Students practice solving multistep equations with a partner.
There are 3 levels of difficulty (2 worksheets for each level) allowing for easy differentiation.
The answer to each problem number is the same across all six versions of the
There are 3 different levels of difficulty.
Each version is available to use as a Cut-n-Paste Activity, a Sorting Activity or worksheet.
Version A- Most information is given, very little additional information is needed to classify the
Students located cellphones hidden around school by triangulating their positions with Pythagorean Theorem. Students will need compasses (the geometry kind).
This activity comes with detailed directions for both students and teachers. As well as
Students practice sorting triangles not on appearance, but on given information.
There are three different classifying triangles versions. Each version can be done three ways: as a sorting activity, an cut-n-paste activity or a worksheet.
Students look at a figure and determine the type of angles in the figure as adjacent, non-adjacent, complementary, supplementary, linear pair or vertical angles. Some figures will fall into more than one category.
The purpose of this activity is
Students will read the description to create a snapshot of activities currently happening by the beach. Then students will answer a series of questions to determine distances between objects and distances along possible paths.
DON'T FORGET TO
This activity is designed to help students understand when to use the different trigonometric ratios. Students first sort the card based on the trig ratio that will be used, and then solve the problems.
It comes in three formats: Sorting Activity,
There are two different Triangle Congruence sorts. Each sort can be done three ways: as a group sorting activity, an individual cut-n-paste activity or a worksheet. Students must interpret the information provided to determine the type of
This assignment allows students to practice interpreting variety of quadratic functions and practice using a calculator. It is easy to differentiate this activity by simply choosing different worksheets for different students. There are 8 different
The set includes several different activities including:
* A worksheet of word problems over rates of change (such as word per minute)
* A linear graph with a constant rate of change.
* A piecewise graph composed of linear rates of change.
Students will create a one-point perspective drawing using geometric figures.
* Examples in Color
* Example Outlines to Color
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Three different challenging problems that require students to interpret a figure and use properties of angles to solve for variables and angle measures.
Focuses on: linear pairs of angles, vertical angles, complementary angles and supplementary
Students explore the importance of Lagrange Points in space exploration. They will calculate the distance between Lagrange Points, the Earth and the Sun using the Pythagorean Theorem or 30-60-90 Right Triangle Properties. Students can also practice
This is a basic introduction to solids of revolution and how they are created.
Students will take a figure, attach it to a toothpick and rotate the figure to create a solid of revolution.
Students can also use several of the same figure to build
Students determine whether the information given represents a function.
The notes page contains 17 examples.
The homework assignment contains 30 different problems.
The Cut-n Paste Activity contains 60 different cards to sort.
12 Tables (both
Each student is give an net to put together, then they determine the number of edges, vertices and faces. As well as the surface area and volume of the figure. They create a one page poster with the information to hang-up. Once everyone is done
Students will identify the equations of 8 graphs and their key parts (slope-intercept form, standard form, m, b, zero, y - intercept, x - intercept, and a solution of the graph).
The matching pieces come with 15 different labels to create different
This bundle contains 6 good old fashion worksheets. No frills or thrills, just lots of graphing practice.
♦ Graphing Lines: Slope-Intercept Form
♦ Graphing Lines: Point-Slope Form
♦ Graphing Lines: Standard Form