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I use this in my Algebra 2 class to help student get practice on factoring trinomials. The maze includes trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1 and larger than one. This is my first time posting so please let me know if I can improve the product in any way.

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Algebra 2, PreCalculus: Logarithmic Equations Maze FREEBIE
Here's a great way to have focused practice for Algebra 2 and Precalculus students. Lots of variety and options for having some classroom fun while working through difficult concepts.
The unit on Logarithms is a six-lesson unit covering:
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This little foldable booklet includes 6 parent functions; linear, absolute value, quadratic, cubic, square root and exponential functions.
The booklet is great for INB's!
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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

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Who doesn't love a game of FOUR SQUARE? Your Algebra 2 and PreCalculus students love to relive memories from their childhood.
This activity turned into a race as my students wanted to be first to say they had all the boxes completed correctly. I put my class in groups of 4, assigned each a number

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To build an understanding of the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines for Algebra 2 Honors, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, and College Algebra students by providing concentrated practice.
Students will complete 11 questions related to mastery of the Law of Sines, the Law of Cosines, Heron’s Formula, and

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This worksheet asks students to match nine different transformations of a function f(x) whose graph is given with their corresponding graphs. The transformations covered include vertical and horizontal translations, vertical and horizontal stretches and compressions, and reflections. Some, but not a

This particular test deals with writing equations of lines. Students must be able to: 1) write an equation of a line given a point and a slope, 2) write an equation of a line given two points, 3) change an equation in slope-intercept form to general form, 4) write an equation for a horizontal or ve

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This sort has students factor 3rd and 4th degree expressions. Then they match them to the factors in the sort. Student Answer Sheet and Key included
Includes: Difference/Sum of Cubes, Difference of Squares, Quadratic Form, Common Factor
Possible uses:
-Alternative to Homework
-Practice
-Review S

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This FREE LESSON for Pre-Calculus students investigates the basic behaviors of polynomial functions from degree 0 to 5. Students analyze the function behavior regarding even, odd, neither, y-axis, origin symmetry, end-behavior, shape and potential real zeros. It's a real "AH-HA" moment for many of

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FREE DOWNLOAD includes easy-to-understand, large-print examples for calculating logarithms and solving exponential equations.
Includes:
-Calculator Instructions with Pictures and Keystrokes
-Examples and Step-by-Step Solutions for Solving Equations
-Two Sets of Practice Problems with Answer Ke

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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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This hands-on activity helps students develop an understanding for how to use an exponential function (y=ab^x) to model different situations. This specific activity has students start with 100 squares that are "Alive" and they shake them and drop them every round and count how many squares survive e

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This lesson is designed to introduce students to the concept that a function can be discontinuous. In Algebra I, students are exposed mostly to graphs of functions that are continuous everywhere. This lesson guides students through understanding three different types of discontinuities--point, jum

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This free item has two blank unit circles on a single 8.5" by 11" sheet of paper. Copy and cut in half to give students a chance to practice radian measure, degree measure, and the ordered pairs for each angle in one revolution.
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Trigonometric Graphs Stations Activity

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This item is appropriate for Algebra 2 Honors, Pre-Calculus, Analysis of Functions, College Algebra, and Advanced Math Topics.
Students will complete 18 questions related to mastery of the concepts for finding roots of polynomials whose degree is greater that two by using synthetic division, Remai

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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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The videos are to be used as a PREVIEW of the next day’s lesson. This helps students come to class with some prior knowledge before the lesson is taught. The warm-ups are given as a quick way to check and see if each student watched the short videos.
There are several benefits to this method:
• St

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Trigonometry Parent Functions - Graphic Organizers
Three graphic organizers for the trigonometric functions:
• Sine
• Cosine
• Tangent
The graphic organizers include domain, range, continuity, symmetry, local maxima and minima, periods, asymptotes, intervals of increase and decrease, x and y inter

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Students will "travel" with their group (3 is recommended or more) and answer questions about different conic sections in each city. At the end, they receive an airline ticket that summarizes what they've learned. There will be six countries all together. You'll have to cut the stations page in half

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In this PowerPoint students learn how to factor quadratic polynomials. Examples include simple quadratics of the form x^2 + bx + c, standard quadratics of the form ax^2 + bx + c, difference of squares, and quadratics with no constant term.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-

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Matrix Operations Practice Worksheet
This is a two page worksheet that includes the following matrix operations: addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Determinants and inverses are not included in this worksheet. An answer key is included.
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24 problems for review in the circuit format! Great for review before standardized tests (SAT, ACT), or for the beginning of the semester. Your students will be engaged as they practice their math skills because they will have to find their answer to advance in the circuit. This element of self-c

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This graphing calculator reference sheet guides students step-by-step on how to graph a linear inequality and systems of linear inequalities.
Teaching graphing calculator skills help students with:
• Speed
• Making connections
• Checking for accuracy
• Leaping hurdles
*Reference sheet can be used

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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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Alberta Curriculum: 20-1 Relations and Functions
This lesson addresses the process for "Completing the Square" in order to address the following outcome:
*Analyze quadratic functions of the form y=ax^2+bx+c to identify characteristics of the corresponding graph, including vertex, domain and rang

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Task Cards that can be used in a variety of ways! Speed dating is illustrated but that's just one example!
These cards feature basic trigonometric equations and DO NOT feature identities.
See the full blog post below!
http://secondarymissrudolph.blogspot.com/2014/02/solving-basic-trigonometric-equ

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Students will need to match an equation of a graph first with a description of the transformations of the graph and secondly with a picture of the graph. This is a good tool to have students practice basic transformations on Exponential Functions.

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A 16 problem circuit training exercise. You start in the first box, find the answer in another box. That new box is numbered two and then find the answer to that box. Continue until the worksheet is complete and you find the answer found in the first box. Self-checking!
This hits sum/difference

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This activity, either done collaboratively or independently, was designed for students to discover the concept and purpose of the discriminant on their own. Using strategic questioning, the student worksheets walk students through the thinking necessary to grasp these concepts. Students tend to re

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This is a sample of a complete (Precalculus) lesson for any unit in my store. I hope you enjoy the detail and rigor that is provided for both you and your students.
Every lesson includes
✎ A Bound-Book style Foldable
✎ A daily homework assignment
✎ Multiple forms of a daily homework quiz or

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In this activity, students will solve exponential and logarithmic equations. This ladder activity is a great alternative to a worksheet. Students will cut the problems apart along the lines and work the card labeled "Start" and find their answer on the top of another card. They tape their cards t

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This lesson covers operations of complex numbers: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. The package includes guided notes, extra practice (homework), and a quiz corresponding to the same material. As always, the notes are in PDF and Word format, so you can edit the notes if you would li

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Just a few linear programming problems with step-by-step illustrations for creating graphs reflecting feasible regions and finding optimum conditions for maximum profit.

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Here's a FUN FREEBIE to get your Calculus students thinking graphically about the definition of a tangent line. You might like to use this before teaching my lesson on The Derivative and Tangent Line Problem
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This activity is a good review of the characteristics of functions. Students can work with a partner and check by graphing their equation in the given window. I hope you enjoy the activity.

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Enjoy a small sample of a cut & paste activity for your Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry students. There are two identities with steps to cut and paste into the correct progression to satisfy the proof. It's great as a warm-up or exit ticket to help your students begin to think in the manner needed

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Factoring Perfect Cubes
This is a small poster that I made to remind students about a method they can use to factor perfect cubes. My students can never remember how!
Also included is a page of 4 smaller copies of the same poster. I printed these on a full sheet of sticker paper and then cut the

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 is an investigation that I use to introduce the big ideas of inverse functions. Students graph a linear function by making a table of values, interchange the x & y values in a table of values and graph the resulting function. When students fold the graph along the line y = x they can see

Unit Circle Values Trigonometry
Two versions are included. With and without the snowy village clipart. Of course a key is included!
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Students will study exponential growth as well as write the exponential growth equation using the graphing calculator. This is similar to the often used flu epidemic but I wanted to update it for the kids to relate a little more to since Zombies are so popular now!
This assignment references my re

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Apply the properties of exponents and color according to the key and you will get a picture of a penguin and its young.

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Exponent rules is an information list of basic and more advanced exponent rules. An explanation of how to use the rule followed by several examples is given for each rule. I use the first page for pre-algebra and algebra I. The first page's exponent rules include: combining like terms, multiply var

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This game helps students practice identifying the basic trig identities; reciprocal identities, quotient identities and pythagorean identities.
Students work in pairs to find equal identity expressions before their opponent. Includes 2 game boards.
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Engage your students with this 20-question circuit on domain and range! Once you and your students try a circuit, you will be hooked! This circuit involves piecewise, composite, rational, quadratic, square root, cube root, trig, exponential and log functions. It seems simple (in each case student

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This is a test for Logarithms and Exponential functions. It covers graphing exponential functions and logarithmic functions, simplifying logs, expanding and condensing logs, solving exponential and logarithmic equations using various methods, etc. See preview for more detailed information.

A flow chart guide to classifying conic sections with some exercises.

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In this worksheet, students will write the standard-form equations of nine conic sections given their graphs. The graphs of circles, ellipses, and hyperbolas are all mixed within the same set of problems, so that students must be careful not to confuse the different forms with each other as they wor

This worksheet is used after teaching vertical, horizontal, slant and quadratic asymptotes of Rational Functions. Questions include working backwards (given the graph, write an equation) which includes work with vertical, horizontal and slant aymptotes, x intercepts and y intercepts. There is also

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Give students a transparent tool to help them label triangles!
Students often have trouble labeling parts (such as x, 2x, a, b, c, opposite, adjacent, hypotenuse, etc) of triangles for Special Triangles, Pythagorean Theorem, and Trigonometry. To help my students do this correctly, I give each stude

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Cross - curricular project including research, computers, and oral presentation. Includes the rubric for easy grading. Has suggested websites for the kids to use and some famous mathematicians. I recommend partner or small groups for the project.

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