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This activity serves as a summary after a lesson on Right Triangle Trigonometry. In the seven centers, students will practice solving for missing values and missing angles.
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Centers (7)
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1. Before beginning the lesson, I would recommend backing the center

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Learning Objective: The student will be able to find the factored form of a quadratic equation
Included: student worksheet, 10 problems, and answer key
Teacher will need to print out the 10 problems for each station, it is recommended to print using card stock. Laminating the stations is a must

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Learning Objective: The student will be able to solve a cubic and quartic polynomial by factoring.
Included: student worksheet, 10 problems, and answer key
Teacher will need to print out the 10 problems for each station, it is recommended to print using card stock. Laminating the stations is a

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For Trig., Pre-Calculus, and Calculus Teachers, this Unit Circle Flipchart comes a rotating cover. Just place the Promethean Pen,( or your finger if you have a 500 Pro Series touch board) on the purple and then spin the cover to the quadrant you wish.

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Place Value to 1,000 Task Card Bundle is perfect for math centers, stations, or rotations. The cards can be used to play the games "Scoot", "Quiz, Quiz Trade", or used for small groups, whole groups, early finishers, in math journals, for homework, etc. They come with answer keys and recording she

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These are task cards that I use in my Precalculus class when working with trigonometric identities. The product includes 28 questions along with the answers. The questions can be printed out with just one side (the question) or two-sided (question on front and answer on back). I usually print mi

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*5 station activities
*Answer key
These solving triangle math stations allow students to practice skills in an interactive, engaging atmosphere. Students will practice solving triangles using the law of sines and cosines. Students should be familiar with the ambiguous case.
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Task Cards are a great way to add movement to your classroom and/or individualize learning. I use these in particular with my IB Math Studies students as we cover Topic 7 Calculus.
In these 18 Task Cards students practice the two concepts of the derivative – as a rate of change of a function and as

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Visual Calculus is an easy-to-use calculus software for teaching and studying limit, derivative function, integral, 3D vector, double integral, triple integral, series, ode etc. It can create 2D, 2.5D and 3D function graphs, animations and table graphs. 2D Features: explicit, implicit, parametric, a

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This is a group activity for an Algebra 2 or PreCalculus class, in which students (in groups of 3) take turns playing the role of "teacher", "student", and "expert".
Prep Work: Each sheet of cards should be printed out on a different piece of colored paper, cut and sorted into 3 stacks per group.

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This is a review of functions. Some of the topics covered include*:evaluating functions,rules <--> function notationpoint contained in a function,horizontal line test, domain of functions, andword problems.* The preview contains all student pages and one teacher page.I use this as classwork as

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Divide your students into groups and give each group a different card. Have them rotate around until they have completed each card. Each one represents a different cool part of Pascal's Triangle that are for students to discover.

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