M3 - Geometry | Demonstrate understanding of the 360-degree system of measuring angles and rotation | 6 - Math | Demonstrate general computation skills |

M3 - Geometry | Identify elements of a circle: center, radius, diameter, arc, chord, sector | 6 - Math | Demonstrate general computation skills |

M3 - Geometry | Describe characteristics of angles formed by two intersecting lines, including complementary and supplementary angles | 2 - Community Resources | Use maps relating to travel needs, including Internet-based map systems |

M3 - Geometry | Identify parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines | 2 - Community Resources | Use maps relating to travel needs, including Internet-based map systems |

M3 - Geometry | Use concepts and attributes of geometric shapes to find unknown dimensions in figures and applications | 1 - Consumer Economics | Interpret, use and compute measurement for consumer-related purposes |

M3 - Geometry | Describe characteristics of angles formed by two intersecting lines, including complementary and supplementary angles | 1 - Consumer Economics | Interpret, use and compute measurement for consumer-related purposes |

M3 - Geometry | Interpret concepts of similarity, and identify figures that are similar or congruent | 1 - Consumer Economics | Interpret, use and compute measurement for consumer-related purposes |

M3 - Geometry | Recognize and use the property that the interior angles of a triangle have a sum of 180 degrees | 2 - Community Resources | Use maps relating to travel needs, including Internet-based map systems |

M3 - Geometry | Demonstrate understanding of the 360-degree system of measuring angles and rotation | 2 - Community Resources | Use maps relating to travel needs, including Internet-based map systems |