Students will multiply 16 radical problems (only square roots) which involve the following: monomial x monomial, monomial x binomial and binomial x binomial. When the problems are completed, they will cut the distorted picture apart and glue the correct section of the picture on top of the problem t
This House of Functions was created for Algebra II students. It can be made into a foldable house by pasting the front to the back.( I used different colors of card stock) It can be blown up and laminated creating a valuable learning tool or used on the class Word Wall.
Students have so much fun lea
I use this activity after I present notes to see how well the students understand the material. I also use this a warm up the next day to review.Each student has a whiteboard, dry-erase marker, and an eraser. I present the problem on the board. Students must show work and answer the question. They r
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The beginning of this activity can be skipped or used to introduce the concept of graphing piecewise functions. Students will graph 3 functions separately then cut the function based on the given domain. Then the