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The 14 lessons in the AP Calculus AB Unit 6: Integration and Accumulation of Change use informative videos to introduce the topic of each lesson and model procedures. Each resource packet includes a video, worksheets, practice solutions,...
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The Exploring Space Through Math series offers six geometry lessons that use NASA resources to teach learners how to use the mathematics of deductive and spatial reasoning. They use geometry to compare the dimensions of the NBL pool, the...
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Nineteen resources make up the Balanced Assessment: Advanced High School Math Packet designed to test learners' knowledge in Algebra II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus classes. To demonstrate their understanding of concepts related to these...
An excellent presentation shows youngsters how to properly use a calculator, and how to use it to solve word problems. Learners are given tips on how to use the four basic operation buttons, then they try their hand at solving word...
Here's a video that presents several numerical expressions to be evaluated using a calculator.Viewers come to realize that sometimes it is not just a matter of punching in the numbers, but they also need to be concerned about how the...
Calculators ... they are more efficient than tables. Using two 30-60 right triangles, the segment of a playlist on geometry shows that trigonometric ratios for an angle are the same independent of the size of the triangle. The video...
Branch out with a tree diagram. A presentation on complex probability explains the process of creating a tree diagram to represent the possible outcomes in a scenario. It then uses the diagram to calculate the probabilities of each of...
Explore the effect sample size has on margin of error and confidence interval. The instructor calculates the margin of error of fictional data. He shows how the calculation changes when the sample size changes while keeping the other...
Observe and demonstrate how to calculate state sales taxes. Learners create a sales tax chart by calculating the sales tax amount and tax inclusive retail price for school store items, then calculate the subtotals, sales tax amounts, and...
Kids love calcultor tricks. Youngsters like to form words that appear when you turn the calculator upside down. This trick is a bit more heady, in that it describes a unique phenomenon that holds true with virtually any four-digit...
In this algebra worksheet, 11th graders troubleshoot the TI-83/84 graphing calculator. They review the proper process to use when entering equations and fractions into the calculator. There are 4 example problems worked out.
A series of word problems relate to money and real world applications. Learners are encouraged to use calculators to solve each of the problems, however they can be solved with out the use of a technological device. Note: All money is in...
Know thy calculator. Young mathematicians use their calculators to answer a set of questions. They consider how the number of digits the calculator displays affects the answers to calculations. They then find examples of computations...
Work smarter, not harder! Learn a function of the calculator that assists with creating a table of values. The calculator does the work of substituting values and finding the input-output pairs.
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Do bigger sails mean that the sailboat goes faster? Middle and high schoolers compare sailboats, and learn that simply calculating sail area is not enough. A slideshow presentation demonstrates how to calculate the Sail Area to...
So, exactly, what does it look like? The easily usable graphing calculator allows pupils to visualize the graph of equations and inequalities. The interactive supports any algebraic graph needed for high school mathematics and then some.
In this math learning exercise, students use graphing calculators to complete a total of three problems with rounding decimal numbers. Diagrams are included in student instructions.
Kids love calculator tricks. They can add, multiply, and divide using their basic calculator to build number sense and have fun at the same time. One trick and a full rational as to how it works makes a great morning warm up.
Try out the 421 Loop calculator trick. Your class will be amazed as they divide any even number by two and any odd number by three. As they repeat the process the answers results in a 421 loop. Super fun, super easy, and a great way to...
Council for Economic Education
How much is owed? A calculated resource introduces the simple interest formula with a video that describes how to use it. Classmates then show what they know by answering questions within a simple interest worksheet.
Calculators sure come in handy. An AP® Statistics instructional resource provides suggestions for using calculator simulations. It gives activities for adding variances, normal probability plots, and t distributions.
A wonderful resource just waiting to be used. Provide learners with a complete explanation on how to calculate the area of a rectangle. After this process is covered, they will see how they can use rectangles to calculate the area of...
When you visit a restaurant, you often have to calculate how much tip to leave for the waitress. This important skill is covered in this presentation. The instructor walks viewers through an explanation of the process to calculate a 15%...
Excite the class with a mathematical trick, a calculator, and a good number sense. They use the directions provided on each slide to make a list of numbers, use their calculator to divide, and find the golden mean. A little history on...
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