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This is one of my student’s favorite activities. Who doesn’t want to go outside and map out some vectors? It works well in physics or trigonometry for understanding how to add and subtract multiple vectors.
10 different maps are provided for student groups to make their way from a single point

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This lab includes two versions of a catapult lab (calculus based and non-calculus based). Students work in groups to collect data on a ball launched using a catapult. Students create regression equations using a graphing calculator or spreadsheet.
Also included is a painted cubes lab that includes

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My students totally enjoy doing the following math lab! They invariably find it to be both fun to do as well as informative. They readily relate to discussions within.
* Students work with a partner
* Students begin by a brief discussion about seed overproduction
* Students are provided with

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This activity is designed to teach the students about displacement vectors. There are three parts in four pages. In part II of the lab students make a hunt for other students to follow based on vectors. The next day, students go out, follow the directions and find the "treasure". Very fun activi

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This lesson integrates technology to allow students to explore families of functions. Students must know translations of quadratic functions in order to complete this activity. Further knowledge of functions is valuable but not necessary.
This lesson also requires the use of Geogebra--a free inter

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This packet will introduce your students to sequences and series.
It will provide them with many of the useful vocabulary terms.
Introduce them to general, arithmetic, geometric, finite, and infinite sequences and series.
It will instruct them on how to write recursive and explicit formulas, sigma n

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In the following lab, students enjoy a "hands-on" activity to learn the reasoning behind the formulas used in calculating for volume in two solids, the pyramid and the prism.
* Students draw the nets on poster board for a pyramid and a prism, given precise measurements.
* Students carefully c

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This activity can be done alone, at home, or in groups. Using graphing calculators, students first graph parent functions (linear, quadratic, cubic, square root, etc). Then they perform a series of transformations and write down what they notice. This will lead them to the correct conclusion as t

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The following math lab is a follow-up to lessons on the Trigonometric Ratios:* In the lab, students follow steps to create a measuring device called The Clinometer* Students use the Clinometer to measure objects of inaccessible heights such as trees or flag poles.* To measure the objects, student

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