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It's a great day to discuss and share Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders! * Students begin the lesson by defining prisms * Students learn how to make clear identifications of the bases of prisms. * Students learn the name of faces on a prism that are not bases. * Students learn the name of
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What a great time I had with this lesson! * The lesson begins with a brief discussion as to the meaning of "Volume" and the relationship volume has to Geometric Solids. * It then progresses to volume measurement; two dimensions vs three dimensions * Students learn the difference between
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This is a program for the TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus. In order to use it, you must have one of these calculators, a cable to connect it to your computer, and TI-Connect (see preview for link to free download of this program). If you like this program, please consider purchasing my package of 40 prog
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A great way to make sure students are pacing themselves, and taking time to show all their work.
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TI-83 Plus & TI-84 Plus Programs This bundle includes the 40 programs listed below. After the list of all programs are lists of programs organized by course. Please look up the course you are teaching or studying to see which programs will be immediately useful to you or your students. The pro
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Scenario: Johnny is building a fish tank for a dentist office lobby. The dentist has asked that the tank be a rectangular prism (a box) such that the side lengths have the following measurements (given with a picture). Students use addition and multiplication of polynomials to answer various que
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Students will decode a joke by following the given set of directions... You are given a rectangular piece of sheet metal that must have a perimeter of 60 inches. For problems 1-4, you will convert this piece of sheet metal into a square prism. For problems 5-7, you will convert the metal into an
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In the following lab, students enjoy a "hands-on" activity to learn the reasoning behind the formulas used in calculating for volume in two solids, the pyramid and the prism. * Students draw the nets on poster board for a pyramid and a prism, given precise measurements. * Students carefully c
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