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***NOW FORMATTED for DIGITAL USE during distance learning!With a global pandemic causing extensive school closures, now more than ever teachers will need to review and remediate loss of learning. Use this PreCalculus Readiness Packet to assess the prerequisite skills your students have when they set

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A fun foldable to teach or review expanding or condensing logarithms using the product, quotient, and power rules.
Note: Natural logs aren't included in the foldable.

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Also included in: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Bundle

Area Between Curves Fun Activity. This activity is designed for AP Calculus AB, AP calculus BC, Honors Calculus, and College Calculus 2 students. This topic is covered typically in the Applications of Integration Unit. This activity emphasizes the horizontal strip method for finding the area betw

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Also included in: Calculus Applications to Integration Part 1 Area Between Curves Bundle

In this packet, you will find skill sheets that students can use to work on calculator skills for the TI-Nspire. I am specifically focusing on skills students need to use in calculus in this packet. (A basic knowledge of calculator operation is assumed – turning it on, basic calculations, etc.)
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These Calculus Posters and handouts show every step and are designed for AP Calculus AB, Honors, BC and College Calculus 2. This topic is found in the Applications to Integration Unit.Included are six full-page handouts, study guides, or posters for your classroom with examples of six unique problem

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Also included in: Calculus Applications to Integration Part 2 Volume Bundle

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It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (sligh

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This Calculus Limits by Definition will help give your students a solid foundation in this difficult topic. This helpful resource includes Notes and 13 Limits by Definition problems using the basic Delta Epsilon method to find delta, given epsilon. Three of the problems have fully typed solution

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Also included in: Calculus Limits and Continuity Unit 1 Bundle

This activity / worksheet serves as a good introduction to the relationship between secant lines and tangent lines. Students explore this relationship numerically, graphically, verbally, and analytically.
In Part A, students draw and calculate the slopes of various secant lines that approach the t

Also included in: Calculus AB Resources (discounted bundle)

This product is a good overview of Linear Relationships and how to recognize them in symbolic form (equations), tabular form (tables), graphical form (graphs), and contextual/verbal form (words/stories). It can be used as an overview for units on Linear Relationships. I've used it as a review for u

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Two fun foldables to teach composite functions.
The first foldable contains the definition, steps to find the composite function and two examples given two functions.
The second foldable contains one example with two functions, one table, one graph, and one word problem.
Enjoy!

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Also included in: Functions Bundle

Calculus Derivative of Inverse Functions
This is a lesson and practice problems on finding the derivative of inverse functions. I find that my students always have trouble with this topic, so I have tried to put together three different methods that they can use to find the answers to these types

Also included in: Calculus Bundle (2015 - 2016) Limits, Derivatives, Integrals

Students will investigate why Rolle's Theorem works and 'see' for themselves that it works before actually being given Rolle's Theorem. After the investigation have students write down the formal Theorem at the bottom of this sheet. Students can work individually or in pairs/groups.

Calculus Accumulation and the Fundamental Theorem
In this packet you will find information that you can use while introducing students to The Fundamental Theorem.
There are 5 examples that you can use to introduce students to the idea of an integral that has a variable as one of the limits of in

Also included in: Calculus Bundle (2015 - 2016) Limits, Derivatives, Integrals

This is a project relating exponential growth and decay to the zombie apocalypse. Students go through the infection and deprive their equation with the help of a table. Apply change of base formula and logs to find calculations, and get a short glimpse at exponential decay. The packet is about 6 pag

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I used this Smart Board presentation when teaching my reception class take-away.
It asks them simple questions such as: The 3 billy goats gruff tried to cross the bridge. But the troll took 1 of them!
How many are left?
The questions only go up to 5, but this is a editable resource. Therefore you

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This two column chart compares how to find max/mins and inc/dec intervals by hand and by using a graphing calculator. This is important since the AP test requires students to know both.

This product provides a summary of how to recognize quadratic relationships in multiple representations including symbolic representations (equations & functions), tabular representations (tables), graphical representations (graphs), and contextual/verbal representations (words/stories). This i

Why wait until the end of Calculus BC to introduce the Taylor Series?
This packet can easily introduce students to the Taylor Series BEFORE INTEGRALS!
It was designed as a take-home packet, with no assistance from the teacher. It's long, but it is simple, straight-forward, easy to understand.
The

This package includes 12 templates to help students understand and make connections between the equations, tables, and graphs of functions and relations. These link sheets allow students to view multiple representations and to have a graphic organizer to guide them through various topics covered in

These notes review Left, Right, Trapezoid, and Midpoint formuals/methods to find the area using Reimann sums from graphs. Summary and concept/cpnceptual questions asked at the end of each page.

A mini-lesson covering how to find limits using tables and graphs. Have the students picture that they are going on a hike...your friend started without you because you were late but has agreed to turn around and meet up with you at a specified place. Relate this to approaching a limit, while also c

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Power Point presentation.Explanations of command terms in math for myp and dp.Printable, or they can also be used as flashcards or for distance learning.I created it for my math classes, but it can be used also in other subjects.These presentation follow the MYP command terms definitions as part of

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This is a unit on the derivatives of the transcendental functions in PDF form. It contains lessons with theory, examples and practice questions including answers. Total length 74 pages.
The unit also includes 2 practice assignments and 2 unit tests all with full solutions.
This unit is designed fo

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I use this mini-lesson right before Volume of Revolution and have found that my students' ability to determine radii has greatly improved since I started using this.
Message me for a free answer key!

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