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These graphing calculator reference sheets, for the TI-84 graphing calculator, guide students step-by-step on how to solve, graph, or identify the following:1 - Linear Regression2 - Quadratic Graphs3 - Absolute Value4 - Quadratic Regression5 - Polynomial Graphs6 - Inverse Functions7 - Evaluating Fun

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This graphing calculator reference sheet guides students step-by-step on how to graph piecewise-defined functions and evaluate them on the calculator.
Teaching graphing calculator skills help students with:
• Speed
• Making connections
• Checking for accuracy
• Leaping hurdles
*Reference sheet ca

Also included in: Graphing Calculator Reference Sheets (TI-84) Bundle

This graphing calculator reference sheet guides students step-by-step on how to graph a linear inequality and systems of linear inequalities.
Teaching graphing calculator skills help students with:
• Speed
• Making connections
• Checking for accuracy
• Leaping hurdles
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Students love this activity and it changes how they look at movies and at the physics in film. Video analysis is a powerful tool in a physics class and your students will look forward to the next one.
I created this teacher driven activity around a short clip from the first Iron Man movie that is

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This is an excellent activity to develop the mathematics of upwardly fired projectiles. It has low error, uses a free app for measuring motion and students must work as a team.
Students work in groups of 4 to toss a tennis ball or similar item a horizontal distance of 4-6 meters between them and v

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Interactive SMART Notebook providing two examples of binomial expansion utilizing Pascal's Triangle.
Notebook includes both a positive and negative example as well as a step by step method of expanding a binomial expression utilizing Pascal's Triangle. Pull Tabs guide the user through each step of

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Begin your advanced mathematics class with this creative warm-up designed to reinforce the Binomial Theorem! Students are asked to calculate a specific term of a polynomial expansion using the Binomial Theorem.
You can also extend the activity and use it to pair students for another cooperative le

This great activity is a self-checking loop of problems. This set is all to do with finding specific of cosine and sine of a given angle . Students choose to start with any question they'd like, determine the answer, and look for it around the room. Once they find the answer, they complete the quest

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This is a pictorial derivation of the sine and cosine of the sum of two angles. It has helped us to understand the outcome by actually seeing the quantities in play. And, for our visual students, the concept is solidified.
We suggest that you use this as a handout to accompany your presentation

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This sheet has a table of all six trigonometric functions for all the common angles. It also contains a picture of the unit circle with all the common angles in both degrees and radians and the points on the circle. All numbers are in fraction form and are rationalized.

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In this activity your students will enjoy building and flying mini-boomerangs; while at the same time learn about important math concepts. This activity can be used in elementary classes all the way up to advanced math classes. It is designed as the culminating activity in a series investigating ar

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This is a jigsaw for multiplying and dividing complex numbers. This provides practice in multiplying and dividing. The pack includes a table of solutions. You can white out half and have the students fill in answers if you desire. It also includes the solution. You will have to copy and cut out the

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This file includes 10 days worth of warm-up problems. Students should be able to complete the problems and shade in the picture in about 5 minutes. This allows the student to check his/her own work. An answer key is provided. All problems can be completed without the use of a calculator. The Algeb

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This is a set of guided notes and answer key on Quadratic Functions. Includes standard and vertex form, characteristics of functions, and graphing.

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In this activity, students will
-answer the riddle, "Why did the dentist get into trouble for telling jokes?"
-write equations of sinusoids from a wave and ferris wheel standpoint in the form y=a sin(b(x-h)+k
-answer questions relative to the equation that they derived
Author: Matt Lora, general p

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Students practice the basics of Radians and Degrees by walking around the room to 16 stations, instead of sitting in a chair. Easy for students and teachers to check understanding since finding the answer, located in a different part of the room, is part of the activity. Topics include: Angle Conv

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This activity is designed to give students practice on using the rational root theorem, synthetic division, the quadratic formula, as well as understanding that irrational and complex zeros of polynomials with integer coefficients occur in pairs. Students will also write polynomial functions in sim

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Limits mark the transition from Algebra to the Calculus. This suite can be used as an end of year unit or as a beginning of year unit for Precalculus or Calculus, respectively.
This unit is "short" because it doesn't belabor the lefthand and righthand limit concept and it doesn't present any the

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At the high end of applied Trigonometry in Analytic Algebra or Precalculus courses we encounter the Rotation of Axes, always with conics. There is a practical use for this technology because it teaches us to interrelate quantities in different frames of reference.
The actual rotation requires sig

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This 21-question card and answer pack is suitable for students with a sound understanding of the mechanics of Surd rationalisation. This activity is suitable as a revision activity in a memory game format. Most questions in the pack are only suitable for advanced students in an extension Year 10 Mat

This pack of task cards for revision of SURD rationalisagtion is aimed at a mixed ability class. The degree of difficulty is suitable for students with basic understanding of rationalisation techniques. It includes roots of square numbers as well as roots appearing in both numerator and/or denominat

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Utilize this user-friendly Excel file to multiply two polynomials together without the hassle of typing polynomial expressions with exponents.
All you have to do is type in the coefficients of the two polynomials you would like to multiply together. The program is written to accommodate polynomial

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Utilize this user-friendly Excel file to multiply two matrices together.
I am always glad to receive comments, questions, or custom project requests/ideas. I am passionate about finding ways to use Excel to make teachers' lives easier!
All you have to do is type in the elements of the two matrice

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