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#### Calculus AB/BC - Particular Solutions using Initial Conditions and Separation of Variables

New ReviewTake the next step in separating. Pupils pick up from the previous lesson to now find the particular solution of a differential equation at a given point. Scholars watch three examples of finding the particular solution and hear the...

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#### Calculus AB/BC - General Solutions Using Separation of Variables

New ReviewViewers to learn how to solve a differential equation written implicitly. Pupils find out that they must first separate the variables to take the integral of each side before solving for y to arrive at a general solution for the...

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#### Calculus AB/BC - Reasoning Using Slope Fields

New ReviewFind a solution in the field. An informative video presentation shows pupils how to use the information from a slope field to sketch the graph of a particular solution to a differential equation. Individuals learn how to determine the...

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#### Calculus AB/BC - Verifying Solutions for Differential Equations

New ReviewFind out if it is truly the solution. An informative presentation provides viewers with multiple examples of finding the particular solution to a differential equation. Learners find out how to verify the solution by differentiating the...

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#### Using Dissolving to Identify Substances

It's time to test observation and dissolving skills! After investigating the process of dissolving in previous lessons, pupils see if they can use their dissolving skills to identify substances. They dissolve known and unknown substances...

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#### Graphing Systems of Equations

Systems are meant to be solved. An educational video teaches scholars how to graph systems of linear equations to determine whether they have one solution, no solution, or many solutions. They also see how to graph systems of equations...

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#### True False Equations

Determine what makes the equation true. Learners view an instruction video on determining what values make an algebraic equation true. The pupils describe the solution set using three different methods: verbally, set notation, and...

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#### Dissolving M-and-Ms

Learning ... how sweet it is! A hands-on lesson uses colored candies to demonstrate how positive and negative charges interact. Pupils use different types of liquids and watch as the color from the candies spreads—or doesn't.

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#### Conservation of Mass

It may take up less space, but the mass stays the same. Tackle a common misconception about conservation of mass using a hands-on lesson. Learners measure the mass of substances before and after melting, dissolving, and undergoing a...

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#### Dissolving and Back Again

From solid to liquid and then back again. Young scientists dissolve salt in water and then evaporate the water while observing what happens to the solute. They use their observations to make predictions about other solutions.

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#### Dissolving an M&M

Here's a sweet lesson to explore solutes and solvents. Using candies and water, learners observe properties of parts of the solution as the candies dissolve. They then modify the setup and note variations in the solution.

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#### Decision Making

Making decisions, while maybe scary, is a skill that can be learned. Introduce teens to a five-step decision-making process that makes what may seem overwhelming possible. Pupils learn the steps and practice them by playing games,...

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#### Science and Technology Start-Up Stars

Try something new and become an entrepreneur. Scholars first learn what it means to be an entrepreneur and come up with a definition. They then watch videos where the narrators come up with a solution to a problem in their lives. The set...

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#### Opportunity Knocks, But It Costs, Too!

Sixth graders practice six steps to effective problem solving. Working with the school counselor, class members are presented with a scenario that requires them to make a decision. Individuals then write a reflection in which they...

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#### Carrying Charges

What's all the buzz about electricity? Scholars take part in a scientific activity to test the conductivity of liquids and solutions. They first see if water, salad oil, alcohol, and vinegar cause a buzzer to buzz when electrodes are...

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#### Properties of Soil: Dispersion and Flocculation

Add a little salt to your soil and see what happens. A video demonstration shows how soil with high and low sodium content interacts with water. A quick experiment demonstrates the properties of dispersion and the role sodium has in the...

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#### Solutions: Colligative Properties

What chemical properties depend on the concentration of a solution? Learners examine colligative properties before taking a look at freezing point depression and boiling point elevation and how it applies to real-world scenarios. They...

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#### Dance and Text

Use texts and dances to teach inequalities and equations. A sixth-grade unit covers using variables in equations and inequalities to solve problems. Learners show what they know at the end of the unit using two performance tasks, one...

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#### By All Indications

How do people determine if something is acidic or basic? Learners make their own acid-base indicators using red cabbage and then determine the acidity and alkalinity of different substances. First, they test substances of known pH and...

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#### Christa's Lost Lesson: Liquids in Microgravity

How do liquids behave in space? Learners explore how liquids interact with each other by completing an experiment as part of the Christa's Lost Lessons playlist. They compare their results with the findings of an experiment completed in...

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#### Utah Open Textbook: Chemistry

Technology can help save money and add convenience. The resource offers a free textbook for a complete Chemistry course. The text begins with a review of the scientific method and continues to explain topics such as chemical bonding,...

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#### Sine Solution

How many times can eager mathematicians catch the waves? Pupils find the solutions of three different trigonometric equations. They then determine the effect of the slope of a line that intersects a trigonometric function and the number...

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#### Same Solution Equations

Group equations by their solutions. Given six different equations, pupils determine which have the same solutions. Scholars explain why some are the same and some are different.

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#### The Domain of Solutions to Differential Equations

It'd be a shame to get a question wrong just by not accounting for the domain. An article on AP® Calculus looks at the importance of considering the domain of solutions to differential equations by looking at examples from past AP®...