- Subchapter A
- Patterns and Relationships
- For Grades: 9-12
- Learning Goal 1
- Mathematics is the study of quantities and shapes, the patterns and relationships between quantities or shapes, and operations on either quantities or shapes. Some of these relationships involve natural phenomena, while others deal with abstractions not tied to the physical world.

- Learning Goal 2
- As in other sciences, simplicity is one of the highest values in mathematics. Some mathematicians try to identify the smallest set of rules from which many other propositions can be logically derived.

- Learning Goal 3
- Theories and applications in mathematical work influence each other. Sometimes a practical problem leads to the development of new mathematical theories; often mathematics developed for its own sake turns out to have practical applications.

- Learning Goal 1

- For Grades: 9-12

- Patterns and Relationships