Logarithmic Equations and Inequalities Study Guide

Ever wonder how you could get your son or daughter to be more interested in math? Math is hard work, but with some fun maths games, you can capture their

Classifying Conics Interactive Notebook Page

Classifying Conics Interactive Notebook Page (Mrs. E Teaches Math)

Drawing Polynomial Graphs

For this activity students could be given an example polynomial and have to fill out the table and determine the end behaviour before attempting to sketch the graph. Then an online tool could be used to find the actual graph to compare to their own.

School of Fisher: Exponential & Logarithmic Form

A big thanks to Amy over at Square Root of Negative One Teach Math for helping me come up with an easy way for students to remember logarit.

What is a Radian? Twizzler Activity for Pre-Cal/Trig

Use Twizzlers Twist & Peel Licorice for Edible Knot Tying - girls camp, scouts & cub scouts

Today I made a cheat sheet to give to our students tomorrow as we get ready for a polynomials quiz on Thursday and mid-year review next week. Really, the sheet is as much for me as it is for them:) It's a half-sheet so I papercut the sheet in half and hole punch for the kids to put in their binders. You can download it from the "Freebies!" section of the sidebar if your kids need a reminder too!

Synthetic Division in Algebra 2

Today I made a cheat sheet to give to our students tomorrow as we get ready for learning Synthetic Division in Algebra

The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Conic Guided Notes

The Secondary Classroom can be fun too. all sorts of fun conic sections guided notes!

An explanation (on the student's level) of why we use radians, instead of degrees, in trigonometry and beyond.

An Open Letter to Students Wondering, “Why Do We Use Radians Instead of Degrees?” Dear Student, Let me start with a question of my own. Did you know that you speak Babylonian?

The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Triangle Interactive Notes - Law of Sines/Cosines/Heron's

The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.: Triangle Interactive Notes - Law of Sines/Cosines/Heron's

Composition of Functions "game"... Scroll down to the bottom. Cards with three functions on them. Teacher calls out f + g + h(x) or f(g(h(x))) or whatever.

Composition of Functions "game". Scroll down to the bottom. Cards with three functions on them. Teacher calls out f + g + h(x) or f(g(h(x)))

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