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Calculating Work (W=Fxd) Worksheets and Key
If you have been teaching a Simple Machines or Energy Unit, then you need to check out this three page lesson to teach calculating work. It is in three sections.
Section 1: Picture Questions
Section 2: Word Problems/with Challenge Questions
Section 3: Ch

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In this activity students practice identifying the Graphs of f, f ', and f ''. Students analyze three graphs, one blue, one black, and one red, superimposed on the same coordinate grid to determine which is the graph of original function, the graph of first derivative, and the graph of the second de

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Also included in: AP Calculus BC or Calculus 2 Bundle of 32 Activities

This is a complete lesson plan on graphing exponential functions in the coordinate plane.
This lesson includes an opening activity, minilesson with guided steps through the process, examples, class activities and a worksheet for homework. Answer keys included.
Common Core standards for High Scho

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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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Calculus Graphing Calculator handouts help student learn to use the TI Graphing Calculator effectively as a learning tool. Use this particular handout to visualize and determine the area under a curve in Calculus 1 or AP Calculus AB or BC. Easy to follow and can be copied and added to student notes.

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Also included in: Calculus Bundle of 15 Activities and Resources

Guided notes teaching how to graph square root and cube root functions by translating the parent function. I teach my students to use the "base points" [ (0, 0), (1, 1), and (4, 2) or (-1, -1) for square/cube root] and then transform them using (h, k) or vertex form. They also must be able to determ

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This lesson is designed to allow students to practice working independently and would be a suitable lesson for a substitute/guest teacher.
Purposes of this lab:
1. Practice completing charts
2. Use specific numbers from the periodic table of elements
3. Recognizing the information found on

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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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Teach this song to your students to help them learn how to apply the midpoint formula. I use this song every year with my students and they love it!

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This lesson plan is for a fifth or possible sixth grade economics unit. The lesson is specially designed to be a part of an economics unit which requires or needs a simulation. The lesson plan includes critical questions, currency template, simulation record sheet and step-by-step instructions on ho

Minecraft: Producing Bread and Restoring Hunger is a common core activity that helps students apply scientific investigation and mathematical concepts such as graphing, analyzing graphs, and drawing conclusion from this data. Students will also develop and practice higher order thinking skills.

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Guided notes teaching how 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 learning and graphing. I also have a corresponding assignment of the same name.

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Assignment testing the ability to graph linear inequalities on a coordinate plane. Emphasis is on "pulling out important information" first, such as slope, y-intercept, type of line (dotted/solid), and shading location, and then using that information to graph. I have also included linear equations

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Guided notes teaching students how to write equations in slope-intercept form when given a graph, a slope and a y-intercept, and a verbal explanation. The notes also teach how to transform equations in slope-intercept form when given vertical shifts and "stretches" in the steepness/flatness of the l

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Features large graphs, notes, bulletin-board posters, flash cards, and a study sheet for a linear, quadratic, absolute-value, cubic, rational, and square root parent function.
Posters have thick, bold graphs with a decorative border. Notes address domain, range, end behavior, vertex, inflection

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Notes teaching students how to go to/from an algebraic inequality to/from a verbal expression to/from a graph on a number line. The notes also contain examples of finding numbers that are in and not in the solution set from the graph, the verbal expression, and the algebraic inequality. The beginnin

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Guided notes teaching how to graph quadratic equations in (h, k) or vertex form. Notes start with graphing the parent function, and then continue with how a, h, and k affect and translate a quadratic graph. Important aspects like domain, range, x-and y-intercepts, axis of symmetry, etc are also incl

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Guided notes teaching students how to find domain, range, and values in each when given a set of coordinates, a function map, a table, and a graph. Values are written using function notation, as in find f(3) or find x when f(x) = 0, and students must also determine if the set, map, table, or graph a

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Comprehensive review of all graphing calculator concepts taught through the Algebra 1 course. Review concepts include finding roots, factors, values (x or y), y-intercept, mean, standard deviation, line/curve of best fit, and finding solutions to systems of equations. The review include steps and sc

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The Planets of the Solar System Graph is a graphing activity in which students will create a graph based on the distances of the planets in the solar system and the time it takes for each of the planets to revolve around the sun. Students will analyze the graph and draw a conclusion based on their

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Conic Sections Sort and Match with Google Slides®
This interactive resource includes four different sorting and matching activities. Students Sort 16 Conics by type using Drag & Drop technology. They will also match non-standard equations of conics to their equations in standard form and will

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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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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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