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***NOW FORMATTED for DIGITAL USE during distance learning!Looking for a new creative idea to teach the unit circle to your high school trig students that combines math with art in ready to display poster form? When you purchase, click DOWNLOAD to get the original 16 page static PDF document that inc

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BOOM! POW! WHAMO! If those words remind you of your 7th Period Class, I... think you need to find someone that can help you. If your kids dig comics and comic-book movies. This 21st Century Math Project might be perfect for them! Turn your Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus classroom into Superhero City whil

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Roller Coaster Engineer: Students will create a roller coaster that demonstrates their knowledge and understanding of the following skills:• Graph a continuous function that represents a roller coaster using parent functions. (Editable for teacher to choose which parent functions)• Write the equatio

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Bring an authentic sports-based math project to your Algebra, Algebra 2 or PreCalculus classroom with Lines of Best Fit and Correlations! All in this 21st Century Math Project! Using data from the MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL students investigate correlations to some of sports most common questions like: "

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In American culture people have an affinity for launching birds, pheasants and other sorts of fowl at oblivious targets with a sling shot. Where does this fascination come from? Nobody knows. Nonetheless, it makes for an interesting quadratic function application. Are you ready to help out costumed

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Exponential Functions and Their Applications to Financial Situations
Life After College Budget Project
This project is one of the best things that I do. I have used it for several years and it has undergone several revisions. I use it primarily with my Pre-Calculus students but have used it with

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What do zombies, cockroaches and bacteria have in common? They can be used in word problems to help students understand growth and decay in exponential functions. Imagine your students using a real-life scenario to create a multi-rep poster that contains a table, an equation and a graph. The problem

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Also included in: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Bundle

Every minute of relief can count for something. Once medicine enters the blood stream it will soon have its most powerful effect because it has its highest concentration. Over time the concentration reduces and once it reaches a certain level, the medicine will no longer be effective. The concentrat

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Invented in the 1940s by Willard Libby, carbon dating is a process by which archaeologists measure the carbon-14 content in a fossil to determine its approximate age. People and animals acquire carbon-14 by eating plants and animals. Once an organism dies, the amount of carbon-14 in the organism be

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Put your advanced trigonometry skills to use as a civil engineer in this 21st Century Math Project. The Tunnel of Eupalinos is a mathematical marvel in which in 6 BC an aqueduct was constructed through a mountain. This feat is even more impressive because both ends of the tunnel were dug at the same

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If you are trying to integrate an international flair into your science and math curriculum, solar ovens are a great place to start. This 21st Century Math Project helps you get there. Students will design, build, test, and present a solar oven design with the objective of heating a hot dog the hott

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12 of my best selling projects/units all in an organized money saving bundle! These engaging, student/teacher approved math projects that provide rigor, relevance, and cross-curricular content altogether.
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Silence the Violence intends to take a closer look at gun violence throughout the world. Is there a correlation between gun ownership and gun violence? While this is on the news, and people argue back and forth, unfortunately there are not a lot of statistics cited.I built this project through the u

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It was an ordinary day. It was. Then came the screams, “Cooties! He gave me Cooties!!!” This was soon followed by “Cooties! She gave me Cooties!!!” Soon classes began to fall over (still breathing), but in an unconscious state. Bodies started turning blue and pink. A contagion was among them. The te

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All aspects of graphing Sine, Cosine, Secant, Cosecant, Tangent and Cotangent are covered in this stations review! Students find period, amplitude, phase shift, vertical displacement, graph and write equations. There are 9 stations separated into focused topics. Setup the stations around the roo

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Correlations and causation should be abundantly clear when students examine data of the Health and Wealth of over 80 nations around the world. The world is ever-changing and it is important for students to have a basic level of global awareness. In this 21st Century Math Project, students will use r

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As the world's population has ballooned in the past three centuries researchers wait for the other pen to drop. This 21st Century Math Project investigates! Currently sitting at a cool 7 billion (and counting), researchers believe (based on their models) that the world's population will top out at 9

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At dusk, it … happens. Crop Circles have become a pastime of sorts around the world. Originally considered to be the work of aliens, they’ve baffled millions with their elaborate designs and timeliness of their work. With knowledge of the unit circle, radians and degrees students will be able to con

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This quick project allows students to be creative with permutations and combinations. I distribute 4 versions of this project among the students, so please see versions 2-4 for the rest!

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Students are the creators of a new wild roller coaster made out of trig functions! In this project, students have to incorporate a variety of trig and inverse trig functions into a seamless ride. This project provides practice with graphing trig functions, writing their equations and placing domain

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An unfortunate reality in our world is that homicides happen. In order to bring justice for the victims crime scenes have to be carefully dissected to bring about evidence to find and convict a criminal. One way this happens is through a careful analysis of the blood spatter. The shape of a blood sp

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This is an exploration of the parent functions and their transformations that can be stapled into a nice booklet. The parent functions it focuses on are: quadratics, identity, cubics, absolute value, greatest integer, reciprocals, and square roots. There is a page on each of the functions where s

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Students create their own board game using the guidelines that are provided in this project and then answer probability questions related to their boardgame.

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