Students must create and graph ten different functions with transformations based on the following parent functions - linear, quadratic, absolute value. Restrictions on transformations are required. Students are then directed to color in each
Over 20 practice problems of graphing sine, cosine, and tangent. I created these worksheets with scaffolding on the different transformations. I had a hard time finding ones that used accurate scales and gave the students plenty of practice with
Over 50+ slides on how to graph sine, cosine, and tangent with the following transformations: vertical shift, phase shift, period change, and amplitude. Our focus was on graphing the max, center, and minimum lines and then seeing where the left and
Jeopardy game involving the following - evaluation of functions, transformations, piecewise functions, domain and range, symmetry, even and odd functions, increasing and decreasing intervals, inverses, and composition of functions.
Each slide has
Notes that I used over a course of four days to introduce piecewise functions to my pre-calculus students. Six problems of graphing, evaluating, and stating the domain and range of piecewise functions. Four problems of writing the piecewise function
Everything on exponential functions from graphing to contextual problems. Tons of word problems including compound interest, half-life equations, and exponential growth and decay.
Includes the following...
3 homework assignments
Quiz on the following topics:
- Finding limits graphically
- Determine if a graph is continuous at a point
- Finding limits of piece wise functions
- Finding limits using direct substitution and factoring
Students will each have a slip of paper with an I Have, Who Has statement. Any student can start. They go to the board and write the two points that they need to find the equation for. While they are solving it on the board, everyone is solving at
13 question quiz on the following topics:
- Tree Diagrams
- Fundamental Counting Principle
Students will have to read a word problem and decide which method is best and then use that method to determine the total
Bundle includes four different quizzes for the first unit of Pre-Calculus
Quiz 1 - Absolute Value and Linear Evaluation, Name Transformations
Quiz 2 - Polynomials: Evaluation, Transformations, Increasing and Decreasing
Quiz 3 - Piecewise Functions
I used this puzzle with my Pre-Calculus class. They must be able to use the product, quotient, power rules, as well as negative and rational exponents. The best way to complete puzzle is to laminate and cut out pieces. I put all of the pieces in a
Worksheet contains over 25 problems including: simplify radicals into imaginary numbers, powers of i, add, subtract, multiply, and divide complex numbers. Inclding one example problem for each category.
Students will create a stained glass window using linear equations. Students must include parallel, perpendicular, vertical, and horizontal lines. They also have requirements on x and y-intercepts. Rubric and directions included.
Over 120 slides and 3 weeks of presentations on the following topics.
- Conversions with Radians, Degrees, and Revolutions
- Sketching Angles
- Co-Terminal Angles
- Reference Angles
- Right Triangle Trig
- Finding Trig Values Given A Point
For my Pre-Calculus class, I give a weekly homework assignment that covers all material for the week. In this PDF there are 3 of my weekly homework packets plus a quiz.
The topics included the following:
- Conversions Degrees, Radians,