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This is a free sample of graph paper in Word format. Simply print out the page, or use it onscreen with an interactive whiteboard. This particular graph is 14x14, with subgrids equaling 28x28. It is one of 30 graph papers included in Graphs Grids & Games, a digital document by John Rice availabl

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This is an Algebra lesson for the SmartBoard on graphing linear inequalities and systems of linear inequalities. This Notebook file starts with reviewing the inequality symbols and how to graph an inequality on the number line. It then moves on to the definition of a linear inequality and how to gra

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This PowerPoint lesson shows students the properties of logarithms -- converting between logarithmic form and exponential form, evaluating logarithmic equations, and graphing logarithmic functions. This was designed for a Pre-Calculus class, so it has a lot of information in the one lesson since it

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Blank Cooridnate grid with all quadrants labeled -10 to 10. Grid is locked in place, though it can be edited. Great for lessons with transformations, or for student who have trouble locating points on a coordinate grid.

8th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra) Graphing Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 8th grade class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches

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This is an Algebra lesson for the SmartBoard on the standard form of a linear equation. This Notebook file starts with an explanation about the fact that there are several forms of an equation of a line. It reviews the concept that only two points are needed to draw a line and different forms provid

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This PowerPoint lesson was written for a Pre-Calculus class to review the graphs of exponential functions. It show examples of exponential growth and decay, and the graphs of each. It also has examples of compound interest and compounding continuously interest. It could be used as a unit review f

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This is a introduction lesson for solving system of linear equations in two variables. It combines three methods: graphing and two algebraic methods. It takes 50 min to explain the procedures and show practical examples. The Cartesian's coordinate system is provided for graphical examples. Basically

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The lecture includes topics: graphs of line, function notation. It can be used as review or as a lesson to introduce function notation. The examples are practical and last one is real life application of using graphs and functions. In general, it gives overview of graphs and functions as special kin

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This is a 27 page Smartboard file that covers graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities. The lesson starts with explaining the use of dashed and solid lines and continues into several practice pages that include answers. Some of the inequalities are in slope-intercept form and some are in standard for

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This is a 48 page Smartboard lesson on how to graph linear equations. All types of linear equations are explained here. There are slopes that are fractions and slopes that are whole numbers. Sometimes the y intercept is missing and other times there is zero slope. There are plenty examples to work w

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8th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra) Writing Equations in Point-Slope Form in a PowerPoint PresentationThis slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 8th grade class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to writ

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This is a 61 page Smartboard file covering how to write equations in point-slope form. There are 3 different styles used. One is when you know one point and the slope. Another is when you know 2 points. The 3rd one is when you have a line plotted on the coordinate plane. All three types have plenty

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Finding the Equation of a Line and the Equation of a Circle Geometry Lesson. This 5 page geometry lesson teaches you how to find the Equation of a Circle and and a Line using 8 fully worked examples, a worksheet with answer key. The lesson package contains a student and teacher version in both Wor

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This is an Algebra lesson for the SmartBoard on solving a system of linear equations by graphing. This Notebook file starts with a warm-up problem which is later revisited in the lesson. The need to learn a method of solving a system is established, and the method of solving by graphing is discovere

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In this Board Session students will…
-get some exponent and trig practice
-find derivatives
-integrate
-use area to integrate
-Find an "advanced" equation of a tangent line
-Work with velocity and acceleration
-Work with integration to find the area of a region, and the
volumes when it's rotate

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This is a 28 page Smartboard file on how to find the slope of an x and y table. The lesson explains how you can plot the points to find the slope or you can use the change in y over change in x (rise over run) formula. Each practice page has a coordinate plate to help. There are plenty of practice p

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Ultimate Algebra for Windows PC (Trial Version)
Ultimate Algebra was developed as a simple, easy to use and functional tool to be incorporated either into the classroom or at home. Ultimate Algebra is a highly visual learning resource and is intended to engage learners and help them develop both

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