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Want your PreCalculus or Trigonometry students to practice calculating arc length and finding the area of sectors? These sequencing activities will give your students engaging practice with determining the length of an arc and computing the area of sectors in circles using a given central angle and

A preAP Algebra 2 end of unit or Precalculus review/unit brush up of Logarithmic functions in multiple bases and exponential functions including some growth and decay.
Circuit worksheets are similar to traditional worksheets but contain all the answers in a way that lead a student sequentially thro

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Are you looking for a fun and engaging way for students to practice converting between degrees and radians? These two sequencing activities will provide your students with an opportunity to convert from radians to degrees and degrees to radians.
Two versions of this sequencing activity are include

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Exponential and Log Equations Activity: What's Next? is a 5-10 minute in-class activity that is really helpful for students to practice determining which approach to use without having to complete the entire problem! In fact, they will not be solving any questions at all, but instead, answering mult

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Want your PreCalculus or Trigonometry students to master determining the trigonometric function values of angles on the unit circle? This sequencing activity will give your students engaging practice evaluating the sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent functions at special angle va

Radical Equations Activity: First Step, Stop! is an activity that is really helpful for students to practice determining which approach to use without having to complete the entire problem! It is great for sequential problems, such as solving equations. The best part about it is that it is very effe

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Quadratic Equations Activity: First Step, Stop! is an activity that is really helpful for students to practice determining which approach to use without having to complete the entire problem! It is great for sequential problems, such as solving equations. The best part about it is that it is very ef

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Quadratic Equations Activity: What's Next? is an activity that is really helpful for students to practice determining which approach to use without having to complete the entire problem! In fact, they will not be solving any questions at all, but instead, answering multiple-choice questions about p

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Want your PreCalculus or Trigonometry students to master determining the trigonometric function values of angles (in degrees) on the unit circle? This sequencing activity will give your students engaging practice evaluating the sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent functions at spe

Rational Expressions and Equations Activity: What's Next? is an activity that is really helpful for students to practice determining which approach to use without having to complete the entire problem! In fact, they will not be solving any questions at all, but instead, answering multiple-choice que

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