Benchmarks 9C (The Mathematical World: Shapes)
Grades 9-12, page 225
Distances and angles that are inconvenient to measure directly can
be found from measurable distances and angles using scale drawings or formulas.
Benchmarks 11C (Common Themes: Constancy and Change)
Grades 9-12, page 275
In many physical, biological, and social systems, changes in one direction
tend to produce opposing (but somewhat delayed) influences, leading to
repetitive cycles of behavior.
Benchmarks 11C (Common Themes: Constancy and Change)
Grades 6-8, page 274
Things that change in cycles, such as the seasons or body temperature,
can be described by their cycle length or frequency, what the highest and
lowest values are, and when they occur. Different cycles range from many
thousands of years down to less than a billionth of a second.