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This Pre-Calculus add-on bundle contains scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 5 units of study, perfect for Pre-Calc students. **This product is intended as a supplement to our Algebra 2 bundle for buyers who have already purchased that product. If you would like a full Pre-Calculus product, please see our **Pre-Calculus Bundle**

The scaffolded note activities contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the sample teacher answer keys, but you can have your students use them over and over again with problems from your own curriculum. There are interactive notebook activities which include descriptions for use. We have not included specific examples for the interactive notebook activities. We like to give them to students for review so that they can show what they have learned and personalize their notes. You can personalize these for your learners. This bundle is perfect to use with any textbook or e-book curriculum and great for engaging all types of learners.

This bundle also contains a description of how to use the materials included.

Bundle contains the following individual units:

**Understanding Graphs – Math Journal Activities**

Includes:

Point Symmetry/Symmetry with Respect to the Origin/Example/Non-Example

Line Symmetry (x-axis, y-axis, y=x, and y=-x)

Parent Graph (Cut and Paste)

Changes to Parent Functions

Parent Function (Match)

Are the Ordered Pairs Solutions to the Inequality?

Steps for Graphing Non-Linear Inequalities

Solving Absolute Value Inequalities

Inverse Relations/Functions

Continuous vs. Discontinuous Functions

Discontinuous Functions (Infinite, Jump, Point, and Everywhere)

How do you test for continuity?

Using the Continuity Test

Continuity on an Interval

End Behavior of Polynomial Functions

When is a function monotonic on an interval?

Increasing, Decreasing, and Constant Functions

Examining the Intervals of a Given Function

Critical Points (Cut and Paste)

Extrema (Cut and Paste)

Defining Key Terms: Asymptotes

Find the Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes for a Graph

Using Parent Graphs to Graph New Functions

Horizontal vs. Slant Asymptote

Find the Slant Asymptote and Vertical Asymptote for a Graph

Rational Functions with a Common Factor in the Numerator and Denominator

Plus 14 Interactive Notebook foldable activities

**Vectors and Parametric Equations**

Includes:

What is a Vector? (with Sample Teacher Key)

Vector Terms (Matching) (with Teacher Key)

Types of Vectors (Define/Draw) (with Sample Teacher Key)

Methods for Adding Vectors (with Sample Teacher Key)

What is a Scalar Quantity? (with Sample Teacher Key)

Representing a Vector as an Ordered Pair (with Sample Teacher Key)

Introduction to Unit Vectors (with Sample Teacher Key)

Vector Operations in Two Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Handout: Graphing Ordered Triples in 8 Steps

Vector and Magnitude for Two Ordered Triples (with Sample Teacher Key)

Vector Operations in Three Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Inner Product-Dot Product in Two Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Inner Product-Dot Product in Three Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Using the Determinant of a 3x3 Matrix to Fnd the Cross Product of Vectors in Space (with Sample Teacher Key)

Using Vectors to Represent Force (with Sample Teacher Key)

More Vector Terms (Match) (with Teacher Key)

Vector Equations and Parametric Equations (with Sample Teacher Key)

Parametric Equations in Linear Forms (with Sample Teacher Key)

Projectile/Trajectory/Range (with Sample Teacher Key)

Intro: Using Parametric Equations to Find the Path of a Projectile (with Sample Teacher Key)

Writing Parametric Equations to Represent the Path of a Projectile (with Sample Teacher Key)

Representing a Point in Space as a Matrix (with Sample Teacher Key)

What is a Vertex Matrix? (with Sample Teacher Key)

What is a Translation Matrix? (with Sample Teacher Key)

Handout: How do you Translate a Three-Dimensional Shape Using Matrices?

Handout: Reflection Matrices

Handout: How do you Complete the Reflection of a Three-Dimensional Shape Using Matrices?

Handout: Review-Steps for Multiplying Matrices

Plus 13 Interactive Notebook foldable activities

**Introduction to Graphing Polar Coordinates and Classical Curves**

Includes:

Label the Degree Measures on the Polar Coordinate System

Label the Radian Measures on the Polar Coordinate System

Polar Coordinate System Terms (Match)

Graph a Polar Coordinate in Radians

Graph a Polar Coordinate in Degrees

How do you Graph Polar Coordinates with a

Negative Angle Value?

Multiple Representations of a Polar Coordinate (Radians)

Multiple Representations of a Polar Coordinate (Degrees)

Graphing Basic Polar Equations

Distance Formula for the Polar Plane

How to use www.desmos.com to Graph Polar Equations

Graphs of Polar Equations

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Rose Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Lemniscate Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Limacon Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Cardiod Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Spiral of

Archimedes Curve)

Classical Curves Overview (Cut and Paste)

Plus 5 Interactive Notebook foldable activities.

**Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers**

Includes:

Review of Trigonometric Values

Forms of a Linear Equation (Standard/Rectangular, Normal Form, Polar Form)

Changing Polar Coordinates to Rectangular Coordinates

Changing Rectangular Coordinates to Polar Coordinates (x is positive)

Changing Rectangular Coordinates to Polar Coordinates (x is negative)

Example: Changing a Polar Equation to Rectangular Form

Example: Changing Rectangular Form to a Polar Equation

Polar Form of a Linear Equation

Example: Changing a Polar Equation in Linear Form to Rectangular Form

Operations with Complex Numbers

Powers of i

Graphing a Complex Number

Absolute Value of a Complex Number

Polar Form of a Complex Number

Changing a Complex Number to Polar Form in 4 Steps

Graphing a Complex Number in Polar Form

Changing a Number from Polar Form to Rectangular Form

Product of a Complex Number in Polar Form

Quotient of a Complex Number in Polar Form

De Moivre’s Theorem

Steps for Finding the Power of a Complex Number

Steps for Finding the Principle Root of a Complex Number

Plus 12 Interactive Notebook foldable activities.

**Basic Trigonometric Identities and Equations**

Includes:

Unit Circle Review

Review: Frequently Used Values from the Unit Circle

Use the Frequently Used Values from the Unit Circle Table to Find the Value of Each Expression

Basic Trigonometric Identities

Match the Basic Trigonometric Identity Pairs

Using Reciprocal Identities to Find the Value of Trigonometric Functions

Finding the Value of a Trigonometric Function

Sometimes You Need to Use More Than One Identity

Symmetry Identities

Using Substitution with the Symmetry Identities

Expressing Values as Trigonometric Functions of an Angle in Quadrant I

Opposite-Angle Identities

Using Opposite Angle Identities

Beginning: Use Trigonometric Identities to Simplify Trigonometric Expressions

Advanced: Use Trigonometric Identities to Simplify Trigonometric Expressions

Verifying Trigonometric Identities

Simplifying Trigonometric Equations

Plus 7 Interactive Notebook foldable activities.

Please see individual units for full-length previews.

These units can be used for introducing topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on each other if introduced in the order that they appear. Our students enjoy filling them out and organizing them in their math journals so that they can refer back to them throughout the year. These activities are a great way to promote writing in math.

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**Algebra 2 Bundle**

**Statistics Bundle**

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The scaffolded note activities contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the sample teacher answer keys, but you can have your students use them over and over again with problems from your own curriculum. There are interactive notebook activities which include descriptions for use. We have not included specific examples for the interactive notebook activities. We like to give them to students for review so that they can show what they have learned and personalize their notes. You can personalize these for your learners. This bundle is perfect to use with any textbook or e-book curriculum and great for engaging all types of learners.

This bundle also contains a description of how to use the materials included.

Bundle contains the following individual units:

Includes:

Point Symmetry/Symmetry with Respect to the Origin/Example/Non-Example

Line Symmetry (x-axis, y-axis, y=x, and y=-x)

Parent Graph (Cut and Paste)

Changes to Parent Functions

Parent Function (Match)

Are the Ordered Pairs Solutions to the Inequality?

Steps for Graphing Non-Linear Inequalities

Solving Absolute Value Inequalities

Inverse Relations/Functions

Continuous vs. Discontinuous Functions

Discontinuous Functions (Infinite, Jump, Point, and Everywhere)

How do you test for continuity?

Using the Continuity Test

Continuity on an Interval

End Behavior of Polynomial Functions

When is a function monotonic on an interval?

Increasing, Decreasing, and Constant Functions

Examining the Intervals of a Given Function

Critical Points (Cut and Paste)

Extrema (Cut and Paste)

Defining Key Terms: Asymptotes

Find the Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes for a Graph

Using Parent Graphs to Graph New Functions

Horizontal vs. Slant Asymptote

Find the Slant Asymptote and Vertical Asymptote for a Graph

Rational Functions with a Common Factor in the Numerator and Denominator

Plus 14 Interactive Notebook foldable activities

Includes:

What is a Vector? (with Sample Teacher Key)

Vector Terms (Matching) (with Teacher Key)

Types of Vectors (Define/Draw) (with Sample Teacher Key)

Methods for Adding Vectors (with Sample Teacher Key)

What is a Scalar Quantity? (with Sample Teacher Key)

Representing a Vector as an Ordered Pair (with Sample Teacher Key)

Introduction to Unit Vectors (with Sample Teacher Key)

Vector Operations in Two Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Handout: Graphing Ordered Triples in 8 Steps

Vector and Magnitude for Two Ordered Triples (with Sample Teacher Key)

Vector Operations in Three Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Inner Product-Dot Product in Two Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Inner Product-Dot Product in Three Dimensions (with Sample Teacher Key)

Using the Determinant of a 3x3 Matrix to Fnd the Cross Product of Vectors in Space (with Sample Teacher Key)

Using Vectors to Represent Force (with Sample Teacher Key)

More Vector Terms (Match) (with Teacher Key)

Vector Equations and Parametric Equations (with Sample Teacher Key)

Parametric Equations in Linear Forms (with Sample Teacher Key)

Projectile/Trajectory/Range (with Sample Teacher Key)

Intro: Using Parametric Equations to Find the Path of a Projectile (with Sample Teacher Key)

Writing Parametric Equations to Represent the Path of a Projectile (with Sample Teacher Key)

Representing a Point in Space as a Matrix (with Sample Teacher Key)

What is a Vertex Matrix? (with Sample Teacher Key)

What is a Translation Matrix? (with Sample Teacher Key)

Handout: How do you Translate a Three-Dimensional Shape Using Matrices?

Handout: Reflection Matrices

Handout: How do you Complete the Reflection of a Three-Dimensional Shape Using Matrices?

Handout: Review-Steps for Multiplying Matrices

Plus 13 Interactive Notebook foldable activities

Includes:

Label the Degree Measures on the Polar Coordinate System

Label the Radian Measures on the Polar Coordinate System

Polar Coordinate System Terms (Match)

Graph a Polar Coordinate in Radians

Graph a Polar Coordinate in Degrees

How do you Graph Polar Coordinates with a

Negative Angle Value?

Multiple Representations of a Polar Coordinate (Radians)

Multiple Representations of a Polar Coordinate (Degrees)

Graphing Basic Polar Equations

Distance Formula for the Polar Plane

How to use www.desmos.com to Graph Polar Equations

Graphs of Polar Equations

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Rose Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Lemniscate Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Limacon Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Cardiod Curve)

Graphs of Polar Equations (Classical Curves-Spiral of

Archimedes Curve)

Classical Curves Overview (Cut and Paste)

Plus 5 Interactive Notebook foldable activities.

Includes:

Review of Trigonometric Values

Forms of a Linear Equation (Standard/Rectangular, Normal Form, Polar Form)

Changing Polar Coordinates to Rectangular Coordinates

Changing Rectangular Coordinates to Polar Coordinates (x is positive)

Changing Rectangular Coordinates to Polar Coordinates (x is negative)

Example: Changing a Polar Equation to Rectangular Form

Example: Changing Rectangular Form to a Polar Equation

Polar Form of a Linear Equation

Example: Changing a Polar Equation in Linear Form to Rectangular Form

Operations with Complex Numbers

Powers of i

Graphing a Complex Number

Absolute Value of a Complex Number

Polar Form of a Complex Number

Changing a Complex Number to Polar Form in 4 Steps

Graphing a Complex Number in Polar Form

Changing a Number from Polar Form to Rectangular Form

Product of a Complex Number in Polar Form

Quotient of a Complex Number in Polar Form

De Moivre’s Theorem

Steps for Finding the Power of a Complex Number

Steps for Finding the Principle Root of a Complex Number

Plus 12 Interactive Notebook foldable activities.

Includes:

Unit Circle Review

Review: Frequently Used Values from the Unit Circle

Use the Frequently Used Values from the Unit Circle Table to Find the Value of Each Expression

Basic Trigonometric Identities

Match the Basic Trigonometric Identity Pairs

Using Reciprocal Identities to Find the Value of Trigonometric Functions

Finding the Value of a Trigonometric Function

Sometimes You Need to Use More Than One Identity

Symmetry Identities

Using Substitution with the Symmetry Identities

Expressing Values as Trigonometric Functions of an Angle in Quadrant I

Opposite-Angle Identities

Using Opposite Angle Identities

Beginning: Use Trigonometric Identities to Simplify Trigonometric Expressions

Advanced: Use Trigonometric Identities to Simplify Trigonometric Expressions

Verifying Trigonometric Identities

Simplifying Trigonometric Equations

Plus 7 Interactive Notebook foldable activities.

Please see individual units for full-length previews.

These units can be used for introducing topics or to reflect/review what you have covered in class discussion. The problems listed in this activity packet build nicely on each other if introduced in the order that they appear. Our students enjoy filling them out and organizing them in their math journals so that they can refer back to them throughout the year. These activities are a great way to promote writing in math.

**If you like what you see, please click on the "Follow Me" star to learn about new products, sales, and more!

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