# Carl Bomberger

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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 worksheet activity, students differentiate between independent and dependent compound events, and then calculate probability of given compound events.
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This worksheet activity provides students with practice identifying polynomial functions, rewriting in standard form, and naming by degree (constant, linear, quadratic, cubic, quartic, or quintic) and number of terms (monomial, binomial, or
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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 discovery activity, students will view examples of Synthetic Substitution, formulate ideas regarding the steps and purpose of the process, and use the process to evaluate polynomial functions.
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During this self-paced worksheet activity, students will be introduced to Euler’s Number and use it to solve problems involving continuously compounded interest.
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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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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching mathematics for 33 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to think of myself as a learning facilitator.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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