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This is a 9 task project that can take anywhere from 5-15 days depending on your class' knowledge. This project focuses on owning your business and using that data to learn the following objectives1) Graph a line given data, given an equation or a table2) Determine the equation from a graph, equatio

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Interactive Notes Packet (answer key included)
*product property/product rule
*power to power property/power to power rule
*quotient property/quotient rule
*zero property/zero rule
*negative exponent property/negative exponent rule
**includes warmups, prerequisite review, checkpoints and exit ticket

Interactive Notes Packet (answer key included)
*find excluded values
*simplify rational expressions
*multiply/divide rational expressions
**includes warmups, prerequisite review, checkpoints and exit tickets**
Student packet: 10 pages
Length of notes: 2 days
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Understanding linear topics is foundational for Algebra 1 and 8th Grade Math students. Yet, when I open the typical Algebra or 8th Grade Math textbook, I am overwhelmed with formulas and definitions in Key Concept boxes that DON'T give students any opportunity to interact with or discover the conce

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This full 3-page document, in outline form, discusses the definition in detail, the properties of logarithms, and emphasizes solving exponential/logarithmic equations trough step-by-step examples.

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In this unit, students will learn how to find unknown values by solving equations. They will be introduced to the topic by looking at function machines, and then will solve equations – initially with the variable on just one side, but then moving onto equations with variables on both sides and equat

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In this unit students will learn about the links between equations and graphs. They will plot graphs of horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines. They will learn how to find the gradient and the equation of straight line graphs, in the forms y = mx + c and ax + by = c, and they will learn the special

In this unit students will learn about graphing functions of sin, cos and tan. They will start by identifying the values of these functions at key points, and will learn to recognise the shapes of the sin, cos and tan graphs and use these to identify all solutions of a given trigonometric function i

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In this unit students will learn about quadratic graphs. They will start by plotting graphs of quadratics, and then will interpret them including solving equations using quadratic graphs, and finding roots, intercepts and turning points.
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In this unit, students focus on equations. They start by solving linear equations with variables on one or both sides, including equations with brackets and setting up their own equations, before looking at changing the subject of formulae, including formulae where the variable appears more than onc

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Packet Components:
*3 day unit
*warm-ups, prerequisite reviews, exit tickets
*9 student pages
*day 1
-factor binomials
-factor simple trinomials --> a = 1
*day 2
-factor special binomials
-factor trinomials --> a = GCF
*day 3
-factor trinomials --> a>1
-find roots/

In this unit, students will be introduced to the basics of using algebra in Mathematics. They will begin by understanding the nature of algebra and the use of variables. They will learn to distinguish between expressions, equations, formulae and identities, before learning to write expressions, simp

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In this unit, students begin to learn about expanding and factorising expressions. The unit begins with work on expanding brackets, and students will learn to multiply a single bracket by a constant, then by a variable, and then to expand and simplify multiple single brackets. Students will then be

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In this unit, students begin to learn how to substitute values into expressions and formulae. The unit starts by looking at how to create expressions to solve problems, and then looks at how to substitute positive values into simple expressions, and then expressions involving brackets and powers, be

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In this unit, students will learn about how to continue, describe and generate sequences. They will start by learning about different types of sequences, including how to describe arithmetic sequences using the term-to-term rule. Students will then look at how to generate sequences from both the ter

In this unit students will learn about plotting and interpreting graphs of different types of functions. The unit will focus particularly on quadratic, cubic, reciprocal and circle graphs. Students will learn to recognise these types of graph, plot them and derive key pieces of information from them

In this unit students will learn about solving quadratic and simultaneous equations. They will start by looking at quadratics and will learn three methods for solving them – factorising, completing the square and the quadratic formula, as well as learning to identify which quadratics cannot be solve

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In this unit students will learn how to use graphs to solve different types of equations and inequalities. They will start by sketching quadratic graphs, finding key points on those graphs and using them to solve quadratic equations. They will then move on to cubics and will learn how to expand thre

In this unit, students focus on quadratics. They start by looking at how to expand the product of two linear expressions by multiplying brackets, and then factorising quadratic expressions back into brackets. They look at the particularly case of the difference of two squares before using their skil

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In this unit, students will develop their skills for working with graphs. They will start by drawing and interpreting graphs of reciprocal and exponential functions. They will then go on to look at transforming graphs, using translations, reflections and stretches, before working out areas under gra

In this unit, students will learn a variety of algebraic techniques, including changing the subject of formulae, proof, plotting and interpreting graphs of cubic and reciprocal functions, and solving simultaneous linear equations, both using the elimination method and using graphs.
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This curriculum and pacing map outlines goals of a CCSS-aligned, year-long (or half year in blocks) Algebra 2 course. The map includes 100+ pages of learning goals, assessment questions, and a breakdown of standards and alignment for this course.

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