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In this summary activity, students work their way through 16 stations. Each station presents an exponential or logarithmic equation to be solved. The solution provides the clue for selecting the next station. Students complete the circuit by solving all 16 equations.Background skills needed: Student

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Use these Vizual Notes to teach students about amplitude, period, phase shift and vertical shifts of sine and cosine waves. "Ghost images" of the parent functions are graphed in gray to help students see how the function changes. They are a great summary sheet to follow up with the Graphing Sines an

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Students learn how to expand binomials using Pascal's Triangle and the Binomial Theorem. Vizual notes are an effective way to engage both the visual and logical sides of the brain. Students spend less time copying notes and more time engaging with them. Hand students a copy of the notes sheet (page

This handout describes the relationship between a function and its inverse. It lists the steps to find the inverse of a function, focuses on domain and range of both, describes the horizontal line test, and the relationship between the graphs of functions and their inverses and the line y = x.Vizual

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Students learn the explicit definition for an arithmetic sequence. They also learn how to find the sum of a finite arithmetic sequence and work out numerous examples.Vizual Notes are an effective way to engage both the visual and logical sides of the brain. Students spend less time copying notes and

Students learn the explicit formula for geometric sequences through these doodle notes. Additionally, the sum of infinite and finite geometric sequences formulas are introduced with examples for practice. Vizual Notes are an effective way to engage both the visual and logical sides of the brain. Stu

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Students will learn how to name and write vectors in component and linear combination forms. They will add and subtract them and multiply by a scalar. They will learn how to find the magnitude and direction angle. They will learn how to find the unit vector.Vizual Notes are an effective way to engag

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Do you want to set high-expectations from the very first day of school? Be sure to greet students at the door on the first day and give them this engaging circuit-style activity. It breaks the ice and sets the tone for your academic expectations. There are three different levels for your Algebra 2,

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