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These 24 problems are great to use with your calculus students within the first few days of the school year. Reviews everything from asymptotes to domain and range, logs to sine and cosine. Worked in are calculus ideas such as limits, tangent lines and average rate of change. The intention is to
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Calculus Web Quest Newton vs LeibnizIn this web quest, students will search for facts about the Newton vs. Leibniz controversy which surrounds the question – Who invented calculus? Sixteen questions are included for students to answer as they search the web. (Answer key included.)I have also includ
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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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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
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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
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This circuit has students use the u-substitution method to solve integrals. The problems get progressively more difficult as students work the circuit. I use this circuit after teaching the initial lesson on u-substitution to give my students more practice to move towards proficiency.
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Includes: 1. Notes and guided examples on the functions and graphs involving free falling objects or objects shot up in the air.2. A WebQuest Activity is given to illustrate real life instances of objects shot up in space.3. WebQuest ends with an activity to create a toy rocket with the desired
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