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Crash Course: Physics

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Dr. Shini Somara narrates a 46-video Crash Course Physics course based on the 2016 AP Physics I and II curriculum. Topics covered include linear, circular, rotational, simple harmonic, 2D motion, derivatives, integrals, vectors, Newton’s...
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Differentiability and Horizontal and Vertical Tangent Lines

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Use slope to find the location of horizontal and vertical tangent lines. Using the derivative of a radical function, the presenter finds the points where the derivative is zero or undefined on a given interval. The 26th in a series of 31...
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Rotational Motion: Crash Course Physics #11

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Don't let rotational motion make your head spin—use a video lesson to highlight the important ideas related to this concept! The 11th lesson in a physics series breaks down the motion in a rotating object. The narrator includes a...
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Translation of Vectors and Slope: Rearranging a Classroom

For Students 11th - Higher Ed Standards
Find out if vectors are equal in the classroom. Pupils use the interactive to create vectors showing the movements boys perform in rearranging classroom furniture. The scholars determine which boy moved furniture the farthest, or if they...
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Unit Vectors and Components: Bow and Arrow

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Aim for a better understanding of vector components. Scholars adjust the angle of release on a bow and determine the horizontal and vertical components of the velocity vector. The pupils finish by determining how the angle affects...
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Science of NFL Football: Projectile Motion and Parabolas

For Students 5th - 12th
Punt, pass, or kick your way to learning physics! An engaging lesson breaks down the mechanics of punting a football through an analysis of vectors. The ninth lesson of a video series explains the horizontal and vertical velocity...
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Vertical Translations: Vertical Shift of Sinusoidal Functions

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Create a shift in TV viewing habits. The interactive presents a cosine model of an individual's TV viewing habits during a year. Class members move the model to reflect given conditions. Finally, they determine key features from the...
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Horizontal Translations or Phase Shifts: Cosine

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
If cosine is shifted, how is its equation affected? Learners manipulate the graph of cosine by moving the y-intercept to different locations on the coordinate plane. Pupils determine the new equation that models the shifts.
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Horizontal Translations or Phase Shifts: Horizontal Translations

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Find out what causes a function to slide. Pupils move a function along the x-axis and see the resulting change in its equation. Scholars determine the effects that the translation has on the intercepts, domain, and range of the function.
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Horizontal Translations or Phase Shifts: Sine

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Shift a trigonometric function and find its new equation. Pupils translate a sine function on a graph. The scholars determine the equation of the function that represents the translated graph and observe the connection between a...
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Horizontal Translations or Phase Shifts: Horizontal and Vertical Translations

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
It is all about the shift. Pupils translate the graph of a cubic function to different marked locations on the plane and determine the new equation that represents the shifts. The activity is designed to encourage individuals begin to...
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Horizontal Translations or Phase Shifts: Tangent

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
Patterns can be shifty! Find the pattern when shifting the graph of tangent. Pupils move the graph of tangent to different locations on the coordinate plane. They observe what happens to the function and its vertical asymptotes before...
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Changes in Period and Amplitude of the Sine Function

For Students 10th - 12th Standards
How does a change in amplitude or period affect the equation of a sine function? Scholars move sliders to change the frequency and period of the sine function. The interactive displays the resulting equation, and pupils determine the...
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Math & Science Connection

For Teachers Pre-K - 3rd Standards
Whether you're using a collection of Dr. Seuss books to teach basic math skills like counting, adding, and subtracting, or exploring the different states of matter by melting a crayon with a hairdryer, a series of 11 fun activities...
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What is the Y-Axis?

For Teachers 3rd - 7th
Just a simple straightforward definition and example of what constitutes the y-axis.
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What is the X-Axis?

For Teachers 3rd - 7th
Just a simple straightforward definition and example of what constitutes the x-axis.
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What Are Horizontal Lines?

For Teachers 6th - 8th
When looking at the coordinate pairs for an horizontal line, all the y-values will be equal. Yes, the same, no matter what the x-value is. And the line will never cross the x-axis. Check out this tutorial video to see what that actually...
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What is a Translation?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
A translation means moving a figure to another location by sliding it. The figure, called the image, maintains its size and shape. You can move the image horizontally, vertically, or a combination of both.
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Rational Functions

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Through a mini assessment, students identify and list the vertical and horizontal asymptotes for the given rational functions and determine the type of asymptote of a given rational function. They also decide which form of a function...
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Mathematics: Growing Patterns

For Teachers 5th - 6th Standards
Learners graph growing patterns using ordered pairs on a coordinate grid. They read The Fly on the Ceiling, a Math Myth.
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Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

For Students 9th - 11th Standards
Young geometers get some solid skills practice in evaluating slopes. Beginning with the basics of slope through two points and progressing through properties of parallel and perpendicular lines, the building of skills is gradual and...
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How Do You Use a Graph to Translate a Figure Horizontally?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
Transformations. Learn a little bit of geometry. See how to translate a geometric figure on a coordinate plane horizontally by sliding it over. Simply pick a point on the figure and count the units you want to move it. Then repeat that...
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How Do You Use Coordinates to Translate a Figure Horizontally?

For Teachers 6th - 9th
There are many ways to transform a figure on a coordinate plane. This problem requires the movement to be four units horizontally to the right. Using the original coordinate pairs, a positive 4 can be added to each x-value to get the new...
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What is a Translation?

For Teachers 6th - 10th
A translation means moving a figure to another location by sliding it. The figure, called the image, maintains its size and shape. You can move the image horizontally, vertically, or a combination of both.