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A project that combines the concepts of continuity and differentiation and applies it to a real world situation. The students must first use both continuity and differentiation to solve for multiple coefficients. They then use the coefficients they have solved for and their knowledge of derivatives

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Students are guided through a phone comparison. Then students will research plans and compare them in groups. This activity also includes 4 different homework problems similar to the phone comparison but related to other fields.
This project can be performed in any class studying solving systems

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This is a diverse project for a geometry unit. Students get to choose 3 projects they can do. It gives them options and can choose what they will enjoy doing the most. I give students this project at the beginning of a unit and it is due right before the unit test.A grading rubric is attached to

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This is a project I have used in both Algebra II and PreCalculus classes to evaluate the Rational Root Theorem. I give them five problems to analyze and determine all the possible real roots using the Rational Root Theorem, Synthetic Division, and the Quadratic Formula. I have used this several ti

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In this project, students learn how to use polynomial function to model roller coaster rides. In this first part, they are given some polynomial functions to find the relative maximum/minimum, increasing/decreasing intervals, x- and y-intercepts, etc. They will explore the average rate of change. In

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This project set includes 8 projects that are cooperative learning, hands-on labs. Students collect data that fit exponential, logarithmic, or trigonometric patterns. Students will create equations from the data and use the equations to make predictions. Many of the equations students create will

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This is a ****FREE**** "Quest For Knowledge" (webquest) designed for students in their first semester of Applied Math although it could be used by any high school or middle school student in any subject. NOTE: FOR A STUDENT TO USE THIS WEBQUEST, THE SCHOOL MUST HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH CAREER CRUISING

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Ten of my favorite algebra activities!
This activity pack contains the following activities for engaging your students with their math and each other:
-Fun at the Fair!
Explore the Coordinate Plane and the Slope Intercept Form while investigating the County Fair
-Trashing the Pollutomax
Use Data

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This project involves two activities for the classroom to help teach related rates in calculus. The activities will take 2 days.
This project has 6 pages (4 for activity, 1 teacher notes, 1 alternate assignment). I use this project in my calculus class after teaching implicit differentiation. Thi

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This is a presentation I give to math students to introduce them to the world or programming. This packet includes a 4 page handout with 5 sample programs of various skill level/difficulty. It is aimed at the TI-82, 83, 84 families of calculators. It will work with the nSpire but these are more c

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The Convicted with Statistics project applies joint probability (conditional and unconditional). Students explore dependent and independent events, as well as questionable interpretations of statistics which could incite convictions in court. Students discuss the failings of expert witnesses for tw

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In this project, students are asked to research the history of USPS and find historic data of US forever stamp prices for the past 50 years. They are asked to use the data to create a scatter/plot (time series) and create a line of best fit. They are asked to create both a linear model and an expone

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Great Budget Binder that can be used by teachers and students! Looking for a semester long personal finance project? Simulate "real life" with this printable budget binder. Help your students track and trim expenses that come up in "the real world."
Teachers can also use this in their personal live

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Great for an early in the year project. Batman and Batwoman are teachers by day. Students must calculate the monthly income and subtract the costs. (given in the project) Eventually students will determine when it is financially intelligent to have a batbaby. Students will be required to be creat

This is a word document that you can customize to fit your students' needs. I have included 4 careers (engineer, auto mechanic, chef, and marketing) with education requirements and possible salaries. These were the 4 most inquired about careers with my students in Applied Math.
I printed out a coup

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This is an easy-to-implement project that I have used in my U.S. Government courses in the past, although it could be adapted for use in U.S. history or even an applied math course.
The learning focus is to get students to make the connections from values to numbers and recognize that differing pol

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These simulations come from Nick's book, "You're Gonna Need a Bigger Wallet." The book is available on Amazon for $24, or on TPT for $21 in .pdf format. The .pdf format is more ideal for teachers than the printed copies of the book because it allows for easier access to print the activities and hand

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I created this assignment to emphasize the financial, physical and scientific planning needed to put together an expedition. This assignment blends Oceanography and Economics and Personal Finance. In this assignment, students will investigate and compare the cost of goods and services. They will

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A super easy to implement inquiry based math project!!!In this project, students generate their own questions to answer and plan a statistical study to answer their questions. This project allows for a field trip component OR you can complete the project on campus. Rubrics for Common Core and AERO

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This document contains a statistics project description that allows students to create their own project. This is suitable for high school and beginning level college statistics class. Students will design their own study - formulate research questions, collect data, organize and summarize the findi

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This project has 4 pages.
page 1 gives data on the cases/deaths due to ebola. Students are asked to model both and find an appropriate function. [table to graph/function]
page 2 asks students to analyze the rate of change of the cases/deaths and find an appropriate derivative function. [approximat

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This project has 1 sample lab to complete together as a class and 6 other labs that create a linear relationship.
Students work through the labs collecting data and then analyze the data to create equations, use calculators or spreadsheets to create regression equations (best fit lines), and use the

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