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This is a polynomial matching game that can be used as an end of lesson informal assessment or review.
These cards can be used as multiplying polynomials practice or as factoring practice.
The matching cards can be used as a basic matching game, old maid (by inserting a blank card), go fish, or me

Students will solve problems related to graphing piecewise functions. Students will write equations given a graph, match the correct equation to a graph, and evaluate the function for a given value. There are 10 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pairs. A student answer s

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These are trigonometric functions and their graphs matching cards. There are 12 trig functions and 12 cofunctions. All of the graphs are transformed functions. Students will match the function with the graph.
These cards can be matched by students, or used to play games like go fish or memory.

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In this activity, students are grouped in fours. Each student takes a card, and works the problem on the card. When all students in the group have their answers, they add them up, getting a group sum. Then, the group checks their sum with the teacher. If they are correct, they work on the next set

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Also included in: Geometry Basics Activity Bundle

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Are you sick of factoring polynomials by hand to make sure they work for your tests?
Be sick no more! This product contains two jam-packed sheets of OVER 400 binomials multiplied out for your convenience!
Use these to assist you in creating examples, worksheets and tests. Throw darts, blindly dro

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Learn vocabulary terms, subscript and function notation, and how to write a formula for a sequence with these interactive notes.
The notes cover how to identify an arithmetic sequence, writing equations, and practice problems involving evaluating, matching formulas to sequences, and graphing.
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This is intended as a review for students that have learned about rational exponents and negative exponents.
This is a "quiz" that a "student" has taken. The students must "grade" the quiz and correct any problems with incorrect answers. This forces students to think critically and analyze work.

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This file contains a 16 page math dictionary for the SAT 1 Math test. It can also be used for regular math work.Many students don't understand questions in the SAT math test, despite being really good at math.However, they were often puzzled by the meaning of some of the math terms. Terms such as in

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Students will solve problems related to inverse functions. Students will find the inverse of a function, determine if two functions are inverses, find the value of the inverse at a point, and find the graph of an inverse function. There are 11 stations.
This activity can be completed individually

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In this activity, students will classify polynomial functions. Students will need to know the standard form of a polynomial, and how to name polynomials by degree and number of terms. One of the questions also asks about the leading coefficient.
There are 11 stations. Make sure these problems ar

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In this activity, students will simplify expressions with complex numbers. The problems require adding, subtracting, and multiplying complex numbers. Also, a few of the problems require students to simplify powers of i. Each problem matches to an answer to form a square. Make sure these problems

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Also included in: Quadratic Equations Activity Bundle

This game includes: 7 pages of questions that ask students to add or subtract polynomials, a student recording sheet, and an answer key.
To play:
Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes.
Hang the 14 questions around the classroom.
Make enough copies of the recording sh

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In this activity, students will solve 10 problems using composite functions. The composite functions are notated two different ways: f(g(x)) and (fog)(x). When students have solved all of the problems, they will cut them apart and put them in numerical order. Then, their problems can be checked b

In this activity, students will practice finding information from graphs of exponential and logarithmic functions. Students will answer questions about domain, range, x-intercepts, asymptotes, and inverses of the functions. Some of the questions give graphs and some of the questions give equations

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Also included in: Logarithm and Exponentials Activities Bundle

My school is too small to offer a separate course for honors students. This is a packet containing the application and expectations for honors algebra and precalculus students. Also included is my "Project 100" that is appropriate for honors students, an extra credit assignment, or to supplement a

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Students will solve problems rational inequalities. Some of the problems need to be simplified before solving. Some of the stations require answers in interval notation and the others give the answers on a number line. There are 10 stations.
This activity can be completed individually or in pair

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In these YEAR-LONG, NO-PREP resources, students will develop reflective and independent thinking, while connecting mathematical ideas. These are READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while deepening their understanding!
I have tried to make these prompts as versatile as possible. Each writi

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Students will evaluate algebraic expressions in this activity. Many problems require order of operations, simplifying fractions, and working with exponents. This was designed as a beginning of the year review for Algebra 2 level students, but could also work as an end-of-unit review for advanced A

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Are you sick of multiplying out binomials by hand to make sure they work for your tests?
Be sick no more! This product contains two jam-packed sheets of OVER 400 binomials multiplied out for your convenience!
Use these to assist you in creating examples, worksheets and tests. Throw darts, blindly

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Function notation practice problems and a quick note sheet from Sarah Hagan's Math=Love Blog.

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In this activity, students will solve 10 problems with exponential and logarithmic functions. Students will need to get decimal approximations for their answers. When students have solved all of the problems, they will cut them apart and put them in numerical order. Then, their problems can be ch

Also included in: Logarithm and Exponentials Activities Bundle

Function Operations Cut and Paste Number Line Activity
In this activity, students will solve 10 problems using function operations. Students will practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing functions. Composition of functions is not included. When students have solved all of the prob

This is a hallway pass that can be printed front and back.
The front has the basics for students to fill in, and the back has the perfect squares for students to memorize while they are out! :)
Passes will print 4 to a page. You can add a text box to the PowerPoint file to add you name and your

In this YEAR-LONG, NO-PREP resource, students will develop reflective and independent thinking, while connecting mathematical ideas. This is READY TO PRINT and will KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED while deepening their understanding!
I have tried to make these prompts as versatile as possible. Each writing

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Also included in: Writing in Math Journal Prompts BUNDLE

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