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This worksheet is great for applying what students have learned about geometric and arithmetic sequences and series to money and finances. Students will have compare different types of salary raises as well as different ways of investing money to see which offers the biggest payout. These are IB sty

The file contains five documents for use in Algebra II or Algebra, Functions and Data Analysis (VA). The first four (Magazine Madness, Professional Periodicals, Read It, and Reading King) are the individual activity sheets that students can work on individually in class or as homework. Each docume

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Multiply a number by a percent
- Divide one number by another
- Use rules of expo

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"When am I ever going to use this?"
It is a question that has plagued math teachers for decades. Now you can answer the question with an activity built around a real-world context.
Focusing on these NCTM standards:
- Multiply a number by a percent
- Divide one number by another
- Use rules of expo

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Bring real-world applications that are relevant to students with this linear equations project on college costs. Students examine the cost of individual colleges and compare colleges using linear equations. For students ready for systems of equations, students evaluate the impact of grant money

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Also included in: Linear Equations Project and Compound Interest Project Cost of College Bundle

Teaching exponential functions? In this activity students will compare linear and exponential models and solve problems, observe using tables that a quantity increasing exponentially eventually exceeds a quantity increasing linearly, and write a function that describes a relationship between two qua

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Multiplying Powers
This product contains the following PDF files: A 4-page “partner A exponents” activity, a 4-page “partner B exponents” activity, an answer key, and suggested instructions for using this product.
While working on this activity, each partner will cut out and match equivalent expr

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Bring real-world applications that are relevant to students with this linear equations digital project on college costs. Great for 1:1 classrooms.Students examine the cost of individual colleges and compare colleges using linear equations. For students ready for systems of equations, students ev

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Curriculum

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Financing a Vehicle: A Lesson on Direct Variation
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Students will choose three vehicles and prices from internet resources and choose add-ons from a provided table to calculate the total value of each vehicle. These total values will then be used to apply dir

Save money by purchasing this fun-filled bundle. This bundle includes twelve different activities that will allow students to practice the basic principles of trigonometry. Here are the activities that are included:
• I Do, We Do, You Do: Right Triangle Trigonometry and Soh CahToa
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION (Check the bottom for the contents of this product): This project has students build mathematical equations & inequalities that estimate how much they should expect to spend on a vacation to one of two foreign countries that interest them.For each country, students research a

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The best way to introduct students to exponential functions, and how they are fundamentally different from linear and quadratic functions.
In a slight twist from the ancient "You can have a million dollars right now, or a penny today, two pennies tomorrow, four the next, etc." problem, email scamme

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The Money in the Bank Exponential v. Linear activity explores exponential growth through investigation.The activity provides students with two options for investing money over a specific time-span. Students are prompted to follow a series of questions that include writing equations using given infor

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This activity allows students to analyze credit cards and interest rates. This challenging task gives students a glimpse into how credit card companies promote different cards and use interest to make money. The task focuses on one central idea -- Christian wants to apply for a credit card to buy a

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Have your students do some online research to "buy a house" and "take out a loan". They'll calculate the interest and see a real life example of compound interest. The students have an awesome time comparing houses across the country and seeing how much money they will have to spend in the end.

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Save money by purchasing this fun-filled bundle. This bundle includes three different activities that will allow students to practice solving multi-step linear equations. Here are the activities that are included:
•QR Math Pong: Solving Linear Equations
•Emoji Math: Solving Multi-S

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Students research the cost of attending the 4 year university of their choice for all 4 years and compare that to attending a community college for 2 years, then transferring to the university for the final 2 years. They use the average increase in tuition for the past 4 years for both schools to p

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