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This is a great graphic organizer to help students recall four different ways to find the slope of a linear function. These four ways include: From a graph, an equation, a table, and two given points.
The second graphic organizer helps students have a reference guide for positive, negative, zero,

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Snowflake Graph and Symmetry Activity for Coordinate Plane
Not only do students need to know how to graph line segments in all four quadrants, they will use their symmetry skills to complete the snowflake.
Of course an answer key is provided!
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Piecewise Linear Graphing and Symmetry Activity
Not only do students need to know how to graph linear equations with a given domain and range, they will use their symmetry skills to complete the snowflake.
A version without holiday clipart is also included.
Of course an answer key is provided!

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This is a free sample of graph paper in Word format. Simply print out the page, or use it onscreen with an interactive whiteboard. This particular graph is 14x14, with subgrids equaling 28x28. It is one of 30 graph papers included in Graphs Grids & Games, a digital document by John Rice availabl

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Six one-page graphs to display on a bulletin board or on your projector/Smart Board.
Posters include a linear, quadratic, cubic, rational, absolute value, and square root function.
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This product consists of a Summary of Methods for Graphing a Linear Equation worksheet and a Summary of Methods for Solving Linear Systems.
The Summary of Methods for Graphing a Linear Equation worksheet is a template with a summary of three methods for graphing a linear equation, including:
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An easy to use chart for determining end behavior of a polynomial. Use the sign of the leading coefficient (columns) and whether the degree is even or odd (rows) to predict what the graph will look like.
This PDF includes 4 different formats (color, grayscale, semi-blank, fully blank). Print at nor

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21 Free Clip Art Pictures of Graphs of Polar Functions in png format to use on tests, handouts, PowerPoints or anywhere you use Clip Art. Great for Trigonometry. Use as decorations, make a page border, or for a special art projects. 21 Graphs. Their png file name is the function, such as r=2cos_th

A graphic organizer for students to use when working with parent functions. This chart is blank with places for the student to draw the function and write in domain and range. This was created for use with a college algebra class, but would be very useful in a high school class as well.

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Help your students with using the TI83/84 to graph polynomials. Includes worksheet(with screen shots), Full page example of graphing polynomials and changing the viewing window on TI83/84, and answer key. Great for practice, intro or review station. Recommended for Algebra 2, Precalculus, College

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This easy to follow handout helps you teach your students how to use the TI Graphing Calculator to graph the derivative of a function on the TI Graphing Calculator 83 or 84. Easy to follow - already used successfully with hundreds of students and also in TI's official Teacher Teaching with Technolo

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Compound inequality foldable for "and" and "or" inequalities. Also has graph solutions. Answer key included! ENJOY!

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Graphing one variable inequalities using a number line

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Linear Grapher Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet that allows you to graph up to 3 lines at a time. The lines are color coded with the equations, so you will know which line corresponds to which equation.
It also displays 10 points for each equation. The x values for these points can be adjusted.
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Quadratic Grapher MS Excel Spreadsheet graphs up to 2 quadratic equations / functions at a time. It is color coded so it is easy to see which parabola corresponds to which equation.
It also displays 10 points. The x values can be changed to your liking.
It also finds the points of intersection b

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I often end up doing searches to find a certain type of graph paper. I have also made a few different templates that I find work well with students. It's definitely cheaper to buy graph paper, but it's also nice to have my graph paper ready when I need it and to have different options for what to te

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There are nine graphs on a sheet with the axes labeled. This form will allow you to adjust and modify to your needs (add or delete graphs).

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Teach this song to your students to help them learn how to apply the midpoint formula. I use this song every year with my students and they love it!

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Teach your students how to draw prisms before discussing volume and surface area. This template will allow your students to draw different examples of prisms using the isometric dot paper. Four different templates are available depending on the needs and capabilities of your students. Four step pr

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This coordinate graphing paper includes six 10 by 10 coordinate graphs.

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Skier on a horizontal slope cartoon. The skier is a stick figure walking with skis on a horizontal slope. He is relaxed, carrying a cup of hot (cocoa, cider...). Hash marks from the skis, etc. Cartoon by Tom Hopkins
This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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A good handout for students as a reference when using TI-84 calculators.
Saves teacher time from running around all over the place when half the class has an "Error" message on their calculator and they don't know what to do.

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This free activity outlines the steps established in The Guidelines for Statistics Education for K-12. Your students can create their own questions, collect data from classmates, analyze the data with a graph, and make conclusions based on the data.

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These steps benefit the student in graphing trigonometric functions.

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