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This activity is designed to review solving systems of equations by graphing (or writing systems of equation by the graph). This activity also gets students up and about.Place the 10 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick any card to begin with. They should graph the function on the botto

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Also included in: Systems of Equations Activity Bundle - Graphing and Substitution Methods

Looking for a way to scaffold and help your students be ready to graph quadratic functions? Use this short assignment to help them become familiar with the anatomy of a quadratic function. They will identify the vertex, axis of symmetry, maximum and minimum, roots, zeros, solutions, x-intercepts, y-

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This is one of my favorite activities to do in the trigonometry unit. After students learn about the unit circle, including positive and negative angles in radian form and graphing sine & cosine waves, this activity creates the perfect transition to graphing secant and cosecant functions. The

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Instructions, examples, and practice problems are provided for each graphing method, along with charts and rectangular (Cartesian) coordinate grids, to guide the students through calculating points and then plotting them on the graph. It is beneficial to have the students follow along and fill in t

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Linear Equations Concepts (Ch 6 in Algebra 1, Pearson).
Included is a matching Powerpoint that follows the notes exactly
Included: Homework for each lesson and.
Interactive Math Notebook pages included in bundle are:
Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities
Blackline masters answer keys in

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Multiplying Powers with the Same Bases(Ch 7 in Algebra 1, Pearson).
I Included: Homework for each lesson, Guided Notes with Matching Powerpoint
You can also buy this as a unit in a bundle. The Interactive Math Notebook pages included in bundle are:
Zero and Negative Exponents
Multiplying Powers

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This worksheet adds a little fun to learning how to find the limit of a function using a graph.. The student will answer the questions, then use the answers to break the code and solve the riddle.
The riddle is:
Q: What is Dracula's favorite circus act?
A: The juggler!

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Included is a matching Powerpoint that follows the notes
Included: Homework for each lesson
Please keep in mind the preview is to show you what the notes look like. It lists all the topics covered in the bundle. This is ONLY for the GRAPHING.
Interactive Math Notebook pages included in bundle

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Linear Equations Concepts (Ch 6 in Algebra 1, Pearson).
Included is a matching Powerpoint that follows the notes exactly
Included: Homework for each lesson and.
Interactive Math Notebook pages included in bundle are:
Graphing Linear Inequalities
Blackline masters answer keys included.

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This is a quick, 4-question quiz or homework assignment on graphing circles and ellipses in standard form. One circle with a center (h, k), one circle and two ellipses with centers on the origin. Key included!

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This is a systems of equation quiz. There are 6 problems and one short answer.
There are problems in slope intercept along with standard form. The directions state the the students can solve the problems using any method they want: elimination, substitution, etc.

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Assignment testing knowledge of how to go to/from an algebraic inequality to/from a verbal expression and to/from a graph on a number line. The assignment also contains examples of finding numbers that are in and not in the solution set from the graph, the verbal expression, and the algebraic inequa

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This is everything you need to teach Quadratic Functions/Equations. Overall, there are 6 double sided worksheets, 5 SAT prep worksheets, 4 Lesson Plans, 2 Quizzes, and Answer Keys to every worksheet and quiz.
To start, there are 4 double sided amazing worksheets that cover every aspect to graphing

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Reinforce 3 ways of determining slope, and use slope to determine the behavior of lines in a linear system.
Practice determining slope:
• Given a graph
• Given 2 points on a line
• Given an equation
Use slope to determine if the lines in the system:
• Intersect
• Are parallel
• Coincide
This P

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This is a bundle set of guided notebook pages for the interactive math notebook on Transformations
Follows along with Pearson Geometry Book: 2012 Ch 8
The Powerpoint is meant to be interactive so that you can write on it. (White Board or Mobi style)
Includes the following note pages:
Translations

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Assignment checking the ability to find additional roots by using synthetic division and factoring, and then graphing using the roots, y-intercept, and end behavior. Emphasis is on non-calculator based graphing and factoring different types of polynomials. I also have corresponding notes of the same

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Assignment checking the ability to convert linear equations from standard form to slope-intercept form, as well as how to find x- and y-intercepts algebraically to graph lines and determine the slope-intercept form. The performance question at the end has students compare the solving for y method an

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Assignment checking the ability to write equations in slope-intercept form when given a graph, a slope and a y-intercept, and a verbal explanation. The assignment also checks the ability to transform equations in slope-intercept form when given vertical shifts and "stretches" in the steepness/flatne

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Starting with the parent graph of a radical (square root) function, this set of notes asks students to provide a table of values and graph each function. From there, students identify what transformation occurred.
-9 investigatory functions
-6 functions to match with their transformations
-a summ

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Want a fun way to formatively assess students in a differentiated way that will allow students to self-check and monitor their own progress?! Who doesn't? I want to introduce you to the color match.
Students match the polar equation with its graph, coloring the equation and graph the same color. S

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This worksheet packet was designed to be used after lecture for extra practice. Charts and rectangular (Cartesian) coordinate grids are provided to aid in plotting the ordered pairs on the graph. Three methods for graphing lines are included:• Point Plotting• X- and Y-Intercepts• Slope-InterceptSolu

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Assignment assessing student knowledge on how to graph quadratic equations in (h, k) or vertex form. Assignment tests how a, h, and k affect and translate a quadratic graph, as well as important graph aspects such as domain, range, finding x- and y-intercepts algebraically, axis of symmetry, reflect

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This is a large Cartesian Coordinate Grid.The Y-Axis range is 14 to -14. The X-Axis range is -19 to 18. It is a PDF file.

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