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Looking for a change in your math class?
Stop the routine math blackboard discussion. This will just limit students' thinking skill. Let your student discover, think critically and analyze math and let them see mathematics outside the bounds of their books!
In this activity student will apply func

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This PowerPoint presentation investigates the fundamental trigonometric angle measurement known as a radian. You will learn what a radian is, how it is derived, and the relationship between radians and degrees.
After learning the definition of an angle you will then review some basic geometric con

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This lesson walks a student through each step on how to create a unit circle. It begins by creating the various special angles (in degrees and radians) using a protractor and different colored pencils. Once the angles are created the lesson shows the student how to determine the coordinates of eac

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This is the lesson I give after students complete the reading lesson on polar graphs.
This lessons show different forms of polar graphs -- limacon w/loop, limacon w/dent, covex limacon, cardioid, and roses. It discusses characteristics of each graph -- symmetry, direction, determining which type o

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This bundle contains five comprehensive lessons on Graphing Trigonometric Functions. The PowerPoint presentations are paired with students’ fill-in-the-blanks notes sheets (a total of 8 notes pages, 70 PowerPoint slides, one graphing worksheet + answer key, and answer key to class work problems).

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This is a PowerPoint lesson that shows the students the Binomial Theorem, how to use it to expand binomial expressions, and how to find a special term of a binomial expansion. Pascal's Triangle is also discussed. It was designed to teach Section 6.6 of Prentice Hall's CA Algebra 2 textbook.
If you

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I use this with Pre-calculus students as well as Algebra 2 students. Pacing can be done faster or slower. As a result, the assignments could last anywhere from 4-10 days. Some of the assignments could be adapted for 9th-10th grades.
Both horizontal and vertical parabolas are investigated in this

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This PowerPoint introduces the trigonometric identities & shows how to simplify trigonometry expressions, and the prove other trigonometric identities.
Fun ways to review Trig Topics:
Trig Values – Partner Problems
Simplifying Trig Expressions Scavenger Hunt
Inverse Trig Functions Scavenger Hun

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This is a lesson on graphing quadratics. The lesson comes with all needed materials. The package includes guided notes, practice problems, a quiz, and the Smart Notebook file (if you use it). The lesson discusses the 3 main forms of a quadratic (standard, vertex, intercept) and how we can use tho

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This file includes a student and teacher copy of my "Trig Tool Box." When I teach verifying trig identities, I have students fill out the sheet which outlines all of the tools they may use when verifying a trigonometric statement. I have included my teacher notes that I use, but feel free to add as

This PowerPoint lesson shows students the properties of logarithms -- converting between logarithmic form and exponential form, evaluating logarithmic equations, and graphing logarithmic functions. This was designed for a Pre-Calculus class, so it has a lot of information in the one lesson since it

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This PowerPoint lesson shows students the properties of arithmetic sequences and series. It explains what an arithmetic sequence is, how to find a specific term, how to find the "rule" for a sequence, and how to find the sum of an arithmetic series. This lesson was designed for a Pre-Calculus clas

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Walks students through how to identity different types of equations and further once you have identified a type, a basic set of steps that will work every time to solve the equation type.
Contains Linear, Quadratic, higher degree Polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential and logari

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This activity will lead students in understanding the concept of limits through discovering it using geometric concept of inscribed polygon in the circle and arithmetic sequence. A nice intro in introducing limits at infinity to the class.
Viva math!!!

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This activity will let the student discover the ambiguous case in an oblique triangle and let them discover when will one triangle, two triangles or no triangle exist.
viva math!

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This is a PowerPoint lesson on Radian and Degree measure used in Pre-Calculus / Trigonometry Honors class. It has alot of good pictures, some of which I created and some I recieved from the textbook website.

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This is a PowerPoint lesson that describes geometric sequences and series. It shows how to determine if the sequence is geometric, how to find a specific term, and how to find the "rule" for a sequence. It also shows how to find the sum of a geometric series.
This lesson was designed for a Pre-Ca

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The graphics are Microsoft Smart Art graphics and can be easily changed to match your school colors or presentation theme.
Here, the unit circle presented as a collection of divisions in radians first by eighths, then by twelfths and then as a division in angles first by 45 degrees, then by 30 deg

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12/2/18 I added Assignment #3A which is a 40 question assignment available at socrative.comThese assignments are in factored/intercept form.Included in this zip folder are 8 PDF files. 4 files are for instruction and 4 files are assignments. A brief description of each:Instruction file #1 is a 44 p

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This is topic 5 in my AP Calculus curriculum. This PowerPoint guides students through the basic understanding of the Squeeze (Sandwich) Theorem and how to apply this theorem to certain types of limits. You may either have students go through the PowerPoint on their own or you may do it as a whole cl

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This is a page of notes to help students determine if absolute value signs are needed when simplifying a radical expression. This handout is helpful to my students and I am always amazed at how they keep trying to determine if an answer needs the absolute value signs, long after the text bails out a

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This is a PowerPoint lesson that shows the relation between rectangular coordinates, polar coordinates, and complex numbers.
Fun ways to review Complex Numbers in Polar Form:
Complex Numbers in Polar Form Scavenger Hunt
Polar Relays
For more fun ways to review important topics, try these:
Scaven

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