This is a rubric for a student group project. Students are asked to make a poster about vectors. Students must write their own story using vectors, magnitude and direction, graph the result, draw a picture related to the story, and solve the other
Given a graph, students will find limits of functions using the three types of discontinuities: removable, jump, and infinite. The table provided allows students to find limits using left and right behavior, and determining if it exists from both
This is a factoring worksheet where "a" is not equal to 1. Students will factor using two methods, grouping and slide and divide. The first page is fill in the blank examples, and the second page is a good homework set of problems.
This is a worksheet covering Conic Sections involving Hyperbolas. The first page, students are given a graph and asked to label all of the characteristics: equation, center, vertices, asymptotes, and foci. Students are also asked to draw the graph
This is a quiz covering the basic trigonometric functions using
SOH-CAH-TOA and the special right triangle formulas to fill in the trig table. There are also two problems for students to graph an angle, one is in radians and the other is in
This is a quiz over finding functional values given a graph and a mapping, and also their inverses given a graph and an equation. The last problem covers rational functions including holes and asymptotes.
This is a worksheet of mixed practice problems. Students have to write quadratic functions from standard form to vertex form, find the inverse of a function, and rewrite expressions using properties of exponents.
Students will start by putting a point anywhere inside the triangle provided. Students will then roll a dice. The number on the dice determines the vertex to use. Using a ruler, students will mark a new starting point halfway between the original