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In this college level Calculus worksheet, students use the ratio test to determine if a series converges or diverges. The one page worksheet contains six problems. Solutions are not provided.
Learners investigate sequences and series numerically, graphically, and symbolically. For this sequences and series lesson, students use their Ti-89 to determine if a series is convergent. Learners find the terms in a sequence and series and graph them. Students use summation notation to determine the sum of a sequence.
Students find patterns in a sequence. In this sequences and series lesson, students use their calculator to find the sequence of partial sums. They graph functions and explore convergent series. Students approximate alternating series.
For this college level calculus worksheet, students use the ratio test to determine if a seriesconverges or diverges. The two page worksheet contains six practice problems. Answers are not included.
In this Calculus worksheet, students assess their understanding of various topics, including the derivatives of trigonometric functions, evaluating integrals, sigma notation, and convergent and divergent series. The one page interactive worksheet contains fifty-two problems. Answers are not provided.
In this electrical activity, students draw a schematic design and build a circuit board to grasp the understanding of power conversion circuits before answering a series of 30 open-ended questions including analyzing schematics. This activity is printable and there are on-line answers to the questions.
In this electrical learning exercise, 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 learning exercise is printable and there are on-line answers to the questions. An understanding of calculus is needed to complete these questions.
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.
Learners analyze geometric series in detail. They determine convergence and sum of geometric series, identify a series that satisfies the alternating series test and utilize a graphing handheld to approximate the sum of a series.
In this electronics instructional activity, students complete 25 short answer questions on thyristors. They identify the different types of thyristors and how they function in the circuit.
Instructions for series of six activites, a reading of scientific literature, and a choice of six assessments await you in this physics resource. Well-written plans guide you in guiding your pupils to experiment with levers, pulleys, rolling marbles, springs, and more. They will learn that energy is conserved, transferred into other forms, and how to put it to use in practical terms. Mathematical equations are employed in each activity, making these lessons most appropriate for high school physics.
Learners study the architectural designs of different popular sites. For this math lesson, students draw a grid diagram. They explain what geodesic algorithms are used for.
Do you know how the population has grown of your community? Can you predict the population over the next half century? Can we find an algebraic model that matches our data? These along with many more questions can be researched by students through the use of internet resources. This lesson contains a good introductory and culminating activity on exponential growth, and some links to useful websites that may have to be modified for your location.
Students study a variety of math concepts in the context of cooking up a meal. For this math lesson, students calculate surface area and volume. They draw and interpret different types of graphs.
Seventh graders research the six European "postage stamp" (small) countries and research interesting facts about them. In groups, they are assigned to one of the six countries of Andorra, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, San Marino, or Vatican City. On poster board, 7th graders create a postage stamp for their country.