Differentiation Teacher Resources

Find Differentiation educational ideas and activities

Showing 81 - 100 of 118 resources
In this calculus worksheet, young scholars solve differentiable functions, determine the inverse of a function and identify the derivative. This one-page worksheet contains seven multi-step problems.
In this capacitance worksheet, students solve 19 problems about capacitance, voltage, electric charge and Ohm's Law. They use calculus to solve some of the problems and they are given equations used to solve different capacitance problems.
In this optimization worksheet, students solve 20 short answer word problems. Students read, sketch, define variables, write equations, differentiate their equations, and find the maximum or minimum of each word problem.
In this math worksheet, students practice solving the problems that focus upon the concept of partial derivatives. The problems are in the form of a quiz.
For this Calculus worksheet, 12th graders are provided with practice problems for their exam.  Topics covered include limits, derivatives, area bounded by a curve, minimization of cost, and the volume of a solid of revolution.  The four page document contains seventeen multiple choice questions.  Answers are not included. 
Twelfth graders investigate derivatives.  In this calculus lesson, 12th graders use technology to explore the basic derivatives and how to choose the proper formula to use them.  The lesson requires the use of the TI-89 or Voyage and the appropriate application.
Students construct the graph of derivatives using a tangent line.  In this construction of a graph of a derivative lesson, students use their Ti-Nspire to drag a tangent line along a graph.  Students graph the slope of the tangent line.  Students discuss the similarities and differences between the original graph and its derivative.
High schoolers practice the concept of graphing associated to a function with its derivative. They define the concepts of increasing and decreasing function behavior and explore graphical and symbolic designs to show why the derivative can be used as an indicator for the behavior.
Students explore the concept of piecewise functions.  In this piecewise functions instructional activity, students find the derivatives of piecewise functions.  Students determine points of discontinuity and jumps in the graph using their Ti-89 calculator.
In this calculus worksheet, students solve for the limit using special functions such as e and trig. They discuss the special rules differentiating these functions when it comes to taking the limit as x approaches zero.
In this calculus worksheet, students identify important rules and properties of the unit circle. They differentiate between polar and complex coordinates. There are 20 questions about the unit circle.
In this electrical worksheet, students draw a schematic design circuit board to grasp the understanding amplification in linear circuitry before answering a series of 35 open-ended questions pertaining to a variety of linear circuitry. This worksheet is printable and there are on-line answers to the questions. An understanding of calculus is needed to complete these questions.
In this time constant circuits worksheet, learners answer 23 questions about the design of circuits that need time delays, about capacitors and inductors, and about resistors and the design of circuits.
In this inductance worksheet, students answer 20 questions about magnetic fields as they relate to inductors, inertia, transistors, and the flow of current through circuits.
In this mathematics worksheet, students solve 13 questions on series, factorial, phase mathematics and calculus. They define what phasor means.
Students use online resources, including animations,to define the slope of a curve and how to calculate the slope. They solve 8 problems online, using the definition of the derivative of a function at a point to calculate slope of the curve.
Students examine planetary movement and its relation to the tide.In this gravity lesson students describe how and why the high and low tides change every day.
In this radiation and temperature activity, students use 2 methods to derive the Wein Displacement law that shows the relationship between the temperature of a body to the frequency where the Planck curve's value is at its maximum. Students are given data of the temperatures and wavelengths for 12 different bodies and they find a formula that fits the data.
In this electrical worksheet, learners interpret schematics to answer a series of 31 questions about mixed frequency signals. This worksheet is printable and the answers are available on-line.
Third graders explore the structural composition of buildings and houses. In this math lesson, 3rd graders explain how architecture is related to mathematics. They create a blueprint of a structure with at least three different spaces.