Help your students master this difficult but important topic. Step by step illustrated examples plus guided notes will give them the practice thy need to succeed.
Included in the lesson:
✓ A PowerPoint Lesson on Implicit Differentiation with 33 fully animated slides including more than 8 complete problems done step by step. Many of the examples have matching discovery graphs to peak student’s interests in problems they cannot graph on their calculators. Also included are tangent line problems.
✓ Student Notes pages to match the main problems in the PowerPoint Lesson
✓ Handout with two problems which can be used as enrichment, homework, group work, or as an assessment.
✓ Answer keys
Please note that the PowerPoint is not editable.
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This resource is designed Calculus 1, Calculus Honors AP, Calculus AB, and AP Calculus BC. It is from Unit 2, Differentiation and Derivatives.
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