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Celebrate Pi Day and give students the practice they need at graphing points using sine and cosine with this Math-Then-Graph Activities.

Students are given a list of coordinate points to plot. Some of the points appear as a magnitude and a radians measure. The students need to find the value of x and y using ( r•cos θ, r•sin θ ) and use those values as coordinate points. Then the students should connect the coordinate points in order. When they are done, they will have graphed a picture of the symbol Pi.

Don't forget to download a copy of my custom-made FREE GRAPH PAPER.

Here are some tips:

[1] All points will be on one grid line or another.

[2] A completed picture has been provided to be used as a key.

[3] You can download my custom made FREE GRAPH PAPER from my store.

[4] I have also found that printing graph paper directly from themathworksheetsite.com

helps out, but any graph paper will do.

[5] Remember to copy double-sided when necessary to save paper

Check out these other Pi Day activities

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Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Graphing Trigonometry (in Degrees)

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Exponential Expressions

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Evaluating Polynomials

Decorate your classroom door, using

Grand Entrance - The Classroom Door Coordinate Grid

Also, don't forget to visit my web site:

Mike's Math Market

to check out my extensive collection of Coordinate Graphing Activities at affordable prices.

Thanks AML

Have Fun!

Students are given a list of coordinate points to plot. Some of the points appear as a magnitude and a radians measure. The students need to find the value of x and y using ( r•cos θ, r•sin θ ) and use those values as coordinate points. Then the students should connect the coordinate points in order. When they are done, they will have graphed a picture of the symbol Pi.

Don't forget to download a copy of my custom-made FREE GRAPH PAPER.

Here are some tips:

[1] All points will be on one grid line or another.

[2] A completed picture has been provided to be used as a key.

[3] You can download my custom made FREE GRAPH PAPER from my store.

[4] I have also found that printing graph paper directly from themathworksheetsite.com

helps out, but any graph paper will do.

[5] Remember to copy double-sided when necessary to save paper

Check out these other Pi Day activities

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Solving Matrices

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Solving 2-Step Equations

Pi - A Coordinate Graphing Activity

Pi - 4 Math-Then-Graph Activities - Finding Vertices

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - 30 Systems

Pi - A Linear Equation Graphing Activity

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Graphing Trigonometry (in Degrees)

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Exponential Expressions

Pi - A Math-Then-Graph Activity - Evaluating Polynomials

Decorate your classroom door, using

Grand Entrance - The Classroom Door Coordinate Grid

Also, don't forget to visit my web site:

Mike's Math Market

to check out my extensive collection of Coordinate Graphing Activities at affordable prices.

Thanks AML

Have Fun!

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1 hour

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