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The learning goal of this project is Graphing Rational Functions.
The students will answer the following questions for each function:
a. If possible, write the equation in simplest form _________
b. What is the Domain of this function? ________________
c. What is the Y-intercept? ________X-interc

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9/19/2018 I added a reference9/17/2018 I added an introductory lesson that discusses replacing variables to revert back to y=f(x). The replacement is the transformation.9/16/2018 I added Assignment AIncluded in this zip folder are 9 Power Point files. 2 are for instruction, 2 are Student Printable S

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After discussing rays and lines, use these foldables to teach students about angle relationships or pairs. These foldables will enable your students to identify and compare adjacent, complementary, supplementary, and vertical angles by drawing and labeling some of the angle

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This research is unit is perfect for the month of October. Students will be using books and internet websites to uncover information about bats.
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Students will need to be shown how to access the allowed websites. (If you have a web page of your own, you can upload the link to your w

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This is the 4th lesson I give in Computer Math. The lesson is all about how to use the Output Command on the TI-83+ Calculator.

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I used this 2-page worksheet with my high school students to plan how to create their graphs. It goes through all parts of the graph, and reminds students of what to include. Students my plan out their graph and then easily create it on paper or on the computer.
You will receive a 2-page PDF. If

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// Morning Weather Chart for the Month //
A Calendar to chart the Weather for the Month. Keeping track of the weather and charting it helps children grasp mathematics concepts.
This listing is for a high resolution DIGITAL PDF FILE. No physical item will be shipped to you. The PDF is for non comm

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Lines and angles have basic concepts that students have to apply to master deep processing problems. So I have provided some problems which pertain to comparing elements of lines and angles. Some of the problems may request students to label or shade in congruent angles and to compute angle measure

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Here is a graphic organizer where students can record the high and low temperature for the week. At the end of the week they can compute the mean, median, mode and range. They can also graph the results.

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This foldable reviews how to find x-intercepts and y-intercepts from a graph, table, and an equation. It includes multiple examples of each type so the teacher can review with the student, and then the student to complete on their own.
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To print, print only pages 2-3, choose double

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Students can be given coins or bring in their own for this activity.
They will record the dates on the coins, create a frequency table and then create a histogram using the data.
Designed to supplement the envision grade 6, 19-5 lesson

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This is the beginning of classification. This lesson starts out for Kindergarten and has application for the fourth or fifth grade. dichotomy charts and graphs are included.

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This worksheet allows students to graph linear equations in steps; calculate points using a table, plot points on graph, analyze graph.

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This bundle covers:
• Writing numbers to 100
• Counting numbers forward and backward to 100
• Counting objects to 20
• Graphing
• Addition with objects
• Subtraction with objects
• Identifying the number of objects in a set

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Students will practice measuring their heights using yard sticks or measuring tape. They will then share their data with classmates to create a stem and leaf plot. They will then find the average height of boys and average height of girls to create a bar graph. Questions to help them analyze the

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Students will practice measuring their heights using yard sticks or measuring tape. They will then share their data with classmates to create a stem and leaf plot. They will then find the average height of boys and average height of girls to create a bar graph. Questions to help them analyze the

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This is a new way to look at the distance formula for those who are mathematically challenged. This graphic organizer will help your students learn how to find the distance between two points.

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Writing and Graphing Inequalities Smartboard Lesson, Worksheets, Activities Zip File, created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching. This is EVERYTHING you'll need to Introduce Inequalities to your students; how to read them, how to write them, how to graph them, real world inequalities, and LOTS of pra

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This is a graphic organizer to find the midpoint between two points.

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Notes to help students with Solving Compound Inequalities and WritingCompound Inequalities

Treat yourself to this Freebie and let your students head to Farmer McSniffles’ farm for a graphing adventure. Somebody left the barn door open and now all of the animals are missing! Unfortunately, poor Farmer McSniffles has no idea how many have escaped. Students will need to use their Math savvy

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