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#### Arch Project

Model real-life structures with mathematics. A project-based lesson presents a problem situation requiring classes to develop a function to model the St. Louis Arch and the Rainbow Bridge in Arizona. They create their models by...

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#### Building an Explicit Quadratic Function by Composition

Use equivalent expressions to reveal information about their graphs. Pupils verify that two quadratic functions are equivalent. By comparing the two expressions, they determine the vertex, the zeros, the y-intercept, and the direction it...

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#### Transformational Graphing

Find relationships between the structure of a function and its graph. An engaging lesson explores seven parent functions and their graphs. Learners match functions to their graphs and describe transformations.

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#### Parabola Project

Class members select a picture that contains a parabola and construct a drawing of it using function graphs in the quadratic project. Individuals restrict the domains of the functions to create a more accurate drawing. They then submit a...

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#### Modeling Motion: Rolling Cups

Connect the size of a rolling cup to the size of circle it makes. Pupils view videos of cups of different sizes rolling in a circle. Using the videos and additional data, they attempt to determine a relationship between cup measurements...

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#### Identifying Even and Odd Functions

Is it even ... or odd? The task provides four functions to identify as being even, odd, or neither. Pupils use algebraic methods to make their decisions with select exponential, quadratic, and cubic functions.

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#### Exploring Sinusoidal Functions

What effect does changing a parameter have on the graph of a trigonometric function? Pupils use a Desmos applet to explore the general sine graph. They experiment changing different parameters and record the resulting change of the...

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#### Building a General Quadratic Function

Rewrite a quadratic function to easily see the transformations involved. The instructional task takes a general quadratic function and rewrites it into a form that shows the translations and scaling of the parent quadratic function. The...

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#### Identifying Quadratic Functions (Vertex Form)

Pupils calculate the equation of a quadratic in vertex form from a specific graph and determine an equation that would fit the description of a parabola. The final question determines the individuals' understanding of the signs of the...

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#### Medieval Archer

Class members determine the distance a video game character must move to shoot an arrow over a castle wall. Players determine the new equation to enter to represent the trajectory of the arrow and find all the distances the character can...

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#### Para-Ball-A

Analyze the flight of a thrown ball. Learners determine the maximum height of a thrown ball and the time it takes to hit the ground given its initial speed. They continue to review different scenarios with different maximums or different...

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#### Writing and Sketching Resource

Picture this—the class creates pictures using functions. Here, learners build functions to model specific graphic criteria. They use their knowledge of parent functions and transformations to create the perfect function.

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#### End-of-Module Assessment Task - Algebra 2 (Module 3)

The last installment of a 35-part series is an assessment task that covers the entire module. It is a summative assessment, giving information on how well pupils understand the concepts in the module.

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#### Transformations of the Graphs of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions

Transform your lesson on transformations. Scholars investigate transformations, with particular emphasis on translations and dilations of the graphs of logarithmic and exponential functions. As part of this investigation, they examine...

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#### Module 7: Modeling with Functions

The sky's the limit of what you create when combining functions! The module begins with a review of transformations of parent functions and then moves to combining different function types using addition, subtraction, and multiplication....

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#### Module 6: Trigonometric Functions

Create trigonometric functions from circles. The first lesson of the module begins by finding coordinates along a circular path created by a Ferris Wheel. As the lessons progress, pupils graph trigonometric functions and relate them to...

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#### Module 4: Rational Functions

Time to study the most sensible function — rational functions! The seven-lesson unit develops the concept of a rational function through a connection to rational numbers and fractions. Scholars graph functions, solve equations, and...

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#### Shifting Linear Equations in Function Notation

Time for a shift in thinking! Learners examine translations of linear functions. They use function notation to describe the translation and make connections to the graph.

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#### Graphing Exponential Functions

Once you know how to graph y = b^x, the sky's the limit. Young mathematicians learn to graph basic exponential functions and identify key features, and then graph functions of the form f(x) = ab^(x – h) + k from the function f(x) = b^x.

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#### Particle Motion

Derivatives are useful for many things — they can even keep track of particle motion. An informative lesson plan provides an introduction to the idea of the second derivative in particle motion. Class members determine the velocity...

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#### Building Functions

Pupils determine equations that match the graphs of transformations and the parent quadratic function. The resource requires class members to attend to precision and think abstractly.

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#### Dilations of Quadratic Graphs - Concept

Help learners recognize the characteristics of a quadratic graph and how changes affect them. An informative video uses a graphing calculator in order to find out what happens when the leading coefficient of a quadratic changes. The...

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#### Identifying Quadratic Functions

Put your high schoolers to the test and see how well they know their quadratic functions. With excellent thought-provoking questions, learners use what they know about creating quadratic equations based off different pieces of...

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#### Transforming the Graph of a Function

Function notation is like a code waiting to be cracked. Learners take the graph of an unknown equation and manipulate it based on three different transformation changes of the function equation. The final step is to look at three points...