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Build 32 different shamrocks by taking the first, second and third derivatives. Students can practice taking derivatives with polynomials, e, natural log, trig functions and inverse trig functions. Plus a little product and chain rule thrown in for fun too!
What a fun way to practice calculus and ce

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Calculus students need to have fun too! Have your students complete the first, second, third and fourth derivative for each equation given on a feather. Then they cut and paste the turkey back together. These turkeys include polynomials, natural logs, and trig functions and their inverses. Use colo

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Pages 1 and 2 are 8 problems describing areas from the 3d building template on page 4. The students must cut out the template, fold, and glue the building as a 3d model. Then students must set up and calculate basic definite integrals (trig, absolute value, constant, and polynomial) for the areas

Do your Calculus students need to sharpen their prerequisite skills for trig values and simplifying rational expressions? This is a sample of what I call a Gateway Activity for AP Calculus AB, or Calculus BC, and Calculus honors.The “GATEWAY SKILL-BUILDER” strategy will help students work toward qua

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Also included in: Gateway Skill-Builder Bundled Set

This assignment is an example of writing in calculus. Students work in groups to solve the problem presented by the client and then write a collaborative report explaining the solution.
This assignment can be done individually but, when used in a group setting, students learn not only how to expr

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These 24 problems are great to use with your calculus students within the first few days of the school year. Reviews everything from asymptotes to domain and range, logs to sine and cosine. Worked in are calculus ideas such as limits, tangent lines and average rate of change. The intention is to

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This color by number worksheet will encourage students to build and strengthen their knowledge of adding and subtracting decimals whilst having fun in the classroom. A great resource to use as a review, quick assessment, homework task, or something for your students to do after a

This set of 24 problems (includes implicit differentiation, inverse trig functions, and transcendentals) in the self-checking format of a circuit will keep your calculus students engaged as they practice taking the derivative. The problems build in difficulty and students must search for their answ

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit features 16 area between curves calculus problems and I wrote it with the intention to not use technology. The problems build in difficulty and students must hunt for their answers within the circuit to advance in the circu

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit has 12 word problems which start easy and build from there. Expect to see the farmer problem and the open-top box problem... To advance in the circuit, students must find their answer, and with that answer is a new problem.

One of the topics that is difficult for students to grasp is finding the volume of a solid with a known cross section. One reason is that students have difficulty with this topic is that they have difficulty drawing the solid. In this activity the students get to build eight different "solids.”This

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Also included in: Calculus Bundle on Volume

In this pair / small group activity, students use Play-Doh and paper to create models of solids with known cross sections. (See product thumbnails for a sample creation.)After your purchase, you will download a .zip file from which two files can be extracted: the files are identical aside from file

Also included in: Calculus AB Resources (discounted bundle)

Integration by u - Substitution fun practice. What Calculus student doesn’t need practice with Integration by u -Substitution?This unique, fun resource includes 9 integration problems to be solved by u-substitution. Some of the problems have hints to help students get started. The transcendental fu

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Give your students engaging practice with the circuit format! This circuit contains 20 questions which build in difficultly as they address finding vertical, horizontal and even slant asymptotes (two questions towards the end). Students will also be asked to find x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and y-

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Students will engage with these 16 problems which bridge the connection between y' and y. The circuit format is self-checking; students must hunt for their answer and find it to advance in the circuit. Focuses on skill building and precision! Great for AB or BC Calculus -- a quick set of exercise

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This Exit Ticket product is part of Exit Ticket - BUNDLE POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS
In this exit ticket, the understanding of analyzing polynomial functions is checked.
There are a total of 6 exit tickets in this file detailed as follows:
Pg 2. Answer Key to Exit Tickets (Total: 6)
Pg 3. Determining

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I wrote this circuit to give calculus students practice with reading and recognizing the limit definition of the derivative and then evaluating the derivative by using the rules of differentiation. So this would be after learning the power, product, quotient, and chain rules in addition to the trig

Calculus fun!! Use this great tool to help your students visualize difficult concepts, Volume of revolution and Surface of revolution. Up and running in less than 5 minutes. Type in the function, press ENTER, and the grapher does the rest. Change a value and watch the 3D graph update instantly. S

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As students start their study of Calculus AB and BC they learn to study small changes made along a function in both the x and the y are labeled Δx and Δy and that changed along a tangent line called differentials and use the symbols dx and dy. This activity helps students see that if they are lookin

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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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This is a poster project whereby students create 3-dimensional models of physical objects by using cross sections. Students determine what functions to use for their base regions and the cross sections. They use a spreadsheet to calculate the Riemann sum for their objects and compare their calcula

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This color by number worksheet will encourage students to build and strengthen their calculus knowledge of differentiation, via chain rule, whilst having fun in the classroom (trigonometric functions included). A great resource to use as a quick assessment, homework task, or some

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

This activity will engage your all your students in building a class slope field from a differential equation. • Project a copy of the coordinate grid provided in the product on the white board or the interactive white board. • After each person is assigned several grid points, they calculate the c

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