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This lab is designed to give students a hands-on introduction to exponential growth and decay functions and their graphs.

Coulomb's law requires expensive and delicate equipment. This chape and easy version is a clever and innovative inquiry lab that is appropriate for on-level, pre-AP, honors, and AP physics.
Students work in groups of 4 to determine the effect of distance on the repulsive force between two similar

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After teaching my students about scatterplots, correlation, and the line of best fit, I take a day for them to do a hands-on lab, in which they measure their height (in inches) and their forearm length (from the tip of their elbow, to the bony point on their wrist), and we plot the class data, write

Students use their arm-span and heights to create a scatter plot and linear regression to find the equation for a line.

Three things come to mind as to why I wrote this activity...
First, students are petrified of word problems. I wrote this activity to give students experience with solving applications of the quadratic. Second, I want students to demonstrate their ability to use four different methods to solve qu

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Students will add golf balls to a cylinder of water to measure the increase in water height. They will do this with two different trials, write equations, and compare changes in slope and y-intercepts. The final challenge is to predict the exact number of golf balls needed to overflow the water! Cal

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This project set includes 8 projects that are cooperative learning, hands-on labs. Students collect data that fit exponential, logarithmic, or trigonometric patterns. Students will create equations from the data and use the equations to make predictions. Many of the equations students create will

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This one-day lesson is good for early exploration of the piecewise function and how to obtain the graph of a piecewise function. Concepts such as domain and range and function notation are strengthened or assessed depending upon the learner. It is an activity which leads the learner step-by-step w

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This activity leads students through the steps in finding the zeros of a polynomial and seeing how finding the intersection of two graphs is the same basic concept as finding zeros for two equations equal to each other.

This activity sheet engages students in studying the general trigonometric equation y = a + b cos(cx) and making statements about the period, amplitude, y-intercept, and x-intercepts. After developing ideas with the cosine function, students make conjectures about similar sine graphs and then make

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A short 5 or so min video which solves a linear programming word problem about airplane manufacturing.

This is an activity that measures the temperature of water cooling and heating using the TI CBL. I am using this in my Math Models and Algbera II class during our exponentials unit. The worksheet lists specific steps on how to hook up the CBL to the TI-84 or TI-83 calculator, transfer the program to

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This lab includes two versions of a catapult lab (calculus based and non-calculus based). Students work in groups to collect data on a ball launched using a catapult. Students create regression equations using a graphing calculator or spreadsheet.
Also included is a painted cubes lab that includes

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There are so many advertisers on TV trying to get you to buy their cell phone plans. How do you decide which cell phone plan will be more cost effective? This activity will try to help you decide the answer to this question. As you make your through this activity, it will improve your algebraic

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This is a graphing calculator activity that will engage the students in collecting data on both exponential growth and decay using M&Ms. The graphing calculator is used to create scatter plots and equations that represent both situations from the data collected.In part I the students, after stud

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This activity helps the student write recursive sequences and then engages students in writing recursive sequences for real world exercises.

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This is a project I use in my Algebra classroom to help my students practice graphing linear equations given in standard form using technology such as Geogebra, Desmos calculator or a graphing calculator.
The topics included are finding the following information from the different graphs:
Slope

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This is a project I use in my Algebra 2 Honors classroom to help my students practice graphing a system of linear equations.. The questions for each graph are as follows:
Classify the System _______________________
Solution (s) ? if yes, write solution, otherwise, write No Solution_______________

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Students will do a discovery lab with M & M's that ask them to compare their results to the decline of a species with the real decline of silverback gorillas. Allows students to combine mathematics and biology in class.

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This handout explains how to use the reduced row echelon form (RREF) function in the TI-83/84 to solve system of equations problems. It also includes an explanation of the Gauss-Jordan Elimination Method upon which the function is based. The handout includes pictures to show the proper buttons tha

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Students will create mouse trap catapults from mouse traps, craft sticks, plastic spoons and duct tape. Students will launch ping pong balls and record initial height, time and distance for 9 trials. They will then find the average air time and average distance. Next, they will substitute in their

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