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Geometry Chapter 9 Circles Bundle covers the following topics:
1. Basic Terms for a Circle
2. Tangents of a Circle
3. Arcs and Central Angles
4. Arcs and Cords
5. Inscribed Angles
6. Other Angles
7. Circles and Lengths of Segments
The following is included in this bundle:
1. Basics terms of a circl

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********* If you have purchased our Algebra 2 Bundle you already have a lot of the material contained in this packet. We have a separate small bundle of the Pre-Calculus items that are not included in the Algebra 2 Bundle so that you can purchase the additional notes for Pre-Calc that are not includ

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Here is my FULL YEAR GUIDED NOTES Option PRECALCULUS CURRICULUM for students enrolled in PRECALCULUS HONORS. You will find more than 200 days of instructional content to create a unique PreCalculus course that will meet your district, state, and school requirements. Each daily lesson includes✎ A set

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Trigonometry PreCalculus Final Exam or Practice Test. This great review resource includes 4 different versions of a Final Exam for Trigonometry for the Trig Part of PreCalculus. Each test includes 40 well chosen representative questions in multiple choice and free response format. The assessment

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PreCalculus Conic Sections Huge Review Test Study Guide 200 questions.
Five different assessments!! 200 different questions!! Conics Unit Exam/Practice/Review Packet for PreCalculus, Algebra 2, College Algebra, even Calculus 2 or AP Calculus BC.
Each test/study guide includes 40 well chosen rep

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Also included in: Conic Sections - Analytic Geometry Activity Bundle

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PreCalculus Review of Trigonometry Topics with 40 Task Cards plus 2 Exams.
This packet is designed for Trigonometry and/or PreCalculus. It is a review of the major topics of Trigonometry or the Trigonometry part of PreCalculus in preparation for an end of semester exam.
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Solving Polynomial Inequalities
This activity is designed for Algebra 2 or PreCalculus. In this activity students solve polynomial inequalities by the graph and test method. Solutions are left in interval Notations.
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☑ 24 Task Cards with problems including quadratic and other

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Also included in: Unit 2 Polynomial and Rational Functions PreCalculus

Teacher Notes
The topic included in these notes is Solving Polynomial equations using the Rational Root Theorem and Synthetic Division.
Included are 4 different examples using the Rational Root Theorem:
1) Solving a cubic polynomial with lead coefficient > 1
2) Solving a cubic trinomial with l

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Solving Quadratic Equations Comic Book Fun Notes and Practice Your students will love this great new set of practice problems for solving Quadratic Equations. This resource gives your students extra practice and pairs well with my Solving Quadratics Flip Book, and the Solving Quadratics Doodle Notes

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Also included in: Algebra 1 No Prep FUN Notes Bundle

This product is a resource for reviewing after a unit on Trigonometry. The two-paged test review is open-ended and requires students to draw diagrams and solve for missing sides and angles. Students will practice Right Triangle Trigonometry as well as Non-Right Triangle Trigonometry (with the Law of

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Trigonometry Notes + Basic Trigonometric Identities
These are my best notes about sine cosine and tangent.
Sine rule, Cosine rule, and how to solve an equation contains cosine, sine, or cosine (With many examples)
Basic Trigonometric Identities: Fundamental Identities, Addition formulas, ...and mo

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This handout describes the relationship between a function and its inverse. It lists the steps to find the inverse of a function, focuses on domain and range of both, describes the horizontal line test, and the relationship between the graphs of functions and their inverses and the line y = x.
Dood

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Within this set of 20 Board Sessions you will find nearly everything that a student either in a high school AB AP class, or a university Calculus I course, needs to know to do well in the NO CALCULTOR part of her/his course. Not only are important problems given, but fairly in depth solutions

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Complete conics offers notes, examples, formulas and graphs; includes circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas. Topics include standard and general forms, center, foci, vertices, directrix, horizontal vs. vertical, latus rectum, eccentricity, completing the square, solving systems, and more.. Ea

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Inviting instructors to take a look at the following power point covering The International System of Units (the metric system).
* The lesson begins with a brief discussion over the meaning of he S.I. abbreviation
* This discussion is followed by an introduction to the 7 Base Units within the In

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Drive Instruction with instructional resources that live in the cloud on Google Drive! All of the docs are COMPLETELY EDITABLE and can be differentiated to meet your needs or the needs of your students. PDFs are also included in the download if that you prefer to them that way. Each Drive Instructio

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Also included in: Drive Instruction - All of It - Bundle Warmups / Slides / Notes / Tests+++

When my Precalculus/ Trigonometry/ IB students are learning about functions, sequence, and series, I like to give them a "group/practice test" about a week before giving them a summative assessment. Then I schedule the "real" test about a week later. (If I call this practice test a "review," they

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These notes correspond with my First and Second Derivative Tests and Concavity PowerPoint. Students may follow along as you go through the power point and make their own notes. This hopefully saves time and allows students to focus more on the concept rather than trying to get everything written dow

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Soduku puzzles are solvable only through logical deductions, with no guessing.
This Logic Sudoku Test includes 3 puzzles:
*Trainee level
*Practitioner level puzzle requires deductive techniques that you don't know
*Sensei level requires techniques that are so complicated that no human can do them

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In this packet, you will find notes, homework, and a quiz on decomposition of partial fractions.
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8 examples of partial fraction problems that can be used as scaffolded notes given by the teacher
5 homework problems
Quiz with 6 questions
Answer key included.

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33 questions testing on rules and operations involving radicals and exponents, including GCF, LCM, number types, ordering least to greatest, radical and exponent basic rules, nested operations, multi-operations and word problems.
Answer key includes notes on PLO for each question.
Does not inclu

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Would you like to see more of Wisewire’s educational resources in your school? Help your administrator register your school to get started (it’s easy and free). Earn a $50 coupon while you’re at it (available to use in the Wisewire Marketplace). Register Your SchoolOur playlists are “no prep” Common

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Students love to apply previously learned material to more advanced operations! This lesson on Solving Radical Equations is both challenging and manageable for students!
* Students begin with instruction on how to clear radicals from their equations.
* Students learn about and understand that b

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I totally enjoy teaching students about radicals, and Rational Exponents are especially fun!
* In this lesson, students learn about Radial Notation
* Students learn about Rational Exponent Notation
* Students learn that the Product of Powers Property holds true for fractional exponents
* St

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