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MATRICESThe question of whether to teach matrices or not is an interesting one. If you are reading this, it is probably because you have decided to teach the topic (or the decision was made for you). Matrices are included in the CCSS and are meaningful in Algebra 2 (solving systems) and in geometry

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A fun foldable to teach or review the adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, graphing, and absolute value of complex numbers.

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Also included in: Polynomial & Rational Functions Bundle

This unit hits all the high points of exponential functions. Here is what you get:• Exponents - fill in the blank questions• Note page on Exponential Functions - Growth and Decay• Multi-rep problems - (one growth, one decay and one "e", --- with questions about y-intercepts, asymptotes, inverses.• R

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Also included in: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Bundle

In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor

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In this activity, students match 10 different piecewise functions to the graph of that function. 8 of the 10 functions have 3 pieces while the other 2 have only 2 pieces. Try evaluating piecewise functions graphically or algebraically before this activity.
This activity requires NO PREP, answer

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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The material includes vertical and horizontal transfor

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A fun foldable to teach or review expanding or condensing logarithms using the product, quotient, and power rules.
Note: Natural logs aren't included in the foldable.

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Also included in: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Bundle

Quickly assess the prerequisite skills your Pre-Calculus students have when they set foot in your classroom. Through this packet, students will review their mathematics before you teach them new material. This unit also includes two activities to encourage parental involvement as well as a certifica

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Also included in: BUNDLE: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, & Precal Back to School or Summer Packet

Teacher Guided Notes for Factoring Polynomials
-Difference of Squares
-Trinomials (a = 1)
-Trinomials (a not 1) - Kidnapping Method
-Difference/Sum of Cubes
Can be utilized in an interactive notebook for your class! Provide a resource with steps/examples/colors for your students' notebooks.
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A fun foldable to teach or review end behavior of even and odd degree polynomial functions.

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Also included in: Polynomial & Rational Functions Bundle

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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It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (sligh

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Amazing tools to engage your PreCalculus students (and yourself). Interactive Live Graphs from your computer. Now also available for MAC. Email me for info. Project onto a whiteboard or SmartBoard® or just play with the graphs on your own. So easy to use, you will be up and running in less

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TWO fun foldables to help you review or teach the sine graph.
The first foldable illustrates how the amplitude, period, phase shift and vertical shift affects the sine graph.
The second foldable has 4 examples you can teach or review with your students.

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Also included in: Trigonometry Bundle

Two fun and very detailed foldable's about functions and inverses.

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Also included in: Functions Bundle

TWO fun foldables to help you review or teach the cosine graph.
The first foldable illustrates how the amplitude, period, phase shift and vertical shift affects the cosine graph.
The second foldable has 4 examples you can teach or review with your students.

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Also included in: Trigonometry Bundle

This graphic organizer provides a process chart for students who are learning to graph polynomial functions in factored form. The process, while not mathematically challenging for most advanced algebra students, can be overwhelming because of the amount of information needed to complete the process.

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Reciprocal Functions are a great introductory topic with graphing rational functions. This is typically where I start out with my Rational Unit. With Reciprocal Functions, we discuss writing equations and graphing the functions. This set of cards can help with the "forward" or "backward" motion of r

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