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Use the knowledge and equations of circles to solve these real world problems. There are four real world situations and one space for a student creation. This is a great alternative to a written assessment. Great for the End of the Year.

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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#byebye2020 Need a fun and creative way for students to demonstrate mastery of writing a quadratic equation when given three points in Algebra 2? In this a printable version of a project where students will create their own quadratic functions out of smiley faces or draw inspiration from real life o

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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I love doing this project with students. I have found that it helps them understand the piecewise functions a little bit more, and they have fun with this project.Students will take two locations and use a piecewise function to map their journey from one place to another. They practice graphing and

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10^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Instructions· Students complete problems 1-9· Students then color and cut out their flower petals· Students glue flower petals around the outside of the base circle given· Students pick a face and glue it in the middle as the center of their flower Students will have a chance to be creative with th

This project is assigned to the class at the end of the "Quadratic Functions" chapter. It contains challenging problems that are a bit beyond the level of the chapter and are intended to cause the student to think about how to apply his/her knowledge of quadratic functions. Four student versions ar

This project would be assigned after the "Linear Equations" chapter. This project requires the following student skills: graphing a linear equation, writing a linear equation in slope-intercept form, slope, including slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines, and midpoints.The student is given four

Students create a booklet using the key topics of the first trimester of Algebra 2. The handout includes all the topics - broken down by main concept - and requires students to include at least one example and either a reminder or important idea(s) for each topic. Students who create this booklet wi

This project cam be used in a precalculus, but it is recommended for use in algebra 2 classes, or perhaps an advanced class of algebra 1. The project explores the concept of slope to a degree not usually seen in an algebra 2 class. The student is given points in a three-dimensional coordinate system

This project is assigned at the end of the chapter "Introduction to Polynomials." The student is given seven different functions (which represents the subjects usually taught in the chapter). The functions contain any of real, complex, radical, and polynomial arithmetic. Each version is dedicated to

Students create a booklet using the key topics of the second half of Algebra. The handout includes all the topics - broken down by main concept - and requires students to include at least one example and either a reminder or important idea(s) for each topic. Students who create this booklet will hav

The subject of linear equations is somewhat simple for the students. This project add a bit of a challenge to the class by asking them to think about lines in three-dimensional space. They are given two points in three-dimensional space and asked to project the lines onto each plane (x-y, x-z, and y

This group project allows students to investigate the functionality of the focus point(s) of a conic section. The description challenges students to find a real-world application of how a focus point makes a specific conic section funcion. (Students in my classes have chosen flashlights, headlight

This project in meant to allow students to use their prior knowledge of functions and relations to investigate conic sections BEFORE the unit begins.
Included in this packet:
Instructions on how to do the project with the students.
Hand out to help the students investigate
Equation cards
Note ta

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10^{th} - 12^{th}

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This is a summative task that I have used for my Algebra 2 Series and Sequences Unit. This task asks students to develop a test and solution set for this unit based on these problems given to them. I use this task in lieu of a test for this unit. Topics include:Using recursive and explicit rules, b

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Algebra 2 - All Assessments - 3 versions of each

This is a project that I used with the students during module 2 for the Eureka Math Curriculum. This project allows the students to practice the statistics that they are studying in module 2.

Explore the graphs of Square and Cube Roots with this ready-to-use art project.
Included in this resource:
- Student pages
- Teacher's guide
Related Resources Include:
★ Law of Exponents and Scientific Notation Task Card Activity for Algebra 2
★ Law of Exponents and Scientific Notation Coded Int

Also included in: Radicals and Exponents Algebra 2 Curriculum Unit 6 Bundle

Students will need to draw picture that includes the 4 conic sections and create the equation for each. *Editable

Students will create a picture of a jack-o-lantern by using lines, circles, and other functions. They will then state the domain and range of each.

#mathsgivingThis Bundle of Algebra Math Anchor Charts! This bundle currently includes about 40+ total charts, and some may get added over time up until 50.If you purchase this resource, you will receive an update in your purchases letting you know to re-download the updated charts for free!This res

Parabola Selfie: Students will analyze a parabola in the real world by demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of the following skills:• Find a parabola in the real world and identify it’s dimensions• Graph the parabola and determine the following characteristics of the function:• Domain and

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Grades:

8^{th} - 10^{th}

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Also included in: Algebra 2 Activities Bundle

Ahoy! Thar's different ways to teach Systems 'o Equations 'n Inequalities. Take a voyage with me! (NOTE: This project is not written in English it is written in PIRATE). In this 21st Century Math Project, students work develop their graphing linear equations and inequalities skills through three dif

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7^{th} - 12^{th}

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