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Trigonometry Identities PowerPoint Task Cards Graphic Organizer.This engaging group of activities is designed for Trigonometry and PreCalculus. Students apply their reasoning skills along with their trigonometric skills to solving identities. The PowerPoint has nine problems done out step by step

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Also included in: Analytic Trigonometry Bundle for PreCalculus and Trigonometry

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:
• Sim

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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. Note: if yo

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Also included in: Analytic Trigonometry Bundle for PreCalculus and Trigonometry

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 con

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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 se

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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 quest

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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 second

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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 eac

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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.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-

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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 lea

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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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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 o

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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, ve

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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

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Algebra Quadratics Completing the Square PowerPoint Notes, HW and more
This engaging lesson is intended for Algebra 1 and 2, PreCalculus, and College Algebra students . Students traditionally have trouble with this topic. Now they can learn and understand it through multiple activities included in

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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 co

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This bundle contains five comprehensive lessons on Graphing Trigonometric Functions. The PowerPoint presentations are paired with students’ fill-in-the-blanks notes sheets (a total of 8 notes pages, 70 PowerPoint slides, one graphing worksheet + answer key, and answer key to class work problems).

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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.
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This PowerPoint introduces vectors in a coordinate plane including practice problems and diagrams. Vocabulary included is component form, linear combination, direction, direction angle, and unit vector. Also, there is how to calculate magnitude with diagrams and formulas. I use this presentation in

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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 PowerPo

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This PowerPoint introduces the trigonometric identities & shows how to simplify trigonometry expressions, and the prove other trigonometric identities.
Fun ways to review Trig Topics:
Trig Values – Partner Problems
Simplifying Trig Expressions Scavenger Hunt
Inverse Trig Functions Scavenger Hun

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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

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The topics reviewed in this game are the following:
Writing polynomials in standard form
Naming polynomials by degree and number of terms
Writing polynomials in standard form given their roots using the Factor Theorem
Solving polynomials by factoring using the Factor Theorem
Dividing polynomials b

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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 logarit

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