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Students fold paper to form a house, then use three numbers to make fact families for their houses. They write a family of multiplication and division facts on a piece of paper cut in the shape of a house.
High schoolers explore Phillips Curve Data over inflation and unemployment from the 1960's. In this economic data lesson, students review provided data to create their own Phillips Curve and complete provided worksheets to show understanding of the Phillips Curve and how it works.
Public health trainees read and write a summary of the article, "A Whiff of Danger". The article is not available through the link, but can be found on the National Center for Biotechnology Information website. After summarizing, learners consult a chart of musk chemicals and answer questions about molecular weight, chemical structure,  and more. The complexity of the material makes it most appropriate for high school or college chemistry courses.
Students work with fraction strips to compare and order fractions. They develop skills in problem solving and reasoning as they make connections between various fractions.
Students examine both the Phillips Curve and the Wave Curve theories of economics. They read case studies which have implications for labor economics as well as macroeconomics.
High schoolers discuss an inverse variation, using the example of people balancing on a seesaw. They discuss the property of levers, observe examples, and complete a Balancing Act of the Fulcrum worksheet.
Students examine and discuss typical linear equations, and the difference between a linear and nonlinear equation. They observe examples of linear equations and complete a worksheet.
Students subtract integers using counters. In this algebra lesson, students solve linear equations using an online tool. They use subtraction to isolate the variable.
It's great to apply algebra to real-world situations. Discuss examples of how a system of equations is used in everyday scenarios. Your math analysts will graph the system of equations, view examples, and complete a worksheet. Two web links, examples, worksheet, and answer key are all included.
Students experiment with a mirror and laser pointer, so that a reflected light image hit a designated target. They develop several rational functions and explore the relationship between the graph, the equation, and problem context.
Twelfth graders examine civil liberties. In this U.S. government lesson, 12th graders analyze presidential speeches throughout history that address the balance between liberty and security. Students use their findings to write essays about the cause and effect relationship between liberty and security.
Fourth graders using the idea of "how many more squirts" fill a container to develop multiplicative thinking. They also investigate the idea of conservation of volume when working with oddly shaped containers. They attempt to use proportional thinking to determine relationships between containers.
Students explore the concepts of square roots and exponential expressions. In this square root and exponential expression lesson plan, students complete an investigation called Building A Square Patio. Students use color tiles to develop the inverse relationship between squares and square roots. Students roll a dice to aid in developing exponential expressions.
Students are introduced to mixed expressions and complex fractions. They work through several problems with the instructor and then complete a worksheet.
Learners are introduced to parallel and perpendicular lines. They work through several problems as a class and then complete a worksheet.
Students will add and subtract numbers less than 100 as well as understand and use the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. They compose/decompose numbers up to 10 and understand a variety of situations in which subtraction may apply.
Young scholars learn the relationships between the different properties of a gas and use previous knowledge and make predictions. They predit and explain certain phenomena of gases using their chemical knowledge.
In this inverse variation worksheet, students use their graphing calculators to answer equations using inverse variations. They create a table for an inverse equation and then graph the information. This five-page worksheet contains 3 multi-step equations. Explanations, examples and calculator keystrokes are provided.
In this inverse variation worksheet, high schoolers solve 5 multiple choice problems. Students find the constant of variation given an inverse relationship. High schoolers find an unknown variable given an inverse relationship.
Students graph functions and their inverse.  In this graphing functions and their inverse lesson, students plot a point and its' image.  Students plot the exponential and logarithm functions. Students find the slope of the function and its inverse by taking the derivative.

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