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Exponential Functions and Their Applications to Financial Situations
Life After College Budget Project
This project is one of the best things that I do. I have used it for several years and it has undergone several revisions. I use it primarily with my Pre-Calculus students but have used it with

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This is a project idea that has the student finding real-life examples of all 4 types of slope (positive, negative, zero & undefined). Directions, a grading rubric and a complete example are included. Great for extra credit!
This resource can also be found in the Slope Mini-Bundle which contai

Do your students know what Algebra is??
This is a project idea I use at the beginning of the year with Algebra 1 students. The goal of the project is to get them thinking about, researching and dabbling in what it means to be studying Algebra.
The student creates a poster defining Algebra and dec

This is a great assessment piece for your students. It includes multiplying polynomials, factoring trinomials with a=1 and a>1, dividing polynomials, and a review category for previously learned material. Point guidelines and directions are included. Enjoy!

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Students are guided through a phone comparison. Then students will research plans and compare them in groups. This activity also includes 4 different homework problems similar to the phone comparison but related to other fields.
This project can be performed in any class studying solving systems

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This is a great project idea to connect topics in Algebra 2 with the real world. This project could be presented after End of Course Exams. The students will take an Algebra 2 topic of their choice and relate to something in the real world. Some examples of real world problems the students could use

Through this project, students will…
- Apply exponential functions in the real world.
- Become aware of the increasing credit card debt in the United States.
- Learn to be careful consumers of credit to avoid unnecessary short falls, huge debt, and bad credit ratings.
- Use the knowledge that they g

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Inspired by the lie on the famous Wendy's Bag and the claim on the great Chipotle cup, I've created a project where the kids start off by validating the claim made by Wendy's a long time ago, looking at a facebook post, and researching toppings in other states. Then, students find a new business to

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Incorporate literature into the math classroom! This article provides a mathematical perspective on Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. I used this as an interesting introductory activity to expose students to contemporary mathematical ideas like imaginary numbers. The file includes

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This project is for an Algebra or Algebra 2 class. The subject of the project is exponential functions. During this project, students will research college tuition data, determine rate of change, graph real-world exponential data, calculate average, and calculate amount using the compound interest

During the recent swine flu outbreak, I had my Algebra I students analyze the growth rate of the outbreak.
This activity asks you to compute linear regression, quadratic regression, and exponential regression using data from the CDC.
The students then draw conclusions as to which model matches

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Calculator Steps for finding the standard deviation

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A project designed to summarize the transformations, characteristics, and domain and range of the parent functions. Allows students to be creative.

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This is a wonderful project that I enjoy doing every year at the end of my Algebra 2 class. After having learned about many different types of functions, students get to research applications of functions in the real-world. Students will create a report on 3 different types of functions (one sample

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Data is everywhere. It is published in newspapers, seen on the news, and reported online on websites. When looking at data, it is important for students to understand its meaning. This project will engage students in the process of data collection and analysis.
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This is a great activity to review linear equations and applications that relate to students. I gave this to my Algebra 2 students, most of which are either looking at or applying to colleges. Even though college tuition is exponential, it was a great way for them to research college tuition and app

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This is a project-based assessment over Quadratics in real-life. The student is asked to find a parabola in real-life and take a photo of it. Then they complete a one-page document including the photo and a paragraph describing the photo. They are required to use the following vocabulary in their pa

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Prompt for students:
"You and your partner are brilliant entrepreneurs convinced that you are primed to make millions. You are starting a new company that will need to compete with existing companies in one of the following areas:
• Cell phone providers
• Membership (ex: Gym or fitness center, bul

This is a project that has students research different aspects of the mathematical world. They can either work as individuals or in pairs as they research topics such as Kaprekar's constant, the Konigsberg Bridge, the Golden Ratio, Pi, Pascal's Triangle, Euler Characteristics, Fibonacci Sequence, a

Conic Sections Unit: Worksheets and Assignments for Circles, Parabolas, Ellipses, Hyperbolas. Includes worksheets for both classwork and homework, research projects with rubric, assessment project, word search with answer key and much more.

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This project focuses on different kinds of functions and their applications in the real world. Students will “model with mathematics” using different approaches.
In this project students will use modeling techniques to make future predictions using general statistics of a city or country and topic

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Students plan a party by researching and planning their dream party. Students then use the gathered info. To formulate a rational function that will tell them how much each person will pay, depending on the total number of guests.
This party planner book takes them through the whole process!
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Many homeowners try to pay more on their mortgage each month in the hopes that it will save them money in the long run. Is this an accurate belief? For this exercise, you will determine the minimum payment for different mortgage products. You will also decide whether it is worth paying early. Note t

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Interactive school posters offer students a variety of fun and interesting ways to apply their knowledge and insight in some of their classes. The Twelve Days of Vacation Activity poster is geared for high school students with appropriate algebraic and geometric skills, and involves applications of

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