Set Notation Teacher Resources
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In this math worksheet, students are given a Venn diagram that has three circles. Circles A and B intersect, circle C is completely encased in B. They tell the numbers that are in the union of two specified sets, and the numbers that are in the intersection of the sets. A tutorial is included that illustrates and defines each of the symbols used on the worksheet.
Help your learners grasp inequalities with this video. A lecturer leads viewers through solving an inequality by multiplying by a negative number, citing the multiplication property of inequality and finishing with set notation. This is a clear video, useful for pupils and teachers alike.
Examine the multiplication property of inequality with this video. An instructor goes through a problem, detailing how to solve an inequality when you need to multiply negative fractions. She defines reciprocal and puts the final response in set notation. Reach your struggling learners with this video and provide this for them when they are working in class or at home.
Print and use this useful unit on basic algebraic functions, domain, range, and graphing. Tasks include, illustrating simple functions with a graph, and identifying the domain and range of the function. This twelve-page packet contains approximately 20 problems, thorough explanations, examples, and suggested learning activities.
Ninth graders listen as the teacher identifies and defines four math properties. They use manipulatives (small and large rocks) to experience non-traditional number systems. They use the rocks and pebbles to demonstrate the properties. This lesson contains a mini lesson for use with students to help them understand the meanings of "justify" and "counter-example."
Ninth graders review and apply the commutative, associative, identity, and inverse properties to a variety of sets of numbers. In this number system properties lesson, 9th graders apply the closure property and demonstrate their comprehension of the property by selecting an ancient number system or by designing an original number system, and justifying which property hold for the system and why other properties do not.
In this logic worksheet, students read logic puzzles. They use tables and Venn diagrams to organize data and determine the answer to the question. This ten-page worksheet contains 16 problems. Answers are provided on the last half of the worksheets.
Middle schoolers name and classify polygons. They determine the attributes of the selected polygons while learning the proper names for the shapes.
In this math worksheet, students explore properties of the number line, both standard and imaginary. This thorough worksheet has many problems for the students to solve, and includes an answer sheet.
In this probability worksheet, students explore theoretical probability, empirical probability, tree diagrams, and conditional probability. This twenty-four page worksheet contains approximately 80 problems. Answers, explanations, and examples are provided throughout the worksheet.
In this absolute value inequalities worksheet, students solve 12 multiple choice problems. Students solve two variable inequalities and graph them. Students solve absolute value inequalities and express their solution in set notation.
In this solving inequalities worksheet, learners solve 5 multiple choice problems. Students solve inequalities by isolating the variable and express their answer in set notation.
In this compound inequalities activity, students solve 5 multiple choice problems. Students graph compound inequalities on a number line. Students write the solution to a compound inequality in set notation.
In this absolute value equations and inequalities activity, students solve 5 multiple choice problems. Students solve absolute value equations and inequalities. Students express their answers graphically or in set notation.
High schoolers investigate the concepts related to the study of logic. They solve logic puzzles in order to stimulate thinking and engage different types of learners. The lesson includes helpful dialogue to use with students during various phases of the activity.
In this calculus lesson, students review counting using the principles of Enumeration. They use random selections to count and convert word problems and count. There are 21 problems with an answer key.
In this Algebra II activity, 11th graders identify the domain and range of a relation and determine if the given relation is a function. The three page activity contains explanation and eighteen practice problems. Answers are not included.
In this nullspace worksheet, students find the nullspace of matrices, write a rectangular matrix upper-triangular form, and convert augmented matrix to echelon form. This six-page worksheet contains approximately 8 problems.
In this domain worksheet, students determine the domain of analyticity for given functions. This one-page worksheet contains five multi-step equations.
In this algebra activity, students solve absolute value equations and place answers in set notation. There are 5 multiple choice questions.