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Here is a great End of Unit resource for a comprehensive Review of Functions for Calculus, College Algebra, PreCalculus, and Algebra 2 Included in this resource: Four versions of an assessment/ worksheet/study guide; There are two multiple choice versions and two free response versions. Each ve

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Also included in: Calculus Honors Back to School Review Bundle

Conic Sections ParabolasThis set of 16 task cards will allow your students to practice working with parabolas. Students should know the terms vertex, focus, and directrix. Students should be able to complete the square.I have included an answer sheet that students can use to record their answers.I

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Also included in: Pre Calculus Bundle - Second Semester (Vectors, Conic Sections, Sequences, etc)

This is 5 worksheets using the law of sines, the law of cosines, and area of nonright triangles using sine.
1 - Solving triangles with the law of sines. Three questions solving the triangle and one question determining the distance between airplanes.
1 - Solving triangles using the law of cosines.

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Graphing Trigonometric Functions Partner Activity
This self-checking partner activity will help students practice sketching the graphs of sine and cosine as well as allow them to practice writing an equation from the graph.
This activity requires that students be able to recognize the graphs of si

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This is a packet of 7 worksheets on polar coordinates.
1 - ploting points in the system, graphing basic equations such as r = #, and naming the same point 4 ways.
1 - graphing a polar equation and identifying it as a rose. 5 other questions asking to identify the curve (limacon, etc.)
1-Converting p

This is 10 worksheets all about right triangles - some contain sine, cosine, and tangent and others do not, such as Pythagorean Thm and proofs.
The details about each sheet are listed below.
I have a posting of "Trigonometry SOHCAHTOA" that is only the trig worksheets.
1 - Using the Pythagorean T

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Students have to use their Dividing Polynomials skills to find the 4-letter code that will deactivate OMEGA. The code is hidden behind 4 different locks. Each lock has a different set of combinations that must be found. The combinations are found by answering specific questions related to Dividi

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This is a great BINGO game to review matrices. The file includes 22 questions that can be cut out and randomly chosen for students to do (I project the cards using my document camera). Each card includes a problem whose answer can be found on the Bingo boards, in random order. There are 40 different

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Conic Sections EllipseThis set of 16 task cards will allow your students to practice working with ellipses. Students should know the terms center, foci, vertices, major and minor axis. Students should be able to complete the square.I have included an answer sheet that students can use to record thei

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Also included in: Pre Calculus Bundle - Second Semester (Vectors, Conic Sections, Sequences, etc)

Conic Sections HyperbolasIn this set of 16 task cards, students will practice working with hyperbolas. They should be familiar with the center, vertices, foci, asymptotes, transverse axis, and conjugate axis. They should be able to complete the square.I have also included an answer sheet that they

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Also included in: Pre Calculus Bundle - Second Semester (Vectors, Conic Sections, Sequences, etc)

This assignment consists of 5 questions about the Law of Sines, Law of Cosines, and Vectors. This assignment is great for teachers who are:
- Teaching about the Law of Sines and/or Law of Cosines (in physics or in math class)
- Teaching about Vectors (in physics or in math class)
- Reviewing the mat

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This game is similar to the Milton Bradley's game "Guess Who." The students are given 5 questions in a multiple choice format. Once they have finished all 5 questions, they are to 'guess who' is being described. There are 5 different sets of 5 questions. These questions covers finding the nth te

Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks for the Common Core”
The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications.
Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level

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Common Core Secondary Math brings you “Fluent in Math: Fluency Checks for the Common Core”
The Common Core State Standards in Math (CCSSM) stress fluency with skills and procedures along with conceptual understanding and mathematical applications.
Fluency with mathematics at the secondary level

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I am thrilled to be able to share this power point over Segment Lengths in Circles!
* Here, students learn how to find the lengths of the segments of two chords that intersect in the interior of a circle.
* Students learn how to determine the length of unknown segments when two secants share the

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'Guess Who' game for Logarithmic Properties
This game reviews power, product and quotient properties of Logs. It also has solving equations by switching between log form and exponential form. Taking the log of both sides to solve is not used in these problems.
Have you played the child's game 'Gu

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I use this PowerPoint to review before giving a test on California Trigonometry Standards 3.0, 12.0, and 19.0. There is a short video on the first slide. I have that playing as the students come into the classroom. My classes know that this mean to “get ready” by getting their “clickers”, getting

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This Jeopardy has 5 categories, end behavior, zeros, factoring, binomial expansion and anything goes (adding, multiplying, dividing, etc). There are five questions in each category ranging from 10-50 points and increase in difficulty as the points get higher. There are some straight forward questi

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Would you like to see more of Wisewire’s educational resources in your school? Help your administrator register your school to get started (it’s easy and free). Earn a $50 coupon while you’re at it (available to use in the Wisewire Marketplace). Register Your SchoolAssess student understanding of st

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This is a basic worksheet that has 9 parent graph questions. They have to state the parent graph and the transformations. They do not graph these equations.
It also has some review questions on it; writing equations given a point and the slope (3 questions), determining the x- and y- intercepts of

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Unit 4: Quadratic Functions & EquationsLesson 3: Modeling with Quadratic Functions: Algebra 2 Curriculum✐ This 5 questions (several parts) - (MULTIPLE CHOICE, & DROP DOWN - Quiz is worth 12 points) product is a NO PREP & SELF GRADING 100% EDITABLE (EXCEPT FOR THE IMAGES) activity that wi

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This is a simple, great quiz to assess knowledge of trigonometric function values for special angles or quadrantal angles. Each quiz contains 5 questions and a practice quiz is included. Students should not be allowed to use notes or calculators on this quiz as these skills are purely conceptual.
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Please share my enthusiasm for the following power point on Other Angle Relationships in Circles!
* Students are introduced to three theorems that support their discovery and ability to use angles formed by tangents and chords to solve problems in geometry.
* Students use angles formed by line

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