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This project reviews the following:
1) Graphing linear equations and finding intercepts, domain and range
2) Graphing Quadratic Equations and finding vertex, intercepts, domain and range
3) Graphing Radical Functions and finding intercepts, domain and range
4) Graphing Exponential Functions and t

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The learning objective of this activity is to show students graphically the location of Zeros/Solutions of a Quadratic Function
This activity can be used as a guide to graph using Graphing Calculator online or a hand held calculator.
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This is a project I use in my Algebra 2 classroom as an introduction to graphing polynomial functions.
The topics covered are the following:
1- Graphing polynomial functions on graph paper, using a graphing caclulator.
2. Writing the Standard form of a polynomial
3. Determine Zeros or solutions

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In this online investigation, students use Desmos.com as a substitute for the traditional graphing calculator to investigate properties of inverse functions. This is a great introductory activity into inverse functions as it gives students a visual understanding of what a function and its inverse c

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This is a short Internet lesson where students view one video, and take notes, to learn how to graph a sine function with and without transformations. I use this to introduce the students to the graph prior to my actual lesson.
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This is a short Internet lesson where students view one video, and take notes, to learn how to graph a cosine function with and without transformations. I use this to introduce the students to the graph prior to my actual lesson.
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This is a short Internet lesson where students view one video, and take notes, to learn how to graph a tangent function with and without transformations. I use this to introduce the students to the graph prior to my actual lesson.
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This is a short Internet lesson where students view one video, and take notes, to learn how to graph a secant function with and without transformations. I use this to introduce the students to the graph prior to my actual lesson.
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This is a short Internet lesson where students view one video, and take notes, to learn how to graph a cotangent function with and without transformations. I use this to introduce the students to the graph prior to my actual lesson.
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This is a short Internet lesson where students view one video, and take notes, to learn how to graph a cosecant function with and without transformations. I use this to introduce the students to the graph prior to my actual lesson.
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The 3D Graphing lesson is a fun and entertaining lesson that helps students visualize systems of equations and relate 2 dimensional space to 3 dimensional space. The lesson uses iPad, iPhone, or iPod as the platform, but may optionally be presented on computers with internet access.

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I use this project when we complete the unit of Solving and Graphing Quadratic Functions. This project includes
1- Finding Vertex
2- Axis of Symmetry,
3- Finding Y-intercept and Maximum or Minimum values,
4- Writing Domain and Range,
5- Writing the Standard Form,
6- Writing the Vertex F

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This is a fantastic math project that gives students an opportunity to learn about trains around the world. Students work in pairs to research the speeds of different trains. They will write an equation in y=mx format, create an x/y chart, and graph the equation for each train. The results can th

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Students practice how to find locations using latitude and longitude on Google Maps. Includes worksheet and answer key

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