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In this NO-PREP activity, students will move around the room to practice the law of sines and the law of cosines. This is READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while working on their math skills!
Students will solve problems using the law of sines or law of cosines. Some of the problems ha

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Students will solve problems related to graphing piecewise functions. Students will write equations given a graph, match the correct equation to a graph, and evaluate the function for a given value. There are 10 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pairs. A student answer s

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Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down

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Also included in: Right Triangles Unit Activity Bundle

These are trigonometric functions and their graphs matching cards. There are 12 trig functions and 12 cofunctions. All of the graphs are transformed functions. Students will match the function with the graph.
These cards can be matched by students, or used to play games like go fish or memory.

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Students will solve problems related to inverse functions. Students will find the inverse of a function, determine if two functions are inverses, find the value of the inverse at a point, and find the graph of an inverse function. There are 11 stations.
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In this activity, students will classify polynomial functions. Students will need to know the standard form of a polynomial, and how to name polynomials by degree and number of terms. One of the questions also asks about the leading coefficient.
There are 11 stations. Make sure these problems ar

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In this activity, students will simplify expressions with complex numbers. The problems require adding, subtracting, and multiplying complex numbers. Also, a few of the problems require students to simplify powers of i. Each problem matches to an answer to form a square. Make sure these problems

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Also included in: Quadratic Equations Activity Bundle

Students will solve problems rational inequalities. Some of the problems need to be simplified before solving. Some of the stations require answers in interval notation and the others give the answers on a number line. There are 10 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pair

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This is a simplifying rational expressions matching game. There are 15 problems total. Students will match the problem with the solution.
These cards can be matched by students, or used to play matching games like go fish or memory.
This is a great end of lesson informal assessment. It could

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Also included in: Rational Expressions and Equations Activity Bundle

In this activity, students will practice finding information from graphs of exponential and logarithmic functions. Students will answer questions about domain, range, x-intercepts, asymptotes, and inverses of the functions. Some of the questions give graphs and some of the questions give equations

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Also included in: Logarithm and Exponentials Activities Bundle

In this activity, students will convert radians to degrees. Each problem matches to an answer to form a square. Make sure these problems are appropriate for your students - download the preview and look at the thumbnails to see problem examples.
This activity can be completed individually or in p

My school is too small to offer a separate course for honors students. This is a packet containing the application and expectations for honors algebra and precalculus students. Also included is my "Project 100" that is appropriate for honors students, an extra credit assignment, or to supplement a

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I tutor math and science and they struggle with keeping all of the pre-cal formulas straight. This one page isn't anything that students couldn't create through the year as they are used; there are also commercial versions with the same information, but this is what I give my tutoring students and t

Graphs of Polynomial and Rational Functions Stations Maze
In this activity, students will practice finding information from graphs of polynomial and rational functions. Students will answer questions about multipliicity, graphs, end behavior, and asymptotes. Some of the questions give graphs and

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Also included in: Rational Expressions and Equations Activity Bundle

Quadratic Functions Stations Maze
Students will solve problems related to quadratic functions. Students will need to know vertex, axis of symmetry, the discriminant, the zeros, and the max/min. There are 11 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pairs. A student answer sheet

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Retaking tests in math is an important option. This form has made a big difference for my students because it puts the responsibility back on them to get extra help prior to the retake. I also have connected it to homework completion and reflection. Students are asked to use resources like their tex

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This file contains 30 exponential and logarithmic functions to be graphed. The goal is that students sketch the graphs and discover patterns and relationships between the different shifts of the graphs, coefficients, bases, and asymptotes. Students graph and find the asymptote and domain & range

This is an application scenario in which students work with a third degree polynomial function that models the depth of water in a lake. Students will find the times at which the lake reaches a specific depth, the average rate of change of the depth of water in the lake over a specific time interva

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This is a 13 question scavenger hunt review activity. All questions are multiple choice and relate exponential and logarithmic functions and their graphs. Questions include determining the domain and range of particular functions, finding inverse functions, and identifying graphs of functions. An

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Algebra Error Detection Practice Worksheet
Students must "grade" this worksheet and correct any problems with incorrect answers. This forces students to think critically and analyze work. Also, this can lead to a good discussion about what kinds of errors earn partial credit.
This worksheet requ

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Factoring Polynomials Using Synthetic Division Guided Notes
These guided notes show students how to use synthetic division and possible rational zeros to find the complete factorization of a polynomial. There are seven pages of notes, three where the teacher shows some examples, and four with addit

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These are programs that I write with my students in Algebra II. We use these programs throughout the year. The programs cover the following topics: Sinusoidal Curves (Amplitude, Period, Phase Shift, etc), Area of a Sector, Arithmetic Sequences, The Binomial Theorem, The Ambiguous Case of the Law of

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This product contains detailed content pages (the preview), 4 chapter tests and one exam. Download the preview to see exactly what is here and how to use it. The 4 tests cover chapters with basic skills in solving, all about functions, polynomial and rational functions, and exponential and logarithm

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