# Jane Gillette

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These two worksheets practice graphing angles in standard form, finding a positive and negative coterminal angle, and finding reference angles, in both degrees and radians.
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Graphs include amplitude, period, horizontal, and vertical shifts.
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Recognize properties of functions from equations and graphs, including: even, odd, and symmetric to y-axis or origin.
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This worksheet has a series of situations where you answer a question and then decide if you used inductive or deductive reasoning.
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This worksheet practices using the Pythagorean theorem to solve triangles.
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This worksheet gives practice identifying functions from lists of numbers, mappings, graphs, and verbal descriptions.
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Evaluate functions (forwards and backwards) using graphs, equations, and charts. It includes a quadratic equation.
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Part I: Given a table of values for f and g, find inverse values, f(g(5)), f(7)+ 2g(5), etc. Part II: Use composition to prove the two functions are inverses. Part III: Find the inverse function (restrict if necessary). This includes linear,
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This worksheet practices drawing an angle in standard form, giving the quadrant it lands in, and the reference angle. It has a mix of radians and degrees.
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Make truth tables with two statements (p and q) using intersections, unions, and complements. Use truth tables to see if two expressions are equivalent. There is a bonus table involving three statements.
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Evaluate functions (forwards and backwards) using graphs, equations, and charts. It includes a quadratic equation.
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This worksheet gives practice with word problems that involve angles of elevation and depression and other traditional problems that are solved with sine, cosine, tangent and their inverses.
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This worksheet gives practice with Pythagorean triples 3,4,5 and 5,12,13 and 7,24,25. Included are triangles that look like they fit the pattern but do not.
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This worksheet practices identifying sampling methods, including voluntary, convenience, simple random, cluster, and stratified. It also asks students to identify who gets left out with voluntary or convenience samples.
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A three worksheet set that includes converting between exponential and radical form, simplifying with rational exponents (some with "nice" numbers), and simplifying expressions with interesting indices.
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A two worksheet set covering: identifying independent and dependent variables, function notation and how it relates to "f is a function of x", discussing domain and range, and the meaning and units for slope and y-intercepts.
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This worksheet includes decimals with 1, 2, or 3 repeated digits, as well as decimals with a few non-repeating numbers after the decimal before the repeats start.
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This worksheet practices solving 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 triangles.
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Presents a series of situations, without numbers, then asks questions about null and alternative hypotheses and meanings of type I and II errors.
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Practice graphing angles in standard form, finding a positive and negative coterminal angle, and finding reference angles.
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\$3.00
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm a full-time math tutor for grades 8 through college calculus, including the math portion of most major standardized tests. I've been in business for myself since 1997.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Behind every worksheet I have made is a student who needed it.

The reason I like being a tutor is that I can see where a student is and take them forward from there. Teaching math is a conversation - sometimes it's explaining, sometimes it's guided discovery, sometimes it's manipulatives, and sometimes it's just a bunch of practice. Whatever it takes.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

• It's a great moment for me when I hear my students have been sharing what I taught them with OTHER students. Or that moment when I can see the spark in their eye because they just "got" something and think it's cool.

• In January of 2018 NCTM's Mathematics Teacher Magazine published an article of mine, about a graphic organizer for problem-solving. (if you have an NCTM membership, you can read it here)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a B.S. in Mathematics with minors in Art History and Biology from the Honors Program at Salem State University. I'm a member of the NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Math). By staying in touch with the math education community I am able to stay up-to-date with current issues and topics. A couple summers ago I took Jo Boaler's online course, How To Learn Math for Teachers and the effects are starting to show up in my worksheets. I believe that teachers can always be learning.

In my spare time I go birding, or draw, or read. Come friend me at JaneGilletteMathTutor on Instagram! I go for quality over quantity. There's a regular #ThursdayMathWorksheet post that includes a blog entry inspired by the featured weekly worksheet. I also post math tips, conversation prompts, and the occasional nerdy math picture with my daughter.