# Math for High School

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This PowerPoint shows students the algebraic rules behind transformations (Translations, Reflections, Stretches, and Compressions).
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This powerpoint introduces students to imaginary numbers, writing numbers in terms of i, and solving a basic quadratic involving imaginary solutions.
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Graphing & Transforming Quadratic Functions in both standard and vertex form.
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Takes students through the development of Pascal's Triangle. Then, shows examples of binomial expansion using Pascal's Triangle.
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Process of synthetic division. Synthetic Substitution and the Remainder Theorem also included.
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Uses end behavior, zeros, and the y-intercept to sketch a graph of a polynomial without a calculator. A matching worksheet is also available for students to follow along and fill in Notes.
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Uses end behavior, zeros, and the y-intercept to sketch a graph of a polynomial without a calculator. A matching PowerPoint is also available.
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Graphing Exponential Functions and determining initial value and base.
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Instructions and Examples of how to graph a quadratic inequality.
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Operations with Complex Numbers... Graphing, Absolute Value, Addition/Subtraction, and Multiply Shows addition through animation of graphing on the complex plane.
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Vocabulary... Degree of a polynomial, Lead Coefficient, Naming a polynomial by the number of terms, using a calculator to find the number of real zeros, and adding/subtracting polynomials.
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Instruction of graphing Sine and Cosine functions with only values of a and b involved. Each graph is compared to the parent Sine or Cosine graph to show changes in Amplitude and Period.
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Direct and Inverse functions characteristics along with word problems and how to solve using algebra finding the constant of variation 1st, then finding the solution.
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Algebraically solve for the inverse of a polynomial function.
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Graphs of SIne and Cosine functions with a, b, and d values involved. Shows how the parent Sine or Cosine function is transformed by the Amplitude, Period, and a Vertical Shift.
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3 questions and answers on the following categories dealing with quadratic functions...Transformations, Graphing, Factoring, Completing the Square, imaginary/complex numbers, and the quadratic formula.
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3 techniques for solving an exponential function
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Multiple problems to solve. Worksheet to be used for practice.
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This worksheet takes students through Linear, Quadratic, and Cubic functions to discover how transformations change the graph. Can be done with a graphing calculator or without.
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Use special properties to solve. Domain and Range of Log functions. Graph log functions
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