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***NOW FORMATTED for DIGITAL USE during distance learning!Looking for a new creative idea to teach the unit circle to your high school trig students that combines math with art in ready to display poster form? When you purchase, click DOWNLOAD to get the original 16 page static PDF document that inc

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A project that combines the concepts of continuity and differentiation and applies it to a real world situation. The students must first use both continuity and differentiation to solve for multiple coefficients. They then use the coefficients they have solved for and their knowledge of derivatives

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Solving exponential and logarithmic equations are fun and engaging in this mystery project. In this project students will work to test the stories of four suspects, Mrs. White, Colonel Mustard, Miss Scarlet, and Professor Plum. Each suspect has a defense for the crime but only math can prove if they

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Similar to an Escape Room, this engaging fun project for Calculus students, uses techniques from the Volume of Revolution (part of the Applications to Integration Unit), to escape capture by Aliens.Your students have been unwittingly captured by aliens from the planet Relssek, and in order to be set

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**PAST CUSTOMERS: Please be sure to download the updated file with a fix on the number of scans limit error**A fun QR way of reviewing limits and derivatives! Students embark on a scavenger hunt for 23 turkeys. Each turkey has a unique QR code that will link to a calculus question. 1 turkey has a

Optimization is a tricky topic in calculus. This one-day activity allows students to discover how calculus can help them.
Each student (or small group) starts with an index card, which will be cut and folded up to form a box. First they calculate what would happen if the box is made various ways,

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In this project, students use Calculus to find the volume of a real object without a simple geometric formula. The file includes a one-page description of the project and a half-page rubric for grading.
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Three activities for inflection points and critical points. Discovering the 2nd Derivative Test, Calculus and the Economy, and Calculus and Diabetes. A key is included for Discovering the 2nd Derivative Test.
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Applications of Differentiation Maximization Calculus Project:This Calculus project is an activity for optimization and the Applications of Differentiation Unit. Students are given a sheet of poster board of a specific size and are asked to create a box (with a fold-down lid) of maximum volume.Teac

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This is a project I assign to my AP Calculus students as a way to review for the AP. It is based off the calculus book for dummies concept. Each chapter has an individual set of requirements, all created by myself. Please feel free to edit as you see fit.
It is a great project to review for the AP

This document contains 7 projects that I use in my AP calculus class. Most of them are geared toward an AP class. Rubrics for all 7 are included with the number of pages.
1 - review of pre-calc material for the first week of class. The students have to present their topic to the class and assign ho

This 5 page document allows students to write character descriptions as they watch the movie. It also provides questions which ask them to consider important themes and messages as they watch.
Easy to answer questions are provided for students to fill in while watching the movie to keep them att

This webquest is a search for the "Father of Calculus." Students will explore the contributions of Liebniz and Newton and write an editorial supporting their decision as to who is the true father of calculus. Students can work in groups but all submit their own editorial and supporting documentati

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So it is the end of the year. You're burnt out. The kids are burnt out. But you need to review for the Final Exams/End of Year Testing. Here is a great project for your students that will get them engaged and have them reviewing the material without the class getting bored with the same old examples

This project has 4 pages.
page 1 gives data on the cases/deaths due to ebola. Students are asked to model both and find an appropriate function. [table to graph/function]
page 2 asks students to analyze the rate of change of the cases/deaths and find an appropriate derivative function. [approximat

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Modeling a Ferris Wheel with trigonometric functions is fun and engaging in this design project. In this project students will work as a civil engineer to improve and save the amusement parks Ferris Wheel.
Linear and angular speed is converted to determine the number of revolutions and time needed

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Practice graphing with polar coordinates by having your students embark on a date in this love themed project! The cardiod (heart), lemniscate (bow), rose curve (flower) and more are explored! There is a calculator portion where students reveal a butterfly and a portion where they can create their

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Students use what they know to create an original or adapted piece of art using the ability to transform basic functions on a co-ordinate plane to describe an image.

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This is a poster project whereby students create 3-dimensional models of physical objects by using cross sections. Students determine what functions to use for their base regions and the cross sections. They use a spreadsheet to calculate the Riemann sum for their objects and compare their calcula

A task to take your students through discovery of what polar coordinates are and the graphs that they make. Students should be able to complete this alone or with a partner with little to no instruction - as stated, an investigation!
The investigation will take students through the following:
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A nerd inspired version of "spin the bottle" to review calculus! I divide the class into 7-10 person groups. Armed with whiteboards (paper would work just as well), students form their desks into a circle with one empty desk in the middle. The empty desk contains 3 "Love Cards" and a calculator,

Looking at infection and death rates across the globe, we'll sift through the data and see if we can determine the facts about the spread of this pandemic. Students will be asked to consider possible exponential functions to model the spread of this virus and think of some ways to slow the spread.Th

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This project requires students to use critical thinking to write an equation for optimizing the amount of wrapping paper used to wrap multiple rectangular boxes. The students must consider overlap, overhang, and constant exposed surface area in order to arrive at a conclusion. The product includes a

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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