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Students will work through two tasks to determine and discover the differences between direct and inverse variation. I use this activity to introduce the terms direct and inverse variation as this provides context to what the terms actually mean and how their relationships function. In this assignme

This is an online activity through Desmos. Students will need a Chromebook, laptop, or tablet to participate.Students sort cards into groups matching the inequality with its graph, interval notation, and/or a verbal description. The goal is to get students to connect the different representations.Th

This project requires students to choose and research their own data. They will create a line of best fit by hand and use Desmos to perform a linear regression. This can be edited however you'd like. Rubric included.

This product contains a printable activity packet to guide students in discovering the transformation of functions using the Desmos Online Calculator. Students will manipulate functions to learn the effects of the following: y = f(x) + k; y = f(x + k); y = k∙f(x); and y = f(k∙x).
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Piecewise functions and art combine for the ultimate STEAM activity. Students are given step-by-step directions so they are self-led and can proceed at their own pace.
Use as a homework assignment, review day, part of a quiz or test.
Your students will LOVE the opportunity to digitally create a p

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☑ Google Drive Activity Bundle: ALGEBRA I, ALGEBRA II, & GEOMETRY
This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of "Identifying the Intervals of Increase & Decrease of Polynomial Functions". This is a BLENDED Activity where a hard copy(which

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DESMOS Graphing Calculator Steps for Middle and High School Math Algebra I (1) This step-by-step 131-slide presentation was developed for students enrolled in Algebra I (1)... It is aligned to VA 2016 SOLs. We were accustomed to using similar strategies with handheld calculators. Now, it's time to t

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Challenge your students to create a picture by graphing equations in Desmos, a free online graphing calculator (www.desmos.com)!Students will have the opportunity to: Create a picture by graphing linear equations with slope-intercept formExplore and Discover how to graph non-linear equationsAppl

Also included in: DESMOS Graphing Project Bundle (slope intercept form)

** This activity is available as a "GOOGLE INTERACTIVE" product HERE**This EMOJI activity is included inEMOJI - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions 50%+ OFF✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in"Identifying the Intervals of Increase & Decrease of Polynomial Function

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE Polynomial Functions

It's function time!One of my favorite ways to introduce function transformations to my students is to give them this activity, have them log into their Chrome books, and start exploring on the Desmos online graphing calculator. By the end of this activity, students end up with a pretty good idea of

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☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of "Solving Different Quadratic Systems of Equations". This is a BLENDED Activity where a hard copy(which is sold sepa

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Challenge your students to create a picture by graphing linear equations in Desmos, a free online graphing calculator (www.desmos.com).This project is perfect for Desmos beginners or experienced Desmos users. Students are encouraged to EXPLORE and DISCOVER graphing functions while creating objects,

Also included in: DESMOS Graphing Project Bundle (slope intercept form)

I created this activity because I could never find a discovery activity that I liked for transformations of functions. This activity begins with transformations of a parabola and then extends the idea to other parent functions on the final page. Each type of transformation (k, h, a, and sign of a) i

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These are guided notes for a lesson introducing students to Standard Form equations and the process of determining x- and y-intercepts. Using DESMOS, students can make conjectures about points on the y-axis having x values of zero and points on the x-axis having y values of zero. By graphing stan

This Algebra 1 interactive notes page has students use Desmos to investigate what the a and b values of a quadratic function do and how to find the axis of symmetry and vertex of a parabola. It then has students use the vertex and axis of symmetry to graph the parabola when given the function in st

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This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of "Solving System of Quadratic Inequalities and Determining whether a Given Point is a possible solution for the system or not". Students will work with 8 Questions where students have to Graph a given System of Inequalities and Check if

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This EMOJI Activity is part of:
☑ 2017 Google Interactive Membership {GROWING BUNDLE} - Current & Future Products
This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of "Predicting type of Solutions of Quadratic Equations". This is a BLENDED Activity where a hard copy(which is sold s

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This is a great student-led activity that gets your students using the Desmos Graphing Calculator, which is often used for state testing! It requires them to 1) Sketch the three types of solutions to a system of equation 2) Graph systems in Desmos and state how many solutions each has and explain th

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Introduction to these graphs:
1. Identity Function
2. Squaring Function
3. Cubing Function
4. Exponential Function
Each graph is introduced with a summary lesson, sample graphs, and an activity to be carried out using desmos.com. Can be carried out as a class or as homework. The student will use D

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I take students out to the field and launch water balloons at boxes (recreating an "Angry Birds" level). Students work in groups of four - two holding the slingshot, one pulling the water balloon, and one group photographer. When we come back to class, I have students upload their photo to Desmos an

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Introduction to these graphs:
1. Absolute Value Function
2. Cosine Function
3. Circle Function
4. Cardioid Function
Each graph is introduced with a summary lesson, sample graphs, and an activity to be carried out using desmos.com. Can be carried out as a class or as homework. The student will use

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10 main ideas - with definitions, examples, activities#1 - definition of a function, function notation, input/output#2 - finding domain graphically (uses desmos activity you will need to activate, search for domain/range @ teacher.desmos.com)#3 - finding domain algebraically - cut and paste, matchin

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During this investigation, students will use the calculator/graph on Desmos.com.
First, they will take a pre-test that will assess their knowledge of the basics of vertex-form equation. Next, they will following a series of steps to discover the following components of the vertex form equation:

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I use this investigation when I first introduce the Vertex Form of a Quadratic.....(they have seen a similar one of these in the vertex/point-slope form investigation with a linear function)
After the investigation I go over the last page with them in describing the transformation/translation that t

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