# Abbie St Martin

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Use this introduction to Synthetic Division after students have learned how to divide polynomials using long division. The first page is a written explanation of the synthetic division process, and a comparison to the long division method. The next
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Use this fill-in chart to make connections about the classifications of systems of equations - what the graph looks like, how many solutions there are, characteristics of the equations, etc... Also has a handy flowchart to use when students are
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**FOUR versions included - multiple uses!** Overview Chart with the Multiplication and Division Properties of Exponents - Including Zero and Negative Exponents This resource can be used as fill-in notes, a study guide, or anything in between. In
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Students love this "Factoring Battleship" activity! Partners take turns factoring quadratic expressions, trying to find the factors that match up to sink their opponent's ships. *This activity involves factoring quadratic trinomials both where a =
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Preassessment for students beginning PreAlgebra Topics include: - Word Problems - Adding/Subtracting/Multiplying/Dividing Real Numbers - Adding/Subtracting/Multiplying/Dividing Fractions - Percent Proportions - Area/Perimeter of Polygons - Basic
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Reference Sheet for PreAlgebra Topics - Problem Solving Process - Number Line - Adding/Subtracting Real Numbers - Multiplying/Dividing Real Numbers - Least Common Multiple - Greatest Common Factor - Common Algebraic Symbols Great for students
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Students are asked to classify and graph systems of equations in this cut-and-paste activity. They are given a system of equations and asked to find the corresponding system in slope-intercept form, graph and classification. Good for a review or
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Flowchart that helps students decide which factoring method is most appropriate. Methods include: - greatest common factor (GCF) - grouping - perfect square trinomial (PST) - difference of two squares (DOTS) - a does not equal one - a equals one
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One of the most popular phrases in my classroom this past year was “It’s too hard”. My kids used this as some sort of code word to alert each other when it was time to give up on whatever we were doing, and it drove me nuts! By the end of the year,
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Four years teaching Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry

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