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Students get moving finding domain and range. Students can start on any of the 20 posters. On the first poster, they will find domain or range (it will be noted on the poster which they should find), mark it on their answer sheet (included) and then find their answer on the top of another poster in
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*Now includes both printable PDF and digital GOOGLE Slides versions.Students match 24 puzzle pieces to create 6 completed puzzles. Each will have:1 piece showing a function1 piece showing the function's inverse1 piece showing the graphs of both functions1 piece showing tables of both functionsThis a
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This activity is designed to help students with graphing piecewise-defined functions (or with writing them). This activity also gets students up and about. Place the 10 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick any card to begin with. They should graph the function on the bottom of th
Students must using Completing the Squares to solve quadratic equations. May also be used to practice using the square root property to solve quadratics. There are 2 versions of this activity. 14 equations for each set. Level 1: All solutions are integers, all equations (after completing the squ
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With references for radians and degrees, 30, 45 and 60 degree right triangles and their cosine and sine values, and coordinate pairs, this word wall is a useful reference for Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry or Precalculus students working with the unit circle. Also includes quadrant labels (not sh
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This activity tests a student's ability to work with rational expressions by finding the perimeters (add), areas (multiply) and side lengths (divide) of rectangles. Students like the link between rationals and finding areas and perimeters. Key with fully factored answers and grading rubric included.
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This is a review activity for Law of Sines and Cosines. Students will be asked to find an angle or a side of the given non-right triangle. They will need to determine which law to use and how to use it to solve the problems. Included are 2 version of this activity. - One with 10 cards for use as
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SOlve, Decode and Unscramble!! Get this fun Christmas theme Linear equation worksheet in your math class and your student won't even complain solving 24 linear equation problems rather letting them solve in a plain worksheet. In this worksheet, each answer in the equation is equivalent to a letter
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This scavenger hunt has 15 problems in which students will evaluate trigonometric functions at any angle. This can be used with a unit circle or without. Print out the 15 problems and place them around your room. Give each student an answer worksheet and assign them a place to start. You can do th
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Great intuitive activity. Students determine the equation of a polynomial function from a graph guided by notes and examples.This activity is designed for PreCalculus. Students determine the minimum degreed polynomial in factored form from a graph. The problems includes repeated roots and also find
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Identifying and Graphing Conic Sections - Stations Activity (Circles, Ellipses, Hyperbolas, and Parabolas) In this activity, students will practice identifying conic sections, convert to standard form, and identify all key characteristics. This includes circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas.
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*Now includes both printable PDF and digital GOOGLE Slides versions for distance learning.Students match graphs, scatter plots and tables to their inverses. This activity works well as an extended warm up the day after inverses are introduced and/or as review for an assessment, depending on whether
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This bundle includes my 11 Absolute Value Activities (save 30% by buying the bundle verses individual items)-1)Translating Absolute Value Bookmarks-2)Absolute Value Translation Investigation Worksheet~Graphing Calculator-3)Graphing Absolute Value Practice worksheet with key-4)Sort:Absolute Value-Com
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Do you need a fun way for students to practice derivatives with minimal prep? The Derivative Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Students will complete
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Long Division of Polynomials: The objective of this activity is for students to solidify their knowledge of dividing polynomials using long division in a way that is engaging and requires student discourse. *Answer key included* Directions: Students will divide the polynomials using long division.
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This activity will help students use graphing calculators to find the zeros of polynomials. Includes both teacher and student instructions, 2 student help pages, a student answer sheet and an answer key. For Algebra 2 or PreCalculus There are 4 pages for this sort: ~Equations (Degree = 2, 3, 4
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Skill practice: - Changing equations from standard form to vertex form (using completing the squares or vertex formula) - Changing equations from vertex form to standard form This activity is designed for students to work individually, in pairs, or small groups. How to use: This activity is a
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Do you need a fun way for students to practice operations with rational expressions with minimal prep? The Operations with Rational Expressions Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem h
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This activity is designed to help students with graphing Square Root equations or functions. Covers Translations - Reflections - Dilations. This activity also gets students up and about. Place the 10 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick any card to begin with. They should graph
Included in this file is an example to complete together with the students, quadratics to graph (enough for 6 stations), answer keys for each station, a worksheet for students to keep their work organized, and space for students to self-assess each problem. At the end of the station activity each s
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Grab this whole activity worksheets which is all about discovering the beauty in solving Fibonacci Numbers. This Worksheets includes 6 exciting non-routine math Fibonacci problems: The Rabbit Problem, Discovering Fibonacci Sequence, The Staircase, Algebra in Fibonacci Sequence, Fibonacci in Pascal
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This 10 problem Scavenger Hunt focuses on solving polynomial equations with a degree higher than 2. Problems may require use of factoring (all methods, including cubes), as well as the quadratic formula. Some problems have complex answers and all are written in simplest radical form, where applica
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This activity is designed to help students with solving nonlinear systems of equations by graphing (or with writing them). This activity also gets students up and about. Place the 12 cards on the wall around your room. Students pick any card to begin with. They should graph the functions on t
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Graphing Trigonometric Functions Scavenger Hunt This walk around activity will help students practice identifying the key characteristics of the sine, cosine, and tangent functions and matching them to their graphs. Students begin the activity by choosing any one of the equations posted around the
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