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This lesson is made up of an 40-50 minute activity and a 2-page homework assignment with 2 questions similar to those in the activity. Answers to all activities are included.
What do the students do in the lesson?
Behavior of Functions was designed to have student

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

This is a Geometer's Sketchpad file which contains 3 pages (in addition to the intro page). The goal behind this file is to check for the understanding of the end behavior of any given polynomial function. Here is a description of each of the three pages:
Page 1: Graph to End Behavior
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Students use the graphing calculator to create graphs of f, f’, and f”, and make observations about conditions that cause f to be increasing f to be decreasing, Extrema to occur A point of inflection based upon information from various graphs. This is a great lesson for students to use prior t

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Limits at Infinity PowerPoint Lesson
This lesson is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus. Students will learn to find the limits of various functions as x approaches infinity. Determining these limits will help students find the horizontal asymptotes of a function and to determine end behavior,

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Also included in: Calculus Bundle of Activities for First Semester

This is a Jet Tour of the 5 main topics students will learn about in AP Calculus or Calculus:1. Instantaneous Rate of Change2. Behavior of a Function3. Definite Integrals4. Using Formulas to find Definite Integrals5. LimitsEach lesson is designed to use the graphing calculator to building under

This lesson is a review of the basic properties of polynomial functions with special attention given to those properties that are most relevant for calculus.
This can either be used as part of a summer assignment to help students get ready for calculus or it can be used as a review at the beginning

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Also included in: AP Calculus: Functions Unit Bundle

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This is lecture notes I developed when I was the guest lecturer in a college level calculus class that was taught in my old high school. The general goal was to show the students that calculus could be used for something in reality. While integration is used in a very minor part (Radius of Gyratio

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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 exit

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Included are 40 digital posters (list of words below) for a vocabulary word wall in Algebra 2/PreCalculus! I use this product in my classroom as part of a larger display. As we cover a topic, I post the word wall poster. Then, before each summative test, we use the word wall as a place for review. A

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Limits at Infinity Horizontal Asymptotes Task cards HW/Quiz
This activity is designed for Calculus 1 or AP Calculus. It is usually part of the third unit, Applications of the Derivative. Students are to find the limits of various functions as x approaches infinity. Determining these limits wi

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Also included in: Calculus Bundle of Activities for First Semester

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This is a nine-lesson unit on Applications of Differentiation for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Lesson Objective:Students will find points of inflection and concavity of a function. Students will apply the Second Derivative Test to locate where conc

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Also included in: AP Calculus AB Differential Calculus Bundle

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This is a seven-lesson unit on Limits & Continuity for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Lesson Objective:★ Apply the definition of continuity to determine whether a function is continuous at a point.Every lesson includes:✎ A set of Guided Studen

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Also included in: AP Calculus AB Differential Calculus Bundle

This maze is part of : Maze - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions
This maze is a good review of Analyzing Polynomial Functions. Before playing this maze, students are expected to be familiar with:
- The domain of a polynomial function
- How to find the y-intercept
- How to find the zeros (u

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Quickly assess the prerequisite skills your Pre-Calculus students have when they set foot in your classroom. Through this packet, students will review their mathematics before you teach them new material. This unit also includes two activities to encourage parental involvement as well as a certifica

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Also included in: Algebra 2 & Pre-Calculus Summer or Back to School Readiness Packets

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PreCalculus, Calculus: Finding Limits Analytically
This is the second lesson in a five-lesson unit on INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS designed for PreCalculus Honors students who have a working understanding of function behavior.
Students will be able to:
★ Evaluate limits using substitution
★ Evaluate l

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Also included in: PreCalculus: Intro To Calculus Unit Bundle

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Calculus First and Second Derivative Tests Flip Book FoldableThis Foldable Flip Book reviews and reinforces the First and Second Derivative Test, as well as Concavity usually taught in Unit 3, Applications of the Derivative. This topic is usually taught right before Optimization.There are definitio

Also included in: Calculus Bundle of Activities for First Semester

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PreCalculus: Limits A Graphical Approach
This is the first lesson in a five-lesson unit on INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS designed for PreCalculus Honors students who have a working understanding of function behavior.
Students will be able to:
★ Find one-sided limits
★ Find general limits
The product i

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This is a seven-lesson unit on Limits & Continuity for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Lesson Objective:★ Compare and contrast infinite limits and limits at infinity.★ Use properties of infinite limits to find asymptotes and describe function beha

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Also included in: AP Calculus AB Differential Calculus Bundle

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PreCalculus, Calculus: The Derivative and Tangent Lines
This is the fourth lesson in a five-lesson unit on INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS designed for PreCalculus Honors students who have a working understanding of function behavior.
Students will be able to:
★ Find slope using the limit process
★ Find

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This is a seven-lesson unit on Limits & Continuity for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Lesson Objective:★ Understand and apply the Intermediate Value TheoremEvery lesson includes:✎ A set of Guided Student Notes✎ A daily homework assignment✎

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Also included in: AP Calculus AB Differential Calculus Bundle

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This is a nine-lesson unit on Applications of Differentiation for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Lesson Objective:★ Apply the Mean Value Theorem to describe the behavior of a function over an interval.Students will understand and apply Rolle's Theore

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This is the fifth lesson in a thirteen-lesson unit on Differentiation for students enrolled in AP Calculus AB or BC, Calculus Honors, or College Calculus. Every lesson includes✎ A set of Guided Student Notes✎ A daily homework assignment✎ Four forms of a daily homework quiz or exit ticket✎ Te

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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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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

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