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This color-coded table of Common Reference Angles helps students learn the basic trig values in both radians and degrees. Students can see patterns by way of the colors. It is an excellent reference sheet for Calculus students, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, and Dual enrollment. It is presented in exact

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Also included in: Trigonometric Functions Unit Bundle for PreCalculus and Trigonometry

In this super secret number puzzle, students will practice working with finding approximations of the area between a curve and the x-axis. Students should be familiar with Riemann Sums (Left, Right, and Midpoint) and the Trapezoidal Rule.
Students find the answers to each of the six questions and

Also included in: Calculus Super Secret Number Puzzles Bundle

In this super secret number puzzle, students work with equations of tangent lines. Students need to know how to find the equation of a tangent line, the equation of a normal line, and how to find where a function has a horizontal tangent line.
Students find the answers to each of the eight questio

Also included in: Calculus Bundle-First Semester- Limits, Derivatives, Applications of Derivatives

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Solving exponential and logarithmic equations are fun and engaging in this mystery project. In this project students will work to test the stories of four suspects, Mrs. White, Colonel Mustard, Miss Scarlet, and Professor Plum. Each suspect has a defense for the crime but only math can prove if they

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In this super secret number puzzle, students will practice finding important features of the original function, the first derivative of the function, and the second derivative of a function given a graph. Students need to know how to find where functions are increasing and decreasing, where functio

Also included in: Calculus Bundle-First Semester- Limits, Derivatives, Applications of Derivatives

"What are we doing today??" I love it when my students ask and I am able to say "A game!!" This match games gets the students working with a partner, talking about math and reviewing limits all at the same time.
To play, cut apart the four sets of questions cards. One false solution is provided

In this activity, students must find the definite integral that is equivalent to each summation expression as n approaches infinity. It is great prep for the AP Calculus exam, where these questions frequently come up and students often lack practice for it.
This activity requires NO PREP, answer s

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