff Revisited
1 Substitute substitute
1 Subtracting Some Differences
1 Subtracting some Sums
1 Summing the Sequence-Part I
1 Summing the Sequences --Part II
1 Surfer's shirts!
1 Taking Logs to the Axes
1 Ten Missing Digits
1 That's Entertainment
1 That's Odd: Activity
1 The Basic Student Budget
1 The Basic Student Budget Revisited
1 The Big Buy
1 The Broken Eggs: POW
1 The Chef's hot and Cold Cubes: Group Activity
1 The Forgotten Account
1 The Garden Border
1 The General Two Variable system
1 The General theory of Consecutive Sums
1 The Generous Banker
1 The Growth of Westville
1 The Haybayler Problem: POW
1 The Issues Involved
1 The Jewelry Business
1 The Limit of their Generousity
1 The Locker Problem
1 The More the Merrier
1 The Number Magician
1 The Overland Trail Portfolio
1 The Points and the Equations
1 The Quadratic Formula
1 The Return of Alice
1 The Search for Dry Trails
1 The Shortest Game
1 The Significance of a Sign
1 The Slope's the Thing
1 The Sound of a Logarithm
1 The Vermillion Crossing
1 The Why of the Line: Group Activity
1 Things We Take For Granted
1 Three Variables Continued
1 Three in a Row
1 To Kearny by Equation
1 To the Rescue
1 Transcendental Numbers
1 Travel on the Trail
1 Travelling Time
1 Trying Out Triples
1 Tweaking the Function
1 Twin Primes
1 Uncertain Answers: Activity
1 Using Vertex Form
1 Variables of your own
1 Vertex Form Challenge
1 Vertex Form Continued
1 Vertex Form for Parabolas
1 Vertex Form to Standard Form
1 Very Big and Very Small
1 Victory Celebration
1 Views of the Distributive Property
1 Wagon Train Sketches and Situations
1 Wake Up!
1 Warming Up to Scientific Notation
1 Water conservation
1 Westville formulas
1 What We Needed
1 What Do They Have in Common?
1 What Wood Would Woody Want?
1 What a Mess: Part I
1 What a Mess: Part II
1 What about One?
1 What's My Inequality?
1 What's Next: Group Activity
1 What's it All About?
1 When Can You Find an Inverse?
1 When Is Nothing Something?
1 Who Am I?
1 Who will Make It?
1 Who's Buried n Grants's Tomb?
1 Who's Who?
1 Whose dog Is That?
1 Widening Woody's Woodwork
1 You Are What You Eat
1 You're the Chef
1 You're the Storyteller: from Rules to Situations
1 Your Own Three Variable Problem
1 ZOOM
1 Zooming Free For All
1 around the Horn
1 d
1 guessing each Other's Inequalities
1 the More Cookies Region Strategy
225 1
1 1 step 1
1 1 step 2
1 1 step 3
1 1-2-3-4 Puzzle: Group Activity
1 1-2-3-4 Varieties
95 1a
1 1ai
1 1aii
1 1aiii
95 1b
59 1c
2 1ci
2 1cii
2 1ciii
1 1civ
28 1d
9 1e
2 1f
224 2
90 2a
89 2b
49 2c
19 2d
1 2di
1 2dii
1 2diii
1 2div
1 2dv
5 2e
3 2f
181 3
39 3a
39 3b
21 3c
6 3d
3 3e
3 3f
129 4
20 4a
20 4b
3 4c
1 4d
66 5
9 5a
9 5b
4 5c
2 5d
31 6
17 7
11 8
4 9
1 9a
1 9b
1 9c
1 10
1 11
2502 Totals

Column B

Count Entry
714
7 NMA
46 Topic1
1 100
1 101
1 102
2 103
8 108
23 110
3 111
4 112
3 113
5 116
16 201
8 202
3 203
36 204
3 210
14 217
6 218
2 301
5 305
16 306
3 307
4 309
1 312
35 314
5 402
1 403
64 502
28 503
9 504
11 505
31 506
42 507
41 508
6 509
135 510
48 511
19 512
2 513
15 601
143 602
23 603
3 604
55 605
26 607
33 608
39 613
13 614
23 615
24 616
6 703
1 705
1 707
5 708
10 711
7 714
5 717
8 804
16 806
3 901
8 907
5 1001
12 1003
1 1202
7 1204
20 1206
3 1301
2 1303
21 1402
72 1404
7 1407
1 1410
80 1501
2 1502
100 1503
166 1504
1 1505
11 1507
83 1508
3 1513
1 1514
3 1515
7 1516
10 1517
1 1590
3 1602
1 1604
2502 Totals

Column C

Count Entry
1786
2 I don't think Narrative and HW categories apply….
46 Topic2
1 108
2 110
7 111
3 112
2 113
1 202
3 204
4 217
4 218
1 300
2 301
1 303
11 305
24 306
1 309
2 310
1 311
1 312
4 313
13 314
1 400
7 402
34 502
1 503
1 504
10 505
15 506
22 507
1 508
10 509
35 510
32 511
36 512
1 513
5 514
33 601
22 602
4 603
1 604
19 605
7 607
22 608
5 612
2 613
1 614
20 615
15 616
2 703
3 707
2 708
8 711
1 714
1 717
3 804
12 806
8 1003
1 1107
2 1201
2 1202
16 1204
1 1205
28 1206
2 1402
4 1404
3 1406
6 1407
12 1501
16 1503
22 1504
23 1508
2 1510
22 1514
2 1515
3 1517
7 1602
2498 Totals

Column D

Count Entry
2322
46 Topic3
1 103
6 112
3 218
4 303
1 304
1 305
10 306
2 314
9 502
4 503
12 506
1 507
5 508
6 509
1 510
3 512
5 601
1 605
2 608
6 615
3 616
1 707
1 711
7 714
7 1206
1 1407
5 1501
2 1503
1 1504
9 1508
5 1513
1 1515
2494 Totals

Column E

Count Entry
717
1235 A
46 CogBeh
224 K
275 R
2497 Totals

Column F

Count Entry
2197
275 C
1 C/Co
2473 Totals

Column G

Count Entry
2334
77 M
2411 Totals

Column H

Count Entry
1499
46 Context
943 X
1 x
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2 "find a counter example" that is logical reasoning---how does that help you answer the question--this is an R
1 "recount?"
1 "these might be As given the openended nature of the problem" your original comment is why I believe these are A's
1 ?
1 ? 1301 might include 30-60,90? Or is that 1303?
4 A bc I don't think that this is algorithmic yet.
1 A bc explain
1 A bc not a new solution, work already done.
1 A bc representation
2 A bc representation change
3 A because choosing a method and having to explain.
1 After thinking more about ti I think that an R is inorder because of the three kinds of intersection and the resulting regions you get .
1 After year 1, I believe that author intends them to be thinking with variables, hence the 602
1 Based on what we said in year 1, 511 doesn't fit here.
1 Believe tht 507 is included in the 508 (set up and solve in inequality)
1 C because student generated problems rarely have "nice" solutions.
4 Cog Beh R because they are asked to try to find a rule
46 Comment
1 Determinants are related heavily to systems of eq and how to solve systems, so I think we need both codes. 605 and 602
1 Do we really need the 1510 as well?
1 FUNCTION LANGUAGE
1 Hmm 714 too or 806? If the problem is drawing primarily on the synthetic geomtry concepts (ie no coordinates) then 714 belongs too.
1 I believe that 503 is subsumed by the 508
1 I believe that the R behavior is in part b/
1 I do think that these should be coded seperately
1 I seenow that his is not an r
1 I think that 502 is subsumed
1 I think that the code should be for a single linear inequality… 508 and 510?
1 I think the assumption should be for a graphic calculator
1 I think this is a use of patteeerns, harking back to year 1
1 I think this system of 4 eq in 4 unks should be coded right? Or is it just subsumed in inverse of a matrix?
1 I'm not sure that students have internalized these skills in such a way that they are algorithmic, hence the A
1 If part a is A, then part b should be
1 Incidence relationships in three D?This might be an exemplar for this code. It is NOT clear form context that this is a coordinate geometry problem it seems more like coordiante free question hence the 700 level code.
1 Interdisciplanary connection: Social Studies/US History
1 Isn't 502 subsumed?
1 K bc already done.
2 K because told method to use = algorithmic
1 May use cards to mimic scenario
1 NOT SURE ABOUT 506
2 NOT SURE ABOUT 506 FOR THESE, SINCE STUDENTS ARE NOT ASKED TO WRITE SYMBOLICALLY..
1 Not sur eabout the A, but 1st time with 3-var, so kids have to extend process
1 Not sure why this is a K if the others are A's?
1 Outside research. Students are told to look for a proof.
1 Possible Interdisciplanary Connection
1 R bc creating their own
2 R bc have to synthesize information
1 R because error analysis is a big step
17 Reconcile Comment
1 Reconcile Comments
1 Reconcile comment
2 Same issue as #1, not a system
3 Still not algorithmic… maybe year 3?
1 TIME PLOT
2 The TM says this is a "review" to get ready for LP in 6 variables. I say K
1 They have worked to have students see that there is a connection between whena system of eq has a unique solution, and whena sq matrix (the coeff matrix ) has an inverse. So I think the sysstem of eq should be ther.e
1 Think that this is just redoing what had been done previously.
1 This is not a coordinat geom but a syntheitic geom knowledge -K?
1 This seems like a straight forward multiply matricies. Which they derived on page 175 through Flying matricies?
1 This will take some reasoning--if they use the zero matrix, then there are infinitely many or no soln depending on the B column. If they use the identity matrix then …But anyway I think this is a nonstarndard problem that causes them to "analyze" R1
1 a(b^x) is purpose
1 calc is tool for solving the system
1 can't really classify
1 ditto
3 eq of a plane in 3 space. Is 806--analyitc geom in 3 space, analogue of 510 in 2 space
4 finding ininverse req use of 602--are we saying its subsumed? Since 602 is recently learned I think it is part of the learning.
1 group activity
1 isn’t the 511 just part of the 507?
1 looks are deceiving due to scale of domain/range
1 make a copy of the given graph could be 1501--meaning of graph?
7 need X
1 needs to be consistent with Kick it.
1 not an exponential function since the base of those must be positive. This is something weird.
1 not happy about this but I think that the focus on scale and data display seems best. Isn't 901 subsumed by 907?
1 not happy with this but don't know how to capture that this is about 0
2 not sure How they want them to solve this--use systems? Or think thorugh geometrically
1 number patterns and divisibility and repeated subtraction
1 page 184 Matricies and Linear Systems the matrix eq AX=B is introduced , do we want to also code 614? We have talked about doing this in CME bec. We have used 614 for MANY kinds of algraic equations.
1 perimeter of a rectangle 305
1 really a question about 1
1 should be using exp function not doing by hand
1 tan 45=1 is that 1301?
1 these start in function land and then move to algebra world, hence the 6**
1 they want the kids to use the two teq -1=4a+b and -2=7a+b to solve for a and b, rather than use the two points to find the equaiton of theline so I say 602 and I think the 510 for the eq of the line they get for the ans is subumed?
1 they want the kids to use the two teq 4=3a+b and 1=5a+b to solve for a and b, rather than use the two points to find the equaiton of theline so I say 602 and I think the 510 for the eq of the line they get for the ans is subumed?
1 they will use graphs of the functions to compare
1 this can be thoughtof on the level of when do 3 linear equ in three unkns give a unique solution so I'd put a 602 too.
1 this is 510 (changing to slope intercept form… solve for y)
1 this is really just solving a system of 4 eq in 4 unks.
1 this will be hard since one can add the entries, but since the sizes of the matricies is different, this will require some careful formal thinking. This point about when you can and cannot add doe not seem to be made in the text.
1 transcendental numbers and their history
1 two lines in space can be skew--which is neather paralell or intersecting. So I think R
1 503?
1 505?
1 506?
1 603 bec system of ineq for some reagons
1 714 also bec there are three possilbiites the lines are colinear, the lines intersect at one pt, the lines don’t intersect.
1 714 bec the regions are formed first synthetically--no eq, just geometric thinking line sin planes
1 714 bec they are not using coordinate geomtery here, but syntheic geom instead.
2 804 is correct this is aboutlines and planes in 3-d coordinate geometry- it's not 702
1 806 for the eq of planes in space. But the question is are students thinking of the planes and using knowledge form the synthetic gem domain? (eg 2 planed inter sect in a aline, thre planes could intersect in a line, a point or not at all?) I don’t' think that they have ways to describes lines in space using coordinate geometry.
1 1301-tan as a "basic ratio?
1 1503 bec there appears to be only on evariable, "t" then # of tickets. They are treating the cost of production as a constant so the function is a linear function of one varible in t.
1 1503 bec there appears to be only on evariable, h the 3 of hours worked. They are treating the amount of savings he starts with as a constant so the function is a linear function of one varible inh.
3 1508 bc using previous fxn language, 608 bc developing laws of exponents
1 1508 bc using previous fxn language, 608 bc developing laws of exponents, Student develops the context
1 1517 is not appropriate--it just asks them to write and expression--not function, Also It is part of writing the "ojective function of the LP problem som just 1404
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