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In this Algebra I/Geometry/Algebra II worksheet, students solve problems that reflect the types of assessment items found on the Regents Examination for the state of New York. The seventy-one page document contains a combination of thirty-four multiple choice and free response test items along with samples of student work, rubrics, and subject matter alignment. Answers are not included.
Students explore careers that require math knowledge and solve real life math problems. As a class, they compare and contrast classroom math to real life math and explore the links between algebra, geometry and math skills used in school and in a career. In pairs, students complete worksheets. They play a quick response game where they list five ways a given job uses math.
Students assess how algebra, telescopes, space exploration and optics are so important in astronomy. They encounter studies on the Hubble Space Telescope, Hubble Deep Field and how algebra helps to determine the effects of contamination on Hubble's optics. Students are introduced to the development of the Next Generation Space Telescope.
Students explore properties of triangles. In the geometry lesson, students construct the centroid, circumcenter, and the orthocenter of a triangle. The dynamic nature of Geometer’s Sketchpad allows students to discover important properties regarding Euler’s line. Additionally the lesson considers a proof of the Pythagorean Theorem and investigation into Fermat’s point.
Students explore the concept of iteration, recursion, and algebra to analyze a changing fish population. In this iteration, recursion, and algebra lesson plan, students explore the effects a change in a parameter has on a graph. Students use an applet to change parameters of a fish population and see the effect on the graph.
Students discuss what good presentation looks like. In this geometry lesson, students discuss the 7 important steps required to be a good presenter. They start with their names and what they will be discussing and end with a thank you to all who helped with the creation of their work. They may work in groups.