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This discovery activity allows students to explore how the constant values in the quadratic equation standard form, y=ax^2+bx+c, affect the parabolic graph.
Each constant is addressed in a separate “station” (worksheet), which can be completed in

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This activity was designed to provide collaborative review and practice of basic algebra skills (evaluating and simplifying expressions; solving linear equations). Traditionally, I use the activity at the beginning of the year in my Algebra 2

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During this worksheet activity, students factor ten quadratic expressions, and use their solutions to determine whether given Thanksgiving “facts” are true or false.

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This self-paced activity serves as a review or introduction to experimental and theoretical probability, odds, and the probability of complementary events. Each topic is addressed in a separate “station” (worksheet), which can be completed in any

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During this activity, students explore, discover, and apply the relationship between a polynomial function and its end behaviors.

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During this self-paced worksheet discovery activity, students will use inductive reasoning to identify the relationships between given linear systems, written in the form Ax+By=C, without graphing.

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I've been teaching mathematics for 33 years.

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BS Degree in Secondary Education / Mathematics from Penn State University; MEd Degree in Gifted Education / Mathematics from Millersville University

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