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This emoji themed graphing circles activity will strengthen your students’ skills in graphing equations of circles in standard form.
To create each emoji the student graphs 1-3 circles. The facial features of the emoji are created by plotting the given points. To complete the activity students wi

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Students will gain practice with identifying the center and radius of equations of circles. This cut and paste activity is a great alternative to the daily worksheet and is fun for your students! This activity can be worked independently or with a partner. This activity serves as a great self check

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Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down

Have your children write equations for circles provided a variety of information!
Given the equation, can your students match the graph and provide other information about the circle such as its' area, circumference, center, radius?
Given the area and its' center, can your students write the equatio

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The students will use colored pencils to graph equations of circles, and then fill out a chart describing the transformations shown in each circle. They will also match various graphs to their corresponding equations.

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on writing equations of circles. 8 problems use the center and radius while 4 problems use a graph. One of the graph problems applies the distance formula to find the radius. I used 6 colors in the design.
For more complicated problems on equa

Students will practice writing the equation of a circle given the center and radius, center and diameter, a graph, the center and a point through which the circle passes, the endpoints of a diameter, the area, or the circumference of the circle. This activity was designed for a high school level geo

A set of 20 task cards on writing equations of circles. Some of the problems involve writing equations using the center and radius while some involve writing the equation from a graph. Two involve completing the square. Six involve graphing the equations. Two are on writing an equation from a ce

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This is a fun coloring activity over Solving Literal Equations.
The student solves the equation, circles their answer from among 3 choices and then colors in a tessellation design. All equations are actual mathematical equations or formulas and involve only one or two steps to solve. Some equations

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Students will be given the center and radius of a circle and must identify the correct equation for that circle. Their answers will be used to solve a fun riddle.
**This product can also be found in the Circle Value Pack**

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It is a fun and exciting way to graph the equation of a circle by drawing a teddy bear. Students will simply draw a circle from the given equation that will form the head, nose, eyes, ears, body and other parts of the teddy bear, There is also a variation in the form of question or problem for those

This is a coloring activity for a set of 10 problems on writing equations of circles. 4 problems use the center and radius while 4 problems use the diameter and 2 problems use a point on the circle.
For more complicated problems on equations of circles, please check out my task cards on equations

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There are 5 different stations that have all different types of problems dealing with writing and understanding circles and their equations. Below is a list of what each station requires to be completed:
1. Write an equation given a picture or center and radius/diameter.
2. Find the center a

In this activity, students will solve systems of non-linear equations. There are 11 problems. Types of equations include: parabolas, lines, circles, ellipses, and polynomials. Make sure these problems are appropriate for your students - download the preview and look at the thumbnails to see pro

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Circles: My Favorite No!
Geometry practice for grades 8-12.
Promote class discussion and student's analytical thinking while practicing concepts related to circles! Circles: My Favorite No! is an activity that can be used as a warm-up, or as an exit ticket/closure activity for eleven different con

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Equations of Circles
In this lesson, students will learn to write an equation of a circle when given a description, how to graph a circle when given an equation, and how to write an equation from a graph.
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• Warm-Up - The warm-up reviews circle vocabulary.
• Guided Notes - The notes a

Geometry - Equation of a Circle
Common Core Aligned Lesson with Homework
This lesson includes:
-Lecture Notes (PDF, SMART Notebook, and PowerPoint)
-Blank Lecture Notes (PDF and SMART Notebook)
-Homework (PDF)
-Answer Key (PDF)
You do not need to have SMART Notebook or PowerPoint to receive the fu

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This is a fun and interesting activity for students to demonstrate their knowledge of an equation of a circle. This activity can be used in both a Geometry and Algebra 2 class, and it uses the TI-83 graphing calculator. Students are given several different recognizable figures composed of circles, a

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This is a hands-on project for geometry students. Students will use equations of circle to construct circles and create a picture using five circles. All equations of these circles must be written and included with the project. Students are able to use creative thinking and create a product while wo

I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of what today's lesson will be about. I start out with a graph of two points on my overhead projector, such as (6, 7) which is the center of the circle, and (9, 11), which is a point on the circle, and then we

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Research is showing coloring in the classroom activates the brain!
Given the center and the radius of a circle, students will write the equation of the circle. Then, they will color the design based on their solutions.
Introduce pop art and practice an Algebra & Geometry skill!
Even my high

This is a powerpoint game on angles and arcs in circles. Use as a game (22 problems) where students will lose points 2 times or use as a review (24 problems). I've included 32 problems to choose from.
Posted: 3/30/16 so 50% off through 4/2/16
There are now 11 powerpoint games to choose from.

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Students will practice writing the equations of circles and get feedback on their answers as they do so. This is a great practice activity for students just learning the skill.
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-writing the equation given graph/info
-writing equation given center and point
-given graph, write equatio

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Equations of Circles – Math puzzle
Finding the center and radius of a circle given its equation.
I’ve included two different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only two pages and it great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice with in class or at home. T

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I like to have my students "discover" the equation of a circle, as opposed to simply giving them the formula and having them work with it.
I have them start with applying the Pythagorean Theorem to a right triangle with its hypotenuse spanning from the center of a circle to a point on the circle.

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There are 6 different shaped Tarsia puzzles including a hexagon, triangle, square, diamond, circle, and dominoes. Students use the given information on one puzzle piece to write the equation of the circle then find it on another card, matching the edges. Together, all the pieces create the larger sh

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In the past, I've never been completely satisfied just giving students the formula for a circle and having them apply it -- I always felt it was accessible enough that students could figure it out themselves.
On the other hand, whenever I lectured them and showed them how it works -- how it's based

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This document contains 24 Equation of Circles Task Cards that tests the knowledge of the concept. Questions increase in difficulty. Questions include:
-Identifying the center and radius from standard form
-Writing standard form using center and radius
-Writing standard form using center and diamete

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Given the center and radius of a circle, students will write the equation of the circle, locate the answer in an answer bank and color the Christmas tree correctly.

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems using an ordered pair and the radius to write the equation of a circle. There are 3 versions on Equations of Circles. This is the easiest version of the three.
Posted: 5/14/16 so 50% off through 5/17/16

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Equation of a Circle Coloring Activity
This is a self checking coloring activity. This is appropriate for a Pre-Calc class, Algebra 2, or honors Geometry.
There are 18 questions, 2 from each of the following guidelines
Given a Graph
Given the center and the area
Given the center and the circumfere

Equations of Circles Completing the Square Scavenger Hunt Activity
During this activity, students travel around the room to find the center of each circle. For each station, students are given an equation of a circle. Each equation is written in standard conic form, and students must use the comple

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This product contains 20 digital task cards. "Boom Cards" are digital and self-checking task cards that can played on their desktops, laptops, netbooks, chromebooks, ipads, iphones, android tablets and phones, or kindle-fire tablets.
Students will find the center or radius of a circle from a stand

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Set includes 20 pairs of matching cards, half with the graph of a circle and the other half has the equation of the graphed circle. Students practice identifying graphs of equations. Cut out cards and laminate for reuse if desired, or have students use individual cards to create posters/displays.

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This activity was created for a Geometry course. It provides students with multiple opportunities to practice graphing equations of circle while connecting to the concept of GPS. Students are given sets of 3 equations and asked to graph them and then graphically approximate the point of intersection

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Students will identify the center and radius from the general form equation of a circle. Students will need to complete the square to put the equation in standard form. This small group activity can be use with VersaTiles or as a card sort. VersaTiles are a great way to differentiate instruction

This is a collaborative (4-per-group) discovery lesson through which students will derive the equation of a circle using the 16 points from the unit circle, distance formula, Pythagorean Theorem, and/or special right triangles.
Includes a bellringer warm-up, lesson notes (good if you're being obser

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The instructions for students to draw a bear, cat and dog using equations of circles and a compass. Drawings will be similar to photos

Divide students into groups of four. Each group will receive a set of placements (1-5, depending on time). Each student will complete his/her problem that is closest to them on a whiteboard.After all members of the group have finished, the group will add all of their answers together. One students w

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This is a coloring activity for a set of 12 problems on writing equations of circles using a point and the radius. There are two coloring choices, one with a red background and one with an orange background. There are 3 different coloring activities on this topic.
Posted: 8/31/16 so 50% off thr

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8 stations-8 problems at each station!
Students choose 2 problems at each station to complete!
You can also choose to do just one problem per station and a separate student answer sheet is included if you choose to do so!
Station A: Given the center & Radius of a circle, write the equation of

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This activity is composed of four different stations. It is intended to be used with students who understand how to find the the center and radius of a circle given various pieces of information, and then write the equation of a circle. This activity is intended to allow students to explore the ar

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Using three drawings of a circle, students can develop the equation of a circle. Students first find 4 easy points that are 5 units from the center of a circle. Next the students use the Pythagorean Theorem to find that eight other points are also 5 units from the center. Then the students use an

This is a scoot game or walk around the room activity with 20 problems on equations of circles. Students will write equations of circles, graph equations of circles, find the center and radius of a circle, and use the midpoint formula and distance formula.
Enclosed are four versions. One with a blu

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In this activity students will work problems involving the equation of a circle. They will graph circles and find equations given a graph, a center and radius, a center and point on the circle, and endpoints of a diameter. They will also change equations into transformation form and identify the cir

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This ready-to-use set of color-coded graphic organizers for interactive notebooks includes notes for Conic Sections circles. These organizers were created for Algebra 2.
This resource includes:
-Color-coded graphic organizer for circles including completing the square to find the equation of a cir

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This assessment focused on graphing circles and writing equations of circles in standard form given various information. Students will also practice completing the square to write the equation of a circle. This can be used as a mini quiz or a review worksheet.

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Students write equations of circles given the center and radius in this matching card activity. One half of the 18 pairs of matching cards has a center of a circle and the radius and the other half has the equations of circles. Students work individually, in pairs or small groups to match the cards.

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Students explore various circles centered at the origin to determine the general form of the equation. They then determine the equation of circles centered at (h, k) with a radius of r.
Students appreciate being guided to new discoveries. This investigation has quick wins that keeps students moving

This is a one-sided coloring page with 9 questions over Equations of Circles.
Using the given information (center and radius or graph), the student identifies the equation of the circle from three choices and then colors in the fractal design.
Why not color something mathematical? Key included.

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This lesson plan and activity were created to allow students to explore a real life situation involving graphing circles. Students will get lots of practice writing equations for circles and graphing circles on a coordinate plane as well as using some problem solving skills to make their own decisio

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The circle is a very common but interesting shape, with a vast array of properties. Circles are used in many ways and in numerous places to create a host of mathematical designs. They are found in art, social studies, science, math, on buildings, and even on our bodies. We learn about the “family

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