This powerpoint uses dynamic graphing to illustrate domains and ranges of functions. Clear visuals and multiple examples will help the learners new to the concepts as well as those who have been having difficulty understanding the concept. Student
Review of definitions of geometric shapes and area formulas for square, rectangle, trapezoid, parallelograms, circle, triangle. Includes explanation why basic area formulas work (and Optional) how to use Heron's formula to find area of a triangle
The unit on functions is one of the most challenging for math students to master. Finding domain and range of functions, determining inverses and real roots and using function notation are all included in this package.
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Every math teacher knows the frustration of trying to find enough graphed relations for their students to work with. We all know it is much easier for students to understand domain, range, real zeros and inverses if they have the opportunity to
No matter how many times we math teachers go over the algebraic properties, students will rarely retain the information. Try a different approach! The properties are defined simply and without a lot of "math language."
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This is a three page student led review covering basic graphing, finding the slope of a graphed line and of a linear equation and finding midpoint and distance between two points. An extra page with two or three days suggested activities is