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PreCalculus, Trigonometry: Polar Coordinates This is the sixth lesson in an eight-lesson unit on APPLICATIONS OF TRIGONOMETRY for students enrolled in PreCalculus, College Algebra, or Trigonometry. The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson: ✎ Two choices for note-taking
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Polar Coordinates This file contains one interactive page that your students could use to practice plotting polar coordinates. Students move the points to the correct place on the polar graph. I have also included a paper copy that you can use in case of emergency (no wi-fi access…substitute...no
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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 journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview
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This is a READING assignment I give to my Pre-Calculus students. The students read the information given and must use previous knowledge and skills to discover new information. Critical thinking skills are used to discover how to convert rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates and vice versa. T
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Included in this zip file are 9 PDF files. 4 files are instruction, 1 file is graph paper and 4 are assignments. A brief description of each: PDF Instruction file #1 is a 5 page file. An example of a real world problem is given where rectangular and polar forms are used. Negative poles and rotation
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This self checking worksheet has polar coordinates which are to be converted to rectangular coordinates and vice versa. The solutions are crossed off at the bottom of the page to reveal the solution to a riddle.
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This is a polar coordinates battleship game to play with precalculus or calculus students. It helps them to learn about graphing polar coordinates.
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Learning polar coordinates is sometimes a challenge. Let students practice writing these ordered pairs and plotting them on polar graph paper with a fun game, Connect Four! This include the game board and teacher directions complete with images of winning connect fours. This is a short activity
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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 journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview
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Practice graphing with polar coordinates by having your students embark on a date in this love themed project! The cardiod (heart), lemniscate (bow), rose curve (flower) and more are explored! There is a calculator portion where students reveal a butterfly and a portion where they can create their
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This self checking worksheet features one polar axis with 18 points and 39 different ordered pairs. The student search for the ordered pairs and write the letter of the point to reveal the solution to a riddle. The r values are both positive and negative. The angle values are in both positive and
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This is a packet of 7 worksheets on polar coordinates. 1 - ploting points in the system, graphing basic equations such as r = #, and naming the same point 4 ways. 1 - graphing a polar equation and identifying it as a rose. 5 other questions asking to identify the curve (limacon, etc.) 1-Converting p
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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 journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview
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Polar Coordinates, No Prep, Interactive Activities for PreCalculus and Trigonometry In this fun activity your students practice both graphing polar coordinates and also finding equivalent forms of polar coordinates. Students first graph 10 points by dragging the points and their coordinates onto a
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A task to take your students through discovery of what polar coordinates are and the graphs that they make. Students should be able to complete this alone or with a partner with little to no instruction - as stated, an investigation! The investigation will take students through the following: Pa
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Vector Magnitude was once a difficult topics for my students, so I spent a lot of time developing a very simple introduction that would give them the comprehension they needed to succeed. Now it's one of the easiest topics in my physics course. This study guide starts with simple polar coordinates
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This game is very similar to Milton Bradley's game 'Guess Who.' The students divide into groups. Each student receives a Character Board and a Student Worksheet. The students answer problems involving naming polar coordinates given a graph with points as well as selecting the point which does not na
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Included in this zip file are 7 Power Point files. 2 files are instruction, 1 file is graph paper and 4 are assignments. A brief description of each: Power Point Instruction file #1 is a 38 slide Power Point Presentation. An example of a real world problem is given where rectangular and polar fo
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This game is very similar to Milton Bradley's game 'Guess Who.' The students divide into groups. Each student receives a Character Board and a Student Worksheet. The students answer problems involving naming polar coordinates as well as changing polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates and vi
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Students will work on 12 Polar Coordinate problems, such as identifying polar graphs and converting between polar and rectangular form for points and equations. To complete the circuit, they will have to complete all of the problems. They will get to "self-check" by the time they finish, because ea
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For the student wondering why anyone would want to know anything about complex numbers, here's a real-world application. Electrical reactance and resistance combine as impedance, and this lesson shows how these quantities can be combined using polar coordinates, Cartesian coordinates, complex numbe
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This jigsaw puzzle was designed to help students with converting between rectangular and polar form of a coordinate , identifying another polar coordinate , and graphing polar coordinates. The activity is designed as a puzzle sort and match. Students are given 32 puzzle pieces to match in sets of
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Precalculus Polar Coordinates and Equations Quiz This quiz covers: converting polar to rectangular, converting rectangular to polar (coordinates and equations), graphing. Key included.
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This is the thirteenth in a series of major topics in trigonometry, adapted from a series of lessons that I wrote for homeschoolers. it goes into great detail about what the system is and how it works. There are many examples and graphs to illustrate how to graph in this system. Websites are noted f
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