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Guided/scaffolded notes and interactive/foldable activities are perfect for Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, or Integrated Math students. Focused notes help students to take clear and effective notes during math lessons, can be used for introducing new topics or for review, and can be used with any curricul

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Also included in: Matrix (Matrices) Unit Bundle - Interactive Notebook Activities

These pages are perfect for homework, independent practice, and review. You can use them for review of current topics or spiral review at the end of the year. There is a designated page of practice problems for each topic listed AND teacher keys are included. ***Extra Practice Sheets for the Introd

Also included in: High School Math Student Practice Pages Bundle

These notes are used introduce the concept of a matrix and its parts. It does not go into any operations. Instead, it explains the parts of a matrix, how to determine the dimension, how to locate an element, and how to create a matrix from an application problem. It is correlated to Glencoe's Alg

This graphing calculator lab is designed for the Algebra I student. It teaches students how to enter matrices on the TI-84, how to add and subtract matrices, and how to multiply a matrix by a scalar. It also includes solving systems of two equations using reduced row echelon form. There are two sect

In this hyperdoc, students will research real world uses of matrices. Students will watch videos to learn how to classify matrices by their order, how to add and subtract matrices. Students will also complete scalar multiplication problems and solve matrix equations. This product is perfect for usi

Power-Point presentation, 7 slides, Explaining what are matrices and the vocabulary related to matrices.Based in the IB Maths Syllabus for Applications and interpretations.Worksheet with Exam-style questions along with the answers.

These completely editable Introduction to Matrices assessments are perfect for pre- and post-tests in the Algebra 2 classroom. Two versions of the test are included (10 questions on each test), and answer keys are provided if you choose to give the assessments as-is. These tests have many uses, incl

Also included in: Algebra 2 Curriculum Pack Bundle

These guided notes introduce students to the purpose of matrices. There are many real life examples on how a matrix can be used to organize and display information. Basics of matrices such as dimensions (order), elements, locations, transpose, row and column matrices, size and number of elements a

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Notes and assignment over an Introduction to Matrices for Algebra 2. TUTORIAL VIDEO included (no prep to you!) and can be found on my YouTube Channel: mandy’s math world - the video is on the Algebra 2 Unit 3B: Matrices playlist! This is GREAT for distance learning as well as for students who are ab

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9^{th} - 11^{th}

These notes are used introduce the basics of matrix operations: addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication. It is correlated to Glencoe's Algebra I Book, but can be used for any book or lesson. It starts with an area for the essential question, definitions, examples, and finally an area for

A matrix is a way to organize data in columns and rows. A matrix is written inside brackets [ ]. Each item in a matrix is called an entry. In mathematics, a matrix (plural matrices, or less commonly matrixes) is a rectangular array of numbers.
This guide is an excellent one for anyone who wants to l

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Notes on what a matrix is, row operations, and operations with matrices.
I copy these front and back then cut them in half to save on paper and to tape in their notebook. There are 3 pages. Page 4 and 5 are filled out for you in case you don't have time in class to fill in the blanks or for student

This worksheet is designed to introduce students to the concept of a matrix, with basic examples provided.
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of what today's lesson will be about. Once the mini-lesson is over, I have them get to work within the

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- Class Notes (Two different 'sections') for organizing data into matrix form, and matrix multiplication. **PLEASE SEE "*NOTE" BELOW, for adding and subtracting matrices is already implied.- A sheet named "Helpful Hints Regarding Matrix Multiplication", with practice problems and built-in answer ke

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Students were given this assignment with a substitute after being introduced to finding matrix inverses on a calculator. The worksheet includes step-by-step examples (using a graphing calculator) and several independent practice problems to check for understanding. Topics covered are finding matrix

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In this PDF you will find theory on defining a matrix, its dimension ans how we symbolize its elements. The theory is accompanied by worked examples and in the end there are 20 exercises.

This lesson plan on Matrices includes:-Introduction to Matrices-Naming a matrix by rows and columns-Adding and subtracting matrices-Multiplying matrices-Determinant of a 2x2 matrix-Inverse of a 2x2 matrixIncluded are notes, an answer key to the notes, homework worksheet, answers, and a bellwork/warm

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Also included in: Matrices Unit

This resource is an introductory worksheet to Matrices for Core Pure 1 and 2 from Edexcel’s A-Level Further MathsIt can also be applied however to all over major exam boards such as AQA and OCRThe resource covers:Addition/Subtraction of matricesMultiplication by a scalarDimensions of matrices and th

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This is the Unit Test and Answer Key to accompany the videos, video quizzes, and worksheets in my Algebra 2 Unit 1 curriculum.

Two of our best selling math products are now offered in one convenient bundle. Please check out our full-length previews for a closer look.Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math

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Introduction to Matter Jeopardy: This highly visual and editable Jeopardy game will have your students fully engaged and asking for more review activities like it. It contains 4 categories of questions and 20 questions in total.
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Also included in: Chemistry Unit - Editable All in One Bundle - 67 Resources and Growing

This 61 slide PowerPoint Presentation will serve as the perfect guide to any introduction unit on economics. This PowerPoint Presentation asks for students to engage in class discussion, brainstorming, debate, etc....
Topics covered include:
- Definition of Economics
- Scarcity = The Fundamental P

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8^{th} - 12^{th}, Adult Education

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The following 4-page document is a study guide movie packet to guide a viewer's analysis of the 1999 film "The Matrix" directed by Andy and Lana Wachowski. The study guide can be used for study in an English or film studies class. The first page provides a cast and crew list and a background and int

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Plato's Cave, The Hero's Journey, Epic Storytelling, Time Travel, and more are covered in these three films! Each viewing guide is classroom tested with excellent results. Guides to three ground-breaking films to show for your science fiction or intro to film class! 30+ questions for each filmShort

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