Intersection of Sets Teacher Resources
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Is there a difference between the union of sets and the intersection of sets? The teacher uses a Venn diagram to illustrate how to determine what makes a union and what makes an intersection of sets.
In this sets worksheet, students solve five multiple choice problems related to unions and intersections of sets. The solutions are available by clicking on the "check it" button found on the bottom of the page.
Acquaint mathematicians to the concept of probability with a discussion about the results of a game. Then have them play a dice, card, spinner, or coin game and recording the number of wins vs. the number of tries on an interactive web page. Discussion notes and graphics are provided to guide your lecture. At the bottom of the page, there are alternate suggestions and links to related lessons by the same publisher. If you have access to a computer lab, this will add variety to your curriculum.
For this online sets and Venn Diagrams worksheet, students complete five Venn Diagrams involving whole numbers and twenty five questions. Students check their answers as they go.
Music theory lessons can be very tricky for some people. Children with a basic understanding of musical concepts take on the task of transposing music and identifying scale sets. This would be a good topic to address prior to discussing circle of fifths. The instructional activity includes sheet music and two worksheets.
Students have clarified the definition of probability, have learned about outcomes in probability, and know how to calculate experimental probability
Middle and high schoolers have a clarified definition of probability, they explore about outcomes in probability and how to calculate experimental probability. They use computers to learn about probability.
In this Algebra I/Geometry/Algebra II worksheet, high schoolers 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.
In this integrated algebra worksheet, students solve problems covering topics studied during the year. Problems include topics such as slope-intercept, Venn Diagrams, finding the solution to multi-step algebra problems, writing equations parallel and perpendicular to a line, and solving word problems. This 28-page worksheet contains 39 problems.
In this integrated algebra worksheet, students solve problems involving system of equations, quadratic equations, inequalities, surface area, and radicals. This 28-page worksheet contains 39 multi-step problems.
In this Venn diagram worksheet, students determine the union and intersection of sets. This two-page worksheet cotnains 10 problems. Answers are provided on the last page.
In this congruent angles activity, high schoolers solve 5 multiple choice problems. Students find angle measures given perpendicular lines that intersect another set of perpendicular lines. High schoolers identify the type of angle formed by two perpendicular lines.
For this sets worksheet, students create new sets from the union and intersection of previous sets. This one-page worksheet contains 5 multiple-choice problems.