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Need to put a graph on a handout or quiz/test? Copy and paste this image into any document.
Here are a few other useful classroom items for the beginning of the school year:
Jeopardy Quiz Review PowerPoint Template Lesson
First Day of School and Science Open House PowerPoint Presentation
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When I taught Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus, I always had a hard time getting students to label their graphs properly. They struggled with numbering the x-axis properly in radians.
So I created a few different types to use in class.
There is one from [-2Pi, 2Pi], in Pi/12 intervals, from [-3Pi, 3

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I use this with my students in Algebra. I make a foldable with them and instruct them to fill in the steps, and then we do an example to illustrate the steps with them. They have their own foldable on hand with them all the time. I typed it up so that I could turn it into a poster sized sheet, la

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Shows how to read the slope and intercept from a variety of linear equations. (Shows some that students typically misread.) Can also be a handout.

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This is an 8-page document of mostly transparencies that go into the definiton of a logarithm, what it means and how to use it, as well as the properties of logarithms.

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This one-page guide shows the thinking process for solving quadratics. In a flow-chart form, it is a nice visual for use in class. I would suggest it not be used as a hand-out, though, as it is a bit overwhelming for students.

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There are 5 applications in business, engineering, and health where formulas or expressions involve radicals or rational exponents. Students are asked to change form from radical to exponent or vice versa, or rationalize the denominator. These problems are appropriate to Algebra II or PreCalculus
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This document consists of a 2-page outline or reference for the teacher and 4 pages of transparencies showing how to solve a variety of exponential and logarithmic equations. There are comments and questions for discussion.

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Worksheets, in class lessons with direct instructions (answers are included in non-free version).
There are 49 questions of Algebra 1 level.
About 30 questions include Order of Operations.
About 20 questions include fractions: add, subtract, multiply, divide
About 10 questions simplifying fractions

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This zip file contains over 40 tables, charts and graphs showing real data from United States history. A great source for some collaborative work between the history and the math departments!
Note: Before you buy this, you may want to check out my "U.S. History Visual Aids" product. It includes

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This is designed to help teach/learn about converting units.

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To make quick Protractors for your class when there is no time to order or stop at a store, use this Protractor Image. Copy onto a transparency and cut out.
Here are a few other useful classroom items for the beginning of the school year:
Jeopardy Quiz Review PowerPoint Template Lesson
First D

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Twp applications, one requires reading a graph, for absolute value inequalities. Color. Use as transparency or as a handout.

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Shows the meaning of "solution" with definition and examples. Also asks a question for discussion. Can be a handout.

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The organized set-up and equations for solving word problems that use linear systems. Students look at the set-up and come up with a problem that fits. this requires them to pay attention to algebraic expressions, what they mean, and the thinking behind the solution. Can be a transparency for class

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This is the complete product "Exponent Unit" plus pages with enlarged print for worksheets or transparencies, one page per definition or rule with some, but not all of the explanations and problems. (15pp.)

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I created these for use with my Pre-Calculus class and my AP Calculus BC classes when we are graphing polar functions. There are all sizes and types included. I have even included space for students to fill out the table so that they can plot their points.
I usually end up printing them out on "r

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Tutorial contains:
1) substitution method w/ graphing check (2 pg)
2) elimination method w/ graphing check (2 pg)

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Print these protractors onto transparency film for instant use.

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