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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 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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After my students completed the AP Calculus Exam during my first year of teaching AP Calculus, I continued covering material from our calculus text. However, the students struggled because the material was more difficult and, more realistically, their enthusiasm had diminished significantly after t

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FERMAT - Pierre de Fermat was a French lawyer at the Parlement of Toulouse, France, and a mathematician who is given credit for early developments that led to infinitesimal calculus, including his technique of adequality.Engage your learners in fun, interactive, and creative ways to discover more ab

LEIBNIZ - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was a prominent German polymath and philosopher in the history of mathematics and the history of philosophy. His most notable accomplishment was conceiving the ideas of differential and integral calculus, independently of Isaac Newton's contemporaneous developmen

This is a stand alone program written in Visual Basic. The program will find areas by LRAM, RRAM, Trapezoids, and Integration. The user may enter multiple coefficients for each function, choose the xmin and xmax, and choose the number of regions by which to divide the domain.
Functions include:

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This document provides ideas for an extended essay investigation into the maths of string art. Ideal for International Baccalaureate Extended Essays

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New: Included a pdf file for a colored 23 5/8 " x 33 " poster in addition to the original two 8.5" x 11" colored masters.The "In Search of Newton" activity is intended as a challenge puzzle for students who have completed geometry and a second year of algebra. Specifically, this activity attempts to

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6 Free Response question for AP Calculus AB designed to mirror the questions likely to be seen on the AP Exam.
AP Calculus AB exams were analyzed over 10 years (2005-2014) to determine patterns in questioning and topics. Students were then asked to check their analysis by looking at the most rec

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This is a project for the first unit of Calculus - right after the students learn the definition of the derivative and how to find the slope of the tangent line to the graph. Students will first choose a famous curve, make a poster of the equation with graph, take the derivative, find the slope of

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Students investigate data on CO2, CH4, and Global temperature, utilize curve fitting techniques to model the data, prepare a written report, and present their findings to the class. Additional information is available for locating recent and historical data if requested.

This assignment is an example of writing in calculus. Students work in groups to solve the problem presented by the client and then write a collaborative report explaining the solution.
This assignment can be done individually but, when used in a group setting, students learn not only how to expr

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This is a worksheet on derivatives of the trigonometry functions sine, cosine, and tangent. There is minor manipulative requiring students to know the reciprocal identities.

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This project provides opportunities for students to develop skills in independent investigation, mathematical modelling and critical thinking. Students will need to apply their knowledge about mechanics and calculus to structured problems as well as their own selected investigation. Students will b

Every bit of knowledge can be very powerful in solving even highly complicated looking problems. In this study, I present a scientific (semi-empirical) path which leads the reader to the answer to the question: "When will the Earth stop spinning?". Practically, using the high school Physics and Math

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I realized that my students knew very little about the mathematicians behind the math they were learning and I decided to give them an opportunity to gain some background knowledge. I went to Wikipedia to create brief bios for 24 influential mathematicians and then turned that information into a gam

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