The "U's" Have IT!
Students explore the maximum and minimum values of parabola. For this exponential equations lesson, students use graphing calculators or TI Interactive Software to calculate values of parabola and graph x-intercepts of parabola.
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Similar Right Triangles and Trig Ratios
Is it possible to be the same yet different? Absolutely! The activity asks learners to explore the relationships between side ratios of triangles they have drawn. Because individuals all draw a triangle with the same angle measures, they...
9th - 11th Math CCSS: Designed
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There are places in the US where a road cannot be found for miles! The lesson asks learners to use random longitude and latitude coordinates within the US to collect data. They then determine the sample proportion and confidence interval...
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Use context to explain the importance of the key features of a graph. When context is introduced, the domain and range have meaning, which enhances understanding. Pupils use application questions to explore the key features of the graph...
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