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Great Tri-fold organizer designed for your students to practice converting between degrees and radians.
PreCalculus and Trigonometry students can ease into the idea of proving identities with this Google Edition with 8 Identities. All the steps to verify the identity are there, but the order is scrambled. Students move the pieces around to complete the activity. Fun and engaging!
FREE Google Interactive Digital Activity over Parallel Lines and Transversals
#trigononmetricratios #sine #cosine These are math activities using trigonometric functions of sine and cosine.
Great Foldable Organizer for Quadratic Equations
AP Calculus AB - the formulas they MUST KNOW by ♥ in an easy to make no mess Flip Book. Strive for a 5! Your students will love these!! There are 2 easy-to-make foldable flip books in this resource file.
Interactive Notebooks: Math for grade 8 is a fun way to teach and reinforce effective note taking for students. Students become a part of the learning process w
This set of task cards is designed for students to practice converting between degrees to and radians. Included: Two sets of 20 task cards, one with QR codes and one without. . The cards are organized as follows: Cards 1-10: Converting degrees to radiansCards 11-20: Converting radians to degreesThe problems include positive and negative angles and angles greater than 360 degrees.Student recording sheet with room for students to show work.
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The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Triangle Interactive Notes - Law of Sines/Cosines/Heron's
Great way to build Math Fact Fluency ~ use sticky dots so it's changeable as skill levels increase :)
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I gave my students a few polynomial equations, a few quick check sheets and asked them to find the degree, end behavior, zeros, if there were any multiplicities, the domain, and to sketch the polynomial graph. We did some more practice with various degree polynomials, ones that we first had to factor, and ones with multiplicities greater than 2.