Linear Approximation Teacher Resources
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Students read about AP calculus online. In this calculus lesson, students learn real life usage for calculus. They read about instructors and their experience teaching and incorporating calculus into the real world.
In this calculus worksheet, students answer 14 short-answer questions regarding Euler's Method, rate equations, initial conditions, and slope functions.
In this algebra activity, students solve problems using estimation and the derivative. They calculate the critical points, domain and indicated intervals. They calculate the first and second derivative. There are 5 problems.
Students explore a linear, a parabolic, and a log function. In this Algebra II/Pre-calculus lesson students investigate the graph a line, a parabola, and a log function. Students examine the three graphs as they compare and contrast the three in a problem solving context.
Twelfth graders examine the Taylor Series. In this calculus activity, 12th graders explore the representation of a function as an infinite sum of terms calculated form the values of its derivatives at a single point, hence the Taylor Series. Students use a TI-89 to explore the patterns and the command to compute the Taylor series.
Students make mathematical argument using the concept of Limit. In this algebra lesson, student calculate the instantaneous rate of change from the linear graph. They use a TI-calculator to create a visual of the graphs.
Students explore graphs of polynomials. In this Pre-calculus/Calculus activity, students investigate the problem of constructing the expression for a polynomial curve based on the dynamic properties of the curve. TI-Interactive is required to perform the algebraic manipulations.
In this sound waves activity, students review pressure and molecular motion. Students compare gauge pressure and absolute pressure. Students complete 5 problems based on this information.
In this physics 240:24 worksheet, students apply the concepts of wave, speed and sound, and oscillation to correctly answer the word problems provided. Students apply their understanding of pressure and molecular motion to calculate the speed of sound and oscillation in the given problems.
In this physics 210 worksheet, students answer the question of the predicted modes of oscillations heard based on the information provided in the word problems. Students apply their understanding of sound waves to answer the questions given.
For this algebra worksheet, students estimate the square root. They rewrite the root as an exponential function and solve. They use the correct function notation. There are 10 questions.