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Solving Absolute Value Inequalities and Compound Inequalities? This Choose Your Poison atypical worksheet offers great practice. Each row has three inequalities of mixed difficulty: 2 compound inequalities and 1 absolute value inequality per row. Students choose only 2 inequalities to solve per ro
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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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• Create oceans on your whiteboard/chalkboard/desks with blue paper or blue markers and label. • Divide class into teams of 3-4 students. • Give each team a problem card “ship”. • Every member of the group works the problem and raises their hand when they are done. You go over and check their work a
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This task requires students to work in pairs (so homogeneous pairing is very important here because they work together to move forward) to complete polynomial operations - addition, subtraction, multiplication, composition. Within their pairs, one student is A and the other student is B. Student A
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These 18 task cards are a great way to challenge your Algebra students and test their proficiency in solving radical expressions. Students should be familiar with the steps used to solve a radical equation: 1. Isolate one radical on one side of the equation 2. Raise each side of the equation to a po
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These are notes that I use in my Algebra I class (and an easy version of what I use in Algebra II!). I teach students to solve radical equtions with 'KENYA'. Anytime I say 'KENYA', which stands for the steps to solve the equation, I have the students raise and shake their hands while shouting 'YESSI
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