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This bundle includes a total of 40+ 3 FREEBIES. representing the Quadratic Functions. This bundle has been in construction for the past 2 years. It has grown so much that it covers so many different aspects of the quadratic function. Many aspects of this function are illustrated in this bundle.
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Limits and Continuity Sort and Match Task Cards Activity:This resource is a sort and match activity with 32 task cards meant for the beginning unit in Calculus AB, BC, or Calculus Honors. There are 8 graph cards that have matching Equation Cards, Limit Cards, and Description Cards to create a uniqu
This bundle includes a total of 23 mazes. Each of these mazes is sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product. The mazes are:• Maze - Evaluating Polynomial Functions (By Substitution)• Maze - Classifying Polynomials• Maze - Descri
This bundle includes a total of 8 mazes. Each of these mazes is sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product. The mazes are: * Maze - Exponents - Product Property * Maze - Exponents - Quotient Property * Maze - Exponents - Power Pr
This bundle includes a total of 38 mazes + 1 Foldable. Each of these mazes is sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product. The mazes are:EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (16 Mazes + 1 Foldable)• Maze - Exponential Functions - Is it Growth, Decay
This maze is part of : ☑ Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions☑ Dividing Polynomials Bundle (Long and Synthetic Division)This maze is a good review of "The Remainder Theorem" . Students are expected to be familiar with: - Polynomial Functions (Definition) - Evaluating Functions - Synthetic D
Limits Match Directions: 1. Cut out each graph below. Make a pile of graphs on your desk. 2. Cut out each statement below. Make a pile of statements on your desk. 3. Match each statement with the correct graph. 4. Fill in page 3 using complete sentences and mathematic vocabulary. 5. NOTE:
This is a fun activity involving student cooperative learning and transformations. Students pair in groups of two. A packet with 20 logarithm problems are given to each group. The logarithms contain numerous terms, powers and roots, multiplication and/or division, and the logarithms in expanded f
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Position Velocity & Acceleration Task Card Stations Activity:This engaging stations activity contains 8 task cards for AP Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Calculus Honors, or Calculus 1 students. Students work cooperatively in 5-minute stations to complete the task cards. The activity contains questi
☛ This bundle includes resources (a variety of activities for Differentiation) to teaching the POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS UNIT in Algebra II and could be used as a review for pre-requisites of Pre-Calculus and Calculus. These resources are currently offered at my store and are the following type of activ
Find Someone Who Printables cooperative learning printables for addition and subtration within 10. Highly engaging way to get students practicing math skills. They can be used as guided practice during a lesson or can easily be incorporated into a spiral review. These math addition and subtr
This maze is part of : ☑ Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions☑ Dividing Polynomials Bundle (Long and Synthetic Division)This maze is a good review of "The Factor Theorem" . Students are expected to be familiar with: - Polynomial Functions (Definition) - Evaluating FunctionsThere are 19 questio
This bundle includes a total of 10 mazes (138 Questions). Each of these mazes is sold separately at my store. Please visit the links below for more details about each individual product. The mazes are:• Maze - Operations on Polynomials - Adding & Subtracting Polynomials• Maze - Operations on
Calculus Derivatives and Integrals MatchingMania consists of 2 activities - Natural Log & Exponentials and Trig Functions. Students are given at least 10 functions and work with a partner to find the inegral as well as the first and second derivative of the original function. They match the pr
Add some excitement to your Calculus class with the Antiderivative Scavenger Hunt! Your students will work in pairs to complete 20 antiderivative problems placed on cards throughout your classroom. They begin at one integral, evaluate it, and find the answer on another card and repeat the process. T
This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE COMPLEX NUMBERSThis product is a good review of checking for understanding how to Add & Subtract Complex Numbers. . The question in this maze are similar to the preview attached as students are asked to add and subtract 2 complex numbers or more.There are 1
This 16 pages packet allows for the investigating the end behavior of a polynomial functions. It is recommended to place students in groups and allow for the investigation using a graphing utility (or computer programs such as GSP). Then, the class is brought together to work on the packet and dis
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For this activity, students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing complex numbers. Task Cards #1-16 are adding/subtracting, #17-28 are multiplying and #29-36 are dividing. I sometimes like to do them one set at a time with students so that they first get comfortable with addin
Students will practice evaluating limits of functions with this “Triples Activity”. This activity includes one-sided and two-sided limits. Types of functions include polynomial, absolute value, rational, exponential, absolute value, radical, trigonometric, and piecewise functions. Some limits can be
This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE COMPLEX NUMBERSThis product is a good review of checking for understanding how to Perform Operations on Complex Numbers. . While going through the maze, students will be asked to add, subtract, multiply, divide (including rationalization) complex numbers. The
Before delving into calculus directly, I like to give my precalculus/IB students something to which they can relate: the concept of instantaneous velocity, as it applies to the infamous cartoon coyote. This activity "holds their hands" through the process of calculating the coyote's instantaneous v
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Toothpicks on a Tangent Line - A Discovery Activity is a FUN FREEBIE to get your Calculus students thinking graphically about the definition of a tangent line. College Board® Topics:Topic 2.1: Defining Average and Instantaneous Rates of Change at a PointTopic 2.2: Defining the Derivative of a Func
This maze is a good review of "The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra" . Students are expected to be familiar with: - Polynomial Functions (Definition) - Finding the degree of a Polynomial Function (Check out this product at my store Maze - Classifying Polynomials There are 19 questions whe
In this handout, the procedures for finding the equation of tangent and normal lines to a curve at given points are listed. Sample AP Calculus exam questions are solved.

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