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Bring an authentic sports-based math project to your Algebra, Algebra 2 or PreCalculus classroom with Lines of Best Fit and Correlations! All in this 21st Century Math Project! Using data from the MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL students investigate correlations to some of sports most common questions like: "

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

Exponential Functions and Their Applications to Financial Situations
Life After College Budget Project
This project is one of the best things that I do. I have used it for several years and it has undergone several revisions. I use it primarily with my Pre-Calculus students but have used it with

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Silence the Violence intends to take a closer look at gun violence throughout the world. Is there a correlation between gun ownership and gun violence? While this is on the news, and people argue back and forth, unfortunately there are not a lot of statistics cited.I built this project through the u

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra 2 / Pre-Calculus Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core

Through this project, students will…
- Apply exponential functions in the real world.
- Become aware of the increasing credit card debt in the United States.
- Learn to be careful consumers of credit to avoid unnecessary short falls, huge debt, and bad credit ratings.
- Use the knowledge that they g

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Inspired by the lie on the famous Wendy's Bag and the claim on the great Chipotle cup, I've created a project where the kids start off by validating the claim made by Wendy's a long time ago, looking at a facebook post, and researching toppings in other states. Then, students find a new business to

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Incorporate literature into the math classroom! This article provides a mathematical perspective on Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. I used this as an interesting introductory activity to expose students to contemporary mathematical ideas like imaginary numbers. The file includes

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This is a wonderful project that I enjoy doing every year at the end of my Algebra 2 class. After having learned about many different types of functions, students get to research applications of functions in the real-world. Students will create a report on 3 different types of functions (one sample

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Allow students the freedom to discover the origin and use of Pi dating back to the 17th century. Web-Quest activity includes 10 questions (and answers) along with extended learning opportunities for higher-level learners.

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The "In Search of Newton" activity is intended as a challenge puzzle for students who have completed geometry and a second year of algebra. Specifically, this activity attempts to provide some insight into the personalities and accomplishments of ten of the greatest mathematicians of all time. At th

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Conic Sections Unit: Worksheets and Assignments for Circles, Parabolas, Ellipses, Hyperbolas. Includes worksheets for both classwork and homework, research projects with rubric, assessment project, word search with answer key and much more.

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This project focuses on different kinds of functions and their applications in the real world. Students will “model with mathematics” using different approaches.
In this project students will use modeling techniques to make future predictions using general statistics of a city or country and topic

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Interactive school posters offer students a variety of fun and interesting ways to apply their knowledge and insight in some of their classes. The Twelve Days of Vacation Activity poster is geared for high school students with appropriate algebraic and geometric skills, and involves applications of

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A Greek Champion Activity poster is geared for high school students with appropriate algebraic and geometric skills, and involves applications of logic. From a story-telling perspective, students encounter different obstacles that challenge them to use their math skills to complete an exciting adve

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The goal of the Global Crisis Project is to have students see and understand real applications for exponential functions. Students will do research on the population growth rate (globally or they may choose a specific location) and investigate the effect that a related global issue such as waste, f

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This bundle includes 10 of my Math in the Real World and Review projects. Please click on the links below to see details about each project or to buy them separately.
Save $20 if you buy all projects as a bundle.
- Credit Card Debt Project
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Credit-Card

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This is a project for Algebra 2 or Precalc students to create of a 3-dimensional graph diorama. The project and rubric are included, along with some hints on what I do.

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Trigonometry has a rich history, and this assignment explores it! It can serve as an introduction to the topic that gives some meaning to the word sine before students use it mathematically. I've found that explaining what trigonometry is all about before jumping into the problems helps students ove

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Math Research Paper Rubric (docx)
One of the classes I teach is Pre-Calculus Research. Each year my students must complete an original research paper and some go on to complete at a regional Math Fair competition. In order to best meet the needs of my students, I created a rubric for t

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This writing project can be done by a pair of students or individually. 9 research questions and a grading rubric. Topics include: Napier, Fretting a Guitar, Symmetry, & Billboard Charts.

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