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In this activity students solve exponential equations. Problems begin with identical bases, and progress to problems where the base needs to be changed in one or both sides of the equation. Also includes a short, supplemental activity for students
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In this particular worksheet, students practice polynomial division. Note that these problems divide evenly and therefore have no remainders. This activity requires NO PREP, answer sheets included. DON'T HATE PLEASE RATE (this activity) See all
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In this worksheet, students eliminate a radical from the denominator of a fraction. They practice square roots and simplifying fractions in some pre-algebra that is important for upper level math courses. Now comes with a bonus activity - expanding
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In this activity, students are given 12 different graphs and asked to match them with their matching quadratic equation, written in vertex form. They are solving a riddle which is "how do you get 4 suits for a dollar?" Also great for homeschooling
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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The
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In this worksheet, students are given 4 parent functions (cubic, quadratic, absolute value, exponential) and 16 examples of different transformations in function form (i.e. f(x+2)= or -f(x)=) and asked to match each transformation to the graph. The
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This worksheet consists of 11 different function composition problems. Answers are all expressions in terms of x, and the students work to solve a riddle "What is Mozart doing right now?". Skills practiced are function composition, order of
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In this worksheet, students evaluate different piecewise functions, algebraically, at different x-values. This activity requires NO PREP, answer sheets included. DON'T HATE PLEASE RATE (this activity) See all my products in my Total FUNsheet
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This riddle worksheet includes 16 problems where students factor trinomials with a leading coefficient. By solving the problems, students get the answer to the joke: "why was the cat so small?" (answer: Because it only drank condensed milk). Now
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In this worksheet, students simplify radicals and match their answers to the bank given in order to solve the riddle. These questions include numbers and variables. Joke: What's a Shark's Favorite Game? Answer: Swallow the Leader This activity
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In this riddle worksheet, students need to evaluate 3 functions. One is a table, one is a graph, one is an equation. This activity requires NO PREP, answer sheets included. DON'T HATE PLEASE RATE (this activity) See all my products in my Total
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This activity requires NO PREP, answer sheets included. DON'T HATE BUT PLEASE RATE (this activity) See all my products in my Total FUNsheet Package and buy and save! â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º Get the entire lesson plan here. It is a
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This activity requires NO PREP, answer sheets included. DON'T HATE BUT PLEASE RATE (this activity) See all my products in my Total FUNsheet Package and buy and save! â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º â˜º It is a riddle worksheet where students
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These activities requires NO PREP, student and teacher documents included. PLEASE REMEMBER TO RATE ME! Check out the preview file It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke.
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This is a great worksheet to practice transformations to absolute value functions. In this worksheet, students are given 9 equations and asked to match each to a corresponding graph. They learn about vertical and horizontal shifts as well as
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In this worksheet, students must match each function's graph to the graph of its inverse. In the process, they solve the riddle - what do you call a sleeping bull? Functions included are square root functions, quadratics, exponentials, logs and
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These activities require NO PREP. Student and teacher documents included. It is a riddle worksheet in which students use an answer bank to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke. They like this activity because it makes the math meaningful and FUN.
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This activity requires NO PREP, student and teacher documents included. DON'T HATE BUT PLEASE RATE (this activity) It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke. Kids like this
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This activity requires NO PREP, student and teacher documents included. DON'T HATE BUT PLEASE RATE (this activity) It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke. Kids like this
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These activities requires NO PREP, student and teacher documents included. It is a riddle worksheet where students have an answer bank and they use that to solve a (slightly cheesy) joke. Kids like this activities because they make the math
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught all levels of math, from 8th grade Algebra 1 through AP Calculus. I love teaching and I love making math more fun for my students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like project based learning and problem solving in general. I am sarcastic, I don't give out answers, and I don't usually tell my students if they are right or wrong, I like them to figure that part out for themselves.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Math for America - Master Teaching Fellow - Berkeley Chapter.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS - University of Massachusetts - 2002 (Resource Economics, minor - Math)
MS - University of Oregon - 2006 (Economics)

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