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Snow Goggles And Limiting Sunlight
Students build snow goggles similar to those used by the Inuit people. They create their version of the goggles to improve upon existing designs. Pupils compare the process used to invent snow goggles with that employed by the MESSENGER mission designers. Students discover that the basic principles of using the scientific method for solving problems are the same, regardless of whether the exact solution to the problem is the same.
Read a narrative describing various types of trade restrictions, and then engage in a debate about a new tariff. Critical thinkers will evaluate arguments to determine who benefits and who is hurt by the new tariff. Consider assigning each learner a side to argue for.
Seventh graders research about the important contributions of two scientists they chose from the list. In this science lesson, 7th graders develop a creative presentation such as skits or news program about their research. They present their project in class.
Limiting Reagent Worksheet
For this limiting reagent worksheet, learners complete 5 short answer questions based on copper chloride reactions. They balance an equation, calculate the amount of product and determine the limiting reagent.
Limits and the Indeterminate Forms
In this limits activity, students use L'Hospital's Rule to solve two short answer problems. They solve fourteen short answer limits problems.
Sudoku Puzzle with Limits
In this limit problems worksheet, students solve 28 limits problems. Kids find the limits of various functions as x approaches a certain number. Students solve a sudoku puzzle with their answers.
Worksheet 10 - Limits
In this limits worksheets, students graph tangent lines and determine the slope of a secant line. This one-page worksheet contains six multi-step problems.
Worksheet 4: Graphs and One-Sided Limits
In this math worksheet, students answer 6 questions regarding functions, graphs, one-sided limits, intercepts, vehicle speed and wheel rotation.
Limits and Infinity
In this calculus lesson, students graph functions, identify limits and use the derivative to solve equations with limits. There are 5 questions about limits as x approaches infinity.
Review of Limits
Twelfth graders review limits and continuity. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders review the applications and use of limits and continuity for a test. This assignment contains links that are helpful for the review.
Limits of Composition Functions
In this limits worksheet, students find the limits of 9 composition functions. Students evaluate limits for each function at a specific value or as it approaches any value.
Limited and Unlimited Governments
Students distinguish limited from unlimited government and provide examples of each type. They analyze the structure of a current government to determine whether it is a limited or unlimited government and provide support for their decision.
Delta-Epsilon Definition of a Limit
Twelfth graders define limits and use the delta epsilon definition to solve limits. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders investigate the x and y axis using delta epsilon limits. They learn a song to help them remember the definition.
In this limiting reactants worksheet, students answer questions about basic everyday items such as sandwiches and cars to demonstrate the components used to make these items limit how many products can be made.
Limits and Trigonometric Equations.
In this calculus worksheet, students solve functions dealing with limits and the 6 trigonometric values. They find the slope and tangent lines. There are 28 questions.
Easy Worksheet: Limits 2
In this limits worksheet, students solve 4 short answer problems. Students identify the limit of a function for a specified value given a graph, equation, or piecewise function.
Constraints vs. Creativity
Sixth graders experience building a product or solving a problem with a single constraint that limits the choices they have in finding that solution. Student teams complete three different projects, each with a different constraint to challenge their creativity and improvisation.
How Many Bears Can live In This Forest?
Students explore Bears and what they do to prepare for winter. They also examine the bears need for food and the factors that limit their food supply.
The Calcumites Are Coming
Students explore population growth. In this algebra lesson, students model population growth and compare ideal population growth with a population whose growth is limited. Students use technology (TI-73) to determine an exponential and logistic regression equation.
New! Access Ramp
Just about every public building that your students are familiar with has an access ramp which complies with ADA requirements. As it turns out, designing such a ramp is an excellent activity to incorporate slope, the Pythagorean Theorem, trigonometry ratios, angles of elevation, and geometry. After all the calculations are complete, learners write recommendation letters to outline the specific advantages and disadvantages to specific designs.