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Trig Identities Bundle

by Joan Kessler

Trigonometry Identities PowerPoint Task Cards Graphic Organizer.
This engaging lesson mini bundle is designed for Trigonometry. Students apply their reasoning skills along with their trigonometric skills to solving identities. The PowerPoint has nine problems done out step by step with animations.

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Simplifying Rational Expressions Flipbook

This flipbook is perfect for a rational expressions unit! It is a great practice/study guide or as class notes during a rational expressions unit. This was created for use in an Algebra 2 class, but could also be used in a Pre-Cal class.
There are five tabs in the flipbook. The tabs are:
• Simp

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Trig Equations Task Cards plus PowerPoint Examples

by Joan Kessler

Trigonometry - Trig Equations Task Cards plus PowerPoint
Trig Equations are always difficult for students and yet are so important, especially later in Calculus. This resource includes a twenty eight slide animated PowerPoint presentation with 18 problems with step by step solutions.

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Trigonometry - What is a Radian?

This PowerPoint presentation investigates the fundamental trigonometric angle measurement known as a radian. You will learn what a radian is, how it is derived, and the relationship between radians and degrees.
After learning the definition of an angle you will then review some basic geometric conc

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Parent Functions Transformations and Graphs (PP)

This power point describes how graphs move from the parent functions and graphs thems.
It uses y = x, squared x, cubed x, absolute value, greatest integer function, and square root.
I use this for 2 days. I start day 1 with picking out the parent function and the transformations. There are 7 questi

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Algebra 1 - Factoring Quadratic Polynomials

In this PowerPoint students learn how to factor quadratic polynomials. Examples include simple quadratics of the form x^2 + bx + c, standard quadratics of the form ax^2 + bx + c, difference of squares, and quadratics with no constant term.

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beginning algebra jeopardy! fun game

beginning algebra jeopardy
topics covered:
integers and square roots
algebraic expression
polynomials (add and sub)
polynomials (multiplication)
polynomials(division)
bonus: who am i?
each category ranging from $100 to $500.
$100 the easiest in each topic while $500 the hardest.
a fun game in lear

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Trigonometry -- Radian & Degree Measures

by Vicki Hines

This is an introductory lesson that show students how to measure angles in degrees and radians in the unit circle. It defines coterminal angles, and revisits complementary & supplementary angles.
This addresses CA Standard for Trigonometry 1.0

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Polar Graphs

by Vicki Hines

This is the lesson I give after students complete the reading lesson on polar graphs.
This lessons show different forms of polar graphs -- limacon w/loop, limacon w/dent, covex limacon, cardioid, and roses. It discusses characteristics of each graph -- symmetry, direction, determining which type of

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Alg 2 -- Binomial Theorem

by Vicki Hines

This is a PowerPoint lesson that shows the students the Binomial Theorem, how to use it to expand binomial expressions, and how to find a special term of a binomial expansion. Pascal's Triangle is also discussed. It was designed to teach Section 6.6 of Prentice Hall's CA Algebra 2 textbook.
If you

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Properties of Logarithms "Superfast Whiteboard Dash"

by Mikel Jones

This is a power point activity that can be used to strengthen student speed and accuracy of problems related to properties of logarithms.
On each slide, a problem will appear for a short amount of time, followed by the correct answer. The times are set in the power point ranging from 7-15 seconds

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Algebra Completing the Square

by Joan Kessler

Algebra Quadratics Completing the Square PowerPoint Notes, HW and more
This engaging lesson is intended for Algebra 2, PreCalculus, and College Algebra students . Students traditionally have trouble with this topic Now they can learn and understand it through multiple activities inc

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Unit Circle: A Step by Step Guide

This lesson walks a student through each step on how to create a unit circle. It begins by creating the various special angles (in degrees and radians) using a protractor and different colored pencils. Once the angles are created the lesson shows the student how to determine the coordinates of each

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VECTORS - Describing Directions Guided Notes - PowerPoint

by Lisa Tarman

This is a zipped file that contains a double sided pdf notes sheet to work along with a 16 slide animated PowerPoint.
In my physics class after learning kinematic equations and before learning projectiles, I do some mini lessons on vector math. Isolating vectors instead of learning in context see

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Trig Expressions Simplifying Using the Identitites (PP)

The powerpoint has several examples of simplifying trig expressions.
I have my students make an index card full of the identities and while they are working on these problems and the ones I will assign for them to individually, they are constantly looking at the card. Hence, learning the identities a

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Rational Functions Graphing - Asymptotes and Holes (PP)

This power point is one I use for 3 days.
The first day students are introduced to the asymptotes and holes. The determine the vertical, the horizontal, and the slant asymptotes.
The second day they use the asymptotes and holes and graph functions.
The third day they graph a little more and also w

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Quadratic Functions Jeopardy Review

by Tyler McKell

Do you need a fun and engaging review for quadratic functions? Look no further.
This PowerPoint comes with 26 questions of varying difficulty and answers to engage students in their review of quadratic functions. The game includes 3 daily doubles and a final Jeopardy question. This package also com

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Graphing Trigonometric Functions PowerPoints, Notes, & Examples BUNDLE

This bundle contains five comprehensive lessons used to teach Graphing Trigonometric Functions. The PowerPoint presentations are paired with students’ fill-in-the-blanks notes sheets (a total of 8 notes pages, and 93 PowerPoint slides).
1. Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions - Amplitude and Period –

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Vector Oregon Trail (Vector Math Game)

VectOregon Trail is a vector "board game" that teaches students vector addition. Students create a vector map as they travel west to Oregon City. The game contains action cards that students draw at the end of each turn. Practice problems include: right angles, non right angles, multiple vectors, vec

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Using TI83/84 Graphing Calculator for Quadratic Regression PowerPoint

This PowerPoint works you through the steps for entering data, finding the quadratic regression, and graphing scatter plot and regression equation. Includes common error messages.
Download the sample to view the slides.
View my other items to see a free handout that goes along with this PowerPoi

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Trigonometry Identities

by Vicki Hines

This PowerPoint introduces the trigonometric identities & shows how to simplify trigonometry expressions, and the prove other trigonometric identities.
Fun ways to review Trig Topics:

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Inverse Trig Functions

by Vicki Hines

This is a PowerPoint lesson that shows how to compute inverse trigonometric functions. It also shows how, and why, the domains of each are restricted.
For a fun way to review Inverse Trig Functions, try:

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Writing Equations of all 6 Trig Functions Intro + 26 Assignments for Power Point

by Tom Wingo

These activities are done in degrees.
Included in this zip folder are 41 Power Point files. 15 files are Instructional files and 26 files are assignments. A brief description of each:
3 Instruction files introduce the 4 key points of the graph and the period for:
1. sine
2. cosine
3. tangent
4. co

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Complex Number Bingo

by Tammy ODea

This BINGO game gives students the opportunity to review simplify and working with operations on complex numbers (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing).

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PowerPoint Lesson on Radian and Degree Measure

This is a PowerPoint lesson on Radian and Degree measure used in Pre-Calculus / Trigonometry Honors class. It has alot of good pictures, some of which I created and some I recieved from the textbook website.

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Graphing Quadratics Power Point

by Vanessa Moon

I created this power point for use in my classroom. It is all ready to go and student tested. This power point includes Lesson Essential Questions, if you are interested in Learning Focused Strategies. This presentation is an introduction to quadratic vocabulary as well as a lesson on graphing. Th

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Arithmetic Sequences & Series

by Vicki Hines

This PowerPoint lesson shows students the properties of arithmetic sequences and series. It explains what an arithmetic sequence is, how to find a specific term, how to find the "rule" for a sequence, and how to find the sum of an arithmetic series. This lesson was designed for a Pre-Calculus class

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Complex Numbers and Simplifying Radical Expressions Review Game

This review activity consists of five categories: Graphing Complex Numbers, Simplifying Radical Expressions, Solving Equations with Radicals, Simplifying Powers of “I,” and Simplifying Complex Expressions. Graphing Complex Numbers involves identifying the complex number based on a plotted point.

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A colorful, step by step, custom animated Unit Circle

by Dorothy

The graphics are Microsoft Smart Art graphics and can be easily changed to match your school colors or presentation theme.
Here, the unit circle presented as a collection of divisions in radians first by eighths, then by twelfths and then as a division in angles first by 45 degrees, then by 30 degr

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Composite & Inverse Functions Power Point

This slideshow begins with a real-life application of composite functions - shopping with coupons! Students are then led to use composite functions algebraically and taught about inverse functions as well. Teacher examples and student practice problems are included. Though the problems begin as basic

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Graphing Piecewise Functions - Notes and Practice BUNDLE

This bundle contains notes and practice to help students graph piecewise functions. There is a PowerPoint Presentation that goes through all examples (plus three additional ones) on the Graphing Piecewise Functions - Student Worksheet.
This bundle includes:
- Graphing Piecewise Functions PowerPoint

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Trigonometry Law of Cosines PowerPoint and more

by Joan Kessler

Law of Cosines PowerPoint, Notes, HW, Poster, and Graphic Organizer
This product is designed for PreCalculus and Trigonometry
Included in this Lesson:
✓ A PowerPoint Lesson on Law of Cosines with seven problems done out step by st

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Trigonometry Law of Sines PowerPoint and more

by Joan Kessler

Law of Sines PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Organizer, HW.
This product is designed for PreCalculus and Trigonometry
Included in the Lesson:
☑ A PowerPoint Lesson on Law of Sines with nine problems done out step by step including

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Relations and Functions Powerpoint

by Susan Hair

Ready to use powerpoint lesson with teacher notes covering an introduction to relations and functions.

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Composition of Functions with Graphs

by Susan Hair

A ready to use lesson using graphs to compute compositions of functions. Includes 2 composition of functions word problems as well and teacher notes. I use this lesson after I have introduced composition of functions.

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Numbers and their Spelling - Game

This game is created to teach the English numbers and their spelling. It is a Power Point Presentation with sound and motion, covenient to use in class or at home for self studying and fun. It consists of 1 study page, 24 test pages, 1 title page and 2 assessment pages. In the first part of the game,

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Solving Exponential Equations

This is a 6 slide powerpoint covering how to solve exponential equations by relating the bases and by using logarithms. There is also emphasis for the student to consider whether the unknown is in the base or in the exponent. The powerpoint is appropriate for Algebra 2, Precalculus, or Calculus and

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Law of Cosines

by Vicki Hines

This PowerPoint lesson shows how to use the Law of Cosines to find missing sides or angles in a triangle. It also show how to use Heron's Formula to find the area of a triangle.
NOTE: Math Type 5.0 was used to create this lesson.

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Logarithms & Their Graphs

by Vicki Hines

This PowerPoint lesson shows students the properties of logarithms -- converting between logarithmic form and exponential form, evaluating logarithmic equations, and graphing logarithmic functions. This was designed for a Pre-Calculus class, so it has a lot of information in the one lesson since it

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Geometric Sequences & Series

by Vicki Hines

This is a PowerPoint lesson that describes geometric sequences and series. It shows how to determine if the sequence is geometric, how to find a specific term, and how to find the "rule" for a sequence. It also shows how to find the sum of a geometric series.
This lesson was designed for a Pre-Cal

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Exponential Functions & Their Graphs

by Vicki Hines

This PowerPoint lesson was written for a Pre-Calculus class to review the graphs of exponential functions. It show examples of exponential growth and decay, and the graphs of each. It also has examples of compound interest and compounding continuously interest. It could be used as a unit review fo

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Combinations & Permutations

by Vicki Hines

This PowerPoint lesson was written for a Pre-Calculus class to review combinations and permutations that were learned in Algebra 2. It was also as a review of the two concepts for my Algebra 2 classes after they had worked individual lessons on combinations and permutations.
NOTE: Math Type 5.0 wa

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Logarithms Solving with the Natural Log (PP)

This power point uses a financial formula and the growth and decay formula. There are several examples of each.
All answers are given for each problem.

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Sinusoids in Degrees: Writing an Equation of Sine and Cosine for Power Point

by Tom Wingo

These activities are done in degrees.
Included in this zip folder are 17 Power Point files. 12 files are assignments and 5 are for instruction. A brief description of each:
Instruction file A is a 22 slide presentation over the period of a sinusoid. There are 6 formative questions in the file.
Ins

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Inverse Functions PreCalc

by Kelli Gowdy

PowerPoint lesson. Gives example problems that can easily be projected and solved during instruction. Students also have the option of printing out slides previous to class to minimize note taking time.

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Trig Equations Simplifying (PP)

This powerpoint is a first day look into solving trigonometric equations. They are not actually solving for the angle, only getting the equation to one trig function and a numerical value.
All answers are given.
(Under common core this is an Algebra II topic.)

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Verifying Trig Equations

This powerpoint shows all the steps and answers that could be done to verify 10 trig equations.
It also has 3 problems to determine the numerical value of trig equations.
Substituting trig identites, factoring, the conjugate, common denominators, and manipulating trig identities are all used.
I use

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Area of Non-Right Triangles

This power point shows how to find the area of a non-right triangle without determining the altitude and instead using trig functions.
There is one example if given a side and two angles. The angles have minutes and need to be converted to decimals.
One example if given all 3 sides.
One example if

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When to use Law of Sines PPT presentation

by Grace Garner

A lesson opener in visual form that uses real life photos and examples to help introduce students to oblique triangles and the law of sines.

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Trig / Pre-Calc Game Show Review

Power Point game show review with 5 questions in each of the following categories:
- Name the Reference Angle
- Simplify (simple trig expressions)
- y=2+cos(2x+pi) (questions about the graph of the equation)
- Find the side or angle of right triangle
-Solve (solutions to simple trig equations)

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Review of Logarithms Game

This PowerPoint review activity consists of five categories: Evaluating Base Ten Logarithms, Evaluating Logarithms with Other Bases, Simplifying Logarithmic Expressions, Solving Logarithmic Equations, and Trivia (miscellaneous and questions about transformation of the graph of the parent logarith

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Quadratic Functions and Completing the Square

by Mrs Biddle

This presentation demonstrates a step by step method of completing the square to put quadratic functions into standard form. It also demonstrates approximate graphing. I created this presentation as a reference for my students who often struggle with this process. I require them to give me an approxi

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