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This set contains 100 cards (25 pages of four cards each):• One card has the function, • One card has the graph of a function, • One card has the graph of the derivative of a function, and • One card has a description about the function or the derivative. There are 25 different functions, the matchi

AP Calculus students need to be able to relate differential equations, slope fields, descriptions about the slopefield/differential equation, and an example of a particular solution. This set of 108 cards (27 sets of four cards) matching cards contains• 27 differential equations;• 27 slope fields;

Also included in: Slope Field Bundle

This set of 45 task cards can be used to review for an end of the year calculus exam or for the Calculus AB exam. In the new curriculum framework for Calculus AB divides the topics by their Big Idea and their Learning Objective. So these 45 cards have also been divided by those same two categories

Also included in: AB/BC Calculus Review Task Cards BUNDLE

This activity sheet illustrates four common related rate questions that appear in all calculus AB and BC courses. • The first problem presents two cars that are traveling away from each other on roads that are perpendicular to each other. The problem can be modeled with a right triangle so the Pyth

Also included in: Related Rate Bundle

This set of 24 task cards can be used to review for an end of a unit on the Mean Value Theorem, for an end of the year calculus exam or for the Calculus AB exam.The questions have the students work with the Mean Value Theorem analytically, graphically, verbally, and numerically through tables. The c

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Also included in: Calculus Task Card Bundle

The set of 32 task cards is divided into eight sets, each with a different emphasis. The cards illustrate all the ways the Riemann sum can be used in Calculus, Calculus AB, and Calculus BC.In set 1 the students work with Riemann sums with tabular data.In set 2 the students work with Riemann Sums wi

Also included in: Calculus Task Card Bundle

This set of cards can be used to review the concept of optimizing a function. This would be a great activity for students in Calculus and AP Calculus classes. Each card has a problem written in black and an answer to another problem (in the magnifying glass). By using the 10 cards that have a ♡ at

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Also included in: Calculus Scavenger Hunt Bundle #1

This activity uses the graphing calculator to help students visually describe the meaning behind the mean value theorem. It can be the foundation for your lesson on the Mean Value Theorem or it can be a worksheet that the students explore on their own. • In Part I students study a function that is

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Are you looking for an activity that will help your students read information from the graph of F ' to create the graph of F or read information from the graph of F to create the graph of F '. These 32 cards can be used as a class and/or individual activity to strengthen their skills are reading th

Also included in: Bundle of Two Sizes of Match the Graphs of F and F'

This scavenger hunt on finding limits contains 2 sets of ten-card scavenger hunts or 1 set of twenty-card scavenger hunt. The twenty-card set has blue diamonds on the cards. There are two ten-card sets (one with red hearts and one with black clubs. Using these diamonds, hearts or clubs it is easy

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Also included in: Calculus Scavenger Hunt Bundle #1

The AP calculus curriculum calls for students to understand how to find the volume of a solid with a known cross-section. These seven practice problems are set up to have students see how similar the technique is even though the cross-sectional shape changes. In every problem students answer the sa

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Also included in: Volume using Known Cross Sections Bundle

This set of 100 cards (25 sets of 4) can be duplicated on card stock and then cut apart for a great cooperative learning activity in Calculus. Duplicate the pages in the landscape mode so the cards are slightly larger. Each set of four cards includes:• a graph of a function, • a graph of a derivat

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These newly revised review sheets cover the topics for the AB and BC portion of the Calculus AP curriculum. The 2 review sheet have more than 155 questions. The first column displays "If I am asked…” questions". Students use the second column to respond to “I will…” by describing how they will

This activity sheet has 15 conceptually based questions on the Extreme Value Theorem. Students are given information about functions analytically, numerically, and graphically. In many questions, students are required to communicate their understanding of the theorem verbally. The questions a

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Also included in: A Bundle of Activity Sheets for Calculus - 2

A great lesson for Calculus AB and BC. This activity will guide students through using implicit differentiation to complete the differentiation of any inverse function. For example instead of differentiating y=arc sin x students learn to differentiate x=sin y using implicit differentiation. Thi

This class activity engages students in modeling exponential growth and decay using the RandInt command on the TI84 graphing calculator.

This activity sheet engages students in using their graphing to create tabular data and graphs so they can build a deeper understanding for the definition of a limit. The epsilon-delta definition is introduced with linear functions.

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Also included in: 3 BUNDLED LESSONS ON UNDERSTANDING THE DEFINITION OF A LIMIT

Students set up the graphs of three equations in their TI84 or TI84C graphing calculator and make observations about the relationship between the three graphs. • One equation is the original function entered in y1. • A second equation, entered in y2, is a difference equation that models the derivat

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As part of the AP Calculus course description students need to understand what it means to find the average value of a function. This activity incorporates the graphing calculator to develop an understanding for the average value of a function. Students draw graph for four functions to view all the

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Also included in: Bundled Lessons on The Average Value of a Function

This activity engages the students in studying several continuous, non-continuous, differentiable, and non-differentiable functions to decide what conditions must be met to guaranteed the conclusions of the mean value theorem.

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This set of I Have... Who Has ... cards can be used in any Calculus class where the students have learned to find bounded area both graphically, geometrically, and analytically. You can use the cards in a class or 10 students, 15 students, 20 students or 25 students. The activity has been designed

Also included in: Bounded Area Bundle

What is in the lesson-activity?The lesson-activity is made up of a 40-50 minute activity and a 2-page homework assignment with two questions similar to those in the activity. Answers to the lesson-activity and the homework assignment are included.Instantaneous Rate of Change, introduces the concep

Also included in: Jet Tour of Calculus - Five Days of Lessons - Bundled

Using the graphing calculator, students learn how thegraphs of the first and second derivatives describe thebehavior of the original function. The activity iscomposed of four parts. Students make observationsbased upon a series of questions about increasing,decreasing, extrema, and concavity

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Ένα πακέτο με φύλλα εργασίας για την προσθετική ανάλυση του αριθμού 10, που διδάσκεται στο κεφάλαιο 21 του βιβλίου.
Προσπάθησα τα φύλλα εργασίας να είναι σύντομα, περιεκτικά και λειτουργικά, να απαιτούν την αυτενέργεια του κάθε μαθητή και παράλληλα να έχουν παιγνιώδη μορφή έτσι ώστε να υποστηρ

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