Conic Sections and Nonlinear Systems of Equations
In this conic sections and nonlinear equations worksheet, students solve 25 multiple choice problems. The worksheet is a review of the conic sections and nonlinear systems chapter of an intermediate algebra course, so the topics vary widely.
8th - Higher Ed Math 5 Views 12 Downloads
Saxon Math: Algebra 2 (Section 10)
In this 10th of 12 Saxon math sections, the curriculum definitely has an end-of-course feel to it. Conic sections, polar graphing, rational equations, and exponential inequalities all work to stretch the young algebrist and prepare them...
9th - 12th Math CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Linear and Non-Linear Functions
An equation is a line—or maybe not. The lesson is the fourth in a series of nine exploring the basic concepts of a function. Learners examine the meaning of linear and non-linear functions. They determine from an equation, graph, or...
8th Math CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Parent Functions Review Sheet
No laundry or cooking dinner here: these parent functions are all about math. Every graph you could think of from basic linear functions to the hyperbolic arccotangent function are included. With 40 parent functions, the worksheet can be...
9th - Higher Ed Math CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Linear Relationships
There's just something special about lines in algebra. Introduce your classes to linear equations by analyzing the linear relationship. Young mathematicians use input/output pairs to determine the slope and the slope-intercept formula to...
8th - 11th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Linear and Exponential Change: Comparing Growth Rates
This thirteen-page PowerPoint presentation guides geometry learners in interpreting linear functions, linear data and their trend lines, the consequences of their constant rate of change, and growth rate. Real-life models including...
8th - 10th Math CCSS: Adaptable
How Can You Tell if a Function is Linear or Nonlinear From a Table?
Is it possible to tell if a table of values represents a linear function or a nonlinear function? One way is to graph the ordered pairs to see if it makes a straight line. But, take a look at the rate of change in the table. If the rate...
6 mins 6th - 9th Math