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This FREE Algebra 1 spiral review resource can easily be used as spiral math HOMEWORK, spiral math WARM UPS, or a DAILY MATH REVIEW! This spiral math review was designed to keep math concepts fresh all year and to simplify your homework or warm up routines. All pages are 100% EDITABLE and easy to di

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Standard statistical displays of data are reviewed at the beginning of the 10 lesson unit. Box plots are used to compare data sets and emphasize use of the quartiles and interquartile range. Measures of central tendency and dispersion, such as mean and standard deviation, are discussed and interpret

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A classroom activity where student build their own demand and supply curves based on what they are willing to pay (or be paid) for a clean room. Students must reason quantitatively and use units common in economics to solve problems in market equilibrium. Algebra- linear equations, systems of equat

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This 13 lesson unit explores one of the most important types of functions, linear. It builds from proportional relationships and equations of lines to linear modeling. The fundamental concept of a graph showing solutions to equations is emphasized. Finally, arithmetic sequences are introduced as a t

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Take a look at my paid version of this manipulative for a preview video on how to assemble and use. When you use this free tool, please don't forget to leave me a rating. Use this 3D graphic organizer as a manipulative tool in your science or mathematics classes to help students visually understand

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Fundamental exponent laws are developed early in this 9 lesson unit and give rise to an exploration of basic exponential functions. Percent calculations are then used to develop increasing and decreasing exponential models. A comparison between linear and exponential models is extensively done. The

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The final 8 lesson unit in the text concentrates on higher level modeling and function concepts. It begins by exploring all major function transformations in all function forms. Discrete, linear, exponential, step, and piecewise functions are all reviewed and extended in this unit. Quadratic modelin

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Here at Dad to the Third power I have weekly sets of bell ringers for that could be any high school math class geometry and above. They are one slide files per day. Just click the box to reveal the answer.
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SWBAT identify the attributes of an object that can be measured as well as what units would be reasonable to use for measuring.
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Mathematics was born when humans began to study the world around them and to create ways to measure what they observed.
We can describe any object with an attr

This is a classroom activity that marries personal finance and math skills. In the Number Chugs, students will: Calculate the costs associated with starting your own business
& Find the break-even point for a startup business. There are 3 sections to help you differentiate for your students base

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This is a classroom activity that marries personal finance and math skills. In the Number Chug, students will: Use percentages to understand how tips affect the total bill, Observe how tax affects the check subtotal,& Learn the challenges of waiting tables and why tip matters. There are 3 sectio

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Combine a TedEd Video and a fun math project for a holiday distraction in math class!Use with TedEd Video: The case of the missing fractals

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Plan smarter! This document breaks down the Algebra I regents by cluster. Know which cluster is tested most on the Algebra I regents and plan accordingly. No more guessing which standards you should spend more time on.

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If you have students who struggle with math or organizing information when they solve multi-step math and chemistry problems, then this worksheet is for you. Students will learn to calculate the molar mass of compounds using organized tables with guided step-by-step directions. Help build confiden

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